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(adjectival ending)a (gram)
to (indicating that to which there is movement, tendency or position, with or without arrival)a (= ad) {prep} (prep)
(suffix for shorter versions of the perfect tenses: am-ab-as = esas aminta; am-ab-is = esis aminta; am-ab-os = esos aminta; am-ab-us = esus aminta)ab- (gram)
abbot; abbessabado (rel)
abbessabadino
abbotabadulo
abbeyabadeyo
abacus (math.; archit.)abako
to abandon, forsake, (totally) relinquish, (wholly) give upabandonar {tr}
fan (hand-agitated)abaniko
to lower (let down to a lower level); (fig.) debaseabasar {tr}
to fell, strike down (a tree, wall, person, etc.)abatar {tr}
abatis, abattisabatajaro
giblets (refuse parts of fowl, game, hare)abatiso
abscessabceso (patol)
abscissaabciso (geom)
to abdicate (renounce kingship or the like, in favour of a successor)abdikar {tr}
abdomenabdomino (anat)
to abduct (of muscles)abduktar {tr} (fiziol)
beeabelo (insekto)
apiaryabeleyo
beehiveabeluyo
to be subject to aberration (astr., opt.)aberacar {ntr} (fizk)
aberration (astr., opt.)aberaco
fir (tree)abieto (arb)
undersea abyssabiso (geog)
AbyssiniaAbisinia (lando)
AbyssinianAbisiniano
abyss (also fig.)abismo (geog)
mean (opposite of "noble"), despicable, contemptibleabjekta
to abjure, renounce (a doctrine, opinion, etc.) publicly and solemnlyabjurar {tr}
to ablate (surg.)ablacionar {tr} (kir)
ablation (surgical removal)ablaciono (kir)
to weanablaktar {tr}
ablative (case)ablativo (gram)
ablative absoluteablativo absoluta (gram)
papal delegateablegato (ekl)
bleak (fish)ableto (fisho)
to purify by washing (relig., med.)ablucionar {tr}
ablutionabluciono
to abnegate, deny oneself (something) (deny benefit or pleasure to oneself so as to devote oneself to someone or something else)abnegar {tr}
abnegation, self-denialabnego
to abolish (an institution or custom)abolisar {tr}
abolitionismabolisismo
abolitionistabolisismano
to abhor, detest, abominate, loatheabominar {tr}
to subscribe to (a periodical, etc.)abonar {tr} (pek)
to board (a ship, vehicle), land on (a shore, wharf); (fig.) go alongsideabordar {tr}
aboriginalaborijena
aborigineaborijeno
to miscarry, abort (miscarry; also fig.)abortar {ntr}
miscarriage, abortionaborto
abortiveabortala
to make (someone) miscarryabortigar
to bark, bay (also fig.)aboyar {ntr}
to yelpaboyetar
to abbreviate, abridge (words, book, narrative etc.)abreviar {tr}
abbreviation, abridgment (shortened version)abreviuro
apricot (fruit)abrikoto (frukto)
apricot (tree)abrikotiero (arb)
to repeal, annul, abrogate (a law or decree)abrogar {tr} (leg)
southern-wood (a shrubby species of wormwood)abrotano (pl)
precipitous, cragged, abrupt (also fig.: rough, broken)abrupta
absent (not present)absenta [de]
absenceabsenteso
to absent oneself, get out of the wayabsenteskar [de]
wormwood, absinth (plant)absinto (pl)
absinthe, absinth (drink)absinto-liquoro (drnkj)
absolute, unrestricted, unlimitedabsoluta
something unconditioned (philos.)absolutajo
absolutelyabsolute
absolutismabsolutismo
absolutistabsolutisto
to absolve, acquitabsolvar {tr} [de]
absolution (rel.), acquittal (jur.)absolvo
to absorb (physically); (fig.) engrossabsorbar {tr}
absorbentabsorbiva
cesspoolabsorbo-puteo
to refrain (by choice) from, abstain (voluntarily) fromabstenar {tr}
to cleanse (wound, ulcer), abstergeabstersar {tr} (kir)
to practise abstinence (relig., e.g. abstain from meat), fastabstinencar {ntr} [de] (rel)
abstract (separated from particular things, having no reference to material objects or specific examples)abstrakta (filoz)
to abstract (separate in thought)abstraktigar {tr}
abstruse, reconditeabstruza
absurd, preposterousabsurda
abulia, loss of willpowerabulio (patol)
to abound, be plentifulabundar {ntr} [de]
to abut (at), come out (into), end (in), touch (at an extremity); (abscess) come to a headabutar {ntr} [ad, aden, en]
abutment (archit.)abutmento (arkit)
acephalousacefala (biol)
to accelerate, hasten (increase the speed of), quickenacelerar {tr}
to accelerate (go faster)aceleresar
to light (a lamp, a fire), set alight, kindle; turn on (electricity, light, etc.); (fig.) inflame (passion)acendar {tr}
lighteracendilo
to go up, ascend, mount (stairs, mountain, horse, etc.)acensar {tr/ntr} [sur]
ascent (act of ascending)acenso
place to mount (as stair, ascent)acenseyo
lift, elevator, hoistacensilo (aparato)
right ascension (astron.)acenso rekta (astron)
Ascension Dayacenso-festo
(tonic) accent (stress of voice on a vowel or syllable)acento (fonetiko)
to stress, accent (a vowel or syllable)acentizar
to accept (something willingly, such as a proposal, apology, challenge, condition); receive (a guest)aceptar {tr}
acceptable; receivable (of guests)aceptebla
maple (tree), common maple, hedge mapleacero (arb)
acer (tree of the family Aceraceae, such as a maple or European sycamore)aceraceo (arb)
sour (harsh-tasting, as unripe fruit), acerbic (also fig.)acerba
to have access to (someone or something); have an attack (med.)acesar {tr}
access, entry; (fig.) attack (of fury, despair, etc.); attack (med.)aceso
accessible, approachableacesebla
commendation (to those just failing to win a prize), ~certificate of meritacesito
accessory (n.); hors-d'oeuvre; accoutrement, (US) accoutermentacesorajo
acetateacetato (kem)
acetic acidacetat-acido (kem)
acetyleneacetileno (kem)
acetoneacetono (kem)
(suffix giving a pejorative sense)ach- {suf}
cornflower, bluebottle (plant)aciano (pl)
acid (adj.)acida
acid (n.)acido
acidityacideso
to cause an accident toacidentar {tr}
accident (good or bad; also philos.); mishapacidento
instrument for acidimetry, acidimeteracidometro (instr)
acinusacino
share (part of the capital stock of a company)aciono (financ)
stock (shares of a company)acioni
shareholder, stockholderacioniero
goshawkacipitro (ucelo)
octroiacizo (financ)
AzoresAcori (lando)
(suffix added to a verbal root to denote repetition or continuation of the act)ad- {suf}
toad (= a) {prep} (prep)
forward, forwards (with movement)adavane
to the rightaddextre
backwardsaddope
intoaden
to flow, run (to, into, as a river to the sea); rush (as blood to the head)adfluar
to or toward homeadheme
there (with movement), thitheradibe
down (with motion), downwards, downward (adv.)adinfre
to go to, go toward, approachadirar
to be adjacentadjacar {ntr}
to add (physical sense), join (something to something else)adjuntar {tr} [ulo ad ulo]
adding, subjoining, adjunctionadjunto
additional (physically added)adjuntita
something added, addition (object)adjuntajo
to adjust, fit, rectify, correctadjustigar {tr} [ulo (ad ulo)]
sideways (with movement)adlatere
at (the) mostadmaxime
at (the) leastadminime
upstream (adv.), up, above (further up a slope)admonte
to bring, carry (to a person or place)adportar {tr}
to affixadpozar {tr} [ulo ye ulo]
affixing; (gram.) appositionadpozo
under (with motion)adsub
ontoadsur
to where (with motion), whitheradube
downstream, down, below (further down a slope)advale
to come (towards)advenar {ntr}
in truth, to be sureadvere
to hail, call (summon)advokar {tr}
to adapt oneself, adapt (intr.)adaptar su
adenineadenino (biokem)
adenitisadenito (morbo)
adept (n.)adepto
adequateadequata
to adhere (also fig.), be attached, stickadherar {ntr} [ad]
adherent (n.), followeradheranto
adhesiveadheriva
goodbye, farewell, adieuadio
farewell (adj.)adiala
adiabaticadiabata (fizk)
to add (numbers)adicionar {tr}
adipocereadipocero (kem)
adjectiveadjektivo (gram)
to adjudicate, adjudge, award (something to someone); (in auctions) knock downadjudikar {tr} [ulo ad ulu] (judic)
awarding (of a prize); granting (of a contract)adjudiko
to adjure, command solemnly, demand upon oathadjurar {tr} [pri]
adjutant (military), aide-de-campadjutanto (milit)
to administer, manage (a business, an estate, government department etc.)administrar {tr}
to admireadmirar {tr}
admirableadmirinda
admiraladmiralo (milit)
to admit (let in)admisar {tr} [ulu, ulo (aden)]
admittance (electronics)admitanco (fizk)
to be adolescentadolecar {ntr}
adolescent (n.)adolecanto
to adopt (an opinion, belief, child); (in assemblies) agree upon, carry (a motion, resolution), pass (a bill)adoptar {tr}
to adore, idolise; worship (God)adorar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
to support the back, set the back (of someone or something, to or against), lean (something against another)adosar {tr} [su an ulo]
to lean one's back (against something)adosar su
gum tragacanthadraganto (subs)
adrenalin, epinephrineadrenalino (biokem)
address (on a letter, etc.)adreso
to address (put an address on)adresizar {tr}
Adriatic (adj.)Adriatika (mar)
Adriatic (sea)Adriatiko (mar)
to adsorb, condense (something) by adsorptionadsorbar {tr}
adult (n.)adulto
Adventadvento (rel)
adventitious (biol.)adventiva (biol)
opposing, opposite, contrary, adverseadversa
adversary, opponentadverso
barrister, advocate (person who pleads in court)advokato
assistant, adjunct, deputy (adj.)adyunta
assistant (in some duty), deputyadyunto
airaero (subs)
aerodynamicsaerodinamiko
airship, dirigibleaeronavo
aerostaticsaerostatiko
to air (a room, linen, etc), to aerateaerizar
aerator, ventilatoraerizilo
aerenchymaaerenkimo (biol)
aerodrome, (US) airdromeaerodromo
aerogelaerojelo (subs)
aerolite, stony meteoriteaerolito (astron)
aerometeraerometro (instr)
aerometryaerometrio (cienco)
aeroplane, (US) airplaneaeroplano (veturo)
aerosolaerosolo
A flataes (muz)
affable, amiableafabla
busybodyafanono
fondness, affectionafeciono
affectionateafecionema
to affect, move (emotionally); affect (med.)afektar {tr}
affectationafektaco
affected, pretentiousafektacema
aphelionafelio (astron)
affair, matter; business (com.); cause, legal action (leg.)afero
businessman, businesswomanaferisto
business agentafer-agento
Afghan (adj.)Afgana
Afghan (n.)Afgano
AfghanistanAfganistan (lando)
aphis, aphid, plant-louseafidio (insekto)
affinityafineso
to affirm (declare as true), averafirmar {tr}
poster, bill, placardafisho
affixafixo (gram)
to afflict, cause to suffer mentally, distress, grieveafliktar {tr}
aphorismaforismo
to frank, prepay (carriage or postage on)afrankar {tr} (pek)
free on board (f.o.b.)afrankita ye bordo
AfricaAfrika (lando)
African (adj.)Afrikana
African (n.)Afrikano
to face, meet face to face; (fig.) to brave, confrontafrontar {tr}
mouth ulcer, aphtha; (-i) thrush, candidiasisafto (patol)
(gun-)carriageafusto
to affuse, pour (a liquid) uponafuzionar {tr}
affusionafuziono
to do, actagar {tr/ntr}
act, action, deedago
active (inclined to act)agema
(suffix used with names of instruments and the like to indicate the action done with the instrument: e.g. martel/ag/ar = to hammer; buton/ag/ar = toag- {suf}
asexual, agamicagama (biol)
agape, love-feastagapo (rel)
agar-agar, Ceylon mossagar-agaro (subs)
agaricagariko (fungo)
toad stool, fly agaricmush-agariko (fungo)
agateagato (min)
agaveagavo (pl)
agenda (list of things to be attended to)agendo
agent (person or thing)agento
chemical agentagento kemiala (kem)
stockbrokerbors-agento
to agitate, shake (something or someone); wave (a hand, flag, etc.); (fig.) excite (feelings)agitar {tr}
to be agitatedagitesar
eagle (also fig. in heraldry); (astron.) Aquilaaglo
aquiline noseaglo-nazo
to agglomerate, conglomerateaglomerar {tr}
agglomerationaglomerajo
to agglutinate, stick together (several things, as with glue); (fig.) join togetheraglutinar {tr}
agnateagnato
lamb (poetical or religious)agnelo
to acknowledge, admit, own, recognise (something as right, good, true, or false)agnoskar {tr}
agnosticagnostika
agnosticismagnostikismo
agonic (line)agona (geog)
to be in the death agony, be in extremis, suffer death pangsagoniar {ntr}
agoraphobiaagorafobio (morbo)
agrarian (adj.)agrala
agriculturist, crop farmeragrokultivisto
agricultureagrokultivo
clasp, small hook, hook (and eye), snap (fastener), agraffeagrafo
to hook, claspagrafagar {tr}
agreeable, pleasantagreabla
to aggregate, incorporate; admit (into a society, body, institution)agregar {tr}
aggregateagregajo
agrimonyagrimonio (pl)
agronomistagronomo
agronomyagronomio (cienco)
needle; point(s) (railways), (US) switch (railroad)agulo
eye of a needleagultruo
magnetic needlemagnet-agulo
knitting needletrikot-agulo
point(s) (railways), (US) switch (railroad)agulo di relvoyo
agoutiagutio (mamif)
ailanthus, ailanto, tree of heavenailanto (arb)
A sharpais (muz)
(suffix used with a noun or adjective to indicate an object so characterised, or an act; with a transitive or mixed verb, its object; with an intransitive verbaj- {suf}
agio (exchange premium)ajio (financ)
agilityajileso
to speculate (in shares etc.), trade in securitiesajiotar {ntr} [pri] (financ)
to adjourn, defer, put offajornar {tr} [(ulo) til]
not having eaten, having an empty stomachajuna
on an empty stomachajune
openwork (in embroidery, lace, carving, metal work, works of art)ajuro
to adjust, set (an instrument, microscope, meter, etc.)ajustar {tr}
nozzle, spout, adjutageajuto
acaciaakacio (pl)
learned society, academy (society; not a school or college)akademio
academicalakademiala
academicianakademiano
AcadiaAkadia (lando)
Acadian (n.)Akadiano
acanthusakanto (pl)
to billet, quarter (allot quarters to), canton (house)akantonar {tr} [en]
quarters, billetakantoneyo
to corner (a supply), (fig.) monopoliseakaparar {tr} (pek)
acarid, acaridan, ~tick, ~miteakaro (animalo)
Achaea, AchaiaAkaya (lando)
Achaean, Achaian (n.)Akayano
achillea, yarrow, milfoilakileo (pl)
to applaud, acclaim publicly, shout approval or applauseaklamar {tr}
to acclimatise; (fig.) habituateaklimatar {tr}
magnetic equatoraklino (geog)
acolyteakoluto
to accommodate (adapt or adjust) (tech., opt., etc.)akomodar {tr}
accompanimentakompanuro
aconite (monkshood, wolfsbane, etc.)akonito (pl)
partial payment (of a debt), instalment, (US) installmentakonto (pek)
to pay on accountakonte pagar
sweet flag, calamus (sweet flag), (US) sweet calamus, sweet cane, beewortakoro (pl)
to be in tune (mus.); agree (in grammar)akordar {ntr}
to tune (an instrument); to make agree (gram.)akordigar
accordionakordeono (muzin)
acrid; harsh (voice); (fig.) acrimoniousakra
bitter-sweetakra-dolca
peevish, surly, crabbedakra-humora
to accredit (also regarding a diplomat), give credence toakreditar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
accreditedakreditita
letter of credence, credentialsakredito-letro (diplom)
grasshopperakrido (animalo)
acrylicakrila (kem)
acrobatakrobato
acrobatic actakrobatajo
acrobatics (acts)akrobataji
acrobatics (art)akrobat-arto
to hang (as on a hook), hook on (something to something); interlock, grapple (a ship)akrochar {tr} [ad]
hitch, hooking onakrocho
achromaticakromatika (opt)
acromion, acromion processakromio (anat)
acronymakronimo
acropolisakropolo (hist)
acrosticakrostiko
acroterion, acroter, acroterium (archit.)akroterio (arkit)
act (theatrical; legal: a written instrument in verification)akto
actinia, sea anemone of the genus Actiniaaktinio (animalo)
actinicaktinika (kem)
actinismaktinikeso
actiniumaktiniumo
actinometeraktinometro
actinomorphicaktinomorfa (biol)
active (opposed to passive; also used in com., fin., gram., mil. senses)aktiva
active (voice) (gram.); asset (accounting)aktivo
activityaktiveso
debts receivable, assetsaktiva debaji (komerco)
actressaktorino
actoraktorulo
current (existing now), actual (present; not potential)aktuala
to (drive into a) corner, bring to bayakular {tr} [ad]
accumulation (of things)akumulajo
accumulator (elec.)akumulatoro
acupunctureakupunturo (medic)
punctual (on time)akurata
punctualityakurateso
midwifeakushistino
midwiferyakush-arto
acousticsakustiko (cienco)
sharp, acute (also fig. of sound, pain, sickness, accent), keen (of an edge)akuta
sharp object, edgeakutajo
sharpness, acuteness, keenness (also fig.)akuteso
to sharpenakutigar
sharpener, whetstoneakutigilo
acute angleakuta angulo
to accuse, indict, charge, impeachakuzar {tr} [pri]
accusation, indictment, charge, impeachmentakuzo
accusative (case)akuzativo (gram)
to theal (= a la)
wing (also fig. of army, aeroplane, building, windmill, etc.)alo
wing-shaped, aliformalo-forma
wing beat, flap of the wingsalo-stroko
small wing, aileronaleto
winged (adj.)aloza
wing nut, butterfly nutaleto-skrubino (mek)
(suffix used with a noun) relating to, pertaining to, appropriate to; e.g. aquala, manuala, nacionala, pueralaal- {suf}
alabaster (gypsum or calcite)alabastro (subs)
to sucklealaktar {tr}
still (for distilling); alembicalambiko
allantois, allantoidalantoido (anat)
to alert to danger, alarm (give signal of danger to, sound the alarm)alarmar {tr}
alarm, signal of dangeralarmo
AlaskaAlaska (lando)
lark (bird)alaudo (ucelo)
albalbo
AlbaniaAlbania (lando)
Albanian (adj.)Albaniana
Albanian (n.)Albaniano
albatrossalbatroso (ucelo)
innalbergo
inn-keeperalbergestro
albino (adj.), albinicalbina (zool)
albino (n.)albino (zool)
album (book for photographs, autographs, cards, etc.)albumo
albumen, white of eggalbumeno (biokem)
albumin, albumen (protein)albumino (biokem)
albuminoid (n.)albuminoido (biokem)
albuminuriaalbuminurio (morbo)
sapwood, alburnumalburno (bot)
tern, sea swallowalcedo (ucelo)
halcyon (fabled bird)alciono (mitol)
halcyon daysalcionala dii
aldehydealdehido (kem)
leafy lane, path (in a garden, park, wood, etc., generally between rows of trees)aleo
alecithalalecita (biol)
to adduce, advance, allege (arguments, facts, etc., in order to to prove or justify something)alegar {tr}
allegoryalegorio
allegro (n.)alegro (muz)
allegretto (n.)alegreto (muz)
to lighten the load of (someone or something), relieve (of a load); (fig.) alleviate, ease, relieve (the mind, etc.)alejar {tr}
awl (shoemaker's, sailmaker's, etc.)aleno
allergenalergeno (medic)
allergyalergio (patol)
aileronalerono
wide-awake, sprightly, alert (adj.)alerta
aleurone, aleuronaleurono
Aleutian islandsAleuti (lando)
alexandrine (adj.)alexandrina (verso)
alexandrine (line, verse)alexandrino (verso)
alexinalexino (biokem)
to ream, bevel out, bore smooth (inside of cannon, steam cylinder, etc.)alezar {tr} (tekn)
diameter of borealezala diametro (tekn)
alphabetalfabeto
silver-nickel alloy (of copper, zinc, nickel and silver)alfenido (subs)
alga (seaweed, kelp, dulse, etc.)algo (bot)
algaealgi (bot)
AlgarveAlgarvo (lando)
algebraalgebro (cienco)
alginatealginato (kem)
algology, phycologyalgologio (cienco)
algorithmalgoritmo
to ally, unite (families by marriage)aliancar {tr} [kun]
alias (adverb)alias {adv}
alibialibio (yuro)
alidad, alidadealidado (instr)
to alienate (in law), transfer ownership ofalienar {tr} (yuro)
to be in a state of alienation (mental derangement)alienacar {ntr}
alligatoraligatoro
to supply with what is necessary (water, fuel, provisions, etc.)alimentar {tr} [ye]
indentation (of text)alineo
to align, set in line, line upaliniar {tr}
not aliquotaliquanta (matem)
aliquotaliquota (matem)
to alliteratealiteracar {tr/ntr}
alizarin (n.)alizarino (kem)
trade-windalizeo (meteor)
Algiers (town)Aljer
native of AlgiersAljerano
AlgeriaAljeria (lando)
Algerian (adj.)Aljeriana
Algerian (person)Aljeriano
elk, (US) moosealko (mamif)
alcalde, alcade, Spanish magistratealkaldo
alkali (general sense)alkalio (kem)
alkaloid (adj.)alkaloida (kem)
alkaloid (n.)alkaloido (kem)
carawayalkaraveo (pl)
alchemyalkemio (arto)
alcoholalkoholo (subs)
alcoholometeralkoholometro
alcoholometryalkoholometrio (kem)
alcove, recessalkovo (arkit)
almanac, yearly calendar with variety of information; (fig.) year-bookalmanako
alma, almah, alme (Egyptian musical entertainer)almeo
to give almsalmonar {ntr} [ad]
aloe (plant of the genus Aloe)aloo (pl)
allodium, alodium, freehold estate, fee-simple estatealodio
along, at the side ofalonge {prep}
to go along, skirt, coastalong-irar {tr}
extension (lengthening piece); leaf (of telescope, table); allonge (fin.)alonjo
allopathyalopatio (medic)
alopecia, (baldness from) loss of hairalopecio (morbo)
allis shad, allis, shad of the genus Alosaaloso (fisho)
allotropicalotropa (kem)
allotropealotropo (kem)
allotropyalotropeso (kem)
to alloy; combine metals by fusionaloyar {tr}
alloy (of metals); (fig.) any impure mixture; quality (of things in general)aloyuro
(the) AlpsAlpi (mont)
alpine pasturealpo
alpaca (animal; wool)alpako (mamif)
high (dimension, sound or pressure); tallalta
height (quality)alteso
bull (operator)altigisto (financ)
viola (alto violin), altoalto (muzin)
alto, countertenor (voice)alto-voco (muz)
alto player, (US) violistaltisto (muz)
altaraltaro (rel)
althaea, (US) althea (such as hollyhock, marsh mallow, (US) rose mallow)alteo (pl)
to alter (modify the nature or quality of a thing, generally for the worse), spoil, debase (currency), corrupt (language)alterar {tr}
to alternate, take turnsalternar {ntr}
alternative (in place of another)alternativa
alternative, choice, optionalternativo
alternatoralternatoro
altitudealtitudo
other, anotheraltra
otherwisealtre
another (thing), something elsealtro
another person, someone elsealtru
othersaltri
to alteraltrigar
at another hour, at another timealtrakloke
elsewherealtraloke
by another namealtranome
in other wordsaltravorte
altruismaltruismo
altruistaltruisto
to allude to, refer to, have reference toaludar {tr}
allusionaludo
aluminium, (US) aluminumaluminio (elem)
alumaluno (kem)
gaitaluro
alluviumaluviono
alveolus (honeycomb cell, tooth socket, etc)alveolo
AlsaceAlzacia (lando)
Alsatian (n.)Alzaciano
to love, like (very much), care for, cherishamar {tr}
love (strong liking)amo
loveramanto
beloved (n.)amato
amalgam (also fig.)amalgamo
to tame (an animal), make docile, make tractable; (fig.) make (someone) more sociableamansar {tr}
hawser, mooring rope or cable; lashing (as for a gun, etc.)amaro
amaranth, amarant (plant of the love-lies-bleeding genus)amaranto (pl)
amaranth-colouredamarantea
amaryllisamariliso (pl)
mass, pile, heapamaso
to heap up, amassamasigar
amateuramatoro
amaurosisamauroso (morbo)
amazon (also fig.)amazono
bothamba
circumlocution, roundabout expression, ambageambajo
embassy (function)ambasado
embassy (administration)ambasaderio
embassy (residence)ambasadeyo
ambassadorambasadisto
to be ambitious (to), aim atambiciar {tr}
ambitionambicio
ambitiousambicioza
ambidextrousambidextra
ambiguous, equivocalambigua
ambiguity (equivocal expression)ambiguajo
ambiguousness, ambiguityambigueso
to amble (of horses, etc.)amblar {ntr}
amblyopicambliopa (patol)
amblyopiaambliopeso (morbo)
amboambono
anvilamboso
ambergrisambro (subs)
ambrosia (also fig.)ambrozio
ambulanceambulanco (veturo)
amoeba, (US) amebaamebo (animalo)
amoebocyte, (US) amebocyteamebocito (biol)
amoeboid, (US) ameboidameboida (biol)
improve, ameliorateameliorar {tr}
amenamen»
fine, penaltyamendo
catkin, amentum, amentamento (bot)
americiumamericio (elem)
AmericaAmerika (lando)
American (adj.: of (the continent of) America)Amerikana
American (of the American continent)Amerikana
American (native of America)Amerikano
amethystametisto (min)
amphetamineamfetamino
amphibiousamfibia (zool)
amphibianamfibio
amphimixisamfimixio (biol)
amphioxus, ~lanceletamfioxo (animalo)
amphipyreninamfipirenino (biokem)
amphitheatre (all senses), (US) amphitheateramfiteatro
amphoraamforo
Amhara (region of Abyssinia)Amhara (lando)
Amharic (adj.)Amharana
Amhara (native)Amharano
amianthus, amiantusamianto (min)
amideamido (kem)
Amidolamidolo
friendamiko
friendly, amicableamikala
friendship, friendliness, amityamikeso
starch (fecula used to stiffen linen etc.; amylum)amilo (kem)
amyloplastamiloplasto (biol)
amineamino (kem)
amitosisamitoso (biol)
to give a general pardon toamnestiar {tr}
to have amnesiaamneziar {ntr}
amnesia, loss of memoryamnezio
amnionamniono
amniotic fluidamnioto (anat)
ammonia (gas)amono (kem)
ammoniumamonio (kem)
aqueous ammonia, ammonium hydroxideamoniako (kem)
gum-ammoniacamoniak-gumo
sal-ammoniacamoniak-salo
ammonite (fossil shell)amonito
to add up to, amount toamontar {tr}
to love passionately (as between the sexes)amorar {tr}
passionate loveramoranto
passionate loveamoro
to set going (an instrument or a force), prime (a pump or gun)amorcar {tr}
primer (of a firearm)amorcilo
amorphousamorfa (fizk)
to weaken, deaden, soften (a blow, a fall, etc.); calm (passions); abate (inflammation); tone down, soften (colours); pay, liquidate (aamortisar {tr}
redeemableamortisebla (pek)
damper, (US) dampener; extinguisher (for charcoal, etc.)amortisilo
sinking-fundamortis-pekunio (pek)
Virginia creeperampelopso (pl)
ampere, "amp"ampero
ammeterampermetro
ample, spacious; full (of garments), abundant (of supplies); liberal (of a reward)ampla
amplenessampleso
to amplifyampligar
amplificationampligo
amplitude (tech.)amplitudo (fizk)
(glass) bulb, (light) bulb, bellied phial; blisterampulo
to amputate, cut off (surg. and fig.)amputar {tr} [de]
amuletamuleto
to amuse, entertain; (fig.) distract, divertamuzar {tr}
amusingamuzanta
entertaineramuzero
at, on (indicates contiguity, juxtaposition)an {prep}
(suffix) member, inhabitant, partisan, adherentan- {suf}
anabaptismanabaptismo (rel)
anabaptistanabaptisto (rel)
anabiosisanabioso (biol)
duckanado (ucelo)
black duckanado nigra (ucelo)
drakeanadulo
ducklinganadyuno
anaerobicanaerobia (biol)
anaphaseanafazo (biol)
pimpernelanagalo (pl)
anagramanagramo
anacoluthia, anacoluthonanakoluto (gram)
anacondaanakondo (rept)
anchorite, anchoret, religious recluseanakoreto
anachronismanakronismo
annal; (-i) annalsanalo
to produce analgesia inanalgeziar {tr} (medic)
analgesiaanalgezio (medic)
analgesicanalgeziiva
science of analysis, analyticsanalitiko
analytical (related to the science of analysis)analitikala
analystanalitikisto
to analyse (log., chem.), (US) analyzeanalizar {tr}
analysisanalizo
analytical (related to analysis)analizala
analogousanaloga
analogue (something analogous), analogon, (US) analoganalogajo
analogousness, analogyanalogeso
analogue (adj.: in electronics, computing, etc.), (US) analoganalogika (elektrn)
Annam, AnamAnam (lando)
Annamese (native of Annam)Anamano
to make an anamnesis, make a medical case history (of)anamnezar {tr} (medic)
anamorphosisanamorfoso (opt)
pineappleananaso (frukto)
anapaest, (US) anapestanapesto (proz)
anarchyanarkio (polit)
anarchismanarkiismo
anarchistanarkiisto
anastigmaticanastigmata (opt)
anastomosisanastomoso (anat)
to anathematiseanatemar {tr}
anathema (ecclesiastical denunciation)anatemo
AnatoliaAnatolia (lando)
anatomy (science)anatomio (cienco)
ancestorancestro
ancestralancestrala
anchovyanchovo (fisho)
old (opposite of new)anciena
AndesAndi (mont)
AndalusiaAndaluzia (lando)
Andalusian (n.)Andaluziano
AndorraAndora (lando)
red cotton fabricandrinoplo (stofo)
androeciumandroceo (bot)
androdioeciousandrodioika (bot)
androgynousandrogina (biol)
androidandroido (aparato)
andromonoeciousandromonoika (bot)
anecdoteanekdoto
anaemia, (US) anemiaanemio (morbo)
anaemic, (US) anemicanemiika
anemophilousanemofila (bot)
wind gauge, anemometeranemometro
anemoneanemono (pl)
aneroidaneroida (fizk)
aneroid (barometer)aneroido
to anaesthetise, (US) anesthetizeanesteziar {tr} (medic)
(act of) anaesthetisinganestezio (medic)
anaesthesia, anaesthesis, (US) anesthesia, anesthesisanestezieso (medic)
anaesthetic, (US) anestheticanesteziiva (medic)
dillaneto (pl)
aneurysm, aneurismanevrismo (morbo)
to annexanexar {tr}
fish hookangelo
angelicaangeliko (pl)
angelusangelus» (rel)
angina (quinsy, croup or similar inflammatory ailment)angino (morbo)
angiomaangiomo (patol)
angiopathyangiopatio (morbo)
angioplastyangioplastio (kir)
angiospermangiospermo (bot)
EnglishAngla
English person, EnglishmanAnglo
EnglandAnglia (lando)
Anglicananglikana (rel)
Anglicanismanglikanismo
AngolaAngola (lando)
to be in anguish (of mind or body)angorar {ntr} [pri, pro]
anguishangoro
Angora goatAngora-kapro (animalo)
Angora catAngora-kato (animalo)
angostura (tree)angosturo (arb)
eel (fish)anguilo (fisho)
angle; cornerangulo (geom)
acute angleangulo akuta
obtuse angleangulo obtuza
angular, corner (adj.)angulala
right-angledort-angula
corner-piece (furniture)angulo-moblo
corner stoneangulo-petro
Anhalt (German duchy)Anhalt (lando)
to pant, gasp for breathanhelar {ntr} [pro] (medic)
anhelation, shortness of breath, pantinganhelado (medic)
to wind, put out of breathanheligar
anhydrousanhidra (kem)
anilineanilino (kem)
to animate (endow with life); (fig.) enlivenanimar {tr}
animatedly, with brioanime
animal (n.)animalo (animalo)
animal (adj.)animalala
group of animals; faunaanimalaro
animismanimismo
anionaniono (fizk)
anniversaryaniversario
aniseanizo (pl)
aniseedanizo-semini
anisetteaniz-liquoro
anisotropicanizotropa (biol)
angelanjelo (rel)
angelicanjelatra
also, tooanke {adv}
to ankylose, achylose, cause ankylosisankilosar {tr}
ankylosis, anchylosisankiloso
still, yet, until now, until then (refers to a fact or an act already existing)ankore {adv}
anchorankro
to anchorankro-agar (nav)
anchorageankro-ageyar (nav)
cat-head (naut.)ankro-trabo
soulanmo (rel)
soulful, with spiritanmoza
death-watch beetle, death-tick or woodworm, furniture beetleanobio (insekto)
wood-fretter, furniture beetle (larva: woodworm)ligno-anobio (insekto)
anodeanodo (fizk)
abnormal, anomalous, irregularanomala
anonymousanonima
anorakanorako (vesto)
arc-shaped handle (of cup, bucket etc)anso
(suffix for the present active participle)ant-
antagonismantagonismo
antagonistantagonisto
Antarctic (adj.)antarktika (geog)
before (of time), earlier thanante {prep}
before (conj.)ante ke
former, previous, preceding, priorantea
previously, before (adv.), heretoforeantee
antecedent (gram., log., math.)antecedento
antenna, feeler; aerialanteno
antherantero (bot)
antheridiumanteridio (bot)
anterior, earlier, previous, preceding (in space or time)anteriora
antherozoid, antherozooidanterozoido (bot)
anthesisantezo (bot)
anti-, contra-, counter- (for use mainly in scientific terms)anti- {pref}
antibacterial (adj.)anti-bakteria
antitoxinanti-toxino (medkm)
vermifuge, anthelmintic, anthelminthic, helminthicanti-vermo (medkm)
antibiotic (adj.)antibiotika (medic)
antibiotic (n.)antibiotiko (medic)
anticycloneanticiklono (meteor)
to anticipateanticipar {tr}
antidote (also fig.)antidoto (medkm)
antiphon, antiphony, ~refrainantifono (rel)
antiphonary, antiphonerantifonaro
antiphrasisantifrazo (retor)
antigenantigeno
anticlinal (geol.)antiklina (geol)
antibodyantikorpo (biokem)
Antichristantikristo (rel)
West Indies, AntillesAntili (lando)
antilogy, contradiction in ideasantilogio
antelopeantilopo (mamif)
antimatterantimaterio (fizk)
antimilitarismantimilitarismo
antimilitaristantimilitaristo
antimony, stibiumantimonio (elem)
antinomy (jur., philos.)antinomio
antiparticleantipartikulo (fizk)
to have an aversion to, have an antipathy toantipatiar {tr}
antipathy, natural aversion, natural repugnanceantipatio
antipode, (-i:) antipodesantipodo (geog)
antique, ancient, of a former epochantiqua
antique (n.)antiquajo
antiquaryantiquajisto
antiquarian (adj.)antiquara
antirrhinum, snapdragonantirino (pl)
to antisepticise, make antiseptic, free from microbial contaminationantisepsiar {tr} (medic)
antiseptic (adj.)antisepsiiva
antiseptic (agent)antisepsiivo
antiseptic (adj.)antisepta (medic)
antithesisantitezo
antitoxinantitoxino (medkm)
anthologyantologio
antonymantonimo
antonomasiaantonomazio (retor)
anthracite, hard-coalantracito (min)
anthropoid (adj.)antropoida (zool)
anthropoid (n.)antropoido (zool)
anthropologyantropologio (cienco)
anthropometryantropometrio (cienco)
anthropomorphicantropomorfa
anthropomorphantropomorfo
anthropomorphismantropomorfismo
pipit, titlarkantuso (ucelo)
annulanular {tr}
to announceanuncar {tr} [ad]
to cry wares (for sale)klame anuncar vari
Annunciation (day), Lady-dayanunco-festo
anusanuso
to be anxiousanxiar {ntr} [pri, pro, de]
anxietyanxio
anxiousanxioza
aoristaoristo (gram)
aortaaorto
aortitisaortito (morbo)
appanage, apanageapanajo (pek)
to endow with an appanageapanajizar
to appear, become visible, be in sightaparar {ntr} [ad, avan]
apparatusaparato (tekn)
apart (adj.), separate, alone, (US) aside (adj.)aparta
separately, apart (adv.), asideaparte
appartment, flat, suite of roomsapartamento
to belong, appertain, pertainapartenar {ntr} [ad]
appurtenanceapartenajo
apathy, indifference (lack of feeling or interest)apatio
apathetic, impassiveapatioza
to appeal (in law); (fig.) call (for help or sympathy)apelar {ntr} [ad ulu, pri ulo]
to give notice of an appealasignar apelo
to lodge an appealfacar apelo
appendix (lit., anat., zool., bot.)apendico
appendicitisapendicito (morbo)
hardly, scarcely, barelyapene {adv}
ApenninesApenini (mont)
to realise (become conscious of (an idea or fact)), grasp mentallyaperceptar {tr}
aperitifaperitivo (drnkj)
to open, unclose (also fig. with heart, soul, etc.)apertar {tr} [por]
aperture, gapaperturo
aperient, laxativeapertivo (medkm)
to have an appetite for (also fig.)apetitar {tr}
smallage, wild celeryapio (pl)
apicalapikala (biol)
aplanaticaplanata (opt)
to crush, squash (soft objects); (fig.) oppressaplastar {tr}
roller (as for flattening roads)rul-aplastilo
to clap, applaud; (fig.) to express approbationaplaudar {tr}
to apply (also fig.), lay on, impose (one thing on another)aplikar {tr} [ad, sur]
(fig.) to apply oneself (the mind, attention)aplikar su
applicable (also fig.), appositeaplikebla
perpendicularity; plummet, plumb line; (fig.) assurance, self-confidenceaplombo
apodictic, apodeictic, necessarily trueapodiktika (filoz)
apophysisapofizo (anat)
to prop (up), stay, support; lean, rest; base (one thing on another), found; ground (also fig.: assertions, reasons, etc.)apogar {tr} [ad, an, sur]
prop, stay, support, stanchionapogilo
head-supportkap-apogilo
flying buttressapog-arko (arkit)
point of supportapog-punto
strut, brace, propapog-trabo
apogamic, apogamousapogama (biol)
apogeeapogeo (astron)
apocalypseapokalipso (rel)
apocryphalapokrifa
apochromaticapokromata (opt)
apologue, moral fableapologo
to defend or justify (in speech or writing)apologiar {tr}
justification, apologia, defenceapologio
aponeurosisaponevroso (anat)
apoplexyapoplexio (patol)
apoplectic attackaceso di apoplexio
aposporyaposporio (bot)
apostate (adj.)apostata (rel)
apostate (n.)apostato (rel)
apostasyapostateso
a posteriori (adv.)aposteriorie
a posteriori (adj.)aposterioriala
apostil, annotation, marginal note; recommendatory note (to back a petition)apostilo
apostleapostolo (rel)
apostrophe (gram., rhetoric)apostrofo
chemist's shop, pharmacy, (US) drugstore (medical)apoteko
apothemapotemo (geom)
apotheosis, deification, glorificationapoteoso
apposition (gram.)apoziciono (gram)
wild boarapro (mamif)
to appreciate (be aware of the good qualities in, realise the importance of)apreciar {tr}
apprenticeaprentiso [pri]
to dress (leather, calico, fabric, paper etc.)apretar {tr} (tekn)
Aprilaprilo
a priori (adv.)apriorie
a priori (adj.)aprioriala
to approve of, give approbation toaprobar {tr}
sap (trench or works made by besiegers), (-i) approachesaprocho (fortif)
to estimate, evaluate approximatelyaproximar {tr}
apse, apsis (arch., astron.)apsido
apt, suitable, fit (for), good (for), appropriateapta [ad, por]
next to, besideapud {prep}
adjacentapuda [ad]
adjacentlyapude
to juxtaposeapudpozar
ApuliaApulia (lando)
to point (camera, gun, telescope, etc.), take aim withapuntar {tr} [ulo, ad]
sight (of a gun)apuntilo (tekn)
swift (bird)apuso (ucelo)
wateraquo (subs)
aqueousaquoza
aqua regiarejala aquo (kem)
waterproofaquo-espruva
waterfallaquo-falo
water meteraquo-kontilo
watershedaquo-pento
jet of wateraquo-sprico
nitric acid, aqua fortisaquaforto (kem)
(copper) etching (made using aqua fortis) ?aquafortajo (arto)
aquamarine (mineral)aquamarino (min)
watercolour, (US) watercolor (painting)aquarelo (arto)
to paint in watercolouraquarel-piktar
aquariumaquario (aparato)
aquatint (print)aquatinto (arto)
aqueductaquedukto (tekn)
columbine, aquilegiaaquilegio (pl)
north wind (likened to an eagle: litt., poet.)aquilono
to acquire, get, gain, win (through one's own effort), contract (a habit, a disease), incur (dislike, hatred)aquirar {tr} [per, po]
acquisition (thing acquired)aquirajo
native of AquitaineAquitano
AquitaineAquitania (lando)
(present infinitive ending)ar (gram)
are (measure of area)aro (mez)
(suffix denoting a collection, group or set of objects or beings)ar- {suf}
Arab (adj.), Arabic, ArabianAraba
Arab (n.)Arabo
arabesquearabesko (arto)
ArabiaArabia (lando)
to pull out, drag out, tear out, grub up (roots), wrest (also fig.)arachar {tr} [de, ek, ulo de ulu]
AragonAragon (lando)
arrack, arakarako (drnkj)
peanut (plant), groundnut, monkey nut, gooberarakido (pl)
arachnid (mite, scorpion, spider or tick)araknido (animalo)
arachnoid (membrane)araknoido (anat)
AramAramea (lando)
Aramaic; Aramaean, ArameanArameana
Aramaean, ArameanArameano
spideraraneo
spider legarane-pedo
spider-web, cobwebarane-reto
to arrange, dispose, settlearanjar {tr}
crossbow, arbalest (bow), arbalistarbalesto (armo)
to judge or decide (as an arbitrator), arbitrate on (a disagreement)arbitrar {tr}
arbitrator; referee; umpirearbitranto
to carry on arbitrage (buy and sell on the market)arbitrajar {tr} [pri]
arbitragearbitrajo
free-willarbitrio
arbitrary, discretionaryarbitriala
arbitrary act, capricious actarbitriajo
at will, ad libitum, ad-libarbitrie
at the discretion (or will) ofsegun la arbitrio di
tree; axletree, shaft (revolving rod)arboro (bot)
axletree, shaft (revolving rod)ax-arboro
arborealarborala
arborescentarboratra
thorn-treedorn-arboro
ebony treeeben-arboro
transmission shafttransmis-arboro
wooded (containing trees)arboroza
genealogical treearboro genealogiala
tree frogarboro-rano (animalo)
shrub, small busharbusto (bot)
underbrushsub-arbusto
thicketarbustaro
arbutus berryarbuto (frukto)
(European) arbutus, strawberry-treearbutiero (arb)
(Noah's) ark (biblical)archo (biblo)
Ark of the Covenantarcho di kontrato (biblo)
the Ardennes (plateau)Ardeni (lando)
slate (material)ardezo (subs)
slate (for writing)ardeza tabelo
to cover or roof with slateardez-kovrar
slate quarryardez-mineyo
to be aglow, glowing hot, fiery; (of passion, zeal) be ardent, be fervent (of animals) be in heat, rutardorar {ntr} [pri]
glowing heat; ardour, (US) ardor; rutardoro
rugged; (of mountains, etc.) arduous, hardardua
area, extent of surface, surface areaareo
areca nut, betel nutareko (pl)
areca (palm), betel palmarekiero (arb)
arena, ring (for games etc.)areno
areola (anat., med.)areolo
araemometer, areometer, hydrometerareometro (instr)
araeometry, areometryareometrio (cienco)
Areopagus (also fig.)areopago (antiq)
Areopagiteareopagano
to arrest (someone), put under arrestarestar {tr} (judic)
marabou (stork)argalo (ucelo)
sheers, shears, sheerlegs, gin (hoisting apparatus)argano
clay, argil, potter's earthargilo
ArgolisArgolido (lando)
argonargono (elem)
Argonaut; argonaut, paper nautilusargonauto
AargauArgovia (lando)
to argue (a case), try to prove somethingargumentar {ntr} [pri]
tune, airario (muz)
(suffix indicating the object of an action, the recipient of an action, or one upon whom a right, especially legal, is conferred)ari- {suf}
arid, dry and barrenarida
AriesArieto (astron)
battering ramarieto
hydraulic ramarieto hidraulikala (aparato)
arilarilo (bot)
arris, edge (line where two faces or planes meet); ridge (of nose, mountain etc.); awn, beard (of cereal)aristo
aristocraticaristokrata
aristocrataristokrato
aristocracy (collectively)aristokrataro
aristocracy (quality)aristokrateso
aristocracy (system)aristokratismo
plant of genus Aristolochia, birthwortaristolokio (pl)
AristotleAristoteles
AristotelianismAristotelismo
arithmeticaritmetiko
arithmometer, (mechanical) calculating machinearitmografo (aparato)
theory of numbersaritmologio
to practise divination by numbersaritmomanciar {ntr}
divination by numbersaritmomancio
to arrive (at a destination, at a certain place)arivar {ntr} [an]
silverarjento
silver (adj.: of silver)arjenta
argentine, silvery (silver-coloured)arjentea
argentiferousarjentoza
alloy of copper, zinc and nickelarjentano (subs)
Argentina, the ArgentineArjentinia (lando)
Argentine, Argentinian (adj.)Arjentiniana
Argentine, Argentinian (person)Arjentiniano
arch (archit.); arc (geom., elec.)arko
flying buttressapog-arko
to buttressark-apogar
bow (weapon)ark-armo
arc lampark-lampo
bow (weapon)arm-arko
rainbowpluv-arko
saddle bowsel-arko
triumphal archtriumf-arko
bridge (of a violin)arketo
Sagittarius, the ArcherArkero (astron)
arquebus, harquebusarkabuzo (armo)
arcadearkado (arkit)
ArcadiaArkadia (lando)
Arcadian (native of Arcadia)Arkadiano
archaic, antiquatedarkaika
archaism (expression), antiquated form of speecharkaismo
arcanearkana
arcanumarkano
archegoniumarkegonio (bot)
archaeologist, (US) archeologistarkeologo
archaeology, (US) archeologyarkeologio (cienco)
archesporiumarkesporo (bot)
(prefix used especially in titles: of eminent degree, chief)arki- {pref}
archangelarki-anjelo
archbishoparki-episkopo
archimandritearkimandrito
ArchimedesArkimedes
archipelagoarkipelago (geog)
archiplasmarkiplasmo (biol)
architectarkitekto
architecturearkitekturo (arto)
architravearkitravo (arkit)
archive, record(s)arkivo
archivoltarkivolto (arkit)
archon (hist.)arkonto
Arcticarktika (geog)
harlequinarlekino
harlequin dress; (fig.) patch-work, medleyarlekin-vesto
weapon, armarmo
armouryarmeyo
to armarmizar
battleaxearmo-hakilo
bow (weapon)arm-arko (armo)
flail (weapon)arm-drashilo (armo)
firearmpaf-armo
armadilloarmadilo (mamif)
shipownerarmatoro
armature (elec.); iron stays or braces (to strengthen masonry, etc.)armaturo
reinforced concretebetono armaturizita
wire covering of a cablekabl-armaturo
army, armed force (army, navy, air force)armeo (milit)
air forceaer-armeo
navymar-armeo
army corpsarme-korpo
ArmeniaArmenia (lando)
Armenian (adj.)Armeniana
Armenian (person)Armeniano
truce, armisticearmistico
cupboardarmoro (moblo)
cabinet (small cupboard)armoreto
dish closet, crockery cupboardplad-armoro
wardrobevest-armoro
horseradisharmoracio (pl)
arnica (plant; medicine)arniko
to arrogate, claim (for oneself) without justification, make undue claim forarogar {tr} [ulo, a su]
arrogantaroganta
arrogantarogema
arrogancearogemeso
aromaaromo
seasoning (herb or spice), aromatic substance of vegetable originaromato (subs)
arrowroot (flour)aroruto
to wet (with any liquid), waterarozar {tr} [per ulo]
to drench, soakarozegar {tr}
to moisten, dampenarozetar {tr}
watering canarozilo (aparato)
to play arpeggiosarpejar {ntr} (muz)
arpeggioarpejo
arsenic (element)arseno (elem)
arsenal (for weapons)arsenalo (milit)
art (practical skill or its application, guided by principles)arto (arto)
artistic (relating to arts)artala
artistic quality or characterartaleso
artistic (of a person)artema
(the) fine artsarti bela
social accomplishmentsarti socialla
artemisia (mugwort, sagebrush, southerwood, etc.)artemizio (pl)
arteryarterio (anat)
arterialarteriala
arteriolearterieto (anat)
arteritisarteriito (morbo)
arteriotomyarteriotomio (kir)
artesianarteza (tekn)
artesian wellarteza puteo (tekn)
artichoke, globe artichoke, French artichokeartichoko (pl)
artifice (artful or ingenious expedient)artifico
cunning trickartificacho
artificialartificala
artful, cunningartificoza
joint, articulation (anat., tech.)artiko
article (newspaper, etc; grammar)artiklo
definite articledefinita artiklo (gram)
to articulate, speak (words, syllables, etc.) clearlyartikular {tr}
artillery (troops)artilerio (milit)
artiodactylartiodaktilo (mamif)
artisan, mechanicartizano
artocarpus (breadfruit tree, jack tree, etc.)artokarpo (arb)
breadfruit; breadnut (fruit)artokarpo-frukto (frukto)
part or segment of a limb or body, articulation (segment)artro (anat)
arthritisartrito (morbo)
arthritis suffererartritiko
arthrodiaartrodio (anat)
arthropodartropodo
to ruffle (up), turn back (feathers, hair)arufar {tr}
to stroke a cat the wrong waykarezar kato arufe
arum, cuckoopint, lords-and-ladies, wake-robinarumo (pl)
haruspex, aruspexaruspico
AuvergneArvernia (lando)
Aryan (adj.: race, language), ~Indo-EuropeanAryana
Aryan (person)Aryano
(ending of a verb in the present tense)as
ace (cards, dice)aso (lud)
ace of heartskordio-aso
asafoetida, asafetida (resin)asafetido
to assault (a fortified place), storm, charge (the enemy)asaltar {tr} (milit)
assailantasaltanto
(fig.) to take the bull by the hornsasaltar quik l'obstaklo
to make a sally, sortieek-asaltar
unassailable, impregnableneasaltebla
to assassinate (kill with intent and by ambush or surprise)asasinar {tr}
asbestosasbesto (min)
to insure, underwrite (against loss)asekurar {tr} [kontre] (pek)
insurance (policy) documentasekuro-akto
(insurance) premiumasekuro-taxo
insurer, underwriterasekuristo
(the) insuredasekurito
insurance policyasekur-akto
woodlouseaselo (animalo)
to assemble, bring together (people, materials, etc.)asemblar {tr}
to give assent to, agree (to), acquiesce inasentar {tr}
asepticasepta (medic)
to assert (make an assertion, state as a fact), claim (as a fact)asertar {tr}
asserted, claimed, so-calledasertita
assistant judge or magistrateasesoro
asphaltasfalto (subs)
to asphaltasfaltizar
to asphyxiateasfixiar {tr}
asphodelasfodelo (pl)
regular, constant (in attendance or work)asidua
to besiege, beleaguer, lay siege toasiejar {tr} (milit)
to assign, allot, set apart (a sum), fix, appoint (a day, place, rank); (fig., legal) summons, cite, subpoenaasignar {tr} [ad]
subpoena, writ, summonsasigno-letro (judic)
to assimilate (physiol. & fig.)asimilar {tr} (fiziol)
asymptote, asymptotic lineasimptoto (geom)
AssyriaAsiria (lando)
Assyrian (person)Asiriano
to attend (be present at)asistar {tr} [ulo]
presence, attendanceasisto
audience, congregationasistantaro
ascaridaskarido (animalo)
ascetic (n.)asketo
asceticism (doctrine)asketismo
asclepiad (plant: swallow-wort; type of verse)asklepiado
to listen to, hearken to, give ear toaskoltar {tr}
donkey, assasno (mamif)
stupid assasnacho
she-assasnino (mamif)
jackassasnulo (mamif)
to make (someone) one's associate (in any matter), make (someone) participate or share in somethingasociar {tr} [ad]
sociableasociema
associate, fellowasociito
to bludgeon, fell (with a blow), beat senselessasomar {tr}
to be assonantasonancar {ntr} [kun]
assonantasonancanta
assonanceasonanco
to sort, assort, match (things alike, or somewhat alike, or that match or suit one another)asortar {tr} [kun]
assortmentasortajo
set (group of things that match)asorturo
asparagusasparago (pl)
asparagineasparagino (biokem)
aspartameaspartamo (kem)
to look (like), appear (have an appearance)aspektar {ntr}
to look happyaspektar felica
to look like a foolaspektar quale folo
aspect, look, sightaspekto
rough (of a surface), unevenaspera
to sprinkle (with a liquid), spray lightlyaspersar {tr} [per]
plant of genus Asperula (such as woodruff and squinancy-wort)asperulo (pl)
(sweet) woodruffasperulo odoroza (pl)
asp (snake)aspiko (animalo)
aspic (jelly with meat or fish), ~brawnaspikjeleo
to inhale, draw in (air, smoke, etc.), suck in (liquid); (ling.) aspirate; (fig.) long for, aspire toaspirar {tr} [per, ad] (biol)
aspirate (ling.)aspirajo
aspiratoraspiratoro (aparato)
aspirinaspirino (medkm)
astatineastato (elem)
astatic (magnetism)astatika (fizk)
asterastero (pl)
China asterastero Chiniana (pl)
starfish, asterid, asteridianasterio (animalo)
asteriskasterisko
asterism (star-like optical phenomenon)asterismo (fizk)
asteroidasteroido (astron)
astigmaticastigmata
astigmatismastigmateso
asthmaastmo (morbo)
asthmatic (adj.)astmika
to astonish, amazeastonar {tr}
to astoundastonegar
to be amazedastonesar
heavenly body (star, planet, etc.)astro
astrophysicsastrofiziko
ankle bone, talus (bone), astragalus (bone); astragal (archit.)astragalo
astrakhan (pelt, fur)astrakano
to have an astringent effect onastriktar {tr}
astringentastriktiva
astroidastroido (matem)
astrolabeastrolabo
astrologerastrologo
astrologyastrologio (doktrino)
astronautastronauto
astronauticsastronautiko
astronomerastronomo
astronomyastronomio (cienco)
AsturiasAsturia (lando)
AsturianAsturiano
to assume, take on oneself (a responsibility), undertake (a duty)asumar {tr}
Assumption (of the Virgin Mary)Asunciono (rel)
(suffix for the present passive participle of a verb)at-
to attachatachar {tr}
to attackatakar {tr} [per, ye]
aggressiveatakema
attack (also med.)atako
counter-attackkontre-atako
ataraxia, ataraxyataraxio (filoz)
attachéatasheo
atavismatavismo
ataxia, ataxyataxio (patol)
atheismateismo
atheist (n.)ateisto
studio (artist's), workshop (artisan's)ateliero
to pay attention to; apply the mind to, heedatencar {tr}
attention, heedatenco
attentive, mindfulatencema
pay attention, look outatencez
athenaeum, (US) atheneum (temple; literary institution)ateneo
to make a criminal attempt or assault on (someone or something)atentar {tr} (judic)
attempt (to commit an offence or crime); assault (unlawful attempt)atento
lese-majesty, leze-majesty, lese-majestéatento kontre la majesto
indecent assaultatento kontre la pudoro
to make an attempt on someone's lifeatentar la vivo di ulu
to assail someone's honouratentar la honoro di ulu
to attenuateatenuar {tr}
to bear witness to, attest to, give proof ofatestar {tr} [ulo, pri ulo, ulu]
attestation, testimony, deposition, certificationatesto
certificate, voucheratesturo
Atticatika
atticatiko (arkit)
to reach, attainatingar {tr}
beyond reachne-atingebla
atypicalatipa (biol)
attitude (mental)atitudo
telamon, atlas (archit.), (-i) atlantesatlanto (arkit)
Atlantic (adj.)Atlantika (mar)
Atlantic (ocean)Atlantiko (mar)
transatlantictrans-atlantika
atlas (geog.; anat.)atlaso
athleteatleto
athleticism (devotion to athletics)atletismo
athletics (the activity)atlet-exercado
atmosphereatmosfero (meteor)
atollatolo (geog)
atomatomo (fizk)
atomic weightatomala pezo
atomism (theory)atomismo
atomistatomisto
atony (med.)atonio (medic)
(of the nature of, or having nearly the same appearance, qualities or characteristics; suffix used ordinarily with non-verbal roots)atr- {suf}
to attract (also fig.), drawatraktar {tr}
attractiveatraktiva
to trick, take in, hoaxatrapar {tr}
hoax, trickatrapo
taken in by a rogueatrapita da fripono
to bestow, assign, vest, allocate, invest with (something as due and appropriate)atribuar {tr} [ad]
attribute (grammar; logic), attributive (n.)atributo
to feel attrition (theol.), have defective or imperfect sorrow for one's sinatricar {ntr} (teol)
attrition (theol.)atrico
atriumatriumo (arkit)
to atrophy (cause to atrophy)atrofiar {tr} (medic)
to atrophy (intr.), waste awayatrofiesar
atrophyatrofio
atropine, atropinatropino (kem)
tuna, tunnyatuno (fisho)
to stunaturdar {tr}
to hear (receive sensations by the ear)audar {tr}
auditory, auditiveaudala
by hearsayper audo
to dare, be so bold asaudacar {tr}
audacity, daring (n.)audaco
rashness, temerityaudacego
to emboldenaudacigar
daring (adj.), bold, audacious, intrepidaudacoza
hearing, audience (granted by a person in authority)audienco
audiometeraudiometro (aparato)
audionaudiono (elek)
(title of a) junior court official, court assessorauditoro
Augean stableAugias-stablo (mitol)
to increase, augment, make larger or more numerous; raise (rents, prices, wages, etc.)augmentar {tr/ntr} [per]
increase, augmentation; augment (gram.)augmento
augmentativeaugmentiva
to augur (foretell from signs)augurar {tr} [de ulo]
augur, soothsayerauguristo
august, venerable, imposing, majesticaugusta
hall (as in a college, university, etc.), great hall, aulaaulo
AulisAulido
halo (as around the head of a saint or angel), aureola, aureoleaureolo
auricle, atrium (anat.)aurikulo (anat)
dawn, auroraauroro
aurora borealis, northern lights; aurora australis, southern lightsauroro polala
to auscultateauskultar {tr} (medic)
omen, auspiceauspicio
strict or severe with oneself, self-disciplined, ~austere, ~rigidaustera
south wind, austral wind (poet.)austro (meteor)
austral, southernaustrala (meteor)
southern latitudeaustrala latitudo
AustralasiaAustralazia (lando)
AustraliaAustralia (lando)
Australian (adj.)Australiana
Australian (n.)Australiano
AustriaAustria (lando)
Austrian (adj.)Austriana
Austrian (n.)Austriano
autarkic, autarkicalautarka
autarkyautarkeso
authentic, genuineautentika
autismautismo (psik)
auto-, self- (in scientific & technical words)auto- {pref}
autobiographyautobiografio
bus (vehicle)autobuso (veturo)
auto-da-féautodafe» (hist)
self-taught (of a person), autodidacticautodidakta
autodidact, self-taught personautodidakto
autogamous, autogamicautogama (biol)
autogamyautogameso
autogyro, autogiro, gyroplaneautogiro (veturo)
autographic (written with one's own hand), autograph (adj.)autografa
autograph (writing in author's hand, original signature or writing)autografo
autoclaveautoklavo
autocratautokrato
autocracy (quality)autokrateso
autocracy (regime)autokratismo
autolysisautolizo (biol)
automatic, self-actingautomata
automatonautomato (aparato)
motor-car, automobileautomobilo (veturo)
autonomous, self-governing, independentautonoma (polit)
to hold an autopsy onautopsiar {tr} (medic)
autopsy, autopsia, post-mortem (examination)autopsio
author; (fig.) creator, originatorautoro
(author's) copyrightautor-yuro
authority, legal or rightful power (also fig.)autoritato
authoritativeautoritatoza
to autotypeautotipar {tr}
autotype, halftone etchingautotipuro
autotomyautotomio (zool)
autumn, (US) fall (season)autuno
autumnalautunala
auxiliaryauxiliara
grandparentavo
grandmotheravino
grandfatheravulo
great grandparent; forefatherpre-avo
assurance of payment, surety (signed assurance)avalo
to guarantee (payment of) (a bill, invoice, promissory note) by endorsementavalizar
to fall as an avalancheavalanchar {ntr}
avalancheavalancho
in front of, ahead of, before (in space)avan {prep}
forward, advance, front (adj.)avana
in frontavane
front (n.)avano
forepart, front part; (fig.) forequarters (as of a horse)avanajo
forearmavanbrakio
anteroom, antechamberavanchambro
vanguardavanguardo
outer harbour, (US) outer harboravanhaveno
forward hold (of a ship)avanholdo
to advance, go forwardavanirar {ntr}
outpost (mil.)avanposteno
suburbavanurbo
front man; (mil.) chief of fileavanviro
Asia MinorAvan-Azia (lando)
to advance (in space or time), go forward, move forward (a hand, a foot, an army, departure, etc.)avancar {tr/ntr}
advantageavantajo
advantageousavantajoza
disadvantagedesavantajo
apron (garment or mech.); pinaforeavantalo
miserly, greedy, avariciousavara [pri]
avariceavareso
to damage (in conveying goods, the ship, vehicle, train, aircraft or goods carried)avariar {tr}
damage, loss (while conveying goods), average (maritime loss)avario
hazelnut, cobnut, filbertavelano
hazel, cob (tree)avelaniero (arb)
hazel (in colour)avelanea
oats, oataveno (pl)
porridgeaven-gruelo
to go on adventures, seek adventuresaventurar {ntr}
adventureaventuro
adventurousaventurema
avenue (tree-lined approach road)avenuo
averageaverajo
front (of a coin, medal, cloth, etc.), obverse; odd(-numbered) pageaverso
to give notice to, apprise (of a future event or possibility), ~warnavertar {tr} [pri ulo]
to practise aviation, fly (of a person)aviacar {ntr}
aviationaviacado
flying machine (heavier than air)aviacilo
avid, eager (for), craving, greedyavida [ad, de]
vindictivevenj-avida
aeroplaneaviono (veturo)
avionicsavioniko (cienco)
to give notice to, notify, apprise, advise (give information of a practical nature, such as opening hours, an order or prohibition)avizar {tr} [pri ulo]
notification, noticeavizo
avocetavoceto (ucelo)
avocadoavokado (frukto)
"avoué" (a type of judicial official in France)avoué»
axis; axleaxo
axialaxala
horizontal shaftax-arboro (mek)
axle-treerot-axo (mek)
axis of rotationrotac-axo (mek)
armpit, axilla (anat.); axil, axilla (bot.)axelo
axiomaxiomo
axiomaticaxiomala
axis (second vertebra of the neck)axoido (anat)
axolotlaxolotlo (rept)
axonaxono (biol)
ow!, ouch!aye [!] {interj}
azaleaazaleo (pl)
AzerbaijanAzerbaijan (lando)
AsiaAzia (lando)
Asian, Asiatic (adj.)Aziana
Asian, Asiatic (person)Aziano
refuge (place for poor, sick or helpless); (fig.: any place of retreat or security), asylum, sanctuary, shelterazilo
unleavened, azymousazima (koquo)
azyme, azymazimo
unleavened breadazima pano
azimuthazimuto (astron)
nitrogen, azoteazoto (elem)
azure, sky blue (colour); smalt (pigment)azuro
azure(-coloured), sky-blueazurea (koloro)
te, ti (seventh note of musical scale)b (muz)
bah!, pshaw!ba [!] {interj}
baba (small cake of leavened dough)baba»
Babel (lit. & fig.)Babel»
tower of BabelBabel»-turmo
to gossip, tattle, prate, babble, prattle, chatter (also as of a magpie)babilar {ntr} [kun ulu, pri ulo]
to blather, bletherbabilachar
tittle-tattle, gossip, idle talkbabilado
chatter-boxbabilemo
babirusa, babiroussa, babirussababiruso (mamif)
heelless slipper, mule, babouche, babuche, babooshbabucho (vesto)
baboonbabuino (mamif)
bachelor (of a university)bachelero [pri]
bachelorship, degree of bachelorbachelereso
bacillusbacilo (biol)
Baden (duchy)Badenia (lando)
native of BadenBadeniano
paunch (nautical), chafing mat (to protect equipment or cargo against chafing)baderno (nav)
luggage, baggagebagajo
boot (of a motor-car), (US) trunk (of an automobile)bagajuyo
hand luggagemanu-bagajo
(baggage) porterportisto di bagaji
bauble, trifle, bagatellebagatelo
convict prison, labour camp (prison)bagno (judic)
(the) BahamasBahama (lando)
to bakebakar {tr} [en] (koquo)
BacchusBako (mitol)
follower of BacchusBakano
Bacchian, BacchicBakala
bacchanalia, bacchanals; (fig.) drunken feast or revelrybakanalo
bakelite, Bakelitebakelito (subs)
bacteriumbakterio (biol)
bactericidebakteriocidivo
bacteriologistbakteriologo
bacteriologybakteriologio (cienco)
BactriaBaktria (lando)
Bactrian (person)Baktriano
ball (dance)balo (danso)
masked ballmask-balo
fancy-dress balltravesti-balo
ballade, balladbalado
balalaikabalalaiko (muzin)
balance (weighing instrument), scales, scalebalanco (instr)
steelyardbalanco Romana
torsion-balancetordo-balanco
LibraBalanco (astron)
balance-wheel, flywheel; gimbals (of a compass, etc.)balanciero (mek)
balas, balas rubybalas-rubino (min)
ballast (ship, railway)balasto
ballast spacebalasteyo
to sweepbalayar {tr} [ulo, ad]
sweepingsbalayaji
broom (for sweeping)balayilo
brushbalayileto
to gabble (speak inarticulately), speak hesitantly and indistinctly, hum and hawbalbutar {tr/ntr}
soon, shortlybalde {adv}
soon to happen, impending, imminentbalda
as soon astam balde kam
canopy (supported by columns, of a throne, altar, pulpit, bed, etc.), baldachin (canopy), baldaquin, tester (canopy)baldakino
baldric, baldrick, shoulder belt (for a sword, etc.)baldrio
Balearics, Balearic islandsBaleari (lando)
baleen whale, whalebone whalebaleno (mamif)
balletbaleto
bailiff (hist.: judicial officer acting for the king; title in some countries of a judicial or administrative officer)balifo
(navigational) beacon, marker buoy; signal-pole (on railway or towpath)baliso (nav)
range pole, ranging rod (for surveying)baliseto
ballista (ancient military catapult)balisto
ballisticsbalistiko (cienco)
balcony; stern gallery (of a ship)balkono
to bathe, bathbalnar {tr/ntr}
bathing placebalneyo
bathroombalno-chambro
bath (receptacle)balnuyo
water-bathmaria-balno (kem)
ball (hollow, air-filled); balloonbalono (lud)
large balloon (as for carrying people)balonego
small ball (as for tennis, etc.)baloneto (lud)
to vote in a second ballot (between two candidates whose votes were greatest in the first ballot, but neither having an absolute majority)balotar {tr} [ulu]
to quiver, tremble, shake, wobble (of something elastic or viscous, like gelatine)balotear {ntr} [pro]
Baltic (adj.)Baltika (lando)
Baltic (sea)Baltiko (mar)
balusterbalustro (arkit)
balustrade, railingbalustrado (arkit)
balsam (fragrant resin used medicinally); (fig.) balm, consolationbalzamo
balm of Gileadbalzamo di Gilead
balm, balsam (tree)balzamiero
garden balsambalzamino (pl)
bamboobambuo (pl)
banana (fruit)banano (frukto)
banana (plant), banana treebananiero (pl)
company (of people), band (group acting together); shoal (of fish)bando [de]
gang, cliquebandacho
bandage; truss; tyre, (US) tirebandajo
to bandage; apply a truss; put a tyre onbandajizar
to (have a) list (of a ship), be lopsided (lean to one side)bandear {ntr} (nav)
pennon, pennant, streamer, banderol, banderolebanderolo
banditbandito
banditry, banditismbanditismo
bandoleer, bandolierbandoliero
banner (cloth badge, device or flag carried by hanging it horizontally, as used by societies and orders)banero
BangladeshBangladesh (lando)
bank (financial)banko
banknotebanko-bilieto
bankerbankisto
discount house (fin.)banko di diskonto
merchant bankbanko di komerco
bank of issueemiso-banko
to become bankruptbankrotar {ntr}
to bankrupt (tr.), cause bankruptcy tobankrotigar
bankruptcybankroto
banyan (tree)banyano (arb)
baobab (tree), monkey-bread treebaobabo (arb)
to baptisebaptar {tr} (rel)
baptistrybapteyo
godchildbapto-filio
godmotherbapto-matro
Christian namebapto-nomo
godfatherbapto-patro
to bar, stop up (a way, a route, a door, etc.)barar {tr}
barrier (in general)barilo
bore (in a river), eagre, egerbaro-fluxo (geog)
bar (of wood or metal, as for doors, windows)baro-stango
shed, hut; temporary wooden building; booth, (covered) stallbarako
barracan, baracan (fabric)barakano (stofo)
to strive to get away, struggle (against), writhebaraktar {ntr} [kontre]
barratry, barretry (maritime fraud)baratrio
beard (hair on the chin, lips and cheeks of a man or an animal)barbo (anat)
barberbarbisto
beardedbarboza
moustache, (US) mustachelabio-barbo
down (on the face)lanugo-barbo
chin-beardmentono-barbo
beardlesssen-barba
whiskersvango-barbo
BarbadosBarbados (lando)
escape hole (in a retaining wall for water), cross-drain, loophole (castle wall)barbakano (arkit)
barbarian (adj.), barbaric, uncivilisedbarbara
barbarian (n.)barbaro
barbarism (form of speech)barbarajo
similar to barbariansbarbaratra
barbarism (state)barbareso
barbelbarbelo (fisho)
barbituratebarbiturato (kem)
to dabble, paddle, splash about (in water or mud)barbotar {ntr}
to speak too fast and therefore unclearly, splutter, sputterbarbuliar {ntr}
bard (poet)bardo
burdockbardano (pl)
barege, barège (fabric)barejo (stofo)
grenadine (fabric)barejo silka (stofo)
cask, barrel (wooden container made of staves)barelo
barrel of beerbarelo de biro
hogshead, tunbarelego
keg (wooden)bareleto
to cooperbarelifar
bariumbario (elem)
centre (US: center) of gravity, barycentrebaricentro (mek)
barricadebarikado
to barricade oneselfinkluzar su per barikado
to barricade (an area)barikade klozar
barytabarito (kem)
baritone (person, voice)baritono
small boat (without a mast), wherry, punt, skiffbarko (batelo)
barcarole, barcarolle (song)barkarolo (muz)
longboat; launch (of a man-of-war)barkaso (batelo)
barographbarografo
barometerbarometro
baron; baronessbarono
baronage (collectively)baronaro
barony (rank)baroneso
barony (domain)baronio
baronessbaronino
baronbaronulo
baroscopebaroskopo
bass (European fish)barsho (fisho)
whalebone, baleenbarto (zool)
low (opposite of high: in dimension, sound or pressure)basa
to make low, shorten the height ofbasigar
bear (operator)basigisto (financ)
bassbaso (muz)
low German (dialect)bas-Germana
lower part; (mus.) bass partbas-parto
lowly, humblebas-ranga
bas-reliefbas-reliefo
bass (voice)bas-voco
base of a building (lower visible part, resting on the foundations)basamento (arkit)
basin (deep and wide pan; catchment area of a river; of a dock or waterworks; geol.: valley, hollow)baseno
wash-basinbalno-baseno
fish-pondfish-baseno
pan (of a flint-lock)pulver-baseno
tail, flap, skirt (of a garment)basko (vesto)
basquinebasko-robo (vesto)
to seesaw, rock to and fro, sway up and downbaskular {ntr}
see-saw; swing (for play); rocker (of a chair)baskulilo
bascule bridge, draw-bridge with plyerlev-ponto kun baskulilo
dump-cart; tumbrel (cart), tumbril (cart)baskul-charioto
rocking-chairbaskul-stulo
bassoonbasono (muzin)
basset (hound)basoto
bast, bass (inner fibrous bark), phloembasto (bot)
bastard (adj.), illegitimatebastarda
bastard (person born out of wedlock)bastardo
quarter-netting, waist-clothsbastingo (nav)
to rig the boarding-nettingsbastingizar
bastionbastiono (fortif)
stick, staff; cudgel; cue; polebastono
batonbastoneto
billiard cuebiliard-bastono
sword-stickespado-bastono
fishing rodpesko-bastono
drumstick (mus.)tambur-bastono
bastinado, bastinade, beating with a stickbaston-batado
to beat, strike repeatedlybatar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
to beat the wingsbatar per l'ali
to beat with a rodbatar per vergo
beater (instrument)batilo
beat of the pulsepulso-bato
to (give) battlebataliar {ntr} (milit)
battlegroundbataliagro
battle (between armies)batalio
battalionbataliono (milit)
boat (launch, barge, lighter, etc.)batelo (nav)
boatfulbateledo
small boat, skiffbateleto
dredgerdrag-batelo
fishing boatfish-batelo
rowing-boat, (US) rowboatrem-batelo
sailing-boatseglo-batelo
battery (elec.; milit.)baterio
batik, battik (method)batiko (arto)
bathyspherebatisfero (veturo)
bathyscaph, bathyscaphe, bathyscapebatiskafo (veturo)
batiste; cambric, ~chambraybatisto (stofo)
batrachian, anuran (n.), tailless amphibian; frog; toadbatrako (zool)
baudbaudo (mez)
bauxitebauxito (min)
to slobber, slaver, droolbavar {ntr} [sur]
bibbavo-tuko
BavariaBavaria (lando)
Bavarian (n.)Bavariano
bay (of sea)bayo (geog)
bayadere (Indian dancing girl)bayadero
bayonetbayoneto (armo)
to bring the bayonet to a chargeprizentar la bayoneto
base (lowest part), foundation, bottom, foot; (fig.) basis, foundation, grounds; (chem.) basebazo
basicbazala
base-linebaz-lineo (matem)
baselesssen-baza (matem)
springing (of an arch)arko-bazo (matem)
basalt (rock)bazalto (min)
bazaar, bazarbazaro
basil, sweet basilbazilo (pl)
basilicabaziliko (arkit)
basilic veinbazilik-veino
basilisk (myth.; zool.)bazilisko
to open the mouth, gape (with an open mouth); (fig.) yawn, gapebear {ntr}
blessed, blissful; (iron.) sanctimoniousbeata
bliss; beatitudebeateso
to beatify (eccles.)beatifikar {tr} [ulu] (rel)
cough-relieving (such as a linctus)bechika (medic)
cough remedybechiko (medic)
bed (of plants)bedo
flower-bedfloro-bedo
grass-plotgazon-bedo
person whose task it is to lead or follow processions (generally religious), beadle (mace-bearer)bedelo
BedouinBeduino
beguine, béguine, Beguine (member of a Christian sisterhood)begino (rel)
beguine's bonnet or capbegino-kofio (vesto)
begoniabegonio (pl)
beigebeja
beak, bill (of a bird); (tech.) spout (of a vessel)beko
anvil beakbeko di amboso
to peck atbekagar
garden warbler, beccafico, fig-eaterbekafiko (ucelo)
woodcockbekaso (ucelo)
fine, beautiful, handsome, bonnybela
beautiful objectbelajo
beauty (quality)beleso
to beautify, embellishbeligar
bellebelino
good-looking personbelo
handsome fellowbelulo
belladonna, deadly nightshadebeladono (pl)
belemnitebelemnito (fosilo)
Belgian (adj.)Belga
Belgian (n.)Belgo
BelgiumBelgia (lando)
BelizeBelize (lando)
Baluch (person)Beludjo
BaluchistanBeludjistan (lando)
belvederebelvedero (arkit)
flat (music)bemolo (muz)
band (long, narrow piece of cloth, paper, metal, etc.), strip, stripe, fillet (for the hair)bendo
platbandbendo plata (arkit)
strip of fieldagro-bendo (arkit)
piping, welt (of cloth)bordo-bendo (arkit)
platbandplat-bendo (arkit)
band-sawbendo-segilo (arkit)
grace (prayer before a meal)benedicite» (rel)
to bless, pronounce a benediction onbenedikar {tr} (rel)
Benedictine (monk or nun)benediktano (rel)
to benefit by, benefit from (something granted)beneficar {tr}
benefice, living, benefit (proceeds)benefico
beneficiary, holder of a beneficebeneficiero
BengalBengal (lando)
Bengali, Bengalese (n.)Bengalano
kind, benign, good (to others)benigna
BeninBenin (lando)
bench (long seat), form (long seat), thwart (in a boat)benko (moblo)
benzenebenzeno (kem)
benzinebenzino (kem)
benzoin, gum benzoin, gum benjaminbenzoo
benzoatebenzoato (kem)
benzoic acidbenzoat-acido (kem)
benzol, benzole (crude form of benzene)benzolo (kem)
BoeotiaBeotia (lando)
Boeotian (n.)Beotiano
natural (music)bequadro (muz)
berry, baccabero (bot)
grapevit-bero
raisinsika vit-bero
Berber (n.)Berbero
BarbaryBerberia (lando)
barberry, berberry (fruit)berberiso (frukto)
barberry, berberry (plant)berberisiero (pl)
beretberedo
aubergine, (US) egg-plantberenjeno (pl)
bergamot (citrus fruit)bergamoto (frukto)
bergamot treebergamotiero (arb)
essence of bergamotbergamot-esenco
beriberiberiberio (morbo)
berylberilo (min)
berylliumberilio (elem)
upholstered armchairberjero (moblo)
berkeliumberkelio (elem)
berlin, berline (coach)berlino (veturo)
trinket; charm (as worn on a bracelet)berloko
berm, berme (ledge of a talus, area of level ground between an earthwork and a ditch)bermo (milit)
(the) Bermudas (islands)Bermudi (lando)
brent goose, brent, brant (formerly bernacle or barnacle goose)bernaklo (ucelo)
to rock (a child)bersar {tr}
cradle (for an infant, suspended or on rockers)bersilo
lullaby, cradle songberso-kanto
B flatbes (muz)
BessarabiaBesarabia (lando)
beast, animal (other than man)bestio (animalo)
beast fighter in a Roman amphitheatrebestiario
beet (genus: Beta)beto (pl)
betel pepperbetelo (arb)
pan (betel-based snack)betelajo
BethlehemBetlehem
concrete (building material)betono (subs)
betony (labiate plant)betonio (pl)
beetroot, (US) red beetbetravo (pl)
bezique (card game)bezigo (lud)
bezoarbezoaro (zool)
to need, be in want of something necessarybezonar {tr}
(prefix indicating two, largely in scientific or technical terms)bi- {pref}
bidentatebi-denta
biconcavebi-konkava
biconvexbi-konvexa
bicorn, bicornebi-korna
bilateralbi-latera
bilingualbi-lingua
binocular (n.), "(pair of) binoculars", (double) field glassbi-lorno (aparato)
opera-glasses, opera-glassbi-lorneto (aparato)
bimetallicbi-metala
bimetallismbi-metalismo
biped, bipedalbi-peda
biplanebi-plano (veturo)
colon (written)bi-punto
to be birefracting, be birefringentbi-refraktar (min)
(beggar's) double wallet, double pouchbi-sako
to bisect (geom.)bi-sekar (geom)
bisexualbi-sexua
bivalve (mollusc)bi-valvo
Biblebiblo
bibliophile, bibliophilbibliofilo
bibliographybibliografio
bibliomaniacbibliomano
bibliomaniabibliomanio
library (building); book-casebiblioteko
book-shelf, shelf of a book-caseplanko di biblioteko
bicepsbicepso (anat)
bicyclebiciklo (veturo)
penny-farthing (bicycle), (old) high ordinary (bicycle), (US) ordinarybiciklego
to bicycle, go by bicyclebiciklirar
bidetbideto (aparato)
can (for oil, etc.), oil can, petrol can, (US) gasoline can; canteen (soldier's flask)bidono
connecting rod (such as connects a piston to a crankshaft)bielo (mek)
beefsteakbifsteko
to bifurcate, fork, branch offbifurkar {tr/ntr} [ek, kun]
forkedbifurkanta
point (railway), switch (railway fork)bifurkilo
railway junction, (US) railroad junctionbifurko-staciono
junction (of two roads)bifurko-voyo
bigamousbigama
bigamistbigamo
bigamybigameso
bigotedbigota
bigotbigoto
bigotrybigoteso
bicuspid, bicuspidate (tooth)bikuspida (anat)
bicuspid toothbikuspida dento (anat)
bile, gall (fluid)bilo (fiziol)
gallstonebilo-kalkolo (patol)
bile ductbilo-vaskulo
gall-bladderbilo-veziko
balance (accounts); balance-sheetbilanco
cup-and-ball (toy)bilboketo (ludl)
bilgebilgo (nav)
billiardsbiliardo (lud)
billiard cuebiliardo-bastono
billiard ballbiliardo-bulo
ticket, pass, written orderbilieto
cloakroom ticket (theatre), ticket (left-luggage office)kontrol-bilieto
commercial paper: notes in hand, promissory notes, bills of exchangebilieti komercala
million million, (UK traditionally) billion, (US) trillionbiliono
to celebrate mass twice in one daybinar {tr} (rel)
binary (math., mus., chem.)binara (matem)
to bind (books)bindar {tr} [ulo, kun]
binding (on a book)binduro
hoebineto
to hoebinetagar
double eye-glassbinoklo
spectaclesorel-binoklo
spectacle-caseetuyo di orel-binoklo
binocular (designed for use by both eyes)binokulara (opt)
binomial (in algebra)binomio (matem)
binomial (adj.)binomiala (matem)
biophysicsbiofiziko (cienco)
biogenesisbiogenezo (biol)
biographybiografio
biographicalbiografiala
biochemistrybiokemio (cienco)
biologybiologio (cienco)
biomassbiomaso (biol)
biomechanicsbiomekaniko (biol)
biomechanismbiomekanismo (biol)
bionicsbioniko (cienco)
biopsybiopsio (medic)
biorhythmbioritmo
biospherebiosfero
biotechnologybioteknologio (cienco)
biotopebiotopo (biol)
beerbiro (drnkj)
to brew, produce beerbirifar
brewerybiriferio
biremebiremo (batelo)
biretta (square cap)bireto (vesto)
birch (tree)birko (arb)
twice, for the second time; repeat, encore (intejection in a theatre)bis
B sharpbis (muz)
byssus (fine linen made from flax; biol.: bundle of filaments)biso
leap (of day or year)bisextila
leap-yearbisextila yaro
bisque (soup), biskbisko
BiscayBiskaya (lando)
rusk, zwieback (rusk)biskoto
bismuthbismuto (elem)
biscuit, (US) cookie, cooky, crackerbisquito
hardtack, ship's biscuit, sea biscuitbisquito navala
bistre, (US) bisterbistra (koloro)
bistre, (US) bister (pigment)bistro (subs)
bistourybisturio
bisulphate, (US) bisulfatebisulfato (kem)
disulphide, bisulphide, (US) disulfide, bisulfidebisulfido (kem)
(GB) bisulphite, (US) bisulfitebisulfito (kem)
bittbito (nav)
bit (binary digit)bito
BithyniaBitinia (lando)
bitter (lit. & fig.), sharp, poignant, acrimoniousbitra
bitternessbitreso
to make bitter; (fig.) embitterbitrigar
bitumenbitumo (subs)
to bivouacbivakar {ntr}
Byzantine (fig.), very complicatedbizantina
bizarrebizara
bevel (edge), chamfer; bezel (sloped cutting edge)bizelo
to bevelbizelizar
bevelled; (US) beveledbizelizita
bison, (US) "buffalo" (bison)bizono (mamif)
to blame, find fault withblamar {tr} [ulo, pri, pro]
blameworthyblaminda
white; (fig.) blankblanka
blank endorsementblanka indoso
white-hairedblanka-hara
white objectblankajo
dressed in whiteblanke vestizita
white (person)blanko
Mont BlancBlanka-Monto (mont)
to blaspheme (tr., intr.), swear (intr.)blasfemar {tr/ntr} (rel)
blasphemyblasfemo
blastemablastemo (biol)
cockroach, (US) roach (insect)blato (insekto)
to cloy, pall, blunt, dull (from excess), make blaséblazar {tr} [ulu, pri ulo]
to be palled, surfeited, made blaséblazesar [pri]
coat of arms, armorial bearing, blazonblazono
heraldicblazonala
heraldryblazon-arto
blende (zinc ore), zinc blende, sphaleriteblendo (min)
to lisp (pronounce "s" like "th")blezar {ntr}
blind, sightless (also fig.)blinda
blind enthuiasmblinda entuziasmo
completely blindblindega
blind personblindo
blindman's buffblindo-ludo
block, lump (of wood, stone, iron, etc.)bloko
in bulk, in the lumpbloke
to lock outbloke exkluzar
lock-outblokala exkluzo
to substitute provisionally (a brick, a tile, a typeface, etc.)blokumar {tr}
blockhouse (mil.)blokhauso (milit)
to blockade (a port), invest, besiege, surround (a town)blokusar {tr} (milit)
blond, flaxen, fair-hairedblonda
to crouch, cower, lie close to the groundblotisar {ntr} [ad, en]
blueblua
bluestocking, intellectual womanblukalzo
to bluffblufar {ntr}
to sift, bolt (flour, meal)blutar {tr}
(flour) sifterblutilo
blouse (workman's), smock (peasant's)bluzo (vesto)
(prefix indicating relationship by marriage)bo- {pref}
son-in-law; daughter-in-lawbo-filio
mother-in-lawbo-matro
relationship by marriagebo-parenteso
father-in-lawbo-patro
boa constrictorboao (rept)
bobbin, spool, reelbobino (mek)
to pledge (a ship or its cargo) as security (in bottomry)bodmeriar {tr/ntr}
bottomry (maritime law)bodmerio
gold-beater's skin (animal membrane with various uses)bodrucho
puffball (fungus: Bovista)bofisto (fungo)
bogie, bogy (assembly of wheels)bogio (mek)
BohemiaBohemia (lando)
Bohemian (native of Bohemia)Bohemiano
to boycottboikotar {tr}
mouth; opening, entrance (of a utensil, volcano, harbour, etc.)boko
mouth of a gunboko di fusilo
mouthpiece (piece held to the mouth)boko-peco
to gagboko-stopar
mouthfulbokedo
(mouth) harmonica, mouth organbok-harmoniko
napkinbok-tuko
glass jar (cylindrical, with a wide mouth)bokalo
bowlbolo
bowlfulboledo
bolero (dance)bolero» (danso)
boletusboleto (fungo)
esculent boletus, edible boletusboleto manjebla
to boil, be boilingboliar {ntr}
to boil (tr.)boliigar
kettlebolio-poto
boiling pointbolio-punto
boiling hotbolio-varma
bolide, brilliant meteor, fireball (astron.)bolido (astron)
BoliviaBolivia (lando)
Bolivian (adj.)Boliviana
Bolivian (n.)Boliviano
bolt (long pin of metal)bolto (mek)
bole (soft, reddish, friable clay), bolus (clay)boluso
bomb, bombshellbombo (armo)
bomb-proofbomb-espruva
to bombardbombardar {tr} (milit)
mortar (weapon)bombardilo
(GB) waxwing, (US) Bohemian waxwingbombicilo (ucelo)
orange-speckled toadbombinatoro (animalo)
goodbona
good thingbonajo
well (adv.)bone
good personbono
goodnessboneso
to do good (to)bonfacar
good-tempered, genialbonhumora
welcome (adj.)bonvenanta
to welcomebonvenigar {tr}
bon vivant, bon viveurbonvivanto
to be kindly disposed, wish well tobonvolar {tr/ntr} [ulu]
please, kindlybonvole
goodwill, benevolencebonvolo
sweet (confection)bonbono
soft rimless cap; bonnet (in Scotland)boneto
to speak claptrapbonimentar {ntr}
bonzebonzo (rel)
to bore (pierce with a turning motion)borar {tr} [ulo, en]
borer (tool), drill bitborilo
gimletborileto
boronboro (elem)
borageboracho (pl)
boraxboraxo (kem)
borborygm, borborygmus, rumbling in stomach or bowelsborborigmo (medic)
border, edge, brink, brim; (ship's) sidebordo
alongside, edge to edgebordo an bordo
(full) to the brimreze la bordo
over the edgesuper la bordo
curb-stonebordo-petro
to edge, hem, borderbordizar
planking, sheathing (ship)bordizuro
edging, piping, selvedge, trimming (of clothing or a cloth)bordumo
to tack (zigzag into the wind)bordear {ntr}
north wind (poet.), boreasboreo (meteor)
borealboreala (meteor)
bourgeois, tradesmanborgezo
bourgeois (adj.)borgezala
bourgeoisieborgezaro
bohriumborio (elem)
terminal (electrical)borno (elek)
BorneoBorneo (lando)
stock-exchangeborso
market price (on the exchange)borso-kurso
stockbrokerbors-agento
bossage, boss work, projecting stoneworkbosajo (arkit)
to emboss, chase (metal, leather, etc.)boselar {tr} (tekn)
Bosporus, BosphorusBosforo (mar)
small wood (trees), boskbosko
grove, coppicebosketo
BosniaBosnia (lando)
Bosnian (adj.)Bosniana
Bosnian (n.)Bosniano
boston (card game, dance)bostono
boot (for foot and leg), long bootboto (vesto)
short boot (for foot and lower leg)boteto
bootlast, boot-treebotformizilo
to put boots onbotizar
boot-jackbottirilo
botanybotaniko (cienco)
to botanise, botanize (collect plants for study), herborise, herborizebotanizar {ntr} (bot)
bottlebotelo
BotswanaBotswana (lando)
botulismbotulismo (patol)
ox; bull; cowbovo (mamif)
bovinebovala
cowbovino
beefbovkarno
bullbovulo
calfbovyuno
to box (sport)boxar {tr/ntr} (sporto)
boxerboxero
boxing gloveboxo-ganto
boxing matchboxo-kombato
buoyboyo (nav)
life-buoysalvo-boyo
boyarboyaro
BrabantBrabant (lando)
native of BrabantBrabantano
brace (of a yard)braco (nav)
braceletbraceleto
breeches, knickerbockersbracho (vesto)
sloth (animal)bradipo (mamif)
pointer (dog)brako (mamif)
arm (anat.; fig.: arm of sea)brakio
brachialbrakiala
armfulbrakiedo
brassard, brassart, armlet (to show function or office)brakiumo
brachycephalic, brachycephalousbrakicefala (antrop)
brachycephalbrakicefalo (antrop)
brachiopod, lamp shellbrakiopodo
brachistochronebrakistokrono
bractbrakteo (bot)
to make the characteristic call (of any animal, such as bull, cow, ass, sheep, horse)bramar {ntr}
bellowing; lowing; braying; bleating; neighing; (fig.) roaring, yelling (of a mob)bramo
Brahman, Brahminbramano (rel)
Brahmanismbramanismo
branbrano (subs)
branch (also geom., geneal.), boughbrancho
branch route, branch linebrancho-voyo
firebrand, flaming torchbrando
brandybrandio (drnkj)
to brandish, flourish (a sword, etc.)brandisar {tr}
shaft (as used in pairs, for a cart, waggon, etc.)brankardo (mek)
gill (of a fish), branchiabrankio (zool)
branchiopodbrankiopodo (animalo)
to stir, mix up (ingredients); (fig.) concoct, plot (schemes, etc.)brasar {tr}
brave, bold, valiantbrava
bravely; (interj.) bravobrave
brave person, one of the bravebravo
bravura ariabravur-ario (muz)
to braze (join with hard solder)brazar {tr}
BrazilBrazilia (lando)
Brazilian (adj.)Braziliana
Brazilian (n.)Braziliano
breach, break, gap, opening (in a wall, etc.)brecho
gap-tootheddento-brechoza
to make a gap inbrechizar
brecciabrechio (geol)
brake, break (four-wheeled open horse-drawn carriage)breko (veturo)
common breambremo (fisho)
strap (to carry a pack etc), sling (for lifting or carrying something); braces, (US) suspenders (for trousers)bretelo
Breton (adj.)Bretona
Breton (n.)Bretono
BrittanyBretonia (lando)
(papal) briefbrevo (ekl)
breviarybreviaro (rel)
embers (hot or cold)brezo
brazier (of hot coals)brez-baseno
bridle (of a horse); (fig.) check, curbbrido
brig (ship)brigo (batelo)
spanker (sail)brigo-seglo (nav)
brigadebrigado (milit)
brigadierbrigadiero
brigadier, (US) brigadier generalbrigad-generalo
brigantinebrigantino (batelo)
brickbriko (arkit)
briquette, briquetbriketo
brick field, brick yard, brick-kilnbrikiferio
bricklayingbrik-konstruktado
to do odd jobs, be busy with various things, potter, (US) putterbrikolar {tr/ntr}
to shine (emit or reflect light)brilar {ntr} [de, per, pro]
brilliant stylebrilanta stilo
brilliant (brilliant-cut diamond)brilianto (gemol)
strand (of a rope or cord)brino
bun (made with butter and egg), briochebriocho
brisk, lively, sprightlybriska
British (of the ancient Britons)Britana
Briton (ancient)Britano
Britain, Great BritainBritania (lando)
BritishBritaniana
Briton (native of Britain)Britaniano
breeze (of wind)brizo (meteor)
breezybrizoza
shoal, reef (level with sea surface)brizanto (geog)
broochbrocho
breastpin; safety pinbrocho-pinglo
to embroider with needle-workbrodar {tr} [sur]
to broadcast (radio, television)brodkastar {tr}
broadcast, broadcastingbrodkasto
to deal in second-hand goodsbrokantar {ntr} (pek)
second-hand (adv.)brokante
brocadebrokato (stofo)
brocatelle, (US) brocatel (fabric, mineral)brokatelo
broccolibrokoli-kaulo (pl)
brominebromo (elem)
bromide (chem.)bromido (kem)
bronchusbronkio (anat)
bronchitisbronkito (morbo)
brontosaurus, brontosaurbrontosauro (paleo)
bronzebronzo (subs)
to brush (the hair, etc.)brosar {tr}
brush (implement)brosilo
to stitch, sew (books)broshar {tr} [en, kun]
stitched brochurebroshuro
eyebrow, brow (of an eye)brovo
green husk, shell (of a nut), (US) shuck (of a nut)bruo (bot)
wheelbarrowbrueto (aparato)
to make a noise, rustle, rattle, clatter, rumblebruisar {ntr}
noise (of any kind, but chiefly when loud or disagreeable), rattle, rumble, report (of a gun), bang, slam (ofbruiso
to burn (also fig.), consume with fire; wound or injure with fire; scorchbrular {tr/ntr}
burnt objectbrulajo
burntbrulita
burn markbruluro
brown; dusky, swarthy; dark-haired, brunette (adj.)bruna
brownishbrunatra
golden brownbrun-orea
BruneiBrunei (lando)
to burnish (brass, gold, etc.)brunisar {tr} (tekn)
Brunswick (duchy)Brunsvig (lando)
brusque, gruff, abrupt, bluntbruska
brute (animal; fig. of man)bruto (animalo)
brutalbrutala
urchin, waif, street Arabbubo
bubal, bubalisbubalo (mamif)
bubobubono (patol)
to slaughter (animals for food), butcher (kill)buchar {tr}
abattoirbucherio
to sulk, be sullenbudar {ntr} [ad, kontre, pri]
budgetbudjeto (financ)
boudoir, lady's private roombuduaro (arkit)
to swell, puff up, distendbufar {ntr} [de, pro]
bouffantbufanta
buffalobufalo (mamif)
refreshment room, buffetbufeto
buffoon, clown, jesterbufono
buffer (as for trains)bufro (mek)
valved trumpetbuglo (muzin)
buckrambugrano (stofo)
wax (or stearin) candle; spark(ing) plug; bougie (med.)bujio
cowboy; buccaneer, buccanierbukaniero
bouquet, nosegay, posybuketo
Bukhara, BokharaBukharia (lando)
buckle (clasp)buklo (mek)
prong of a bucklebuklo-pinto
to bucklebuklagar
bookmakerbukmakero
bucolic (poem)bukoliko (poez)
ball (solid, as for play in billiards, baseball, etc.); bubblebulo
ball (solid, as for play in billiards, baseball, etc.)bulo
(papal) bullbul-letro
bulb (of a plant)bulbo
bulldogbuldogo (mamif)
bulldozerbuldozero (aparato)
bulletin, small periodicalbuletino
BulgariaBulgaria (lando)
Bulgarian (adj.)Bulgariana
Bulgarian (n.)Bulgariano
bulimiabulimio (morbo)
bowlinebulino (nav)
bouillon, brothbuliono (koquo)
boulevardbulvardo
boomerangbumerango
many-coloured; motley, checkered, piebald, dappledbunta [per]
BoerBuro
stuffing material (of short hair etc., and also used for making mortar); wad, wadding (for guns)buro (subs)
squall; (fig.) outburst of passionburasko (meteor)
core (of a boil)burbiliono (patol)
bumble-bee, humble-beeburdono
frieze (woolen fabric), baizeburelo (stofo)
burette, (US) buretbureto
market-town, borough, burghburgo
burgraveburgravo
Burgundian (ancient)Burgundo
BurgundyBurgundia (lando)
Burgundian (n.)Burgundiano
budburjono (bot)
burlesque; ludicrousburleska
BurmaBurma (lando)
Burmese (adj.)Burmana
Burmese (n.), BurmanBurmano
Arab or Moorish hooded cloak, burnous, burnouse, (US) burnooseburnuso (vesto)
bureaucratburokrato
bureaucraticburokratala
bureaucracy (collectively)burokrataro
bureaucracy (system)burokratismo
purse; wallet, (US) pocket bookburso
BurundiBurundi (lando)
box (tree)buso (arb)
box-woodbus-ligno
thicket, spinneybusho
bushel (measure)bushelo (mez)
Bushman (Africa)Bushmano
busk (corset stay)busko (vesto)
compass (magnetic)busolo (instr)
binnaclebusol-buxo
bowspritbusprito (nav)
bust (upper front part of human body; sculpture or painting thereof)busto (arto)
boustrophedon writingbustrofedono
to stumble (in walking), trip (catch one's foot), strike one's foot; butt (join end to end or side by side, but not overlapping), abutbutar {ntr} [kontre, sur]
butt jointbut-junto
butt weldbut-weldo
butanebutano (kem)
shop, store (offering goods for sale)butiko
flowering rushbutomo (pl)
button (clothing)butono
bottonholebuton-truo
botton-hookbuton-tirilo
collar studkolumo-butono
cuff linkparamento-butono
bitternbutoro (ucelo)
butterbutro
bullfinchbuvrelo (ucelo)
boxbuxo
buzzard (bird)buzo (ucelo)
i.e., that is to sayce (= co esas)
this (adj.)ca (= ica)
in this mannerca-maniere
tsar, czar; tsarina, czarinacaro
tsarina, czarinacarino
tsar, czarcarulo
cecidium, gallcecidio (bot)
to cede, yield, give up; assign (property)cedar {tr} [ulo, ad ulu, pri ulo]
grantee, assigneecedario
transferable, assignablecedebla
conciliatorycedema
yielding (n.), relinquishmentcedo
cedillacedilio
cedar (tree)cedro (arb)
cedrat, cedrate (fruit, a large variety of citron or lemon)cedrato (frukto)
cephalopodcefalopodo (animalo)
caecum, (US) cecumceko (anat)
to hide, conceal, secrete. keep secretcelar {tr} [ulo, de ulu]
to shoot from covercele pafar
hidden, concealedcelita
hide-and-seek, (US) hide-and-go-seek (game)celo-trovo (lud)
to celebrate, commemoratecelebrar {tr}
celerycelerio (pl)
celibateceliba
cellophanecelofano (subs)
cell (small cavity (as in a honeycomb, plant or animal; small room in convent or prison, etc.)celulo
celluloidceluloido
celluloseceluloso (biokem)
arolla pine, Swiss stone pinecembro (arb)
cementcemento (subs)
to suject to cementation (impregnating the surface of a metal with another substance, using heat, as in steel-making and case-hardening)cementacar {tr} (tekn)
cementationcementaco
scene (place; part of an act); scenery (theatre)ceno
stage (of a theatre)ceneyo
still lifeceno senviva
theatrical, dramaticcenala
coenobite, cenobitecenobito (rel)
cenotaphcenotafio
censor (senior Roman magistrate)censoro
to censor (books, plays, letters, etc.)censurar {tr}
hundredcent
(a) hundred, one hundred; (in reckoning interest or fractional parts) centcento
centennial (adj.)centyara
centenariancentyariero
centenary (hundredth anniversary), (US) centennial (n.)centesma aniversario
three per centtri po cento
centuryyarcento
cent (unit of money)cent»
centscent-i»
centaur (myth., astr.)centauro
centaurea (plant of a family including the cornflower and knapweed), centaurycentaureo (pl)
common centaury, centaurycentaurio (pl)
centesimal (adj.: fraction, division)centezimala (mez)
centi- (hundredth part)centi- {pref}
centiare, centare (square metre)centiaro (mez)
cabbage rosecentifolio (pl)
centigradecentigrada (mez)
centigram, centigrammecentigramo (mez)
centilitre, (US) centilitercentilitro (mez)
centimecentimo (pek)
centimetre, (US) centimetercentimetro (mez)
cento (verse)centono
centre, (US) center (also fig.)centro
centralcentrala
to centralisecentraligar
to act on with (apparent) centrifugal force, centrifugecentrifugar {tr} (mek)
centrifugalcentrifugala (mek)
centriolecentriolo (biol)
to act on with centripetal forcecentripetar {tr} (mek)
centripetalcentripetala (mek)
centroidcentroido (geom)
centrolecithalcentrolecita (biol)
centroplasmcentroplasmo (biol)
centrosomecentrosomo (biol)
century (unit of soldiers)centurio
centurioncenturiono
cepcepo
sceptre, (US) scepterceptro
large wax candle (as used in churches)cero
ceramicsceramiko (arto)
plant of the genus Cerastiumcerastio (pl)
mouse-ear chickweedcerastio agrala (pl)
cerate, medicated paste or stiff ointment containing waxcerato (medkm)
Cerberus (pr. and fig.)cerbero
cerealcerealo
cerebellumcerebelo
braincerebro
to have a ceremony, take part in a ceremonyceremoniar {ntr}
ceremonyceremonio
ceremonialceremoniala
chervilcerfolio (pl)
ceriumcerio (elem)
cherry (fruit)cerizo (frukto)
cherry treeceriziero (arb)
cerise, cherry-colouredcerizea
cherry laurelcerizlauro (arb)
to beset, encircle (militarily), surround with hostile intentions; (fig.) cut or dig around (a tree)cernar {tr}
sure, certaincerta
certainty (something certain)certajo
surely, certainlycerte
certainty (quality)certeso
a certain, a particularcertena
tree creeper (bird)certio (ucelo)
to certify (as correct or authentic)certifikar {tr}
certificationcertifiko
certificatecertifikuro
earwax, cerumencerumeno (fiziol)
ceruse, white lead (pigment)ceruzo (kem)
deercervo (mamif)
hind, roecervino
stag, hartcervulo
C flat (music)ces» (muz)
to cease, stop, discontinuecesar {tr/ntr} [ulo, per]
cessationceso
to put a stop to, cause to discontinueigar
unceasingsencesa
caesium, (US) cesiumcesio (elem)
cestus, caestus (boxer's gauntlet)cesto (antiq)
cetacean, ~whalecetaceo (mamif)
remaining (those left out, further to those named)cetera
rest (that left over), remaindercetero
rest (those left over), remaining onesceteri
et cetera, and the reste cetere
et ceteri, and the other peoplee ceteri
beetle of the type Cetoniacetonio (insekto)
rose chafer, rose scarabee, beetle-chafercetonio orea (insekto)
CeylonCeylon (lando)
Ceylonese (adj.)Ceylonana
Ceylonese (n.), CingaleseCeylonano
caesar, emperor (especially Roman)cezaro
CaesarCezaro
Caesarismcezarismo
caesura, (US) cesuracezuro (poez)
to grieve (be sorrowful), (have) sorrowchagrenar {ntr} [pri ulo]
sorrowful, sadchagrenanta
grief, sorrow, sadnesschagreno
to grieve (cause to grieve), saddenchagrenigar
shako, shackochako
"jacquet" (a variety of backgammon)chaketo (lud)
chalaza (bot., zool.)chalazo
challenge (periodical contest in which the prize is a cup or trophy lent to the winner); challenge cup (the trophy itself)chalenjo
chamois (animal)chamo (mamif)
chamois (leather), chammy leather, shammy leatherchamo-pelo
chamois(-coloured), buff(-coloured)chamea
chamadechamado
polonaise (woman's bodice and skirt in one piece, showing an underskirt)chamaro (vesto)
chamberlainchambelano
room, chamber; (fig.) house of parliamentchambro (arkit)
chamber of commercechambro di komerco
furnished roomchambro moblizita
bathroombalno-chambro
dining roomrepasto-chambro
dressing-gownchambro-robo
rooms (collectively), suite of roomschambraro
Champagne (region)Champania (lando)
champagnechampanio (drnkj)
champignon, meadow mushroom, field mushroomchampiniono (fungo)
championchampiono
championship (state)championeso
championship (contest)championo-konkurso
chance, (good or bad) luck, possibility, likelihood (chance)chanco
muzzle (face of a horse, dog etc., from ears to nose)chanfreno
to change, alterchanjar {tr/ntr} [ulo ad ulo]
chancrechankro (patol)
edge or narrow side of a flat or slim object (such as a coin or a book)chanto
cope (cloak); (arch.) coping; (fig.) protective coveringchapo
hat (with a brim all round)chapelo
bicorn, bicorne (hat)chapelo bi-korna
top hatchapelo cilindra (vesto)
felt hat, ~trilbychapelo felta (vesto)
three-cornered hatchapelo tri-korna
clerical hatklerik-chapelo
chapter (of a book)chapitro
chaplet (part of a rosary)chapleto (rel)
(antiq.) chariot; (modern) (ornamental) cart (two-wheeled or four-wheeled)charo (veturo)
hearse (old-fashioned)charo funerala (veturo)
ox-cartbovo-charo
cart-loadcharedo
light two-wheeled cart, cariole, carriole (light cart), jaunting-carchareto (veturo)
wagon, waggon (four-wheeled road vehicle for heavy loads)charioto (veturo)
to load (a vehicle, an animal, etc.), lade, burden; load or charge (a gun, etc.)charjar {tr} [ye, per ulo]
to overloadsuper-charjar
beast of burdencharjo-bestio
to charm, delightcharmar {tr}
charmcharmo
charming, delightfulcharmiva
hinge (of a door, box, etc.), (hinge-like) joint (as for drawing compass)charniro (mek)
charter (document granting rights or privileges)charto
to chase; huntchasar {tr/ntr} [ulu, de, per]
game, thing huntedchasajo
gamekeeperchas-gardisto
hunting-dogchas-hundo
chaste; (fig.) pure (in taste, style)chasta
chastitychasteso
chasublechazublo
at, in, to (someone in his or her house, home or place), with (a people, in respect of their customs)che {prep}
chief, leader, headchefo
chief, leadingchefa
master key, pass keychefa klefo
leadership (position, authority)chefeso
chief engineerchef-injenioro
superintendent, comptroller, overseerchef-kontrolisto
prime ministerchef-ministro
chief priestchef-sacerdoto
chief town, capitalchef-urbo
Czech (adj.)Cheka
Czech (n.)Cheko
cheque, (US) check (financial)cheko (financ)
CzechoslovakiaChekoslovakia (lando)
sallet, salet, saladechelato
dear (in price), expensive, costlychera (pek)
to draw (a liquid, such as water from a spring or river, wine from a barrel; or, figuratively, an example from another author); (fig.) take,cherpar {tr} [ulo, de, ek]
(arch.) V-shaped piece in a roof; (fig.) chevron (V-shape)chevrono
chiffchaffchifchafo (ucelo)
to encipher, write in cipherchifrar {tr}
chigoe (tropical flea), chigger, jigger, sand fleachigo (insekto)
chic, natty, stylish and original, smartchika
chic, knack, adroitness; originality and taste (as in dress)chikeso
chylechilo (fiziol)
ChileChili (lando)
Chilean (adj.)Chiliana
Chilean (n.)Chiliano
chymechimo (fiziol)
chimpanzeechimpanzeo (mamif)
chinchilla (animal)chinchilo (mamif)
ChinaChinia (lando)
Chinese (adj.)Chiniana
Chinese (n.)Chiniano
Indian ink, China inkChini-inko
chignon (back hair of a woman)chiniono
cheap, inexpensivechipa (pek)
CyprusChipro (lando)
Cypriot, Cyprian (adj.)Chiprana
Cypriot, Cyprian (n.)Chiprano
chitinchitino (biokem)
choana, internal nostrilchoano
chocolatechokolado
to be out of work, suspend work on, rest from work (as on a day of rest)chomar {tr/ntr}
beer glass (holding about a pint); (fig.) pintchopino
roadway; causewaychoseo
jackdawchuvo (ucelo)
these (pron.)ci (= ici)
cyanogenciano (kem)
cyanatecianato (kem)
prussic, hydrocyanic (acid)cianhidra (kem)
cyanidecianido (kem)
cyanophilouscianofila (biol)
sciaticciatika (anat)
sciaticaciatik-nevralgio (morbo)
cyberneticscibernetiko (cienco)
cibol, ciboule, chibol, Welsh onion, Japanese bunching onioncibolo (pl)
chive (plant), cive, chivesciboleto (pl)
pyx, ciborium (religious vessel)ciborio (rel)
cicisbeo (publicly acknowledged lover of a married woman)cicisbeo
cidercidro (drnkj)
sky (pr. and fig.); heavencielo
celestial; heavenlycielala
sky-blue (adj.)ciel-blua
skyscraperciel-skrapero
(the) celestial vaultciel-vulto
sciencecienco
scientificciencala
scientist, savantciencisto
digit, cipher (number sign)cifro
dial, face (of clock, gauge, compass, etc.)cifro-plako (tekn)
Gypsy, gypsy, Gipsy, gipsy (person)cigano
swancigno (ucelo)
cicada, cicalacikado (insekto)
scar, cicatrix (mark remaining from wound or ulcer)cikatro (fiziol)
cycle: period of recurrent events (astron., biol., elec., econ., etc.); cycle (bicycle, etc.)ciklo
cycling (activity, sport)ciklismo
cyclamen (plant)ciklameno (pl)
cyclitis, inflammation of the ciliary body of the eyeciklito (patol)
cycloid (geom.)cikloido (geom)
cyclometry (geometry and measurement of circles)ciklometrio (geom)
cyclone (meteor.)ciklono (meteor)
Cyclops (myth. & fig.), one-eyed monsterciklopo (mitol)
cyclosiscikloso (biol)
cyclotronciklotrono
storkcikonio (ucelo)
chicory, succorycikorio (pl)
hemlock (plant; poison)cikuto
cilium (bot., zool.)cilio
eyelash (single hair)cilio-pilo
ciliary (of a cilium or cilia)ciliala
ciliate (adj.)cilioza
ciliary (of the ciliary body)ciliara (anat)
cilice, hair shirtcilico
CiliciaCilicia (lando)
cylindercilindro
cylindroidcilindroido (geom)
bedbugcimo (insekto)
cyma, cymatium, ogee (moulding)cimaso (arkit)
cymbalcimbalo (muzin)
scimitarcimitaro (armo)
cinnabar (mineral), vermilion (pigment)cinabro (kem)
vermilion, vermillion (in colour)cinabrea (koloro)
cinnamon (bark), Ceylon cinnamoncinamo
cinnamon (tree)cinamiero (arb)
hippocrascinam-vino (arb)
ash, ashes, cinders (of coal); embers (of wood)cindro (subs)
ash-blondecindro-blonda
Ash Wednesdaycindro-merkurdio (rel)
ash-colouredcindrea
to reduce to ashes, incineratecindrigar
incinerationcindrigo
ash-tray, ash-pan, ash-can, ash-bincindruyo
cine-camera, (US) movie cameracinekamero (aparato)
cinema, picture-house, (US) movie housecinemo (fot)
kinematicscinematiko (fizk)
to film, take moving picturescinematografar {tr} (fot)
cinematographcinematografilo
film (moving picture)cinematografuro
cinerariacinerario (pl)
kineticcinetika (fizk)
cynicalcinika
cynicciniko
cynicismcinikeso
dipper (bird)cinklo (ucelo)
spark (of fire); (fig.) sparkle (of anything shining or vivid)cintilo
to emit sparks; glitter, sparkle, scintillate, twinklecintilifar
cippus (a low column used by the ancients as a landmark, funerary monument, etc.)cipo
cypress (coniferous tree of the genus Cupressus)cipreso (arb)
carp (fish of the genus Cyprinus)ciprino (fisho)
polish (as for shoes and boots)cirajo (subs)
to apply polishcirajizar
bootblackcirajizisto
circuscirko
CircassiaCirkasia (lando)
Circassian (person)Cirkasiano
circlecirklo (geom)
to turn in a circlejirar cirkle
to circumcisecirkoncizar {tr} [ulu]
circumcisioncirkoncizo
to surround, encompasscirkondar {tr}
surroundingcirkondanta
(fig.) confidants, friends and relationscirkondanti
circumflex (adj.)cirkonflexa
circumflexcirkonflexo
wary, circumspect, cautiouscirkonspekta
circumstance (a fact, occurrence or condition attending something else)cirkonstanco
circumstantialcirkonstancala
extenuating circumstancescirkonstanci tenuiganta
circumvallation (rampart, entrenchment or fortification surrounding a town or fort)cirkonvalaciono (fortif)
circumvolution (winding of one thing around another; that rolled around something else)cirkonvoluciono
circuit (perimeter, compass, circumference; path of an electric current; judge's round); roundabout waycirkuito
short circuitkurta cirkuito (elek)
to circulate, move around, flow in a circuitous way; (of money, etc.) pass from hand to handcirkular {ntr} [sur, en]
to (cause to) circulate, put into circulationcirkuligar
circular (letter, notice)cirkulero
about, around, roundaboutcirkum {prep}
around, round, roundabout; roughly (of a place, time or quantity)cirkume {adv}
surroundings, settingcirkumajo
to go or wind aroundcirkumirar {tr/ntr}
circuitous way, detourcirkumiro
to enclose, inclosecirkumklozar
circumpolarcirkumpola
to circumscribe (geom.)cirkumskribar {tr} (geom)
circumnutationcirkumnutaciono (bot)
cirrus (cloud)ciruso (meteor)
C sharpcis (muz)
on this side ofcis {prep}
hither (on this side)cisa
(on) this sidecise
cisalpinecisalpa
fissiparouscisipara (biol)
cissoidcisoido (matem)
Cisterciancisterciano (rel)
rainwater tank, rainwater cisterncisterno
to cite, quote (an author)citar {tr} [ulu]
citingcito
citation (text cited)citajo
author citedcitato
citadel (also fig.)citadelo
cittern, cither, cithern; zithercitaro (muzin)
laburnum, cytisuscitizo (arb)
cytode, protoplasm body without nucleuscitodo (biol)
cytokinecitokino (biokem)
cytologycitologio
cytoplasmcitoplasmo (biol)
cytosomecitosomo (biol)
citratecitrato (kem)
citron (fruit)citrono (frukto)
citron treecitroniero
citruscitruso (arb)
citrus fruitcitrus-frukto (frukto)
civet, civet catciveto (mamif)
civil (concerning the ordinary citizen and his rights; not military or criminal); lay (not ecclesiastical)civila
civil code (of law)civila kodexo
civil marriagecivila mariajo
to civilise, civilizecivilizar {tr}
civilisation (state of advancement)civilizeso
civic spirit or devotion, principles of good citizenship, civismcivismo
city, town (as a political body)civito (polit)
citizencivitano
citizenshipcivitaneso
conferring of citizenship, naturalisationcivitanigo
civil warcivitanala milito
common lawcivitanala yuro
scissorscizo
shearscizego
to scissor, shearcizagar {tr}
chiselcizelo
to chisel, chasecizelagar
this (thing)co (= ico)
conquistadorconquistador»
corpus juris, body of the lawcorpus juris» (leg)
by (indicates the doer of an action, the agent after a passive verb or the author of a work)da {prep}
DaciaDacia (lando)
common daphne, spurge-olive, dwarf baydafno (pl)
dagger (weapon), dirkdago (armo)
fallow deerdaimo (mamif)
dactyl (in verse), dactylicdaktilo (poez)
by the (indicating the doer)dal [= da la]
dahliadalio (pl)
DalmatiaDalmatia (lando)
Dalmatian (person)Dalmatiano
dalmaticdalmatiko
Daltonism (colour blindness)daltonismo (medic)
person with Daltonismdaltonismiko
married or widowed woman; dame; queen (in cards, chess etc.)damo
draught-board, (US) checker-boarddamo-planko
draughts, (US) checkers (game)dami
to play draughts (US: checkers)ludar per dami
damson (fruit)damaceno (frukto)
damask (fabric)damasko (stofo)
to damascene, damask (usually iron or steel, with gold or silver)damaskinar {tr}
demijohndamijano
to damn (theol. & fig.)damnar {tr}
young lady, damsel, maiden, wench; miss, maid (unmarried woman), spinsterdamzelo
DanishDana
DaneDano
dandy, fashionably elegant man, ~fopdandio
DenmarkDania (lando)
danger, peril, jeopardydanjero
endanger, jeopardisepozar en danjero
dangerousdanjeroza
to thankdankar {tr} [ulu, pri, pro ulo]
to dancedansar {tr/ntr}
(the) DanubeDanubio (river)
dart (pointed missile); sting (weapon of an insect)dardo
(the) Dardanelles, HellespontDardaneli (mar)
to have a right (to ...), be permitted (to ...); (darfas) maydarfar {ntr}
to darn (garments)darnar {tr}
DarwinismDarwinismo
DarwinianDarwinala
date (calendar)dato
to date (a letter, etc.)datizar
date (fruit)datelo (frukto)
date treedateliero
dative (case)dativo (gram)
datura; ~thorn-apple, (US) ~jimson-weed, ~jimpson-weed (Datura stramonium)daturo (pl)
badgerdaxo (mamif)
to dazzle, overpower by bright or moving lights; (fig.) dazzle, excite to admiration by brilliancy, beauty, cleverness etc.dazlar {tr}
from (indicating starting point, origin or derivation. E.g. "treno de London", "blinda de nasko", "de omna lateri", "komprar de ulu", "malada de febro"); ofde {prep}
from behindde dop
from nowde nun
from underde sub
anewdenove
to cut off, cut awaydetranchar {tr}
turn away, avert (turn aside)deturnar {tr} [ulu, ulo, de]
to derive (come, issue, originate)devenar
since whende-kande
for a long time pastde-longe
from that time, since thende-lore
since (prep.)de-pos
since (conj.)de-pos ke
since (adv.), from that timede-pose
to take (something from)de-prenar {tr} [ulo, de]
to gnaw (something) awayde-rodar {tr} [ulo]
to cut off, cut awayde-tranchar {tr}
goddeo
GodDeo (rel)
goddessdeino
deismdeismo
Corpus Christi (festival)Deo-festo
to owe (something to someone), be under obligation (to someone, for something)debar {tr/ntr} [ulo, ad ulu] (financ)
debt (something owed), debitdebajo (financ)
debt of honourdebo honorala
balance duedeb-restajo (financ)
to run into debtcharjar su per debi (financ)
to debatedebatar {tr} [ulo, kun ulu]
debit (entry on the debtor side of an account, recording a sum owed)debeto (financ)
to debit (a sum to someone's account)debetigar (financ)
debit accountdebet-konto (financ)
(of persons) weak by nature or temperament, feebledebila
to debilitate, make weakdebiligar
to retail, offer for (retail) sale; (of a liquid) allow to flowdebitar {tr} [ulo]
to live immorally, live dissolutely, overindulge in sensual pleasuresdebochar {ntr}
debauchee, libertine, rakedebochero
to debauch (cause to be dissolute)debochigar
to debouch (move into a more open space from a narrow pass or confined space, in a military context)debushar {ntr} (milit)
to make one's debut; (fig.) set out, start, take one's first stepsdebutar {ntr}
to be decent or properdecar {ntr}
decent, becoming, decorousdecanta
it is proper (that ...)decas {imp}
decency, proprietydeco
Decemberdecembro
decemvir (in ancient Rome)decemviro
to descend (from ancestors)decendar {ntr} [de]
descendant, descendent (n.), offspringdecendanto
progeny, posterity, descent (collectively)decendantaro
descent (derivation from an ancestor)decendo
to go down, descend, move downdecensar {tr/ntr} [de]
descent (moving down)decenso
to disappoint, defeat (the hopes, the expectations of someone)deceptar {tr} [ulu]
to discover the key to a cipher (and thereby decipher)dechifrar {tr} [ulo]
to decide, settle, determine (a theoretical question)decidar {tr/ntr} [ulo, pri ulo]
to act with decisionagar decidoze
to make a decisionfacar decido
decisivedecidema
deciduous membrane, deciduadeciduo
decigram, decigrammedecigramo (mez)
deciledecilo (matem)
decilliondeciliono
decilitre, (US) deciliterdecilitro (mez)
"decime" (ten centimes, a tenth of a franc)decimo (pek)
to decimate (kill one in ten)decimacar {tr}
decimal (adj.)decimala (aritm)
decimal (number)decimalo (aritm)
decimetre, (US) decimeterdecimetro (mez)
cubic decimetredecimetro-kubo (mez)
square decimetredecimetro-quadrato (mez)
to dedicate (consecrate to a divine being; devote to a sacred use; inscribe or address to someone)dedikar {tr} [ulo ad ulu]
to deduce, inferdeduktar {tr} [ulo, de] (log)
defect, flaw, fault, blemish, imperfectiondefekto
defective, faultydefektoza
defective (grammar)defektiva (gram)
to defenddefensar {tr} [ulu, ulo, kontre]
defensible, defendabledefensebla
defensivedefensiva
to defer to, show deference to, comply with the wishes ofdeferencar {tr} [ulu]
deferent (anat., bot., math.)deferenta
to cool down (of a fever)defervecar {ntr} (medic)
defervescence (decrease of feverish symptoms)deferveco
to defy, challenge, daredefiar {tr} [ulu, pri ulo]
defying (act), defiance, challengedefio
deficient (of a number that exceeds the sum of its divisors)deficienta (matem)
deficitdeficito (financ)
to defile, file off, march past (of troops)defilar {ntr} [avan ulu]
defile (narrow gorge or pass)defileo
to define, state the meaning ofdefinar {tr}
definitiondefino
defined; definite (article)definita
definitive, final (as of an arrangement or judgment)definitiva
to deform, put out of shapedeformar {tr} [ulo]
to degenerate, deterioratedegenerar {ntr}
to condescend, deign, vouchsafedegnar {ntr}
to demote, degrade (lower in grade or rank, remove from office)degradar {tr} [ulu]
dehiscentdehicenta (bot)
to lunch, eat lunch (midday meal)dejunar {ntr} [de, per]
lunch (midday meal)dejuno
to be on dutydejurar {ntr}
duty officer, orderly officerdejuranta oficiro
tendek
tenth (adj.)dekesma
(a) tenth (part)dekimo
by tensdekope
tenfold (adj.)dekopla
tenfold (adv.), ten times (as many, as much)dekople
twelvedek-e-du
ten times (on ten occasions)dek-foye
ten-year (adj.), decennialdek-yara
decadeyardeko
to deteriorate, decline (physically or morally), be decadent, be in a state of decaydekadar {ntr}
decadent, decayingdekadanta
decadence, decaydekado
decahedrondekaedro (geom)
decagondekagono (geom)
decagramdekagramo (mez)
decalitre, (US) decaliterdekalitro (mez)
decalcomania (design transferred), decal, transferdekalkomanio
Decalogue, (the) Ten Commandmentsdekalogo (rel)
decametre, (US) decameterdekametro (mez)
dean (ecclesiastic or academic)dekano
to decant (a liquid)dekantar {tr} [ulo]
to scale, scour, pickle, clean (metal to remove surface impurities)dekapar {tr} [ulo]
decasteredekastero (mez)
to declaim (speak or deliver in an oratorically)deklamar {tr} [ulo, ad ulu]
to deliver a haranguedeklamachar
to declaredeklarar {tr} [ulo, ad ulu]
to decline, inflect (grammar: tr.); deviate from the meridian (astr.; compass needle: intr.)deklinar {tr/ntr}
inflection (gram., of verbs); declination (magnetic or astronomical)deklino
to decoct (extract the useful substance of by boiling)dekoktar {tr}
to cut (a garment) low (so the wearer's neck is fully visible); to bare the neck (and shoulders)dekoltar {tr}
décolleté (low-cut)dekoltita
décolletagedekolturo
to decorate (a house, etc.)dekorar {tr}
decrement (phys.)dekremento (fizk)
to decree, enactdekretar {tr} [ulo]
to lie (down) in a particular way (on one's side, back, etc.)dekubitar {ntr} (medic)
decubitus, posture when lying down, posture in beddekubito (medic)
from thedel [= de la]
to delegate (someone)delegar {tr} [ulu]
delegatedelegito
delegation (group of delegates)delegaciono
to delightdelektar {tr} [ulu]
to be delighteddelektesar
delightdelekteso
delightful, delectabledelektiva
deleterious (biol.)deletera (biol)
dolphin (mammal: Delphinus); the Dolphin, Delphinus (constellation); dauphin (France)delfino
dolphin (as adj.); delphin (of the dauphin; of Latin classics)delfinala
delphinium, ~larkspurdelfinelo (pl)
to deliberatedeliberar {ntr} [pri ulo, kun ulu]
delightdelicio
delightful, deliciousdelicioza
delicate, refineddelikata
delicacy (object)delikatajo
exquisite, superfinedelikatega
delicacy (quality)delikateso
to commit an offence (US: offense) against the lawdeliktar {ntr} [kontre ulo] (judic)
offender, malefactordeliktanto
misdemeanour, offence, (US) misdemeanor, offensedelikto
corpus delicti, substance of the offencematerio di la delikto
to deliquescedeliquecar {ntr} (kem)
to be delirious, ravedelirar {ntr}
deliriousdeliranta
delirium (state of being delirious)deliro
deltadelto (geog)
deltoid muscle (anat.)deltoido
demagoguedemagogo
demagogy, demagoguerydemagogio (polit)
to ask fordemandar {tr} [ulo, de ulu, ad ulu]
request, asking; demand (economic)demando
to take steps, take measures (through influence on others, to obtain something, such as help or a favour)demarshar {ntr} [por ulu, por ulo]
insane, dementeddementa
mental hospital, lunatic asylumdementerio
dementiadementeso
to accuse (someone) of lying, give the lie to (someone), assert that (someone) has lied; flatly contradict (somethingdementiar {tr} [ulu, pri ulo]
accusation of lying; flat contradictiondementio
to resign (from a position, office or job)demisionar {ntr} [de, ek]
resignation (from a position, office or job)demisiono
demiurge (philos.)demiurgo (filoz)
demographydemografio (cienco)
democraticdemokrata (polit)
democratdemokrato
democracydemokratio (polit)
to demolish, pull down, break up (a house, a fortification, an old ship, reputation, etc.)demolisar {tr}
demolitiondemoliso
demon (myth. & fig.)demono (mitol)
to demonstrate (show by reason; make evident)demonstrar {tr} [ulo]
demonstration (log., polit., milit., naval)demonstro
demonstrative (gram.)demonstrativa (gram)
demotic (script)demotika
denarius (silver coin of ancient Rome)denaro (pek)
to denature (alcohol, etc., by making it unpleasant for consumption)denaturar {tr} [ulo]
dendritedendrito (biol)
dendrologydendrologio
to denigrate, vilify, defamedenigrar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
denominatordenominatoro (aritm)
dense, closely spaced; thick (of a liquid or gas)densa
densimeterdensimetro (instr)
tooth (also fig.)dento
wisdom toothdento di sajeso (anat)
toothlesssen-denta
toothpickdento-pikilo
cogwheeldento-roto
dentaldentala
set of teethdentaro
tuskdentego
pinion, small gear wheeldenteto-roto
dentistdentisto
toothed, notched, denticulate, denticulateddentoza
lacedentelo
toothpaste, dentifrice, tooth powderdentifrico (subs)
dentinedentino (anat)
to denounce (inform against)denuncar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
deontologydeontologio (filoz)
to depart (intr., also fig.)departar {ntr} [ad, de, ek]
departuredeparto
administrative region, department (territorial), département (France)departmento (polit)
to depend (be conditioned; be contingent; be sustained, rely for support)dependar {ntr} [de ulu, de ulo]
independentlyne-dependante
independencene-dependeso
to lose strength, wither, decline, waste awaydeperisar {ntr} [pro]
urgent communication, dispatch, despatchdepesho
to deplore (feel or express deep grief over)deplorar {tr} [ulo]
deplorable, lamentable, wretcheddeplorinda
deponent (adj.)deponenta (gram)
deponent (verb)deponento (gram)
to deport (expel from a country), transport into banishmentdeportar {tr} [ulu]
to deposit (lay down, set down, put down; lodge or place for safety); bond (put in a bonded warehouse)depozar {tr} [ulo, che]
deposit (act)depozo
deposit (thing deposited)depozajo
depositary, depository, guardiandepozario
place of deposit, depot, warehousedepozeyo
to press down; depress (physically or mentally); dejectdepresar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
depression (consequence of act of depressing)depresuro
to depute, send as a deputy, deputise (tr.)deputar {tr} [ulu]
chamber of deputieschambro di deputati (polit)
deputation (group of deputies)deputataro
to derive (gram., math., etc.)derivar {tr} [ulo, de]
derivativederivajo
to be derived, derive (intr.)derivesar
derivation (act)derivo
corium (dermis), derm, derma, dermis (deepest layer of skin)dermo
dermatitisdermatito (morbo)
dermatogendermatogeno (bot)
dermatologydermatologio (cienco)
to depart (from, or curtail the application of, a law, regulation or convention), ~derogate (but intr.)derogar {ntr} [de ulo] (yuro)
dervishdervisho (rel)
D flat (music)des (muz)
(prefix demoting the direct opposite of the idea)des- {pref}
churlish, surly, uncivildesafabla
to disown, disavowdesagnoskar {tr}
to unclaspdesagrafagar {tr}
disagreeabledesagreabla
disagreeable thing or experiencedesagreablajo
to unhookdesakrochar {tr} [ulo de]
to unmoordesamaragar {tr} (nav)
to weigh anchor, get up anchor ondesankragar {tr/ntr} (nav)
to disappeardesaparar {ntr}
to disapprove ofdesaprobar {tr}
to disarrange, derange, unsettledesaranjar {tr}
to disarm, unarmdesarmizar
to disassemble, take to piecesdesasemblar {tr}
to dissociate, disassociate; dissolve (a partnership)desasociar {tr}
disadvantagedesavantajo
to unboltdesboltagar {tr}
to unbuckledesbuklagar {tr}
to unbuttondesbutonagar {tr}
to decentralise, decentralizedescentraligar {tr}
to discharge (unload, take away the burden of); (fig.) ease, throw off the care of (a thing)descharjar {tr}
to sober down; (fig.) come to one's sensesdesebrieskar {ntr}
to disembark, land (go or take ashore)desembarkar {tr/ntr}
to disengage (tech.: gears etc.), declutchdesembragar {tr} (mek)
to unshackle, unfetter (lit. & fig.)desentravar {tr}
to unpset the equilibrium of, unbalancedesequilibrigar
to despairdesesperar {ntr}
to drive to despair; dishearten, depressdesesperigar
to despise, scorn, contemndesestimar {tr}
contemptuous, scornfuldesestimanta
contemptible, despicabledesestiminda
to unmake, undodesfacar {tr}
difficultdesfacila
difficult thingdesfacilajo
difficulty (state, condition)desfacileso
to unfolddesfaldar {tr}
to unfolddesfaldesar {ntr}
to refresh (give fresh energy to)desfatigar {tr}
to disfavour, (US) disfavordesfavorar {tr}
to disgrace, put out of favourdesfavorizar
disgraced, put out of favourdesfavorizita
disadvantageous, unfavourable, (US) unfavorabledesfavoroza
miserable, unhappydesfelica
misfortune, reverses, run of ill-luckdesfortuno
unluckilydesfortune
unfortunatedesfortunoza
to uncurldesfrizar {tr}
to thaw (intr.)desfrostar {ntr}
to thaw (tr.)desfrostigar {tr}
to roughen, ruffledesglatigar
to disoblige, hinderdes-helpar
to disinheritdesheredigar
dishonestdeshonesta
disgrace, dishonour, (US) dishonordeshonoro
to dehumanisedeshumanigar
to disinfectdesinfektar {tr}
disinfectant (n.)desinfektivo
to deflatedesinflar {tr}
to throw out of geardesingranar {tr}
to disencumberdesinkombrar {tr}
to disentangle, unravel; (fig.) extricate, freedesintrikar {tr}
to disjoin, take to piecesdesjuntar {tr}
disjunctivedesjuntiva {tr} (gram)
to unload (things, goods)deskargar {tr}
to unchaindeskatenizar
to unlockdesklefagar {tr}
to unclosedesklozar {tr}
discomfortdeskomforto
to recant; unsay; take back (what one has said)deskonfesar {tr}
to disembodydeskorpizar
to uncover (remove the cover from); (fig.) discover, disclose, detect (find out)deskovrar {tr}
to scour, clean (removing the surface dirt from)deskrasizar
to uncouple, releasedeskuplar {tr} (mek)
cowardicedeskurajo
cowardlydeskurajoza
soft (to hearing)deslauta
to untiedesligar {tr}
disloyaldesloyala
to demagnetisedesmagnetigar
to unmarry, annul the marriage ofdesmariajar {tr}
to unmaskdesmaskar {tr}
to dismastdesmastizar
to take off, remove (a garment)desmetar {tr}
to demonetisedesmonetigar {tr}
to dismantle, disassemble, dismount, take apart (equipment)desmuntar {tr}
to denationalisedesnacionaligar
to denaturalisedesnacionanigar
unworthy, base, ignobledesnobla
unworthiness, basenessdesnobleso
to disobeydesobediar
to deobstruct, unblock, clear (of obstruction)desobstruktar
deobstruentdesobstruktiva (medic)
inopportunedesoportuna
to disorder, derangedesordinar {tr}
to bonedesostizar
to unpackdespakigar
to take down (something hanging)despendar {tr}
impious, ungodlydespia
to displacedesplasizar
to displease; be displeasingdesplezar {tr/ntr}
displeasuredesplezuro
to pluck (take feathers from)desplumizar
to depopulatedespopulizar
to make unpopulardespopularigar
to dispossessdesposedigar
to disdain, despise, scorndesprizar {tr}
shallow (adj.)desprofunda
shallow (n.), shoal (area of shallow water)desprofundajo
impuredespura
to disqualifydesqualifikar {tr}
uneasy (in one's mind), anxiousdesquieta
disquietude, inquietudedesquieteso
to worry (someone), make (someone) uneasydesquietigar {tr}
disquietingdesquietiganta
to make pliant, unstiffendesrigidigar
to unboltdesriglagar {tr}
unwise, foolishdessaja
to desalinate, desalinisedessalizar {tr}
to unsaddle (take the saddle from)desselizar {tr}
to exhume, disinterdessepultar {tr}
to unsealdessiglar {tr}
to unscrew (a thing)desskrubagar {tr}
to unsolderdessoldar {tr}
to unwind (from a bobbin or spool)desspular {tr}
to unstop, uncorkdesstopar {tr}
~corkscrewdesstopilo {tr}
to unsew, unstitchdessutar {tr}
to slacken, relax (tr.)destensar
to untwistdestordar {tr}
to undeceivedestrompar {tr}
to dethronedestronizar {tr}
to untuck, let down (a garment)destrusar {tr}
to disunite (tr.)desunionar
to invalidatedesvalidigar
to cool (something warm or hot)desvarmigar
to unveil; (fig.) disclosedesvelizar
to undress, unclothe, divest, stripdesvestizar {tr}
to deflower (strip of virginity)desvirgigar
to unscrew, loosen (a screw)desvisar {tr}
to unroll, unwrapdesvolvar {tr}
to ungirddeszonizar {tr}
to draw (sketch), delineate, sketchdesegnar {tr} (arto)
dessertdesero
to desert, quitdesertar {tr/ntr}
to serve (a living), have the parochial duties of (a church, a parish)deservar {tr/ntr} (rel)
desiccatordesikatoro
to describe (in words)deskriptar {tr} [ulo, ad ulu]
larder, pantry, buttery; steward's officedespenso
steward (person in charge of provisions)despensisto
to fret (be sorrowful and angry), be vexeddespitar {ntr} [ad, kontre, pri, pro]
despotdespoto
to destinedestinar {tr} [ulu, ulo, ad, por]
to destroydestruktar {tr}
to draft, detach (military personnel)detachar {tr} (milit)
detachment (military unit), draftdetachmento (milit)
detail, particular (minute or distinct part)detalo
in detail, minutely, bit by bitdetale
detaileddetaloza
detective (n.)detektivo
detector (electronics)detektoro (fizk)
to determine (put terms or bounds to; ascertain definitely, settle conclusively); (gram.) fix the extent or meaning of a word or sentencedeterminar {tr} [ulo, per]
determination (act)determino
determinismdeterminismo (doktrino)
to cleanse, detergedetersar {tr}
detergent (n.)detersivo
to detonate (intr.), explode noisilydetonar {ntr} (fizk)
to detonate (tr.)detonigar
to be detrimental to, cause a loss todetrimentar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
deuteriumdeuterio (kem)
deutomeritedeutomerito (zool)
deutoplasmdeutoplasmo (biol)
to be obliged, have a duty (to ...)devar
ought, should, must (as an obligation)devas
obligation, dutydevo
to outstrip, overtake, outdo, surpass, outrun, distance (leave behind)devancar {tr}
to lay waste, devastate, ravage, desolatedevastar {tr} [ulo]
to develop, make larger, make fuller; develop, unfold (a plot, etc.)developar {tr}
to deviate, veer, swerve; divertdeviacar {tr/ntr} [ulu, ulo, de]
device (heraldic motto)devizo
devotion (religious zeal)devoco (rel)
devotion (religious act)devocajo
devotionaldevocala
devoutdevocoza
to devour; eat greedilydevorar {tr}
ravenous, voraciousdevorema
voracity, voraciousnessdevoremeso
devoteddevota [ad]
to be devoteddevotesar
devotion, devotednessdevoteso
to devote oneselfdevotigar su
right (opposite of left)dextra
to turn to the rightturnar ad-dextre
right-handed persondextra-uzero
right-winger (as in politics)dextrano
dextrin, dextrinedextrino (kem)
desert (adj.), deserteddezerta (geog)
desert (n.), wildernessdezerto (geog)
word-ending, formative suffix, desinence (mainly indicating inflexion)dezinenco (gram)
to desire, wish for earnestly, long for, hanker for, covetdezirar {tr} [ulu, ulo, ad, por]
desirable object, desideratumdezirajo
to covet greatly, lust afterdeziregar
desirabledezirinda
to make disconsolate, seriously distress, grieve (tr.)dezolar {tr} [ulu]
grievousdezolanta
desolation (mental)dezoleso
of (indicates possession or association)di {prep}
whose, of which (referring to a single person or object)di qua
whose, of whomdi qua, di qui
whose, of which (referring to several people or objects)di qui
day (of 24 hours)dio
dailydiala
midday, noondi-mezo
diabase, greenstone, trapdiabaso (min)
diabetesdiabeto (morbo)
diabetic (n.)diabetiko
devil (theol. & fig.)diablo
act of devilrydiablajo
diabolic (of the devil)diablala
diabolic (like a devil), devilishdiablatra
little devil, impdiableto
she devildiablino
what the devilper la diablo
dyad (math.; etc.)diado
diademdiademo
transparent, pelluciddiafana
watermark (in paper)diafana marko
diaphysis, shaft of a long bonediafizo (anat)
diaphragm (anat., elec., optic.)diafragmo
to diagnose (med.)diagnozar {tr} (medic)
diagonaldiagonala (geom)
diagramdiagramo
diacausticdiakaustiko (matem)
diachylon, diachylumdiakilono (medkm)
deacondiakono (rel)
deaconessdiakoniso (rel)
diacritic (adj.), diacriticaldiakritika
diacritic (n.), accent (sign added to a letter)diakritiko
dialectdialekto
dialecticsdialektiko (log)
dialectologydialektologio (ling)
to dialyse, (US) dialyzedializar {tr} (medic)
dialysisdializo
to take part in a dialogue, ... (US) dialogdialogar {ntr} [kun]
dialogue, (US) dialogdialogo
to put (something) in the form of a dialogue, ... (US) dialogdialogizar
diamagneticdiamagneta (fizk)
diamagnetismdiamagnetismo (fizk)
diamonddiamanto (min)
rough diamonddiamanto kruda
cut diamonddiamanto taliita
to set a diamondmuntar diamanto
diameterdiametro (geom)
dianthus (plant such as pink, carnation and sweet william)dianto (pl)
tuning forkdiapazono
diapedesisdiapedezo (fiziol)
slide (photographic)diapozitivo (fot)
to have diarrhoea (US: diarrhea)diarear {ntr} (patol)
diarrhoea, (US) diarrheadiareo (morbo)
diarydiario
Dyas, Permiandiaso (geol)
diastasediastazo (biokem)
diasterdiastero (biokem)
diastolediastolo (fiziol)
diathesisdiatezo (medic)
diatomdiatomeo (biol)
diatonicdiatonika (muz)
diatribediatribo
to say, telldicar {tr} [ulo, ad ulu]
saying, tellingdico
something saiddicajo
to discern (see and identify by noting differences), distinguish (one thing from another)dicernar {tr} [ulu de ulu; ulo de ulo]
distinguishabledicernebla
discernment (faculty)dicerniveso
discernment, discriminationdicerno
diction (manner of speaking), delivery (manner of speaking), elocutiondiciono
elocution (art)dicion-arto
dictionarydicionario
to discipline (children, soldiers, etc.)diciplinar {tr} [ulu]
discipledicipulo
didacticsdidaktiko
opossum, common opossumdidelfo (mamif)
dieldrindieldrino (kem)
dielectricdielektriko (elek)
diet (food; legislative)dieto
dieteticsdietetiko (medic)
sharp (music)diezo (muz)
to defame, libel, slander, traduce, aspersedifamar {tr} [ulu] (judic)
to differ (be different, be unlike); disagree, differ (in opinion)diferar {ntr} [de, per]
differentdiferanta
difference (also math.)difero
to differentiate (cause to develop differences in a developing organism)diferenciar {tr}
differentiation (in an organism)diferenciado
differential (math.); differential gear (tech.)diferencialo
to differentiate (math.)diferencialigar {tr} (matem)
differentiation (math.)diferencialigo
to diffractdifraktar {tr} [ulo]
diphtheriadifterio (morbo)
diphthongdiftongo
to disperse, spread, diffusedifuzar {tr} [ulo]
dyke, dike, dam (embankment to prevent flooding; also fig.)digo
to dyke, dike, damdigizar
to digest (also fig.)digestar {tr} (fiziol)
digestive (something which promotes digestion)digestigivo
digitalis (plant, such as foxglove)digitalo (pl)
digitalindigitalino (biokem)
digitigrade (n.)digitigrado (zool)
worthy (of), meriting, deserving, having meritdigna [de, ye]
worthiness, meritdigneso
digraphdigramo
to digressdigresar {ntr} [de]
digression (departure from main subject; also astron.)digreso
thickdika
diclinousdiklina
dichogamous (biol.)dikogama (bot)
dicotyledonousdikotiledona (bot)
dicotyledon, "dicot"dikotiledono (pl)
dichotomousdikotoma (bot)
dichotomy (log.)dikotomio (log)
to dictate (utter words to be written down)diktar {tr} [ulo, ad ulu]
dittanydiktamo (pl)
dictatordiktatoro
of thedil [= di la]
to dilate, expand, enlarge (in volume)dilatar {tr} [ulo]
dilemmadilemo (log)
to study or practise for pleasure, be an amateur indiletar {tr} [ulo]
dilettantediletanto
industrious, diligentdiligenta
diligence (quality), industriousnessdiligenteso
diligence (stagecoach)dilijenco (veturo)
to dilute, thin (by admixture of a liquid)dilutar {tr} [ulo, en]
deluge, flooddiluvio
drift (deposit), diluviumdiluviono (geol)
dimensiondimensiono (matem)
to lessen, decrease, diminishdiminutar {tr/ntr} [ulo]
dimitydimitio (stofo)
thin (opposite of 'thick' in dimension, lean)dina
thin paperdina papero
to carve thinlydine taliar
dynamodinamo
dynamicsdinamiko (cienco)
dynamism (philos.)dinamismo (filoz)
dynamist (philos.)dinamisto
dynamitedinamito (subs)
to dynamitedinamitagar
dynamometerdinamometro (instr)
dynamometrydinamometrio (mek)
dynastydinastio
turkeydindo (ucelo)
to dine (in the evening)dinear {ntr}
dinner (evening meal)dineo
dinner timedineo-kloko
dinosaurdinosaurio
dinothere, deinothere, dinotherium, deinotheriumdinoterio
diocesediocezo (ekl)
diodediodo (fizk)
dioecious (bot.)dioika (bot)
sight-vane (of an alidade)dioptro
dioptre, (US) diopterdioptrio
dioptricsdioptriko (opt)
diorama (exhibition of translucent pictures)dioramo
dioritediorito (min)
dioxidedioxido (kem)
dioxindioxino (kem)
to displace (move from the usual location), change the place of; misplace, put out of placediplasar {tr}
to change one's place or residencediplasar su
displacement (of a ship or immersed body)diplaso-pezo
diploë, diploediploo (anat)
diploiddiploida (biol)
diplomadiplomo
to confer a diploma on (someone)diplomizar
diplomacy; (fig.) tact, skill in dealing with peoplediplomaco (polit)
diplomatdiplomacisto
diplomatics (scientific study of ancient documents)diplomatiko (cienco)
diplostemonousdiplostemona (bot)
backwardation (postponement; price paid)diporto (financ)
dipteran, dipteron, dipterous insectdiptero (insekto)
diptychdiptiko
direction (two-way), bearing (both ways)direciono [ad]
to direct; manage, conduct; put in a directiondirektar {tr} [ulu, ulo, ad ulu, ad ulo]
directing, managingdirektanta
director, managerdirektanto
dirigible, manageabledirektebla
direction, management (act)direkto
(French) DirectoryDirektorio (hist)
direct (opposite of indirect, of a way, discourse, or method); through (without interruption)direta
through traindireta treno
indirect (way, method, speech, etc.)ne-direta
directly, straight (adv.)direte
(mus.) D sharpdis» (muz)
(prefix denoting separation or dispersion), apart, asunderdis- {pref}
to give out (to various people), deal out (cards, etc.), distribute (hand out)disdonar {tr}
distribution, giving outdisdono
to dispose (lay out), put in various placesdispozar {tr}
to disrupt, break apartdisruptar {tr}
to dissectdissekar {tr}
to disseminate, sow, scatter (seed); strew (things); spread abroad (ideas, error, truth, etc.)dissemar {tr}
to send in different directions, spreaddissendar {tr}
to dissolve (lit. & fig.); liquidate (fin.), wind up (company, club, etc.)dissolvar {tr}
to distenddistensar {tr}
to distortdistordar {tr}
to cut up (into pieces), carve (off)distranchar {tr}
dysenterydisenterio (morbo)
to present a dissertation or thesis, dissertatedisertar {ntr} [pri]
dissertation (presentation)diserto
dissertation (treatise)diserturo
dish (food)disho
dissident, dissenting (relig.)disidenta
dissident (n.)disidento
to dissimulate, dissemble; hide (feelings, thoughts, opinions) under a false appearancedisimular {tr} [ulo]
to squander, waste, dissipatedisipar {tr} [ulo]
squanderer, wasterdisipanto
spendthriftdisipemo
disjunctive (math., log., gram.)disjuntiva
disc, (US) disk; discusdisko
to discount: buy (a bill of exchange, etc.) before maturity, with a deduction for interestdiskontar {tr} (financ)
discreet; discretediskreta
discriminant (math.)diskriminanto (matem)
to make a speech, deliver a discourse, deliver an addressdiskursar {ntr} [ad ulu, pri]
speech, discourse, address (n.)diskurso
to rantdiskursachar
discursive (philos.)diskursiva
to discuss (a question, subject, project, point of law, etc.)diskutar {tr} [ulo, pri ulo, kun ulu]
dyslexiadislexio
to break up (a machine, an army, etc.), dismantle, dismember (an empire), dislocate (disorganise)dislokar {tr}
tithe, tythedismo (pek)
to levy tithesimpozar la dismo
to dissociate (chem.)disociar {tr} (kem)
to make a discorddisonancar {ntr} (muz)
dissonance, discorddisonanco (muz)
assessment of compensation for damage to ship or cargo, adjustment of averagesdispacho
average adjuster, nautical assessordispachisto
disparate (log.), unalike and incapable of being compared; (fig.) incongruousdisparata
to dispense, exempt (someone, from something), exonerate (free from obligation), excuse, give leave not to do or observe (something)dispensar {tr} [ulu, de ulo]
dispensation, exemption (of someone, from something)dispenso
dispensarydispensario
dyspepsia, indigestiondispepsio (patol)
dyspeptic (n.)dispepsiiko
to scatter, dispersedispersar {tr}
to have (something or someone) at one's disposal; dispose of (deal with as one wishes)disponar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
available, disposable (ready for use); (milit.) unattacheddisponebla
to quarrel, wrangle, have a dispute, disputedisputar {tr/ntr} [pri ulo, kontre ulu]
dispute, quarrel, altercationdisputo
to squabble, bickerdisputachar
disputabledisputebla
disputacious, quarrelsomedisputema
to be at a distance (of ...), be distant (by ...)distar {ntr} [de, per]
distancedisto
distant (from), at a distance (of)distanta
distaldistala (anat)
distichdistiko (poez)
to distil, (US) distilldistilar {tr}
to characterise, distinguish, make distinct or different (by sign, mark or characteristic)distingar {tr} [ulo, de ulo]
distinction (making distinct)distingo
distinguishing (adj.)distinganta
distinctnessdistingeso
distinguished (person or object)distingita
distinctive (marking out as different)distingiva
distinct (differing, specific)distinta
to distract, divert the attention of; (fig.) amusedistraktar {tr} [ulu]
distraction (act of distracting)distrakto
distraction (state of being distracted); (fig.) absence of minddistrakteso
diverted; (fig.) absent-mindeddistraktita
diverting, distracting, entertainingdistraktanta
to distribute (also tech.), apportion, dispensedistributar {tr} [ulo, ad ulu, inter]
district (area of jurisdiction)distrikto
to detain (keep provisionally), hold, withhold (until some event)ditenar {tr} [ulo, de ulu]
detention; withholdingditeno
dithyrambditirambo (poez)
distressditreso
to wander about, rove, stray, divagate (lit. & fig.); wander (of the mind)divagar {ntr}
divan (backless sofa)divano (moblo)
to become (intr., tr.), get (old, rich, ill, strong, etc.), grow (pass into some new state or condition)divenar {tr/ntr}
to diverge (separate, or cause to separate, and go in different directions)divergar {ntr} [de, ek]
various, diverse, sundrydiversa [de]
sundry articlesdiversaji
variety, diversitydiverseso
to make a diversion (mil.: to turn the attention of an opponent; fig.: to turn a conversation away from from something inconvenient)diversionar {ntr}
diversion (mil. & fig.), turning asidediversiono
diverticulumdivertikulo (anat)
to divide (math., gen.)dividar {tr} [ulo per ulo]
greatest common divisormaxim granda komuna dividanto [per]
divisibledividebla [per]
dividend (math.; fin.)dividendo
to guess, divinedivinar {tr} [ulo, de]
division (military)diviziono (milit)
to become divorceddivorcar {ntr} [de]
to divorce (someone)divorcigar {tr}
divorced (adj.)divorcinta
to divulge, reveal, make known (a secret, news, etc.)divulgar {tr} [ulo]
disasterdizastro
to design (make drawings and plans for the construction or production of)dizignar {tr}
jinni, jinnee, djinni, djinny, genie (plural: djinn, jinn, ginn)djin»
therefore, so, consequentlydo {konj}
doh, do (first note of diatonic scale)do» (muz)
jointure, dower (jointure, not dowry)doario (financ)
to teach (something, not someone)docar {tr} [ulo ad ulu]
something taughtdocajo
lecturer (in a university), (US) (assistant) professordocento
docile (easy to manage and teach)docila
dodecahedrondodekaedro (geom)
dodecagynian, dodecagynous, having twelve styles (bot.)dodekagina (bot)
dodecagondodekagono (geom)
dodecandrousdodekandra (bot)
mastiffdogo
customs (institution)dogano (polit)
customs house, (US) custom housedoganeyo
customs duty (payment, amount paid)dogan-pago
customs duty (rate, e.g. 20%)dogan-taxo
customs uniondogan-uniono
dogmadogmato
dogmatics, doctrinal theologydogmatiko (teol)
dogger (fishing vessel)dogro (batelo)
dogedojo
dock (for ships)doko (nav)
doctor (holder of a doctorate)doktoro
doctrinedoktrino
documentdokumento
(jurisprudence) fraud, deception, malice; evil or criminal intentdolo (judic)
malicious crimedoloza krimino
fraudulent deceptiondoloza trompo
dollardolaro (pek)
pleasing to the taste, agreeable, sweet (of fruit, wine, smell, voice, light, humour, etc.)dolca
dolly-end (the cup of a dolly: an anvil used to hold a rivet)dolio (mek)
dolly (tool for holding the head of a rivet)doliiero
dolichocephalic, dolichocephalousdolikocefala (antrop)
dolichocephaldolikocefalo (antrop)
dolman (hussar's pelisse, a type of military cloak)dolmano
dolmendolmeno (arkeol)
dolomitedolomito (min)
to feel pain, ache, hurt (physically)dolorar {ntr} [pro, de, pri]
hurting (suffering)doloranta
to hurt (cause pain to)dolorigar
painful (causing pain), hurtingdoloriganta
pain, ache, hurt, physical sufferingdoloro
painful, soredoloroza
house (dwelling; building for a specific purpose)domo
major-domodomo-chefo
house-keeperdomo-guvernisto
domestic (relating to a house or houses)domala
head of housedomestro
small house, cottagedometo
to damage, harm, impair, spoil (physically)domajar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
damage, injury (physical)domajo
injurious, damagingdomajiva
domatiumdomatio (bot)
domain; estatedomeno
domesticated (of animals)domestika
to domesticatedomestikigar
domicile (permanent legal abode); residence, place of abodedomicilo (judic)
dominoes (game); domino (cloak)domino
domino (piece)domino-stono
to dominate, have dominion over, hold sway over, control; (fig.) tower over, command (surroundings, etc.)dominacar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
domination, dominiondominaco
dominant, predominant, prevailingdominacanta
to domineerdominacachar {tr}
dominant (mus.: fifth note of a scale; biol.)dominanto
Dominican RepublicDominga Republiko (lando)
Dominican (of the Dominican Republic)Domingano
DominicaDominika (lando)
Dominican (friar)dominikano (rel)
to subdue, break in (an animal), subjugate (make subservient), make (an animal) obedient; (fig.) subdue (passion, crowd, fear,domtar {tr} [ulu]
to give (general sense), bestow, impart (give)donar {tr} [ulo, ad ulu]
givingdono
thing givendonajo
to give (as a gift), donate, make a present of, give away, bestowdonacar {tr} [ulo, ad ulu]
donation (act)donaco
gift, donation (thing given)donacajo
donordonacanto
doneedonacario
behind (prep., in space), after (in place), (US) back ofdop [ulu, su, ulo] {prep}
back, rear, hind (adj.)dopa
backyarddopa korto
rear, back (object or part behind)dopajo
at the back, behind (adv.), after (adv., in space)dope
hinterlanddop-lando
to sculldop-remar
sculling oardop-remilo
dorado (dolphinfish, coryphene)dorado (fisho)
Doric, Dorian (race; dialect)Doriana
Doric (archit.)dorika (arkit)
to coddle, mollycoddle, cosset (treat tenderly); (fig.) nursedorlotar {tr} [ulu]
to pamper, overindulgedorlotachar
to sleep, be asleep, slumberdormar {ntr}
sleepdormo
sleeping, dormantdormanta
sleepydormema
to fall asleepdormeskar
to dozedormetar
to make drowsydormetigar
sleeping place, dormitorydormeyo
to lull, send (someone) to sleepdormigar
soporific (adj.)dormigiva
soporific (n.)dormigivo
bedroomdormo-chambro
thorn, prickledorno (biol)
gorse, furze, whindorno-ginesto (pl)
sticklebackdorno-perko (fisho)
back (anat. & of book, hand, knife, etc.)dorso
back to backdorso an dorso
round-shouldereddorso-kurva
rucksack, knapsack, backpackdorso-sako
leapfrogdorso-salto
relating to the back; dorsaldorsala
back of a seatdors-apogilo
canopy (ceiling above a throne or altar), dais (canopy); raised, canopied seat (fixed or portable)doselo
file (of documents), dossierdosiero
to endow (furnish with a dowry; supply with permanent funds; also fig.)dotar {tr} [ulu, per ulo]
endowment, dowry; (fig.) natural gift, talentdoto
dose (medicinal)dozo
to put up a dose of, apportion a dose ofdozigar
dragon-treedraceno (arb)
to dredge (out) (a river, etc.), explore with a dragdragar {tr} [ulo]
dragomandragomano
dragoon (mil.)dragono (milit)
dragée (sugared almond or similar)drajeo
dragon (myth., astr.)drako (mitol)
drachma (money); dram (weight)drakmo
Draconian, Draconic, very harsh, extremely severedrakonala
dramadramato (liter)
fine woolen clothdrapo (stofo)
to drape, cover with drapery, hang in foldsdrapirar {tr}
to thresh (wheat, etc.)drashar {tr} [ulo]
drastic (med. & fig.)drastika
to drain (land, a field, a wound, etc.)drenar {tr}
drainage pipedren-tubo
to train (an animal)dresar {tr} [ulu]
dandy horse (primitive bicycle without pedals); track (motor)car (railway), (US) gang car, handcar (railroad)drezino (veturo)
wood nymph, dryaddriado (mitol)
to driftdriftar {ntr}
drill (tool for boring holes, that holds & turns the drill bit)drilo
to drinkdrinkar {tr} [ulo]
drinking establishment, public housedrinkerio
bar (place for drinking)drinkeyo
drinking songdrinko-kansono
drink-money, tip, gratuitydrinko-pekunio
undrinkablene-drinkebla
drug (medical chemical or ingredient), pharmaceutical (n.)drogo (medic)
funny, humorous, drolldrola
dromedarydromedaro (mamif)
to drown (tr.); (of ships) to founder, send to the bootomdronar {tr} [en]
dododronto (ucelo)
sundewdrosero (pl)
drugget (fabric)drugeto (stofo)
druiddruido (rel)
druidismdruidismo
drupedrupo (bot)
druse, geode (drusy cavity)druzo (min)
twodu
duo, dyadduo
twentyduadek
(a) score (twenty)duadeko
second (adj.)duesma
twice (two times)dufoye
half (adj.)duima
half (adv.)duime
half (n.)duimo
to halve, divide in halfduimigar
by twos, two by twoduope
double (adj.)duopla
doubly, twice (twice as much)duople
to double, duplicate (double)duopligar
dual (adj.)duala
dual (form of a word indicating duality)dualo (gram)
dualismdualismo
two-master (ship)dumasto (nav)
two-masted shipdumasta navo
bipartite (of two parts)duparta
bipartisandupartisala
equivocal (with double meaning)dusenca
equivocationdusencajo
biennialduyarala
to doubt; waver in opinion, hesitate to believe, dubitatedubitar {tr}
dubitable, doubtful (thing)dubitebla
undoubtable, indubitablene-dubitebla
dubitative, inclined to doubtdubitema
to fight a duelduelar {ntr} [kun, kontre ulu]
chaperon, chaperone, duennadueno
duet, duodueto (muz)
duke; duchessduko [de]
ducaldukala
dukedom (rank)dukeso
duchydukio
duchessdukino
dukedukulo
ducat (coin)dukato (pek)
to lead, conduct, bring alongduktar {tr} [ulu, ad]
ductileduktila (tekn)
woody nightshade, bittersweet, dulcamaradulkamaro (pl)
during, in (a period of time)dum {prep}
meanwhile, meantime, in the intervening timedume
while, whilst, during the time whendum ke
dumdum (bullet)dumdumo (armo)
dune, down (dune), sandhillduno
manure, fertiliser, compostdungo (subs)
duodenumduodenumo (anat)
dupedupo
to dupe, take indupigar
duplex (telegraphy, computing)duplexa (elek)
rejoinder (jur.)dupliko
duplicate (identical copy)duplikato
to last, endure (intr.), continue (tr., intr.)durar {tr/ntr}
continuing, lasting, enduringduranta
durable, able to lastduriva
to be continuedduronta
to make (something) lastdurigar
dura materduramatro (anat)
heartwood, duramendurameno (biol)
to thirst (also fig.)durstar {ntr}
to give a shower bath to, douchedushar {tr} [ulu, su]
stave (of a cask or barrel)duvo (tekn)
dugong, halicoreduyongo (mamif)
mi (mus.)e (muz)
(suffix indicating a derived adverb; e.g. lente: slowly; rapide: rapidly)e
ande (= ed) {konj}
(suffix: having the colour (US: color) of; e.g. arjent-e-a: silvery; or-e-a: golden; oranj-e-a: orange)e- {suf}
etc., et ceteraec (= ed ceteri, ed cetere)
ebony (wood)ebeno (ligno)
ebony (tree)ebeniero
a worker in ebony; (fig.) an inlayer (of wood), cabinet makerebenisto
ebony (tree)eben-arboro
-able, -ible (suffix added to a transitive verbal root; e.g. kred-ebl-a: believable, credible; rupt-ebl-a: breakable; vid-ebl-a: visible)ebl- {suf}
eboniteebonito
drunk (adj.), intoxicatedebria [de]
inebriation, inebriety, intoxicationebrieso
tipsy (slightly intoxicated)ebrieta
to intoxicateebriigar
to bubble, bubble up, seethe, froth (of water, etc.); (fig.) to overflow with passionebuliar {ntr}
bubbling, frothing, seethingebulio
ebullioscopeebulioskopo
to excel, be excellentecelar {ntr} [en, pri, per]
excellentecelanta
Excellencyecelenco
eccentric, off-centre (geom., mech.)ecentrika
to leave out, except, excludeeceptar {tr} [ulo, de ulo]
exception (act)ecepto
exception (object)eceptajo
exceptionaleceptala
by way of exception, exceptionallyeceptale
unless, except, excepting, save (except)ecepte
unless (conj.), with the exception thatecepte ke
to exceed (tr.); be excessive, go to excess (intr.)ecesar {tr/ntr}
excess; transgression of due limits; ~waste; difference by which one number exceeds another (math.)eceso
excessive (going to excess); (fig.) exorbitantecesanta
immoderately, to excessecese
excessive (capable of excess, immoderate)ecesiva
to keep in check, hold back, curb, rein inechekar {tr}
check (stop, repulse, rebuff)echeko
booth (small shop of simple construction), stall (in a market)echopo
to excite, arouse, impelecitar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
excitableecitebla
to excise, cut out (in surgery)ecizar {tr} (kir)
anded (= e) {konj}
(suffix: contents of), -ful (e.g. glas-ed-o: glassful; manu-ed-o: handful; pinch-ed-o: pinch, nip)ed- {suf}
oedema, (US) edema (med.)edemo (patol)
Edenedeno (rel)
eider (duck)edero (ucelo)
eiderdown (material)ederduno (subs)
eiderdown quiltederduna kovrilo
edifice, large buildingedifico
to edify, instruct and improve morallyedifikar {tr} [ulu]
to order by edictediktar {tr} [ulo]
edictedikto
aedile, edileedilo
Oedipus; (fig.) riddle-solverEdipus»
to publish (print or get printed, usually for sale: book, magazine, newspaper, etc.)editar {tr} [ulo]
publishereditanto
edition (form in which published)edito-formo
publication (thing published)edituro
face (geometry)edro (geom)
to educate (people), bring up (children); develop and cultivate the physical, intellectual and moral faculties; form the manners of; rear, raise,edukar {tr} [ulu]
to erase, efface, rub out, expunge (also fig.)efacar {tr} [ulo, per]
ephebe, ephebus, ephebosefebo
ephedrine, ephedrinefedrino (kem)
effectefekto
to effect, effectuate, produce, cause, bring aboutefektigar {tr}
causation, production (of an effect)efektigo
number (of soldiers), size, strength (of an army, etc.), effective (soldiers ready for service)efektivo (milit)
ephemeral, short-livedefemera
mayfly, dayfly, ephemeridefemero (insekto)
ephemeris, astronomical almanacefemerido (astron)
(of a gas) to effervesce, be effervescent; (fig.) show brief vivacityefervecar {ntr}
efficient (mechanics)eficienta (mek)
efficiency (ratio of a machine's useful output to its input)eficienteso
effigyefigio
to be effectual, be efficacious, be efficientefikar {ntr} [ad ulo]
efficient (of a person)efikema
efficiency (of a person)efikemeso
to come into play, begin to take effectefikeskar
effective, efficacious, effectual, efficient (of a thing)efikiva
effectiveness, efficiency (of a thing)efikiveso
efficacious actionefiko
to effloresce (chem.); come out in a rash, break out in pimples (med.)eflorecar {ntr}
effluviumefluvio
ego, the selfego
egoismegoismo
egoistic, selfishegoista
egoistegoisto
my other selfmea altra ego
my own selfmea propra ego
(suffix denoting augmentation, intensity, a higher or extreme degree: pluv-eg-o: downpour; grand-eg-a: huge; kold-eg-a: extremely cold)eg- {suf}
equalegala
equalityegaleso
to equalise (make equal)egaligar
unequalne-egala
inequality, unequalnessne-egaleso
to mislay, lose temporarilyegarar {tr}
to be mislaid, be missingegaresar
to pay regard to, take into accountegardar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
regard, consideration (taking into account)egardo
with regard to, in consideration ofegarde
aegis; (fig.) protectionegido
EgyptEgiptia (lando)
Egyptian (adj.)Egiptiana
Egyptian (n.)Egiptiano
egyptologistegiptologo
Egyptologyegiptologio (cienco)
haddockeglefino (fisho)
egocentricegocentra
to slay by cutting the throategorjar {tr}
egotismegotismo
egotistegotisto
E sharp (music)eis» (muz)
to eject, expel, cast out, discharge (tech.)ejektar {tr} (tekn)
out of (motion from; made or extracted from; fractional part of), out from, (US) out (forth from), of (made of)ek {prep}
she carried it out of (US: out) the roomel portis ol ek la chambro
to go out of (US: out) the houseirar ek la domo
six out of tensis ek dek
gold vasevazo ek oro
bracelet of copperbraceleto ek kupro
(radioactive) falloutekfalajo
to flow outekfluar {ntr}
effluent (adj.), flowing outekfluanta
outletekflueyo
to go out, get outekirar {ntr}
exit (act), exodus, (a) going outekiro
exit (place), way outekireyo
to fling out, send fortheklansar {tr}
exosmosisekosmoso
to take out, withdraw (money, etc.)ekprenar {tr}
to squeeze out, press outekpresar {tr}
to expel, thrust out, turn outekpulsar {tr}
to expatriateekpulsar de la patrio
to excreteeksekrecar {tr}
to spurt outekspricar {ntr}
to blow outeksuflar {tr}
to exhume, dig out, disinter, unearthekterigar {tr}
extraterritorial, exterritorialekteritoria
to draw outektirar {tr}
to cut outektranchar {tr}
to pour off, empty out (from a container), spillekvarsar {tr}
to call out to (someone)ekvokar {tr}
echoeko (akustiko)
to echoekigar {tr}
écarté (card game)ekarte» (lud)
spiny anteater, echidnaekidno (mamif)
ecchymosisekimoso (patol)
sea urchin, echinus (animal)ekino (animalo)
echinodermekinodermo (animalo)
eclampsia, eclampsyeklampsio (patol)
eclecticeklektika (filoz)
eclecticismeklektikismo
church (institution)eklezio (rel)
church memberekleziano
to eclipse (astron. & fig.)eklipsar {tr}
eclipticekliptiko (astron)
eclogueeklogo
ecologyekologio (cienco)
steward (of finances), bursarekonomo
economy (management of resources of a house, company or country; also fig. of an organism)ekonomio (financ)
economics (science)ekonomiko (cienco)
political economyekonomiko nacionala
economistekonomikisto
to keep books (systematically record commercial transactions of), keep the books of (a business, etc.)ekritar {tr}
book-keeperekritisto
ectodermektodermo (biol)
ectopia, ectopyektopio (patol)
ectoplasm (biol.)ektoplasmo (biol)
ecumenic, ecumenicalekumenika (rel)
eczemaekzemo (morbo)
she, herel (= elu) {pron}
she, herelu (= el) {pron}
her (possessive), herselua
they (feminine)eli
their (feminine)elia
to elaborate (work out in detail, produce by careful labour)elaborar {tr}
elastic, springy, reboundingelastika
elasticityelastikeso
elastinelastino (biokem)
elephantelefanto (mamif)
elephantiasiselefantiazo (morbo)
elegant; fashionableeleganta
exquisite objectelegantajo
elegance; fashionablenesseleganteso
person of fashion or eleganceeleganto
(the) fashionable worldeleganta mondumo
elegy, mournful poemelegio
to elect (someone by vote, to an office or post)elektar {tr} [ulu, ek, inter]
electionelekto
electoralelektala
electorelektanto
person electedelektito
electricityelektro (fizk)
electric, electricalelektrala
to electrifyelektrizar
electricianelektristo
electric batteryelektrala baterio
electric bulbelektro-ampulo
electric lampelektro-lampo
electric light (radiation)elektro-lumo
to electrocute, kill by electricitymortigar per elektro
electrodynamicselektrodinamiko (cienco)
electrochemistryelektrokemio
electromagneticelektromagnetala
electric motorelektromotoro
electrostaticselektrostatiko (cienco)
electrotechnics, electrotechnology, electric engineeringelektrotekniko
electrotherapy, electrotherapeuticselektroterapio (medic)
electrodeelektrodo (fizk)
electrophoruselektroforo
electrocardiogramelektrokardiogramo
electrolyteelektrolito (elek)
to electrolyse, electrolyzeelektrolizar {tr} [ulo]
electrolysiselektrolizo (kem)
electrology, science of electricityelektrologio
electrometerelektrometro
electrometryelektrometrio (elek)
electric car, (US) electric automobileelektromobilo (veturo)
electronelektrono (fizk)
electronicselektroniko
electroscopeelektroskopo
electuaryelektuario (medkm)
element (all senses)elemento
to elevate, raise on high, raise (to a higher level), set up (above)elevar {tr}
elevating (physical sense)elevanta
elevator (any apparatus for raising something to a higher level)elevilo (aparato)
elevated, raised up (to a higher level)elevita
elevation (drawing, design of the face or side of a building)elevaciono
elevator (apparatus for lifting goods, materials, equipment, etc.)elevatoro
elfelfo (mitol)
elfish, elvan, elvishelfala
to eliminate, remove, take out, omit from consideration (math., tech.)eliminar {tr} [ulo, de, ek]
ellipse; ellipsiselipso
ellipsoidelipsoido (geom)
élite, elite; (also mil.) choice troops, best menelito
elytron, elytrumelitro (zool)
elixir (medicinal)elixiro (medic)
Elizabeth, ElisabethElizabet
Elysium (myth. & fig.)Elizeo
Elysian fieldsElizeala agri
to elideelizionar {tr}
elisioneliziono
elongation (angle: tech., astron.)elongaciono
eloquent; (fig.) vividly expressiveeloquenta
to elude, evade (cleverly or cunningly)eludar {tr} [ulo]
elusive, evasiveeludema
Elzevir (printing type)Elzevir» (tipog)
target (also fig.)emo
(suffix joined especially to verbal roots to signify a person inclined to ...; e.g. atak-em-a: agressive; labor-em-a: industrious; parol-em-a: talkative)em- {suf}
to emaciateemaciar {tr}
enamelemalio (subs)
to enamelemaliizar
cloisonné (enamel)emalio parietoza
to emanateemanar {ntr} [de, ek]
to emancipate (also fig., of the mind)emancipar {tr} [ulu, de]
to emasculate (deprive of virile vigour)emaskular {tr}
to embalmembalmar {tr}
to hamper, impede, encumber, hinder (physically or mentally); disconcert, embarrassembarasar {tr} [de, per, pro]
cumbersome baggagebagajo embarasanta
embarrassing questionquestiono embarasanta
to embargo, lay an embargo on, prohibit (a ship) to enter or leave port; sequester (goods of a debtor), distrain (seize by law); garnisheeembargar {tr} [ulo]
embargo; sequestration (of a debtor's goods, of a sum owed)embargo
lienpag-embargo
to embark, go on board; put on boardembarkar {tr/ntr} [en; ulu, ulo en] (nav)
bunting (bird)emberizo (ucelo)
emblememblemo
embolus, clot obstructing a blood vesselembolo (patol)
embolismembolio (patol)
to cold-roll, beat out, bend, form or shape by force (ductile metal, without using heat)embotar {tr} [ulo] (tekn)
to hug, embrace, clasp (in one's arms); bracket (with a brace)embracar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
brace (typog.)embracilo (tipog)
to put into gear, engage the clutch, let in (a clutch), connect transmission (mech.)embragar {tr/ntr} (mek)
clutch (mechanism)embragilo
embrasure, embrazure (arch., fort.: recess or aperture)embrazuro
embryogeny, embryogenesisembriogenio (biol)
embryologyembriologio
embryoembriono (biol)
to embrocate, apply a liniment or lotion toembrokar {tr} (medic)
to place (someone) in concealment (so as to surprise or ambush), ambush (place in ambush), ambuscadeembuskar {tr} [ulu, su]
to ambushatakar embuske
to wait in ambushvartar embuske
to emend, rectify (a fault, error); amend (a law)emendar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
emeritus, retiredemerita
to emerge from a liquid, rise from submersion; (fig.) rise into viewemersar {ntr} [ek]
emmetropicemetropa
to emphasize, stressemfazar {tr} [ulo] (retor)
emphysemaemfizemo (patol)
to emigrateemigrar {ntr}
Eminenceeminenco
eminent, outstanding, prominent; conspicuous (of place)eminenta
eminence, notability (quality), prominence; conspicuity, conspicuousnesseminenteso
notability (person of eminence)eminento
emir, amir, emeer, ameeremiro
to emit, give out (phys.); issue (money)emisar {tr}
to feel emotion, be movedemocar {ntr} [pri, pro]
to impale, empale (fix on a sharp stake)empalar {tr} [ulu]
empathyempatio
top deck, upper deck (of a vehicle)emperialo
empyrean, the highest heavenempireo
empiricism (method)empiriko (filoz)
empiricalempirikala
empiricism (doctrine)empirikismo
empiricistempirikisto
plaster (medical dressing)emplastro (farm)
to employ (someone)employar {tr} [ulu]
employeremployanto
employeeemployato
employment officeemployo-kontoro
impost (arch.)emposto (arkit)
emuemuo (ucelo)
emulous, eager to emulate, keen to do as well as or better than the othersemula
to emulate, try to equal or surpass othersemulesar [ad]
to emulsifyemulsar {tr} [ulo]
emulsifieremulsivo
emulsion (colloidal suspension)emulsuro
emulsinemulsino (biokem)
to prune, trim, lop (a tree, etc.); (fig.) to remove unattractive, useless or inferior parts from (vegetables, fish, etc.)emundar {tr} [ulo]
emunctory (n.)emuntorio (fiziol)
in (of time or place)en {prep}
in the cityen la urbo
in the winteren la vintro
to bottleenboteligar
to circle, put into a circleencirkligar
to lead (someone into something), introduce (bring in); (fig.) to involve (someone inenduktar {tr}
to invoice (goods, services), bill forenfakturigar
to infiltrate (also fig.)enfiltrar {tr/ntr}
to flow inenfluar
inflow (movement)enfluo
inflow (that which flows in)enfluajo
affluent (n.), tributary (stream)enfluanto
place of inflowenflueyo
to put in focusenfokigar
to put into an oven or a kilnenfornigar
to sheath (a sword, etc.)engainigar
to enterenirar {tr/ntr}
entry, entrance (act)eniro
entrance (place), way inenireyo
to frameenkadrigar
to cageenkajigar
to imprison, incarcerateenkarcerigar {tr}
to encase, incase, box (put into a box)enkestigar
to incorporate (combine into one body or mass; also fig.)enkorpigar
to wrap in swaddling clothesenlanjigar
to put to bedenlitigar
to (store in a) warehouseenmagazinigar
to immigrateenmigrar {ntr}
to mix in, mingleenmixigar
to immureenmurigar
endosmosis, endosmoseenosmoso
to pack (something), pack up, make into a bundleenpakigar
to pocket, put (something) in pocketenposhigar
to potenpotigar
to (put into a) sack, bagensakigar
to inscribeenskribar {tr}
inscriptionenskriburo
to cut into (so as to produce a certain form)entaliar {tr}
to mortise a beamentaliar trabo
to bury, interenterigar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
in all, altogether, on the wholeentote
to enthroneentronigar
to pour in, infuse (pour in)envarsar
to wrap, roll up, fold up inenvolvar {tr} [ulo, en]
to wrap warmlyenvolvar varme
enarthrosis, ball-and-socket joint (anat.)enartroso (anat)
encephalon, ~brainencefalo
encephalitisencefalito (morbo)
encyclical (adj.), encyclicenciklika
(papal) encyclical (letter)encikliko
encyclopaedia, (US) encylopediaenciklopedio
(suffix added to a verbal root to indicate what should be, or needs to be, done)end- {suf}
payable (to be paid, that must be paid)pagenda
to be solved, must be solvedsolvenda
endemic diseaseendemio (patol)
endemic (confined to a particular area)endemika
endermic, endermicalendermika (medic)
retail (adj.)endetala
retail (adv.), by retailendetale
endiveendivio (pl)
endoderm; endodermisendodermo
endogamy (sociol.)endogamio (sociol)
endogenousendogena
endocardiumendokardio
endocarpendokarpo (bot)
endocrinologyendokrinologio (cienco)
endoparasiteendoparazito (biol)
endoplasmendoplasmo (biol)
endorphinendorfino (biokem)
endoscopeendoskopo
endoscopyendoskopio
endospermendospermo (bot)
nonagon, enneagoneneagono (geom)
enemy, foeenemiko
hostile, inimicalenemikala
enmity, hostilityenemikeso
energeticsenergetiko (cienco)
energyenergio (fizk)
energeticenergiala
energetic, full of energyenergioza
energidenergido (biol)
to enfiladeenfilar {tr} (milit)
to engage (for work), hire (someone), enlist (someone, milit.)engajar {tr} [ulu]
wholesaleengrosa
wholesalerengrosvendisto
enigma, riddle, puzzleenigmato
encaustic (adj.)enkaustika
enclitic (adj.)enklitika (gram)
enclitic (n.)enklitiko (gram)
to illuminate (a book); colour (an engraving, map)enluminar {tr} [ulo]
to move (move house), transport one's furniture to a new abodeenmenajar {ntr} [en]
enormousenorma
evening primroseenotero (pl)
to be bored, feel dull, be weary (because of inaction or monotony)enoyar {ntr}
ennui, languor, boredomenoyo
to bore (someone)enoyigar
boring, tedious, irksomeenoyiganta
(able to be) boring, tedious, irksomeenoyigiva
to register or record (in a register); record, make a (mechanical or electronic) recording (of height, pressure, music, speech, etc.)enrejistrar {tr}
the whole, ensemble, all parts taken together, general effect, collectivity, aggregate, totalityensemblo
being (something that exists independently), entity (philos. & fig.)ento
entablature, entablement (entablature)entablamento (arkit)
to broach, cut the first piece of, make a first cut in, begin upon (loaf, pot of jam, plot of land, etc.)entamar {tr} [ulo]
enteritisenterito (morbo)
to intern, confine to a prescribed place or areaenternar {tr} [ulu] (judic)
enthymemeentimemo (log)
entomophilousentomofila (bot)
entomologyentomologio (cienco)
to undertake (a task), engage to perform, take in hand, set about, contract forentraprezar {tr}
undertaking (of a task)entraprezo
what is undertaken, (the) enterprise, contractentraprezajo
enterprisingentraprezema
contractor, undertakerentraprezisto
to supply with the needs of life and comfortentratenar {tr} [ulu]
maintenance, livelihoodentrateno
to shackle, fetter (also fig.)entravar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
shackle, fetterentravilo
entrée (dish served before the main course)entreo
entrechat, cross-caperentrechato (danso)
entremets (a light dish served between main course and dessert)entremeso
to train (for racing, sport, etc.)entrenar {tr} [pri, por, per]
trainer (sport, racing)entrenero
entresol, mezzanine (floor)entresolo (arkit)
entropyentropio (fizk)
to enthuse (intr.), be enthusiasticentuziasmar {ntr} [ad, por]
enthusiasmentuziasmo
enthusiasticentuziasmema
to enthuse (tr.)entuziasmigar
to enucleate (surg.)enuklear {tr} (kir)
to enumerate (reckon, tally, state one by one, check those on a list, count or tell off)enumerar {tr} [ulo]
to express (in words), state, enunciate (state)enuncar {tr} [ulo]
to envelop, wrap, cover up (pr. & fig.); surround completely (milit.)envelopar {tr} [ulu, ulo, en, per]
envelope (math.)envelopanto (matem)
enveloped (math.)envelopita (matem)
span (of a bird, aeroplane or sail)enverguro
hangnailenvio (anat)
to envy, be envious ofenvidiar {tr} [ulu pri ulo, ulo ad ulu]
enzymeenzimo (biol)
Eoceneeoceno
Aeolus (god of the winds), EolusEolus (mitol)
Aeolian harp, Eolian harpEolala harpo (muzin)
Aeolis, AoeliaEolia (lando)
Aeolian, Eolian (of Aeolis, Aeolia)Eoliana
aeolipile, aeolipyle, eolipileeolipilo (aparato)
aeon, eoneono
eosin, eosineeozino
eosinophil (adj.), eosinophilous, eosinophiliceozinofila (biol)
epactepakto (astron)
eparch (provincial governor)eparko
eparchate, eparchyeparkio
smelt (fish)eperlano (fisho)
epicene, denoting or common to both sexes, of common gender (gram.)epicena (gram)
epicentre, (US) epicenterepicentro (geol)
epicycleepiciklo (astron)
epicycloidepicikloido (geom)
epidemic (n.), epidemic diseaseepidemio (medic)
epidemiologyepidemiologio (cienco)
epidermis, cuticle (outermost skin), scarfskinepidermo
epidural (adj.), extraduralepidurala (anat)
epidural anaesthetic, epidural (n.)epidurala anestezio (medic)
Epiphanyepifanio (rel)
epiphyteepifito (bot)
epiphysis (of a bone)epifizo (anat)
epigastriumepigastro (anat)
epigenesisepigenezo
epiglottisepigloto (anat)
epigon, epigone (imitator or successor, ordinarily an inferior one)epigono
(the) Epigons, Epigones, Epigoni(la) Epigoni (mitol)
epigraph, inscription (on a monument)epigrafo
epigraphy (science)epigrafio (cienco)
epigramepigramo
epic (of an epic poem)epika (liter)
epic poemepikajo
epic poetepikisto
epicarp, exocarpepikarpo (bot)
EpicurusEpikurus
Epicurean (adj.)Epikurana
epicurismEpikurismo
Epicurean (n.)Epikuristo
epilepsyepilepsio (morbo)
epileptic (n.)epilepsiiko
epilogue (concluding section of a book, etc.; short poem or speech at the end), (US) epilog, epilogueepilogo
EpirusEpiro (lando)
Epirot (n.), native of EpirusEpirano
episyllogismepisilogismo
bishop (church; chess)episkopo
episcopalepiskopala
bishopric (jurisdiction)episkopio
epistemologyepistemologio
epistle (rel., lit.)epistolo
epitaph (on a tomb)epitafo
epithalamium, epithalamion, nuptial songepitalamio
epitheliumepitelio (anat)
epithet (a word added to qualify a noun)epiteto (gram)
abridgement, epitome, epitomy, compendium, summaryepitomo
episode (an event within a series); an incidental narrative or event or digressionepizodo
epizootic diseaseepizootio (morbo)
epodeepodo (poez)
epoch (period, age; also geol.)epoko
epaulet(te)epoleto
test-tubeepruveto
epulisepuliso (patol)
equation (math.)equaciono
EcuadorEquador (lando)
equatorequatoro (geog)
equatorial (telescope)equatorala teleskopo (aparato)
equatorial (telescope)equatoralo (aparato)
equi- (scientific prefix: equal)equi- {pref}
equiangularequiangula (geom)
equidistantequidistanta
equilateralequilatera (geom)
equimultipleequimultoplo
(intr.) to be in balance, be in a state of equilibrium ("A e B equilibras"); (tr.) to balance, counterpoise ("A equilibras B")equilibrar {tr/ntr}
balance, equilibrium, equipoiseequilibro
to equilibrate (put in balance), put into equilibrium ("C equilibrigas A e B")equilibrigar
equinoxequinoxo
to equip, fit out (ship, expedition, soldier, etc.)equipar {tr} [ulu, ulo, per ulo]
horsetail (plant)equiseto (pl)
equity (right as founded on the laws of nature), natural justiceequitato (filoz)
to be equivalent toequivalar {tr} [ulo]
equivalenceequivalo
equivalentequivalanta
eraero
(suffix denoting a person occupied in a customary though not professional activity or occupation, or an animal or even thing with a characteristic action. E.g.er- {suf}
erratic (geol.); (fig.) erratic, devianteratika
oreerco (subs)
iron orefer-erco
to erect (monument, statue, column, mast, etc.), stand (something) up straight, set up (upright)erektar {tr}
to stand up straighterektar su
erg (unit of work)ergo (mez)
ergot (disease of grasses and sedges)ergoto
ergotism (disease)ergotismo (morbo)
(suffix denoting an establishment. E.g. imprim-eri-o: printing works; distil-eri-o: distillery; lakt-eri-o: dairy; chapel-if-eri-o: hat factory)eri- {suf}
heathereriko (pl)
heath (heather-covered land)erikeyo
eryngium, eryngo, eringo, sea hollyeringio (pl)
EritreaEritrea (lando)
erythroblasteritroblasto (biol)
erythrocyteeritrocito (biol)
erythrosineritrozino
erysipelas, St Anthony's fireerizipelo (morbo)
stoat, ermine (animal)ermino (mamif)
hermit; (fig.) recluseermito (rel)
hermit crabermit-krabo (zool)
to erode (geol., med., etc.)erodar {tr}
erogenous, erogenicerogena
to err, be mistakenerorar {ntr} [pri]
mistake, erroreroro
blunder, egregious mistakeeroracho
fallible, liable to erreroriva
erratumeroro imprimita
erroneous, mistakeneroroza
eroticerotika
not earlier, not sooner, not before (of time)erste {adv}
not before tomorrowerste morge
to make (someone) eruditeerudar {tr} [ulu, su]
learnederudita
erudition, scholarshiperuditeso
to erupt (geol., med. & gen.), burst out, break forth (from an enclosure); break out in pimples, pustules, rasheruptar {ntr} [per]
eruptionerupto
E flat (mus.)es (muz)
to beesar {ntr}
am, is, areesas
being (state of, fact of)eso
-ion, -ness, -ity, -tude, -ship (etc., used abstractly: suffix denoting, with non-verbal roots, a state or quality)es- {suf}
swarm (also fig.)esamo
to collect in a swarmesamifar
essayesayo
to rough-hew (in modelling, etc.), boast (stone-cutting); (fig.) make first draft (of a plan, etc.)esbosar {tr} [ulo] (arto)
boasting tool; mortise chiselesbosilo
rude outline; (fig.) first draft (of a plan, etc.)esbosuro
essence (phys. & metaphys.)esenco
essentialesencala
to strive, endeavour, (US) endeavor, exert oneself, strainesforcar {ntr} [ad, por, ke, kontre, sur]
effort, exertion, endeavour, (US) endeavoresforco
scaffold; scaffolding, staging (for a mason, etc.); framework (of timbers for a spectators' stand, for execution of criminals)eshafodo
putlog, putlockeshafodala stango
echelon (military formation)eshelono (milit)
baitesko
(suffix used with a verbal root to denote: being to, start; with an adjectical root: to become, get)esk- {suf}
squadron (naval)eskadro
squadron (cavalry)eskadrono (milit)
(of a ship) to call at, touch at (a port)eskalar {ntr} [en] (nav)
port of calleskaleyo
to scald (injure the skin; expose to the action of boiling water)eskaldar {tr}
staircase, stairseskalero (arkit)
to conjure away, cause to disappear by sleight of handeskamotar {tr} [ulo]
to escape, find a way out; escape from, get away from, evade (someone or something)eskapar {tr/ntr} [ulu, ulo, de, ek]
evasiveeskapema
escapement (of a clock or watch)eskapilo (tekn)
(any) means of escape; (fig.) shift, subterfuge, means of evasioneskap-moyeno
eschar, dry slough, crust, scabeskaro (patol)
clinker (coal cinder)eskarbilo
escarole: a variety of endive with broad, undivided leaveseskarolo (pl)
steep (of slopes)eskarpa
escarpment, scarp (#)eskarpajo
to move aside (intr.); move aside (tr.: a blow, a veil, suspicion, etc.), move apart, move away from each other, separate, open,eskartar {tr/ntr} [ulu, ulo, de]
to stand asidestacar eskarte
being aside, isolationeskarteso
set asideeskartita
eschatologyeskatologio (filoz)
EskimoEskimoo
rubble (fragments of rock or ruined buildings), debris, débris (rocky fragments)eskombro
shotgun, fowling-piece; blunderbuss (gun)eskopeto (armo)
escort, accompanying guard; (nav.) convoyeskorto
sheet (sail rope)eskoto (nav)
to swindle, cheat (someone out of something), cheat out of (something)eskrokar {tr} [ulu, ulo de ulu]
soup plate, porringereskudelo
to bail, bale (water out of a boat, etc.)eskupar {tr}
scoop (for bailing)eskupilo
(suffix for forming ordinal numbers. E.g. un-esm-a: first; du-esm-a: second)esm- {suf}
merlinesmerilio (ucelo)
esotericesotera (filoz)
sword (of any type)espado (armo)
to use a sword, wield a sword; put (someone) to the swordespadagar {tr/ntr}
to cut and thrustespadagar pinte e tranche
broadsword (sword)espadego
sword strokeespado-stroko
sword beltespado-zono
swordfishespado-fisho (fisho)
espalier (plant; trellis or framework)espalero
spar (nautical)esparo (nav)
sainfoin: a leguminous plant used as fodderesparseto (pl)
esparto (grass)esparto (pl)
to spell (read letter by letter)espelar {tr} [ulo]
to hope; hope for (something)esperar {tr/ntr} [ulo, de, en]
hopeful (causing hope)esperiganta
hopeful, full of hopeesperoza
thorn bush (e.g. hawthorn, blackthorn)espino (pl)
whitethorn, common hawthornespino blanka (pl)
blackthornespino nigra (pl)
spinet, spinette, spinnetespineto (muzin)
esplanadeesplanado
express (expeditious)espresa
express (train)espreso (veturo)
express trainespres-treno
by expressesprese
wit (cleverness, ingenuity)esprito
witticismespritajo
wittyespritoza
to play the witafektacar esprito
play of witsesprito-ludo
proof (impenetrable, invulnerable)espruva [kontre]
waterproofaquespruva
fireprooffairespruva
(corporal's) squad; gang (of workmen); teamesquado
eastesto (geog)
from the eastde esto
easterly (adv.: at the east)este
eastward, eastwards, toward the eastad-este
east longitudeestala longitudo
to establish (set up on a firm basis)establisar {tr} [ulu, ulo, pri, en, sur]
state (state of being, manner of existing, particular condition)estado
civil status (in the registry of births, marriages, etc.)estado civila
solid stateestado solida
military courier; mounted messengerestafeto (milit)
boom (barrier across a waterway)estakado
to display (goods, etc.); spread out flat, lay out (map, gown, etc.); show (one's hand of cards, etc.)estalar {tr} [ulu, ulo, sur]
to stamp with a die, impress in relief (as on a coin)estampar {tr} [ulo] (tekn)
stamp (n.), die (n.)estampilo
to staunch, stanch (blood, etc.), stop (a leak, tears, etc.)estanchar {tr} [ulo]
stay, guyestayo (nav)
esterestero (kem)
aesthetics, (US also) estheticsestetiko (filoz)
aestheticism, (US) estheticismestetikismo
aesthete, (US) estheteestetikisto
feeling (sensation), aesthesia, aesthesis, (US) esthesiaestezio (medic)
to esteem, hold (someone) in high regardestimar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
esteemestimo
estimableestiminda
to aestivate, (US) estivate (be dormant or torpid in the summer)estivar {ntr} (zool)
to stump (soften lines in a drawing), shade, shadow (in a drawing, using a stump)estompar {tr} [ulo] (arto)
artist's soft pencil or rubber (for softening hard lines, blending, etc.)estompilo
EstoniaEstonia (lando)
Estonian (adj.)Estoniana
Estonian (n.)Estoniano
(suffix denoting head of, chief of ...)estr- {suf}
platform (raised, in a room or hall), estradeestrado (arkit)
tarragonestragono (pl)
stirrup (for riding); (anat.) stirrup bone, stapesestribo
(GB) oestriol, (US) estriolestriolo (biokem)
(GB) oestrogen, (US) estrogenestrogeno (biokem)
(GB) oestrone, (US) estroneestrono (biokem)
estuaryestuario (geog)
stubbleestublo
great sturgeonesturjono (fisho)
to faint, swoonesvanar {ntr} (medic)
(suffix forimg a diminutive or indicating a smaller degree or qualitative change; also used as an affectionate diminutive. E.g. mont-et-o: hill; varm-et-a: tepid,et- {suf}
storey, floor (of a building); tieretajo (arkit)
three-storey housetri-etaja domo
whatnot, set of shelvesetajero (moblo)
standard (of measure)etalono (mez)
tammy (type of cloth for sifting or straining)etamino (stofo)
to halt at a stage (in travel)etapar {ntr} [en]
stopping place, stage (place of rest on a journey), (bus, tram etc.) stopetapeyo
to pass through without stoppingtrans-irar etapo
statement, account (of receipts and expenses)etato (financ)
account of expensesetato di spensi
ether (all senses), aetheretero
ethereal, etherial (like ether)eteratra
to etherealise, etherise (convert into ether)eterigar
to etherise (stupefy with ether)eterizar
eternal, everlastingeterna
eternity (quality of being eternal)eterneso
to eternalise, eterniseeternigar
eternity (duration)eterno
(fig.) Eternal Godla Eterno
ethics, ethic (science of morality; system of morality)etiko (filoz)
moral, ethical (relating to ethics)etikala
ethicistetikisto
moral, ethical (imbued with morality)etikoza
immoral, unethicalsen-etika
immoralitysen-etikeso
label, tag, ticket (label)etiketo
etymologyetimologio
to etiolate; blanch (by growing in the dark)etiolar {tr}
etiolinetiolino (biokem)
aetiology, (US) etiology (philos., med.)etiologio
EthiopiaEtiopia (lando)
Ethiopian (adj.)Etiopiana
Ethiopian (n.)Etiopiano
etiquetteetiqueto
ethmoid (bone)etmoido
ethnographyetnografio (cienco)
ethnologyetnologio (cienco)
AetoliaEtolia (lando)
Aetolian (n.)Etoliano
ethologyetologio (cienco)
ethosetoso
EtruriaEtruria (lando)
Etruscan, Etrurian (adj.)Etruriana
Etruscan, Etrurian (n.)Etruriano
case, box (opening sideways or from the top, to fit an object: hat, violin, spectacles, etc.)etuyo
eudiometereudiometro (instr)
eudiometryeudiometrio (kem)
euphemismeufemismo
euphonyeufonio
spurge, euphorbiaeuforbio (pl)
euphoriaeuforio
plant of the genus Euphrasia, eyebrighteufrazio (pl)
eugenicseugeniko (cienco)
eucalyptus, eucalypteukalipto (arb)
Eucharist (sacrament)eukaristio (rel)
Euclidean, EuclidianEuklidala (geom)
eunucheunuko
EuropeEuropa (lando)
European (adj.)Europana
European (n.)Europano
europiumeuropio (elem)
euthanasia, euthanasyeutanazio
to be (some length of time) old, be aged (some length of time)evar {tr/ntr}
old (so much), aged (of a certain age)evanta
twenty years old, aged twentyevanta duadek yari
age (of someone or something)evo
aged, elderlygrand-eva
longevity, agednessgrand-eveso
middle-aged personpersono di meza evo
how old are you?quante vu evas?
to evacuate (withdraw, remove: med., milit., tech.; not: to empty (a container) = vaku-ig-ar)evakuar {tr} [ulo, de ulo]
evacueeevakuito
to evaluate, value, estimate the worth of; reckon the amount of; appraiseevaluar {tr} [ulo, ye]
valuation, estimateevaluo
gospel, evangelevangelio (rel)
Book of the Gospelevangelio-libro
to preach the gospelpredikar la evangelio
evangelicalevangeliala
evangelistevangeliisto
to happen, occur, come about, befalleventar {ntr} [ad ulu]
occurrence, eventevento
contingent, dependent upon events, fortuitous (happening by chance), perhaps to beeventuala
contingencyeventualajo
contingently, fortuitously (by chance)eventuale
(fig.) perquisites, extra feeseventuali
casual profits, perquisiteseventuala profiti
obvious, evident, plain, manifest, patentevidenta
something obviousevidentajo
self-evidentper su evidenta
sink (as in a kitchen)eviero
to evict (dispossess by law)eviktar {tr} (leg)
to avoid, evade, shun, obviateevitar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
to evolve; (milit.) to perform evolutionsevolucionar {ntr}
evolutionismevolucionismo
evolutionistevolucionisto
ex-, late, former, retired (prefix indicating one who formerly held a position)ex- {pref}
ex-librisex-libris»
to exaggerateexajerar {tr} [ulo]
accurate (of a representation), exact (correct, faithful to the facts), faithful (of a copy)exakta
exact calculation, diet, science, copyexakta kalkulo, dieto, cienco, kopiuro
to elate, exalt (fill with high spirits, mainly noble or religious)exaltar {tr}
to examine, test (someone)examenar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
examination (of someone)exameno
examineeexamenato
to undergo examination, be testedsubisar exameno
exanthemaexantemo (patol)
spotted feverexantem-tifo (morbo)
exarchexarko
to exasperateexasperar {tr}
to fulfil (US: fulfill) or grant (a request), answer (a prayer); grant (someone a request), hearken favourably (US:exaucar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
to explain critically (especially the Scriptures)exegezar {tr}
exegesisexegezo
to perform, execute (a task, a law, an order); execute (a person)exekutar {tr} [ulo]
feasible, practicableexekutebla
executrixexekutantino testamentaala
exampleexemplo
for example, for instanceexemple
copy (of a book, paper, engraving, etc.)exemplero
exequaturexequatur» (yuro)
to exercise, exert (legs, body, one's senses, strength, memory, eloquence, mind, etc.); (milit.) drillexercar {tr} [ulu, su, ad, pri, kontre]
exercise, exertion; (milit.) drillexerco
exercise bookexerco-libro
drilling placeexerceyo
exergueexergo
to exfoliate (peel off the scales or layers of)exfoliar {tr}
to give off, emit (gas, fume, odour, odor), exhaleexhalar {tr}
to exhaust, fully deplete, drain, spend, use up (also fig.)exhaustar {tr}
to exhort, urge, try to persuadeexhortar {tr} [ulu, ad]
to exile, banish; (fig.) expatriateexilar {tr} [ulu, su, de, ek] (leg)
exileexilito
extine, exineexino (bot)
to existexistar {ntr}
existing, extantexistanta
to free (a cleric) from his local obligations for incardination elsewhereexkardinar {tr}
to excavate, dig outexkavar {tr} [ulo, per]
excavatorexkavilo
excavation (result of excavating)exkavuro
to exclude, debar, deny admission toexkluzar {tr} [de, ek]
to lock out (workers)exkluzar bloke
exclusivelyexkluzive
to excommunicateexkomunikar {tr} [ulu] (ekl)
to tear, abrade, rub off, gall, excoriate (the skin)exkoriar {tr}
excrement, bodily wasteexkremento
to take a trip, make an excursionexkursar {ntr} [en]
excursion, tripexkurso
to excuse (seek pardon for)exkuzar {tr} [ulu, pri ulo]
to apologise (give one's excuse, seek pardon for oneself)exkuzar su [pri, per]
excuseexkuzo
Exodusexodo (biblo)
exogenous (biol., bot., geol.)exogena
to exorciseexorcisar {tr} [ulu, ulo] (rel)
to make an exordiumexordiar {tr} (retor)
exordiumexordio
exostosisexostoso
exoteric (antonym of "esoteric")exotera (filoz)
exoticexotika
to expand, develop in volume or surface, spread, widen (also fig.)expansar {tr/ntr} [en, pri]
(fig.) unreserved (of persons)expansema
to despatch, send off, forward (goods), (US) shipexpediar {tr} [ulo ad ulu]
to make an expedition (milit., scient.)expedicionar {ntr}
expeditionexpediciono
to expectexpektar {tr} [ulo, de ulu]
expectance, expectancy, expectationexpekto
to expectorate, cough upexpektorar {tr} (fiziol)
to experience, have the lot or fortune of, undergoexperiencar {tr} [ulo]
experienceexperienco
experiencedexperiencoza
to experiment (intr.); try, try out, test (tr.)experimentar {tr/ntr} [ulo; pri, per ulo]
experimentalexperimentala
experimentexperimento
expert (adj.), skilful (in trade), (US) skillful, well-versed (in knowledge)experta [pri]
expert (n.)experto
to survey, appraise, assess (a building, an affair, etc.)expertizar {tr} [ulo]
to expiate, atone forexpiacar {tr} [ulo, per] (rel)
to breathe out, expire; (fig.) come to an end (of time), terminateexpirar {ntr} (biol)
expiration; (fig.) falling dueexpiro
(fig.) expired (account)expirinta (financ)
(fig.) expiry dateexpiro-dato
explicitexplicita
to explain, expoundexplikar {tr} [ulo, ad ulu]
to investigate, examine, explore, reconnoitre, (US) reconnoiterexplorar {tr} [ulu, ulo, per]
to exploit, put to use, get value out of, workexplotar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
to explode (intr.)explozar {ntr}
to explode (tr.)explozigar
explosive (adj.)exploziva
explosive gas, firedampexploziva gaso
explosive (n.)explozivo
power, exponent (math.)exponento (matem)
to exportexportacar {tr} [ulo]
exportsexportacaji
to exhibit (lit. & fig.), expose (to (public) view; to the effect of something)expozar {tr} [ulu, su, ulo, ad]
to express (an idea, thought, feeling, etc.)expresar {tr} [ulo, ad ulu, su, per, pri]
to expropriate, dispossessexpropriar {tr} [ulu, de] (leg)
to be in ecstasyextazar {ntr}
ecstasyextazo
to extend (an arm, etc.), stretch (rubber, etc.), spread (carpet, authority, power, domain, etc.), draw outextensar {tr} [ulu, su, ulo, sur]
extensorextensivo (anat)
to extenuate (make less serious)extenuar {tr}
outside, (US) outside of; besides, exceptexter [ulo] {prep}
external, outside (adj.)extera
outside (adv.), externallyextere
outside (to the outside)ad-extere
exterior, outside (n.)exterajo
foreign, external (abroad)exterlanda
abroadexterlande
extrajudicialexterjudicia
beyond limit, exorbitant, excessive, extravagantexterlimita
to exterminateexterminar {tr} [ulu]
day pupil, day scholar; day-boy; day-girlexterno
school for non-resident pupils, day schoolexternerio
to extinguish, put out, quench (a fire, a light; also fig.: quench (thirst), cancel (debt), slack (lime), etc.); go out (of a fire, etc.)extingar {tr/ntr}
to extirpate, uproot (weeds, cancer, etc.), extract (a tooth); (fig.) eradicate; (surg.) cut outextirpar {tr} [ulo, de ulo]
to extort (something); blackmail (someone)extorsar {tr} [ulo, de ulu] (pek)
extra (adverb; e.g.: extra bona; extra-spenso)extra {adv}
to extraditeextradar {tr} [ulu] (leg)
extradosextradoso (arkit)
extrafloralextraflorala (biol)
to extract, draw out; extract (math.)extraktar {tr} [ulo, de, ek]
extraordinaryextraordinara
to talk or behave incoherently or irrationally, rave (talk as if delirious)extravagar {ntr}
extrovertextraverto
extreme, utmost, outermostextrema
extrinsicextrinseka (filoz)
to exude; ooze outexudar {tr/ntr}
superficial ulcer, sore (mild ulcer)exulcero (patol)
to exultexultar {ntr} [de, pri]
issue (of blood, pus, etc.)exutorio (medic)
(suffix denoting the place of, or for, an object or action. E.g. kaval-ey-o: stable; koqu-ey-o: kitchen)ey- {suf}
oesophagus, (US) esophagus; gulletezofago
fa (fourth note of the diatonic scale)fa (muz)
broad bean (plant), (US) fava bean, faba beanfabo (bot)
fablefablo
to manufacturefabrikar {tr}
factory, worksfabrikerio
trade markfabriko-marko
to make (an object); do (an act)facar {tr}
to be made, be donefacesar
facetfaceto
front part or view (of anything)facio
pose between face and profile (photog.)mi-facio
faciesfacies»
easy (to do)facila
to fascinatefacinar {tr}
to stand guard, be on sentry dutyfacionar {ntr}
(carriage) phaeton; (myth.) Phaetonfaetono
beech (tree)fago (arb)
copper beechfago purpurea (arb)
beech nutfago-frukto (bot)
phagocytefagocito (biol)
phagocytosisfagocitoso (biol)
fire (also fig.)fairo
steel for striking firefairo-stalo
Tierra del FuegoFairo-Tero (lando)
anything portioned off: compartment, branch, department, speciality, stall (in a stable)fako
fakirfakiro
wart hogfakochero (mamif)
facsimilefaksimilo
factfakto (filoz)
factor (math. and generally)faktoro
trading agencyfaktorio
factorialfaktorialo
factotumfaktotum»
invoice, billfakturo
faculty (power of doing anything; university's)fakultato
optionalfakultativa
to fall, fall down, tumblefalar {ntr}
phalanx (anat.; milit.)falango
second phalanx (of a finger or toe)falangino
phalansteryfalansterio (sociol)
phalaropefalaropo (ucelo)
furbelow, flounce, rufflefalbalo
rebate (of a door or shutter)falco (arkit)
to mow (as with a scythe); (fig.) cut down, destroyfalchar {tr}
to foldfaldar {tr}
to fail, miss (an aim); (com.) become insolventfaliar {tr/ntr}
washboard (naut.)falko (nav)
Falkland IslandsFalkland (lando)
hawk, falconfalkono (ucelo)
false, spuriousfalsa
falsettofalseto
fallow, tawny, yellow-brownfalva
fame, renownfamo
famousfamoza
family (also bot., zool.), kinfamilio
familiarfamiliara
faminefamino
to winnow (separate grain from chaff)fanar {tr}
fanaticalfanatika
phanerogamousfanerogama (bot)
phanerogam, spermatocytefanerogamo (bot)
fanfarefanfaro (muz)
to boast, bragfanfaronar {ntr}
mud, mirefango (subs)
fantastic, fanciful (unreal)fantastika
to fantasise, fancy (whimsically), have a wild fancy for (s-thing) or to do (s-thing)fantaziar {tr}
fantasyfantazio
phantom, spectre, ghostfantomo
apparition (of a ghost)fantom-aparo
lighthouse; (fig.) guidefaro
faradfarado
to faradisefaradizar {tr}
farandole (dance)farandolo (danso)
Pharaoh; faro (card game)faraono
paintfarbo (subs)
farcy (chronic form of glanders)farcino (morbo)
make-up, cosmetic, body paintfardo (subs)
flourfarino
pharynx; gulletfaringo
pharyngitisfaringito (morbo)
Pharisee (lit. & fig.)farizeo
(o farmo-prenar) to take land on leasefarmo-lokacar
(o farmo-donar) to farm out, lease to, rent ou to (someone for a fixed sum)farmo-lugar
pharmacy (science), pharmaceuticsfarmacio (cienco)
pharmacopoeiafarmakopeo
farce, forcemeat; farce (theatrical & fig.)farso
façadefasado (arkit)
fascia (connective tissue enclosing a muscle or other organ)fascia» (anat)
fascinefashino
to fasciate (anat., bot.)fasiacar {tr/ntr}
sheaf, bundle (as of sticks), bunch; pencil (of light rays)fasko
to shape, form, fashion (work material to make something)fasonar {tr}
to fastfastar {ntr}
fate, lotfato
to tire, fatigue, wearyfatigar {tr}
to be tiredfatigesar {ntr}
stupidly conceited, fatuous, foppishfatua
(exterior) throat, fore part of neck; (also fig.: tech. & geog.)fauco (anat)
faunfauno (mitol)
favus (a fungal skin disease), ringworm (of scalp)favo (morbo)
to favour, treat or regard kindlyfavorar {tr}
faillefayo (stofo)
faïence, crockery warefayenco
phase (astron. & gen.)fazo
pheasantfazano (ucelo)
French bean, kidney bean, haricot bean, string bean, frijol, frijole (plant)fazeolo (pl)
scarlet runner-bean (plant)fazeolo multaflora (pl)
fairyfeo (mitol)
weak, feeble, feint (lit. & fig.)febla
to have a feverfebrar {ntr} (medic)
feverfebro (medic)
spotted fever #febro purpurea (morbo)
Februaryfebruaro
to federalisefederar {tr}
faeces, (US) fecesfeko (biol)
fecula (starch obtained as a sediment)fekulo (subs)
fecund (productive of offspring)fekunda
hide, pelt, fellfelo
field (electric, magnetic, optical, scientific)feldo
rim (of a wheel)felgo (mek)
happy (of a person)felica
felinefelina
a kind of plush, shag, velveteenfelpo (stofo)
felt (fabric)felto (stofo)
female, femininefemina (biol)
female (n.)femino
femur, thighbonefemuro (anat)
hayfeno
hay feverfen-kataro
phenacetinfenacetino (kem)
phenakistoscopefenakistoskopo (aparato)
fence (enclosing barrier)fenco
to split (lengthwise), slit; (fig.) rend (the heart)fendar {tr}
windowfenestro (arkit)
PhoeniciaFenicia (lando)
Phoenician (n.)Feniciano
fennelfenikulo (pl)
phoenix, (US) phenix (also astron.)fenixo
phenobarbitone, phenobarbitalfenobarbitalo (farm)
phenol, carbolic acidfenolo (kem)
phenomenonfenomeno
phenomenologyfenomenologio (filoz)
phenotypefenotipo (biol)
fenugreekfenugreko (pl)
ironfero (elem)
railway, (US) railroadfervoyo
deck (of a ship)ferdeko (nav)
fair (a gathering for trade)ferio
firm, steady (also fig.)ferma
ferment (yeast, etc.; also fig.)fermento
to ferment (also fig.); rise (of dough)fermentacar {ntr}
Fernando PoFernandopo (lando)
ferociousferoca
pheromoneferomono (subs)
fertile, productive (of the ground; also fig.)fertila
to be fervent, be eagerfervorar {ntr}
F flatfes» (muz)
to observe a feast day or holy day; celebrate with festivitiesfestar {tr/ntr}
religious festivalfesto
Corpus Christifesto dil Kristo-korpo
to feast, banquetfestinar {ntr}
festoonfestono
blade of strawfestuko (bot)
fetus, foetusfeto (biol)
fetid, stinkingfetida
fetishfetisho
fief, feud, feodfeudo
feudalfeudala
fezfezo (vesto)
tut-tut!, fie!, shame!, ugh!fi [!] {interj}
hackney(-coach), cabfiakro (veturo)
vialfialo
to betrothfiancar {tr}
fiasco, ignominious failurefiasko
fibre, (US) fiberfibro
fibril, fibrillafibrilo (biol)
fibrinfibrino (biokem)
fibrinogenfibrinogeno (biokem)
fibroinfibroino (biokem)
fibromafibromo (patol)
fibula (a type of brooch or clasp)fibulo
counter (in games), tokenficho
to trust, have faith, have confidencefidar {ntr} [ad ulu, ulo]
trust, confidence, faithfido
trust (legal arrangement)fideikomiso (yuro)
faithful, true, trustyfidela
FijiFidji (lando)
proud (having self-esteem)fiera
fifefifro (muzin)
fig (fruit)figo (frukto)
fig treefigiero (arb)
figure (visible form, shape of a body; also geom., rhet.)figuro
figurantfiguranto
figwortfikario (pl)
fictitious, imaginaryfiktiva
thread; yarn; (metal-filo) wirefilo
filament (of plants, nerves, light bulbs, etc.)filamento
gossamer (floating in the air)filandro
philantropistfilantropo
filariafilario (animalo)
tow (of flax, hemp, jute, etc.)filaso
philatelyfilatelio (cienco)
fillet (meat, fish); thread (of a screw etc.)fileto
phyleticfiletika (biol)
love of musicfilharmonio (muz)
philhellene, philhellenistfilheleno
child (son or daughter)filio
daughterfiliino
sonfiliulo
branch establishment, subsidiary (company)filialo
filigreefiligrano
fern, brackenfiliko (pl)
philippicfilipiko
PhilippinesFilipini (lando)
Filipino (person)Filipinano
philistine (fig. sense)filistro
film (photographic)filmo (fot)
phylogeny, phylogenesisfilogenezo (biol)
philologistfilologo
philologyfilologio (cienco)
phylloxerafiloxero (insekto)
philosopherfilozofo
to philosophisefilozofiar {ntr} (filoz)
philosophyfilozofio
to filter, strain, pass through a filterfiltrar {tr/ntr} [ulo, tra ulo]
to end, finishfinar {tr/ntr}
finalfinala
finallyfine
end, finishfino
financefinanco (pek)
to feign, sham, pretendfingar {tr}
finger; (ped-fingr@o) toefingro (anat)
to finish (give the final touches to), put the finishing touches to, do the last stage in the making offinisar {tr} (tekn)
finite (math., philos.)finita
FinlandFinlando (lando)
FinnishFinlandana
FinnFinlandano
to feint (milit., boxing, fencing, etc.)fintar {ntr}
feint (n.)finto
flourish, ornamental embellishment (in music), grace-notesfiorituro (muz)
firm (commercial)firmo
firmament (lit. & fig.)firmamento
F sharpfis» (muz)
fishfisho (zool)
PiscesFishi (astron)
fissilefisila (fizk)
fisc, public treasuryfisko (pek)
fistulafistulo (patol)
to fit; suit (as to shape or size)fitar {ntr}
to make (something) fitfitigar
fixed (of a star, look, idea, etc.), fast (firm)fixa
to fix, fastenfixigar {tr}
physicsfiziko (cienco)
physiognomy (art of reading character from the face or body)fiziognomonio
physiocracyfiziokratio
physiology (science)fiziologio (cienco)
countenance, physiognomy (facial appearance)fizionomio
(GB) physiotherapy, (US) physical therapyfizioterapio (medic)
custard pieflado
flagellumflagelo (biol)
to flare up, deflagrate (chem., also fig.)flagrar {ntr}
flagrante delictoflagranta delikto
flageoletflajoleto (muzin)
puddle, small poolflako
flacon, (small) flaskflakono
flame, flare (also fig.)flamo
flamingoflamingo (ucelo)
to stroll, saunter, wander idlyflanar {ntr}
FlemingFlandro
FlandersFlandria (lando)
FlemingFlandriano
flannel (material)flanelo (stofo)
flange (of a tube)flanjo (mek)
side (as distinct from front or back), breast (of a ship), flank (of an army)flanko
to be on the flank offlankumar {tr}
to scent, smell (an odour, an object)flarar {tr}
to flatterflatar {tr}
to break windflatuar {ntr}
flatusflatuo
flatulentflatulenta (medic)
yellowflava
phlebitisflebito (morbo)
arrow; spire, flècheflecho
to nurse, care for (a child, a sick person)flegar {tr}
(med.) phlegm; (fig.) phlegm, stolidity, imperturbabilityflegmo
phlegmonflegmono (patol)
foil (for fencing)flereto (armo)
to bend, bow, flexflexar {tr/ntr}
inflection (grammatical)flexiono (gram)
flint glassflintglaso
to flirtflirtar {ntr}
spangle, sequinflitro
to flog, whipflogar {tr}
tuft, flock (as of wool or hair); flake (as of snow)floko
flower, bloom, blossom (also fig.)floro (bot)
to blossom, bloomflorifar
cauliflowerflorkaulo (leg)
guilder, florinflorino (pek)
flower-work (ornament)florono
finfloso (biol)
fleet (naval)floto (nav)
to floatflotacar {ntr}
flotilla (fleet of small ships)flotilio (nav)
phloxfloxo (pl)
to flowfluar {ntr}
flowing, runningfluanta
fluent, variable quantityfluanto (matem)
to flyflugar {ntr}
(fig.) shuttlecockflugbalono
flywheelflugroto (mek)
fluidfluida
to move to and fro, fluctuate, waver (also fig., of opinions)fluktuar {ntr}
fluctuation (also elec.)fluktuo
(GB) flounder (fish), fluke (fish)flundro (fisho)
fluorinefluoro (elem)
to fluorescefluorecar {ntr}
fluorspar, fluor, calcium fluoride, (US) fluoritefluorino (min)
fluoroscopefluoroskopo (aparato)
fluoroscopyfluoroskopio (medic)
staircase landing, horizontal part of a routefluro (arkit)
flutefluto (muzin)
flute (orchestral), transverse flutefluto transversa (muzin)
(large) river (flowing into the sea)fluvio (geog)
to rise (of a tide)fluxar {ntr}
flood tide, high tidefluxo
PhocisFocido (lando)
to dig (the ground, etc.)fodar {tr}
focus (geom., opt.)foko
crazy, mad; (fig.) foolishfola
piddockfolado (animalo)
leaf (plant or book); thin sheet (paper etc.); folio (leaf of paper)folio
leafletfolieto
to turn over the leaves (of a book), leaf throughfoliumar
feuilleton (literary part of a newspaper)folietono
follicle (bot., anat.)folikulo
folklorefolkloro
to foment (medical & fig.)fomentar {tr} (medic)
sound (phys.)fono (fizk)
to foundfondar {tr}
phoneticsfonetiko
phonetism #fonetismo
fungous excrescence (path.), fungus (path.)fongo (patol)
to record ... on a phonographfonografar {tr}
phonographfonografilo (aparato)
phonometryfonometrio (tekn)
spring, natural source (of water), font (also fig.)fonto
fontanelle, fontanelfontanelo
fountain (artificial)fonteno
away from, far fromfor {prep}
remote, distantfora
(far) awayfore
to throw awayforjetar {tr}
force (mechanical)forco (fizk)
convict; galley slaveforcato
forcepsforcepso
fodder, forageforejo (subs)
forestforesto
woodlarkforest-alaudo (ucelo)
fixed-price contract (not subsequently variable)forfeto
earwigforfikulo
to forge (metals)forjar {tr}
pitchfork (also fig. of any similar tool)forko
(table) forkforketo
shape, form, conformation; (fig.) mode, appearanceformo
formalformala
to shape, formformacar {tr}
formaldehydeformaldehido (kem)
formalinformalino (kem)
format (book, paper)formato
antformiko
to teem, swarm (like ants)formikumar {ntr}
FormosaFormoza (lando)
formulaformulo
form (to be filled in), blank (form)formulario
oven; kilnforno (aparato)
to fornicatefornikar {ntr}
phoronomy (geometry of movement and of the mechanics of movement)foronomio
to (break by) force (a door, lock, etc.)forsar {tr}
perhaps, maybeforsan {adv}
strong (also fig., mus.)forta
strengthforteso
to strengthenfortigar
to fortify (milit.)fortifikar {tr} (milit)
fortress; (fig.) strongholdfortreso (fortif)
good luck, good fortune; (myth.) Fortunafortuno
lucky, fortunatefortunoza
forumforumo
pit, hole (in the ground)foso
ditch, trench; moatfosato
phosphorusfosfo (elem)
phosphenefosfeno (fiziol)
phosphidefosfido (kem)
to phosphorescefosforecar {ntr} (fizk)
fossil (adj.)fosila
fossilfosilo
post (upright timber), stake; jambfosto
light (physics)foto (fizk)
armchairfotelo (moblo)
photophonefotofono (aparato)
photogenic (biol.), light-emittingfotogena (biol)
to photoengravefotograbar {tr} (arto)
to photographfotografar {tr} (arto)
photographfotografuro
photochemistryfotokemio (cienco)
to photocopyfotokopiar {tr}
to make (a plate) using photolithographyfotolitografar {tr} (imprim)
photometerfotometro (instr)
photometryfotometrio (fizk)
photonfotono (fizk)
photospherefotosfero (astron)
photosynthesisfotosintezo (biol)
phototaxis, heliotaxisfototaktismo (biol)
phototropism, heliotropismfototropismo (bot)
foxfoxo (mamif)
fox-trot (dance)foxtroto (danso)
time (in counting), occasion (in repetition), turn (in series)foyo
on occasionfoye
foyer, lobbyfoyero (arkit)
fraction (arith.)fraciono (matem)
strawberryfrago (frukto)
strawberry plantfragiero (pl)
fragment, broken piece, scrapfragmento
phragmoplastfragmoplasto (biol)
fragile (also fig.)frajila
tail coat, dress coatfrako (vesto)
to shatter, smashfrakasar {tr}
fractalfraktalo
frame (of a machine, car, etc.), chassis, sash (of a window)framo
freemasonframasono
raspberryframbo (frukto)
raspberry bushframbiero (pl)
FrenchFranca
FrenchmanFranco
FranceFrancia (lando)
double-headed battle-axe (of the Franks)francisko
Franciscan (monk)Franciskano (rel)
black alder (tree), alder-buckthornfrangulo (arb)
fringe (border of loose threads, etc.)franjo
francfranko (pek)
francolinfrankolino (ucelo)
FranconiaFrankonia (lando)
native of FranconiaFrankoniano
to strike, hit, knock, slap; (fig.) make an impression on (s-one)frapar {tr}
brother or sister (also relig.), siblingfrato
sisterfratino
brotherfratulo
puffinfraterkulo (ucelo)
to defraud; cheat (at play, in a game or sport)fraudar {tr/ntr}
ash (tree)fraxino (arb)
spawnfrayo (biol)
sentence (gram.), phrase (mus.)frazo
phraseologyfrazeologio
frigatefregato (batelo)
frigate birdfregat-ucelo (ucelo)
to shudder, quiver; tremble (from passion)fremisar {ntr} [de, pro]
brakefreno (mek)
frenzy (furious delirium; also fig.)frenezio
phrenologyfrenologio
frequent (tech.); frequentative (gram.)frequa
frequency (also elec.)frequeso
to frequent, visit often, haunt; attend (a school, etc.)frequentar {tr}
fresh (newly made, gathered, done or obtained)fresha
frescofresko (arto)
to charter (a vessel)fretar {tr} (pek)
to countersinkfrezar {tr} (mek)
friable, crumblyfriabla
tastyfrianda
to rub (mech., med.)fricionar {tr} [per] (mek)
rubbing, frictionfriciono
PhrygiaFrigia (lando)
Phrygian (person)Frigiano
cold (tech.)frigoro
to refrigeratefrigorizar {tr}
refrigeratorfrigorizilo (aparato)
to fricasseefrikasar {tr} (koquo)
rascally, knavishfripona
rascal, roguefripono
friezefriso (arkit)
to wriggle, fidget, friskfriskar {ntr}
moratorium, respite, delay, postponement (time in which to do something)fristo
to fryfritar {tr/ntr} (koquo)
fritillary (bot.)fritilario (pl)
(of a person) frivolous; (of a thing) trifling, pointlessfrivola
to curl (of hair)frizar {tr/ntr}
FrieslandFrizia (lando)
Frisian, Friesian (person)Friziano
frog (of braid or galloon)frogo
frock (of a monk)froko (vesto)
to graze (brush past), touch (in passing)frolar {tr}
cheesefromajo
sling (weapon; surg.)frondo (armo)
forehead; (fig.) frontfronto
frontierfrontiero
frontispiece (of a book)frontispico
pedimentfrontono (arkit)
to freezefrostar {ntr}
to freeze (something)frostigar {tr}
to rub, scrubfrotar {tr}
early (adj.)frua
early (adv.)frue
frugalfrugala
rook (bird)frugilego (ucelo)
fruit (also fig.)frukto
wheatfrumento (pl)
to wrinkle, pucker, purse (the lips), knit (the brows), gather (cloth)frunsar {tr}
worn, defaced, weathered, shabby, threadbarefrusta
to deprive (s-one) unjustly (of s-thing)frustrar {tr} [de] (judic)
phthisis, consumption, tuberculosisftizio (patol)
tun, large caskfudro
fuelfuelo
to flee (from), run away (from)fugar {tr/ntr}
flight; (mus.) fuguefugo
beech marten, stone martenfuino (mamif)
seaweed, kelpfuko (pl)
to tread or trample on; full (cloth)fular {tr}
foulard; (fig.) silk handkerchieffulardo (stofo)
to flash (like lightning)fulgurar {ntr} (meteor)
flash-light powderfulgur-pulvero
fulguritefulgurito (min)
sootfuligino (subs)
cootfulko (ucelo)
fulmarfulmaro (ucelo)
to strike (as lightning, also fig.)fulminar {tr/ntr} (meteor)
(flash of) lightning, fulminationfulmino
to smokefumar {tr/ntr}
lamp-blackfum-nigro
fumitoryfumario (pl)
fumarole, volcanic ventfumarolo (geol)
to function (all senses), act (as), work (of machinery)funcionar {ntr}
bottom, lowest part (of something hollow, of a vase, of a well, of a sea), fundus; (fig.) basis, background (of a picture)fundo
foundation, that on which anything rests, (fig.) basisfundamento
funnelfunelo (mek)
blunderbussfunel-fusilo (armo)
funeralfunero
undertakerfuneristo
baleful, pernicious, malignfunesta
fungusfungo (biol)
funicularfunikulara (mek)
pound (weight)funto (mez)
fortfuorto (fortif)
furfuro
ferret (also fig. of an inquisitive person)fureto (mamif)
to hunt with a ferretfuretagar {ntr}
to search into, ferret outfuretumar {tr}
van (for goods or army baggage, etc.)furgono (veturo)
to be enraged or furiousfuriar {ntr}
furiousfurioza
Fury (myth.)Furio (mitol)
quartermasterfuriero
furnacefurnazo (aparato)
stove (for heating or cooking)furnelo (aparato)
to furnish, provide or supply (s-thing to s-one)furnisar {tr} [ulo ad ulu]
to steal, thievefurtar {tr}
boil (inflamed swelling), furunclefurunklo (patol)
to botch, bunglefushar {tr}
rifle, musketfusilo (armo)
fustian (fabric)fusteno (stofo)
foot (measure of 12 inches)futo (mez)
football (game)futbalo
lining (of clothes)futero
futurefutura
future (also the tense)futuro
fuchsiafuxio (pl)
fuchsin, fuchsinefuxino (kem)
to meltfuzar {tr}
fuse (elec.)fuzeblo (elek)
rocket; fuse, (US) fuze (of a bomb, etc.)fuzeo
fuselagefuzelajo
spindle treefuzeno (arb)
fusion (intimate combination, such as biological or nuclear)fuziono
fjord, fiordfyordo (geog)
storm coat (with hood)gabano (vesto)
lighter (type of barge)gabaro (batelo)
gabiongabiono (milit)
GabonGabon (lando)
gabbrogabro (min)
gadoliniumgadolinio (elem)
boathook; (fig.) gaff (angling)gafo
jet (mineral)gagato (min)
any long narrow vertical holder, scabbard, sheathgaino
deposit, pledge, pawngajo (pek)
gallnut, gall-apple, nutgallgalo (bot)
gala (adj.)gala- {pref}
gallantgalanta
galantinegalanteno
Galatia (Asia Minor)Galatia (lando)
galaxygalaxio (astron)
galbanumgalbano (subs)
galley (printing)galeo (tipog)
galenagaleno
galley (type of ship)galero (batelo)
gallery (covered passageway; top floor in a theatre; (top) balcony in a church, etc.)galerio (arkit)
flat pastry cakegaleto
galliumgalio (elem)
Galicia (on the north side of the Carpathians)Galicia (lando)
Galician (native of Carpathian Galicia)Galiciano
Gallicismgalicismo
gallican (religion)galikana (rel)
GalileeGalilea (lando)
Galilean (person)Galileano
nonsense, gibberish (talk or writing that is so confused as to be unintelligible)galimatiaso
moorhen; water hen; gallinulegalinelo (ucelo)
galleongaliono (batelo)
galiot, galliotgalioto (nav)
Galicia (in Spain)Galisia (lando)
Galician (Spanish person)Galisiano
Gaul (person)Gallo
Gaul (region)Gallia (lando)
galloon, braidgalono
to gallop (also fig.)galopar {ntr}
shoe with a wooden solegalosho (vesto)
galvanicgalvanala
galvanise (stimulate: elec. & fig.)galvanizar {tr} (fizk)
galvanometergalvanometro
to electroplate, galvanise (plate)galvanoplastar {tr}
galvanotaxisgalvanotaktismo (biol)
galvanotropismgalvanotropismo (biol)
gamut or scale (music)gamo (muz)
leggambo
GambiaGambia (river)
GambiaGambia (lando)
to trip (s-one) upgambitar {tr} [ulu]
to skip about, romp, gambolgambolar {ntr}
mess bowl; (fig.) mess (military)gamelo
gametegameto (biol)
gametophyte (biol.)gametofito (biol)
to gain, earn, winganar {tr}
gannetganeto (ucelo)
gangue, gang (in an ore)gango (geol)
gangliongangliono (anat)
to be affected with gangrenegangrenar {ntr} (patol)
gangrene; (fig.) corruptiongangreno (patol)
gooseganso (ucelo)
single file, Indian fileganso-marcho
gooseflesh, goosepimplesganso-pelo
gloveganto (vesto)
to gape (stare in wonder), gawkgapar {ntr}
to position out of the way, place to one side; garage (a vehicle); shunt, put into a siding (a train); (put into) dock (a ship, boat)garar {tr}
to move aside, give way (to let another pass)garar su
to guarantee, warrantgarantiar {tr}
sheaf (of corn, etc.)garbo (biol)
chick pea, chickpeagarbanzo (pl)
to guard (persons); tend (animals)gardar {tr}
gardengardeno
gardeniagardenio (pl)
roach (fish)gardio (fisho)
warrengareno
to garglegargarar {tr}
sentry boxgarito
to furnish with things needed to complete or embellish; garnishgarnisar {tr}
garnish, trimming, trim, embellishment, decorationgarnituro
garrisongarnizono (milit)
short piece of wood (twisted so as to tighten a cord around something)garoto
garter (around leg); suspender (for stockings)gartero (vesto)
gasgaso (fizk)
GasconGaskono
GasconyGaskonia (lando)
inhabitant of GasconyGaskoniano
gasholder, gasometergasometro (aparato)
guestgasto
gastropod, gasteropodgasteropodo (animalo)
stomach ache, gastralgiagastralgio (morbo)
gastritisgastrito (morbo)
gourmet, gastronomegastronomo
gastronomygastronomio (arto)
to gauge (measure the capacity of)gaujar {tr}
to overfeed, fatten, cram (an animal with food)gavar {tr}
gavial, gharial, garialgavialo (animalo)
gavot, gavottegavoto (danso)
merry, gay, cheerfulgaya
guaiacum (wood), lignum vitae (wood)gayako
gauzegazo (stofo)
gazellegazelo (mamif)
petrol, (US) gasolinegazolino (kem)
grassgazono (bot)
(prefix emphasising that both sexes are present; e.g. ge-fil-i: sons and daughters; ge-kuz-i: cousins of both sexes; ge-bov-i: bulls and cows)ge- {pref}
gablegeblo (arkit)
Gehenna; (fig.) hellgeheno (biblo)
geishageisha»
geckogeko (rept)
gelatinegelatino (subs)
Gelderland, Guelderland, GueldersGeldrio (lando)
commission (money), percentage (on sales)gelto
gem, precious stonegemo
gemmule (biol.)gemulo (biol)
genegeno (biol)
gentian (plant)genciano (pl)
genealogy, pedigreegenealogio
genusgenero
general (adj.), genericgenerala
generation (people of the same period)generaciono
general (military)generalo (milit)
generalissimo, supreme commandergeneralisimo (milit)
generator (tech.)generatoro
geneticsgenetiko (cienco)
genesis (also Biblical); genesis, generation (geom.)genezo
genius (talent or ability); (fig.) attendant spiritgenio
to beget or give birth to; generate (geom.)genitar {tr}
progeny, offspringgenituro
genitivegenitivo (gram)
parentgenitoro
genomegenomo (biol)
genotypegenotipo (biol)
GenoaGenova
gender (grammatical sex)genro (gram)
gensgento
kneegenuo
to kneel (down)genupozar {ntr}
geocentricgeocentrala
geodesygeodezio (cienco)
geophysicsgeofiziko
geographergeografo
geographygeografio (cienco)
geoidgeoido (geod)
geologistgeologo
geologygeologio (cienco)
to practise geomancygeomanciar {ntr}
geometriciangeometro
geometrygeometrio (cienco)
Georgism (economic theory of Henry George)Georgismo
Georgist (follower of Henry George)Georgisto
geotaxisgeotaktismo (biol)
geotropicgeotropa (biol)
cheetahgepardo (mamif)
geranium, cranesbillgeranio (pl)
gyrfalcon, gerfalcongerfalko (ucelo)
German (person)Germano
GermanyGermania (lando)
germaniumgermanio (elem)
gerontologygerontologio (cienco)
gerundgerundio
G flatges» (muz)
to gesticulategestar {ntr}
gaiter, spatgetro (vesto)
geysergeyser» (geol)
ghettoghetto»
hump, rounded protuberance, bossgibo
Ghibellinegibelino
gibbongibono (mamif)
wicket, window (in a ticket office, bank etc.)gicheto (arkit)
giga- (thousand million)giga- (mez)
giantgiganto
guildgildo
guillemotgilemoto (ucelo)
to decorate with a guillochegilochar {tr}
guillotinegilotino (aparato)
jew's-harp, Jew's harpgimbardo (muzin)
to do gymnasticsgimnastikar {ntr}
gymnasticsgimnastiko
gymnasium: grammar school, academic high schoolgimnazio
gymnospermgimnospermo (bot)
electric eelgimnoto (fisho)
gynandrian, gynandrousginandra (bot)
gynoecium, gynaeceum, gynecium; den of femalesgineceo (arkit)
gynaecology, (US) gynecologyginekologio (cienco)
broom (shrub)ginesto (pl)
furze, gorse, whindorno-ginesto (pl)
gynodioeciousginodioika (bot)
lammergeiergipaeto (ucelo)
gypsum, hydrated calcium sulphate, ~gessogipso (kem)
guipure (lace)gipuro
garland (of flowers, leaves etc.)girlando
gyroscopegiroskopo
G sharpgis (muz)
to cast (with molten metal, glass etc.)gisar {tr} (mek)
corncocklegitago (pl)
guitargitaro (muzin)
gizzardgizardo (zool)
to glaze (put a gloss on)glacar {tr}
ice; (fig.) ice-creamglacio (subs)
glacierglaciero (geol)
glacis (of a fortification)glacizo (fortif)
gladiatorgladiatoro
gladiolusgladiolo (pl)
acorn; (fig.) acorn-shaped piece of wood etc.; glansglano
glandglando (anat)
(drinking) glass, tumblerglaso
smooth, sleekglata
glaucomaglaukomo (morbo)
sword (straight cutting sword; also fig.)glavo (armo)
clod, lump of earthglebo
glenoidglenoido (anat)
to glaze (pottery)glezar {tr}
glia, neuroglia, glia tissueglio (anat)
glycerine, glyceringlicerino (kem)
wisteriaglicino
glycogenglikogeno (biokem)
glycogenesisglikogenezo (biokem)
glicine, glycin, glycocollglikokolo (kem)
glycolglikolo (kem)
glycoprotein, glucoproteinglikoproteido (biokem)
glucose, glycoseglikoso (kem)
to glean; (fig.) gather (things thinly scattered)glinar {tr}
gliomagliomo (patol)
to carve or engrave (precious stones or medals)gliptar {tr}
dormousegliro (mamif)
common dormouseavelan-gliro (mamif)
to glide, slide, slipglitar {ntr}
to plane, glide (in the air)glit-flugar {ntr}
slip-knot, running knotglit-nodo
globe, orbglobo
globoid, globosity (biol.)globoido (biol)
corpuscle (of blood)globulo (anat)
globulinglobulino (biokem)
gloryglorio
gloss (textual)gloso
glossaryglosario
glottisgloto (anat)
gloxiniagloxinio (pl)
gluegluo (subs)
to gurgle (with the sound of water from a bottle)gluglar {ntr}
glumeglumo (bot)
to swallow, gulp down (also fig.)glutar {tr}
glutamateglutamato (kem)
buttockgluteo (anat)
gluten (as from flour), gliadingluteno (subs)
to stick, paste, glue (together), fasten or be fastened by adhesionglutinar {tr/ntr}
gneissgneiso (min)
gnomegnomo (mitol)
gnomongnomono
gnosticgnostika (rel)
gnostic (n.)gnostiko (rel)
gnugnuo (mamif)
Gobelin tapestrygobelin-tapeto
Gobelin carpetgobelin-tapiso
gudgeon, goby (fish)gobio (fisho)
goblet, (metal) mug without a handlegobleto
schooner (two-masted)goeleto (batelo)
golf (game)golfo (lud)
smut, blight (fungus disease of wheat)golpo (bot)
gonadgonado (biol)
pintle (of a door etc.)gondo (arkit)
gondola (boat; cabin of an airship)gondolo
gonfalon (mediaeval banner)gonfalono
goniometergoniometro
goniometrygoniometrio
gonococcal infectiongonokocio (morbo)
gonococcusgonokoko (medic)
gonorrhoea, (US) gonorrheagonoreo (morbo)
GordianGordiala
Gordian knotGordiala nodo
to twitter, chirp (of small birds)gorgear {ntr}
to gurgle, purl, murmur (as noise of brooks); rumble (as water in stomach)gorgolar {ntr}
gorillagorilo (mamif)
GothGoto
goutgoto (morbo)
Gotland, Gothland, GottlandGotia (lando)
Gothic (of architecture, etc.)gotika
to engrave (lines), etchgrabar {tr} (arto)
grace (divine)graco (rel)
grace(fulness), charm, elegance; (Gracio) one of the three Gracesgracio
one of the three GracesGracio (mitol)
slender and graceful, sveltegracila
step (of stairs); rank, grade; degree (temperature etc.); degree (academic); size (of shoes etc.)grado
gradient (physics, math.)gradiento
graphic (related to drawing)grafika (arto)
graph, chartgrafiko
style of writing or drawing, traits of a written character or word or of a drawinggrafismo
graphitegrafito
graphologygrafologio (cienco)
graphometer (semicircle used to measure angles in surveying)grafometro (instr)
gram, grammegramo (mez)
grammargramatiko (cienco)
gramineous (grass-like) plant; (loosely) grassgramino (bot)
record-player, gramophone, (US) phonographgramofono (aparato)
grain (a very small, hard mass; particles or layers in a material)grano
loft, attic, hayloftgranario (arkit)
garnetgranato (min)
big, large, great (also fig.)granda
grandiose, imposinggrandioza
granitegranito (min)
to grant (requests, demands), allow, confer (favours, privileges, etc.), award (damages)grantar {tr}
granule in granulation tissue (as from wounds, ulcers)granulo (medic)
granulomagranulomo (patol)
cluster, bunch (of fruits or flowers on a common stalk)grapo
grapnel, grappling hook, grapplegrapino
fat, greasegraso (subs)
to scrape (against), scratch (lightly, as to allay itching)gratar {tr}
to bestow money (etc.) on, tip (s-one), give a bounty togratifikar {tr}
browned crumbs (or cheese)gratino (koquo)
to be grateful togratitudar {tr} [ulu pri ulo]
gratitudegratitudo
free (of cost), gratuitousgratuita (pek)
to congratulategratular {tr} [pri, pro]
heavy; (fig.) weighty, momentous, grave; (accent) grave; (mus.) deep, lowgrava
grave accentgrava acento (gram)
specific gravitygraveso specifika (fizk)
gravel (stones in kidney or bladder)gravelo (patol)
gravel (small stones or pebbles)gravio (subs)
pregnant, with childgravida (biol)
to gravitate (phys. & fig.)gravitar {ntr} (fizk)
grebegrebo (ucelo)
to graft (plant, tree)greftar {tr} [sur] (biol)
Gregorian (calendar, chant, etc.)Gregoriala
Greek (adj.)Greka
Greek (person)Greko
GreeceGrekia (lando)
to hailgrelar {imp} (meteor)
lap (of a sitting person); (fig.) bosomgremio
pomegranate; grenadegrenado
GreenlandGrenlando (lando)
GreenlanderGrenlandano
sandstonegreso (min)
railing; grating; grategreto
gryphon, griffon, griffin (mythical monster); griffon (dog)grifono
to grill (as on a gridiron), (US) broilgrilar {tr/ntr} (koquo)
cricket (insect)grilio (insekto)
mole-cricketgriliotalpo (insekto)
to make up (s-one) to look old by painting on wrinkles etc.grimar {tr}
to grimacegrimasar {ntr}
to make a grinding noise; grind or gnash one's teethgrincar {ntr}
to grind, work (s-thing) with a grindstone, whetstone etc.grindar {tr}
influenza, 'flu, grippe, gripgripo (morbo)
grey, (US) graygriza
groggrogo (drnkj)
to roar, rumble, boom (of wind, waves, storm, distant thunder); growl, snarl (of animals)grondar {ntr}
rump, croup (of a horse etc.); (arch.) hip roofgropo
thick and long; (fig.) bulky, fat, grossgrosa
gross (dozen dozen)grosdekeduo
coarse, rough, crude, gross (of a person, act or thing)grosiera
grottogroto
grotesquegroteska
gooseberrygrozelo (frukto)
crane (bird; astron.)gruo (ucelo)
crutch (support)grucho
one who uses crutches; (fig.) cripplegruchiero
groats, gritsgruelo
groom (servant)grumo
clot (in liquid), lump (of powder)grumelo
to grunt (as a pig); grumble, growl (as a person)grunar {ntr}
group; clump (of trees); flock (of sheep)grupo
(white, black, red) grouse, ptarmigangruzo (ucelo)
Georgia (by the Black Sea)Gruzia (lando)
gouache (technique)guacho (arto)
GuadeloupeGuadelupa (lando)
guanoguano (subs)
guanineguanino (biokem)
guard (body of troops)guardo (milit)
to keep watch for, lie in wait forguatar {tr}
GuatemalaGuatemala (lando)
Guiana, The GuianasGuayana (lando)
province ruled by a governor (on behalf of a central government)gubernio (polit)
targudro (subs)
eagle-owlgufo (ucelo)
to guide, lead (show the way)guidar {tr} [ad, pri]
gean (fruit), sweet cherry, wild cherryguindo (frukto)
GuineaGuinea (lando)
ghoulgulo (mitol)
gulf (large bay)gulfo (geog)
goulashgulyasho
gum (substance that exudes from certain trees)gumo (subs)
gamboge, cambogia (gum resin)gumiguto (subs)
gamboge treegumigutiero (arb)
lac (resin)gumlako (subs)
milk-scall, -crust, scabs on an infant's headgurmo (morbo)
gourmandgurmando
strap (for binding), girth (of a saddle)gurto
to taste (taste something)gustar {tr}
drop (of liquid)guto
gutta-percha (substance)gutaperko (subs)
(internal) throat, gulletguturo (anat)
to govern (child, ship, in politics, grammar, machinery, etc.), rule directlyguvernar {tr}
government (governing)guvernado
government (establishment)guvernerio
guava (fruit)guyavo (frukto)
ha!, ah!ha [!] {interj}
clever, skilful, adroithabila
to habilitatehabilitar {tr}
to inhabit, live in (permanently)habitar {tr/ntr} [ulo, en ulo]
binnacle, compass-boxhabitaklo (nav)
to hash, chop up into small pieces; hatch (in drawing)hachar {tr}
hagiographerhagiografo
hagiographyhagiografio (cienco)
HaitiHaiti (lando)
to chop, cut up (as with an axe (US: ax))hakar {tr} [per]
very large room, hallhalo (arkit)
halophiloushalofita (bot)
halophytehalofito (bot)
halogenhalogeno (kem)
halo, nimbus (astron., fotog.)halono
to halt, stop (in travel or movement)haltar {ntr}
dumbbellhaltero
springtailhaltiko (insekto)
to hallucinatehalucinar {ntr}
hallux, (the) big toehaluxo (anat)
hamadryad (wood nymph)hamadriado (mitol)
hammockhamako
witch hazelhamamelo (pl)
hamsterhamstro (mamif)
fowl (hen or cock), chicken; cock (of a gun or pistol)hano (ucelo)
henhanino
cock (fowl), roosterhanulo
hip; haunchhancho (anat)
to handicaphandikapar {tr}
shed, hangarhangaro
Hanse townhanso
haptics, science of touchhaptiko (cienco)
(a single) hair (of a person's head)haro (anat)
hair (collectively, on a person's head)hararo
hard (not soft)harda
harem, hareemharemo
herringharingo (fisho)
to be in harmonyharmoniar {ntr} [kun]
harmonic (sound)harmonialo
harmonic (of division or proportion)harmonika
(mouth) harmonica, mouth organbok-harmoniko (muzin)
harmoniumharmoniumo (muzin)
harnessharneso
harpharpo (muzin)
harpoonharpuno
hashishhashisho (subs)
to hurry, hastenhastar {ntr}
hoehauo
to tow (as in 'towpath')haular {tr}
haustoriumhaustorium»
to have (something)havar {tr}
HawaiiHavayi (lando)
chance occurrence, (hap)hazardhazardo
accidental, chance (adj.)hazardala
by chance, accidentally, perchancehazarde
hey!he [!] {interj}
Hebrew (adj.)Hebrea
Hebrew (person)Hebreo
HebridesHebridi (lando)
ivyhedero (pl)
ground ivyhederaceo (pl)
leaven, sourdoughhefo
hedgehego
dog roseheg-rozo (pl)
hegemonyhegemonio
hegira, hejira, hejra, hijra, hijrahhejiro
hecatomb (lit. and fig.)hekatombo
hectarehektaro (mez)
hectic (med.)hektika (patol)
to hectographhektografar {tr}
hectogramhektogramo (mez)
hectolitre, (US) hectoliterhektolitro (mez)
hectometre, (US) hectometerhektometro (mez)
hectowatthektowato
light (in colour)hela
helleboreheleboro (pl)
stinking helleboreheleboro fetida (pl)
black helleboreheleboro nigra (pl)
green helleboreheleboro verda (pl)
Hellene, Hellenian (ancient Greek)Heleno
HellenismHelenismo
Hellenist (student of Greek civilisation)Helenisto
heliumhelio (elem)
sunflowerhelianto (pl)
rock-rose (Helianthemum)heliantemo (pl)
helicoidhelicoido (tekn)
snailheliko (animalo)
helicopterhelikoptero (veturo)
heliocentricheliocentrala (astron)
heliocentricheliocentrala (astron)
heliophilousheliofila (biol)
heliophobicheliofoba (biol)
to reproduce by heliogravure (photoengraving)heliograbar {tr}
to reproduce by heliography (an engraving process)heliografar {tr}
heliometerheliometro
helioscopehelioskopo
heliostatheliostato (aparato)
heliotropicheliotropa (bot)
heliotropeheliotropo (pl)
helix (anat.)helixo
hellerheller» (pek)
helmet (mediaeval and heraldic)helmo (antiq)
helminthhelminto (animalo)
helminthologyhelmintologio
to help, assist, aidhelpar {tr}
Helvetian (person)Helveto
HelvetiaHelvetia (lando)
homehemo
haematite, (US) hematitehematito (min)
(GB) haematology, (US) hematologyhematologio (cienco)
day-lilyhemerokalo (pl)
hemianoptichemiopa (patol)
hemiplegiahemiplegio (morbo)
hemipteranhemiptero (insekto)
hemistichhemistiko
haemophilia, (US) hemophiliahemofilio (medic)
haemoglobin, (US) hemoglobinhemoglobino (biokem)
haemolysishemolizo (zool)
haemoptysishemoptizio (patol)
haemorrhage, (US) hemorrhagehemoragio (patol)
haemorrhoid, (US) hemorrhoidhemoroido (morbo)
liverhepato (anat)
hepatica (plant of the genus Hepatica), ~liverwort, (US) liverleaf, liverworthepatiko (pl)
hepatitis (med.); hepatite (min.)hepatito
heptahedronheptaedro (geom)
heptagonheptagono (geom)
heraldheraldo
herbaceous plant, herb (bot.)herbo (pl)
herbariumherbario (bot)
medicinal herbherboro (medic)
herbalistherboristo
hearth, fireplaceherdo
to inheritheredar {tr} (yuro)
heresyherezio (rel)
to bristleherisar {tr}
hedgehogherisono (mamif)
hercogamyherkogamio (bot)
Hercules (pr. & fig.)Herkulo
hermaphroditehermafrodito (biol)
hermetichermetika (fizk)
herniahernio (morbo)
heroheroo
heroineheroino
heroinheroeno
heronherono (ucelo)
Hero's fountainHeron-fonteno
herpesherpeto (morbo)
herpetismherpetismo
harrow; portcullisherso
Herzegovina, HercegovinaHerzegovina (lando)
HesseHesia (lando)
Hessian (native of Hesse)Hesiano
heteroblasticheteroblastika (biol)
heterodoxheterodoxa
heterophyllousheterofila (bot)
heterogamousheterogama (biol)
heterogeneousheterogena
heterogenesisheterogenezo (biol)
heterochromosomeheterokromosomo (biol)
heteromorphosisheteromorfoso (biol)
heterosexualheterosexuala
heterostyledheterostila (bot)
heuristic (n.), heuretic (not: heuristics)heuristiko (cienco)
hexahedronhexaedro
hexagonhexagono (geom)
hexameterhexametro (verso)
to hesitate, falterhezitar {ntr} [pri, pro]
hyacinth (plant; mineral)hiacinto
hyaloplasmhialoplasmo (biol)
hiatushiato
to hibernate (pass winter in a dormant state)hibernar {ntr} (zool)
hibiscushibisko (pl)
hybridhibrida (biol)
hydrogenhido (elem)
hidalgohidalgo»
hydathodehidatodo (biol)
Hydra (myth.; astr.); hydra (zool.); hydro- (hydrogen, water)hidro
hydranthidranto
hydratehidrato (kem)
hydraulicshidrauliko (cienco)
hydridehidrido (kem)
person with hydrocephalushidrocefalo
hydrocephalus, water on the brainhidrocefaleso (morbo)
hydrodynamicshidrodinamiko (cienco)
hydrophiloushidrofila
hydrophobiahidrofobio (patol)
hydrogenhidrogeno (elem)
hydrographerhidrografo
hydrographyhidrografio (cienco)
hydrolysishidrolizo (kem)
hydrologyhidrologio (cienco)
to practise hydromancyhidromanciar
hydromancyhidromancio
hydromechanicshidromekaniko (cienco)
hydrometerhidrometro (instr)
hydrometryhidrometrio (cienco)
hydropathyhidropatio (medic)
hydroponicshidroponiko (bot)
dropsyhidropso (morbo)
hydroquinone, hydroquinol, quinolhidroquinono (kem)
hydrostaticshidrostatiko (cienco)
hydrotherapyhidroterapio (medic)
hydroxidehidroxido (kem)
hyenahieno (mamif)
striped hyenahieno strioza (mamif)
yesterdayhiere
pridian, of yesterdayhiera
hierarchyhierarkio
hieratichieratika
hieroglyph(ic)hieroglifo
hygienehigieno (medic)
hygrometerhigrometro (instr)
hygrometryhigrometrio (cienco)
hygroscopehigroskopo (instr)
herehike
hickory (tree)hikorio (arb)
hilumhilo
(Spartan) helothiloto
Himalaya(s)Himalaya (mont)
hymenhimeno
hymeneal, marriage songhimeneo (kanto)
hymeniumhimenio (bot)
hymenopteranhimenoptero (insekto)
hymnhimno (rel)
HinduHinduo (rel)
hyoid (bone)hioido
to hiccuphipar {ntr} (medic)
hypallagehipalago
hyper- (scientific prefix)hiper- {pref}
hyperbatonhiperbato
hyperbole; hyperbolahiperbolo
hyperboloidhiperboloido (geom)
Hyperborean (n.)hiperboreo
hyperaemiahiperemio (morbo)
hyperaesthesia, (US) hyperesthesiahiperestezio (patol)
hypermetropic, far-sightedhipermetropa
hypertrophyhipertrofio, -eso (biol)
hypnocysthipnocisto (biol)
hypnosporehipnosporo (biol)
to be in a hypnotic statehipnotar {ntr} (medic)
to hypnotise, put in a state of hypnosishipnotigar
hypnosis (action), hypnotisationhipnotigo
hypnotism (doctrine)hipnotismo
hypnosis (state), hypnotism (state)hipnoto
hypo- (scientific prefix)hipo- {pref}
hypocycloidhipocikloido (geom)
hypoderm, hypoderma, hypodermishipodermo (anat)
hippodrome, racecoursehipodromo
pituitary gland, hypophysis (#)hipofizo (anat)
hypogastriumhipogastro
hypogeumhipogeo (arkeol)
(GB) hypoglycaemia, (US) hypoglycemiahipoglicemio
hippogriff, hippogryphhipogrifo (mitol)
sea horsehipokampo (fisho)
hypochondria, hypochondriasishipokondrio
hypocriticalhipokrita
hypopyon (med.)hipopiono (morbo)
hippopotamushipopotamo (mamif)
hypostasishipostazo
mortgagehipoteko
hypotenusehipotenuzo (geom)
hypothesishipotezo
hypsometerhipsometro
hypsometryhipsometrio (cienco)
swallow (bird)hirundo (ucelo)
part shaped like a swallow's tail (tech.)hirundo-kaudo (tekn)
to hoist, haul up (also fig.)hisar {tr}
henbanehiskiamo (pl)
hyssophisopo (pl)
SpaniardHispano
SpainHispania (lando)
histaminehistamino (biol)
hysteresishisterezo (fizk)
hysteriahisterio
hysterotomyhisterotomio (kir)
histogenesishistogenezo (biol)
histolysishistolizo (biol)
histologyhistologio
historyhistorio
historiographer (official historian)historiografo
historiographyhistoriografio (cienco)
histrion, stage playerhistriono
to winter, spend the winter (protected); (milit.) go into winter quartershivernar {ntr}
oh!, ho!ho [!] {interj}
(prefix indicating a period in which we now live: ho-di-e: today, ho-seman-e: this week)ho- {pref}
today, this dayhodie
hobby, pastimehobio
oboehoboyo (muzin)
hodographhodografo (matem)
hookhoko
unciform (bone)hokoido (anat)
hello!hola [!] {interj}
HollandHolando (lando)
HollanderHolandano
hold (of a ship)holdo (nav)
holmiumholmio (elem)
holoblasticholoblastika (biol)
holographicholografa
holographyholografio (fizk)
total combustion of a sacrificial victim, (fig.) holocaustholokausto (rel)
holometerholometro (instr)
holomorphic (math.)holomorfa
holothurian, sea cucumberholoturio (animalo)
human, man (human being)homo (mamif)
female personhomino
male personhomulo
to pay one's respects tohomajar {tr}
homagehomajo
homaloidal (math.)homaloida
lobsterhomardo (animalo)
homeopathy, homoeopathyhomeopatio (medic)
homosexualhomeosexuala
HomericHomer-ala, -atra
homily, moralising talk or instructionhomilio
homoblastichomoblastika (biol)
homocentre (math.)homocentro (matem)
homophonehomofono (ling)
homogeneoushomogena
homography (geom.)homografio (geom)
homologoushomologa
homology (geom.)homologio (geom)
homothetic (geom.)homoteta (geom)
homotypichomotipa (biol)
HondurasHonduras (lando)
honesthonesta
honour, (US) honorhonoro
honoraryhonorumala
fee, emolumenthonorario
go!, jump!hop [!] {interj}
hoplitehoplito
Horae, the Hours (godesses)Hori (mitol)
hourhoro
horde, nomadic group; (fig.) crowdhordo
barleyhordeo (pl)
barley sugarhordeo-sukro
horizonhorizonto
horizontalhorizontala
clock, timepiecehorlojo (aparato)
watch (timepiece)horlojeto (aparato)
hormonehormono (biokem)
hornblendehornblendo (min)
hornethorniso (insekto)
to abhor, loath, dread, have a horror ofhororar {tr} [pri, pro, ulu, ulo]
to horrifyhororigar
horoscopehoroskopo
hydrangeahortensio (pl)
hospice, communal home for the old or infirm etchospico
hospitalhospitalo
host (who receives guests)hosto
Host, consecrated waferhostio (rel)
hotelhotelo
ugh!, whew!hu [!] {interj}
little owlhuo (ucelo)
snowy owlhuo nivea (ucelo)
pygmy owlpaser-huo (ucelo)
hawk-owl (Surnia ulula)sparvier-huo (ucelo)
hoofhufo (zool)
Huguenothugenoto
hum!, humph! (indicates doubt)hum [!] {interj}
humane, compassionatehumana
humanismhumanismo
humanist, student of the humanitieshumanisto
humerushumero (anat)
humid; damp, moisthumida
humble, meekhumila
temper, mood, humour, (US) humor (state of mind)humoro
humour, (US) humor (appreciation of the comic or ludicrous)humuro
humushumuso (subs)
doghundo (mamif)
couch grass, couch, scutch grass, quitch grasshundo-herbo (pl)
HungaryHungaria (lando)
Hungarian (person)Hungariano
(intr.) to be hungry, hunger; (fig.) be eager; (tr.) be hungry for, (fig.) eager forhungrar {tr/ntr}
hurrah!, hurray!hura [!] {interj}
wattle, hurdle (drying frame, movable fence, athletic)hurdo
hussarHusaro
houting (a species of whitefish)hutingo (fisho)
(suffix denoting the domain, province or country dependent upon the authority of a person: e.g. duk-i-o: duchy; episkop-i-o: diocese; parok-i-o: parish)i- {suf}
iambic, iambusiambo
thereibe {adv}
IberiaIberia (lando)
ibisibiso (ucelo)
this (adj.)ica (= ca)
these (pron.), these thingsici (= ci)
(suffix denoting a person who is the offspring or descendant: e.g. Izrael-id-o: Israelite)id- {suf}
idant (biol.)idanto (biol)
ideaideo
ideal (adj.)ideala
ideal (n.)idealo
idealismidealismo
idealistidealisto
identical, selfsame, very sameidenta
sameness, identity (of one with another)identeso
to identify (ascertain the identity of)identifikar {tr}
ideographyideografio
ideologyideologio (filoz)
idyllidilio
idioblast (biol.)idioblasto (biol)
idiom: language of a people or tribeidiomo
germ plasm, idioplasmidioplasmo (biol)
idiosomeidiosomo
idiotic, devoid of understandingidiota
idiot, natural foolidioto
idolidolo (rel)
(suffix denoting: (a) person characterised by a certain attribute: e.g. milion-ier-o: millionaire; (b) tree or plant which bears or produces a thing: e.g. pom-ier-o:ier- {suf}
JerusalemIerusalem
JesusIesu
(suffix added to a nominal root to form an intransitive verb denoting: to generate, produce (naturally or artificially) or secrete. E.g. burjon-if-ar: to bud;if- {suf}
to make, cause, renderigar {tr}
(suffix added (a) to an adjective or noun to form a transitive verb denoting: to make, render or transform into. E.g. bel-ig-ar: to beautify; rekt-ig-ar: to straighten;ig- {suf}
iglooigluo
to ignore, disregard, refuse to acknowledgeignorar {tr}
iguanaiguano (rept)
(suffix denoting illness with a disease: e.g. lepr-ik-o: leper; tuberklos-ik-a: having tuberculosis)ik- {suf} (medic)
ichneumon flyikneumono (insekto)
iconikono
iconographyikonografio (cienco)
iconoclastikonoklasto
rangefinderikonometro
icosahedronikosaedro (geom)
jaundiceiktero (morbo)
isinglassiktiokolo (subs)
ichthyologyiktiologio (cienco)
ichthyosauriktiosauro
ictus (med.: beat of the pulse)iktuso (patol)
ictus (rhythmical accent)iktus»
he, himil (= ilu)
(suffix used with a verbal root to denote an instrument, tool or means of performing an action: e.g. bros-il-o: brush; bar-il-o: barrier; kont-il-o: counter;il- {suf}
ileumileono
hollyilexo (pl)
they (masculine)ili
hip bone, haunch bone, innominate boneiliako (anat)
ilium (largest part of the hip bone), iliac boneiliono
illiterateiliterata
illiterate (n.)iliterato
he, himilu
hisilua
to illuminate with festive lights; (fig.) enlighteniluminar {tr}
to illustrateilustrar {tr}
to be under an illusion or delusioniluzionar {ntr}
(suffix denoting a fraction. E.g. du-im-o: half; quar-im-o: quarter; cent-im-o: hundredth part)im- {suf}
to imagineimaginar {tr}
imaginary (math.)imaginara (matem)
picture, image, visual representationimajo
to be immanentimanar {ntr} (rel)
to baste (sew with loose temporary stitches)imbastar {tr}
imbecileimbecila
to soak, wet thoroughlyimbibar {tr}
to overlap (like roof tiles)imbrikar {tr}
immense, hugeimensa
to put partly into a liquid (cp. submersar)imersar {tr} [aden]
to imitateimitar {tr}
real estate (land and buildings)imoblo (yuro)
immoveables, immoveable propertyimobli (yuro)
to immolateimolar {tr} (rel)
immortelle (plant; flower), everlasting (flower)imortelo (pl)
blind alley, cul-de-sac; impasseimpaso
to impede, hamper, hinderimpedar {tr}
to order (e.g. that something be done), commandimperar {tr}
imperativeimperativo (gram)
imperator (commander of ancient Roamn army)imperatoro
imperfect (tense)imperfekto (gram)
empireimperio (polit)
emperorimperiestro
crown imperial (bot.)imperiala krono (pl)
impertinent, impudentimpertinenta
(of things) violence, fury, impetusimpetuo
hand tool, implementimplemento
implied, implicitimplicita
to implyimplikar {tr}
to implore, beseechimplorar {tr} [ulu, pri ulo]
to implodeimplozar {ntr} (fizk)
to matter, be importantimportar {ntr} [pri]
importantimportanta
to importimportacar {tr}
impotentimpotenta (fiziol)
to impose (something on someone)impozar {tr} [ulo ad ulu]
to saturate, impregnateimpregnar {tr} [ye ulo]
to imprecate, curse (against someone)imprekar {ntr}
to impress, make a (material or moral) impression onimpresar {tr}
impresarioimpresario
to print (a book, paper, etc)imprimar {tr}
to pull (take a proof from type)imprim-probar
pull, proof (trial impression from composed type)imprim-proburo
to improviseimprovizar {tr}
to impel (physically or fig.), give an impetus or impulse toimpulsar {tr} [ad]
impetus, impulseimpulso
to impute, ascribeimputar {tr} [ulo, ad ulu]
immune (de)imuna
immunologyimunologio (cienco)
(suffix denoting a female. E.g. aktor-in-o: actress; frat-in-o: sister; kuz-in-o: female cousin; spoz-in-o: wife; bov-in-o: cow; kaval-in-o: mare)in- {suf}
inanitioninaniciono (medic)
innate, inborninata
to inaugurateinaugurar {tr}
to set on fireincendiar {tr}
incenseincenso (subs)
to commit incestincestar {ntr} [kun]
inchinch»
to impinge uponincidar {tr}
incidental, casual (law, grammar)incidenta
incident (minor, subsidiary or related)incidento
to incite, urge onincitar {tr} [ulu ad ulo]
to make an incisionincizar {tr}
(suffix used with a verbal root to mean: deserving to be, worthy of, meriting. E.g. laud-ind-a: praiseworthy, laudable; respekt-ind-a: respectable, worthy of respect;ind- {suf}
indemnity, compensationindemno (yuro)
to indent (text)indentar {tr} (tipog)
index; hand (clock), pointer (scale)indexo
IndiaIndia (lando)
Indian (native of India)Indiano
indictionindiciono
cotton print, printed calico, chintzindieno (stofo)
unconcerned, indifferent, immaterialindiferenta
indigo (dye, colour)indigo (subs)
to be indignantindignar {ntr} [pri, pro, kontre]
to lack, be in want ofindijar {tr}
indigenous, nativeindijena
to indicate, point out, denoteindikar {tr} [ad]
indicative (mood)indikativo (gram)
indicator (tech., chem.)indikatoro
individual (person, animal or thing)individuo
individualindividuala
individuallyindividuale
individualismindividualismo
individualistindividualisto
lazy, indolent, slothfulindolenta
IndonesiaIndonezia (lando)
to endorse (a cheque etc)indosar {tr}
to induce (in logic or in physics)induktar {tr}
armatureinduktato
inductor (elec.)induktoro
to be lenient toindulgar {tr} [ulu, pri ulo]
indulgence (of punishment for sin)induljenco (rel)
indultindulto (rel)
industryindustrio
to coat (with paint, plaster etc), paint (a wall etc)indutar {tr} [ye ulo]
inertia (in physics)inercio (fizk)
inert; (fig.) sluggishinerta
unfailing, certain (to happen)infalibla
infamousinfama
infant (child under 7 years of age)infanto
infanta, infanteinfante»
infantryinfantrio (milit)
infarctinfarkto (patol)
to infect, taintinfektar {tr}
to deduce, inferinferar {tr} [de, ek]
hellinferno
to infestinfestar {tr}
to infiltrate (also fig.)infiltrar {tr/ntr} [aden]
infiniteinfinita (matem)
infinitesimalinfinitezima (matem)
infinitiveinfinitivo (gram)
infirm (in body)infirma
infixinfixo (gram)
to inflate (also fig.)inflar {tr} [per ulo, ye ulo]
to inflame (cause inflammation)inflamar {tr} (patol)
inflect (a vowel or curve)inflexar {tr}
inflexion, inflection (gram., geom.)inflexo
inflorescenceinfloresenco (bot)
to influenceinfluar {tr} [per, pri, pro]
influenzainfluenzo (morbo)
influx (biol.)influxo (biol)
to informinformar {tr} [ulu, pri ulo]
information science, informaticsinformatiko (cienco)
at the bottom or lowest partinfre {adv}
lowermost, bottom (of different levels)infra
to infuse (soak to extract flavour etc)infuzar {tr}
infusoriainfuzorio (zool)
to ingestingestar {tr} (fiziol)
to blend together (tech., pharm.), include (pharm.: one substance within another)inglobar {tr}
to mesh, engage (of cogs, gears etc.)ingranar {tr/ntr} [ye] (mek)
ingredientingrediento
groin (of body)inguino (anat)
to inhaleinhalar {tr}
to inhere (be inherent)inherar {ntr}
to inhibitinhibar {tr}
to initiateiniciar {tr}
to inject (a substance)injektar {tr} [en, aden]
ingenious (of a person)injenioza
engineerinjenioro
inkinko
to be incandescent, incandesceinkandecar {ntr}
to incardinateinkardinar {tr} (rel)
incarnationinkarnaco (teol)
to collect (money), cash (a cheque), (fig.) takeinkasar {tr} (financ)
to fit in, push into a socket; set (jewel)inkastrar {tr}
to incline (phys., mental), lean; be disposed (in some way)inklinar {tr/ntr} [ad, por]
to include, enclose, incloseinkluzar {tr} [en, aden]
inchoate (gram.)inkoativa (gram)
incognito (person who is incognito)inkognito
to clutter, obstructinkombrar {tr} [ye]
to encrust, inlayinkrustar {tr}
incubus (demon)inkubo (mitol)
to be sickeninginkubacar {ntr} (medic)
to implant firmly in the mindinkulkar {tr}
early printed book; (-i) incunabulainkunablo
to incurinkurar {tr}
to make a (military) incursion, make a raidinkursar {ntr} [en] (milit)
to inoculateinokular {tr} (medic)
to conduct an enquiry, investigateinquestar {ntr} [pri, che]
(the) Inquisitioninquiziciono
inquisitor (officer of the inquisition)inquizitoro
insectinsekto (animalo)
to insertinsertar {tr} [ulo, aden]
to set a trap for (someone; lit. & fig.)insidiar {tr}
badge; (shop) signinsigno
to lead in subtly, suggest indirectlyinsinuar {tr} [su, ulo, aden]
insipidinsipida
to insist, be insistentinsistar {ntr} [pri, pro, por]
insolentinsolenta
to inspect, examine, overseeinspektar {tr}
to inspireinspirar {tr} [ad]
to installinstalar {tr} [ulu]
instance (process of a suit)instanco (yuro)
instant, moment (of time)instanto
to instigate, inciteinstigar {tr} [ad]
to instil (pour in in drops); (fig.) infuseinstilar {tr} [aden]
instinctinstinto
to instituteinstitucar {tr}
institutioninstitucuro
instituteinstituto
instruction (how to do or use something)instruciono
to teach (someone, not something), instructinstruktar {tr}
instrumentinstrumento
island, isleinsulo (geog)
insulininsulino (biokem)
to insultinsultar {tr}
intaglio (engraved gem)intalio
whole, entire, intactintegra
integerintegro
integral (mathematics)integralo (matem)
to understand with the intellectintelektar {tr}
intellectual (adj.)intelektala
intelligible (philos.)intelektebla
intelligentinteligenta
to intend, have in viewintencar {tr}
intent, intentionintenco
intentionalintencala
commissariat (military)intendanco (milit)
intendant, superintendentintendanto
intendancy (sphere of an intendant)intendantio
intenseintensa
between; amonginter {prep}
to interleaveinterfoliizar {tr}
to lie in-betweeninterjacar
internationalinternaciona
to interruptinterruptar {tr}
to intersectintersekar {tr}
to intervene, interfereintervenar {ntr}
to interceptinterceptar {tr}
to intercedeintercesar {ntr} [por, favore di]
to prohibit, forbidinterdiktar {tr} [ulo, ad ulu]
to interestinteresar {tr} [pri, ad]
interest (on a loan; advantage)interesto
to interfere (of light)interferar {ntr} (fizk)
interim, intervening timeinterimo
interjection (gram.)interjeciono (gram)
intermezzo, interludeintermezo (muz)
to be intermittentintermitar {ntr}
internal, inner, interior, inside (adj.)interna
intern (resident), inmate (of an institution), boarder (at a school)interno
interior (n.), inside (n.)internajo
internally, inside (adv.)interne
International (international socialist organisation)internacionalo
interrogative (gram.: adj.)interogativa (gram)
interrogative (gram.: n.)interogativo (gram)
to interpellate, demand answers ofinterpelar {tr}
to interpolateinterpolar {tr}
to interpretinterpretar {tr}
intersticeinterstico
intervalintervalo
to interviewinterviuvar {tr}
intestine, gutintestino (anat)
small intestineintestino tenua (anat)
intimate, inmostintima
to poisonintoxikar {tr}
intracellularintracelula (biol)
intradosintradoso (arkit)
intramolecularintramolekula (biol)
to conspire, plot, intrigueintrigar {ntr}
to entangleintrikar {tr}
intrinsicintrinseka
to introduce (someone or something)introduktar {tr}
introitintroitus» (rel)
introvertintroverto
to intrude, meddle, tamper; (geol.) to enter, or cause to enter, by forceintruzar {ntr} [en ulo]
to understand intuitivelyintuicar {tr}
to swell, intumesceintumecar {ntr} (medic)
intussusceptionintusucepciono (biol)
elecampaneinulo (pl)
inulininulino (kem)
to flood, overflowinundar {tr} [per, ye]
to invadeinvadar {tr}
to invaginateinvaginar {tr} (kir)
invalid (both senses)invalida
invalid (n.)invalido
to inveigh againstinvektivar {tr}
to inventinventar {tr}
to inventoryinventariar {tr} (financ)
inverse, reverse (adj.)inversa
to invert, reverseinversigar
inverse, reverse, contrary, opposite (n.)inverso
invertaseinvertazo (biokem)
to invest (with authority etc) (cp. kolokar)investar {tr}
to inviteinvitar {tr}
to invokeinvokar {tr}
involution (geom.); state of being rolled spirally inward (bot.)involuciono
involucreinvolukro (bot)
yam, (US) yam (not sweet potato)inyamo (pl)
JohnIoannes
JobIob
iodineiodo (elem)
iodideiodido (kem)
iodoformiodoformo (kem)
ioniono (fizk)
IoniaIonia (lando)
Ionian (adj.: native, dialect) Ioniana
Ionian (native) Ioniano
Ionic (of architecture)ionika (arkit)
JosephIoseph
iota; (fig.) jot, tittleiota»
selfsame, myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves (used for emphasis immediately after a pronoun)ipsa
self, one's self (adv.)ipse
to go (be on one's way); go (a particular way)irar {tr/ntr}
to be angryiracar {ntr} [kontre]
anger, ireiraco
to angeriracigar
irade, decree of Sultanirade» (polit)
(tr.) to irradiateiradiar {tr} (fizk)
IraqIrak (lando)
IranIran (lando)
any (whatever)irga
anything (whatever)irgo
anyone at allirgu
whoever, whosoeverirgu qua
whereverirgube
anywhereirgaloke
whenever, no matter whenirgekande
iris (plant), fleur-de-lisirido (pl)
iridiumiridio (elem)
to irrigate (land)irigacar {tr}
iris (of the eye); (fig.) colours of the rainbowiriso
iritisirisito (morbo)
to irritate, inflame (physiol.); (fig.) annoyiritar {tr} (medic)
IrelandIrlando (lando)
Irish person, IrishmanIrlandano
ironyironio
to burst iniruptar {ntr}
IsaiahIsaias
(GB) ischaemia, (US) ischemiaiskemio (medic)
ischiumiskiono (anat)
Islam, Islamismislamo (rel)
IcelandIslando (lando)
IcelanderIslandano
(suffix denoting a system, doctrine or cult. E.g. agnostik-ism-o: agnosticism; evolucion-ism-o: evolutionism; katolik-ism-o: catholicism; soci-al-ism-o: socialism)ism- {suf}
IsraelIsrael (lando)
suffix denoting (a) a person engaged fully in some occupation or profession; e.g. pord-isto: doorkeeper; dent-ist-o: dentist; mobl-if-ist-o: furniture maker; (b) adherentist- {suf}
isthmusistmo (geog)
IstriaIstria (lando)
IstrianIstriano
that, those (adj.)ita (= ta)
that (pron.), that thingito (= to)
those (pron.), those onesiti (= ti)
ItalyItalia (lando)
Italian (n.)Italiano
to do again, repeat (an action), iterateiterar {tr}
again, over (in repetition)itere
itinerary, routeitinerario
JudasIudas
(suffix used with a verbal root to mean: capable of, that can (do). E.g. instrukt-iv-a: instructive; konvink-iv-a: convincing; nutr-iv-a: nutritious, nourishing;iv- {suf}
Ivory CoastIvora Rivo (lando)
ivoryivoro (subs)
-ivorous (which eats; e.g. karnivora = carnivorous)ivor- {suf}
(suffix used to form a transitive verb meaning: to cover with, add to, supply with or ornament with. E.g. arm-iz-ar: to arm; butr-iz-ar: to butter; kron-iz-ar: toiz- {suf}
isabel, isabella, isabelline (adj.), brownish yellow, light buff; light bay (of horses)izabela (koloro)
isobarizobaro (meteor)
isoscelesizocela (geom)
isodynamic (line)izodinamo (fizk)
isogamousizogama (biol)
isogonalizogona (geom)
isographicizografika (matem)
isoclinalizoklina (geol)
isochronousizokrona
to isolateizolar {tr} [de]
isomericizomera (kem)
isometric (of drawing)izometra (geom)
isomorphicizomorfa (kem)
isoperimetricalizoperimetra (geom)
isothermizotermo (meteor)
isotonicizotonika (biol)
isotopicizotopa (kem)
isotropicizotropa (biol)
IsraeliteIzraelido
alreadyja
jabot, ruffle, frill (on shirt or bodice)jaboto
to lie (on something)jacar {ntr}
jade (mineral)jado (min)
jaguarjaguaro (mamif)
jacaranda (tree)jakarando (arb)
Jacobinjakobino
jaconetjakoneto (stofo)
jalap plantjalapo (pl)
jealousjaluza
JamaicaJamaika (lando)
Jamaican (n.)Jamaikano
janizary, janissary, janizarjanicharo (milit)
JansenismJansenismo
JansenistJansenisto
Januaryjanuaro
JapanJaponia (lando)
Japanese (person)Japoniano
jar (container)jaro
jardinière (stand for flowers; mixed vegetables)jardiniero
to talk incomprehensibly (due to bad grammar, pronunciation, vocaulary)jargonar {ntr}
jargonjargono
jasminejasmino (pl)
jasperjaspo (min)
to marble, vein (books, etc.)jaspumar {tr}
JavaJava (lando)
Javanese (person)Javano
javelinjavelino (armo)
jazzjazo (muz)
jayjeo (ucelo)
jellyjeleo
jalousie (blind), Venetian blindjelozio
to groanjemar {ntr}
twinjemelo
triplettrijemelo
GeminiJemeli (astron)
to discomfort, incommode, inconvenience (as with clothes that are too tight)jenar {tr}
gendarme, military policemanjendarmo (milit)
generousjeneroza
military corps of engineersjenio (milit)
gum (of the teeth)jenjivo (anat)
gingivitisjenjivito (morbo)
genrejenro (arto)
nice (in character), well-bred, courteousjentila
nice person, courteous person, ~gentleman, ~gentlewomanjentilo
to manage (a business) for the ownerjerar {tr}
germ: initial form (also fig.)jermo (biol)
jersey, sweaterjerzeo (vesto)
to throwjetar {tr}
Jesuitjezuito (rel)
gibbetjibeto (aparato)
jig (tune and dance)jigo (muz)
waistcoatjileto (vesto)
gillyflowerjilfloro (pl)
gin (liquor)jino (drnkj)
genet, genette; Turkish ringcurb, -bitjineto
gingerjinjero
to turn about, move in a curve, circlejirar {ntr}
to turn in a circlejirar cirkle
giraffejirafo (mamif)
volt right and left, quick turning (horsemanship)jiravolto
to joke, jest, banterjokar {ntr}
jockeyjokeo
attractive, nice-looking, fine, prettyjolia
to jugglejonglar {ntr}
junk (Chinese boat)jonko (batelo)
jonquiljonquilo (pl)
Jordan (river)Jordan (river)
Jordan (country)Jordania (lando)
daytime, day (opposite of night)jorno
Thursdayjovdio
to be joyful, be gladjoyar {ntr} [de, pro, pri]
joyjoyo
to enjoyjuar {tr}
jube (rood loft)jubeo (arkit)
to celebrate the jubilee ofjubilear {tr}
JewJudo
Judaismjudaismo (rel)
Judaistjudaisto (rel)
Judaea, JudeaJudea (lando)
Judaean, Judean (person)Judeano
to judge (judicially)judiciar {tr} [ulu, ulo] (judic)
to judge (general, not legal sense), deem, think (judge)judikar {tr/ntr}
jugularjugulara (anat)
jujube (fruit)jujubo (frukto)
julep (pharm.)julepo (farm)
Julyjulio
julienne (soup)julieno
to yoke; couple (wagons etc)jungar {tr}
junglejunglo
Junejunio
junior, youngerjuniora
juniperjunipero (arb)
rush, canejunko (pl)
to join (place one thing in contact with another)juntar {tr}
skirt; kiltjupo (vesto)
(intr.) to swear (make a solemn declaration), give one's oath; (tr.) affirm solemnlyjurar {tr/ntr}
Jurassic (adj.)jurasala (geol)
juryjurio (yuro)
jurisconsultjuriskonsulto
interpretation of laws through the verdicts of judges; legal precedentjurisprudenco (yuro)
newspaper, gazette, journaljurnalo
just, just now (e.g. il jus arivis = he's just arrived)jus {adv}
right, proper, correct (of measure, time, word, thought etc)justa
to justify (text)justifar {tr}
to justifyjustifikar {tr}
jutejuto
jeweljuvelo
cape (of land)kabo (geog)
Cape of Good HopeKabo di Bon Espero (lando)
Cape ColonyKablando (lando)
cabbalakabalo
hut, wood cabinkabano
cabaretkabareto
cabin (in a ship)kabino (nav)
cable, hawserkablo
to rear up (horse etc)kabrar {ntr}
cabriolet, one-horse carriagekabrioleto (veturo)
Cape VerdeKabverdo (lando)
cachoukachuo
whether, if; (also used at the beginning of a sentence to turn it into a question)kad (= ka)
cadastrekadastro (financ)
corpse; carcasskadavro (biol)
to produce with a cadencekadencar {tr}
cadencekadenco
cadetkadeto (milit)
cadmiumkadmio (elem)
frame (of a picture, mirror etc), enclosing case or border; (fig.) outline, frame; (mil.) cadrekadro
caduceus, staff of Hermes (Mercury)kaduceo
decaying; decrepitkaduka
coffee (substance or drink)kafeo
coffee treekafeiero (pl)
caffein(e)kafeino (biokem)
KaffirKafro
kaftankaftano (vesto)
monk's cowlkagulo (vesto)
caymankaimano (rept)
kitekaito
cagekajo
to defecate (void excrement)kakar {ntr}
cocoakakao
cockatookakatuo (ucelo)
cachexy, cachexiakakexio (medic)
khakikakia (koloro)
cacophonykakofonio
cactuskaktuso (pl)
callus, corn (of skin)kalo (patol)
CalabriaKalabria (lando)
Calabrian (person)Kalabriano
calamite (fossil plant; gum-resin)kalamito
calamitykalamitato
to calender; press in a manglekalandrar {tr}
chalcedonykalcedono (min)
calciumkalcio (elem)
to calcine; roast (ores)kalcinar {tr} (kem)
Chaldaea, ChaldeaKaldea (lando)
Chaldaean, Chaldean (person)Kaldeano
boilerkaldiero (aparato)
cooking potkaldrono
pun, word playkalemburo
(-i) calends, kalendskalendo
calendarkalendario
pot marigold, calendulakalendulo (pl)
calenture, heatstrokekalenturo (morbo)
open carriagekalesho (veturo)
to caulk, calkkalfatar {tr}
potassiumkalio (elem)
calibre, caliber (US), borekalibro
chalice, communion cup; calyx (bot.)kalico
kaleidoscopekalidoskopo (aparato)
caliphkalifo
CaliforniaKalifornia (lando)
Californian (n.)Kaliforniano
to write elegantlykaligrafar {tr}
calicokaliko (stofo)
limekalko (kem)
quicklimekalko kaustika (kem)
calculus (stone in bladder, kidney, gall-duct)kalkolo (patol)
gallstonebilo-kalkolo (patol)
to calculatekalkular {tr}
calm (of objects; fig. of persons), still, placidkalma
squidkalmaro (animalo)
calomelkalomelo
heat (phys.)kaloro (fizk)
calorie, calorykalorio (mez)
caloric (n.)kaloriko
calorimeterkalorimetro (instr)
to measure with a calorimeterkalorimetriar {tr} (fizk)
calorimetrykalorimetrio (fizk)
skullcap; segment of a sphere divided by a planekaloto
calpackkalpak» (vesto)
to trace (design etc)kalquar {tr}
(pair of) drawers, underpantskalsono (vesto)
to accuse falsely, defame, slander, calumniatekalumniar {tr}
baldkalva
Calvary; calvary (also fig.)kalvario (rel)
CalvinismKalvinanismo
stockingkalzo (vesto)
tightskalzego (vesto)
sockkalzeto (vesto)
socklike shoe (without heels)kalzumo (vesto)
than, as, to (in comparison)kam {adv}
camkamo (mek)
camailkamalio (vesto)
comrade, matekamarado
camarilla, cliquekamarilio
to exchange (money, goods), barterkambiar {tr} [po] (pek)
CambodiaKambodja (lando)
Cambodian (adj.)Kambodjana
Cambodian (person)Kambodjano
to camberkambrar {tr} (mek)
Kamchatka (Peninsula)Kamchatka (lando)
cameokameo
camelkamelo (mamif)
chameleonkameleono (rept)
camelliakamelio (pl)
chimneykameno (arkit)
camera; camera obscurakamero
camerlengo, camerlingo: papal officer/treasurerkamerlingo (rel)
CameroonKamerun (lando)
camphorkamforo
stretcher, litterkamilo
lorry, dray, (US) truckkamiono (veturo)
shirt; chemisekamizo (vesto)
chemise, camisolekamizolo (vesto)
camlet, camelotkamloto (stofo)
camomile (Matricaria), chamomile (inc. German camomile, wild camomile)kamomilo
to camp out, encampkampar {ntr}
camp, campsitekampeyo
CampaniaKampania (lando)
to campaignkampaniar {ntr}
campaignkampanio
campanula (plant such as bellflower, harebell)kampanulo (pl)
logwood (tree)kampesho (arb)
campeachy wood, logwood (wood first exported from Campeachy)kampesh-ligno
to camouflagekamuflar {tr}
cane, reed (plant)kano (pl)
reed-pipekan-fluto (muzin)
CanaanKanaan (lando)
Canaanite (adj.)Kanaanana
Canaanite (person)Kanaanano
hempkanabo (pl)
linnetkanabino (ucelo)
CanadaKanada (lando)
Canadian (n.)Kanadano
canal; channel (of water)kanalo
(English) ChannelKanalo (mar)
scoundrelkanalio
couch, setteekanapeo (moblo)
Canary Islands, CanariesKanarii (lando)
canary (bird)kanario (ucelo)
chancellorkancelero
cancerkancero (morbo)
whenkande
candlekandelo
candlestickkandeliero
Candlesmaskandel-festo (rel)
candelabrumkandelabro
candied sugarkandio
candid, frank, ingenuouskandida
candidatekandidato
groovekanelo
bullion, gold or silver twistkanetilio
kangarookanguruo (mamif)
cannibalkanibalo
dog dayskanikulo
canine (of teeth)kanina (anat)
Cancer (constellation; zodiac sign)Kankro (astron)
crayfish, crawfishkankro (animalo)
cancroidkankroido (morbo)
canoe: light and shallow boat sharp at both endskanoo (batelo)
cannon (military); canon (religious decree)kanono
to cannonadekanonagar {tr}
canon (person)kanoniko (rel)
chapter (assembly of canons)kanonikaro (rel)
to canonisekanonizar {tr} (rel)
(small offshore) boatkanoto (batelo)
songkansono
to singkantar {tr} (muz)
to hum (a tune)kantetar {tr} (muz)
cantabilekantabilo (muz)
chanterellekantarelo (bot)
Spanish fly (insect)kantarido (insekto)
cantatakantato (muz)
canticlekantiko
cantilenakantileno (kanto)
canteen (type of restaurant)kantino
cantonkantono (polit)
cantorkantoro
canula, drainage tube (for wounds), enema pipe; pipe or nozzle (of a syringe)kanulo
canvaskanvaso (stofo)
kaolin, china claykaolino (kem)
chaos, complete disorderkaoso
head (anat. & fig.)kapo (anat)
headed cabbagekap-kaulo (pl)
headgearkap-vesto (vesto)
capable, ablekapabla
able to hold (a stated quantity), having a capacity (to hold)kapaca
capacitykapaceso
CappadociaKapadocia (lando)
to lie to (of a ship)kapear {ntr} (nav)
chapelkapelo
chaplainkapelestro
hood to shade head and neck from sun, sun bonnetkapelino
caper (pickled bud)kapero
caper (shrub)kaperiero (arb)
capillary (phys.)kapilara (fizk)
chinbandage, chevasterkapistro (kir)
capital (financial)kapitalo (financ)
captainkapitano
capital (archit.)kapitelo (arkit)
capitulumkapitulo
to capitulatekapitulacar {ntr}
caponkapono (ucelo)
caponier, caponierekaponiero (fortif)
corporal (officer)kaporalo (milit)
greatcoat; bonnet (of a car)kapoto
goatkapro (mamif)
roe deerkapreolo (mamif)
whim, capricekaprico
honeysucklekaprifolio (pl)
capricorn beetle, goat-chaferkaprikorno (insekto)
Capricorn (astron.), CapricornusKaprikorno (astron)
nightjar, (US) goatsuckerkaprimulgo (ucelo)
to (cut a) caperkapriolar {ntr}
capriole, leap, caper (in dancing); capriole (dressage)kapriolo
capstankapstano (aparato)
capsulekapsulo
to capture, catchkaptar {tr}
to obtain by trickerykaptacar {tr}
hood, cowl (for a person)kapuco (vesto)
nasturtium (tropaeolum), Indian cresskapuchino (pl)
Capuchin (friar, monk)kapucino (rel)
white-throated capuchin (monkey)kapucino-simio (mamif)
dear (showing affection, not cost)kara
ground beetlekarabo (insekto)
carbine (short rifle)karabino (armo)
karabiner, carabiner, snap-linkkarabin-hoko
carafekarafo
caracal (animal), desert lynxkarakalo (mamif)
to caracol, caracolekarakolar {ntr}
character (distinctive quality)karaktero
characteristic (math., logarithms)karakteristiko (matem)
to cannon (US: carom) in billiardskarambolar {ntr}
caramel, burnt sugarkaramelo
crucian, crusiankarasino (fisho)
caratkarato (mez)
caravan (group of people travelling together)karavano
caravanserai, caravansarai, caravansarykaravanserayo (konst)
caravelkaravelo (batelo)
carbonkarbo (elem)
carbohydratekarbohidrato (kem)
carbonatekarbato (kem)
carbidekarbido (kem)
coalkarbono (min)
(-i) Carbonarikarbonaro
coalfish (type of coley)karbonario (fisho)
Carborundumkarborundo (kem)
carbuncle (gem; skin eruption)karbunklo
to carburet, carburate, carburise (charge a gas with carbon compounds)karburar {tr} (tekn)
carburettor, (US) carburetorkarburatoro (aparato)
prison, gaolkarcero
carcinomakarcinomo (morbo)
to card (wool)kardar {tr}
cardamine (plant), bitter cresskardamino (pl)
cardamom, cardamum (plant)kardamomo (pl)
universal jointkardano (mek)
goldfinchkardelo (ucelo)
cardinal (of number, compass point, virtue)kardinala
cardinal (prelate)kardinalo (rel)
cardioidkardioido (geom)
cardiologykardiologio
thistlekardono (pl)
cardoonkarduno (pl)
to manage without, dispense withkarear {tr}
tile, square; diamond (cards)karelo
lower hull (surface under water)kareno (nav)
Lentkaresmo (rel)
to caresskarezar {tr}
to load (goods)kargar {tr}
(of bone) to be decayed by softening, (of teeth) have carieskariar {ntr} (medic)
carieskario (medic)
caryatidkariatido (arkit)
cariboukaribuo (mamif)
sedgekarico (pl)
careerkariero
to caricaturekarikatar {tr}
CarinthiaKarintia (lando)
clove (bud, spice)kariofilo (bot)
clove (tree)kariofiliero (arb)
caryolysiskariolizo (biol)
caryoplasmkarioplasmo (biol)
caryoplastkarioplasto (biol)
caryosomekariosomo (biol)
caryotropismkariotropismo (biol)
charismakarismo
charity, loving benevolencekaritato
carline thistlekarlino (pl)
Carmelitekarmelito (rel)
crimsonkarmezina (koloro)
crimson (n.)karmezino (koloro)
carminekarmino (koloro)
carmine (adj.)karminea (koloro)
flesh; meatkarno
complexionkarnaciono
carnivalkarnavalo
carronadekaronado (armo)
coach, enclosed carriagekaroso (veturo)
carrot (plant & root)karoto (pl)
carotidkarotido
carotene, carotinkarotino (biokem)
wrist; carpkarpo
Carpathians, Carpathian mountainsKarpati (mont)
to work timberkarpentar {tr}
hornbeam (tree)karpino (arb)
carpophorekarpoforo (biol)
carpogoniumkarpogonio (biol)
(a) cardkarto
carthamus, safflowerkartamo (pl)
carthamuskartamo (pl)
carthaminekartamino (biokem)
to pronounce the letter 'r' guturallykartavar {ntr}
letter of defiance or challenge (as to a duel), cartel (obs.)kartelo
crankcasekartero (mek)
Cartesian (of René Descartes)karteziana
cartilage, gristlekartilago (anat)
cartographykartografio (cienco)
to practise cartomancykartomanciar {ntr}
cardboard, boardkartono
cartouchekartusho
Carthusian monastery (or) conventkartuzio
Carthusian friarkartuziano (rel)
carob bean (pod of the carob), Saint John's breadkarubo (bot)
carob treekarubiero (arb)
carunclekarunklo
carousel (tournament)karuselo
caraway (plant)karvio (pl)
cash desk, till, cofferkaso (financ)
to quash, annulkasacar {tr} (yuro)
cassettekaseto
sperm whale, cachalotkashaloto (mamif)
KashmirKashmir (lando)
cashmerekashmiro (stofo)
cassia podkasio (frukto)
cassia (tree)kasiiero (arb)
blackcurrantkasiso (frukto)
blackcurrant bushkasisiero (arb)
helmetkasko (vesto)
cascadekaskado
caisson (for ships etc.)kasono (aparato)
Caspian (sea)Kaspia (mar)
cap (with a peak)kasqueto
saucepan, stewpankasrolo
caste; (fig.) social classkasto
chestnut (nut)kastano (frukto)
chestnut(-coloured)kastanea (koloro)
chestnut treekastaniero (arb)
horse chestnut (tree)kaval-kastaniero (arb)
castanetkastanyeto (muzin)
castlekastelo
fore-castlekastelo avana (nav)
poopkastelo dopa (nav)
castoreumkastereo (farm)
CastileKastilia (lando)
Castilian (person)Kastiliano
bezel (of a ring)kastono
beaverkastoro (mamif)
castoreum (substance)kastoreo
to castrate, geldkastrar {tr}
catkato (mamif)
catafalquekatafalko (arkit)
catacaustic (geom., phys.)katakaustika
catacaustickatakaustiko
cataclysmkataklismo
catacombkatakombo
catachresiskatakrezo (retor)
catalasekatalazo (biol)
catalepsykatalepsio (patol)
to catalysekatalizar {tr} (kem)
cataloguekatalogo
catalpakatalpo (arb)
CataloniaKatalunia (lando)
Catalan (person)Kataluniano
catamaran (boat)katamarano
poultice, cataplasmkataplasmo (farm)
Qatar, KatarKatar (lando)
catarrhkataro (morbo)
(a) coldkatareto (morbo)
cataract (in river or eye)katarakto
catastrophekatastrofo
lecturer's desk; pulpitkatedro (moblo)
cathedralkatedralo
categorykategorio
categorical, unconditionalkategorika
catechism (book)katekismo (rel)
to catechise (instruct in Christian beliefs by question and answer)katekizar {tr} (rel)
catechumenkatekumeno (rel)
chain (pr. & fig.)kateno
catenoidkatenoido (matem)
cathetuskateto (geom)
catheterkatetero
catgutkatguto
cationkationo (fizk)
to give a lustre or gloss tokatisar {tr}
cathodekatodo (elek)
Catholickatolika (rel)
catoptricskatoptriko
rubber (material), India rubberkauchuko (subs)
caoutchouc-treekauchuk-figiero (arb)
surety, bail, guarantee with penaltykauciono (financ)
tail (also fig.)kaudo
Caucasus Mountains, (the) CaucasusKaukazo (mont)
Caucasia, (the) CaucasusKaukazia (lando)
Caucasian (native of Caucasia)Kaukaziano
cabbagekaulo (pl)
large (garden) white butterfly, large cabbage butterflykaul-pierido (insekto)
kohlrabikaulo-rapo (pl)
cowrie shellkaurio (zool)
caustic, corrosivekaustika (kem)
caustic (curve)kaustiko (geom)
cauter, cauterykautero (medic)
to cauterisekauterizar (medic)
cause (of an event)kauzo
hollow, sunkenkava
horse; (in chess) knightkavalo (mamif)
horse chestnut (fruit), conkerkaval-kastaniero (arb)
knightkavaliero (milit)
to ride (as on a horse)kavalkar {tr/ntr}
cavalrykavalrio (milit)
cavatinakavatino (muz)
cave, cavernkaverno
caviarkaviaro
quaykayo
kayakkayako
Cayenne pepper, cayennekayeno
case (all senses: jur., gram., med. & general, except casing)kazo
(woman's) loose-fitting coat; (formerly) military coatkazako (vesto)
short jacket (woman's)kazaketo (vesto)
cream cheesekazeo
caseinkazeino (subs)
casematekazemato (arkit)
barrack(s)kazerno
cassimere, casimere, kerseymerekazimiro (stofo)
casino (meeting place for card-playing, dancing, etc.)kazino
something contingentkazualo (financ)
cassowarykazuaro (ucelo)
casuist (in cases of conscience)kazuisto (rel)
casuistry (science or doctrine of cases concerned with moral conscience)kazuistiko
that (see also: dum ke, pro ke, etc)ke {konj}
skittlekeglo
linchpin, cotter pin, keykelo (mek)
cellarkelero
some (of), a few (of), a little (of)kelka
sometimeskelkafoye
somewhat, a little (adv.)kelke
chemistrykemio (cienco)
chemonastickemionastika
chem(i)otaxiskemiotaktismo (biol)
chem(i)otropismkemiotropismo (biol)
force-meat "quenelle"kenelo
kepi (military cap)kepio
keratinkeratino (biokem)
currykerio
fellow, chap, blokekerlo
kermes scale insect, (US) kermes scale-bugkermeso (insekto)
kernel (also fig.); stone, pit (of a fruit)kerno (bot)
paraffin (oil), kerosenekerozeno (subs)
cherubkerubo (rel)
packing case, box, chest (of tea, soap, etc), case (of wine, etc)kesto
khan (title; caravanserai)khan»
khedivekhedive»
KhivaKhiva (lando)
to kidnapkidnapar {tr}
(of a horse etc.) to kickkikar {ntr}
keelkilio (nav)
thousand-cornered figure, chiliogonkiliogono (geom)
kilo- (thousand-fold)kilo- {pref} (mez)
kilogramkilogramo (mez)
kilolitre, (US) kiloliterkilolitro (mez)
kilometre, (US) kilometerkilometro (mez)
kilowattkilowato (mez)
keelsonkilsono
kiltkilto
chimera (also fig.)kimero
kimonokimono (vesto)
fivekin
kinasekinazo (biol)
kinaesthesia, (US) kinesthesiakinestezio
kinoplasmkinoplasmo (biol)
kiosk (shop booth; open-sided pavilion)kiosko
chiragrakiragro (morbo)
church (building)kirko
to practise chiromancy, practise palmistrykiromanciar {ntr}
chiromancy, palmistrykiromancio
bat (animal), cheiropterankiroptero
Kirschkirsho (drnkj)
surgery (science, work of a surgeon)kirurgio
to kisskisar {tr}
kismet: fate, destinykismet»
cystkisto (patol)
kieselguhrkizelguro
rough draft (of a text)klado
smack, pop (!)klak [!]
to make a clapping noise; chatter (of teeth)klakar {ntr}
to shout, exclaim (cry out), holler, holloklamar {tr/ntr}
exclamation markklamo-punto
chlamys (cloak worn in ancient Greece and Rome)klamido (vesto)
clanklano
flap, leaf (of a folding table or door)klapo
clear (to sight or hearing), (fig.) plain, evidentklara
clarinetklarineto (muzin)
clarion, military trumpetklariono (muzin)
class (all senses)klaso
to classifyklasifikar {tr}
classic(al)klasika
to limp, hobbleklaudikar {ntr}
clownklauno
article, stipulation, clause (of a legal document)klauzo (yuro)
key (of a keyboard)klavo
collarbone, clavicle, claviculaklavikulo (anat)
key (for a lock; also fig.)klefo
cleistogamickleistogama (bot)
to tighten, clench (e.g., screw, knot, brake, joint, hand)klemar {tr}
clematisklematido (pl)
merciful, lenient, clement (of a person)klementa
clepsydra, waterclockklepsidro (instr)
kleptomaniakleptomanio
cleric, clergymankleriko (rel)
clergy (collectively)klerikaro
lawyer's clerkklerko
client, patient, customerkliento
cliffklifo (geog)
pawlkliko (mek)
to clank, clatterkliktar {ntr}
to climb, climb up, scaleklimar {tr/ntr} [ulo, sur ulo]
climateklimato (meteor)
climatologyklimatologio (cienco)
to (make a) lap-jointklinar {tr/ntr}
clinickliniko (medic)
latch (not lock)klinko (mek)
clinoidklinoido (matem)
clinometerklinometro
clipper (ship)klipero (batelo)
to take a stereotype (printing) or negative (photography)klishar {tr}
clyster; enemaklistero (medkm)
clitorisklitorido (anat)
to cleave (gem, mica etc)klivar {tr}
sewer; cloacakloako
(of time) o'clock, hour on the clockkloko
clonic spasmklonuso (medic)
chlorinekloro (elem)
hydrochloric acidklor-acido (kem)
chlorateklorato (kem)
chlorideklorido (kem)
(GB) chlorophyll, (US) chlorophylklorofilo (biokem)
chloroformkloroformo (kem)
chloroleucitekloroleucito (biol)
chloroplasmkloroplasmo (biol)
chloroplastkloroplasto (biol)
chlorosis, green sicknesskloroso (morbo)
bell; (also anything bell-shaped)klosho (muzin)
cloisterklostro
nail (metal)klovo (mek)
to nailklovagar {tr}
to shut, closeklozar {tr}
keystone, headstone (archit.)klozo-stono (arkit)
club (social)klubo
to cluck (poultry)klukar {ntr}
hawseholekluzo (nav)
cnautiaknaucio (pl)
cnidoblastknidoblasto
cnidocilknidocilio
to bend (something) so as to produce a flaw, crack (#)knikar {tr} (mek)
knout (whip for punishment or torture)knuto
co- (scientific prefix; e.g. ko-tangent-o: cotangent)ko- {pref}
coadjutorkoadjutoro (rel)
to coagulate, curdlekoagular {ntr}
to compel, force, coercekoaktar {tr} [pri, ad]
koalakoalo (mamif)
to form a coalition or alliance (kun)koalisar {ntr}
coal tarkoaltaro (subs)
cobaltkobalto (elem)
cavy, guinea pigkobayo (mamif)
plant of the genus Cobaeakobeo (pl)
hobgoblin, impkoboldo (mitol)
cochineal (insect and dye)kochenilo (insekto)
Cochin-ChinaKochinchina (lando)
coccyxkocigo (anat)
ladybird, (US) ladybugkocinelo (insekto)
codeinekodeino (farm)
codicilkodicilo (yuro)
coefficientkoeficiento (matem)
coercive (physics)koercitiva (fizk)
coercive force (phys.)koercitiva forco (fizk)
woman's soft hat without a brimkofio (vesto)
trunk, coffer, large chestkofro
to coherekoherar {ntr}
cohererkoherero (fizk)
cohort (hist.)kohorto (milit)
to coincide (in form or in time)koincidar {ntr} [kun]
to have sexual intercoursekoitar {ntr} [kun]
cokekoko (subs)
cocakokao (pl)
cocainekokaino
cockadekokardo
coquettishkoketa
cochlea (spiral cavity of the inner ear)kokleo (anat)
whooping coughkoklusho (morbo)
cocoonkokono (zool)
coconutkokoso (frukto)
coconut treekokosiero (arb)
neck (anat. & fig.)kolo
touch board, nuckkol-plako (muzin)
collar (of a garment)kolumo (vesto)
cola, kola (tree)kolao (arb)
to collate (compare and check)kolacionar {tr} [kun]
collagenkolageno (biokem)
ruff (worn around the neck)kolareto (vesto)
collateral (of ancestry, etc.)kolaterala
ColchisKolchido (lando)
autumn crocus, colchicumkolchiko (pl)
cold (pr. & fig.)kolda
cold creamkoldkremo (subs)
colleaguekolego
collegekolegio
to collect, gather togetherkolektar {tr}
collectivismkolektivismo (polit)
collectivistkolektivisto (polit)
commutator (of a motor, dynamo or generator)kolektoro (elek)
beetle, coleopteran, coleopteronkoleoptero (insekto)
cholerakolero (morbo)
cholesterolkolesterolo (subs)
to pluck (fruits, flowers, etc)koliar {tr}
necklace; collar (as on a dog or horse; natural marking on a bird or other animal); (fig.) ring or hoop around something (as on a mast)koliaro (vesto)
hummingbirdkolibrio (ucelo)
to have a colic or stomach-achekolikar {ntr} (patol)
colickoliko (morbo)
collimatorkolimatoro
diver (bird), (US) loon (bird)kolimbo (ucelo)
hillkolino (geog)
collinearkolineara (matem)
eye lotion, collyriumkolirio (farm)
to collidekolizionar {ntr}
colcotharkolkotaro (kem)
highest part, topkolmo
collodionkolodiono (subs)
rosin, colophonykolofono (subs)
colloidkoloido (kem)
to invest (money)kolokar {tr} (pek)
dove, pigeonkolombo (ucelo)
column, pillar; colon (of the body)kolono
colonelkolonelo (milit)
colonykolonio
colocynth (plant)koloquinto (pl)
colour, (US) colorkoloro
colouring effect, colouring, shadekolorito
colossus (also fig.)koloso
colostomykolostomio (kir)
to hawk, peddlekolportar {tr} (pek)
colubrid (such as grass snake, smooth snake and viperine snake)kolubro (rept)
ColombiaKolumbia (lando)
Colombian (n.)Kolumbiano
column (of text)kolumno (tipog)
colurekoluro (astron)
bladder-nut treekoluteo (arb)
to colludekoluzionar {ntr}
oil-seed rape, cole, colewort, colzakolzo (pl)
rapeseed oil, rape oil, colza oilkolzoleo (subs)
as (being), in the capacity of (e.g. 'la arboro komencis kom semino' = the tree began as a seed)kom {prep}
comma (in text)komo
semi-colonkomo-punto
comma (music)komao (muz)
to command (an army, a ship), give an order to (mil.)komandar {tr}
to finance (as a sleeping partner)komanditar {tr} (pek)
commander (in an order of chivalry)komandoro
comakomato (patol)
to fight, combatkombatar {tr/ntr}
to combinekombinar {tr}
combinatoricskombinatoriko
to combust, undergo combustionkombustar {tr/ntr} (tekn)
comedykomedio
blackhead, comedokomedono (medic)
to begin, start, commencekomencar {tr/ntr}
to order (goods, etc.)komendar {tr} (pek)
commensal (animal or plant)komensala (biol)
commensal (organism)komensalo (biol)
to comment onkomentar {tr}
to trade, dealkomercar {ntr} [ye]
trade, commercekomerco
cometkometo (astron)
comfortkomforto
comitiakomico (antiq)
comic, ludicrouskomika
to appoint, empowerkomisar {tr} [ulu, pri]
commissioner (e.g. of police)komisario
commissure, suturekomisuro (anat)
committeekomitato
clerk (in an office); shop assistantkomizo
to shock, unnervekomocionar {tr}
convenientkomoda
chest of drawers, commode (of drawers)komodo (moblo)
commodorekomodoro
municipality, commune (administrative unit), boroughkomono (polit)
compactkompakta
companionkompano
company (business; military)kompanio
to comparekomparar {tr} [kun, ad]
comparative (in grammar)komparativo (gram)
compass (for drawing)kompaso
to pity, commiserate (with), have compassion (for)kompatar {tr}
compassionatekompatema
compendiumkompendio
to compensatekompensar {tr} [per] (pek)
competentkompetenta
to compile (a book, etc)kompilar {tr}
complementkomplemento
completekompleta
complin, complinekompletorio (litur)
complex, intricate, complicatedkomplexa
constitution (state of an individual's body)komplexiono (medic)
to be obligingkomplezar {ntr}
accomplicekomplico
to complicatekomplikar {tr} [per]
to complimentkomplimentar {tr} [pri, pro]
to plotkomplotar {tr/ntr} [(ulo), kun, kontre]
to set up in typekompostar {tr} (tipog)
compotekompoto
to put together, compound (make by combining parts), compose (not in printing)kompozar {tr}
to buy, purchasekomprar {tr} [po, por, de] (pek)
to understandkomprenar {tr}
of coursekomprenende
to squeeze, compresskompresar {tr}
to imperil, compromise, endangerkompromisar {tr}
reproach of conscience, uneasiness of conscience; compunction, remorsekompunciono
compound (of an engine etc.)kompunda (tekn)
count, countess; earlkomto
common (pertaining to several), jointkomuna
to communicate (receive Communion)komuniar {ntr} (rel)
to communicate, impart; be connected by passagekomunikar {tr/ntr} [ad, kun]
communion (union in religious faith, religious group)komuniono (rel)
to commutate, commute (electric current)komutar {tr} (elek)
commutator (elec.)komutilo
conekono
to concentratekoncentrar {tr}
to conceive (a child or idea)konceptar {tr}
conceptaclekonceptaklo (bot)
to relate or belong to, concern (relate to)koncernar {tr}
concern, affairkoncerno
to give a concertkoncertar {ntr} (muz)
to concedekoncesar {tr}
to grant a public concession or contract tokoncesionar {tr} [ad]
to be conscious of, be aware ofkonciar {tr}
consciencekoncienco
(church) councilkoncilo (ekl)
to reconcilekonciliar {tr}
concise, succinctkonciza
to condemn, sentencekondamnar {tr}
to condense (change a gas into a liquid)kondensar {tr}
capacitorkondensatoro (elek)
to stipulate, make conditions aboutkondicionar {tr}
conditional (gram.)kondicionalo (gram)
condylekondilo (anat)
condimentkondimento
to express sympathy withkondolar {tr} [pri, pro]
to rule jointly (as a condominium)kondominiar {tr} (polit)
condominium (joint rule)kondominio (polit)
condorkondoro (ucelo)
to conduct (heat, electricity)konduktar {tr} (fizk)
guard, conductor (in a train, bus etc)konduktoro
to behave (in some manner), conduct oneselfkondutar {ntr}
to connect (one thing with another, mechanically or electrically)konektar {tr} [kun]
Constable of France (formerly commander-in-chief of French armies)konestablo (milit)
to manufacture clothingkonfecionar {tr}
sugar confection, fondantkonfekto
to conferkonferar {ntr} [kun]
confervakonfervo (bot)
to confesskonfesar {tr} [ad]
confession: profession of faithkonfesiono (rel)
(-i) confettikonfeto
to entrustkonfidar {tr} [ad ulu]
to tell (something) in confidencekonfidencar {tr} [ulo, ad ulu]
to confirm, validatekonfirmar {tr}
to confiscatekonfiskar {tr}
to preserve (fruits, in sugar)konfitar {tr} (koquo)
jam, preserve (n.), conserve (n.)konfitajo
to conflictkonfliktar {ntr} [kun]
confluentkonfluanta
that which conforms or is similarkonforma [a]
to confrontkonfrontar {tr} [ad]
to confuse (things in one's mind), muddle (one thing with another in one's mind), confound (fail to distinguish)konfundar {tr} [kun; ad]
mixed up indistinctly, jumbled together, confused (physically or in the mind)konfuza
Congo (country)Kongolando (lando)
congenitalkongenitala (biol)
conglomerate (rock)konglomerato (min)
Congo (country)Kongolando (lando)
Congolese (n.)Kongolandano
congerkongro (fisho)
congregationkongregaciono (rel)
to hold or take part in a congresskongresar {ntr}
to be congruous with, be congruentkongruar {tr/ntr}
wedgekonio
conidiumkonidio (biol)
coniferouskonifera (bot)
conifer (cypress, pine, sequoia, or yew)konifero (bot)
conic section, conickoniko (geom)
to connive at, connivekonivencar {tr/ntr}
to give leave or holiday to; to furloughkonjedar {tr}
to surmise, conjecturekonjektar {tr}
to solidify by freezingkonjelar {tr/ntr}
to congest (med.)konjestionar {tr} (medic)
to conjugatekonjugar {tr}
conjunction (gram., astr.)konjunciono
conjunctivakonjuntivo (anat)
conjuncturekonjunturo
to conjure up (a spirit)konjurar {tr}
conch shell, sea shellkonko (zool)
concavekonkava
conclavekonklavo (rel)
to concludekonkluzar {tr}
conchoidkonkoido (geom)
conchologykonkologio
to agree, be in agreement, be concordantkonkordar {ntr} [kun, pri, pro ke]
concordat; agreement between a bankrupt and creditorskonkordato
concretion; calculuskonkreciono (patol)
concrete (not abstract)konkreta
unmarried quasi-spouse; (-ino) concubinekonkubo
concubinagekonkubinato
concupiscencekonkupicenco
to compete (in business or similarly)konkurencar {tr}
to compete (in a competition, such as when a prize or honour is offered)konkursar {ntr} [pri]
to peculatekonkusionar {ntr} (financ)
to know (be acquainted with)konocar {tr}
conoidkonoido (geom)
bill of ladingkonosmento
to conquerkonquestar {tr} [per]
to dedicate, consecratekonsakrar {tr} [ad]
to consecrate (declare holy)konsekracar {tr} (rel)
to consent, consent to (a proposal or proposition)konsentar {tr}
to follow (from) (as a consequence), result (from), ensue (from)konsequar {tr/ntr} [ulo]
consequently, consistently; thereforekonseque
consistentkonsequema
to conserve, preservekonservar {tr}
conservatory (musical institution)konservatorio
to consider, think carefully aboutkonsiderar {tr}
to consign (goods)konsignar {tr} (pek)
to advise, counselkonsilar {tr} [ad]
to consist, be composed (of)konsistar {ntr} [ek, ye]
consistorykonsistorio (rel)
to conscriptkonskriptar {tr} (milit)
console (item of furniture)konsolo
to consolekonsolacar {tr}
comfreykonsoldo (pl)
to fundkonsolidar {tr} [per] (financ)
consomme'konsomeo
to be in consonancekonsonancar {ntr}
consonantkonsonanto (fonetiko)
associate, partner, consortkonsorto
to conspirekonspirar {ntr} [kontre, kun]
to scornkonsputar {tr}
constant, unvaryingkonstanta
ConstantinopleKonstantinoplo
to ascertain, establish (facts)konstatar {tr}
to dismaykonsternar {tr}
to constipatekonstipar {tr} (medic)
to constitute, formkonstitucar {tr}
constitution (physiological)konstituciono (medic)
to constrictkonstriktar {tr} (fiziol)
to construct, buildkonstruktar {tr}
consulkonsulo
to consult (someone or something)konsultar {tr}
to consume, use up, wear out, expendkonsumar {tr}
to count (add up)kontar {tr} (matem)
current accountkonto kuranta
to transmit, communicate (a contagious disease; also fig.)kontagiar {tr} [ad] (medic)
to be in touch (with), have contact (with)kontaktar {tr/ntr} [kun]
to contaminatekontaminar {tr} [ye]
ready (of money), cash (of payments)kontanta
to contemplatekontemplar {tr}
to contain, holdkontenar {tr}
contented, satisfiedkontenta
to contest, disputekontestar {tr}
contiguous, adjoiningkontigua
to be chastekontinencar {ntr}
continentkontinento (geog)
happening by chance, accidental, contingentkontingenta
contingent (milit.); chance occurrence, contingency (philos.); share, quota (fin.)kontingento
continuouskontinua
bureau, officekontoro
to smuggle (in)kontrabandar {tr} (pek)
double bass, (US) bass violkontrabaso (muzin)
contradance, country dance, old-fashioned quadrillekontradanso (danso)
to counterfeit, forgekontrafaktar {tr}
buttresskontraforto (arkit)
to contract, draw into a smaller volume, draw together or nearer, shrink (together) (reducing length, width or volume)kontraktar {tr}
rigidity, stiffness of muscles (med.)kontrakturo (medic)
contralto (voice, person); counter-tenorkontralto
to contrapose (logic), convert (a proposition) by contrapositionkontrapozar {tr} (log)
counterpointkontrapunto (muz)
to contrastkontrastar {ntr} [kun]
to make a contractkontratar {ntr} [pri] (judic)
to contravene, transgress, infringe (regulations, orders, the law, etc.)kontravencar {tr/ntr} [ulo, pri ulo]
against, contrary to, versuskontre {prep}
opposite, contrary, counter (adj.)kontrea [ad]
on the contrarykontree
counterscarpkontreskarpo (fortif)
to contributekontributar {tr/ntr} [ad]
to feel contrite for having sinnedkontricar {ntr} [pri] (rel)
to check, verifykontrolar {tr}
to dispute (this word implies not anger but philosophical debate)kontroversar {tr}
contumacious (in law)kontumaca (yuro)
contumacy, defaultkontumaceso (leg)
outline, contour (the line that bounds a figure)konturo
to bruisekontuzar {tr} [ye] (medic)
to convalescekonvalecar {ntr} (medic)
to convey by convection, be conveyed by convectionkonvektar {tr/ntr} (fizk)
convectionkonvekto (fizk)
(intr) to suit, be fitting; (also impers.) be appropriatekonvenar {}
suitable, appropriate, proper, fitting, congruouskonvenanta
to come to an explicit agreement, share a common understandingkonvencionar {ntr} [pri] (judic)
to converge (move, or cause to move, towards the same place)konvergar {tr/ntr}
to conversekonversar {ntr} [kun, pri]
to wheel, change front (milit.)konversionar {ntr} (milit)
a change of front, wheelingkonversiono (milit)
to convert (one thing to another; someone's views; financial)konvertar {tr} [ad]
converter, convertor (for metal or electricity)konvertoro
convexkonvexa
to convincekonvinkar {tr} [pri]
convolvulus (such as bindweed and morning-glory)konvolvulo (pl)
convolvulus tricolorkonvolvulo trikolora (pl)
to transport in a convoykonvoyar {tr}
to have violent and involuntary muscular contractionskonvulsar {ntr} (medic)
cognackonyako (drnkj)
to work in a co-operativekooperar {ntr}
cooperative (n.)kooperativo (pek)
to co-optkooptar {tr} [por]
to co-ordinatekoordinar {tr}
copaiba (balsam, resin)kopaivo (subs)
copalkopalo
to copy, make a copy ofkopiar {tr}
copykopiuro
coprakopro (subs)
coprolitekoprolito (paleo)
copse, coppicekopso
copula (gram., log.)kopulo
to copulatekopulacar {ntr} [kun]
to cookkoquar {tr/ntr} [en, per] (koquo)
choir, choruskoro
coral (material)koralio
in the presence ofkoram {prep}
Korankorano
basketkorbo
corbelkorbelo (arkit)
line, string, cord, rope; (geom.) chordkordo
bridge (of a violin)kordo-ponteto (muzin)
string, twinekordeto
heart (also fig., playing card)kordio
cardiac; (fig.) hearty, cordialkordiala
(the) CordillerasKordilieri (mont)
corditekordito (subs)
cord or ribbon for a specific purpose; cordonkordono
KoreaKorea (lando)
Korean (adj.)Koreana
Korean (n.)Koreano
chorea, Saint Vitus's dancekoreo (morbo)
white-fishkoregono (fisho)
correct, rightkorekta
to correlate with, correlatekorelatar {tr/ntr}
(electric) currentkorento
alternating currentkorento alternanta (elek)
direct current (elec.)korento kontinua (elek)
to correspond (relate or conform in character; communicate by letter)korespondar {ntr} [kun, pri]
coriander (plant, seed)koriandro (pl)
corybant (priest of Cybele)koribanto
corridorkoridoro (arkit)
coryphaeus (leader, especially of a Greek chorus); coryphee (leading ballet dancer); (fig.) one distinguished in a profession or societykorifeo
corymbkorimbo (bot)
currant (type of dried grape)korinto (frukto)
chorionkoriono (anat)
chorisiskorizo (biol)
corkkorko
cork oak, cork treekorko-querko (arb)
cormorantkormorano (ucelo)
horn (of an animal or as material; wind instrument)korno (biol)
horn of plenty, cornucopiaabundo-korno
three-cornered hattri-korna chapelo
antlerkorno-brancho (zool)
to horn, gorekornagar
to be short of breath, to gaspkornajar {ntr} (patol)
elephant driver, mahoutkornako
cornelian, carnelian (mineral)kornalino (min)
bagpipekornamuzo (muzin)
corneakorneo (anat)
cornel berry, dogwood berry, cornelian (fruit)kornelo (frukto)
cornelian cherry (tree), cornelian treekorneliero (arb)
cornet (musical instrument; cone)korneto
cornicekornico (arkit)
crow (bird)korniko (ucelo)
CornwallKornwal (lando)
to corrodekorodar {tr}
chorioid, choroid, vascular tunic of the eyeballkoroido (anat)
corollakorolo (bot)
corollarykorolario
coronary (adj.)koronala (anat)
coronerkoronero
body (entire physical being; main part)korpo (biol)
corporationkorporaciono
corporal (communion cloth)korporalo
stout, bulky, portlykorpulenta
corpuscle (anat., phys.), corpusculekorpuskulo
urban walk, pedestrian roadkorso
bodice (of a dress), blousekorsajo (vesto)
corsair (privateer); (fig.) piratekorsaro
privateer (ship)korsar-navo (batelo)
corsetkorseto (vesto)
CorsicaKorsika (lando)
Corsican (n.)Korsikano
court (of justice, of a sovereign); courtyardkorto
cortex, barkkortico (bot)
cortisonekortizono (biokem)
corundumkorundo (min)
to spoil, corruptkoruptar {tr} [per]
ravenkorvo (ucelo)
to do unpaid labour as a vassal; do unpaid road work; do fatigue dutykorvear {ntr} [por, pri]
corvettekorveto
Cochin-ChinaKoshinchinia (lando)
Cochin-Chinese (person)Koshinchiniano
nightmarekoshmaro
cosmoskosmo (astron)
cosmetic artkosmetiko (arto)
cosmogonykosmogonio (astron)
cosmographykosmografio
cosmologykosmologio
cosmonautkosmonauto
cosmopolitankosmopolita
ribkosto (anat)
Costa RicaKostarika (lando)
costume, dress, garbkostumo (vesto)
quotation (price for stock or share); filing reference (number etc)koto
cotyledonkotiledono (bot)
dicotyledonbi-kotiledono
cotillion, cotillon (dance)kotiliono (danso)
cotyloid: cup-shapedkotiloida (anat)
cotyloid cavity, acetabulumkotiloido (anat)
cutlet, chopkotleto
cottonkotono (subs)
to incubate (eggs)kovar {tr} (biol)
to coverkovrar {tr} [per, ye]
(a) coverkovrilo
coxalgiakoxalgio (morbo)
coyote, prairie wolf, brush wolfkoyoto (mamif)
thingkozo
Cossackkozako
crabkrabo (animalo)
crack!, bang!krak [!] {interj}
to crack (noisily)krakar {ntr}
biscuit (hard and brittle)kraknelo
cramp (in muscle)krampo (medic)
cramp iron; bracket ()krampono
crane, derrickkrano (aparato)
skull, craniumkranio (anat)
to be crapulent, drink to excesskrapular {ntr}
hawthorn, may (tree)kratego (arb)
crater; wine bowlkratero
riding whipkravacho
tie, cravat, (US) necktiekravato (vesto)
pencil, crayonkrayono
to createkrear {tr} [de, ek, per]
crescent; croissantkrecento
to believe (someone, something)kredar {tr}
beliefkredo
to credit (financially), give trust or credit to (ulu)kreditar {tr} [per ulo] (pek)
cream (also fig.: the best part of anything)kremo (subs)
to crematekremacar {tr}
espagnolette (bolt) (vertical window fastening)kremono (mek)
crenel(le)krenelo (arkit)
Creole, creolekreolo
creosotekreozoto (kem)
crape, crepe, crêpe (fabric)krepo (stofo)
to plaster (a wall)krepisar {tr}
to crackle (sound)krepitar {ntr}
thick crape, ~seersuckerkrepono (stofo)
twilightkrepuskulo
(green) watercresskreso (pl)
to growkreskar {ntr}
pancakekrespo
crest (all senses), top, ridgekresto
selection of classic writingkrestomatio
chalkkreto (subs)
cretinkretino
cretonnekretono (stofo)
to burst, fly openkrevar {tr/ntr}
shrimp, prawnkreveto (animalo)
to crack, chap (surface)krevisar {tr/ntr}
to scream, cry outkriar {ntr}
screen (coarse sieve)kriblo
(lifting) jackkriko (aparato)
"creak" (used as an interjection)krik-krak [!]
cricket (sport)kriketo
to commit a crimekriminar {ntr} (judic)
hair (from mane or tail)krino (zool)
crinoline (fabric, garment)krinolino
cryophoruskrioforo
cryolitekriolito (min)
cryometerkriometro
cryoscopekrioskopo
cryoscopykrioskopio (fizk)
crib, mangerkripo
maimed, crippledkripla
cryptkripto (arkit)
cryptogamkriptogamo (bot)
to write in secret signskriptografar {tr}
cryptomerouskriptomera (biol)
kryptonkriptono (elem)
chrism (consecrated or holy oil)krismo (litur)
curly, woolly, crisp (of hair)krispa
ChristKristo (rel)
ChristianKristano (rel)
crystalkristalo
crystalline lens (of the eye)kristalino (anat)
crystallographykristalografio (cienco)
crystalloid (biol.)kristaloido (biol)
criterionkriterio
critical philosophy (that of Kant, based on a critical examination of the foundations of knowledge)kriticismo (filoz)
critical philosopher (using Kant's system)kriticisto
to evaluate critically, criticisekritikar {tr}
crisiskrizo
chrysalis, pupakrizalido (zool)
chrysanthemumkrizantemo (pl)
pinchbeckkrizokalko (min)
to caw; (of a frog) croakkroasar {ntr}
CroatiaKroatia (lando)
Croatian (n.)Kroatiano
to crochetkrochar {tr}
to crunchkrokar {tr}
croquetkroketo
crocodilekrokodilo (rept)
chromium, chromekromo (elem)
chromatic (music, optics)kromatika (muz)
chromatinkromatino (biokem)
chromatophilouskromatofila (biol)
chromatophorekromatoforo (biol)
chromatographykromatografio (cienco)
chromatolysiskromatolizo (biol)
chromidialkromidiala (biol)
to lithograph in colour, make a chromolithographkromolitografar {tr} (imprim)
chromoplastkromoplasto (biol)
chromosomekromosomo (biol)
to use chromatype or chromotype (photographic process)kromotipar {tr} (imprim)
to use chromatype or chromotype colour printing processkromotipografar {tr} (imprim)
crownkrono
crown imperial (plant)krono imperiala (pl)
crown glass (optical)kronglaso (subs)
chronic (of long duration)kronika (medic)
chroniclekroniko
chronology (science)kronologio
chronometerkronometro
chronometrykronometrio
crop (of a bird)kropo (zool)
rattlesnake (Crotalus)krotalo (rept)
croton: plant of the genus Crotonkrotono (pl)
to cruisekrozar {ntr}
crewkruo
crosskruco
crosshead (of a piston)kruco-kapo (tekn)
crusaderkruco-militanto
crusadekruco-milito
(of a road etc) to cross (another road etc)krucumar {tr}
pitcher, jug (of clay or porcelain)krucho
cruciferkrucifero (pl)
crucifixkrucifixo
raw, uncooked; crude, unworked (also fig.)kruda
rough stone, quarry stonekruda petro (subs)
cruelkruela
jug (of wood or metal)krugo
to collapse into bits, tumble down; (fig.) sink in ruinkrular {ntr}
soft part of breadkrumo
to crumple, creasekrumplar {tr}
croup (throat ailment)krupo (morbo)
croupierkrupiero
thighkruro (anat)
crust (of bread, of earth, etc.); scab (of a sore); shell (of a crustacean)krusto
crustaceankrustaceo (animalo)
cruciblekruzelo
to dress the hair of (someone)kuafar {tr}
CubaKuba (lando)
cube (both senses)kubo
Cuban (n.)Kubano
cubeb (berry)kubebo (frukto)
cubeb pepper (shrub)kubebiero (pl)
cubic (n.), cubic equationkubiko (matem)
ulnakubito (anat)
elbow (also tech.)kudo
bulletkuglo (armo)
cakekuko
cucumberkukombro (pl)
cuckookukulo (ucelo)
pumpkin, marrow, (US) squash; cucurbit (chemical vessel)kukurbito
cucurbit (cucurbitaceous plant)kukurbitaceo (pl)
bottom (part of an object, part of the body)kulo
breech (of firearm)kulato (armo)
to turn upside down (intr.), somersault; capsizekulbutar {ntr}
to turn upside down (tr.)kulbutigar
gnat, midgekulco (insekto)
culverin (type of cannon)kulebrino (armo)
coolie, coolykuli»
spoonkuliero
spoonfulkulieredo
runner (groove or guide); wing (of theatre)kuliso
to culminate (astr., general), reach its or one's highest pointkulminar {ntr}
to be at fault, commit a fault, fail in one's dutykulpar {ntr} [pri, pro]
fault, failingkulpo
to worshipkultar {tr} (rel)
knifekultelo
to cultivate (soil, plants, the mind, the arts, etc.), tillkultivar {tr}
culture (ethical, intellectual, social, etc)kulturo
cumin, cumminkumino (pl)
kumiss, koumisskumis» (drnkj)
compresskumpreso
to hold a plurality of officeskumular {tr} (yuro)
cumuluskumuluso (meteor)
with (in company with)kun {prep}
togetherkune
contextkuntexto
to meet (come together)kunvenar {ntr}
to summon, convokekunvokar
cuneiform, wedge-shaped (writing); cuniform, cuneal, cuneate (anat.)kuneiforma
cuneiform boneskuneiforma osti (anat)
rabbit, cony, coneykuniklo (mamif)
wide drinking vessel with footkupo
brougham (carriage)kupeo (veturo)
cupelkupelo (metalg)
rosy-drop, pimple, grog-blossom (nasal ailment)kuperoso (morbo)
to couple, linkkuplar {tr} (mek)
couplingkuplo, -eso (mek)
stanza, couplet (in song)kupleto (kanto)
cupola, domekupolo (arkit)
couponkupono (financ)
copperkupro (elem)
cupreous chloridekupro-kloro (kem)
cupric chloridekupri-kloro (kem)
cupule (of acorn)kupulo (bot)
to runkurar {ntr}
to treat (medically)kuracar {tr} (medic)
curaçoakuracao (drnkj)
to be courageous, have the courage forkurajar {tr/ntr}
curare, curari (resin)kuraro (biokem)
cuirass, breastplate; carapace; armour platekuraso
to be guardian (of a minor or a person who is incapacitated)kuratar (yuro)
guardianship (over an orphan, minor, etc.)kurato (yuro)
to ache all over, be over-fatigued, tire thoroughlykurbaturar {tr/ntr} (medic)
to curvet (dressage)kurbetar {ntr}
to fight for one's share (particularly of dogs at their quarry), scrap over the spoils (of animals or people)kurear {ntr}
currentkurento
curettekureto
to curettekuretagar (medic)
curiakurio (ekl)
messenger, courierkuriero
inquisitive, curious (about something)kurioza
weevilkurkuliono (insekto)
turmeric, curcuma (bot.)kurkumo
Courland, KurlandKurlando (lando)
curlewkurlio (ucelo)
course (of lessons, etc.); rate of exchange, ruling pricekurso
cursivekursiva
cursorkursoro (mek)
short, briefkurta
to act as a brokerkurtajar {ntr}
to court, wookurtezar {tr}
curved, bentkurva
cushion, pillowkuseno
padkuseneto (tekn)
to lay down to rest, put to bedkushar {tr} [sur]
to lie down to rest, go to bedkushar su
couscouskuskuso
dodder (plant of the genus Cuscuta)kuskuto (pl)
to cost, be bought forkustar {tr}
to be accustomed (to), be used (to)kustumar {tr/ntr}
custom, habitkustumo
long coat of a peasantkuto (vesto)
drill, duck, tick, ticking (fabric)kutio (stofo)
cuticlekutikulo
cutinkutino (biokem)
cutter (vessel)kutro (batelo)
tubkuvo
conventkuvento
envelope (of a letter)kuverto
Kuwait, KoweitKuwait (lando)
cousinkuzo
cousin (female)kuzino
cousin (male)kuzulo
first cousinkuzo primara
second cousinkuzo sekundara
the (alternative to 'la' when preceding a vowel; e.g. l'infanto)l' (= la)
thela {artiklo}
la (sixth note of the diatonic scale)la» (muz)
labarum (Roman standard)labaro (hist)
lip (anat. & fig.)labio (anat)
labyrinth; (fig.) mazelabirinto
labyrinthodontlabirintodonto (paleo)
to work (intr.), work (tr.: earth, iron, wood, etc.)laborar {tr/ntr}
laboratorylaboratorio
wrasselabro (fisho)
lace (as for shoes etc)laco (vesto)
to tear, rip; laceratelacerar {tr}
lizardlacerto (rept)
lecherous, lasciviouslaciva
tin platelado
ladanumladano
lakelago (geog)
Lake LucerneLago di Quar Kantoni (mar)
LagosLagos
lagoonlaguno (geog)
lay, laicallaika (ekl)
laymanlaiko
lacquer, lacker (substance)lako (subs)
lackey, footman, liveried servantlakeo
laconiclakonika
tearlakrimo
milklakto (drnkj)
Milky Waylakto-voyo (astron)
milt, soft roelaktumo
lactaselaktazo (biokem)
lactometerlaktometro (instr)
lactoselaktoso (kem)
lacunalakuno
to pronounce "r" as "l"; (-o) lallationlalar {ntr} (ling)
thin plate; blade (of a knife etc)lamo
lama; llamalamao
manateelamantino (mamif)
LamarckismLamarckismo (biol)
flake, scale, lamella (anat., bot., tech.)lamelo
to lament, mourn (intr.)lamentar {ntr} [pri, pro]
to form (metal etc) into thin sheetslaminar {tr}
lamplampo
lampas (ornamental fabric used in upholstery)lampaso (stofo)
simple oil lamplampiono
glow-wormlampiro (insekto)
sea lamprey, lamprey eellampredo
lamprey, lamper eelrivero-lampredo
woollano (subs)
grease from sheep's woollano-graso (subs)
lance, spearlanco (armo)
small spear; (surg.) lancetlanceto
to shoot, dart (of pain)lancinar {ntr}
(a) country, (a) landlando
landaulandau» (veturo)
landaulet, landaulettelandaulet» (veturo)
landgravelandgravo
Landsturmlandsturm»
Landwehrlandwehr»
tongue (anat. & tech.)lango
to languishlangorar {ntr}
spiny lobster, rock lobster, langouste (#), crayfish (#)langusto (animalo)
shrike, butcherbirdlanio (ucelo)
nappy, (US) diaperlanjo (vesto)
lanolin(e)lanolino (subs)
to fling, hurl; shoot (an arrow); ... (also fig.)lansar {tr}
lanthanum (chem.); lantana (bot.)lantano
lanternlanterno
down, fine soft hair or hairlike growthlanugo (biol)
LaosLaos (lando)
to lap (up), drink with the tonguelapar {tr}
laparoscopylaparoskopio (medic)
laparotomylaparotomio (kir)
gemlapido
Lapp, LaplanderLapono
LaplandLaponia (lando)
animal fat, blubberlardo (subs)
larch (tree)larico (arb)
larynxlaringo (anat)
laryngitislaringito (morbo)
laryngoscopelaringoskopo
laryngotomylaringotomio (kir)
broad, widelarja
width, breadth, wideness, broadnesslarjeso
larva; (antiq.) ghost, spectre, (US) specterlarvo (zool)
to let, allow; leave (behind)lasar {tr}
splint (for an injury); fishplatelasho
lascar (Indian sailor)laskaro
last (in time, space, or a series)lasta
lathlato
latentlatenta
side (geom., archit.)latero
latexlatexo (biokem)
LatinLatina (ling)
vetchlinglatiro (pl)
latitude (angular distance from equator)latitudo
lavatory, latrine, privylatrino
lettucelatugo (pl)
brasslatuno (subs)
Latvian (adj.)Latva
LatviaLatvia (lando)
bower, arbourlaubo
to praise, laudlaudar {tr}
laudanumlaudano (farm)
laurel, bay, bay laurel, sweet bay, true laurel; (fig.) glorylauro
laureate (person honoured)laureato
louselauso (insekto)
felt louse, crab louselauso pubiala (insekto)
loud (voice or sound)lauta
to wash; launderlavar {tr}
lavalavao (subs)
lavaret, blue cap, gwiniadlavareto (fisho)
lavenderlavendo (pl)
loose, slacklaxa
to slacken, loosen, relaxlaxigar
laxativelaxigivo (medkm)
lasso, (US) lariatlazo
quarantine house, pesthouselazareto
the (plural of definite article 'la', for use only when there is no other sign of plurality)le {artikl}
lesson, lectureleciono
lecithinlecitino (subs)
uglyleda
leatherledro
law (natural, moral, social, legislative)lego (yuro)
to bequeathlegacar {tr} [ad]
legate (Roman; papal)legato
legion (also fig.)legiono
legitimate, lawfullegitima (yuro)
vegetable, legume (#)legumo
leguminlegumino (biokem)
leguminous plant, legume (#)leguminoso (pl)
pulse (seed)leguminoso-semino (bot)
light (in weight or force); (fig.) not severelejera
to licklekar {tr}
to readlektar {tr}
reader (in a university); lectorlektoro
lemma; loamlemo
Lake of GenevaLemano (mar)
lemminglemingo (mamif)
lemniscatelemniskato (geom)
prosimian (lemur, tarsier etc.)lemuriano (mamif)
ling (fish)lengo (fisho)
log (of firewood)lenio
lentil; lenslenso
slowlenta
freckle, lentigolentigino
mastic treelentisko (arb)
lion; (fig.) person of unusual courageleono (mamif)
LeoLeono (astron)
dandelionleondento (pl)
leopardleopardo (mamif)
lepidodendronlepidodendro (paleo)
lepidopteranlepidoptero
hareleporo (mamif)
harelipleporo-labio (anat)
leprosylepro (morbo)
to learnlernar {tr}
to wash (clothes, etc.) in lye; (chem.) lixiviatelesivar {tr}
lethargyletargio (medic)
letter (correspondence)letro
leucin, leucineleucino (biokem)
leucoplast, leucoplastid; leuciteleucito (biol)
leukaemia, (US) leukemialeukemio (morbo)
leucocyte, leukocyteleukocito (biol)
leucocystosisleukocitoso
leucomaleukomo (anat)
leucoplast, leucoplastidleukoplasto (biol)
leucorrhoea, flour albusleukoreo (patol)
to lift (up), raiselevar {tr}
to arise, get uplevar su
leverlevero
leviathan (myth., fig.)leviatano
lovagelevistiko (pl)
Levitelevito
greyhoundlevriero (mamif)
lexiconlexiko
lexicographerlexikografo
lexicographylexikografio
lexicologylexikologio
to injure, damage (in medicine or law)lezar {tr}
they, themli {pron}
their, theirslia
liana, lianeliano (pl)
Liasliaso
to offer up libationslibacionar {ntr}
libation, potationlibaciono
LebanonLibano (lando)
level (instrument)libelo
dragonflylibelulo (insekto)
free (from restraint), at libertylibera
liberalliberala
free tradeliberkambio
LiberiaLiberia (lando)
unrestrained, waywardlibertina
LibyaLibia (lando)
Libyan (n.)Libiano
booklibro
bookletlibreto
librationlibraco (astron)
racecourse, racetrack (for any sport)lico
(state) secondary school, (US) high schoolliceo
to licenselicencar {tr} (polit)
licence, (US) license; licensing; (poetic) licence, (US) license; licentiate (university degreelicenco
licentiate (holder of an appropriate academic diploma)licenciero
lychee, litchi (fruit)lichio (frukto)
LyciaLicia (lando)
Lycian (n.)Liciano
lidlido
LydiaLidia (lando)
Lydian (n.)Lidiano
lienterylienterio (morbo)
lieutenantlietnanto (milit)
lieutenant-colonellietnant-kolonelo (milit)
to tie, fasten, bindligar {tr}
binding, fastening; league (association); ligature (anat.)ligo
ligature (typog.)liguro (tipog)
ligamentligamento (anat)
wood (the material)ligno (subs)
ligninlignino (biokem)
lignitelignito (subs)
LiguriaLiguria (lando)
Ligurian (n.)Liguriano
privetligustro (pl)
to leaklikar {tr/ntr}
lycanthropiclikantropa (patol)
lycanthropylikantropeso (patol)
LycaoniaLikaonia (lando)
lichenlikeno (pl)
Iceland mosslikeno Islandana (pl)
licheninlikenino (biokem)
lycopod, lycopodium (type of club-moss)likopodio (pl)
lictorliktoro
lilaclilaco (pl)
lilac(-coloured)lilacea (koloro)
lilylilio (pl)
LilliputianLiliputano
to file (a surface)limar {tr} [per]
sluglimako (animalo)
dab (fish)limando (fisho)
graduated edge (of a dial, protractor etc)limbo
sweet lime (fruit)limeto (frukto)
sweet lime (tree)limetiero (arb)
lymphlimfo (anat)
lymphatismlimfatismo (medic)
limit, bound(s)limito
to set limits to, boundlimitizar
limnologylimnologio (cienco)
lemonlimono (frukto)
lemon treelimoniero (arb)
lemonadelimonado (drnkj)
limpid, clear (not cloudy)limpida
flax (plant)lino (pl)
linen clothlinajo (stofo)
lynxlinco (mamif)
to lynchlinchar {tr}
line (geom., writing, genealogy, etc.)lineo
lineage, line (genealogy, biol.)lineajo
ruler (for drawing), straightedgelinealo
lineament, basic outlinelineamento
linear (math.)lineara (matem)
ingotlingoto
languagelinguo
linguisticslinguistiko
liniment, embrocationlinimento (farm)
lininlinino
item of household linen, linen clothlinjo
linoleumlinoleumo
lawn (a fine linen)linono (stofo)
lintellintelo (arkit)
lipid, lipidelipido (biokem)
lippitudelipitudo (patol)
lipomalipomo (patol)
lipothymialipotimio (patol)
to liquateliquacar {ntr} (tekn)
liquidliquida
to wind up (a business, etc.)liquidacar {tr}
(alcoholic) spirit, liquorliquoro (drnkj)
lyre; lyrebird; Lyra (astr.)liro
lira (monetary unit)lira» (pek)
lyric, lyricallirika
listlisto
bed (for sleeping; also fig. of a river etc)lito (moblo)
bedside table, night tablelito-tableto (moblo)
litany; (fig.) tedious recitallitanio
lithargelitargiro (kem)
letter (of the alphabet)litero
literatureliteraturo
lithiumlitio (elem)
litter (straw, hay, etc.)litiero
judicial disputelitijo (yuro)
to lithographlitografar {tr}
lithology (science of rocks as mineral masses)litologio
coastal region, seaboardlitoro (geog)
litotelitoto (retor)
to perform lithotomylitotomiar (kir)
lithotomylitotomio (kir)
to perform lithotritylitotriciar (kir)
lithotritylitotricio (kir)
to perform lithotripsylitotripsiar (kir)
lithotripsylitotripsio (kir)
litrelitro (mez)
LithuaniaLituania (lando)
Lithuanian (person)Lituaniano
liturgyliturgio (rel)
lute (musical)liuto (muzin)
to leave, depart from (a place or person), quitlivar {tr}
livid (of complexion)livida
LivoniaLivonia (lando)
Livonian (n.)Livoniano
to deliver (goods, etc)livrar {tr} [ad] (pek)
liverylivreo (vesto)
lees, dregs (also fig.)lizo
loose-strifelizimakio (pl)
it (referring to a previous sentence or phrase, i.e. a fact rather than an object)lo {pron}
lobelobo (anat)
lobelialobelio (pl)
loachlocho (fisho)
to wash with a lotionlocionar {tr} (medic)
medical washinglociono
lotion (liquid)locionajo
log (for measuring speed of a ship)logo
logarithmlogaritmo (matem)
logiclogiko (cienco)
logogriph, word puzzlelogogrifo
logomachylogomakio
to lodge, live (at a stated place)lojar {ntr} [en, che]
abode, lodging(s)lojeyo
lodge (porter's); lodge (masonic, etc.); (actor's) dressing roomlojio
place, locality, spotloko
public placeloko komuna
to hire, rentlokacar {tr}
locative (case)lokativo (gram)
curl, ringletloklo
traction enginelokomobilo (aparato)
to move from place to placelokomocar {ntr}
locomotionlokomoco
locomotivelokomotivo (veturo)
locustlokusto (insekto)
lolium (plant such as darnel and rye-grass)lolio (pl)
pawnshoplombardo
LombardyLombardia (lando)
Lombard (native of Lombardy)Lombardiano
earthwormlombriko (animalo)
sliceloncho
LondonLondon
LondonerLondonano
long (of time or space), talllonga
to lengthen (tr), elongate, prolonglongigar
longitudelongitudo (geog)
at the time of (an event), at the same time aslor {prep}
then, at that timelore
now ... thenlore lore
Lordlord»
monocular (n.), spyglasslorno
lorgnette, small spy-glasslorneto
binocular (n.), "(pair of) binoculars", (double) field glassbi-lorno (aparato)
opera-glasses, opera-glassbi-lorneto (aparato)
share, portion, lotloto
lotto, housey-housey, bingoloto-ludo (lud)
burbotlotao (fisho)
to cast lots for, raffle forlotriar {tr}
LorraineLotringia (lando)
native of LorraineLotringiano
lotuslotuso (pl)
rhumb-line, loxodrome, loxodromic curve (intersecting meridians at a constant angle, as followed by a ship sailing in a fixed direction)loxodromo
loyalloyala
he, she, it (common gender form)lu {prep}
his, her, hers, itslua
to lubricatelubrifikar {tr}
pike (fish)lucio (fisho)
lucid (mentally), sanelucida
fireflyluciolo (insekto)
to play (in a game or sport)ludar {ntr} [per]
playfulludema
plaything, toyludilo
spillikin; jackstaw; peg (as for cribbage)ludo-splinto
rattle (toy)lud-sonalio (ludl)
to let, rent (out), hire (out)lugar {tr} [ad] (pek)
luggerlugro (batelo)
skylight; hatchwayluko
stag beetlelukano (insekto)
to wrestle; (fig.) struggle, striveluktar {ntr} [kontre, kun, por]
to lull to sleeplular {tr}
to shine, give light (also fig.)lumar {ntr}
lightlumo
footlights (theatre)lumo-rango
lumbar region, lower backlumbo (anat)
lumbagolumbago (morbo)
nodule (geol.); lump (of sugar)lumpo (min)
moonluno (astron)
lune, lunuleluneto
Mondaylundio
magnifierlupo
brothel, bordellolupanaro
wen (med.)lupio (patol)
lupin, (US) lupinelupino (pl)
hop (plant)lupulo (pl)
to lure, enticelurar {tr} [per]
chandelier; lustrum (period of 5 years)lustro
to lustrate (purify by propitiatory offering)lustracar {tr}
lustrationlustraco
lustring, lustrine, lutestringlustrino (stofo)
lute (sealant)luto (subs)
LutheranLuterano (rel)
otterlutro (mamif)
luxuryluxo
to luxate, dislocate, put out of joint (surg.)luxacar {tr} (kir)
Luxembourg (town)Luxemburg
Luxembourg (country)Luxemburgia (lando)
native of LuxembourgLuxemburgiano
lust, lecheryluxurio
alfalfa, lucerneluzerno (pl)
butma {konj}
MacedoniaMacedonia (lando)
macédoine; (fig.) medley, hodgepodgemacedonio (koquo)
Macedonian (person)Macedoniano
to maceratemacerar {tr/ntr}
mackintosh, macintosh (coat)mackintosh» (vesto)
MadagascarMadagaskar (lando)
MadeiraMadeira (lando)
madeleinemadeleno
madonnamadono (rel)
madrepore, stony coralmadreporo (zool)
madrigalmadrigalo (muz)
MagyarMadyaro
maestromaestro
magus, (-i) magimago
the three Magila tri magi
storeroom, warehousemagazino
to practise magicmagiar {ntr}
great (mentally or ethically), ~eminentmagna
magnatemagnato
magnetmagneto
magnetism (property)magneteso
to magnetisemagnetigar
magnetism (influence of personality)magnetismo
to submit to the effects of animal magnetismmagnetizar {tr} (fiziol)
tape recordermagnetofono (aparato)
magnesiummagnezo (elem)
magnesia (magnesium oxide)magnezio (kem)
magnolia (tree)magnolio (arb)
lean, lank; meagre, (US) meagermagra
mahogany (wood)mahagono (ligno)
mahogany treemahagoniero (arb)
lily of the valleymaifloro (pl)
maize, (US) cornmaizo (pl)
majestymajesto
of full (legal) age; major (mus.)majora
major keymajora modo (muz)
major (logic)majoro (log)
marjoram, sweet marjorammajorano (pl)
primogeniture, majoratmajorato (yuro)
major-domo, chief stewardmajordomo
majoritymajoritato
macadammakadamo (subs)
macaquemakako (mamif)
macaroonmakarono
macaronimakaronio
macaronicmakaronika (ling)
ring-tailed lemurmakio (mamif)
MachiavellianMakiavelala
Machiavellianism, MachiavellismMakiavelismo
macle (twin crystal)maklo (kem)
mackerelmakrelo (fisho)
macrophytemakrofito (bot)
macrogamete, megagametemakrogameto (biol)
macronucleusmakronukleo (biol)
megaspore, macrosporemakrosporo (biol)
megasporangium, macrosporangiummakrosporangio (biol)
spot, blot, stain, maculamakulo
maculature, ~spoiled paper, ~waste papermakulaturo (imprim)
bad; evilmala
unhealthy, unwholesomemaljermoza
sick, ill, unwellmalada (medic)
malachitemalakito (min)
malariamalario (morbo)
MalawiMalawi (lando)
Malay (person)Malayo
to speak ill of (albeit truthfully)maldicensar {tr}
to cold-forge, hammer (something malleable) into shape; (-ebla) malleable (pr. & fig.)malear {tr} (mek)
malleablemaleebla (mek)
to curse, damnmaledikar {tr}
anklemaleolo (anat)
despite, in spite of, notwithstandingmalgre {prep}
although, even thoughmalgre ke {konj}
MaliMali (lando)
malice; mischievousnessmalico
malign, pernicious, malignant, evil, wickedmaligna
MaltaMalta (lando)
Maltese crossMalta-kruco
maltmalto
Maltese (n.)Maltano
mallowmalvo (pl)
hollyhock, (US) rose mallowmalvarozo (pl)
marsh mallow (plant)malvavisko (pl)
leotard, bathing suitmalyoto (vesto)
breast, mamma; uddermamo (anat)
mummy (mother), mum, mama, mam, (US) mom, momma, mammamama
mammalmamifero
nipple, teat (anat.), mamilla, (US) mammillamamilo (anat)
MammonMamono (rel)
mammothmamuto (paleo)
manes (Roman mythology: ancestral spirits)mani (mitol)
mannamanao
(long) handle, hilt, haftmancho
mandarin (Chinese official)mandareno
mandarin (orange), ~tangerinemandarino (frukto)
money ordermandato (financ)
Mandaean, Mandean (n.)Mandeo (rel)
almond (nut)mandelo
almond (tree)mandeliero (arb)
lower jaw, mandiblemandibulo (anat)
ManchuMandjuro
ManchuriaMandjuria (lando)
Manchurian (n.)Mandjuriano
mandolinmandolino (muzin)
mandola, mandora: early form of mandolinmandoro (muzin)
mandrake, mandragoramandragoro (pl)
mandrel, mandrilmandrelo
chuck (of lathe or drill)mandrino (mek)
riding schoolmanejo
dummy, mannequinmanekino
hand-lever, movable handle or knobmaneto (tekn)
mango (fruit)mango (frukto)
mango treemangiero (arb)
manganesemangano (elem)
mangrove fruitmanglo (frukto)
mangrove treemangliero (arb)
mongoosemangusto (mamif)
maniamanio
manner, way of behaving or of doing anythingmaniero
to manifest, make known, display, show; participate in a manifestationmanifestar {tr/ntr}
sleevemaniko (vesto)
oversleevesur-maniko (vesto)
to manicuremanikurar {tr}
manioc, cassavamanioko (pl)
maniple (in Roman army; clerical vestment)maniplo
to manipulate, treat or work with the handmanipular {tr}
sounding key, Morse keymanipulatoro (tekn)
crooked handle, crankmanivelo (tekn)
to eat, (fig.) consumemanjar {tr}
to be lacking, be missingmankar {ntr}
pressure gauge, manometermanometro (instr)
handcuffmanoto
to manoeuvre, (US) maneuvermanovrar {tr/ntr}
mansard (mansard roof; garret, attic)mansardo (arkit)
cuff (of a sleeve)mansheto (vesto)
to toss (someone) in a blanketmantear {tr}
cloak (garment); mantel (over a fireplace)mantelo (vesto)
to keep fast, maintain (in a stable state)mantenar {tr}
mantillamantilio (vesto)
mantissa (math.)mantiso (matem)
handmanuo (anat)
to handle, wieldmanuagar {tr}
handfulmanuedo
manufactory, factorymanufakturo
manuscriptmanuskripto
manchineelmanzanilo (arb)
mapmapo
seamaro
marine, maritimemarala
osprey, sea eaglemar-aglo (ucelo)
sea foam; (fig.) meerschaum (material)maro-spumo (min)
sealmar-hundo (mamif)
maraschinomaraskino (drnkj)
marasmusmarasmo (morbo)
marathonmaratono
to walk, step, tread; marchmarchar {ntr}
to trip along (of children)marchetar
marching tunemarch-ario (muz)
to bargain or haggle formarchandar {tr}
marzipanmarcipano
Tuesdaymardio
tide, ebb and flowmareo
marigraphmareografo (instr)
tide-gaugemareometro (instr)
margarinemargarino
margravemargravo
marguerite, oxeye daisymargrito (pl)
daisymargriteto (pl)
water-bath (chem.); double-boiler (cooking)maria-balno
to unite in wedlock, marry (others)mariajar {tr}
Mariana (islands)Mariani (lando)
marijuana, marihuana (narcotic)marihuano (subs)
to marinatemarinar {tr/ntr} (koquo)
puppet, marionettemarioneto
margin (of a page); (fig.) bordermarjino
mark, token; (postage) stampmarko
mark (weight; money)mark»
marquismarkezo
to layer (propagate by layering)markotar {tr} (bot)
layered branch or shootmarkotajo (bot)
jam, marmalademarmelado
(cooking) potmarmito
marblemarmoro (min)
to stain or vein like marblemarmorumar
marmotmarmoto (mamif)
marlmarno (subs)
to maraud, rove in search of plunder, raid, plundermarodar {tr/ntr}
MoroccoMaroko (lando)
Moroccan (n.)Marokano
moroccomarokino
horse chestnutmarono (frukto)
Marquesas IslandsMarquesas (lando)
marqueemarquizo (arkit)
Mars (god; planet)Marso
marsh, bogmarsho
marshal (military)marshalo (milit)
porpoisemarsuino (mamif)
marsupial (n.)marsupialo (mamif)
Marchmarto
hammermartelo
to hammermartelagar
kingfishermartin-peskero (ucelo)
St. Martin's summerMartin-somero
MartiniqueMartinika (lando)
martyrmartiro
martenmartro (mamif)
marvel, wondermarvelo
mass (body of matter)maso (fizk)
to massagemasajar {tr}
to massacremasakrar {tr}
link, mesh (in textile, net or knitting)masho
machine, enginemashino (aparato)
to machinate in secretmashinacar {tr}
massivemasiva
to mask (the face)maskar {tr}
mascaronmaskarono (arkit)
male, masculinemaskula
male (n.)maskulo (zool)
masochismmasokismo
masochistmasokisto
to do mason's work onmasonar {tr}
mastmasto (nav)
mastectomymastektomio (kir)
putty, filler, masticmastico (subs)
to chewmastikar {tr}
mastodonmastodonto (paleo)
mastermastro
to masturbatemasturbar
mat, mattingmato
matadormatadoro
maté, mate (tree; drink)mateo
mathematicsmatematiko (cienco)
material, matter, stuff (also fig.)materio
raw materialmaterio prima (tekn)
dull (of colour or sound)matida
morning, forenoonmatino
matelote (type of fish stew; type of hornpipe)matloto
mattoleinmatoleino (subs)
mothermatro
motherliquormatro-aquo (kem)
mattressmatraco
matrassmatraso
matrix, mouldmatrico
register (of names)matrikulo
matron (mature woman)matrono
mature, ripematura
matins, mattins (relig.)matutino (litur)
MauritiusMaurico (lando)
MauritaniaMauritania (lando)
mausoleummauzoleo
upper jaw bone, maxillamaxilo (anat)
most (preceding an adjective or adverb)maxim {adv}
greatest, highest, maximum (adj.)maxima
at mostmaxime
maximum (n.)maximo
Maymayo
majolicamayoliko (arto)
mayonnaisemayonezo
major (officer)mayoro (milit)
MajorcaMayorka (lando)
capital lettermayuskulo
mace (ceremonial staff)mazo
mazurkamazurko (danso)
I, meme {pron}
my, minemea
meander (ornamental pattern)meandro (arkit)
rich patron of the arts, Maecenasmeceno
wickmecho (tekn)
MedeMedo
medalmedalio
locket; medallionmedaliono
MediaMedia (lando)
environment, surroundings, milieu; (of people) circle, setmedio
to mediate, act as an intermediary, intercedemediacar {ntr}
median (geom., etc.)mediano (geom)
intermediate, mediatemediata
medicine (science, profession)medicino (cienco)
physician, doctor (of medicine)mediko
medicine (for an illness)medikamento (medic)
to meditate, think overmeditar {tr/ntr}
Mediterranean (adj.)Mediteranea (mar)
Mediterranean (sea)Mediteraneo (mar)
medium (spiritual)mediumo
marrow (of bone), medulla (#)medulo (anat)
jellyfishmeduzo
MedusaMeduzo (mitol)
Mephistophelean, MephistophelianMefistofelala
foul exhalationmefito (subs)
mega- (million-fold)mega- {pref} (mez)
megaphonemegafono (aparato)
megalithmegalito (arkeol)
megalomaniamegalomanio
megasporemegasporo (biol)
megasporangiummegasporangio (biol)
megatherium, megathere (extinct mammal)megaterio (paleo)
shrew, vixen, scoldmegero
to taw (skins)mejisar {tr} (tekn)
mechanics (science)mekaniko (cienco)
mechanism (also philos.), mechanical structuremekanismo
mechanist (philos.)mekanisto
melaninmelanino (biokem)
melanismmelanismo
melancholymelankolio
melanomamelanomo (medic)
treacle, molassesmelaso
brawl, meleemeleo
melilotmeliloto (pl)
lemon balm, balm (plant)meliso (pl)
to milkmelkar {tr}
melody, tunemelodio (muz)
melodramamelodramo (teatro)
cockchafer, May beetlemelolonto (insekto)
melonmelono (pl)
watermelonaquo-melono (pl)
cantaloup, cantaloupekantalupo-melono (pl)
melon-cactus, -thick, -thistle, melocactusmelon-kaktuso (pl)
even, still, really (e.g. 'mem hundi natas' = even dogs swim)mem {adv}
member (of a club, society, community, party, etc.; of an equation); limb (arm or leg)membro
membranemembrano (biol)
to remember, recollectmemorar {tr}
memorablememorinda
memorandummemorando
memoir, memoirsmemorialo
maenad, menad, ~bacchantemenado
to do the housekeeping, deal with the domestic administration ofmenajar {tr/ntr}
housekeepingmenajo
housekeepermenajisto
menagerie (collection)menajerio
to mentionmencionar {tr}
to beg for (something), beg (beg for alms)mendikar {tr/ntr}
menhirmenhiro (arkeol)
meninx; (-i) meningesmeningo (anat)
meningitismeningito (morbo)
cerebro-spinal meningitismeningito cerebro-spinala (morbo)
meniscusmenisko
menopausemenopauzo (medic)
to menstruatemenstruar {ntr} (medic)
mind (n.); mentalitymento
to lie (tell an untruth)mentiar {ntr}
mentholmentolo (kem)
chinmentono (anat)
chin-strap, chin-piece, chin-bandmentonumo
mentormentoro
menu, bill of faremenuo
minuet (dance or music)menueto
to do joinery workmenuzar {ntr}
mercenary (soldier)mercenario (milit)
haberdashery (trade)mercero
meridianmeridiano (geog)
merino (sheep)merino (mamif)
meringuemeringo
to deserve, meritmeritar {tr} [pro]
wild cherry, gean (fruit)merizo (frukto)
wild cherry treemeriziero (arb)
to make a mental note of, keep in mindmerkar {tr}
headword, key word, catchword (as in a dictionary or encyclopaedia)merko-vorto
market (public place for selling; also fig.)merkato (pek)
Wednesdaymerkurdio
mercurymerkurio (elem)
blackbirdmerlo (ucelo)
whiting (fish)merlano (fisho)
merlonmerlono (fortif)
European hakemerlucho (fisho)
merogonymerogonio (biol)
Massmeso (rel)
messagemesajo
Messiahmesio (rel)
mescalinemeskalino (kem)
mean, stingymeskina
to cut and harvest, reap (cereals)mesonar {tr}
half-caste, mestizomestico
trade, craft, occupation (manual), métiermestiero
to put on, don (clothing etc)metar {tr}
metabolismmetabolio (biol)
metacentre, (US) metacentermetacentro (fizk)
methadone, methadonmetadono (kem)
metaphasemetafazo (biol)
metaphysicsmetafiziko (cienco)
metaphormetaforo
metaphrase, literal translationmetafrazo
metacarpusmetakarpo (anat)
metalmetalo (subs)
wiremetalfilo
metallographymetalografio (cienco)
metalloidmetaloido (kem)
metallurgymetalurgio (cienco)
to metamorphosemetamorfosar {tr}
metamorphosismetamorfoso
methanemetano (kem)
metastablemetastabila
metatarsusmetatarso (anat)
metempsychosismetempsikoso (doktrino)
atmospheric phenomenon (rain, rainbow, wind, etc.)meteoro (meteor)
meteorologymeteorologio (cienco)
methylmetilo (kem)
methylenemetileno (kem)
methodmetodo
Methodismmetodismo (rel)
Methodistmetodisto (rel)
methodologymetodologio (cienco)
metolmetolo (kem)
metonymymetonimio (retor)
metopemetopo (arkit)
metre (measure; poetic)metro
cubic metre, (US) cubic metermetro-kubo (mez)
square metre, (US) square metermetro-quadrato (mez)
prosody, versificationmetriko
metritismetrito (morbo)
metrologymetrologio (cienco)
metronomemetronomo
metropolismetropolo (polit)
metropolitan (bishop)metropolito (rel)
Mexico CityMexiko
Mexico (country)Mexikia (lando)
Mexican (n.)Mexikiano
middle (adj.), medianmeza
middle (n.), midstmezo
in the middle ofmeze di
mesenterymezentero (anat)
mezereon (shrub)mezereono (arb)
mesodermmezodermo
mesocarpmezokarpo (bot)
MesopotamiaMezopotamia (lando)
Mesopotamian (n.)Mezopotamiano
mezzotint (print)mezotinto (arto)
to measure; (land) surveymezurar {tr} [per]
measure, measurement; time, measure (mus.); bar (mus.)mezuro
mi (third note of the diatonic scale)mi (muz)
mi (third note of the diatonic scale)mi» (muz)
semi-, hemi-, demi-mi- {pref}
pose between face and profile (portrait)mi-facio
metayagemi-farmado
a pose between back and profilemi-profilo (fot)
hemispheremi-sfero
miasmamiasmo (subs)
to mew (cat)miaular {ntr}
micella, micellemicelo (biol)
honeymielo
hydromel, meadmielaquo (drnkj)
look(s), mien, countenancemieno
to migratemigrar {ntr} [ad, de]
migrainemigreno (morbo)
micamikao (min)
mycologistmikologo
mycologymikologio (cienco)
mycorrhiza, mycorhizamikorizo
small, littlemikra
micro- (millionth part)mikro-
microbemikrobo (biol)
microcentrummikrocentro (biol)
microfilmmikrofilmo
microphonemikrofono (aparato)
microgametmikrogameto (biol)
micrographermikrografo (aparato)
micrographymikrografio (cienco)
micrometer (instrument)mikrometro (instr)
micronmikrono (mez)
micronucleusmikronukleo (biol)
micropylemikropilo (biol)
microscopemikroskopo
microsomemikrosomo (biol)
microsporemikrosporo (biol)
microsporangiummikrosporangio (biol)
microzoamikrozoo (biol)
thousandmil
kite (bird)milano (ucelo)
mite (tiny arachnid)milbo (insekto)
mild, gentlemilda
milemilio (mez)
milli- (thousandth part)mili- {pref}
miliary (med.)miliara (medic)
thousand million, milliard, (US) billionmiliardo
prickly heat, miliariamiliario (patol)
militiamilico
(common) millet (Panicum miliaceum)milieto (pl)
milligrammiligramo (mez)
millimetre, (US) millimetermilimetro (mez)
millionmiliono
to make war, (fig.) militatemilitar {ntr} [por, kontre]
militarismmilitarismo
militant (n.), militarist (person imbued with militarism)militaristo
to mimemimar {tr}
mimetic (zool.)mimetika (biol)
mimosamimoso (pl)
less (preceding an adjective or adverb)min {adv}
to mine; (fig.) undermineminar {tr}
minemineyo
less (at the end of a phrase)mine
to menace, threaten (a person, etc)minacar {tr} [ulu per ulo]
minaretminareto
mineralmineralo (subs)
mineralogymineralogio (cienco)
minstrelminestrelo
miniatureminiaturo
least (preceding an adjective or adverb)minim {adv}
least, lowest, minimumminima
at leastminime
minimumminimo
small and daintyminiona
ministry, department of governmentministerio (polit)
minister, head of government departmentministro
red lead, minium (chemical; paint)miniumo (kem)
minor, under age (in law); minor (logic, music, eccl.)minora
minor key (mus.)minora modo (muz)
minority (of age)minoreso
minorityminoritato
MinorcaMinorka (lando)
MinotaurMinotauro (mitol)
mint (plant)minto (pl)
curly mint (plant)minto krispa (pl)
peppermint (plant)pipro-minto (pl)
minor detail, minutiaminucio
minusminus {prep} (matem)
small letter (not a capital)minuskulo
minute (of time or angle)minuto
(the) Miocene (epoch)mioceno (geol)
myologymiologio
myopic, short-sightedmiopa (patol)
forget-me-not, myosotismiozoto (pl)
myrrhmiro (pl)
mirabelle (fruit: type of small, round, yellow plum)mirabelo (frukto)
mirage; (fig.) delusionmirajo
miraclemiraklo
myriad (ten thousand; an immense number)miriado
myriametre, (US) myriametermiriametro (mez)
myriapod (centipede or millipede, etc.)miriapodo (animalo)
anteatermirmekofago (mamif)
myrmecophilousmirmekofila (biol)
antlionmirmekoleono (insekto)
myrtlemirto (arb)
bilberry, blueberry, huckleberry, whortleberry (fruit)mirtelo (frukto)
bilberry (plant)mirteliero (pl)
mis- (prefix added to a verbal root to denote an erroneous or wrong action. E.g. mis-kompren-ar: to misunderstand; mis-pronunc-ar: to mispronounce; mis-uz-o:mis- {pref}
misalliance, bad matchmis-alianco
to misdeal (cards)mis-donar {tr}
to misleadmis-duktar {tr}
to misinterpretmis-interpretar {tr}
to misjudgemis-judikar {tr}
to miscalculatemis-kalkular {tr}
to misunderstandmis-komprenar
to miscountmis-kontar {tr}
to misname (use the wrong name for)mis-nomar
to mispresent, present wronglymis-prizentar {tr}
to mispronouncemis-pronuncar
to mischoosemis-selektar {tr}
to mistranslatemis-tradukar {tr}
to misuse, make bad use of, wastemis-uzar
mission (religious or scientific group)misiono
medlar (fruit)mispelo (frukto)
medlar treemispeliero (arb)
missMiss»
mistletoemistelo (pl)
mysterymisterio
mystic, mysticalmistika
mythmito
mittenmiteno (vesto)
mitten which leaves the fingers baremi-miteno (vesto)
mitochondrionmitokondrio (biol)
mythologymitologio
mitommitomo (biol)
mitosismitoso (biol)
mitre, (US) miter (headdress)mitro (vesto)
grapeshotmitralio
machine gunmitralioso (armo)
to mix, blend; shuffle (cards)mixar {tr} [kun]
myxamoebamixamebo (biol)
misanthropemizantropo
to be in miserymizerar {ntr}
forgiving compassionmizerikordio
MysiaMizia (lando)
mnemonicsmnemoniko (arto)
Moab (son of Lot)Moab
Moabite (descendant of Moab)Moabido
Moab (land)Moabia (lando)
Moabite (native of the land of Moab)Moabiano
to mobilise (troops)mobilizar {tr} (milit)
piece of furnituremoblo
fashion; mood (verb); mode (philos., mus.)modo
model (something to be imitated or copied, pattern; artist's model)modelo
modem (modulator/demodulator)modemo (aparato)
to moderate, mitigatemoderar {tr}
modernmoderna
to modernise (tr.)modernigar
modest (not pretentious or ostentatious; not presumptuous)modesta
to modifymodifikar {tr}
modillionmodiliono (arkit)
to make a preliminary model of clay, wax, etc., for copying in the form of a more durable sculpturemodlar {tr} (arto)
modulus (math., phys.), module (arch.)modulo
to modulatemodulacar {tr}
skunkmofeto (mamif)
mogulmogul»
Muslim, Mohammedan, Mahommedan, Mahometan, MuhammedanMohamedano (rel)
mohair (fabric)mohero (stofo)
to mock, laugh atmokar {tr} [pro, pri]
moccasinmokasino (vesto)
soft, yielding easily to pressure; tender, mellowmola
molarmolara (anat)
to grow mouldymoldar {ntr} (biol)
MoldaviaMoldavia (lando)
Moldavian (n.)Moldaviano
moleculemolekulo
moleskin (fabric)moleskino (tex)
to pester, bothermolestar {tr}
breakwater, molemolio
molybdenummolibdo (elem)
flannelette, swanskin (fabric)moltono (stofo)
molluscmolusko
momentummomento (fizk)
monad, monasmonado
monk, friarmonako (rel)
MonacoMonako (lando)
Monegasque, Monacan (n.)Monakano
monarchmonarko
monarchymonarkio (polit)
monastermonastero (biol)
monthmonato
worldmondo (geog)
society or people in general, (the) world (of)mondumo
moner, moneron: hypothetical simplest protozoanmonero (biol)
coin, cash, changemoneto (pek)
pursemonetuyo
Mongol, Mongolian (person)Mongolo
MongoliaMongolia (lando)
monismmonismo (filoz)
monistmonisto
monitor (ship)monitoro (batelo)
mono- (scientific prefix)mono- {pref}
monochord, sonometermono-kordo
monosyllabicmono-silaba
monophyleticmonofiletika (biol)
monophthongmonoftongo (gram)
monogamousmonogama
monogamymonogameso
monographmonografio
monogrammonogramo
monohybridmonohibrida (biol)
monoecious (bot.)monoika (bot)
monoclemonoklo
monoclinous; monoclinicmonoklina
monochromemonokroma (koloro)
camaieumonokromajo (arto)
monolithmonolito
monologuemonologo
monomaniamonomanio (medic)
monomialmonomio (matem)
monopolymonopolo (komerco)
monotheismmonoteismo
monotheistmonoteisto (rel)
monotonousmonotona
Monsignor, Monseigneurmonsinioro
monster (also fig.)monstro
Rocky Mountains, RockiesMonti Rokoza (mont)
mountain, mountmonto (geog)
upright (component of wood, metal, etc.)montanto
MontenegroMontenegro (lando)
Montenegrin (n.)Montenegrano
to showmontrar {tr} [ad]
monumentmonumento
pug (dog)mopso (mamif)
moquettemoqueto (stofo)
(-i) moresmoro
mores (manners, habits, conduct considered from the moral point of view), moralsmori
habitual, customarymorala
MoraviaMoravia (lando)
Moravian (native of Moravia)Moraviano
disease, maladymorbo (patol)
measles, morbillimorbilo (morbo)
to bite (also fig.)mordar {tr}
morel, morille (edible fungus)morelo (fungo)
morainemoreno (geog)
morpheme, monememorfemo (ling)
morphinemorfino
morphogenic (of the nature of a morphogen)morfogena (biol)
morphogenmorfogeno
morphogenesis, morphogeny (biol.)morfogenezo (biol)
morphology (biology; linguistics)morfologio
morphoplasmmorfoplasmo (biol)
morphosismorfoso (biol)
tomorrowmorge {adv}
(the) next day, (the) day after, (the) morrowmorgo
morganaticmorganatika (yuro)
andiron, firedogmorilio
bit (of a bridle)morso
to die (also fig., e.g. of fire, of a movement)mortar {ntr}
Dead SeaMortinta Maro (mar)
bologna sausagemortadelo
mortar (building cement)mortero (subs)
mortise, morticemortezo (tekn)
to mortify (subdue by severities and penance)mortifikar {tr}
codmoruo (fisho)
stockfish (dried cod)sika moruo
dried salted codsika sal-moruo
mulberry (fruit)moruso (frukto)
mulberry treemorusiero (arb)
glandersmorvo
cabin boy, sea apprentice, ship boymoso
musk (substance)mosko (subs)
musk deermosko-cervo (mamif)
musk shrew, sondelimosko-musareno (mamif)
muskratmosko-rato (mamif)
common dormousemoskardino (mamif)
mosquemoskeo
mosquitomoskito (insekto)
must (juice)mosto (subs)
mottomoto
wagtailmotacilo (ucelo)
motetmoteto
motifmotifo
motive, reasonmotivo
motormotoro (aparato)
to move, set in motion, propelmovar {tr/ntr}
tempomovimento (muz)
means (through which something is done)moyeno
mosaic (of stone, glass etc)mozaiko
MozambiqueMozambik (lando)
to moult, (US) molt; change, break (boy's voice)muar {ntr}
moire: watered fabricmuaro (stofo)
mucilage (from plants)mucilajo (bot)
to grind, crush (in a mill)muelar {tr}
gull, sea gullmuevo (ucelo)
muff; cylindrical casing (tech.)mufo
muffle (chem.)muflo
mouflon, moufflonmuflono (mamif)
Mufti (expounder of Muslim law)mufti» (rel)
hogsheadmuid» (mez)
to roar (of wind, waves)mujar {ntr}
mucusmuko (biol)
mucous membranemukozo (anat)
mule; hinnymulo (mamif)
mulattomulato
to form a mould (US: mold) of (something, as in sand, in which to make a casting)muldar {tr}
(fig.) to mould (US: mold) oneself, model oneselfmuldar su
moulding (in which a cast is made)mulduro (tekn)
womanmuliero
many, muchmulta
a lot, a large quantitymulto
manifold, multiplemultoplo
multiform (math.)multiforma (matem)
multiplanemultiplano (matem)
to multiply, calculate a productmultiplikar {tr} (matem)
multipolar (math.)multipola (matem)
(architectural) moulding, (US) moldingmuluro (arkit)
mummy (body)mumio
to blow the nose of; (mungar su) to blow one's nosemungar {tr}
munition, ammunitionmuniciono (milit)
municipalitymunicipo (polit)
to fit together, assemblemuntar {tr} (tekn)
wallmuro
moraymureno (fisho)
to murmur (of person, water, wind etc), hum (of bees)murmurar {ntr}
mousemuso (mamif)
shrew, shrewmousemusareno (mamif)
fly (insect)musho (insekto)
blowfly, bluebottlekarno-musho (insekto)
toad stool, fly agaricmush-agariko
flycatcher (bird)mush-kaptero (ucelo)
mossmusko (pl)
nutmegmuskado (frukto)
nutmeg (tree)muskadiero (arb)
muscardinemuskardino
muscat grapemuskato (frukto)
muscatel (wine)muskat-vino (pl)
musket, matchlockmusketo (armo)
musketoon, musquetoonmusketono (armo)
musclemuskulo (anat)
common edible musselmuslo (animalo)
muslinmuslino (stofo)
monsoon (wind)musono (meteor)
to have to (from necessity, not duty)mustar {ntr}
mustardmustardo
dumb, mutemuta
to mutatemutacar {ntr}
mutationmutaco (biol)
to maim, mutilate (also fig.)mutilar {tr}
sheep; fluffy or fleecy cloud; (fig.: person) one of a flockmutono
mutual (referring to an association or institution)mutuala
Muse, musemuzo
museummuzeo
snout, muzzle; (fig.) poutmuzelo
snapdragon, antirrhinummuzel-floro (pl)
to play musicmuzikar {ntr} (muz)
written music, scoremuzikajo (muz)
musicologymuzikologio
spinal cordmyelo (anat)
myelin, myelinemyelino (anat)
myelitis: inflammation of spinal cordmyelito (morbo)
hub (of a wheel)nabo (mek)
Nabataeans, Nabatean (people)Nabatei
nawab, nabob (also fig.)nabobo
nationnaciono
nationalnacionala
nadirnadiro (astron)
naphthanafto (kem)
naphthalenenaftalino (kem)
naivenaiva
nacarat: (bright) orange-rednakarata (koloro)
nacarat: (bright) orange-rednakarato (koloro)
nightingalenaktigalo (ucelo)
for, since (conj.), seeing thatnam {konj}
NamibiaNamibia (lando)
dwarfnano
nankeen, nankin (cloth)nankino (stofo)
nano- (thousand millionth part)nano- {pref}
turnipnapo (pl)
napalmnapalmo (kem)
to narrate, tell (something that happened)naracar {tr}
narcissus, daffodilnarciso (pl)
spikenard, nard (plant)nardo (pl)
nard (ointment)nardo-unguento (subs)
to be in a state of narcosisnarkotar {ntr} (medic)
narwhalnarvalo (mamif)
trap for fish etc.naso
to be bornnaskar {ntr}
birthnasko
to swimnatar {ntr}
NatalNatal (lando)
sodiumnatro (elem)
sodium chloridenatro-kloro (kem)
sodium sulphitenatro-sulfito (kem)
nature (all senses)naturo
naturalism (philos., art)naturalismo
naturalist (philos., art)naturalisto
to be shipwreckednaufrajar {ntr}
nautilusnautilo (animalo)
to feel nauseated (sick)nauzear {ntr} (medic)
ship; nave (of a church)navo
ship's captainnavestro
nauticalnavala
scaphoid bonenavatra osto (anat)
scafoid bone (of carpal bones)navoida osto (anat)
NavarreNavara (lando)
to navigate, sailnavigar {tr/ntr} (nav)
navigationnavigado (nav)
coastingrivo-navigado (nav)
naiad, water nymph (myth.)nayado (mitol)
nosenazo (anat)
cold in the headnaz-kataro (morbo)
NazarethNazareth
notne {adv}
no morene plus
non-, un-, in-, im-, ir-, notne- {pref}
unapproachable, inaccessible (of persons, places)ne-acesebla
independencene-dependo
indeliblene-efacebla
not easyne-facila
indefatigeblene-fatigebla
movable, moveablene-fixa
ingratitude, thanklessnessne-gratitudo
dishonest, underhandne-honesta
dissatisfiedne-kontenta
directly (without intermediary)ne-mediate
immovablene-movebla
uncommon, unusualne-ordinara
odd, not even (of numbers)ne-para
imperfect (adj.)ne-perfekta
impossiblene-posibla
impurene-pura
useless, needlessne-utila
invalid (adj.)ne-valida
invisiblene-videbla
unjust, unfairne-yusta
to be foggynebular {imp} (meteor)
nebulanebuloso (astron)
necessarynecesa
NetherlandsNederlando (lando)
Dutchman, NetherlanderNederlandano
nephritisnefrito (morbo)
to deny, declare untruenegar {tr}
negative (math., fotog.)negativa
negative (n.)negativo
to neglectneglijar {tr}
negligeeneglijeo (vesto)
to arrange by negotiatingnegociar {tr}
negronegro
(nek ... nek) neither ... nornek {konj}
necrobiosisnekrobioso (patol)
obituarynekrologo
to practise necromancynekromanciar {ntr}
necromancynekromancio
necropolisnekropolo
necrosisnekroso (patol)
nectar (myth., bot., fig.)nektaro
nectarynektario (bot)
nectarinenektarino (frukto)
nematode, nematode worm, roundwormnematodo
nematoblastnemoblasto (biol)
water lilynenufaro (pl)
neophyteneofito
neologismneologismo
neonneono (elem)
neopreneneopreno (subs)
neovitalismneovitalismo (biol)
neovitalistneovitalisto
NepalNepal (lando)
Napierian, NaperianNeperala (matem)
Napier's bonesNeperala vergi (matem)
grandchildnepoto
great-grandchildpos-nepoto
nepotismnepotismo
Neptunian (geol.)Neptunala (geol)
nereid (myth.)Nereido (mitol)
nervenervo (anat)
(bird-)nest (also fig.)nesto
clean, spotless; (of price) net, nettneta
neurone, neuron, nerve cellneurono (biol)
neutral; neuterneutra
neutrinoneutrino (fizk)
neutronneutrono (fizk)
nephew; neice; (-ulo) nephew; (-ino) niecenevo
niecenevino
nephewnevulo
greatnephew, grandnephew; greatniece, grandniecepos-nevo
névé, firn, glacial snowneveo (geog)
neuralgianevralgio (morbo)
neuritisnevrito (morbo)
neurologynevrologio
neuropterous insectnevroptero (zool)
neurosisnevroso (morbo)
birthmark, naevusnevuso (biol)
burn mark (on the skin)nevuso flamea (biol)
we, usni {pron}
our, oursnia
niche, recess in wallnicho (arkit)
niello (ornament)nielo
love-in-a-mist, nigellanigelo (pl)
NigeriaNigeria (lando)
blacknigra
sea ducknigra anado (ucelo)
Black Sea, Euxine SeaNigra Maro (mar)
nonexistence, nullity, voidnihilo
NicaraguaNikaragua (lando)
nickelnikelo (elem)
niccolite, kupfernickel (copper-nickel mineral)nikelino (metalg)
nicotinenikotino (kem)
nyctitropicniktitropa (biol)
nyctitropismniktitropismo (biol)
nilgai, nilghau, nilgau, nylghaunilgavo (mamif)
nylonnilono (subs)
nimbus (cloud)nimbo (meteor)
nymphnimfo (mitol)
nirvana, Nirvananirvana» (filoz)
nitrogennitro (elem)
nitratenitrato (kem)
nitridenitrido (kem)
nitritenitrito (kem)
to snownivar {imp} (meteor)
level (horizontal plane), height (above or below)nivelo
snowdropniveolo (pl)
nix, water spritenixo (mitol)
no (opposite of yes)no
noble (by birth)nobela
noble (person)nobelo
noble (in character, morally)nobla
to harm, injurenocar {tr} [pri, pro, per]
notch, nick, dent, indentationnocho
notionnociono
knot (in string, etc; unit of speed)nodo
to be nightnoktar {imp}
it is nightnoktas
nightnokto
four-o'clock (plant), marvel-of-Perunokto-marvelo (pl)
chamberpotnokto-vazo
noctilucanoktiluko (zool)
little owlnoktuo (ucelo)
nocturne (music)nokturno (muz)
to name (say the name of)nomar {tr}
namenomo
to name (give a name to)nomizar {tr}
nomadicnomada
nomadnomado
number (indicating quantity; gram.)nombro (matem)
nomenclaturenomenklaturo
nominal (of price, value)nominala
nominalismnominalismo (filoz)
nominativenominativo (gram)
nomographynomografio (matem)
ninenon
nonillion (million raised to the ninth power)noniliono
nopal, cochineal plantnopalo (arb)
northnordo (geog)
norianorio (aparato)
normnormo
normalnormala
NormanNormando
NormandyNormandia (lando)
NorwayNorvegia (lando)
Norwegian (person)Norvegiano
nostalgianostalgio
nostocnostoko (bot)
to note down, set down in writingnotar {tr}
note (written; musical)noto
notary publicnotario
notice (instructive, informative), label (as on an exhibit)notico
well-knownnotora
newnova
New GuineaNova Guinea (lando)
New CaledoniaNova Kaledonia (lando)
Nova ScotiaNova Skotia (lando)
NewfoundlandNov-Lando (lando)
NewfoundlanderNov-Landano
New South WalesNov-Sud-Wals (lando)
New ZealandNov-Zelando (lando)
short storynovelo
Novembernovembro
novice, tyronovico
well!, now then!nu [!] {interj}
nuance (of tone, meaning, colour, etc.)nuanco
cloudnubo (meteor)
NubiaNubia (lando)
Nubian (n.)Nubiano
walnutnuco (frukto)
walnut treenuciero (arb)
nucellusnucelo (biol)
naked, bare, nudenuda
noodlenudlo
nougatnugato
napenuko (anat)
neck-covering (part of a helmet)nukumo
nucleus; kernel, stone, pitnukleo
nuclearnukleara (fizk)
nucleinnukleino (biol)
nucleolenukleolo (biol)
nucleoplasmnukleoplasmo (biol)
no (adj.), not anynula
nothingnulo
no-one, nobodynulu
nevernultempe
number (indicating order or succession (not quantity); e.g. the number of a house or room)numero (matem)
numerator (math.)numeratoro (matem)
numismaticsnumismatiko (cienco)
moneywortnumulario (pl)
nummulitenumulito (paleo)
nownun {adv}
current, present, of this timenuna
nuncionuncio (rel)
nuptial (zool.)nupciala (zool)
only (adv.)nur {adv}
solenura
to nutate (perform a nutation: astron., bot.)nutacar {ntr}
nutation (astron., bot.)nutaco
to nourish, feednutrar {tr}
nourishing, nutritiousnutriva
oro (= od) {konj}
either ... oro o (= od od) {konj}
oasisoaziso (geog)
obsceneobcena
to obeyobediar {tr}
obeliskobelisko
obeseobeza (patol)
to object to, adduce as an objection to or reason againstobjecionar {tr}
object (tangible or visible; focus of thought or feelings)objekto
objectivityobjektaleso
wafer (thin disc of adhesive material for sealing letters etc.)oblato
wafer (edible)obleo
to oblige (put under an obligation)obligar {tr}
debenture, bondobligaciono (financ)
oblique, slantingobliqua
to obliterate (blot out)obliterar {tr}
to forgetobliviar {tr}
oblongoblonga
obol (sixth part of a drachma); mite, groat, coin of little valueobolo
to beset; haunt, obsessobsedar {tr} (medic)
to observe, watch carefullyobservar {tr}
observatoryobservatorio
obsidianobsidiano (min)
obscure, dark, gloomy, dim, sombre, (US) somber; dark (of colour; US: color); not easily understood; unknown, inconspicuousobskura
obscurantismobskurantismo
obscurant (n.), obscurantistobskurantisto
obsoleteobsoleta
obstacle, hindrance, impediment (also fig.)obstaklo
obstetricsobstetriko (medic)
to be obstinateobstinar {ntr} [pri]
to block, obstruct (a way, a tube, etc.; also fig.)obstruktar {tr}
to obtain, getobtenar {tr} [de]
to obturateobturar {tr} [per] (tekn)
obturatorobturilo (tekn)
shell (weapon)obuso (armo)
oceanoceano (geog)
Oceanid (a daughter of Oceanus); (fig.) a sea-nymphOceanido (mitol)
OceaniaOceania (lando)
oceanographyoceanografio (cienco)
ocelotoceloto (mamif)
to be idle, be unoccupiedociar {ntr}
to slay, kill with violenceocidar {tr}
Occident, occidentocidento (geog)
to oscillateocilar {ntr}
swing (n.)ocililo
occiputocipito (anat)
occipital boneocipitala osto (anat)
to yawnocitar {ntr}
orod (= o) {konj}
either ... orod od (= o o) {konj}
odeodo
odalisque, odalisk, odaliqueodalisko
odeon (ancient Greek musical theatre), odeum (Roman odeon)odeon»
to hateodiar {tr}
odysseyodiseo
odontoblastodontoblasto (biol)
odontologyodontologio
to smell (have a smell or scent)odorar {ntr}
smell, scent, odour, (US) odorodoro
to offend (someone)ofensar {tr}
offertory (liturgy)ofertorio (litur)
office (position, function), post, dutyofico
to officiate: conduct a religious serviceoficiar {ntr} (rel)
officer (military, naval; of an order)oficiro (milit)
ophicleideofikleido (muzin)
ophite (rock)ofito (min)
to offer, profferofrar {tr} [ad]
offset (printing method)ofseto
repeated, frequentofta
oftenofte
ophthalmiaoftalmio (morbo)
ophthalmologyoftalmologio
ophthalmoscopeoftalmoskopo (instr)
ogiveogivo (arkit)
to ogleoglar {tr}
ogreogro
ohmohm»
-oid (scientific suffix)oid- {suf}
eightok
okapiokapio (mamif)
ocarinaokarino (muzin)
occasion, opportunityokaziono
ochre, (US) ocherokro (subs)
octahedronoktaedro (geom)
octant (eighth of a circle; instrument)oktanto
octave (mus., ch. festival, verse)oktavo
octillion (million raised to the eighth power)oktiliono
octo-, oct-, octa- (scientific prefix)okto-
Octoberoktobro
octagonoktogono (geom)
octopodoktopodo (zool)
eyeokulo (anat)
eyepiece, eyeglassokulalo
occultokulta
to occult (a star, etc.)okultacar {tr} (astron)
occultationokultaco (astron)
to occupyokupar {tr}
to occupy oneself, be busyokupar su
itol (= olu) {pron}
old (opposite of young)olda
oiloleo (subs)
to perceive by sense of smellolfaktar {tr}
they (those things)oli {pron}
their (of those things)olia
frankincense, olibanumolibano (subs)
oligarcholigarko
oligarchyoligarkio (polit)
oligoceneoligoceno (geol)
in former times, onceolim {adv}
OlympusOlimpo (mitol)
Olympiad (period of four years)olimpiado
oliveolivo (frukto)
olive treeoliviero (arb)
itolu {pron}
itsolua
OmanOman (lando)
shadow; shadeombro
ombrophilousombrofila (biol)
ombrophobicombrofoba (biol)
omentumomento (anat)
to omitomisar {tr}
omeletteomleto
all, every (collective sense)omna
all, everybody (collectively)omni
everythingomno
everyoneomnu
(horse-drawn) omnibusomnibuso (veturo)
omnivorousomnivora (biol)
one (someone), they (as used loosely)on (= onu) {pron}
onager, Asian wild ass; onager (mech.)onagro
to practise onanismonaniar {ntr}
wave, swell (of water; also fig.)ondo
onyxonixo (min)
uncle or auntonklo
auntonklino
uncleonklulo
onomatopoeiaonomatopeo
ontologyontologio
one (someone)onu (= on) {pron}
oniononyono (pl)
oocyteoocito (biol)
oogamousoogama (biol)
oogenesis, oogenyoogenezo (biol)
oogoniumoogonio (biol)
ooliteoolito (geol)
ooplasmooplasmo (biol)
oosphereoosfero (biol)
oosporeoosporo (biol)
(suffix with a distributive meaning. E.g. quar-op-e: in fours, four at a time)op- {suf}
opaqueopaka
opalopalo (min)
to opalesceopalecar {ntr}
operaopero
operettaopereto
to operate upon (in surgery, mathematics, finance, war)operacar {tr}
operculum (bot., anat., zool.)operkulo
opiateopiato (subs)
to opine, hold an opinionopinionar {ntr}
opiumopiumo (subs)
(multiplying suffix. E.g. du-opl-a: double; tri-opl-a: triple; tri-opl-e kin es-as dek-e-kin: three times five is fifteen)opl- {suf}
opodeldocopodeldoko (medkm)
to be necessary, to be requiredoportar {imp}
it is required, it is necessaryoportas
opportune, timelyoportuna
to put (someone or something) in opposition, set oppositeopozar {tr}
to oppressopresar {tr}
optativeoptativo (gram)
opticsoptiko (cienco)
optimismoptimismo
optometryoptometrio (cienco)
now, but (in argument)or {konj}
Gold CoastOra Rivo (lando)
goldoro (elem)
oracleoraklo
orang-utanorangutano (mamif)
orange (fruit)oranjo (frukto)
orange treeoranjiero (arb)
Orange River ColonyOranjia (lando)
oratororatoro
oratoriooratorio (muz)
orbit (curved path of planet etc; eye socket)orbito
holy orders, ordination (religious rite)ordo (ekl)
order (religion, chivalry, honorary, etc.)ordeno
to put in order, arrange (in proper order)ordinar {tr}
to ordain (confer holy orders upon)ordinacar {tr} (litur)
ordinary, commonordinara
ordinate (n.)ordinato (geom)
orderly (milit.)ordonanco (milit)
orderly (officer)ordonanc-oficiro (milit)
oread, mountain nymphoreado (mitol)
earorelo (anat)
ear-covering, ear-flaporelumo
mumpsoreliono (morbo)
orison, prayeroremus» (litur)
orphanorfano
organ (of an organised body); (fig.) instrument, meansorgano
to organise (furnish with organs)organizar {tr}
organdie, (US) organdy (fine muslin)organdio (stofo)
organicism (theory that every malady is due to damage to an organ)organicismo (medic)
organic (chem.)organika (kem)
organism (also fig.)organismo
organzine (silk yarn)organzino
orgasmorgasmo
organ (musical)orgeno (muzin)
barrel organ, ~hurdy-gurdyturn-orgeno (muzin)
orgyorgio
Orientoriento (geog)
to orient or orientate (also fig.)orientizar {tr}
orificeorifico
oriflammeoriflamo
originorigino
originaloriginala
orichalcorikalko (metalg)
aardvark, ant bear, giant anteaterorikteropo (mamif)
orioleoriolo (ucelo)
tinsel (thin, gold-like leaves)oripelo
orgeat (almond syrup)orjato (drnkj)
Orkney (Islands)Orkadi (lando)
orchestraorkestro (muz)
orchidorkideo (pl)
to hemorlar {tr}
to adorn, embellishornar {tr}
ornament (decoration, adornment)ornamento
ornithologyornitologio (cienco)
ornithopterornitoptero (aparato)
orographyorografio (geog)
orpimentorpimento
orchil, archil, orseille (lichen)orselo (pl)
right-angledorta (geom)
orthogonal, right-angledort-angula (geom)
orthocentre, (US) orthocenterortocentro (geom)
orthodoxortodoxa
orthogenesisortogenezo (biol)
orthographyortografio
orthochromaticortokroma (fot)
ortolanortolano (ucelo)
orthopaedics, orthopaedy, (US) orthopedics, orthopedyortopedio
orthopterous insect, orthopteronortoptero
slowworm, blindwormorveto (rept)
orvietanorvietano (medkm)
to osculate (geom.)oskular {tr} (geom)
osmiumosmio (elem)
osmosisosmoso
boneosto (anat)
monstrance, ostensoryostensorio (litur)
to show off, show (something) offostentar {tr/ntr} [pri; ulo]
osteoblastosteoblasto (biol)
osteologyosteologio
osteomaosteomo (patol)
osteopathyosteopatio
osteoplastyosteoplastio (kir)
osteotomyosteotomio (kir)
osteitisostito (patol)
oysterostro (animalo)
ostracismostracismo
OstrogothOstrogoto
otalgia, earacheotalgio (morbo)
otariid, animal of the family Otariidae (pinnipeds with external ears: fur seals & sea lions)otario (mamif)
otitisotito (morbo)
otolithotolito (zool)
otologyotologio
ottoman (seat)otomano (moblo)
common owlotuso (ucelo)
egg (from a bird, reptile, fish, etc.); (fig.) egg-shaped ornamentovo (zool)
eggs; hard roe (fish eggs)ovi (zool)
to give an ovation toovacionar {tr}
oval (adj.)ovala
oval (n.)ovalo
ovary (bot., zool.)ovario
oviparousovipara (zool)
ovogoniumovogonio (biol)
egg-shaped, ovoidovoida
ovoid (n.)ovoido (geom)
ovule (bot.); ovum, ovule, egg cell (zool.)ovulo
oxygenoxo (elem)
sorreloxalo (pl)
oxalateoxalato (kem)
oxalicoxalika (kem)
oxideoxido (kem)
oxydaseoxidazo (biokem)
oxygenoxigeno (elem)
(European) cranberry (fruit)oxikoko (frukto)
-ful, -ous (suffix denoting: full of, containing, ornamented with, having in itself. E.g. por-oz-a: porous; kuraj-oz-a: courageous; joy-oz-e: joyfully)oz- {suf}
willow, osieroziero (arb)
ozoneozono (kem)
to be at peacepacar {ntr}
peacepaco
patchouli, patchouly (shrub; perfume)pachulio
patient (adj.)pacienta
Pacific (adj.)Pacifika (mar)
Pacific (ocean)Pacifiko (mar)
pad, paddingpado
frying panpadelo
padishahpadishah»
padlockpadloko
to shoot (a bullet etc., with a firearm)pafar {tr/ntr}
PaphlagoniaPaflagonia (lando)
to pay (someone or something), pay for (something; also fig.)pagar {tr} [ulu ye ulo, ulo ad ulu]
paganpagano
paddle (as for a canoe)pagayo
page (of a book, etc.)pagino
pagodapagodo
page (boy); jack, knave (at cards)pajo
bundle, package, parcelpako
large bundle, balepakego
packet, small bundlepaketo
packet-boat, packet-shippaketboto (batelo)
pachydermpakidermo (zool)
seaman's goods carried free of freightagepakotilio (nav)
to make a pactpaktar {ntr} [kun]
pale, pallidpala
palacepalaco
palladiumpalado (elem)
palladium (statue & fig.)paladio
paladin; (fig.) knight-errantpaladino
palanquinpalankino
palatepalato (anat)
palatal bonepalatala osto
palatal (sound); palatal bonepalatalo
velum (soft palate)palatvelo
palatine (noble)palateno
the PalatinatePalatenio (lando)
palatine (fur tippet)palatino (vesto)
palaeography, (US) paleographypaleografio
palaeontology, (US) paleontologypaleontologio (cienco)
palaeozoology, (US) paleozoologypaleozoologio
PalestinePalestina (lando)
palaestra, palestrapalestro
blade (of an oar); paddle (of paddle wheel or water wheel)paleto (tekn)
strawpalio
to palliate (med.); mitigate, alleviate (generally); extenuate (a fault)paliatar {tr}
palliativepaliativa, -o (medic)
palimpsestpalimpsesto
palinodepalinodio
stake, pale, postpaliso
palisade (defensive fence; biol.)palisado
rosewoodpalisandro (ligno)
pallium (garment)paliumo
palm (of the hand); branch (of a palm tree)palmo
palmette (ornament)palmeto (arkit)
palm treepalmiero (arb)
palmate (web-footed)palmata (zool)
palmiped, palmipede (n.)palmipedo
to feel (by touch), feel aboutpalpar {tr}
eyelidpalpebro (anat)
to wink, blinkpalpebragar {ntr}
to palpitate, throb; (fig.) flutter, tremblepalpitar {ntr}
paletot, loose overcoat (garment)paltoto (vesto)
wood pigeon, ringdovepalumbo (ucelo)
PamphyliaPamfilia (lando)
satirical tract, brochure mocking a person or institutionpamfleto
vine branch with foliage and fruit; (arch., art) ornament imitating a vine branchpampro
breadpano
panacea, cure-all, universal remedypanaceo (medkm)
PanamaPanama (lando)
whitlowpanariso (morbo)
paunch (of a ruminant); (fig.) paunch, belly (of a person)pancho (zool)
pandapando (mamif)
pandour, pandoor (soldier); (fig.) marauderpanduro (milit)
to cease functioning, break downpanear {ntr}
panegyric, eulogy, eulogiumpanegiro
panel, wainscot (arch.); panel (a flat section of a considerable size of a garment, wall or other surface)panelo
wainscotting, panelling (collectively)panelaro (arkit)
pangen, pangenepangeno (biol)
pangenesispangenezo (biol)
pangolin, scaly anteaterpangolino (mamif)
loin cloth, waistcloth (worn by natives of the tropics)panio (vesto)
to panicpanikar {ntr}
panic, sudden frightpaniko
pannicle, panniculuspaniklo (anat)
paniclepanikulo (bot)
pancratiumpankraco
pancreaspankreato (anat)
pancreatitispankreatito (morbo)
panmixia, panmixispanmixio (biol)
PannoniaPanonia (lando)
panorama (lit. & fig.)panoramo
to dress (wounds)pansar {tr} (medic)
pansy (plant)panseo (pl)
(long) trousers, (US) pantspantalono (vesto)
trouser flappantalon-fenduro (vesto)
pantheismpanteismo
patheistpanteisto
panther, leopardpantero (mamif)
slipper (for foot)pantoflo (vesto)
pantograph (drawing instrument)pantografo (aparato)
pantometer: instrument for measuring angles, distances and heightspantometro (instr)
pantomime (play or entertainment in mime, with gestures but not speech), dumb-showpantomimo
popepapo (rel)
daddy, dad, papa, poppapa
parrotpapagayo (ucelo)
poppy (plant of the genus Papaver)papavero (pl)
corn poppy, red poppypapavereto (pl)
papaya, pawpaw (fruit; papaya, not papaw)papayo (frukto)
papaya treepapayiero (arb)
paperpapero
paper conepaper-korno
papier-mâché, paper-mâchépaper-pasto
papilla (anat., bot.)papilo
butterfly; mothpapiliono (insekto)
papyrus (paper-reed; writing material)papiro
pap (as for infants); pulp (for paper)paplo
paprikapapriko (pl)
papule, papula, pimplepapulo (patol)
even (i.e. not odd)para (matem)
pair, couple (of animals, or objects of like nature), braceparo
(prefix used especially with verbal roots, denoting completeness or thoroughness. E.g. par-lern-ar: to learn thoroughly; par-lern-ar: to read completely)par- {pref}
(prefix denoting protection against, something to ward off. E.g. para-fair-o: fire-guard; para-vent-o: windshield)para- {pref}
umbrellaparapluvo
parable; parabolaparabolo
paraboloidparaboloido (geom)
to parade (as troops or like troops)paradar {ntr} (milit)
paradigmparadigmo (gram)
paradise (lit. & fig.)paradizo
bird of paradiseparadiz-ucelo (ucelo)
paradoxparadoxo
paraph (flourish or mark distinguishing a signature); initials used in place of a signatureparafo
paraffin (wax)parafino (subs)
to paraphraseparafrazar {tr}
paragraphparagrafo
ParaguayParaguay (lando)
parallaxparalaxo (astron)
parallel (adj.)paralela (geom)
parallel (line)paralelo (geom)
circle of latitudeparalela cirklo
parallelepiped, paralellepipedonparalelepipedo (geom)
paralellogramparalelogramo (geom)
paralininparalilino (biol)
to paralyse (also fig.)paralizar {tr}
paralogismparalogismo (log)
turned-up end of the sleeve of a coat or gown, turned cuffparamento (vesto)
parameterparametro (matem)
paramitomparamitomo (biol)
paranymphparanimfo
paranoiaparanoyo (psik)
paranucleinparanukleino (biol)
paranucleolusparanukleolo (biol)
parapetparapeto (arkit)
parachuteparashuto (aparato)
parasiticparazita
parasite (lit. & fig.)parazito (biol)
parasitologyparazitologio (cienco)
Parca: one of the three FatesParco (mitol)
parcel (of land)parcelo
to forgive, pardon (someone about something, or something done by someone)pardonar {tr} [ulo ad ulu, ulu pri ulo]
to parryparear {tr}
parenchyma (anat., bot.)parenkimo
of the same family, relatedparenta
parenthesis (sign and phrase), bracketparentezo
paresisparezio (medic)
perfumeparfumo (subs)
parhelionparhelio (astron)
to betpariar {tr} [pri, por, kontre] (pek)
pariah, outcastparia»
(dividing) wall, partition; septum (anat., bot.)parieto
parietal bonepariet-ala osto, -alo (anat)
wall pellitoryparietario (pl)
ParisParis
Parisian (n.)Parisano
parisyllabicparisilabika (ling)
park (n.)parko
parliamentparlamento (polit)
to parley, confer with an enemyparlementar {ntr}
ParnassusParnaso
to parodyparodiar {tr}
parish priest, rectorparoko
to speak, talkparolar {ntr} [pri]
ferry (boat)paromo (batelo)
paronymousparonima (gram)
paronymparonimo (gram)
paronomasia, paronomasyparonomazio (retor)
parotid (gland)parotido (anat)
parotiditis, parotitisparotidito (morbo)
paroxysm, fit, sudden attack (med.)paroxismo (patol)
parquet, parquetryparqueto (arkit)
parsecparseko (mez)
Parthian (n.)Parto
part, portion; part (in games, music etc)parto
to take part (in)partoprenar {tr}
partner (dance, sports, etc.)partenero
parthenogenesispartenogenezo (biol)
parthenocarpypartenokarpio (biol)
stalls (of a theatre)partero (teatro)
ParthiaPartia (lando)
party (for amusement, hunting, etc.)partio
score (music)particiono (muz)
participleparticipo (gram)
particle (grammar; physics)partikulo
particular, special, peculiar, specificpartikulara
party (in law-suit, politics, and the like)partiso
partitive (adj.: gram.)partitiva (gram)
partitive (n.)partitivo (gram)
partisan (weapon)partizano (armo)
to bear (a child), give birth toparturar {tr}
tit, titmouse (bird)paruo (ucelo)
parulis, gumboilparuliso (patol)
upstart, parvenu(e)parvenuo
pass (through, above, etc.), pass (one's life, time etc.)pasar {tr/ntr}
passable, fair, middling, mediocrepasabla
rather, fairly, passably, pretty (adv.), tolerablypasable
to be a passenger (on a ship)pasajar {ntr}
handrailpasamano (arkit)
sparrowpasero (ucelo)
pashapasha»
passionflowerpasifloro (pl)
passionpasiono
passivepasiva
passive voice (gram.); debt (owed to another), liability (comm.)pasivo
Easter; Passoverpasko
passement, passment, passamentpasmento
edging (narrow strip of material on clothing, esp. military)paspelo
passportpasporto
paste (any soft composition); dough (cooking)pasto (subs)
pastel; crayonpastelo
pastern (part of a horse)pasterno (zool)
pie, pastypasteto
to pasteurisepasteurisar {tr}
pastille, pastilpastilo
parsnippastinako (pl)
shepherd; minister, pastorpastoro
pastoralpastorala
pastoral (drama, poem)pastor-dramato, kanto
shepherd's-pursepastor-burso (pl)
to graze (eat, feed on), pasture (graze)pasturar {tr/ntr}
to stalemate, produce a stalemate (chess)patar {} (lud)
PatagoniaPatagonia (lando)
Patagonian (n.)Patagoniano
sweet potatopatato (pl)
kneecappatelo (anat)
patenpateno
patent (of an invention)patento (yuro)
curtain peg, curtain hookpatero
pathetic, heart-rendingpatetika
gallows (in a form with two posts)patibulo
patinapatino
pathogenicpatogena (patol)
pathogenesispatogenezo (patol)
pathologypatologio (cienco)
pathospatoso
father (also fig. & as a title)patro
fatherlandpatrio
patriarchpatriarko
patrician (adj.)patrica
patrician (n.)patrico
inheritance, patrimonypatrimonio
patriot (adj.)patriota
patristicspatristiko
to go on patrolpatroliar {ntr}
patrolpatrolio
patrologypatrologio
patron, supporter, protectorpatrono
pauperismpauperismo
to pausepauzar {ntr}
paving stone, cobble(stone)pavo
pavane, pavan (dance)pavano (danso)
pavilion (building or tent with high roof)paviliono
floor (not storey)pavimento (arkit)
peacockpavono (ucelo)
to strut (like a peacock), posepavonumar {ntr}
to be afraid (instinctively or emotionally), be afraid of, be in fear ofpavorar {tr/ntr}
to step, stridepazar {ntr}
step, pacepazo
to trip along, take short stepspazetar
pasigraphypazigrafio
paean (hymn or song), (US) peanpeano (kanto)
piece; lump (e.g. of sugar)peco
peccavipeccavi» (rel)
pitch (substance)pecho (subs)
foot (anat. & fig.); paw; foot (of verse)pedo
biped, bipedalbi-peda
pedal, treadlepedalo
toeped-fingro
to kickped-frapar {tr}
pedagoguepedagogo
pedagogypedagogio (cienco)
pedantpedanto
paederast, (US) pederastpederasto
(GB) paediatrics, (US) pediatricspediatrio
pedicel, stipe, stem, stalk (bot., anat.)pedikulo
pediculosis, lousinesspedikuloso (patol)
stalk (of a flower)pedunklo
woodpeckerpego (ucelo)
Pegasus (myth., astron.)pegazo (mitol)
Pegasus: (myth.) winged horse; (astr.) constellationPegazo
landscape, scenery (natural or artistic)peizajo
pejorativepejorativa
to sin; (fig.) transgress, offendpekar {ntr}
peccarypekario (mamif)
Peking, Pekin (type of silk)pekino (stofo)
to comb (hair); card (wool, etc.)pektar {tr}
pectinpektino (biokem)
chest, breastpektoro (anat)
pectoral (muscle)pektoralo (anat)
pectosepektoso (biokem)
money, cashpekunio (pek)
skin; hide (on the body)pelo (anat)
pelagicpelagika (biol)
pellagrapelagro (morbo)
pelargoniumpelargonio (pl)
pelerine: woman's tippet or capepelerino (vesto)
pelicanpelikano (ucelo)
film (thin coating or layer)pelikulo
pelissepeliso (vesto)
pell-mell, hurly-burly, hubbubpelmelo
peloria, pelorism, pelorypelorio (biol)
ball (formed of thread, silk, etc. wound round)peloto
platoonpelotono (milit)
pelvispelvo (anat)
pemmicanpemikano
to take trouble, take pains (to do something)penar {ntr}
panache (of feathers)penacho
penates, household gods (antiq.)penati
to hang, hang up, hang down, suspend, danglependar {tr/ntr}
pendentivependentivo (arkit)
pendulumpendulo (aparato)
to penetrate, pierce (also fig.)penetrar {tr/ntr}
penicillinpenicilino (medkm)
peninsulapeninsulo (geog)
penispeniso (anat)
to do penancepenitencar {ntr} (rel)
to think, think (something)pensar {tr/ntr}
to pay (someone) regularly (for maintenance money, board and lodging, etc.), pensionpensionar {tr} (pek)
pensionerpensionato
(downward) slope, inclinepento
pentahedronpentaedro (geom)
pentagonpentagono (geom)
pentagram, five-pointed pentagonpentagramo (geom)
pentameterpentametro (verso)
pentarch (ruler)pentarko (polit)
pentathlonpentatlo (sporto)
Pentecost, Whitsundaypentekosto
peonypeonio (pl)
nugget (esp. of silver or gold)pepito (min)
pepsinpepsino (biokem)
peptidepeptido (kem)
peptonepeptono (biokem)
by means of, by, with (some means); (arith.) multiplied byper {prep}
through the fact thatper ke
peerpero
to perceiveperceptar {tr}
perception (perceiving)percepto
to perch, roostperchar {ntr}
to lose (something), lose outperdar {tr}
partridgeperdriko (ucelo)
perennialperena (bot)
perfectperfekta
perfect (gram.)perfekto (gram)
treacherous, disloyalperfida
to perforateperforar {tr}
parchmentpergameno
perianthperianto (bot)
periphery, circumference (boundary line or surface)periferio
to periphrase, say with circumlocutionperifrazar {tr}
periphrasis, periphrase, circumlocutionperifrazo
perigeeperigeo (astron)
perihelionperihelio (astron)
pericardiumperikardio (anat)
pericarp, seed vesselperikarpo (bot)
perimeterperimetro
perineumperineo (anat)
period (portion of time)periodo
periodicalperiodala
periodicityperiodaleso
periosteumperiosto (anat)
periostitisperiostito (morbo)
peripatetic (Aristotelian)peripatetika (filoz)
peripatetic (Aristotelian)peripatetiko
peripetia, sudden turn of fortune, vicissitude; (theat.) denouementperipecio
periplus, circumnavigationperiplo (hist)
to perishperisar {ntr}
periscopeperiskopo
peristalticperistalta (fiziol)
peristyleperistilo
peritoneum, peritonaeumperitoneo (anat)
peritonitisperitonito (morbo)
to perjure oneselfperjurar {ntr} (yuro)
perch (fish)perko (fisho)
percaleperkalo (stofo)
percalineperkalino (stofo)
to percuss (also med.)perkutar {tr}
hammer, bolt (of a gun)perkutilo
percussion instrument (mus.)perkutinstrumento (muzin)
pearlperlo
imitation pearlartificala perlo, falsa perlo
mother-of-pearlperlomatro
permalloypermaloyo (metalg)
to be permanent, exist indefinitelypermanar {ntr}
to permeatepermear {tr}
permeable (that can be permeated)permeebla
to permit, allow (something to someone)permisar {tr} [ulo ad ulu]
to transpose, interchangepermutar {tr}
perron (building's external flight of steps)perono (arkit)
fibula (bone), peroneperoneo (anat)
peroration (conclusion of a speech)peroraciono (retor)
peroxideperoxido (kem)
peroxidaseperoxidazo (biol)
perpendicularperpendikla (geom)
perpetualperpetua
perplexed, puzzledperplexa
to make a judicial search or enquiry (also fig. of a severe or exact search)perquizitar {tr}
perquisition (judicial search or enquiry); (fig.) vigorous searchperquizito
search-warrantperquizito-mandato
Persian (ancient)Perso
to persecutepersekutar {tr}
to pursue; (in law) prosecutepersequar {tr} (yuro)
to persevereperseverar {ntr}
PersiaPersia (lando)
Persian (person)Persiano
persiennes, Persian blindspersieno
peachpersiko (frukto)
peach treepersikiero (arb)
persicaria (species of knotgrass)persikario (pl)
to persist, stay resolutepersistar {ntr}
person (also gram.)persono
perspective (adj.)perspektiva
to persuadepersuadar {tr}
to unsettle, disturbperturbar {tr}
PeruPeru (lando)
Peruvian (n.)Peruano
parakeet, paroquetperucho (ucelo)
wigperuko (vesto)
perverseperversa
periwinklepervinko (pl)
pessary (surg.)pesario (kir)
pesetapeseta» (pek)
pessimismpesimismo
pessimistpesimisto
to fish, angle (also fig.); take out (fish, coral, pearl)peskar {tr/ntr}
pestilence, plague; (fig.) bane, scourgepesto (morbo)
petalpetalo (bot)
petardpetardo (armo)
firecracker, cracker (firework)petardeto
to present a petitionpeticionar {ntr} [pri ulo, ad ulu]
stalk (of a leaf), petiolepetiolo (bot)
scalloppetonklo (animalo)
stone (material)petro (min)
rough stone, quarry stonekruda petro
storm petrelpetrelo (ucelo)
to kneadpetrisar {tr}
petrographypetrografio (cienco)
petroleum, rock-oilpetrolo (subs)
petrologypetrologio (cienco)
parsleypetroselo (pl)
to be boisterouspetular {ntr}
petuniapetunio (pl)
to weigh (have a certain weight)pezar {ntr}
pfennigpfennig» (pek)
"Pfund" (German pound weight)pfund» (mez)
pious, devoutpia
to piaffe, perform a piafferpiafar {ntr}
pia materpiamatro (anat)
pianopiano (muzin)
grand pianopiano horizontala (muzin)
upright pianopiano vertikala (muzin)
spruce (tree)piceo (arb)
pitch-pine (wood)pichpino (arb)
pedestalpiedestalo
PiedmontPiemont (lando)
Piedmontese (person)Piemontano
pierid, pieridine butterflypierido (insekto)
pietismpietismo (rel)
pietistpietisto (rel)
magpiepigo (ucelo)
Montagu's harrierpigargo (ucelo)
pygmy, pigmy; (fig.) person without talent, merit or powerpigmeo
pigment (that which gives colour to animal or vegetable tissues)pigmento (biol)
pyjamas, (US) pajamaspijamo (vesto)
to prick, prod (with something pointed)pikar {tr}
picadorpikadoro
PicardyPikardia (lando)
piqué (fabric)pikeo (stofo)
picket (of soldiers); piquet (card game)piketo
pickle, something preserved in spice and/or vinegarpiklo
to picnicpiknikar {ntr}
pick, pickaxe (with a single point)pikono
to paint (pictures)piktar {tr} (arto)
painting, (painted) picturepikturo (arto)
green woodpeckerpikverdo (ucelo)
hair (other than that on the top of a person's head); bristlepilo (anat)
hair rootpilo-bulbo (anat)
pilasterpilastro (arkit)
to go on a pilgrimagepilgrimar {ntr} (rel)
cell (electric), 'battery'pilio (elek)
pylonpilono (arkit)
pyloruspiloro (anat)
pillorypilorio
to pillorypiloriagar {tr}
to pilotpilotar {tr}
pillpilulo (farm)
pimento, allspicepimento
plant of the genus Pimpinella (such as anise and burnet saxifrage)pimpinelo (pl)
pine (tree)pino (arb)
pinnacle (archit.)pinaklo (arkit)
pinaster, maritime pine, cluster pinepinastro (arb)
~tongs, ~pincers (without a hinge); claw, pincer (of an animal)pinco
fire tongs; clamppincego
tweezerspinceto
to pinch, nippinchar {tr}
pineal (anat.)pineala (anat)
pineal glandpinealo (anat)
pinpinglo
penguinpinguino (ucelo)
umbrella pine, stone pine, nut pinepinio (arb)
pinion (cogwheel)piniono (mek)
brush (for painting)pinselo
point, sharp endpinto
whip-lash, lash of a whippinto di flogilo
pintado (bird), guinea fowlpintado (ucelo)
pick, pickaxe (double-pointed)piocho
pawn (chess); man (draughts)piono (lud)
pioneerpioniro
pipe (for smoking)pipo
pipettepipeto
to chirp (of a bird)pipiar {ntr}
pipitpipito (ucelo)
pepperpipro
pepper-vine (Piper nigrum)pipriero (pl)
to have the pip or roup (of poultry)pipsar {ntr} (morbo)
roup, pip (poultry disease)pipso
pike (weapon); spade (playing cards)piquo
pearpiro (frukto)
pear treepiriero (arb)
pyramidpiramido
piratepirato
PyreneesPirenei (mont)
pyrethrum (plant of the former genus Pyrethrum), ~feverfewpiretro (pl)
pyrrhic (ancient Greek war dance; foot of two short syllables)piriko
pyrites, pyritepirito (min)
dugout, dugout canoepirogo (batelo)
pyrogallol, pyrogallic acidpirogalo (kem)
to pyrograph, engrave on wood with a hot pointpirograbar {tr} (arto)
pyrography, poker-work (art)pirograbo
pyrography, poker-work (work produced)pirograburo
golden oriole, loriotpirolo (ucelo)
pyrometerpirometro
PyrrhonismPironismo (filoz)
PyrrhonistPironisto
pyrosis, water brashpiroso (morbo)
pyrotechnic display, fireworks (display)pirotekno
pyrotechnics (art)pirotekno-arto (arto)
fireworkpiroteknajo
pyroxilin, guncottonpiroxilo (kem)
to pirouette; whirl (of horses)piruetar {ntr} (danso)
to pound, crush (with a pestle)pistar {tr}
pestlepistilo
pistachio (nut)pistacho
pistachio treepistachiero (arb)
pistilpistilo (bot)
pistolpistolo (armo)
pistonpistono (mek)
Pythagoreanpitagorala
Pythia (priestess of Apollo)pitio
pythonpitono
pythonesspitoniso
picturesquepitoreska
phlegm (substance)pituito (patol)
pivot (also fig.)pivoto (mek)
pea (seed)pizo
square (in a town), place, piazzaplaco
placebo (med.)placebo (medic)
placenta (anat., bot.)placento
placentationplacentaciono (biol)
plate (dish to eat off)plado
platter, large platepladego
ceilingplafono (arkit)
sore (injury); (fig.) plague, scourgeplago (medic)
beachplajo
to plagiariseplajiar {tr}
plate, sheet, slabplako
flat (straight in all directions), plane (not curved or undulating; of a surface, figure or angle)plana
plane (geom.); plane (aeron.)plano
inclined planeplano inklinita (geom)
plainsong, plainchantplan-kanto (muz)
sole (of foot)plando (anat)
planetplaneto (astron)
planimeterplanimetro (instr)
planimetryplanimetrio
planisphereplanisfero (geog)
plank, boardplanko
small board; (painter's) paletteplanketo
planktonplanktono (biol)
plant (bot.)planto (bot)
to plant (set in the ground for growth)plantacar {tr}
plantainplantago (pl)
plantigrade (adj.)plantigrada
plantigrade (n.)plantigrado (mamif)
orderly (soldier)plantono (milit)
place (for a person or thing), space for oneplaso
plasma, plasm (fluid)plasmo (biol)
plasmodesmplasmodesmo (biol)
plasmodium (sporozoan)plasmodio (biol)
plasmodieresisplasmodierezo (biol)
plasmolysisplasmolizo (biol)
plasmosomeplasmosomo (biol)
plasomeplasomo (biol)
plastidplastido (biol)
plastiduleplastidulo (biol)
plasticplastika
plastic artplastik-arto
modelling clay; Plasticine{R}plastilino (subs)
plastinplastino (biol)
plaster (a mixture of lime, sand and water), plasterworkplastro (subs)
plastron (breast-plate; breast-pad; shirt-bosom, shirt-front)plastrono
flat (lacking prominences), even (of a surface), level; (fig.) dull, insipid, without characterplata
flatnessplateso
to flattenplatigar
plane tree, platanplatano (arb)
platenplateno (mek)
platform (horizontal surface or structure)platformo (arkit)
platinumplatino (elem)
PlatonicPlatonala
PlatonismPlatonismo
PlatonistPlatonisto
to break, beat against, splash (of liquids, of waves)plaudar {tr/ntr}
to play (a musical instrument, role in a play, etc)plear {tr} (muz)
plebeianplebeyo
plebiscite, referendumplebicito (polit)
to pleadpledar {ntr}
to plait, weave (straw etc)plektar {tr}
plectrumplektro (muz)
fullplena [de]
to complain; (jur.) lodge a complaintplendar {ntr} [pri]
plenipotence, plenipotencyplenipotenco (yuro)
plenipotentiary (person)plenipotenciero
pleiomorphpleomorfa (biol)
pleonasmpleonasmo
plesiosaurplesiosauro (paleo)
traypleto
plethora (med. & fig.)pletoro
flat fish such as brill and flounderpleuronekto (fisho)
pleuronectid, fish of the family Pleuronectidae (such as plaice)pleuronektoido (fisho)
pleura (membrane)plevro (anat)
pleurisyplevrito (morbo)
plexusplexo (anat)
daughter of Atlas, Pleiades star; (fig.) pleiad, distinguished group of authorspleyado
to please, be pleasing, be agreeableplezar {tr/ntr} [ad, per, pro; ulu]
pleasureplezuro
plica (disease of the hair), plica Polonicapliko (morbo)
plinthplinto (arkit)
Plioceneplioceno
to pleatplisar {tr}
lead (metal)plombo (elem)
to cry, weepplorar {ntr}
ploverploviero (ucelo)
more (before an adj. or adv.)plu {adv}
moreover, besidesplue
to ploughplugar {tr}
feather, plume; pen (for writing), quillplumo
thump, slap, bang!plump [!]
unweildy, unmanageable (from bulk or weight); dull-witted (of persons)plumpa
to dive, plungeplunjar {ntr}
severalplura
plural (gram.)pluralo
pluricellularpluricelula (biol)
further(more), in addition; plus (arith.)plus
additional, extraplusa
further, in additionpluse
plush (fabric)plusho (stofo)
pluperfectplusquamperfekto (gram)
plutocracyplutokratio (polit)
Plutonic (geol.)Plutonala (geol)
plutoniumplutonio (elem)
to rainpluvar {imp} (meteor)
rainbowpluv-arko
gutterpluv-kanalo
spout (which drips from above)pluv-tubulo
pluvial (priest's cope)pluvialo (litur)
pluviometer, rain-gaugepluviometro
pneumatic (of a machine, pump, etc.)pneumatika (mek)
pneumococcuspneumokoko
for, at the price of, in exchange for; perpo {prep}
medical draught or potionpociono (medkm)
podagra (gout in the feet)podagro (morbo)
podoidpodoido (matem)
PodoliaPodolia (lando)
Podolian (n.)Podoliano
poempoemo (poez)
poetpoeto
poetics, art of poetrypoetiko
poetrypoezio (poez)
pogrompogromo
poikilothermalpoikiloterma (zool)
poinsettiapoinsetio (pl)
few, littlepoka
little by little, bit by bit, by degreespokope
pole (geom., astr., geog., magnetic)polo
polar (math., phys.)polara (matem)
polarity (math., phys.)polareso
to polarise (math.), (US) polarize (math.)polarigar
polar (math.)polaro
polarimeterpolarimetro
polarise (physics)polarizar {tr} (fizk)
to carry on a controversypolemikar {ntr} [kun ulu, kontre ulu]
pollenpoleno (bot)
thumbpolexo (anat)
poly-, multi-poli- {pref} (cienco)
polyandrouspoliandra
polyandrypoliandreso
maintenance of public order and security, policingpolico
polydactyl (adj.)polidaktila (biol)
polyhedronpoliedro (geom)
polyembryonalpoliembriona (biol)
polyesterpoliestero
polyphyleticpolifiletika (biol)
polyphonypolifonio (muz)
polygamouspoligama (sociol)
polyglotpoliglota (ling)
polygon; polygonum (knotgrass etc.)poligono
multigraph, polygraph (apparatus for making multiple copies of a writing)poligrafo
art of operating a polygraphpoligrafio (cienco)
polychrome (adj.), many-coloured, (US) many-coloredpolikroma (koloro)
polylemma, predicamentpolilemo (filoz)
polymathy, varied learningpolimatio
polymerpolimero (kem)
polymorphic, polymorphouspolimorfa (cienco)
PolynesiaPolinezia (lando)
Polynesian (n.)Polineziano
polynomialpolinomio (matem)
polynuclearpolinuklea (biol)
poliomyelitispoliomielito (morbo)
polyp (zool.); polypus (pat.)polipo
polyporuspoliporo (fungo)
polypropylenepolipropileno (kem)
to polishpolisar {tr}
polystyrenepolistireno (kem)
polite, civil (in manner)polita
polytheismpoliteismo (rel)
polytheistpoliteisto (rel)
arts and craftspolitekniko
polytechnic (adj.)politeknikala
politics, public policypolitiko (polit)
polyurethanepoliuretano (kem)
to dance the polkapolkar {ntr} (danso)
polhodepolodo (geom)
poloidpoloido (matem)
PolePolono
polonaise (dance)polonezo (danso)
PolandPolonia (lando)
poloniumpolonio (elem)
octopuspolpo (animalo)
padding, stuffing (of hair, wool, etc.)polstero
cowardly, dastardlypoltrona
cowardpoltrono
to pollute; (fig.) defilepolutar {tr}
dust, powderpolvo (subs)
applepomo (frukto)
apple treepomiero (arb)
pomadepomado
pommel (on a saddle, sword, etc.)pomelo
spitz, Pomeranian (dog)pomer-hundo (mamif)
PomeraniaPomerania (lando)
Pomeranian (native of Pomerania)Pomeraniano
pomp, ceremonial splendourpompo
shaddock (fruit), pomelo (not US), pummelo, pompelmous, pompoleonpompelmuso (frukto)
pompon, pompompompono
to weigh (something); (fig.) ponderponderar {tr}
weighing scaleponderilo
ponyponeo (mamif)
daggerponiardo (armo)
bright poppy redponsa
bridge; culvert; gangplank, gangway (nav.)ponto
pontiff; high priest; pontifexpontifiko (rel)
pontoon (structure)pontono
cuff (of a sleeve)ponyeto (vesto)
Russian or Greek priestpopo (rel)
poplarpoplo (arb)
poplinpoplino (stofo)
ham (back of the knee or thigh); ham (animal's thigh), hockpoplito (anat)
people (of a town, country etc), populationpopulo
popularpopulara
medley, miscellanypopurito
for, on behalf ofpor {prep}
so that, in order thatpor ke
pore (also fig.)poro
porcelainporcelano
share, portion, rationporciono
door; gate; doorwaypordo (arkit)
large door, portalpordego (arkit)
portal veinpordo-veino (anat)
leekporelo (pl)
porphyryporfiro (min)
porism (geom.)porismo (matem)
pigporko (mamif)
porcupineporkespino (mamif)
pornographicpornografa
pornographerpornografo
pornographypornografio
to carry, bear, take, bring (of person, vehicle, wind, water etc); wear (clothes, watch etc)portar {tr}
portalportalo (arkit)
portal veinportaveino (anat)
range, reach (of a gun, voice etc)porteo
portfolio (case to hold loose papers)portfolio
portico (covered space enclosed by columns at entrance of a building), porchportiko (arkit)
Puerto RicoPorto-Riko (lando)
portraitportreto
port (sea or air), harbour, (US) harborportuo
PortugalPortugal (lando)
Portuguese (person)Portugalano
portulaca, purslane, pussley, pigweedportulako (pl)
after (in time)pos {prep}
afterwardspose
after (conj.)pos ke
afternoonposdimezo
(on) the day after tomorrowposmorge
to possessposedar {tr}
pocketposho (vestl)
possibleposibla
Posen (province)Posnia (lando)
native of Posen (province)Posniano
postal service, post, mailposto
post, position, station, place to guardposteno
postern (small gate under a rampart)posterno
small casement in a door or window; blind (of a carriage)postigo
postilion, postillionpostiliono
postposition (word)postpoziciono (gram)
to demand, require, exact (something from someone)postular {tr} [de]
postulatepostulato
posthumouspostuma
to pose, postureposturar {ntr}
pot, jug, pan (for holding something or for cooking)poto
potashpotaso (kem)
potatopotato (pl)
power (math.)potenco (matem)
potentialpotenciala (fizk)
potential (all senses)potencialo
potentiometerpotenciometro
powerful, potent, mightypotenta
potentatepotento
pound (sterling)pound»
to be able (to do something)povar {tr/ntr}
power, abilitypovo
poor, needypovra
to place, put, set, lay down (lit. & fig.)pozar {tr}
position (military or strategical)poziciono
positive (math., elec., philos., gram.)pozitiva
positivism (philos.)pozitivismo (filoz)
positivist (philos.)pozitivisto
pozzolana, pozzuolanapozolano (subs)
reality, factualitypragmato (filoz)
pragmatic, matter-of-fact, down-to-earth, realisticpragmatala
pragmatismpragmatismo (filoz)
pragmatistpragmatisto
to practise, (US) practice, put in practice, exercise; observe (a rule etc)praktikar {tr}
pralinepralino
pram, praam (flat-bottomed Baltic or Dutch boat)pramo (batelo)
meadowprato
pre- (prefix denoting: before in time, earlier. E.g. pre-dic-ar: to predict; pre-exist-ar: to pre-exist; pre-av-in-o: great-grandmother; pre-hier-e: (on) the daypre- {pref}
to predict, foretell, prophesypredicar {tr}
(on) the day before yesterdayprehiere
to precede, go beforepreirar
prematureprematura
to prevailprevalorar
to foreseeprevidar
prebendprebendo (ekl)
prebendary (beneficiary of a prebend)prebendiero (rel)
price, charge (lit. & fig.)preco (pek)
to precede (take precedence over)precedar {tr}
precedentprecedento
preceptprecepto
tutor, instructorpreceptoro
precession (of the equinoxes)precesiono (astron)
precipice; (fig.) dangerprecipiso
to throw down, cause to fall, topple, dash down, hurl headlong, plunge, precipitate (pr. and fig.); cause to come out of solution as a deposit (chem.)precipitar {tr}
precipitate (chem. deposit)precipitajo (kem)
to rush, throw oneselfprecipitar su
main, principalprecipua
precise (not used of a person), exact, strictly defined or determined (e.g., preciza nombro)preciza
to preach (something), preach, give a sermonpredikar {tr/ntr} [ulo ad ulu]
predicate (n.: logic)predikato (log)
prefaceprefaco
prefect: chief administrative officerprefekto (polit)
to prefer (like better)preferar {tr} [ulu, ulo, kam ulu, kam ulo]
preferablyprefere [kam]
prefixprefixo (gram)
prefoliation, vernationprefoliaciono (bot)
to pray; ask, beg (someone, for something), beseechpregar {tr}
precarious (depending upon the will of another)prekara (yuro)
precocious, earlyprekoca
precociousness, precocityprekoceso
precursor, forerunnerprekursoro
prelateprelato (rel)
preliminarypreliminara
preliminariespreliminari
to play a preludepreludar {ntr} (muz)
preludepreludo
prize, bonus, premiumpremio
first fruit; (fig.) first mass (of a newly ordained priest)premico (rel)
premise (in logic)premiso (log)
to take, take hold ofprenar {tr} [de, ek]
to preparepreparar {tr} [por]
to preponderatepreponderar {ntr} [pri, en, che]
prepositionprepoziciono (gram)
prepuce, foreskinprepuco (anat)
prerogativeprerogativo (yuro)
to presspresar {tr}
long-sightedpresbita (patol)
council of parish trustees; vestry council, presbytery (church elders)presbiterio (ekl)
presbyter; churchwardenpresbiteriano (rel)
Presbyterianism, presbyterianismpresbiterismo (rel)
Presbyterian (n.)presbiteristo (rel)
almost, nearlypreske {adv}
to prescribe (set down authoritatively), order, direct (precisely); prescribe (med.: as a remedy)preskriptar {tr} [ulo ad ulu]
to bar or lose by statute of limitationpreskritar {tr} (yuro)
loss of a legal right after a certain timepreskrito (yuro)
to lend (s-t. to s-o.), loanprestar {tr} [ad]
prestationprestaciono (polit)
prestigeprestijo
to claim (lay claim to)pretendar {tr}
past, beyondpreter {prep}
preterite, (US) preteritpreterito (gram)
to allege or pretend (as a pretext)pretextar {tr}
praetor, (US) pretorpretoro
to betray one's trustprevarikar {ntr}
to preventpreventar {tr}
provostprevosto
present (that is here or now); (in space) not absent; (in time) not past or futureprezenta
(the) present (time); present (gram.)prezento
to preserve, saveprezervar {tr} [de, kontre]
to preside over, be chairman, presideprezidar {tr/ntr}
to be presumptiousprezuntar {ntr}
about, concerning, repri {prep}
to prickle, tingle (sensation)priklar {tr/ntr}
primary (of colour, number, etc.)prima
archetypeprimtipo
primadonnaprimadono
primary, elementary (school, etc.), first or lowest in orderprimara
primate (eccles.)primato
primineprimino (bot)
primitive, characteristic of an early stateprimitiva
primordialprimordiala (biol)
primroseprimrozo (pl)
cowslipprimulo (pl)
prince; princessprinco
principleprincipo
Principe (island)Principe (lando)
spring (season), springtime; (fig.) prime, bloom of youthprintempo
prior (adj.)priora
priorityprioreso
priorprioro (rel)
prism (geom., phys.)prismato
prytaneumpritaneo
to depriveprivacar {tr} [de]
private (adj.)privata
privilegeprivilejo
to appreciate, prize, valueprizar {tr}
to present, set or place beforeprizentar {tr} [ad]
because of, owing to, out of, on account ofpro {prep}
becausepro ke {konj}
whypro quo
to try out, attempt, test (something); assayprobar {tr}
likely, probableprobabla
probablism (doctrine)probablismo (teol)
problemproblemo
to proceed, go on, act in a certain wayprocedar {ntr} [ad]
procedure, manner of proceeding; proceedings (law)proceduro (yuro)
percentageprocento (matem)
to institute legal proceedingsprocesar {ntr} [kontre] (judic)
trial, legal proceedingsproceso
to walk in a processionprocesionar {ntr}
processor (central processing unit)procesoro (elektrn)
spirationprocido (teol)
valiant, doughtyproda
feat of valour (US: valor)prodajo
prowess, valour, (US) valorprodeso
to lavishprodigar {tr} (pek)
prodrome (premonitory symptom of disease)prodromo (patol)
to produce, bring forthproduktar {tr}
product (math.)produto (matem)
profane, not sacredprofana (rel)
to profaneprofanacar {tr} [per] (rel)
prophaseprofazo (biol)
profermentprofermento (biol)
to profess, declare publiclyprofesar {tr}
profession (occupational)profesiono
professor (academic)profesoro
prophet, seerprofeto
profile, side viewprofilo
prophylaxisprofilaxio (medic)
to profit (from), benefit (from)profitar {tr/ntr} (pek)
deep, profound; (fig.) abstruseprofunda
progesterone, corpus luteum hormoneprogesterono (biokem)
to prognosticate, predictprognozar {tr}
programme, syllabus; (fig.) plan, projectprogramo
to progress, make progressprogresar {ntr} [ad]
progression (math.)progresiono (matem)
to project (geom., opt.)projektar {tr}
projector (of images)projekt-aparato
projectileprojektilo (mek)
beam-thrower, projector (as of a searchlight)projektoro (aparato)
to plan, form a project ofprojetar {tr}
to proclaimproklamar {tr}
procliticproklitika (gram)
procliticproklitiko (gram)
proconsulprokonsulo
to procure, get (something for someone)prokurar {tr} [ad]
proxy, power of attorney, procurationprokuraco
procuratorprokuratoro (judic)
prolegomenon, an introductory studyprolegomeno
prolepsisprolepso (retor)
proletarian (n.)proletario
proletariatproletariaro
proletarianismproletarieso
to proliferateproliferar {ntr} (biol)
verbose, long-windedprolixa
prologueprologo
to lengthen, extend (by addition, in space (not time))prolongar {tr}
to (go for a) walk, strollpromenar {ntr}
to promise (something (to someone); to do something)promisar {tr} [ad ulu]
to promote, raise or advance (someone)promocar {tr}
promontorypromontorio (geog)
to promulgatepromulgar {tr}
to give a sermon (of a particular type)pronar {ntr} (rel)
to pronate: turn (the palm of the hand) downward or backwardpronacar {tr}
pronator musclepronacanto (anat)
pronounpronomo (gram)
ready, preparedpronta
pronucleuspronukleo (biol)
to pronounce (words)pronuncar {tr}
to propagate, diffusepropagar {tr}
to propagandisepropagandar {tr/ntr}
to proportionproporcionar {tr}
proportion, ratioproporciono
to propose (offer for consideration); propound; move (a resolution)propozar {tr} [ad]
proposition (in logic etc); clause (of a sentence)propoziciono
(one's) own, proper (to), belonging (to), peculiar (to)propra
propraetorpropretoro (antiq)
to ownproprietar {tr}
to propelpropulsar {tr} [ad]
to prorogueprorogar {tr}
prosectorprosektoro
prosenchymaprosenkimo (bot)
prosyllogismprosilogismo (log)
to proscribe, outlawproskriptar {tr} (judic)
prospectus, printed announcementprospekto
to prosper, thriveprosperar {ntr}
prostateprostato (anat)
prostatisprostatito (morbo)
to prostrate oneself (out of respect)prosternar {ntr}
prosthesis, prothesis (gram.)prostezo (gram)
to prostitute, put to a base useprostitucar {tr}
to be exhausted (physically or emotionally)prostracar {ntr}
prostration (extreme exhaustion)prostraco
protagonist (chief actor); (fig.) one who takes the lead in any great matterprotagonisto
protactiniumprotaktinio (elem)
prothallus, prothalliumprotalo (bot)
protamineprotamino (biokem)
protandrousprotandra (biol)
Proteus; (fig.) someone who frequently changes his opinions; (zool.) proteidaproteo
to practise protectionism (political economy)protecionar {ntr}
protectionism (pol. econ.)protecionismo
protectionist (pol. econ.)protecionisto (polit)
proteinproteino (biol)
to protectprotektar {tr}
protectorate (authority assumed by one state over another)protektorato (polit)
proteolyticproteolitika (biol)
to protest, assert strongly (intr.); protest (tr.: contest payment on a bill of exchange)protestar {tr/ntr}
Protestant (adj.)protestanta (rel)
Protestant (n.)protestanto (rel)
Protestantismprotestantismo
prosthesis (replacement)protezo (kir)
protistprotisto (biol)
protogynousprotogina (bot)
written minutesprotokolo
protonprotono (fizk)
protoplasmprotoplasmo (biol)
protoplast (biol.)protoplasto (biol)
prototypeprototipo
protozoanprotozoo (zool)
protuberance (anat., astr., & general), prominence (projecting part)protuberanco
ProvenceProvenco (lando)
Provençal (person)Provencano
proverbproverbo
Providence; providenceprovidenco
province; (fig.) shire, rural region or district outside a capital cityprovinco (polit)
to provide, supply (someone with something)provizar {tr} [ye ulo]
provisional, temporaryprovizora
to provoke, inciteprovokar {tr} [ad]
pander (n.), pimpproxeneto
near (prep.), near to, close to (in time or space)proxim {prep}
nearby (adj.), closeproxima
nearby (adv.)proxime
proseprozo
proselyteprozelito (rel)
prosody (stress and intonation; versification)prozodio
prosopopoeia, prosopopeia, personificationprozopopeo (retor)
prow, bow (of vessel)pruo (nav)
prudishpruda
prudent, cautiousprudenta
to be a hoarfrost, white frost, rimepruinar {imp} (meteor)
there is a hoarfrost, we are having a hoarfrostpruinas
hoarfrost, white frost, rimepruino (meteor)
plumpruno (frukto)
plum treepruniero (arb)
sloe (fruit)prunelo (frukto)
sloe (tree), blackthornpruneliero (arb)
to borrowpruntar {tr} [de]
to itch (be itchy)pruritar {ntr}
PrussiaPrusia (lando)
Prussian (native of Prussia)Prusiano
to prove (truth or validity)pruvar {tr}
psalmpsalmo
to psalmodise, practise psalmody, sing psalms (intr.); drone out, recite (something) in a sing-song manner (tr.)psalmodiar {tr/ntr}
psalmody, psalm-singing; (fig.) sing-songpsalmodio
psalterypsalterio (muzin)
pseudo- (prefix to denote: false, counterfeit)pseudo- {pref}
pseudonymous (of a name)pseudonima
pseudonym, aliaspseudonimo
psychepsiko
psychiatrypsikiatrio
psychologistpsikologo
psychologypsikologio (cienco)
psychopathpsikopato
psychosispsikoso
psychrometer, wet-and-dry-bulb hygrometerpsikrometro
psoas, lumbar musclepsoaso (anat)
pterygoid (adj.)pterigoida (anat)
pterodactylpterodaktilo (paleo)
pteropod, sea butterflypteropodo (molsk)
ptomaineptomaino (biokem)
pubescentpubera
pubis, pubic bonepubio (anat)
publican (Roman tax collector)publicano
publicist (someone erudite in public law or national political issues)publicisto (polit)
publicpublika
(fig.) (the) public, (the) people (generally)publiko
poodle (dog)pudelo (mamif)
pudding-stone, conglomerate (geol.)pudingo (geol)
puddingpuding»
to puddle (convert pig-iron into wrought-iron)pudlar {tr} (tekn)
to feel a natural modesty (esp. of women)pudorar {ntr}
native bashfulness, modesty, shamefacedness, pudicitypudoro
bashful, modest, coy, pudentpudorema
powder (cosmetic)pudro (subs)
child (over 7 years of age)puero
girlpuerino
boypuerulo
pouf, pouffe (seat)pufo (moblo)
fistpugno
pool (game)pulo (lud)
fleapulco (insekto)
Punch, buffoon (character); (fig.) puppetpulchinelo
pulleypulio (mek)
block and tackle, hoisting gear, compound pulleypuliaro (mek)
plant of the genus Pulicaria, ~fleabanepulikario (pl)
lungpulmono (anat)
lungwortpulmonario (pl)
pneumoniapulmonito (morbo)
pulp: fleshy part of fruit or vegetablepulpo (bot)
to push, thrust, impel; beat (e.g., heart), throb, pulsatepulsar {tr}
pulsar, neutron starpulsaro (astron)
poultrypultro (ucelo)
to pullulate (germinate or multiply abundantly and rapidly)pulular {ntr}
powder (preparation: pharm., milit.)pulvero (subs)
puma, cougar, mountain lion, (US) panther (loosely)pumao (mamif)
pumicepumico
to pumppumpar {tr}
to punch (indent with a punch or die)puncar {tr}
punch (drink)puncho (drnkj)
to puncture (to drain an accumulation of liquid), tap (pierce, so as to let out fluid)puncionar {tr} (kir)
pound (sterling)pundo (pek)
to punishpunisar {tr} [pro, per]
to pounce (copy a design using powder and perforated paper)punsar {tr}
point (geom., typo., games); full stop, (US) period (punctuation)punto
to punctuate (insert punctuation marks)puntuar {tr}
stern (of a ship or boat), pooppupo (nav)
doll, puppetpupeo (lud)
pupil (of the eye)pupilo (anat)
desk (for writing or reading)pupitro (moblo)
purepura
puréepureo
to purge (lit. or fig.)purgar {tr}
purgatorypurgatorio (rel)
puritanpuritano (rel)
purple (adj.)purpura (koloro)
purple (dye, colour; US: color)purpuro (koloro)
puspuso (patol)
pustule (med.); blister (bot.)pustulo (patol)
prostitute; (-ino) whoreputano
putative, supposed (also in law)putativa
well (water, oil)puteo
polecatputoro (mamif)
to rotputrar {ntr}
who, what, which (refers to a definite person or thing, sing., interrog. & rel.)qua
freestone; ashlar, ashler (hewn, squared or dressed stone)quadro
quadrangle (geom.)quadrangulo (geom)
quadrant (instrument; quarter of the circumference of a circle)quadranto
square (geom., arith.)quadrata
square (n.)quadrato (geom)
quadratic (equation, etc.)quadratala
quadratic (math.)quadratika (matem)
quadrature (aspect or relation of 90 degrees), quartile (#)quadraturo (astron)
quadri-, quadr- (prefix used mainly in scientific words to mean: four. E.g. quadri-later-a: quadrilateral; quadri-ped-o: quadruped)quadri- {pref}
quadrilateral (n.)quadrilatero
quadrumanousquadrimanua (zool)
quadruped (adj.)quadripeda
quadruped (n.)quadripedo
quadrigaquadrigo
quadric (n.)quadriko (matem)
quadrille (dance and music; card game); troop of horsemen (one of four at a tournament)quadrilo
quadrillion (million to the fourth power); (US) septillionquadriliono
quadrireme: galley with four banks of oarsquadriremo (batelo)
quaggaquago (mamif)
quack!quak [!]
Quakerquakero (rel)
what sort of, what kind of, what a, likequala
how, asquale
as though, as ifquale se
qualityqualeso
qualitativequalesala
quailqualio (ucelo)
to qualify (ascribe a quality to); express a quality (gram.); style, termqualifikar {tr}
qualifying (ascribing quality)qualifikanta
qualificator (R.C. rel.)qualifikanto
qualificative (gram.)qualifikilo
qualification (attribution of a quality or title)qualifiko
although, thoughquankam {konj}
how much, how many (adj.)quanta
how (much), how many (adv.)quante
amount, quantityquanto
quantity (in the abstract)quanteso
quantitativequantesala
quanticalquantika (matem)
quanticquantiko (matem)
quantumquantumo (fizk)
fourquar
quarantinequaranteno
quartzquarco (min)
quartzite (type of rock)quarcito (min)
quark (atomic particle)quarko (fizk)
fourth (mus.); quarte (fencing); quart (piquet); four- (or two-)hour watch (nav.)quarto
to be on watchquartesar
to take the watchprenar la quarto
quartan (of a fever)quartana (patol)
quarter, district, ward, area of a cityquartero
quartermaster (army, navy)quartermastro (milit)
quadroon, quarteroonquarterono
quartet, quartette, quartett (mus.)quarteto (muz)
quarticquartiko (matem)
quassia (bark)quasio
quassia (tree)quasiiero (arb)
quaternary (math., geol.)quaternara
quaternionquaterniono (matem)
quatrainquatreno (verso)
quasi- (apparently but not really, seeming to be)quaza
as though, so to speakquaze
European plumquecho (frukto)
to fetchquerar {tr}
quercitron, dyer's oak, yellow-barked oakquercitrono (arb)
oak (tree)querko (arb)
evergreen oak, holm oak, ilex (holm oak)querko sempre-verda (arb)
to collect (money on request, as for a charity)questar {tr}
to question (someone)questionar {tr/ntr} [ulu, pri ulo]
quaestor, questorquestoro
who, which (plural, interrog. & rel.)qui {pron}
tranquil (in the mind), calm (mentally)quieta
quietismquietismo
immediately. at oncequik {adv}
immediate, instantaneousquika
soapbark (tree), quillaiquilayo (arb)
quinquina, cinchona, Peruvian bark, china barkquino
cinchona treequiniero (arb)
quinary, consisting of fivequinara (matem)
quince (fruit)quingo (frukto)
quince treequingiero (arb)
quinine, quiniaquinino (kem)
quincunxquinkunco
quinqu-, quinque-quinqua-
QueenslandQuinslando (lando)
QueenslanderQuinslandano
quint (mus.: a fifth, interval of five consecutive notes); (fig.) tenor violin; quint (sequence of five cards in piquet); quinte, fifth guardquinto
quintal (100 kg)quintalo (mez)
quintanquintana (patol)
quintessencequintesenco
quintetquinteto (muz)
quintic, of the fifth degreequintiko (matem)
quintillion (million to the fifth power), (US) nonillionquintiliono
mistaken identity (of persons or things)quiproquo
(-i) Quirites, citizens of ancient Rome in their civil capacityquirito
to whisk, whip (a liquid)quirlar {tr}
quit(s), rid, free (of)quita
what, which (sing.; interrog. & rel.; used as an interrogative refers to something indefinite, e.g. "quo eventis?" = what happened?)quo {pron}
quotientquociento (matem)
pun, jest, sorry joke, quibble (pun),quodlibeto
quorumquorumo
quota, share, contribution (to be paid or received, as part of a sum)quoto
to make a reduction (in price) of, reduce (a price)rabatar {tr} [ek, de]
discount, rebate, reduction (in price)rabato
rabies, lyssarabio (morbo)
rabidrabiika
rabbirabino (rel)
plane (tool)raboto
to plane (smooth)rabotagar {tr}
raceme (bot.); racemic mixture (phys.)racemo
reason (faculty), power of understanding, intellectraciono
rational (act, thing), based on reasonracionala
rationalismracionalismo
rationalistracionalisto
rational (of a person)racionoza
roadstead, roads, road (at sea)rado (nav)
radarradaro (fizk)
to radiate (emit rays, emit heat; issue in rays, diverge from a point)radiar {tr/ntr}
radial (geom.)radiala (geom)
ray, beam; radioradio
to telephone (something) by radioradio-telefonar {tr}
to telegraph (something) by radioradio-telegrafar {tr}
to radiate (emit heat, light or similar radiation)radiacar {ntr} (fizk)
radiator (for room or vehicle, heating or cooling)radiatoro (aparato)
root (bot., math.); root, stem, radix, radical (gram.); (fig.) beginning, originradiko
fifth root of a thousandkina radiko di mil
radical (relating to the root)radikala
radical (math., chem., politics)radikalo
radicle (bot.)radiketo (bot)
sucker (from a root)radiko-sproso (bot)
radioactiveradioaktiva (fizk)
to photograph using X-rays (radiography)radiografar {tr}
radiograph, X-ray photographradiografuro
radiometerradiometro (instr)
to view by fluoroscopy (radioscopy)radioskopar {tr}
radioscopyradioskopo
radioscoperadioskopilo
to etch using nitric acid and a dry pointradirar {tr} (arto)
radiumradiumo (elem)
radius (bone; of a circle or square)radiuso
radon, nitonradono (elem)
to talk nonsense due to senility, talk drivelradotar {ntr} [pri]
senseless talk, nonsense, drivelradoto
large radishrafano (pl)
radish, garden radishrafaneto (pl)
wild radishrafaneto sovaja (pl)
raphide, raphisrafido (biol)
to refine (also fig.)rafinar {tr}
grape stalk; (-i) rape (stalks left after wine-making)raflo (bot)
raftrafto (batelo)
tatterrago (vestl)
ragoutraguto
reiter: German cavalry soldier (historical)raitro (milit)
to catch (someone or something) uprajuntar {tr}
to draw off, rack (wine, etc.); (fig.) extract (secrets, money, etc.)rakar {tr} [de]
racahout, raccahout: Arabian dish made of sweet acorns, grains, etc.rakahuto
racquetraketo
rickets, rachitisrakito (morbo)
to tell (a tale, a story)rakontar {tr} [ad]
tale, storyrakonto
rail (bird), ~crakeralo (ucelo)
to rally (troops; also fig.)raliar {tr}
small branch (also fig.), twig, ramusramo
ramie, rameeramio (pl)
buckthornramno (arb)
(upward) slope, incline, ramprampo
frograno (animalo)
tree frogarboro-rano (animalo)
rancidranca
row, tier, range; rank, order (degree, station)rango
of high rankalta-ranga
of the same ranksam-ranga
to take rank (milit.)recevar rango
to place in rows, put in ranks; classrangizar
to have a grudge, feel resentmentrankorar {ntr} [kontre, pri, pro]
grudge, resentment, rancour, (US) rancorrankoro
ransomransono
buttercupranunkulo (pl)
groove (long square-cut sunken channel in wood or metal); rifling (firearms)ranuro
rape (plant)rapo (pl)
to patch (clothing, etc.)rapecar {tr}
fast, quick, rapidrapida
rapid (in a river)rapidajo
rapierrapiero (armo)
to report (make a report of; something to someone), relate, recountraportar {tr} [ulo ad ulu]
report (on something or someone); (fig.: math.) ratio, relationraporto
rhapsodist, rhapsode, reciter of poemsrapsodo
rhapsodyrapsodio
to seize by violenceraptar {tr} [de]
rapaciousraptema
raptorrapt-ucelo (ucelo)
rare, unusual, infrequentrara
seldom, rarelyrare
race (human, animal), stock, breed, lineraso (biol)
rascal, rogueraskalo
to grate, raspraspar {tr}
to rakerastar {tr}
foreigner or stranger of unknown or suspect means; fashionably dressed swindlerrastaquero
rack (framework; openwork frame as for fodder, arms, etc.)rasteliero (moblo)
ratrato (mamif)
ratafiaratafio (drnkj)
ratine, ratteenrateno (stofo)
to ratifyratifikar {tr} (yuro)
racoon, (US) raccoonratono (mamif)
hoarse, huskyrauka
caterpillarraupo (zool)
large party or social gatheringrauto
ravelin, lunetteravelino (fortif)
ravine, gullyravino (geog)
to enraptureravisar {tr} [per]
ray, skate (fish)rayo (fisho)
rayon, viscose (rayon)rayono
to shaverazar {tr}
re (second note of the diatonic scale)re (muz)
to reactreaktar {ntr} [ad, kontre]
reagentreaktivo (kem)
real, actualreala
realism (philos., art.)realismo
realistrealisto
realgarrealgaro (min)
rebelliousrebela
rebel, insurgentrebelo
brim, rim, raised edgerebordo
rebusrebuso (lud)
to review (a book, etc.)recensar {tr}
recentrecenta
to accept (after examination)recepcionar {tr}
recipe (pharm., culinary, etc.)recepto
receptacle (bot.)receptaklo (bot)
recessive (genetics)recesiva (biol)
to receiverecevar {tr} [de]
to repeat the same offence, commit the same crime again; (of a former illness) reappear (med.)recidivar {ntr} [pri]
recidivism: relapse into crime or illnessrecidivo
recidivist (n.)recidivanto
recipient vessel (for receiving gases or liquids)recipiento
reciprocal, mutualreciproka
to reciterecitar {tr} [ad, koram]
recitativerecitativo (muz)
redreda
redstart (European bird)red-kaudo (ucelo)
robinred-pektoro (ucelo)
Red SeaReda Maro (mar)
to edit (a newspaper, journal etc)redaktar {tr}
redanredano (fortif)
to redeemredemtar {tr}
frock-coat: man's double-breasted full-skirted coatredingoto (vesto)
reduit, inner fortified retreat; (fig.) retreat, refugereduito (fortif)
to reduce (bring into a certain state)reduktar {tr}
redoubtreduto (fortif)
reef (in a sail)refo (nav)
to refer to; attribute, ascribe; direct to anotherreferar {tr} [ulo ad ulo]
referendary (court official)referendario
to reflect (phys., mental, gram.)reflektar {tr/ntr}
reflector; reflecting telescopereflektoro
reflex (of response to a stimulus)reflexa (fiziol)
reflexreflexo (fiziol)
to ebb (of a tide)refluxar {ntr}
to reformreformar {tr}
to refractrefraktar {tr} (fizk)
refractory, not easily melted (of substances); (fig.) unruly, unmanageablerefraktara
refractor; refracting telescoperefraktoro
refrain (also fig.)refreno
to take refuge; (fig.) have recourserefujar {ntr} [en, che]
to refute, disproverefutar {tr}
to refuse, declinerefuzar {tr}
to regale, entertainregalar {tr} [per]
regale, regalia (royal privilige, such as that of enjoying the revenues of vacant sees)regalio (polit)
to regard (look at attentively)regardar {tr}
regattaregato (nav)
to regenerateregenerar {tr}
regentregento (polit)
régie, direct administration or management (of government properties); government monopolyregio
regimentregimento (milit)
region (all senses)regiono
register, record book; account bookregistro
to reign over, ruleregnar {tr} [ulu, ulo] (polit)
reign; kingdom (natural history)regno
wrenregolo (ucelo)
liquorice (plant), (US) licoriceregoliso (pl)
to go back, recede, regressregresar {ntr}
to regret, be sorry aboutregretar {tr}
to regulate (tech. & fig.)regular {tr}
rule (to be followed)regulo
regulatingregulado
regular (member of a religious order who has taken the three ordinary vows)reguliero (rel)
regular (having a rule or rules)reguloza
regularityregulozeso
regulator, governor (of a machine)regulatoro (tekn)
to rehabilitaterehabilitar {tr}
reinreino
sovereign, ruler (king or queen)rejo (polit)
kingdomrejio (biol)
aqua regiarejala aquo (kem)
regime; regimenrejimo
to upset: thicken and shorten (metal); ram (a gun)rekalkar {tr} (tekn)
to figure or work (fabric) with gold, silver, silk, etc.rekamar {tr}
gold-figured, gold-workedrekamita per oro
to recapitulaterekapitular {tr}
to advertisereklamar {tr/ntr}
to claim (compensation, reward, what is due, etc.), reclaimreklamacar {tr} [ad, pri, por]
to commune with one's own heart, concentrate on pious thoughtsrekolecar {ntr} (rel)
self-communing, pious meditationrekoleco
to rescue (by gathering or replacing someone or something lost or fallen)rekoliar {tr}
to harvest, reap (also fig.)rekoltar {tr}
to recommend, commendrekomendar {tr}
to reward, recompense (s-o.)rekompensar {tr} [pro, per] (pek)
record (in sports, etc.)rekordo
to clip, trim, pare, prunerekortar {tr}
to recruit, enlistrekrutar {tr} [ulu, ad]
straight (not curved or crooked)rekta (geom)
rectanglerektangulo (geom)
to rectify (spirits, errors, electric current, etc.), put right, distil, correctrektifikar {tr}
rectifierrektifikilo (elek)
rectilinearrektolinea (matem)
rectorrektoro
rectumrektumo (anat)
rectumoptosisrektumoptoso (patol)
to retrieve, recouprekuperar {tr} [de]
recurrent (anat., math.)rekurenta
to have recourse, resortrekursar {ntr} [ad]
to challenge (witness, juror); take exception to (testimony, statement); (also fig.)rekuzar {tr} [ulu, su]
rail (as for trains)relo (mek)
to relate to; be connected to (by business etc)relatar {tr} [ad]
relay (horses; control device)relayo
to consign, relegate (also fig.)relegar {tr}
to map, surveyrelevar {tr}
relief (in map, sculpture, etc.)reliefo
religionreligio (rel)
relic (of a saint)reliquio (rel)
to row (a boat), pull on an oarremar {tr/ntr}
to notice, pay attention toremarkar {tr}
to remedy (a disease), set to rightsremediar {tr} [per]
to reproduce or imitate from memory, unconsciously or unintentionally, some literary or musical piecereminicar {tr}
to exempt (someone) from part of a penalty or debt; abate (of a symptom)remisar {tr/ntr}
remission (of a debt, sin, etc.; of a disease)remiso
to remonstrateremonstrar {ntr} [pri]
remount (supply of fresh horses, especially to an army)remonto (milit)
remoraremoro (fisho)
to tow, haulremorkar {tr}
to feel remorseremorsar {ntr} [pri, pro]
rampart, bulwarkremparo (fortif)
to replace (take or be in the place of)remplasar {tr}
to replace (one thing with another)remplasigar {tr}
remoulade, rémouladeremulado
kidneyreno (anat)
to renaturaterenaturar {tr}
to rendezvousrendevuar {ntr}
appointment, rendezvousrendevuo
output (of machines)rendimento (tekn)
to deny untruthfully, disown untruthfully, disavow untruthfullyrenegar {tr}
renaissancerenesanco (hist)
rennet (apple)renet-pomo (frukto)
to meet, encounter, (US) meet withrenkontrar {tr}
income, rent, annuityrento
reindeerrentiro (mamif)
to renounce, give up, relinquishrenuncar {tr}
(tr.) to knock over, knock down, overturn, upset; (intr.) overturn, fall overrenversar {tr/ntr}
rheostatreostato
rheotaxisreotaktismo (biol)
rheotropismreotropismo (biol)
to mend, repair, restorereparar {tr}
to divide and distribute or allocaterepartisar {tr} [inter]
to iron (clothing, etc.)repasar {tr}
to have a meal, eat (a meal)repastar {ntr} [ek]
mealrepasto
light repastrepasteto
to repent, rue, repent ofrepentar {tr/ntr} [ulo, pri ulo]
to put a guiding mark on (piece of building or machinery (to help assembly), wall, ground, measuring rod (to indicate alignment, level, height, etc.)); determinereperar {tr}
bench mark, reference point, trig pointreper-punto, -signo
to rebound or recoil against; reverberatereperkutar {tr}
repertoire; table, index, registerrepertorio
to tell or say again, repeat (something said)repetar {tr}
plump, chubbyrepleta
to answer (to a reply), send (a response to a reply), rejoin, retortreplikar {tr} [ulo ad ulu]
to allow a contangoreportar {tr} (financ)
to rest (take a rest), reposerepozar {ntr}
to restrain, hold back, check, suppress, repressrepresar {tr}
to retaliate, make reprisalsreprezalar {ntr} [kontre]
to represent (by resemblance); depict; be the representative ofreprezentar {tr}
to reprimandreprimandar {tr} [ulu, pri ulo]
to ~reproach (someone about something: reprochar ulo ad ulu; note that the verb in English takes a different subject)reprochar {tr} [ulo, ad ulu]
rep, repp (fabric)repso (stofo)
to crawl, creep (also fig.)reptar {ntr}
reptilereptero (zool)
republicrepubliko (polit)
republicanismrepublikismo
republicanrepublikisto (polit)
to repudiate (one's wife, sending her away without a legal divorce); (fig.) repudiate, disavowrepudiar {tr}
to disgust, be repugnant torepugnar {tr}
disgust, repugnancerepugneso
to repel, repulserepulsar {tr}
to repute, deemreputar {tr} [kom]
to be held (to be so and so)reputesar
reputation, reputereputeso
to requisitionrequizitar {tr} (polit)
to resect, cut offresekar {tr} (kir)
to recognise one's fault and resolve to improve oneselfresipicencar {ntr} (rel)
rescript (all senses)reskripto
to resound, be resonant (lit. & fig.)resonar {ntr}
to resorb, reabsorb (med.)resorbar {tr} (medic)
spring (mech.)resorto (mek)
to be under the jurisdiction (of), be the province (of)resortisar {ntr} [ad] (judic)
to respectrespektar {tr}
to breathe, respirerespirar {tr/ntr} (biol)
to reply, answer (something to someone), respondrespondar {tr/ntr} [ulo ad ulu]
to reply to (a letter, etc.)respondizar
to be responsibleresponsar {ntr} [pri]
responsory (n.)responsorio (litur)
to remain, stayrestar {ntr}
to restore (to good order)restaurar {tr}
to make restitution of, return (something) to the rightful ownerrestitucar {tr} [ad]
to satisfy hunger or thirstrestorar {tr}
to restrict, restrainrestriktar {tr} [ad]
net; meshreto
reredos, altar screenretablo (arkit)
to keep (back), retain, withhold; (arith.) carryretenar {tr}
retiarius, gladiator armed with a netretiario
reticle, reticule (optical); reticulum (network)retikulo
retinaretino (anat)
rhetor, rhetoricianretoro
rhetoricretoriko
retort (chem.)retorto
to retract (claws, an assertion, etc.), withdraw, draw back (lit. & fig.); indent (text)retraktar {tr/ntr}
to retire, retreatretretar {ntr}
retro-, re- (prefix used with a verbal root to indicate: back, backwards, inverse action, return. E.g. retro-ir-ar: to go back(wards); retro-tir-ar: to drawretro- {pref}
to retouchretushar {tr}
rheumatismreumatismo (morbo)
Réunion (island)Reunion (lando)
to day-dreamrevar {ntr} [pri]
to requite; retaliate, get evenrevanchar {ntr} [pri]
to revealrevelar {tr} [per, pri, ad]
to demand (something) backrevendikar {tr}
revenue; incomerevenuo
to radiate (heat that was absorbed), reflect heatreverberar {tr/ntr} (fizk)
to make an obeisance (to), bow or curtsy (to)reverencar {tr/ntr}
reverse, backreverso
to revert (law)reversionar {ntr} (yuro)
reversion (of an estate)reversiono
to reviserevizar {tr}
to revoke, repeal; dismissrevokar {tr} [pro]
to revolt (intr.), rise in revoltrevoltar {ntr} [kontre, pri, pro]
to revolutionise, change thoroughly (opinions, an art, a country, etc.)revolucionar {tr}
revolverrevolvero (armo)
to review (troops, books, one's life etc)revuar {tr}
review, magazinerevuo (liter)
to ally (a morbid condition) by counter-irritation or the likerevulsar {tr} (patol)
revulsion (med.)revulso (medic)
even, level (with), close to (a line or surface)reza
mignonette (plant)rezedo (pl)
to reserve, save, lay byrezervar {tr}
to reside, dwell, liverezidar {ntr} [en, che]
(resident) diplomatic agentrezidento (polit)
residue, remainder, debrisreziduo
to be resigned, give uprezignar {ntr} [pri]
resinrezino (subs)
to resist, stand firm against, not yield to, withstandrezistar {tr}
to resolve (make up one's mind (to do something)), decide (something to be done)rezolvar {tr}
to reasonrezonar {ntr} [pri]
to result, be the consequencerezultar {ntr} [de]
result, consequence, effectrezultajo
to summarise, recapitulaterezumar {tr}
to resurrect (intr.), rise from the deadrezurektar {ntr} (rel)
RhineRheno (river)
re-, again (prefix used with verbal roots to mean repetition. E.g. ri-dic-ar: to say again; ri-fac-ar: to do again, remake; ri-elekt-ar: to re-elect; ri-en-ir-ar: tori- {pref}
to remember again, recollectrimemorar
recollection, reminiscencerimemoro
to see again; (fig.) to meet (someone) againrividar
to revive, reanimate, resuscitate (lit. & fig.)rivivigar
to revive, reanimateri-animar
currant (fruit: redcurrant, blackcurrant, etc., not small black raisin)ribo (frukto)
currant (shrub)ribiero (pl)
riboflavin(e)riboflavino (kem)
rich (lit. & fig.)richa [de]
castor-oil plantricino (pl)
rictus (unnatural wide gaping of the mouth, revealing the teeth)rictus»
to laughridar {ntr} [pri, pro, de]
to smileridetar {ntr}
slatted side (of a vehicle), side pole, rack, sideboard (of a cart), cart-rackridelo (tekn)
ridiculousridikula
reefrifo (geog)
piece of rigging or tackle (naval)rigo (nav)
rigging, tackle (naval)rigaro
rigid, stiff, inflexible (lit. & fig.)rigida
boltriglo (tekn)
rigour (extreme exactness or strictness), (US) rigorrigoro
rigorous, strictrigoroza
to rebound, bouncerikochar {ntr} [sur] (fizk)
rhymerimo (verso)
to repay, refundrimborsar {tr} [ad] (pek)
belt, straprimeno
to reinforcerinforcar {tr}
ring (also geom.), circlet; (tech.) ferrule, bush(ing)ringo
rhinocerosrinocero (mamif)
rhinoplastyrinoplastiko (kir)
to rinserinsar {tr} [per]
to skid (slide while scraping, usually sideways)ripar {ntr}
to risk, hazard, venture, take a chanceriskar {tr/ntr} [ulo, su]
ream (quantity of paper)rismo (mez)
to brown (in cooking)risolar {ntr} (koquo)
respective, belonging to eachrispektiva
to cancel (an insurance policy, esp. maritime)ristornar {tr}
rhythmritmo (muz)
ritornelloritornelo (muz)
riterituo (litur)
shore, coast (by a sea); bank (of a river)rivo
to coastriv-navigar
rival (n.)rivalo
river, (large) streamrivero (geog)
small stream, brook, rivuletrivereto (geog)
rivetriveto (tekn)
ricerizo (pl)
rhizoidrizoido (biol)
rhizome, rootstock, rootstalkrizomo (bot)
rhizopodrizopodo (zool)
robe, gownrobo (vesto)
tap, cock, (US) faucet, spigotrobineto (tekn)
robinia (e.g. locust tree, false acacia)robinio (arb)
robotroboto (aparato)
roboticsrobotiko (cienco)
rubber (of card games such as whist)robro (ludl)
robust, hardy, sturdyrobusta
rochet (surplice-like vestment)rocheto
to gnawrodar {tr}
rodentrodero
RhodesiaRodezia (lando)
Rhodesian (n.)Rodeziano
rhodinalrodinalo
rhododendronrododendro (pl)
(military) braggartrodomonto
pyrerogo
public prayers and processions held on Rogation Daysrogacioni (litur)
(a) rock, boulderroko
Rocky MountainsRokoza Monti (mont)
rocambolerokambolo (pl)
rococorokoko
role, rôle (theat. & gen.), part, characterrolo
roller (cylindrical)rolero (mek)
RomeRoma
RomanRomano
steelyardRomana balanco (instr)
novel (story)romano
romantic song, balladromanco (muz)
Romansch, RomanshRomancha
romanticromantika
rhombusrombo (geom)
rhombicrombala
rhombohedronromboedro (geom)
rhomboid (n.)romboido (geom)
round (adj.)ronda
rondel (verse-form), rondeau; rondorondelo
to snoreronkar {ntr}
to purrronronar {ntr}
to castle (in chess)roquar {ntr} (ludl)
dewroso (meteor)
roast beefrosbifo
rosemaryrosmarino (pl)
toadrospo (animalo)
to roast (meat, etc.); toast (bread, etc.)rostar {tr/ntr} (koquo)
(any) beak-like extension; snout, proboscis, bill, beak; trunk (elephant); prolonged rigid process (bot.); beak (of a Roman ship); rostrum (in arostro
wheelroto (mek)
rut (furrow made by wheels)roto-sulko
to rotaterotacar {ntr}
rattan, ratan (palm)rotano (pl)
rotifer, wheel animalculerotifero
to roll (of thunder, vehicle, drum etc)rotolar {ntr}
rotunda; armless cloakrotondo
rotorrotoro (elek)
ball-and-socket jointrotulo (mek)
bramble (Rubus), briar; blackberry bushrovo (pl)
brier berry; blackberryrovo-bero (frukto)
English oakrovro (arb)
royalismroyalismo
royalistroyalisto
rose (flower)rozo (floro)
rose-coloured, (US) rose-coloredrozea (koloro)
(mariner's) compass-cardvento-rozo
rose bushroziero (pl)
rose windowrozo-fenestro (arkit)
rose honeyrozo-mielo
rosaryrozario (rel)
roseola (rose-coloured rash)rozeolo (morbo)
oleander, rosebayrozlauro (pl)
RwandaRuanda (lando)
ribbon, taperubando
rhubarbrubarbo (pl)
rubella, German measlesrubeolo (morbo)
madderrubio (pl)
rubyrubino
general title or section in magazinerubriko
rough (of things, persons, manners), uncouth, rude (lacking refinement)ruda
rudimental, rudimentary (little-developed)rudimenta
rudiment (first principle or element)rudimento
reddish-brown, russet, sorrel (colour)rufa (koloro)
wrinkle; ripplerugo
wrinkled, full of wrinkles; rugose (bot.)rugoza
to ruinruinar {tr}
distaffruko
to belchruktar {ntr}
to coorukular {ntr}
to roll, roll along; roll (of a ship)rular {tr/ntr}
roulade (music)rulado (muz)
roulette (game)ruleto (lud)
rumrumo (drnkj)
Rumania, Roumania, RomaniaRumania (lando)
Rumanian, Roumanian, Romanian (person)Rumaniano
rhumb (any one of the 32 points of the compass; the angle between two adjacent points of the compass)rumbo (nav)
Rumelia, RoumeliaRumelia (lando)
Rumelian, Roumelian (n.)Rumeliano
to ruminate, chew over again, chew the cudruminar {tr/ntr}
ruminantruminero (zool)
rumourrumoro
rump (anat.)rumpo (anat)
rumpsteakrumsteko
rune (letter)runo
rupeerupie» (pek)
to break (by force), snap, rupture (tr.)ruptar {tr}
to break, snap, rupture (intr.)ruptesar
country (as opposed to town)ruro
peasant, country personrurano
field mouseruro-muso (mamif)
Russian (n.)Ruso
ruche (for neck or cuff)rusho
RussiaRusia (lando)
butcher's broom (plant), knee-hollyrusko (pl)
rustrusto (kem)
rustic (adj.)rustika
rustic (n.)rustiko
rue (plant)ruto (pl)
routine, habitrutino
to use cunning, be slyruzar {ntr} [per]
Sabbathsabato
savoy cabbagesabeliko (pl)
sandsablo (subs)
scuttle (opening in a ship's deck or side), hatchway; gunportsabordo (nav)
to sabotagesabotar {tr}
sabre, (US) sabersabro (armo)
priestsacerdoto (rel)
to just satisfy, provide (someone) with just enough to meet a needsaciar {tr}
to content oneself (with something); put up (with something)saciesar
sadismsadismo
sadistsadisto
saphenous (of a vein)safena (anat)
sapphiresafiro
saffronsafrano
sagacious, perspicacious, shrewdsagaca
arrowhead (plant)sagitario (pl)
tamarinsaguino (mamif)
sagosaguto
sago palm, sago treesagutiero (arb)
Sahara (Desert)Sahara (lando)
lardsaimo
wise, sensiblesaja
sagesajo
sack, bag, pouch (also anat. & bot.)sako
saccharimetersakarimetro (instr)
saccharimetrysakarimetrio
saccharin, saccharinesakarino
sacredsakra (rel)
sacrosanct, most holysakro-santa (rel)
sacramentsakramento (rel)
to sacrifice, make offerings (lit. and fig.)sakrifikar {tr/ntr}
to commit a sacrilege (also fig.)sakrilejar {ntr} (rel)
sacristan, vergersakristo (rel)
sacristysakristio
sacrumsakrumo (anat)
salt (chem.; sodium chloride, common salt)salo (kem)
saladsalado
salamandersalamandro (animalo)
to pay salary or wages tosalariar {tr}
salary, wage(s)salario
to settle (a bill), pay (a balance due)saldar {tr}
salep (dried orchid tubers)salepo (farm)
to be protuberant, jut outsaliar {ntr} [de, ek]
salicin, salicinesalicino (kem)
SalicSalika (leg)
willow (tree)saliko (arb)
weeping willowsaliko ploranta (arb)
purple loosestrifesalikario (pl)
saltworks, ~salinasalino
saliva, spittlesalivo (fiziol)
salmonsalmono (fisho)
salolsalolo (kem)
drawing room, parlour, (US) parlorsalono (arkit)
salpiansalpo (animalo)
saltpetre, (US) saltpetersalpetro (kem)
salsify, oyster plantsalsifio (pl)
to leap, jump, boundsaltar {ntr}
salubrious, good for healthsalubra
to greet, salutesalutar {tr}
salutary, wholesome, beneficialsalutara
to save (from danger etc), rescue; salvagesalvar {tr} [de, ek]
to fire a salute or volleysalvear {ntr}
sage (plant)salvio (pl)
samesama
likewise, dittosame
partisan of the same idea or movementsamideano
SamariaSamaria (lando)
Samaritan (native of Samaria)Samariano
elder, elderberry (tree)sambuko (arb)
SamoaSamoa (lando)
samovarsamovaro
healthy, well; (fig.) soundsana (medic)
San DomingoSan-Domingo
San MarinoSan-Marino (lando)
San SalvadorSan-Salvador
Saint Thomas, St Thomas (island)San-Thome (lando)
sanatorium, (US) sanitariumsanatorio
to sanction (authorise or enforce)sancionar {tr}
sandalsandalo (vesto)
gum sandarach, sandarac resinsandarako
pikeperchsandro (fisho)
sandwichsandwicho
bloodsango (anat)
sanguine (of temperament)sanguina
leech (worm); (fig.) bloodsucker, extortionersanguisugo
saniessanio (patol)
SanskritSanskrito
holy, saintlysanta (rel)
holy-water basin, fontsantaquuyo
St Helena, Saint Helena (island)Sant-Helena (lando)
sandal (wood), sandalwoodsantalo (ligno)
lavender-cotton (shrub)santolino (pl)
sanctuary (of a church), holy of holiessantuario
to sap, underminesapar {tr}
sapajou, capuchin (monkey)sapajuo (mamif)
soapsapono (subs)
soapwortsaponario (pl)
saponinsaponino (kem)
saponitesaponito (min)
to taste (have a certain taste)saporar {ntr}
taste, flavour, (US) flavorsaporo
tasty, palatablesaporoza
saphrophytesaprofito (biol)
sapsapto (bot)
saraband (dance)sarabando (danso)
buckwheatsaraceno (pl)
tealsarcelo (ucelo)
sardinesardino (fisho)
SardiniaSardinia (lando)
Sardinian (person)Sardiniano
sardonicsardonika
sardonyxsardonixo (min)
sargassum, gulfweed, sargassosargaso (bot)
Virginian opossumsarigo (mamif)
coffinsarko
sarcasmsarkasmo
sarcinsarkino (biol)
to weedsarklar {tr}
sarcophagus (stone coffin)sarkofago
sarcomasarkomo (patol)
sarcoplasmsarkoplasmo (biol)
SarmatianSarmato
SarmatiaSarmatia (lando)
sarmentum, runner (rooting stem)sarmento (bot)
sarsaparillasarsaparelo (pl)
sassafrassasafraso (arb)
enough, sufficiently (used before an adj. or adv.; e.g. sat rapide = quickly enough)sat {adv}
enough (used after a verb; e.g. vu parolis sate = you have spoken enough)sate
enough (adj.), adequatesata
Satansatano (rel)
satellite (also fig.)satelito
satinsatino (stofo)
to glaze (give to fabrics, paper, etc. a satin-like gloss)satinumar
satinettekoton-satino (stofo)
satiresatiro
to lampoonsatire mokar
satyr (myth., fig.)satiruso
to fulfil or satisfy (a duty, expectation, promise); discharge (an obligation)satisfacar {tr} [per]
certificate of satisfaction or good conduct (such as given to a pupil)satisfecit»
satrapsatrapo (polit)
to satiate, saturatesaturar {tr} [ye]
Saturdaysaturdio
Saturnaliasaturnali
saucesauco
saurian, reptile of the suborder Sauria (lizard, gecko, skink, etc.)saurio (rept)
to know (by learning), have a knowledge of, know how (to do s-t.)savar {tr}
savanna, prairiesavano (geog)
savory (plant)savorio (pl)
SavoySavoya (lando)
Savoyard (native of Savoy)Savoyano
to relish, savour, (US) savorsavurar {tr}
saxhornsaxhorno (muzin)
saxifragesaxifrago (pl)
saxophonesaxofono (muzin)
SaxonSaxono
SaxonySaxonia (lando)
sbirro, policemansbiro
ifse {konj}
tallow, suetsebo (subs)
section (geom., math.)seciono (geom)
bottom (of the body), backsidesedo (anat)
sedentarysedentaria
to mutiny, riotsediciar {ntr}
mutiny, riotsedicio
sediment, dregssedimento
to seduce, enticeseduktar {tr} [per]
sedum, ~stonecropsedumo (pl)
to saw, cut with a sawsegar {tr}
sailseglo (nav)
to sailseglirar (nav)
segment, sectionsegmento
to segregatesegregacar {tr} (biol)
according tosegun {prep}
according to whethersegun ke
zealot, fanatical partisanseido
to sojourn, reside for a whilesejornar {ntr} [en, che]
to make a cut in, cut partially through; section (divide into sections)sekar {tr}
secantsekanto (geom)
ryesekalo (pl)
sequin (old Italian gold coin)sekino (pek)
to second (a motion)sekondar {tr}
to secrete (release)sekrecar {tr} (biol)
secretsekreta
secretarysekretario
secretariatsekretariato
sect, cult (sect)sekto
sectorsektoro
secular, worldlysekulara (rel)
second (of time or angle)sekundo
secondary (geol., school, elec., etc.)sekundara
safe, securesekura
safety cut-out (elec.)sekurigilo
saddleselo
wheyselakto
to choose, selectselektar {tr}
selenographyselenografio (astron)
self-made manselfmademan»
ShemSem
SemiteSemido
SemiticSemidala
anti-Semiticanti-semida
anti-Semiteanti-semido
anti-Semitismanti-semidismo
to sow (lit. & fig.), scatter seedssemar {tr}
semaphoresemaforo (aparato)
weeksemano
semanticssemantiko (cienco)
to seem, appear (to be)semblar {ntr}
semestersemestro
seedsemino (biol)
seminarseminaro
seminaryseminario
semiotics, semeiotics, semiology (study of signs and symbols)semiotiko
(bread) rollsemlo
semolinasemolo
stonecropsempervivo (pl)
houseleeksempervivo tektala (pl)
alwayssempre {adv}
withoutsen {prep}
unlesssen ke
-less, without, free from (word "sen" used as a prefix; e.g. sen-dent-a = toothless)sen- {pref}
net (adv.: of weight)sentare
surd, mute (phonetics)senvoca (fonetiko)
senatesenato
senatus consult, senatus consultum, decree of the senatesenatuskonsulto (polit)
sense, meaningsenco
to send, cause to gosendar {tr} [ad]
groundselsenecio (pl)
SenegalSenegal (lando)
Senegalese (n.)Senegalano
seneschal, steward (title)seneshalo
senilesenila
elder, seniorseniora
sense (sight, hearing, etc.)senso
sensualism (doctrine), sensationalism (phil.)sensalismo (filoz)
sensation (excited interest or feeling; fig.: excited interest in an audience or crowd)sensaciono
sensitive plant (Mimosa pudica)sensitivo (pl)
sensualsensuala
to feel (a sensation)sentar {tr}
maximsentenco
sentiment, mental feeling, emotional attitudesentimento
sentrysentinelo (milit)
sevensep
sepalsepalo (bot)
to separate, partseparar {tr} [de]
cuttlefishsepio (fisho)
sepia (pigment)sepiajo
septicsepta (medic)
Septemberseptembro
septet (voices or instrument)septeto (muz)
blood poisoning, (GB) septicaemia, (US) septicemiasepticemio (morbo)
septillion (million raised to the seventh power)septiliono
seventh chord; septime (fencing)septimo
sept-, septi-, septem- (prefix denoting seven)septua-
Septuagesimaseptuagesimo (litur)
to entomb, bury (a body)sepultar {tr} [en]
to follow (lit. & fig.)sequar {tr}
sequence (hymn)sequencio
to sequester (remove a possession pending legal decision)sequestrar {tr} (yuro)
sequoiasequoyo (arb)
(blood) serumsero (biol)
seraphserafo (teol)
seraglio (women's quarters)serayo
pea-shooter, air-caneserbatano
SerbiaSerbia (lando)
Serbian (person)Serbiano
to seek, look for, search forserchar {tr}
serene, placidserena
serenadeserenado (muz)
His Serene Highness (title)serenissimus»
serfserfo
series, row, file, queueserio
serin (type of finch)serino (ucelo)
serinetteserin-docilo
mock-orange (shrub of the saxifrage family), syringa (#)seringo (arb)
serious, grave (not frivolous, not trivial)serioza
serge (fabric)serjo (stofo)
sergeantserjento (milit)
seron, seroon (bale wrapped in hide)serono
bill-hook, pruning billserpo
pruning knife, garden knifeserpeto
snakeserpento (rept)
serpent (mus.)serpento-korno (muzin)
(a) winding tubeserpento-tubo (tekn)
serpentine (winding curve or line)serpentalo (matem)
Serpent (constellation)serpentiero (astron)
serpentine (rock)serpentino (min)
wild thymeserpolo (pl)
serum (medicinal)serumo (farm)
lock (for fastening)seruro (aparato)
lock catchserur-hoko (mek)
to serve, be of service to, tendservar {tr/ntr}
servalservalo (mamif)
service, set of crockery etc.servico
servitude (burden on property obliging the owner to allow others a right in respect of it)servitudo (yuro)
to cut in the form of a crescent; (of dresses) to cut lowsesgar {tr} [ulo]
session, sittingssesiono
seton (thread or similar)setono
severe, stern, harsh, strictsevera [ad, pri]
to ill-treat, treat cruellyseviciar {tr} (yuro)
sex-, sexi- (prefix denoting six)sexa-
Sexagesima (Sunday)sexagesimo (litur)
sixth (musical interval; fencing position)sexto
sextant (instrument); Sextant, Sextans (constellation)sextanto
sextetsexteto (muz)
sextic (n.)sextiko (matem)
sextillion (million raised to the sixth power)sextiliono
sexsexuo (biol)
sesame, til, teelsezamo (pl)
season (of the year)sezono
sphacelussfacelo (morbo)
sphenoid (adj.)sfenoida (anat)
sphenoid (anat.; geom.)sfenoido
spheresfero (geom)
spheroidsferoido (geom)
spherometersferometro (instr)
sphinctersfintero (anat)
sphinx (also fig.)sfinxo
shahsha»
pattern (outline for making something)shablono
shabrack, shabracque, saddle-clothshabrako (milit)
shaft, staff, long handleshafto
shagreen (leather)shagrino
to check (in chess)shakar {tr} (ludl)
jackalshakalo (mamif)
shaft, pit (of a mine)shakto
shawlshalo (vesto)
pipe or tube (of straw, reed, glass or metal, as used for sucking up liquids), straw (#); chemist's blow-pipe; shawm, shalm (reed instrument); shepherd'sshalmo
shallotshaloto (pl)
shallop, dinghyshalupo (batelo)
to be ashamedshamar {ntr} [pri, pro, de]
fire clayshamoto (min)
to shampooshampunar {tr}
to stagger, totter, waver (also fig.)shancelar {ntr} [pro, de]
fur cap, chapka, czapka, schapskashapko
charadesharado (lud)
shark (fish)sharko (fisho)
charlatan, quacksharlatano
scarf; sash; sling (for the arm, etc.)sharpo
lint (surg.)sharpio (kir)
sheikh, sheiksheiko
shackle (attachment link of a chain etc.)sheklo (mek)
shell (of an egg), peel, rindshelo
slide-valve (in steam engine); sluice-gate (for water)shibro (tekn)
ragshifono
to use tricks and artifice; quibble, wrangle, pettifogshikanar {tr} [pri, pro]
chicanery, sharp practice; quibbling, wranglingshikano
shield (for protection)shildo (milit)
shillingshilling»
shingle (wooden tile)shindolo
hamshinko
to shelter, shieldshirmar {tr} [de]
shirtingshirting»
to strike against; shock (mentally)shokar {tr}
to push along, shoveshovar {tr}
shovelshovelo
excessively patriotic, chauvinisticshovina
chauvinist, jingoshovino
chauvinism, exaggerated patriotismshovineso
shrapnelshrapnelo (armo)
shoeshuo (vesto)
overshoe, galosh (#)surshuo
shouldershultro (anat)
shunt (elec.)shunto (elek)
blind, shuttershutro
te, ti, si (seventh note of the diatonic scale)si (muz)
si, seventh note of diatonic scalesi» (muz)
SiamSiam (lando)
Siamese (native of Siam)Siamano
sybarite (adj.), sybariticsibarita
sybarite (person devoted to luxury)sibarito
SiberiaSiberia (lando)
Siberian (n.)Siberiano
sibyl, Sibylsibilo
SicilySicilia (lando)
Sicilian (person)Siciliano
to sit (be sitting); (fig.) lie, reside (of things)sidar {ntr}
to sit down, take a seatsideskar
siderealsiderala
sienna (earth, pigment)Siena-tero
syenitesienito (min)
Sierra LeoneSierra Leone (lando)
to sleep in the afternoonsiestar {ntr}
syphilissifiliso (morbo)
to whistlesiflar {tr/ntr}
siphon, syphonsifono (aparato)
cigarsigaro
cigarettesigareto
sigillaria (genus of fossil trees)sigilario
to affix a seal to; (fig.) seal upsiglar {tr}
sealing waxsiglo-vaxo (subs)
sign (natural or artificial), mark (indication)signo
to signalsignalar {tr}
to sign (put one's name to)signatar {tr}
to mean, signifysignifikar {tr}
dry (adj.)sika
sicklesiklo
sycamoresikomoro (arb)
silosilo
syllablesilabo (fonetiko)
silene, ~catchfly, campion (Silene)sileno (pl)
to be silent (not to make a noise)silencar {ntr}
silencesilenco
to silencesilencigar
syllepsissilepso (retor)
silex; flint (variety of quartz)silexo (min)
SilesiaSilezia (lando)
Silesian (n.)Sileziano
sylphsilfo (mitol)
silicasilico (kem)
siliconsiliko (elem)
silicatesilikato (kem)
silicic acidsilikat-acido (kem)
siliconesilikono (subs)
siliqua, siliquesiliquo (bot)
silksilko
silkwormsilko-raupo (insekto)
syllogismsilogismo (log)
syllogistic (n.), syllogisticssilogistiko (log)
silhouettesilueto
silurid, catfish, fish of the family Siluridaesiluro (fisho)
Siluriansiluriana (geol)
forest of full-grown, lofty treessilvo
sylvan (wood-god); Silvanus, Sylvanus (wood deity)silvano (mitol)
warbler (bird)silvio (ucelo)
symbiosissimbioso (biol)
symbolsimbolo
symmetricalsimetra
symphysis (type of joint)simfizo (anat)
symphonysimfonio (muz)
simian (monkey or ape)simio (mamif)
similar, like, alikesimila
to practise simonysimoniar {ntr}
simonysimonio
to sympathise with (someone)simpatiar {tr}
to sympathise mutuallyinter-simpatiar
sympathetic (physiol.)simpatika (fiziol)
simple, uncomplicated, not complex; plain, unadornedsimpla
symplastsimplasto (biol)
symptom (med. & fig.)simptomo
to simulatesimular {tr}
co-equal, common (belonging equally), jointsimultana
simultaneous equationsimultana equaciono
intimate place, internal part, close or secret receptacle, bosom (fig.), heart (fig.: centre), womb (fig.)sino (anat)
synagoguesinagogo
mustard (plant)sinapo (pl)
mustard plaster, sinapismsinapismo
synapsesinapso (biol)
synarthrosissinartroso (anat)
sinceresincera
syndic (person who transacts business for others); administrative assignee (of an insolvent's estate)sindiko
syndicate (group formed to promote members' economic interests)sindikato
syndromesindromo (patol)
synecdochesinekdoko (retor)
sinecuresinekuro
synergidsinergido (biol)
eachsingla
singlysingle
each one (person), each (pron.)singlu
to sobsinglutar {ntr}
singular (not plural)singulara
singular number (gram.)singularo (gram)
Eminence, Excellencysinioro
noble lady, Ladysiniorino
lord, seignior, seigneur, sire (of rulers), sir (of lords)siniorulo
left (adj.), left-hand, (nav.) portsinistra
to sink, settle, subsidesinkar {tr/ntr}
to swoon; syncopatesinkopar {ntr}
syncope (gram., mus., med.)sinkopo
syncretismsinkretismo (filoz)
syncretismsinkretismo (filoz)
syncretistsinkretisto (filoz)
synchronous (phys., math.)sinkrona
synodsinodo (rel)
synodicsinodika (astron)
synonymoussinonima (ling)
synoptic, synopticalsinoptika
synoviasinovio (anat)
(one-way) direction (e.g. A to B, or B to A, but not both)sinso
syntacticssintaktiko (matem)
syntaxsintaxo (gram)
to synthesisesintezar {tr}
in tune, tuned (electronics)sintona (elektrn)
syntonysintoneso (elektrn)
to tune (electronics)sintonigar (elektrn)
tuning (electronic)sintonigo (elektrn)
bend (not sharp), winding (as of road or river)sinuo
sinus (anat.); sine (math.)sinuso
sinusitissinusito (morbo)
sine curve, sinusoidsinusoido
sir; madamsioro
Mrs, Miss, madam, lady (woman)siorino
Mister, Mr, sir, gentleman (man)siorulo
siren (myth. & fig.; powerful whistle; acoustical instrument)sireno
hover fly (type of), flower fly (Syrphus)sirfo (insekto)
SyriaSiria (lando)
Syrian (person)Siriano
Syriac (dialect)Siriaka (ling)
syringesiringo
siroccosiroko (meteor)
syrupsiropo (subs)
sixsis
to hisssisar {ntr}
earthquakesismo (geol)
seismographsismografo (instr)
seismologysismologio (cienco)
seismometersismometro (instr)
seismoscopesismoskopo (instr)
systemsistemo
systematicssistematiko
systole (fiziol., gram.)sistolo
sistrumsistro
bucketsitelo
to site, place, locate, seatsituar {tr}
situationsitueso
sieve, sifter; strainersivo
whether; eithersive
whether ... or whether; either ... orsive sive {konj}
to seize, grab; (fig.) grasp (e.g. an opportunity)sizar {tr}
syzygysizigio (astron)
footstoolskabelo (moblo)
scabies, itch; mangeskabio (morbo)
scabious (plant)skabioso (pl)
diving suit (with helmet, etc.)skafandro (aparato)
ladder; scale (measuring, musical, etc.)skalo
dial (graduated plate)skalo-plako
scalar (math.)skalaro (matem)
scalene (geom.)skalena (geom)
shell (as of an oyster or tortoise)skalio (zool)
to scalpskalpar {tr}
scalpelskalpelo
scammony (plant; gum resin)skamoneo
to scan (of verse)skandar {tr}
to scandalise, shock and offendskandalar {tr} [per]
to be scandalisedskandalesar
ScandinaviaSkandinavia (lando)
Scandinavian (person)Skandinaviano
shoulder blade, scapula, omoplateskapulo (anat)
scapular, scapulary (relig.)skapulario
scarab (beetle), scarabaeid, scarabaeanskarabeo (insekto)
Scaramouch (comic character)skaramucho
to scarify (surg.)skarifikar {tr} (kir)
scarlet (adj.)skarlata (koloro)
scarlet (n.)skarlato (koloro)
scarlet fever, scarlatinaskarlatino (morbo)
to (engage in a) skirmishskarmuchar {ntr} (milit)
scarceskarsa
skat (card game)skat» (lud)
skeletonskeleto (anat)
schema, schematic (n.), chart, diagramskemo
hank, skeinskeno
one of the threads of a skeinskenuno
sceptical, (US) skepticalskeptika
scepticism, (US) skepticismskeptikismo (filoz)
scherzoskerco (muz)
to fenceskermar {ntr}
to skatesketar {ntr}
skiskio
to skiski-kurar, -glitar
scirrhusskiro (patol)
to sketch, outlineskisar {tr}
schismskismo
schistskisto (min)
Scythian (n.)Skito
ScythiaSkitia (lando)
schizophreniaskizofrenio (morbo)
slavesklavo
sclerosisskleroso (patol)
sclera, sclerotic (n.)sklerotiko (anat)
school (educational establishment; group of disciples)skolo
technical school, trade school, polytechnicapliko-skolo
scholastic (adj.)skolastika
scholastic (n.), schoolmanskolastiko (filoz)
scholasticismskolastikismo
scholion, scholiumskolio
scholiast, annotatorskoliasto
centipede, scolopendraskolopendro (animalo)
purpose, aim, objective, intentionskopo
scops owlskopso (ucelo)
scurvy (n.)skorbuto (morbo)
slag, drossskorio (subs)
scorpionskorpiono (animalo)
ScorpioSkorpiono (astron)
scorzonera, black salsifyskorzonero (pl)
Scot, ScotsmanSkoto
ScotlandSkotia (lando)
schottishskotisho (danso)
cannon-sponge, cannon-swabskovelo
to scratch, clawskrachar {tr} [per]
to scrape (off), abradeskrapar {tr}
screenskreno
to write, write outskribar {tr}
writing (act)skribo
to scrawl, scribbleskribachar
what is written, something writtenskribajo
writing instrument, thing to write withskribilo
pad to write onskribkuseno
typewriterskribmashino
writing (result)skriburo
to typewritemashin-skribar
to write (literature), "author"skriptar {ntr}
scrofulaskrofulo (morbo)
scrotumskroto (anat)
screwskrubo (mek)
nut (for a screw)skrubino (mek)
scruple, qualmskrupulo
escutcheon (shield with coat-of-arms), (by extension) shield-shaped plaque bearing a coat-of-arms or similar; scudo (old Italian silver coin)skudo
to sculpt, carveskultar {tr}
schooner (ship)skunero (batelo)
to scour, scrubskurar {tr}
squirrel, tree squirrelskurelo (mamif)
slalomslalomo
slime, silt, oozeslamo (subs)
to speak slangslangar
slangslango
Slav (n.)Slavo
SlavoniaSlavonia (lando)
noose, loopslingo
slip (of a screw-propellor)slipo (mek)
sloganslogano
SlovakiaSlovakia (lando)
SloveniaSlovenia (lando)
sloopslupo (batelo)
lock (of a waterway)sluzo (aparato)
smalt (glass, powder)smalto
emeraldsmeraldo
emerysmerilo (subs)
to snap, snatch with the teeth or beaksnapar {tr}
to sniffsniflar {tr/ntr}
snobsnobo
snorkel (device for air)snorkelo (aparato)
to snort, blow through the nose (of horses)snortar {ntr}
moderate, sobersobra
society (in general), community (people in a locality)socio
socialismsocialismo (doktrino)
socialist (n.)socialisto
society (club, association)societo
member of a society (club)societano
sociologistsociologo
sociologysociologio (cienco)
sausagesociso
washing soda, sodium carbonatesodo (kem)
to commit sodomysodomiar {ntr}
sodomysodomio
sofasofao (moblo)
sophismsofismo
sophistsofisto
sophistrysofistiko
soffitsofito (arkit)
sock (ploughshare, US: plowshare)soko
socle, plinthsoklo (arkit)
to come to the aid of when in danger, succour, (US) succursokursar {tr}
sol, so, soh (fifth note of the diatonic scale)sol» (muz)
alone, sithout comapny, sole, only (adj.)sola
solitudesoleso
solo (music)solo (muz)
soloistsolisto
nightshadesolano (pl)
to soldersoldar {tr}
soldier, troopersoldato (milit)
sole (fish)soleo (fisho)
solecismsolecismo
solemnsolena
solenoidsolenoido (elek)
to name, sing, or hum each note ofsolfejar {tr} (muz)
sill, threshold (also fig.)solio (arkit)
to solicit (request earnestly)solicitar {tr} [pri]
solid (not liquid; geom.); (fig.) firm, soundsolida
solid (n.)solido
solidary (jointly and severally responsible or liable; binding upon every one)solidara
conjointly, jointly and severallysolidare
solidarity, joint responsibility; (fig.) coherence, fellowship, community of interestssolidareso
to make jointly liable; unite the interests ofsolidarigar
soliped (adj.), solipedoussolipeda (zool)
soliped (n.)solipedo
solitary (of a place or person), deserted (of a place), isolated from others (of a person)solitara
solitaire (game; gem)solitero
solsticesolstico (astron)
to solve (a problem etc); loosen (of a solute)solvar {tr}
solvent (financially)solventa (financ)
Somali (person)Somalo
SomalilandSomali-lando (lando)
SomaliaSomalia (lando)
soma (biol.)somato (biol)
sombrerosombrero (vesto)
summersomero
summit (highest point)somito
somnambulant (adj.)somnambula
somnambulism, somnambulancesomnambuleso
sleepwalker, somnambulist, somnamulator, somnambulesomnambulo
to be drowsy, be sleepysomnolar {ntr}
to be overpoweringly sleepysomnolegar
to sound (emit a sound), strike (of a clock)sonar {ntr}
sound, ring, strikingsono
small bell (as used on the harness of horses)sonalio
sonatasonato (muz)
to sound (measure depth), fathom, probe (also fig.)sondar {tr}
sonnetsoneto (poez)
to dream (while asleep)sonjar {ntr}
sow thistlesonko (pl)
sonorous, resonantsonora
bearing (mech.)soporto (mek)
soprano, treble (voice or person)soprano
sock (light shoe used by actors in ancient comedy)soquo (vesto)
sorb apple (fruit of a tree of the genus Sorbus such as rowan, sorb or service tree)sorbo (frukto)
service tree, sorb; whitebeam; rowan, (European) mountain ash; (genus: Sorbus)sorbiero (arb)
sorbetsorbeto
to practise sorcery; bewitchsorcar {tr/ntr}
dirty, sordid, soiled; (fig.) nasty, foulsordida
mute (music), sordinosordino
to take care of, look aftersorgar {tr}
care, attentionsorgo
carefulsorgema
sorghum, Indian milletsorgumo (pl)
sorites (logic)sorito (log)
sort, kindsorto
to sighsospirar {ntr}
sou: twentieth part of a francsou»
wild, savage (untamed); (fig.) fiercesovaja
Soviet UnionSoviet-Uniono (lando)
double, counterpart (someone extremely alike in appearance to another)sozio
spacespaco
spadespado
spadixspadico (bot)
spahi, spaheespahi»
chip (of wood, etc.)spano
spanielspanielo (mamif)
timber, rib (in the frame of a ship)spanto (nav)
window-sash fasteningspanyoleto (mek)
to save (for future use), put by; be frugalsparar {tr/ntr} (pek)
sticking plaster, (US) adhesive tape (for a superficial wound)sparadrapo (farm)
sparrow hawksparviero (ucelo)
spasmspasmo (medic)
spar (mineral)spato (min)
spatulaspatulo
species; (fig.) kindspeco
specific (relating to a particular thing)specifika
specific (n.)specifiko
specimen, samplespecimeno
mirrorspegulo
to look at, see (as a spectator)spektar {tr}
spectacle, performance (theatrical, etc.), pageantspektaklo
spectrumspektro (fizk)
spectroscopespektroskopo (aparato)
spectroscopyspektroskopio (cienco)
to speculate (philos.; fin.), theorisespekular {ntr} [pri]
speleology, spelaeologyspeleologio (cienco)
spelt (bot.)spelto (pl)
spencer (short coat)spencero (vesto)
to spend, expend (money, effort, time, etc.)spensar {tr}
spurrey, spurryspergulo (pl)
spermspermo (biol)
spermacetispermaceto (biokem)
spermasterspermastero (biol)
spermatidspermatido (biol)
spermatocytespermatocito (biol)
spermatophorespermatoforo (biol)
spermatogenesis, spermatogenyspermatogenezo (biol)
spermatogoniumspermatogonio (biol)
spermatorrhoea, spermatorrheaspermatoreo (patol)
spermatozoid; spermatozoonspermatozoido
spermiespermio (biol)
sperminespermino (biokem)
spermiogenesisspermiogenezo (biol)
spermacentrumspermocentro (biol)
spicespico
spike, ear (of corn)spiko (bot)
spine, backbonespino (anat)
spinachspinato (pl)
spindle (for thread)spindelo (mek)
spinelspinelo (min)
to spy onspionar {tr}
winding line like the threads of a screw, helixspiro
spiralspiralo (geom)
spiraea, (US) spirea, meadowsweetspireo (pl)
spiremespiremo (biol)
spirit (incorporeal being)spirito (rel)
spiritualism (doctrine or beliefs of spiritists), spiritismspiritismo (rel)
spiritualism (system opposed to materialism)spiritalismo
spit (for roasting)spiso
spleen (organ)spleno (anat)
splendid, magnificentsplendida
splenitissplenito (morbo)
to be splenetic, be in low spiritssplinar {ntr}
spleen (mood)splino
pin (as in a hinge, buckle, etc.)splinto
spillikins, spilikinssplinto-ludo (lud)
to splice (ropes)splisar {tr}
splinter, sliversplito
spokespoko (mek)
to rob, plunder, loot, despoil, pillagespoliar {tr}
spondeespondeo (verso)
spongesponjo
spontaneousspontana
sporesporo (bot)
Sporades (islands)Sporadi (lando)
sporadicsporadika
sporangiumsporangio (bot)
sporangiophoresporangioforo (biol)
spur (for riding)sporno
sporophytesporofito (biol)
sporogenesissporogenezo (biol)
to take part in sportsportar {ntr} (sporto)
sportsporto
mole (on skin); beauty spotspoto (fiziol)
spousespozo
wifespozino
husbandspozulo
sprat, brislingsprato (fisho)
to gush, splash (out)spricar {ntr}
to leap, dash, spring (up or forwards)springar {ntr}
sprout, shootsproso (bot)
to reel (wind on a spool)spular {tr}
foam, frothspumo
to spitsputar {tr}
set-squaresquadro
T-squareT-squadro
shark of the genus Squalussqualo (fisho)
scale (of a fish, etc.)squamo (zool)
to squatsquatar {ntr}
squatter (on land)squatter»
squill, sea squillsquilo (pl)
hush!, sh!, hist!st [!]
staff (military)stabo (milit)
stablestabila
stable (for animals)stablo
to stand (upright), be standingstacar {ntr}
to stand up (rise to one's feet)staceskar
station (place, building)staciono
stationary, steady, not moving or changing at the timestacionara
stadium (sports ground; ancient Greek measure of length, about 607 feet or 185 metres); stage of development (of a disease, etc.)stadio
bladder-nut (pod, fruit)stafilo (frukto)
bladder-nut (shrub)stafiliero (arb)
stavesacrestafisagro (pl)
to stagnate, be at a standstillstagnar {ntr}
hedge-nettle, woundwort (#)stakiso (pl)
steelstalo (subs)
stalagmitestalagmito
stalactitestalaktito
stamenstamino (biol)
to stamp, imprintstampar {tr}
tin (metal)stano (elem)
tin-foilstan-folio
stanzastanco (verso)
to be (well, ill etc; e.g., quale vu standas? = how are you?)standar {ntr}
state (of being), conditionstando
national flagstandardo
bar, rod, polestango
stapeliastapelio (pl)
distributing point for goods such as a seaport or large inland city, staple-mart, entrepotstaplo
to (stiffen with) starch; (fig.) stiffenstarchar {tr}
starostastarost»
to start, set going (a car, train, etc.)startar {tr/ntr}
starter (of a race)startero
state (political)stato (polit)
staticsstatiko
statistics (science)statistiko (cienco)
stand (such as a tripod, for a camera or instrument), ~tripodstativo
statolithstatolito (biol)
stator (electr.)statoro (elek)
statuestatuo
stature (standing height)staturo
statute; permanent rulestatuto (yuro)
stearin, stearine (ester), tristearinstearino (kem)
soapstone, steatitesteatito (min)
to quilt, stitch (with machine)stebar {tr}
to stick (in), drive in (something pointed); (horticulture) propagate by cuttingsstekar {tr}
cutting, slip (horticulture)stekajo
star (all senses, including fig.)stelo
constellationstelaro
starwortstelario (pl)
stele (stone), stelasteleo (arkit)
fraud in selling, stellionatestelionato (yuro)
stiltstelto
stilt walker; stilt birdsteltiero
stencil (for duplicating)stencilo
to stenograph, take down in shorthandstenografar {tr}
stentorstentoro
steppestepo (geog)
stere, cubic metre, (US) cubic meterstero (mez)
stereophonystereofonio
stenographystereografio
stereometry (measurement of solids)stereometrio
stereoscopestereoskopo (aparato)
to (make a) stereotype (of); (fig.) fix an image ofstereotipar {tr}
stereotomy (section-cutting of solids)stereotomio (geom)
barren, sterile (also fig.)sterila
dung-litter, stable manure (animal excrement and straw)sterko (subs)
dung beetle, coprophagansterko-skarabeo (insekto)
sterletsterleto (fisho)
to lay down at full length, prostratesternar {tr}
breastbone, sternumsternumo (anat)
to sneezesternutar {ntr}
steroidsteroido (biokem)
sterolsterolo (subs)
to have a death rattle; have a rattle in the throat (from respiratoy trouble)stertorar {ntr}
stethoscopestetoskopo
related by re-marriage of a parent, step-stifa
step- (prefix denoting a relationship through a second marriage. E.g. stif-patr-o: step-father)stif- {pref}
peg, pin (in hinge etc)stifto (mek)
brand (of a hot iron); stigma (also fig.)stigmato
style, tone, manner; stylus (for writing); style (botanical)stilo
stiletto (short pointed dagger)stileto (armo)
stylisticsstilistiko (liter)
stylobatestilobato (arkit)
to stimulatestimular {tr} [ad]
stipe (stalk bearing leaflets)stipo (bot)
scholarship (grant), bursarystipendio (pek)
stem (of a plant), stalkstipito (bot)
styptic (med.), haemostatic, (US) hemostaticstiptika (medic)
to stipulatestipular {tr} (yuro)
stipulestipulo
StyriaStiria (lando)
Styrian (n.)Stiriano
to stow (of a cargo)stivar {tr} (nav)
fabric, cloth, stuffstofo (stofo)
stoic, stoicalstoika
stock (commercial)stoko
stole (relig.)stolo
runner (stem), stolon (bot.)stolono (bot)
stomach (anat.)stomako (anat)
stomatitisstomatito (morbo)
stomatologystomatologio
pebble, small stonestono
to stone (hurl stones at)stonagar
to plug, stop up (a hole, bottle, etc.)stopar {tr}
stopper, plugstopilo
roller-blind. spring-blind, spring-curtainstoro
storaxstoraxo
storax tree, storax shrubstoraxiero (pl)
to stammerstoterar {ntr}
cross-eyed, squintstraba (fiziol)
streetstrado
to be stranded (also fig.); run agroundstrandar {ntr}
to throttle, stranglestrangular {tr}
strange, oddstranja
foreign, not native; (fig.) extraneousstranjera
to inflict strappado onstrapadar {tr}
strappadostrapado
paste (glass for making artificial gems); strassstraso (subs)
stratum, layerstrato
chief of an army, general (in Greek antiquity)stratego
strategystrategio
strategicalstrategiala
strategiststrategiisto (milit)
stratospherestratosfero (meteor)
dash (written), stroke; (geom.) straight linestreko
short dashstreketo
to strain (materials)strenar {tr} (mek)
streptococcusstreptokoko
narrow, strait (adj.); (fig.) limited, scantystreta
narrownessstreteso
strait (n.)marala stretajo
engraved line, stripe, groove, striastrio
to produce a strident noisestridar {ntr}
barn owlstrigo (ucelo)
currycombstriglo
to curry (a horse)striglagar
to (go on) strikestrikar {ntr}
strychninestriknino (kem)
strict, rigorousstrikta
stringer (of a ship)stringero (nav)
trouser-strap (under the foot)stripo (vestl)
stroboscopestroboskopo (aparato)
strophestrofo (poez)
to make a stroke, coup, sudden act, or move (in chess etc)strokar {ntr}
stroke (any single movement, such as in rowing), move (in a game), thrust (fencing), throw (ofstroko
single cut with scissorscizo-stroko
foolish movefola stroko
happy strike, fortunate actfortunoza stroko
treacherous actperfida stroko
stroke of a pistonpiston-stroko
stroke of a penplum-stroko
cast of a netreto-stroko
juvenile trick, youthful actyunesala stroko
strontiumstroncio (elem)
strap, sling (for cargo, etc.)stropo
ostrichstrucho (ucelo)
structure, manner of constructionstrukturo
goitre, (US) goiter, struma (#)strumo (morbo)
student, undergraduatestudento
to study (something, or about something)studiar {tr/ntr}
to cook in a closed vessel, stewstufar {tr} (koquo)
stuccostuko
chair (seat with a back)stulo (moblo)
foolish, sillystulta
stump (of a tree, limb, etc.); core (of an apple); stubstumpo
to stunt (growth)stuntar {tr}
tow (prepared fibres of flax, hemp or jute); (tech.) packing (of a piston, etc.)stupo
stupidstupida
to be in a stuporstuporar {ntr}
(common) sturgeon, Atlantic sturgeonsturgo (fisho)
to storm (be stormy)sturmar {imp} (meteor)
storm (with thunder & lightning)sturmo (meteor)
starlingsturno (ucelo)
hot room; steam room; drying roomstuvo (aparato)
(reflex. pron., 3rd person, sing. or plur.) herself, himself, itself, oneself, themselvessu {pron}
(reflex. poss. pron.) her own, his own, its own, one's own, their ownsua
to commit suicide, intentionally kill oneselfsuocidar
SwabiaSuabia (lando)
Swabian (n.)Suabiano
under, beneath, belowsub {prep}
below (adv.)sube
saucersubtaso
suburb, outskirts (of a town or city)suburbo
suburbansuburbala
suburbanite (n.)suburbano
subalternsubalterna (milit)
to undergo, enduresubisar {tr}
suddensubita
subject (gram., log.)subjekto
subjunctivesubjuntivo (gram)
sublimesublima
to sublime (change from solid to gas and back)sublimar {tr} (kem)
sublimatesublimato (kem)
to submerge (under water)submersar {tr}
to subdue, subjugatesubmisar {tr}
to tendersubmisionar {ntr} [pri]
to subordinate, subjectsubordinar {tr} [ad]
to bribe; subornsubornar {tr} (pek)
supercargosubrekargo
to obtain surreptitiouslysubreptar {tr} (yuro)
subreptionsubrepto
soubrettesubreto (teatro)
to surrogate, subrogatesubrogar {tr} (yuro)
to subsidisesubsidiar {tr} [pro, pri] (pek)
substancesubstanco
nounsubstantivo (gram)
to substitute (something or someone in place of another)substitucar {tr} [ulo ad ulo, ulu ad ulu]
deputy magistrate, surrogate (person)substituto
to subsumesubsumar {tr}
subterfugesubterfujo
subtlesubtila
to subsidisesubvencionar {tr} (pek)
to subvertsubversar {tr}
to come after, follow in ordersucedar {tr}
to succeed (be successful)sucesar {ntr} [pri]
to be concerned about, be anxious about, care aboutsuciar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
ambersucino
southsudo (geog)
South AfricaSudafrika (lando)
SudanSudan (lando)
Sudanese (n.)Sudanano
sudarium; shroudsudario (antiq)
sweat, perspirationsudoro (subs)
SwedishSueda
SwedeSuedo
SwedenSuedia (lando)
to suffice, be sufficientsuficar {} [ad, por, pri]
suffixsufixo (gram)
to blow, blow upon; prompt (theatre); huff (draughts, checkers)suflar {tr/ntr}
soufflésufleo
to suffocate, stiflesufokar {tr/ntr}
to suffer, be afflicted; suffer from, be afflicted withsufrar {tr/ntr} [ulo; de, pro]
suffragan (bishop)sufragano (rel)
suffrage (short prayer)sufrajio (litur)
suffusionsufuziono (patol)
to sucksugar {tr}
to suggest, intimatesugestar {tr} [ad]
Swiss (n.)Suiso
SwitzerlandSuisia (lando)
Swiss (n.)Suisiano
juicesuko (subs)
to succumbsukombar {ntr} [ad]
sugarsukro
sugar canesukro-kano (pl)
marsh-mallow pastesukro-pasto
succubussukubo (teol)
to shake, shake off, joltsukusar {tr}
(the) soil, earth, groundsulo (subs)
sulphur, sulfur, brimstonesulfo (elem)
sulphate, (US) sulfatesulfato (kem)
sulphide, (US) sulfidesulfido (kem)
sulphite, (US) sulfitesulfito (kem)
furrow, rutsulko
sultansultano (polit)
sultana (dried white seedless grape)sultaneno (frukto)
sum, amount, total (math.)sumo (matem)
sumach (tree), (US) sumacsumako (arb)
summary (performed quickly and without formality)sumaria
SumatraSumatra (lando)
to subpoena, summonsumnar {tr} [pri] (yuro)
sunsuno (astron)
sunflowersunfloro (pl)
sunstrokesunfrapo
Sundaysundio
sun-dewsunroso (pl)
sole (of a shoe, etc.)suolo
soupsupo
over, above (also fig.)super {prep}
higher, uppersupera
over, above (adv.)supere
to be over, be above, surpasssuper-esar
conceited, supercilioussuperba
superfluoussuperflua
superior (adj.: social, hierarchical)superiora
superiority (social, hierarchical)superioreso
superior (n.)superioro
superlativesuperlativo (gram)
supernovasupernovo (astron)
supernumerary (person)supernumerario
superstitionsuperstico
supine, verbal nounsupino (gram)
to supplant (remove and take the place of)suplantar {tr}
to make up for (the absence of); take the place of (temporarily)suplear {tr}
supplementsuplemento
to beseech, implore, entreatsuplikar {tr} [pri, pro]
to support (lit., fig.), bear the weight ofsuportar {tr}
to suppose, assume (take for granted)supozar {tr}
suppositorysupozitorio (medic)
top (highest up in space or degree)supra
on top, on high, aloft; (fig.) upstairssupre
to suppresssupresar {tr}
on, upon, on top of; (arith.) divided bysur {prep}
onto (with motion)ad-sur
surnamesurnomo
tooth grown over another, projecting toothsur-dento (anat)
overstocking, overhosesur-kalzo (vesto)
outgrowth, excrescencesur-kreskajo
oversleevesur-maniko (vestl)
overshoesur-shuo (vesto)
calf (of leg)suro (anat)
deafsurda
deaf and dumbsurda-muta
stone-deafsurdega, stone surda
surrealsureala
surface, outside; (fig.) appearancesurfaco
SurinamSurinam (lando)
whipstitch, overcast stitchsurjeto
sauerkrautsurkruto
to overdrive, overtax, overstrain (a horse, one's strength by work, one's brain by study, etcc)surmenar {tr}
red mullet, (US) goatfishsurmuleto (fisho)
substitute, surrogate (thing, not person); (med.) succedaneumsurogato (subs)
surplicesurpliso
to surprise, take unawaressurprizar {tr}
overcoat, greatcoatsurtuto (vesto)
to watch over, superintendsurveyar {tr}
to subscribe (contribute a definite sum to an undertaking)suskriptar {tr} [pri] (pek)
to suspect, distrustsuspektar {tr}
to suspend, hang up (physical sense: hold or attach so as to hang)suspendar {tr}
to suspend (hold in abeyance or postpone)suspensar {tr}
suspension (of a vehicle, etc.)suspensiono (mek)
suspensoriumsuspensoro (biol)
suspensory (bandage)suspensorio (kir)
to sustain, propsustenar {tr}
to subtractsustracionar {tr} (matem)
to abstract (remove quietly), appropriate (fraudulently); purloin, embezzlesustraktar {tr} [de]
to whisper, murmur (also fig.)susurar {tr} [ulo, ad]
to sew, stitchsutar {tr}
cassock, soutanesutano (vesto)
souvenir, memento; (-i) memorabiliasuveniro
sovereign (adj.)suverena (polit)
sovereign (n.)suvereno (polit)
suzerainsuzereno (polit)
swab (for cleaning decks, floors)swabro
to switch (a machine, light etc. on or off; en-swichar: switch on; ek-swichar: switch off; swichilo: switch)swichar {tr} (elek)
synapsis (biol.)synapsis» (biol)
syncytium (multinucleate cell)syncytium» (biol)
that, those (adj.)ta (= ita)
tobaccotabako
gadfly, horseflytabano (insekto)
flat surface for writing etc; table (of data)tabelo
tabernacletabernaklo (rel)
feast of the tabernaclestabernaklo-festo (rel)
tabestabeto (morbo)
table (furniture)tablo (moblo)
dashboardtablero
tabootabuo
shelf (for books, etc.)tabulo (arkit)
shelvingtabularo
slab (as of chocolate, etc.)tabuleto
tabulatortabulatoro
stool (seat without back)tabureto (moblo)
to say nothing, be mum; say nothing abouttacar {tr/ntr}
taffetatafto (stofo)
tag ((metallic) point at end of string or lace)tago
aiguillette (as worn by soldiers, or on livery)tago-kordono
cleat (on a ship for fastening rope; strengthening piece as in woodwork)tako
to write in tachygraphy, write in shorthand (especially as used by ancient Greeks or Romans)takigrafar {tr}
tachygraphytakigrafo
tachygraph, tachygrapher, tachygrafisttakigrafero
tachometertakimetro (instr)
tachometrytakimetrio
sense of touch; (fig.) tacttakto
tacticstaktiko
such (of that kind), such liketala
so, in such a manner, thustale
thallustalo (bot)
(GB) thalassaemia, (US) thalassemiatalasemio (morbo)
talenttalento
to cut (out), trim, prune, shapetaliar {tr}
retaliation (in law)taliono (yuro)
law of retaliation, lex talionislego di taliono
tailortalioro
talisman; mascottalismano
talctalko (kem)
thallophytetalofito (bot)
heel (of foot or shoe)talono
mole (animal)talpo (mamif)
slope, declivity; embankment; talus (fortif.)taluso
thalweg, talweg (both meanings)talvego
as (in comparison), so (followed by an adj.)tam
as ... as (e.g., tam granda kam)tam kam
tamarind (fruit)tamarindo (frukto)
tamarind treetamarindiero (arb)
tamarisktamarisko (arb)
drumtamburo (muzin)
tambourine (shallow drum with bells)mi-tamburo (muzin)
big drumtamburego (muzin)
tambour (a small and long snare drum)tamburino (muzin)
however, neverthelesstamen {konj}
to tamp (as with a hammer), ram (as with a pile-driver, rammer)tampar {tr}
tampon, plugtampono
gong, tam-tamtamtamo (muzin)
tan (oak bark or similar used for tanning)tano (subs)
to tan (leather)tanagar {tr}
tannerytanagerio
tansytanaceto (pl)
at last, eventuallytandem {adv}
tandem (adv.), in tandem (one behind the other)tandeme
tandem bicycletandem-biciklo
carriage with horses in tandemtandem-veturo
to heave, pitch (of a boat or ship)tangar {ntr} (nav)
tangentialtangenta (geom)
tangent (line)tangento (geom)
tannintanino (subs)
tank (container or vehicle)tanko
so much, so manytanta
so (followed by an adjective or adverb)tante
proportional parttantimo
Tantalean, TantalianTantalala
Tantalus cupTantal-vazo (fizk)
tantalumtantalo (elem)
TanzaniaTanzania (lando)
to tap (cut a female screw thread in)tapar {tr} (mek)
tap borer, screw-taptapilo
tapestrytapeto
tapiocatapiokao
tapirtapiro (mamif)
carpet (or similar floor covering)tapiso
small carpet, rugtapiseto
(fancy) table covertablo-tapiso
to percuss (as in massage); tap (knock gently)tapotar {tr}
tare (weight)taro
tarantellatarantelo
tarantulatarantulo (insekto)
late, tardytarda
late (adv.)tarde
to be late, be behindhandtardesar
to become belated; get behindhandtardeskar
to retard, delay, put off, protract, spin outtardigar
tardigrade (used as a modifier)tardigrada (zool)
water bear, tardigradetardigrado
tariff, table of pricestarifo
siskintarino (ucelo)
targe (type of shield or buckler)tarjo (milit)
tarlatantarlatano (stofo)
tarottaroko (lud)
tarsus (bones of ankle and heel)tarso (anat)
(fruit) tarttarto
tartan (design)tartano
tartan (vessel), tartanetartan-navo (batelo)
tartan (fabric)tartan-stofo (stofo)
TartarusTartaro (mitol)
tartar (deposit from wine; deposit on teeth)tartaro (subs)
Tartuffe, Tartufe, hypocrite who pretends to be religiousTartufo
cuptaso
task, jobtasko
TasmaniaTasmania (lando)
Tasmanian (n.)Tasmaniano
to grope, fumbletastar {ntr}
Tatar (person), "Tartar"Tataro
Tatary, "Tartary"Tataria (lando)
to tattoo (skin)tatuar {tr}
thaumaturgisttaumaturgo
thaumaturgytaumaturgio (arto)
TaurusTauro (astron)
bull (animal)tauro (mamif)
tautochronoustautokrona
tautochronetautokrono
tautologytautologio
public house, taverntaverno
to assess tax payable on, charge a duty on (something)taxar {tr} [ye] (pek)
taxitaxio (veturo)
taxidermytaxidermio
taximetertaximetro (aparato)
yew (tree)taxuso (arb)
waisttayo (anat)
Te DeumTe Deum» (rel)
tea (leaves; infusion)teo
tea bushteiero (pl)
teapotte-krucho
teacupte-taso
tea rosete-rozo
theatre, (US) theaterteatro
play (theatrical)teatrajo
theatricalteatrala
desert, lonely solitudetebaido
to bore; (fig.) wearytedar {tr}
to cover (as with a cloth, bedspread, tarpaulin, etc)tegar {tr}
(roof) tiletegulo (arkit)
to tile (a roof)tegulizar
integument, tegumenttegumento
theismteismo (rel)
theistteisto (rel)
teak (tree)teko (arb)
teak (wood)tek-ligno (ligno)
techniquetekniko
technologyteknologio (cienco)
roof; top (of car or carriage)tekto (arkit)
linen (cloth or fabric)telo (stofo)
to telephone ((something) to someone)telefonar {tr} [ulo ad ulu]
telegonytelegonio (biol)
to telegraph (something to someone)telegrafar {tr} [ulo ad ulu]
telegramtelegramo
telecommunication(s)telekomuniko
teleologyteleologio (biol)
telepathytelepatio
telescopeteleskopo
to telescopeteleskopumar
television (process)televiziono
telluriumteluro (elem)
topic, subject, themetemo
theme (in music); root, stem (of word)temato
rash, recklesstemerara
time (duration); tense (of a verb); tempo (mus.)tempo
from time to time, now and then, at timestempope
to temper, mitigate, moderate (also mus.)temperar {tr}
tempering, moderation (act), mitigationtempero
temperament (of persons)temperamento
idiosyncracytemperamento partikulara
temperaturetemperaturo (fizk)
to blow a gale, blow violently (weather); (fig.) make a great noise, rage, blustertempestar {ntr}
gale, tempest, violent stormtempesto (meteor)
tempestuous; (fig.) boisteroustempestoza
temple (building)templo
temple (part of the head)temporo (anat)
temporal bonetemporala osto (anat)
to temporise (wait for an opportune time)temporisar {ntr}
to (paint in) distempertemprar {tr} (arto)
to holdtenar {tr}
bearing, carriage (of a person)su-teno
tenacioustenaca
plierstenalio
thenar, ball (of hand or foot)tenaro (anat)
tenchtencho (fisho)
tenttendo
to tend, be inclinedtendencar {ntr} [ad]
tendon, sinewtendino (anat)
tender (of a locomotive)tendro (veturo)
(the) dark, darkness, gloomtenebro
dark, gloomytenebroza
tender-hearted, kindtenera
tenia, taenia (type of tapeworm)tenio (animalo)
tennisteniso (lud)
tenontenono (tekn)
tenortenoro
to strain (draw taut), stretch, tense (also fig.); cock (a gun); wind up (a clock)tensar {tr}
tensor (math.)tensoro (matem)
to tempt, enticetentar {tr}
feeler, tentacletentakulo (zool)
fine (thin and long), thin (fine), tenuoustenua
theodicyteodiceo
theodoliteteodolito
theogonyteogonio (teol)
theocratteokrato
theocracyteokratio
divine (of virtues)teologala (teol)
theologyteologio (rel)
theorbo, archluteteorbo (muzin)
theoremteoremo
theoryteorio
theosophyteozofio
tepaltepalo (bot)
tepid, lukewarmtepida
hothouse (for plants), greenhouseteplico
earth; Earthtero
tera- (million million)tera- (mez)
terra cotta, baked clayterakoto (subs)
therapeuticsterapio (medic)
terrariumterario
terrace (flat area)teraso (arkit)
teratogenyteratogenezo (biol)
teratology (study)teratologio
terbiumterbio (elem)
1/60 of a second (astron., math.); tierce (mus., cards, fencing)terco
tercerontercerono
tercet, terzetta (poetry); terzetto, trio (music)terceto (verso)
tertian (fever)terciana (patol)
tertiaryterciara
terebinthterebinto (arb)
terrain, plot of landtereno
theriac, theriacateriako (farm)
terrier (dog)teriero (mamif)
tureenterino
territoryteritorio
thermal spa, hot springtermo
term (grammar, math.); boundary; terminus, farthest pointtermino
termitetermito (insekto)
thermodynamicstermodinamiko
thermoelectricitytermoelektro (fizk)
thermograph (recording thermometer)termografo
thermochemistrytermokemio
thermology, science of heattermologio
thermometertermometro (instr)
thermometrytermometrio (fizk)
thermoscopetermoskopo
thermostattermostato (aparato)
thermotaxistermotaktismo (biol)
thermotherapytermoterapio (medic)
thermotropismtermotropismo (biol)
ternary (math.)ternara (matem)
form having three variables (math.)terniono (matem)
to be terrified, be (badly) frightenedterorar {ntr} [pro, pri]
terror, frightteroro
turpentine (oleoresin)terpentino
terrepleinterpleno (fortif)
ThessalyTesalia (lando)
Thessalian (n.)Tesaliano
witness (someone called to testify)testo
testaceous (covered with a hard shell)testacea (zool)
testaceous animaltestaceo (zool)
to make one's willtestamentar {ntr} (yuro)
headstall (of a bridle)testiero
testicletestikulo (anat)
testosteronetestosterono (biokem)
to have tetanustetanar {ntr} (patol)
tetanus, lockjawtetano (morbo)
tetradtetrado (biol)
tetrahedrontetraedro (geom)
tetrahedroidtetraedroido (geom)
tetragontetragono (geom)
tetralogytetralogio
tetrarchtetrarko
tetrarchy, tetrarchate (state)tetrarkeso
tetrarchy (domain)tetrarkio (polit)
black grousetetraso (ucelo)
tetrasporetetrasporo (biol)
theurgyteurgio
theurgic, theurgicalteurgiala
theurgistteurgiisto
to weavetexar {tr}
texttexto
thesis, propositiontezo
those (pron.), those onesti (= iti)
tiaratiaro (vesto)
TibetTibet (lando)
Tibetan (person)Tibetano
tibia, shin bonetibio (anat)
TicinoTicino (lando)
typhus (fever)tifo (morbo)
typhoidtifoido (morbo)
typhoontifono (meteor)
thigmotropismtigmotropismo (biol)
tigertigro (mamif)
Tigre (adj.), TigreanTigreana
to have a tic or twitch (also fig.)tikar {ntr}
to go tic-tac, tick (as a clock)tiktakar {ntr}
tick (as of a clock)tiktako
ticking (as of a clock)tiktakado
until, till (in time); to, up to, as far as (in space)til {prep}
until (conj.)til ke
tilburytilburi» (veturo)
tildetildo
linden, lime (tree), (US) basswoodtilio (arb)
to fear (for a reason), be apprehensivetimar {tr}
timbal, kettledrumtimbalo (muzin)
clock bell; hand bell (without a loose clapper but struck by a hammer as in a clock)timbro (mek)
thymetimiano (pl)
timid; shy, bashfultimida
shaft (as used singly, to harness two horses to a vehicle)timono (tekn)
tympanum, eardrum; dulcimertimpano
thymustimuso (anat)
tub, water cask; firkin (for butter)tino
amadou; (fig.) tindertindro (subs)
agaric, touchwoodtindro-fungo (fungo)
moth of the family Tinea, including clothes mothtineo (insekto)
ringworm (especially of the scalp); scald-head; lavus; tinea capitistinio (morbo)
to toll (of a bell)tinklar {ntr}
laurustine, laurustinustinlauro (arb)
to dyetintar {tr} [ye, ad]
type (print., med., nat. hist.); conceptual model having traits characteristic of a grouptipo (imprim)
(-arto) letterpress printing, typographytipografar {tr} (imprim)
typography (work), letterpress printingtipografo (imprim)
crane flytipulo (insekto)
to pull, draw, tug; draw (of chimneys)tirar {tr}
tirade (theatrical)tirado
to fire at will; fire at random; skirmish-firetiraliar {ntr} (milit)
tyranttirano
linsey-woolseytiritano (stofo)
thyroid (gland, cartilage)tiroida (anat)
Tyrol, TirolTirol (lando)
Tyrolese, Tyrolean (n.)Tirolano
tyrosinetirozino (biokem)
thyrsus, thyrse (myth., bot.)tirso (mitol)
tissue (anat.)tisuo (anat)
titan; titaniumtitano
to tickle; titillatetitilar {tr}
to titratetitrar {tr}
title (of a book, article, person, etc.)titulo
tisanetizano (drnkj)
that (pron.), that thingto (= ito)
toweltoalo
tufa; tufftofo (min)
togatogo (vesto)
TogoTogo (lando)
toise: French lineal measuretoise» (mez)
toque (brimless close-fitting hat)toko (vesto)
sheet-metaltolo (tekn)
awningtoldo
to tolerate, put up with, enduretolerar {tr}
outcry, hue and crytolle»
volume, tometomo
tomatotomato (frukto)
tomato (plant)tomatiero (pl)
tomb, gravetombo
tombac, tombak, tambactombako
tombolatombolo
tomographytomografio
tone, pitch (of voice); tone; degree, pitch of sound (mus.); tone (med.)tono
tonal; tonic (mus.)tonala
key-note (mus.)tonala noto
to tone, bring (as a print) to a required colour (photog.); give tone to (med.)tonizar
tonic (med.); toning solution, reagent (photog.)tonizivo
to shear, cliptondar {tr}
to thunder (also fig.)tondrar {}
TongaTonga (lando)
tonic (in music, language)tonika
Tonkin, TongkingTonkin (lando)
native of TonkinTonkinano
tonneau (rear seat)tonneau»
tonoplasttonoplasto (biol)
tonsiltonsilo (anat)
tonsilitistonsilito (morbo)
tonsuretonsuro (rel)
tontinetontino (financ)
tonicity, tonustonus»
top (small platform atop the lower mast)topo (nav)
topaztopazo (min)
topical (medicine or treatment)topika (medic)
topical medicamenttopiko (medic)
topic (log., rhet.), general headtopiko
Jerusalem artichoketopinamburo (pl)
topographytopografio (arto)
topologytopologio
torustoro
thoraxtorako
torch, link (torch)torcho
to twist, wring, contort; sprain; warp (wood)tordar {tr}
toreadortoreadoro
to torrefy, parch, dry, roast (coffee, ores, etc., by exposure to heat)torefaktar {tr}
torrenttorento
peattorfo (subs)
torrid, tropicaltorida (meteor)
to torture, tormenttormentar {tr}
tormentiltormentilo (pl)
to turn (in a lathe)tornar {tr}
litmus, turnsole (litmus)tornasolo (subs)
litmus papertornasol-papero
strand (of rope or wire)torono (tekn)
torpedo (weapon; electric ray)torpedo
to be in a state of torpor, be benumbedtorporar {ntr}
torpor, torpidity, torpitude; (fig.) dullness, inactiontorporo
trunk, torsotorso (anat)
twisted fringe or cord; bullion (as of epaulets)torsado
pietorto
torticollis, wryneck (neck ailment); (fig.) stiffneck, crick in the necktortikolo (patol)
tortoise; turtletortugo (rept)
TuscanToskano
TuscanyToskania (lando)
to give a toasttostar {ntr} [ad]
whole, entiretota
totalisator, totalizator (apparatus that gives the total of a series of operations)totalizatoro (aparato)
totemtotem»
poison (med.)toxiko
toxicologytoxikologio
toxintoxino (subs)
throughtra {prep}
through, across (after a verb)trae
beam, girdertrabo (mek)
trabeculatrabekulo (biol)
trace, track or trail (of traces)traco
traction (tech.), locomotive powertraciono (tekn)
tradescantia, ~spiderworttradeskancio (pl)
to hand down by traditiontradicionar {tr}
to translate (from one language to another)tradukar {tr} [de ad]
traffictrafiko
tragacanthtragakanto (pl)
tragedytragedio (teatro)
tragicomedytragikomedio (teatro)
to betraytrahizar {tr}
train (of equipment for an army)traino (milit)
trait, characteristictraito
trajectorytrajektorio
to pursue, encircle and close in on (wild game); chase and cornertrakar {tr}
Thracian (person)Trako
windpipe, tracheatrakeo (anat)
tracheitistrakeito (morbo)
tracheotomytrakeotomio (kir)
ThraceTrakia (lando)
trachytetrakito (min)
trachomatrakomo (morbo)
to deal with, behave toward, treat, handle (a person or subject)traktar {tr}
treatisetraktato
tractortraktoro
tractrixtraktrico (geom)
tram rail, (US) streetcar railtramo (tekn)
tram, tramcar, tramway car, (US) streetcartram-veturo (veturo)
tramway, street railwaytram-voyo
to stamp (the feet)tramplar {ntr}
springboard; trampolinetrampolino (aparato)
to drag, drawtranar {tr}
trail (aything which drags), train (of a dress)tranajo
to be in a trancetrancar {ntr}
transcendenttrancendanta (filoz)
to cut through, cut off; carve, cut uptranchar {tr}
trenchtrancheo
still, tranquil, quiet (physically or mentally)tranquila
on the other side of, beyond, acrosstrans {prep}
beyond (adv.)transe
object on the other side; hereafter (n.)transajo
transatlantictransatlantika
across the oceantransoceana
to come to terms, compromisetransaktar {ntr} [pri]
to tranship, transship (transfer from one ship to another)transbordar {tr}
transepttransepto (arkit)
to transfer (ownership, duty etc)transferar {tr} [de, ad]
to transfigure, change the look oftransfigurar {tr}
transfigurationtransfigureso (rel)
transfinitetransfinita (matem)
to transformtransformar {tr} [ulo, ulu, ad]
transformismtransformismo (biol)
transformertransformatoro
to transfuse (blood, etc.)transfuzar {tr}
Transylvanian (n.)Transilvano
TransylvaniaTransilvania (lando)
transistortransistoro
to be or pass in transittransitar {ntr}
transitivetransitiva (gram)
transitory, temporarytransitora (biol)
to translate (remove or transfer to another place)translacar {tr/ntr}
translation (change of place; mechan.: motion such that every point moves in the same direction at the same speed)translaco
translucenttranslucida
transparency (quality), transparencetranslucideso
to transmit (pass on: jur., tech., biol.)transmisar {tr}
to transmutetransmutar {tr} [ulo ad ulo]
to be visible (through something)transparar {ntr} [tra]
transparency (picture)transparento
to transude, transpire, ooze out, exhale; (fig. of news) transpire, be divulged, leak outtranspirar {ntr}
to transport, conveytransportar {tr}
to betake oneself, proceed, repair (to a place)transportar su
to change into another substancetransubstanciar {tr} (rel)
TransvaalTransval (lando)
TransvaalerTransvalano
transverse, running or lying acrosstransversa
transversal (line, object)transverso
trap door; drop (of gallows); (fig.) pitfalltrapo (arkit)
trapeze; trapezium, (US) trapezoidtrapezo
trapezohedrontrapezoedro (geom)
trapezoid, (US) trapeziumtrapezoido
to sketch, outline, trace (the form of)trasar {tr} (arto)
to draw on (someone) in respect of a bill or chequetratar {tr} [ulu] (financ)
draft (on a bank), bill (of exchange)trato (financ)
drawer (fin.)tratanto (financ)
draweetratato (financ)
allonge: rider to a bill of exchangealonjo-trato
trauma (physiological)traumato (patol)
to be in mourningtraurar {ntr}
trave (frame to confine a horse or ox while shoeing)travo
truss (of a bridge); bay (of joists); triforium (of a church)traveo (arkit)
crossbar, beam, (railway) sleepertraverso (mek)
brackettraverseto (mek)
travertine, travertin, calc-sintertravertino (geol)
to disguise (someone)travestiar {tr}
verytre {adv}
club (on cards)trefo
track, path, trailtreko
sackcloth, coarse sacking; denimtrelicho (tex)
trellis, latticetreliso
to tremble, shake, shiver; flutter (of wings); quaver (music); flicker (light)tremar {ntr} [pro, de]
diaeresistremao
tremolotremolo (muz)
to soak, drench, steeptrempar {tr/ntr} [ulo en ulo]
aspen, trembling poplartremulo (arb)
train (railway)treno (veturo)
trepan; tool for boring or perforatingtrepano
to shake, quivertrepidar {ntr}
braid, plait, tresstreso
to be startled; feel a thrilltresayar {ntr}
trestletresto
treasuretrezoro
threetri
trio, triad, triplet (three of a kind), trey (set of three)trio
tridenttridento
trihedral (n.)triedro (geom)
trinity (threefoldness)trieso
antepenultimatetriesma lasta
? tricorn, tricorne, three-cornered hat, shovel hattrikorno (vesto)
tricorn, tricorne, three-cornered hat, shovel hattrikorna chapelo (vesto)
three-mastertrimasta navo (batelo)
trisectiontriseko
trinity (three in one), triune (n.)triuno
triennialtriyara
triangletriangulo
Triassic, Triastriaso (geol)
tribune (in ancient Rome)tribono
tribetribuo
to cause tribulation totribular {tr} [per]
tribulationtribulo
tribune (raised area); grandstand (elevated structure for spectators)tribuno
organ loftorgeno-tribuno
tribunal, courttribunalo (judic)
to pay tributetributar {ntr} [ad]
tribute (act)tributo
tricepstricepso (anat)
tricycletriciklo (veturo)
triduum (prayers)triduum»
trefoil, clovertrifolio (pl)
triphthongtriftongo (ling)
triglyphtriglifo (arkit)
trigonometrytrigonometrio
trigraphtrigramo (ling)
trichinatrikino (animalo)
trichinosistrikinoso (morbo)
triclinictriklina (kristal)
trichocysttrikocisto (biol)
trichogynetrikogino (bot)
to knittrikotar {tr}
backgammontriktrako (lud)
to trilltrilar {tr/ntr} (muz)
trilemmatrilemo
trillion (million to the third power), (US) quintilliontriliono
trilobitetrilobito (fosilo)
trilogytrilogio (teatro)
trimarantrimarano
trimester, term of three monthstrimestro
TrinidadTrinidad (lando)
trinomialtrinomio (matem)
triolet; triplet (mus.)trioleto
tripe (food)tripo
sub-rejoindertripliko (yuro)
triplicate (third copy)triplikato
tripoli powder, rottenstonetripolio
TripolitaniaTripolito (lando)
Tripolitanian (n.)Tripolitano
triptychtriptiko (arto)
triremetriremo (batelo)
lockjaw, trismustrismo (morbo)
sad, doleful (of persons or things)trista
tritiumtritio (kem)
Triton (sea god); triton (mollusc)tritono
to grind or rub into powdertriturar {tr}
to be triumphanttriumfar {ntr}
triumvirtriumviro (polit)
triumvirate (group of triumvirs)triumviraro (polit)
commonplace, trite, trivialtriviala
too (followed by an adjective or adverb), over (too), (US) overlytro {adv}
overmuch, excessivetroa
too much (after an adjective or verb)troe
too much (adj.), too manytro multa
too much (adv.)tro multe
over- (excessively)tro-
trophytrofeo
trough (for animals); hodtrogo
wren; troglodytetroglodito
troika (vehicle)troika» (veturo)
trochanter (anat.)trokantero (anat)
trocar (perforator)trokaro
trocheetrokeo (poez)
trochoid (n.)trokoido (matem)
trolley (for electricity)troleo
waterspout, tornado over watertrombo (meteor)
thrombintrombino (biokem)
platelet, thrombocytetrombocito (biol)
trombonetrombono (muzin)
thrombosistromboso (morbo)
thrombustrombuso (patol)
to deceivetrompar {tr} [per]
thronetrono (moblo)
trope, word or expression used in a figurative sensetropo (retor)
tropic; tropicstropiko (geog)
tropismtropismo (biol)
tropospheretroposfero (meteor)
to trot (gait of a person or animal)trotar {ntr}
to fall into a trottroteskar
to go at a jogtrot; toddle (of a young child)trotetar
to trot (tr.), cause to trottrotigar
pavement, footpath of stone, asphalt etc, (US) sidewalktrotuaro
to find, come acrosstrovar {tr}
holetruo
keyhole sawtrusegilo
troubadourtrubaduro
to disturb, troubletrublar {tr}
truffletruflo (fungo)
truismtruismo
railway truck with an open platform, flat cartruko (veturo)
troweltrulo
trump (at cards)trumpo (lud)
bugletrumpeto (muzin)
trunk (of a tree)trunko
shell ring (of a boiler)trunkono (tekn)
band (company of people having a common purpose), troup; herd, flocktrupo
gang (pej.)trupacho
to tuck up, put a tuck in; turn up, pin up, tie uptrusar {tr}
trust, carteltrusto (komerco)
trouttruto (fisho)
trouvère, trouveurtruvero
thou, you (familiar form of 'you', like French 'tu', German 'du')tu {pron}
thy, thine, your (see 'tu')tua
to wash & dresstualetar {ntr}
tube, pipetubo
knot (in wood)tubero (bot)
tuberculosistuberkloso (morbo)
tuber; tubercletuberkulo
tuberculintuberkulino (medic)
tuberose (plant)tuberoso (pl)
tubule (as of a retort)tubulo
one-eyed, blind in one eyetuerta (fiziol)
cluster, clump, tuft, bunchtufo
(piece of) clothtuko
toucantukano
tulletulo (stofo)
tuliptulipo
to tumefy (tr.), cause to swelltumefaktar {tr} (patol)
tumour, (US) tumortumoro (morbo)
tumulus, barrow, burial moundtumulo
to riottumultar {ntr}
ton; metric ton, tonnetuno (mez)
tundratundro (geog)
tundratundra» (geog)
tunneltunelo
tunic (antique undergarment); coat, film, tunic (anat.); wall (of the stomach); coat, integument (bot.)tuniko
tunicate (zool.)tunikiero (zool)
Tunis (town)Tunis
TunisiaTunizia (lando)
Tunisian (n.)Tuniziano
top (toy), spinning top, peg-top (toy)tupio (ludl)
tourturo
tourismturismo
touristturisto
crowd, throngturbo
turbanturbano (vesto)
turbineturbino (aparato)
turbotturboto (fisho)
Turcoturco» (milit)
thrush (bird)turdo (ucelo)
to be turgescentturgecar {ntr} (patol)
turgescentturgecanta
ThuringiaTuringia (lando)
Thuringian (n.)Turingiano
TurkTurko
Turkestan, TurkistanTurkestan (lando)
Turkestani, Turkistani (n.)Turkestanano
turquoise (mineral)turkezo (min)
TurkeyTurkia (lando)
Turkoman, TurkmanTurkomano
tower; castle (chess)turmo
tourmalineturmalino (min)
to turn (around an axis), turn around; turn (something around)turnar {tr/ntr}
revolution counterturno-kontilo (instr)
aerial somersaultturno-salto
to joust, hold a tournament, take part in a tourneyturnirar {ntr} (sporto)
oil-cake (animal feed)turto (subs)
turtledoveturturo (ucelo)
to coughtusar {ntr}
to touch (physically)tushar {tr}
coltsfoottusilajo (pl)
to be guardian of, safeguardtutelar {tr}
tutututuo (vesto)
to warp (a vessel using ropes)tuvar {tr} (nav)
stream-line, warping hawsertuvo-kablo
thuja, thuyatuyo (arb)
twyer, twyere, tweer, twier, twire, tuyèretuyero (tekn)
whereube {adv}
where to, whitherad-ube
ubiquitousubiqua
birducelo (zool)
oh! (indicating relief)uf [!] {interj}
UgandaUganda (lando)
ukase, edictukazo (polit)
any, some (indeterminite)ula
somethingulo
anyone, someoneulu
some, any (persons or things)uli
somewhereulaloke
sometime, everultempe
(suffix denoting a male. E.g. frat-il-o: brother; kuz-ul-o: male cousin; bov-ul-o: bull; kaval-ul-o: stallion)ul- {suf}
uhlanulano (milit)
ulcerulcero (patol)
gorse, furze, whinulexo (pl)
elmulmo (arb)
ellulno (mez)
ultimatumultimato (polit)
beyond due limit; further, additionalultra
besidesultre
ultramarine (n.)ultramaro
ultramicroscopeultramikroskopo (aparato)
ultramicroscopyultramikroskopio (opt)
ultramontane (adj.)ultramontana
ultramontane (n.)ultramontano
to howl, wail; (of owls) hootulular {ntr}
(suffix to be used only in specific cases where the meaning is also specified. See, e.g., foli-um-ar, formik-um-ar, kol-um-o)um-
umbelumbelo (bot)
umbeliferousumbelifera (bot)
umbellifer, umbelliferous plantumbelifero (bot)
navelumbiliko (anat)
umberumbro
one (1)un
one (adjective showing unity)una
one or otheruna od altra
either ofuna od altra di
unit (object)unajo
firstunesma
one time, onceunfoye
to unify (form into one)unigar
unificationunigo
unit (arith.)uno
one (person)unu
(word "un" (one) used as a suffix to denote a single unit of a substance which naturally consists of many such units: sabl-un-o: grain of sand; grel-un-o:un- {suf}
unanimousunanima
ounce (animal), snow leopardunco (mamif)
uncial (letter)unciala
uncialuncialo
to anointuncionar {tr} (rel)
nail; claw, talonunglo (anat)
ointmentunguento
uniformuniforma
uniform (n.)uniformo (vesto)
uniqueunika
unicorn (fabulous animal; constellation)unikorno
unicursalunikursala (matem)
to unite (join together in purpose)unionar {tr}
unionuniono
unipolarunipola (matem)
unison (musically and fig.)unisono
Unitarian (adj.)unitara (rel)
Unitarian (n.)unitaro (rel)
Unitarianismunitarismo
univalvular (of shells)univalva (zool)
universeuniverso
universal (adj.)universala
universityuniversitato
axle-grease or machine oil blackened from useunto (mek)
UnterwaldenUnterwalden (lando)
hoopoeupupo (ucelo)
(suffix used with verbal roots to denote the result or product where it is necessary to distinguish this from the act. E.g. pikt-uro-o: picture; skult-ur-o: sculpture;ur- {suf}
hurricaneuragano (meteor)
Ural (river)Uralo (river)
Ural mountains, UralsUrali (mont)
uranographyuranografio
urateurato (kem)
town, (US) cityurbo
urbanurbala
to warp (cloth in weaving)urdar {tr}
ureaureo (biokem)
uraemia, uremiauremio (morbo)
ureter (duct)uretero (anat)
urethrauretro (anat)
urethritisuretrito (morbo)
urethroscopeuretroskopo
urethrotomyuretrotomio (kir)
UriUri (lando)
urineurino (zool)
to be urgenturjar {ntr}
urnurno
capercaillie, capercailzieurogalo (ucelo)
urologyurologio
aurochs, urusuroxo (mamif)
bearurso (mamif)
polar bearurso blanka (mamif)
bear's ear, auricula (plant)urs-orelo (pl)
nettleurtiko (pl)
nettle rash, hives, urticariaurtikario (morbo)
UruguayUruguay (lando)
United States, USAUsa (lando)
American (of the USA)Usano
usher (judicial courts, etc.), bailiff, sheriff's officerushero
bustardutardo (ucelo)
tool, implement, utensilutensilo
wombutero (anat)
usefulutila
utilitarianismutilismo (doktrino)
utilitarian (adj.)utilismala
utilitarian (n.)utilisto
utopiautopio
utricle (bot.)utrikulo (bot)
uveauveo (anat)
overture (music)uverturo (muz)
uvulauvulo (anat)
(suffix used with a nominal root to denote a receptacle, ordinarily a case, box, chest or sheath. E.g. ink-uy-o: inkwell; monet-uy-o: purse; sup-uy-o: soup tureen;uy- {suf}
to use, employ (make use of)uzar {tr}
to have the usufruct of (something)uzufruktar {tr} (pek)
usufructuzufrukto
to usucapt, have the usucapion ofuzukaptar {tr}
usucapion, usucaptionuzukapto
to practise usuryuzurar {ntr} (pek)
to usurp, infringe, encroach upon, occupy without rightuzurpar {tr}
honeycombvabo
to sway, waver (also fig.)vacilar {ntr}
cowpox, vacciniavacino (morbo)
to vaccinate with cowpoxvacinizar (medic)
vaccination with cowpoxvacinizo
cowpox vaccinevacinserumo (medic)
plant of the type "Vaccinium" (such as bilberry; (red) whortleberry; huckleberry; blaeberry, cranberry, cowberry)vacinio (pl)
to wade (through water)vadar {ntr} [tra]
ford (place)vadeyo
vade mecumvade-mecum»
waffle (type of pancake)vaflo
to wander, roam, strayvagar {ntr}
vaginavagino (anat)
railway carriage, car (railway); tramcarvagono (veturo)
to wail, cry (of an infant)vajisar {ntr}
to be vacant (unoccupied)vakar {ntr}
to have (or, be on) a holiday or (US) vacationvakancar {ntr}
empty, void, vacuous, blankvakua
to empty (intr.), become emptyvakueskar
to empty (tr.), vacate; draw (poultry), gut (fish); drain (a ditch, etc.)vakuigar
vacuum, blankvakuo
vacuolevakuolo (biol)
vacuum gaugevakuometro
valley, vale, dalevalo (geog)
downstream, down, below (further down a slope)ad-vale
Walachia, WallachiaValakia (lando)
Walachian, Wallachian (n.)Valakiano
valency, (US) valencevalenco (kem)
valerian, allhealvaleriano (pl)
valerianic acid, valeric acidvalerian-acido (kem)
lamb's lettuce, corn saladvalerianelo (pl)
validvalida (yuro)
suitcase, valisevalizo
to be worth, be equal in value tovalorar {tr}
value, worthvaloro
to waltzvalsar {ntr} (danso)
valvevalvo (aparato)
bivalve (mollusc)bi-valvo
vampire (also fig.)vampiro
doubletvamso (vesto)
futile, fruitless, vainvana
vandalvandalo
lapwing, peewitvanelo (ucelo)
cheek (of the face)vango
whisker, whiskersvango-barbo
vanilla (fruit)vanilo
vanilla (plant)vaniliero (pl)
vanity (conceit)vanitato
shrouds (of a sailing ship)vanto (nav)
steam, vapour, (US) vaporvaporo (subs)
to evaporatevaporeskar
to vaporisevaporigar
steam enginevapor-mashino
steam-shipvapor-navo
ware, commodity; (vari) goodsvaro
floor-timber (of a ship)varango (nav)
to vary, change (in amount or intensity)variar {tr/ntr}
chickenpox, varicellavaricelo (morbo)
variety (zool., bot.)varietato
varicosity, varix (dilation of a blood vessel)variko (patol)
smallpox, variolavariolo (morbo)
warm (also fig.)varma
hotvarmega
to pour (out); spill; shed (blood, etc)varsar {tr}
AquariusVarsero (astron)
to await, wait forvartar {tr}
vassalvasalo
basin (as of a fountain)vasko
vas, blood or other fluid vesselvaskulo
vast, extensivevasta
wadding, paddingvato
waxvaxo (subs)
vase, vessel, containervazo
petroleum jelly, 'Vaseline'vazelino (subs)
alas!, oh dear!ve [!]
vetch, tarevecho (pl)
vedette (mounted sentry or scout; boat)vedeto (milit)
plank (for lining the inside of a ship)vegro (nav)
to go or travel in a vehicle (ride, sail, drive or fly)vehar {ntr}
vehicle, conveyancevehilo (aparato)
vein (in the body, wood or a mineral), vena (anat.); seamveino
basilic veinbazilik-veino
to vegetate (also fig.)vejetar {ntr}
vegetationvejetantaro (bot)
to be a vegetarianvejetarar {ntr}
to wake, awaken (emerge from sleep)vekar {ntr}
to rouse, wakevekigar {tr}
beam (of scales)vekto (mek)
vector (math.)vektoro (matem)
veil; fabric used to conceal; (fig.) cover, screen, shadevelo (vesto)
velum (pendulous soft palate)palat-velo
awningvelego
small veil; lady's veilveleto
to veilvelizar
vellumvelino
vellum papervelin-papero
(-i) velitesvelito
to fade away, withervelkar {ntr}
velocipedevelocipedo (veturo)
velodromevelodromo
velvetveluro (stofo)
to comevenar {ntr}
to sellvendar {tr}
to harvest (grapes for wine-making), ~vindemiatevendemiar {tr}
vendettavendetta»
poison, venom (also fig.)veneno
to poison (a living creature), attack with poisonvenenagar
to poison (add a poison to (something))venenizar
venerealvenerala
to revere, venerateveneracar {tr}
Fridayvenerdio
venereologyvenereologio
VenezuelaVenezuela (lando)
Venezuelan (n.)Venezuelano
venialveniala (rel)
to take revenge onvenjar {tr}
to blow, be windyventar {} (meteor)
windvento (meteor)
compass cardvento-rozo (nav)
to ventilate, airventilar {tr}
ventilatorventilatoro (aparato)
windsail (of a boat)kanvas-ventilatoro
bellyventro
to ventriloquiseventro-parolar {ntr}
ventriloquistventro-parolero
ventricle (of the heart)ventrikulo (anat)
cupping glassventuzo (medic)
to cup (with cupping glass)ventuzagar (medic)
maidenhair (fern)Venus-haro (pl)
mons venerisVenus-monto (anat)
girdle of VenusVenus-zono
true (not false)vera
veranda, verandahverando (arkit)
verbverbo
mullein, mullen (plant of the genus Verbascum)verbasko (pl)
vervain, verbenaverbeno (pl)
greenverda (koloro)
verdigrisverdigriso (kem)
verdict; findingverdikto (judic)
greenfinchverdrono (ucelo)
rod, wandvergo
to verify, auditverifikar {tr}
verjuiceverjuso (drnkj)
work (literary, artistic, etc.)verko
worm; maggot, grubvermo (animalo)
vermicelli (pasta)vermicelo
vermouthvermuto (drnkj)
vernierverniero
varnishverniso (subs)
veronica (bot.), speedwellveroniko (pl)
toward(s), in the direction ofvers {prep}
verseverso (poez)
version (interpretation)versiono
versor (math.)versoro (matem)
vertebravertebro (anat)
vertebratevertebrozo (zool)
vertebral columnvertebrala kolono (anat)
vertex (top or crown of the head)vertico (anat)
staggers (vet.)vertigo
to feel dizzy (with vertigo)vertijar {ntr} (patol)
vertical (adj.)vertikala
vertical linevertikalo
virtuevertuo
wart, ~verrucaveruko (patol)
verve, spiritvervo
animated, spirited, racyvervoza
waspvespo (insekto)
eveningvespero
vespertilionid, bat of the family Vespertilionidaevespertilio (mamif)
(-i) vespers, evensongvespro (litur)
vespersvespri (litur)
garment, item of clothingvesto (vesto)
vestal virgin; (fig.) chaste womanvestalo
WestphaliaVestfalia (lando)
Westphalian (n.)Vestfaliano
round jacket (without tails, as for waiters, fencing, etc.)vestio (vesto)
lobby, entrance hallvestibulo (arkit)
jacket (man's)vestono (vesto)
to vetovetar {tr}
weathervetero (meteor)
veteran, old soldierveterano (milit)
veterinary surgeon, vetveterinaro
vetiver, whorl-flowered bent-grassvetivero (pl)
glass case, showcase (for showing objects)vetrino
vehicle (wheeled)veturo (aparato)
to annoy, irritate, vexvexar {tr} [pri, pro]
to teasevexetar
bladder, vesicaveziko (anat)
gall-bladderbilo-veziko
vesicleveziketo (anat)
vesicatory, vesicant (n.)vezikatorio (farm)
you (plural)vi {pron}
your(s) (plural)via
viaductviadukto
viaticum (both senses)viatiko
to vibratevibrar {ntr} [de, pro]
vibriovibriono (biol)
viburnumviburno (pl)
instead ofvice {prep}
vice- (prefix denoting someone who acts in place of another. E.g. vice-admiral-o: vice-admiral; vice-rej-o: viceroy)vice- {pref}
spokesmanvice-parolanto
vice-presidentvice-prezidanto
viceroyvice-rejo
viscusvicero (anat)
visceraviceri (anat)
vice (fault or depravity)vicio
viciousvicioza
viciousness, depravityviciozeso
neighbouring, (US) neighboringvicina
neighbour, (US) neighborvicino
to seevidar {tr}
what is seen, sight, viewvidajo
visible, apparentvidebla
viewpoint (locality)videyo
worth seeingvidinda
thing worth seeingvidindajo
point of viewvidpunto
vidamevidamo
widowedvidva
vielle (musical instrument)vielo (muzin)
to stay awake, abstain from sleepvigilar {ntr}
vigil (eve of a holy day)vigilio (litur)
vigour, (US) vigorvigoro
vicar (substitute in office), curatevikario (rel)
victimviktimo
Victoria (Australia)Viktoria (lando)
victualsviktualio
vicuna (animal)vikuno (mamif)
vicuna (cloth)vikun-lano
villosity, coating of hairsvilo
villagevilajo
villanelle (ballad or dance)vilanelo (kanto)
game (hunted wild animals)vildo
to be in the country(side) (for a while), to sojourn in the country(side)vilejar {ntr}
villavilla»
villus (of intestines)vilozito (anat)
wimple (as of nuns)vimplo (vesto)
winevino (drnkj)
vinegarvinagro
to hoist (with a windlass)vindar {tr}
vinylvinilo (kem)
to conquer, defeat, overcome (an enemy, competitor or obstacle); win, be victoriousvinkar {tr}
wintervintro
vignette, ornament in a bookvinyeto
violetviolo (pl)
violet (adj.)violea (koloro)
to violate, rape, break (a law, one's oath, rules)violacar {tr}
to use violence onviolentar {tr}
violence; force (in law)violento
violin, fiddleviolino (muzin)
'cellovioloncelo (muzin)
viper, addervipero (rept)
man (male adult person)viro
virgin (also fig.)virga
virgin (woman)virgino
virgin (man)virgulo
VirgaVirgino (astron)
Virgilian, of VirgilVirgiliala
Virginia (state)Virginia (lando)
virologyvirologio
virtual, potentialvirtuala
virtuosovirtuoza
virulentvirulenta (patol)
virusviruso (biol)
to screw in, turn in (a screw)visar {tr} (mek)
screwdrivervisilo
to wipe (clean or dry)vishar {tr}
viscountviskomto
viscousviskoza
to endorse, countersign, visa (officially sign as authentic)vistar {tr}
vinevito (pl)
raisinsika vit-bero
to gather the vintagevit-rekoltar
vitalismvitalismo (filoz)
vitalistvitalisto
vitaminvitamino (biol)
yolk (of an egg)vitelo (zool)
glass (the material)vitro (subs)
(window) panevitro-karelo
stained glass (of a window)vitralio
sulphuric acid, vitriolvitriolo (kem)
violviulo (muzin)
to live, be alive; live (a life)vivar {tr/ntr}
lifevivo
lively, vivaciousvivaca
viviparousvivipara (biol)
to aim at (a target, etc.); take aimvizar {tr}
face (of a person), visagevizajo (anat)
weaselvizelo (mamif)
visor (of a helmet); peak (of a cap)viziero (vestl)
apparition, visionviziono
vizierviziro (polit)
to visitvizitar {tr}
voice (also gram.); (fig.) expression of opinionvoco
variety show, vaudevillevodevilo
vodkavodko
Vosges (mountains)Vogesi (mont)
to call (someone for attention or to ask to come), summon, summons; call (out) (e.g.: vokar por helpo)vokar {tr/ntr}
vowelvokalo (ling)
to vocalise (sing a vowel sound without uttering words)vokalizar {ntr} (muz)
vocative (case)vokativo (gram)
to want (to), have a will (to)volar {tr}
VolapükVolapük» (ling)
volatile (of a substance)volatila
wolfvolfo (mamif)
werewolfvolfo-homo (mitol)
VolhyniaVolinia (lando)
volcanovolkano (geog)
volunteer (esp. military)volontario (milit)
to make a volt, make a volte (in fencing)voltar {ntr}
voltvolto
to vault (on a horse, on a slack rope, etc.)voltijar {ntr}
voltmetervoltmetro
volume (of space)volumino (geom)
to be willingvoluntar {tr}
readily, willinglyvolunte
voluptuousnessvolupto
volute (spiral scroll)voluto (arkit)
to wrap around; coil (rope)volvar {tr}
to vomit (also fig.: throw up, belch out)vomar {tr/ntr}
vomervomero (anat)
vomicavomiko (medic)
nux vomica, vomic-nutvomiknuco (frukto)
nux vomica treevomiknuciero (arb)
vomitory (archit.), vomitoriumvomitorio
word (written or spoken)vorto (ling)
to whirl, spin (of air, water, dust, etc.)vorticar {ntr}
to vote, vote forvotar {tr/ntr} (polit)
to vow, make a vow (of), dedicate (something to someone)vovar {tr} [ulo ad ulu]
way, road, track, routevoyo
to travel, voyagevoyajar {ntr} [de, ad]
you (sing.)vu {pron}
your(s) (sing.)vua
common (among the mass of people), vulgarvulgara
Vulgate (Latin version of the Scriptures)vulgato (biblo)
to vulcanisevulkanizar {tr} (tekn)
kidney vetch, lady's fingersvulnerario (pl)
vault (with arched roof)vulto (arkit)
vulturevulturo (ucelo)
vulvavulvo (anat)
to woundvundar {tr} (medic)
WalesWals (lando)
WelshWalsana
wampumwampum»
warrant (receipt for goods deposited)waranto (komerco)
wharf, jettywarfo
warp (of cloth)warpo
wattwato
weft, woofwefto
to weldweldar {tr}
westwesto (geog)
wigwamwigwamo
whisky, whiskeywiskio (drnkj)
whistwisto (lud)
marmosetwistitio (mamif)
WürttembergWurtemberg (lando)
WürttembergerWurtembergano
xanthine (white substance)xantino (kem)
xanthophyllxantofilo (biokem)
satirical epigram (first introduced by Goethe and Schiller); xeniaxenio
xerophytexerofito (bot)
xiphoid, xiphoidal, ensiform (anat.)xifoida (anat)
xylophagousxilofaga (biol)
xylophagexilofago (insekto)
xylophonexilofono (muzin)
to engrave on wood; print from wood engravingsxilografar {tr/ntr} (arto)
indeed, truly (used for emphasis)ya {adv}
yakyako (mamif)
yachtyakto (batelo)
yearyaro
yard (for a sail), yardarmyardo (nav)
yataghanyatagano (armo)
at, by (preposition used when no other fits the meaning)ye {prep}
YemenYemen (lando)
here is/are, there is/are (e.g., 'yen la ucelo!')yen {prep}
following (adj.)yena
as follows, in the following manneryene
yesyes {adv}
to yodelyodlar {tr/ntr} (muz)
yogayogo
yoghurt, yogurt, yoghourtyogurto
yawlyolo (batelo)
yo-yoyoyo (ludl)
Russian leatheryufto
yoke; (fig.) bondageyugo
YugoslaviaYugoslavia (lando)
yuccayuko (pl)
young (adj.)yuna
(suffix for the young of an animal. E.g. bov-yun-o: calf; han-yun-o: pullet)yun- {suf}
right (legal or moral)yuro (yuro)
yurtyurto
just, fair, equitableyusta (yuro)
assegai, assagai (spear)zagayo (armo)
ZaireZaire (lando)
ZachariasZakarias
Zambesi, ZambeziZambezi (river)
ZambiaZambia (lando)
ZanzibarZanzibar (lando)
zebrazebro (mamif)
zebuzebuo (mamif)
zephyr, soft breezezefiro (meteor)
tick (bloodsucking mite)zeko (animalo)
to be zealouszelar {ntr} [por, pri]
zenith (also fig.)zenito
zeolitezeolito (min)
zero, nought (0)zero
internal "wall" in some fruits and nuts (e.g. the woody skin dividing the kernel of a walnut)zesto (bot)
zeugmazeugmo (ling)
to ~lisp, pronounce j as z and sh as szezear {ntr} (ling)
sable (animal; fur)zibelino (mamif)
zygomatic arch, zygoma, cheek bonezigomato (anat)
zygomorphic, zygomorphous (bot., zool.)zigomorfa
zygosporezigosporo (biol)
zygotezigoto (biol)
to zigzagzigzagar
zymasezimazo (biokem)
ZimbabweZimbabwe (lando)
zymogenzimogeno (biol)
zymologyzimologio
zymometer, zymosimeterzimosimetro
zymotechnicszimotekniko (tekn)
zinniazinio (pl)
zinczinko (elem)
zincographyzinkografio (arto)
zirconiumzirkonio (elem)
zodiaczodiako (astron)
zone; girdle, belt, sashzono
zoocecidiazoocecidio (biol)
zoophytezoofito (biol)
zoography (study of animals)zoografio
zoologyzoologio
zoologistzoologiisto
zoosporezoosporo (biol)
Zouave (soldier)zuavo (milit)
(GB) courgette, (US) zucchinizukino
Zulu (n.)Zuluo
ZululandZululando (lando)
to buzz (like an insect)zumar {ntr}
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(adjectival ending)a (gram)
to (indicating that to which there is movement, tendency or position, with or without arrival)a (= ad) {prep} (prep)
(suffix for shorter versions of the perfect tenses: am-ab-as = esas aminta; am-ab-is = esis aminta; am-ab-os = esos aminta; am-ab-us = esus aminta)ab- (gram)
abbot; abbessabado (rel)
abbessabadino
abbotabadulo
abbeyabadeyo
abacus (math.; archit.)abako
to abandon, forsake, (totally) relinquish, (wholly) give upabandonar {tr}
fan (hand-agitated)abaniko
to lower (let down to a lower level); (fig.) debaseabasar {tr}
to fell, strike down (a tree, wall, person, etc.)abatar {tr}
abatis, abattisabatajaro
giblets (refuse parts of fowl, game, hare)abatiso
abscessabceso (patol)
abscissaabciso (geom)
to abdicate (renounce kingship or the like, in favour of a successor)abdikar {tr}
abdomenabdomino (anat)
to abduct (of muscles)abduktar {tr} (fiziol)
beeabelo (insekto)
apiaryabeleyo
beehiveabeluyo
to be subject to aberration (astr., opt.)aberacar {ntr} (fizk)
aberration (astr., opt.)aberaco
fir (tree)abieto (arb)
undersea abyssabiso (geog)
AbyssiniaAbisinia (lando)
AbyssinianAbisiniano
abyss (also fig.)abismo (geog)
mean (opposite of "noble"), despicable, contemptibleabjekta
to abjure, renounce (a doctrine, opinion, etc.) publicly and solemnlyabjurar {tr}
to ablate (surg.)ablacionar {tr} (kir)
ablation (surgical removal)ablaciono (kir)
to weanablaktar {tr}
ablative (case)ablativo (gram)
ablative absoluteablativo absoluta (gram)
papal delegateablegato (ekl)
bleak (fish)ableto (fisho)
to purify by washing (relig., med.)ablucionar {tr}
ablutionabluciono
to abnegate, deny oneself (something) (deny benefit or pleasure to oneself so as to devote oneself to someone or something else)abnegar {tr}
abnegation, self-denialabnego
to abolish (an institution or custom)abolisar {tr}
abolitionismabolisismo
abolitionistabolisismano
to abhor, detest, abominate, loatheabominar {tr}
to subscribe to (a periodical, etc.)abonar {tr} (pek)
to board (a ship, vehicle), land on (a shore, wharf); (fig.) go alongsideabordar {tr}
aboriginalaborijena
aborigineaborijeno
to miscarry, abort (miscarry; also fig.)abortar {ntr}
miscarriage, abortionaborto
abortiveabortala
to make (someone) miscarryabortigar
to bark, bay (also fig.)aboyar {ntr}
to yelpaboyetar
to abbreviate, abridge (words, book, narrative etc.)abreviar {tr}
abbreviation, abridgment (shortened version)abreviuro
apricot (fruit)abrikoto (frukto)
apricot (tree)abrikotiero (arb)
to repeal, annul, abrogate (a law or decree)abrogar {tr} (leg)
southern-wood (a shrubby species of wormwood)abrotano (pl)
precipitous, cragged, abrupt (also fig.: rough, broken)abrupta
absent (not present)absenta [de]
absenceabsenteso
to absent oneself, get out of the wayabsenteskar [de]
wormwood, absinth (plant)absinto (pl)
absinthe, absinth (drink)absinto-liquoro (drnkj)
absolute, unrestricted, unlimitedabsoluta
something unconditioned (philos.)absolutajo
absolutelyabsolute
absolutismabsolutismo
absolutistabsolutisto
to absolve, acquitabsolvar {tr} [de]
absolution (rel.), acquittal (jur.)absolvo
to absorb (physically); (fig.) engrossabsorbar {tr}
absorbentabsorbiva
cesspoolabsorbo-puteo
to refrain (by choice) from, abstain (voluntarily) fromabstenar {tr}
to cleanse (wound, ulcer), abstergeabstersar {tr} (kir)
to practise abstinence (relig., e.g. abstain from meat), fastabstinencar {ntr} [de] (rel)
abstract (separated from particular things, having no reference to material objects or specific examples)abstrakta (filoz)
to abstract (separate in thought)abstraktigar {tr}
abstruse, reconditeabstruza
absurd, preposterousabsurda
abulia, loss of willpowerabulio (patol)
to abound, be plentifulabundar {ntr} [de]
to abut (at), come out (into), end (in), touch (at an extremity); (abscess) come to a headabutar {ntr} [ad, aden, en]
abutment (archit.)abutmento (arkit)
acephalousacefala (biol)
to accelerate, hasten (increase the speed of), quickenacelerar {tr}
to accelerate (go faster)aceleresar
to light (a lamp, a fire), set alight, kindle; turn on (electricity, light, etc.); (fig.) inflame (passion)acendar {tr}
lighteracendilo
to go up, ascend, mount (stairs, mountain, horse, etc.)acensar {tr/ntr} [sur]
ascent (act of ascending)acenso
place to mount (as stair, ascent)acenseyo
lift, elevator, hoistacensilo (aparato)
right ascension (astron.)acenso rekta (astron)
Ascension Dayacenso-festo
(tonic) accent (stress of voice on a vowel or syllable)acento (fonetiko)
to stress, accent (a vowel or syllable)acentizar
to accept (something willingly, such as a proposal, apology, challenge, condition); receive (a guest)aceptar {tr}
acceptable; receivable (of guests)aceptebla
maple (tree), common maple, hedge mapleacero (arb)
acer (tree of the family Aceraceae, such as a maple or European sycamore)aceraceo (arb)
sour (harsh-tasting, as unripe fruit), acerbic (also fig.)acerba
to have access to (someone or something); have an attack (med.)acesar {tr}
access, entry; (fig.) attack (of fury, despair, etc.); attack (med.)aceso
accessible, approachableacesebla
commendation (to those just failing to win a prize), ~certificate of meritacesito
accessory (n.); hors-d'oeuvre; accoutrement, (US) accoutermentacesorajo
acetateacetato (kem)
acetic acidacetat-acido (kem)
acetyleneacetileno (kem)
acetoneacetono (kem)
(suffix giving a pejorative sense)ach- {suf}
cornflower, bluebottle (plant)aciano (pl)
acid (adj.)acida
acid (n.)acido
acidityacideso
to cause an accident toacidentar {tr}
accident (good or bad; also philos.); mishapacidento
instrument for acidimetry, acidimeteracidometro (instr)
acinusacino
share (part of the capital stock of a company)aciono (financ)
stock (shares of a company)acioni
shareholder, stockholderacioniero
goshawkacipitro (ucelo)
octroiacizo (financ)
AzoresAcori (lando)
(suffix added to a verbal root to denote repetition or continuation of the act)ad- {suf}
toad (= a) {prep} (prep)
forward, forwards (with movement)adavane
to the rightaddextre
backwardsaddope
intoaden
to flow, run (to, into, as a river to the sea); rush (as blood to the head)adfluar
to or toward homeadheme
there (with movement), thitheradibe
down (with motion), downwards, downward (adv.)adinfre
to go to, go toward, approachadirar
to be adjacentadjacar {ntr}
to add (physical sense), join (something to something else)adjuntar {tr} [ulo ad ulo]
adding, subjoining, adjunctionadjunto
additional (physically added)adjuntita
something added, addition (object)adjuntajo
to adjust, fit, rectify, correctadjustigar {tr} [ulo (ad ulo)]
sideways (with movement)adlatere
at (the) mostadmaxime
at (the) leastadminime
upstream (adv.), up, above (further up a slope)admonte
to bring, carry (to a person or place)adportar {tr}
to affixadpozar {tr} [ulo ye ulo]
affixing; (gram.) appositionadpozo
under (with motion)adsub
ontoadsur
to where (with motion), whitheradube
downstream, down, below (further down a slope)advale
to come (towards)advenar {ntr}
in truth, to be sureadvere
to hail, call (summon)advokar {tr}
to adapt oneself, adapt (intr.)adaptar su
adenineadenino (biokem)
adenitisadenito (morbo)
adept (n.)adepto
adequateadequata
to adhere (also fig.), be attached, stickadherar {ntr} [ad]
adherent (n.), followeradheranto
adhesiveadheriva
goodbye, farewell, adieuadio
farewell (adj.)adiala
adiabaticadiabata (fizk)
to add (numbers)adicionar {tr}
adipocereadipocero (kem)
adjectiveadjektivo (gram)
to adjudicate, adjudge, award (something to someone); (in auctions) knock downadjudikar {tr} [ulo ad ulu] (judic)
awarding (of a prize); granting (of a contract)adjudiko
to adjure, command solemnly, demand upon oathadjurar {tr} [pri]
adjutant (military), aide-de-campadjutanto (milit)
to administer, manage (a business, an estate, government department etc.)administrar {tr}
to admireadmirar {tr}
admirableadmirinda
admiraladmiralo (milit)
to admit (let in)admisar {tr} [ulu, ulo (aden)]
admittance (electronics)admitanco (fizk)
to be adolescentadolecar {ntr}
adolescent (n.)adolecanto
to adopt (an opinion, belief, child); (in assemblies) agree upon, carry (a motion, resolution), pass (a bill)adoptar {tr}
to adore, idolise; worship (God)adorar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
to support the back, set the back (of someone or something, to or against), lean (something against another)adosar {tr} [su an ulo]
to lean one's back (against something)adosar su
gum tragacanthadraganto (subs)
adrenalin, epinephrineadrenalino (biokem)
address (on a letter, etc.)adreso
to address (put an address on)adresizar {tr}
Adriatic (adj.)Adriatika (mar)
Adriatic (sea)Adriatiko (mar)
to adsorb, condense (something) by adsorptionadsorbar {tr}
adult (n.)adulto
Adventadvento (rel)
adventitious (biol.)adventiva (biol)
opposing, opposite, contrary, adverseadversa
adversary, opponentadverso
barrister, advocate (person who pleads in court)advokato
assistant, adjunct, deputy (adj.)adyunta
assistant (in some duty), deputyadyunto
airaero (subs)
aerodynamicsaerodinamiko
airship, dirigibleaeronavo
aerostaticsaerostatiko
to air (a room, linen, etc), to aerateaerizar
aerator, ventilatoraerizilo
aerenchymaaerenkimo (biol)
aerodrome, (US) airdromeaerodromo
aerogelaerojelo (subs)
aerolite, stony meteoriteaerolito (astron)
aerometeraerometro (instr)
aerometryaerometrio (cienco)
aeroplane, (US) airplaneaeroplano (veturo)
aerosolaerosolo
A flataes (muz)
affable, amiableafabla
busybodyafanono
fondness, affectionafeciono
affectionateafecionema
to affect, move (emotionally); affect (med.)afektar {tr}
affectationafektaco
affected, pretentiousafektacema
aphelionafelio (astron)
affair, matter; business (com.); cause, legal action (leg.)afero
businessman, businesswomanaferisto
business agentafer-agento
Afghan (adj.)Afgana
Afghan (n.)Afgano
AfghanistanAfganistan (lando)
aphis, aphid, plant-louseafidio (insekto)
affinityafineso
to affirm (declare as true), averafirmar {tr}
poster, bill, placardafisho
affixafixo (gram)
to afflict, cause to suffer mentally, distress, grieveafliktar {tr}
aphorismaforismo
to frank, prepay (carriage or postage on)afrankar {tr} (pek)
free on board (f.o.b.)afrankita ye bordo
AfricaAfrika (lando)
African (adj.)Afrikana
African (n.)Afrikano
to face, meet face to face; (fig.) to brave, confrontafrontar {tr}
mouth ulcer, aphtha; (-i) thrush, candidiasisafto (patol)
(gun-)carriageafusto
to affuse, pour (a liquid) uponafuzionar {tr}
affusionafuziono
to do, actagar {tr/ntr}
act, action, deedago
active (inclined to act)agema
(suffix used with names of instruments and the like to indicate the action done with the instrument: e.g. martel/ag/ar = to hammer; buton/ag/ar = toag- {suf}
asexual, agamicagama (biol)
agape, love-feastagapo (rel)
agar-agar, Ceylon mossagar-agaro (subs)
agaricagariko (fungo)
toad stool, fly agaricmush-agariko (fungo)
agateagato (min)
agaveagavo (pl)
agenda (list of things to be attended to)agendo
agent (person or thing)agento
chemical agentagento kemiala (kem)
stockbrokerbors-agento
to agitate, shake (something or someone); wave (a hand, flag, etc.); (fig.) excite (feelings)agitar {tr}
to be agitatedagitesar
eagle (also fig. in heraldry); (astron.) Aquilaaglo
aquiline noseaglo-nazo
to agglomerate, conglomerateaglomerar {tr}
agglomerationaglomerajo
to agglutinate, stick together (several things, as with glue); (fig.) join togetheraglutinar {tr}
agnateagnato
lamb (poetical or religious)agnelo
to acknowledge, admit, own, recognise (something as right, good, true, or false)agnoskar {tr}
agnosticagnostika
agnosticismagnostikismo
agonic (line)agona (geog)
to be in the death agony, be in extremis, suffer death pangsagoniar {ntr}
agoraphobiaagorafobio (morbo)
agrarian (adj.)agrala
agriculturist, crop farmeragrokultivisto
agricultureagrokultivo
clasp, small hook, hook (and eye), snap (fastener), agraffeagrafo
to hook, claspagrafagar {tr}
agreeable, pleasantagreabla
to aggregate, incorporate; admit (into a society, body, institution)agregar {tr}
aggregateagregajo
agrimonyagrimonio (pl)
agronomistagronomo
agronomyagronomio (cienco)
needle; point(s) (railways), (US) switch (railroad)agulo
eye of a needleagultruo
magnetic needlemagnet-agulo
knitting needletrikot-agulo
point(s) (railways), (US) switch (railroad)agulo di relvoyo
agoutiagutio (mamif)
ailanthus, ailanto, tree of heavenailanto (arb)
A sharpais (muz)
(suffix used with a noun or adjective to indicate an object so characterised, or an act; with a transitive or mixed verb, its object; with an intransitive verbaj- {suf}
agio (exchange premium)ajio (financ)
agilityajileso
to speculate (in shares etc.), trade in securitiesajiotar {ntr} [pri] (financ)
to adjourn, defer, put offajornar {tr} [(ulo) til]
not having eaten, having an empty stomachajuna
on an empty stomachajune
openwork (in embroidery, lace, carving, metal work, works of art)ajuro
to adjust, set (an instrument, microscope, meter, etc.)ajustar {tr}
nozzle, spout, adjutageajuto
acaciaakacio (pl)
learned society, academy (society; not a school or college)akademio
academicalakademiala
academicianakademiano
AcadiaAkadia (lando)
Acadian (n.)Akadiano
acanthusakanto (pl)
to billet, quarter (allot quarters to), canton (house)akantonar {tr} [en]
quarters, billetakantoneyo
to corner (a supply), (fig.) monopoliseakaparar {tr} (pek)
acarid, acaridan, ~tick, ~miteakaro (animalo)
Achaea, AchaiaAkaya (lando)
Achaean, Achaian (n.)Akayano
achillea, yarrow, milfoilakileo (pl)
to applaud, acclaim publicly, shout approval or applauseaklamar {tr}
to acclimatise; (fig.) habituateaklimatar {tr}
magnetic equatoraklino (geog)
acolyteakoluto
to accommodate (adapt or adjust) (tech., opt., etc.)akomodar {tr}
accompanimentakompanuro
aconite (monkshood, wolfsbane, etc.)akonito (pl)
partial payment (of a debt), instalment, (US) installmentakonto (pek)
to pay on accountakonte pagar
sweet flag, calamus (sweet flag), (US) sweet calamus, sweet cane, beewortakoro (pl)
to be in tune (mus.); agree (in grammar)akordar {ntr}
to tune (an instrument); to make agree (gram.)akordigar
accordionakordeono (muzin)
acrid; harsh (voice); (fig.) acrimoniousakra
bitter-sweetakra-dolca
peevish, surly, crabbedakra-humora
to accredit (also regarding a diplomat), give credence toakreditar {tr} [ulu, ulo]
accreditedakreditita
letter of credence, credentialsakredito-letro (diplom)
grasshopperakrido (animalo)
acrylicakrila (kem)
acrobatakrobato
acrobatic actakrobatajo
acrobatics (acts)akrobataji
acrobatics (art)akrobat-arto
to hang (as on a hook), hook on (something to something); interlock, grapple (a ship)akrochar {tr} [ad]
hitch, hooking onakrocho
achromaticakromatika (opt)
acromion, acromion processakromio (anat)
acronymakronimo
acropolisakropolo (hist)
acrosticakrostiko
acroterion, acroter, acroterium (archit.)akroterio (arkit)
act (theatrical; legal: a written instrument in verification)akto
actinia, sea anemone of the genus Actiniaaktinio (animalo)
actinicaktinika (kem)
actinismaktinikeso
actiniumaktiniumo
actinometeraktinometro
actinomorphicaktinomorfa (biol)
active (opposed to passive; also used in com., fin., gram., mil. senses)aktiva
active (voice) (gram.); asset (accounting)aktivo
activityaktiveso
debts receivable, assetsaktiva debaji (komerco)
actressaktorino
actoraktorulo
current (existing now), actual (present; not potential)aktuala
to (drive into a) corner, bring to bayakular {tr} [ad]
accumulation (of things)akumulajo
accumulator (elec.)akumulatoro
acupunctureakupunturo (medic)
punctual (on time)akurata
punctualityakurateso
midwifeakushistino
midwiferyakush-arto
acousticsakustiko (cienco)
sharp, acute (also fig. of sound, pain, sickness, accent), keen (of an edge)akuta
sharp object, edgeakutajo
sharpness, acuteness, keenness (also fig.)akuteso
to sharpenakutigar
sharpener, whetstoneakutigilo
acute angleakuta angulo
to accuse, indict, charge, impeachakuzar {tr} [pri]
accusation, indictment, charge, impeachmentakuzo
accusative (case)akuzativo (gram)
to theal (= a la)
wing (also fig. of army, aeroplane, building, windmill, etc.)alo
wing-shaped, aliformalo-forma
wing beat, flap of the wingsalo-stroko
small wing, aileronaleto
winged (adj.)aloza
wing nut, butterfly nutaleto-skrubino (mek)
(suffix used with a noun) relating to, pertaining to, appropriate to; e.g. aquala, manuala, nacionala, pueralaal- {suf}
alabaster (gypsum or calcite)alabastro (subs)
to sucklealaktar {tr}
still (for distilling); alembicalambiko
allantois, allantoidalantoido (anat)
to alert to danger, alarm (give signal of danger to, sound the alarm)alarmar {tr}
alarm, signal of dangeralarmo
AlaskaAlaska (lando)
lark (bird)alaudo (ucelo)
albalbo
AlbaniaAlbania (lando)
Albanian (adj.)Albaniana
Albanian (n.)Albaniano
albatrossalbatroso (ucelo)
innalbergo
inn-keeperalbergestro
albino (adj.), albinicalbina (zool)
albino (n.)albino (zool)
album (book for photographs, autographs, cards, etc.)albumo
albumen, white of eggalbumeno (biokem)
albumin, albumen (protein)albumino (biokem)
albuminoid (n.)albuminoido (biokem)
albuminuriaalbuminurio (morbo)
sapwood, alburnumalburno (bot)
tern, sea swallowalcedo (ucelo)
halcyon (fabled bird)alciono (mitol)
halcyon daysalcionala dii
aldehydealdehido (kem)
leafy lane, path (in a garden, park, wood, etc., generally between rows of trees)aleo
alecithalalecita (biol)
to adduce, advance, allege (arguments, facts, etc., in order to to prove or justify something)alegar {tr}
allegoryalegorio
allegro (n.)alegro (muz)
allegretto (n.)alegreto (muz)
to lighten the load of (someone or something), relieve (of a load); (fig.) alleviate, ease, relieve (the mind, etc.)alejar {tr}
awl (shoemaker's, sailmaker's, etc.)aleno
allergenalergeno (medic)
allergyalergio (patol)
aileronalerono
wide-awake, sprightly, alert (adj.)alerta
aleurone, aleuronaleurono
Aleutian islandsAleuti (lando)
alexandrine (adj.)alexandrina (verso)
alexandrine (line, verse)alexandrino (verso)
alexinalexino (biokem)
to ream, bevel out, bore smooth (inside of cannon, steam cylinder, etc.)alezar {tr} (tekn)
diameter of borealezala diametro (tekn)
alphabetalfabeto
silver-nickel alloy (of copper, zinc, nickel and silver)alfenido (subs)
alga (seaweed, kelp, dulse, etc.)algo (bot)
algaealgi (bot)
AlgarveAlgarvo (lando)
algebraalgebro (cienco)
alginatealginato (kem)
algology, phycologyalgologio (cienco)
algorithmalgoritmo
to ally, unite (families by marriage)aliancar {tr} [kun]
alias (adverb)alias {adv}
alibialibio (yuro)
alidad, alidadealidado (instr)
to alienate (in law), transfer ownership ofalienar {tr} (yuro)
to be in a state of alienation (mental derangement)alienacar {ntr}
alligatoraligatoro
to supply with what is necessary (water, fuel, provisions, etc.)alimentar {tr} [ye]
indentation (of text)alineo
to align, set in line, line upaliniar {tr}
not aliquotaliquanta (matem)
aliquotaliquota (matem)
to alliteratealiteracar {tr/ntr}
alizarin (n.)alizarino (kem)
trade-windalizeo (meteor)
Algiers (town)Aljer
native of AlgiersAljerano
AlgeriaAljeria (lando)
Algerian (adj.)Aljeriana
Algerian (person)Aljeriano
elk, (US) moosealko (mamif)
alcalde, alcade, Spanish magistratealkaldo
alkali (general sense)alkalio (kem)
alkaloid (adj.)alkaloida (kem)
alkaloid (n.)alkaloido (kem)
carawayalkaraveo (pl)
alchemyalkemio (arto)
alcoholalkoholo (subs)
alcoholometeralkoholometro
alcoholometryalkoholometrio (kem)
alcove, recessalkovo (arkit)
almanac, yearly calendar with variety of information; (fig.) year-bookalmanako
alma, almah, alme (Egyptian musical entertainer)almeo
to give almsalmonar {ntr} [ad]
aloe (plant of the genus Aloe)aloo (pl)
allodium, alodium, freehold estate, fee-simple estatealodio
along, at the side ofalonge {prep}
to go along, skirt, coastalong-irar {tr}
extension (lengthening piece); leaf (of telescope, table); allonge (fin.)alonjo
allopathyalopatio (medic)
alopecia, (baldness from) loss of hairalopecio (morbo)
allis shad, allis, shad of the genus Alosaaloso (fisho)
allotropicalotropa (kem)
allotropealotropo (kem)
allotropyalotropeso (kem)
to alloy; combine metals by fusionaloyar {tr}
alloy (of metals); (fig.) any impure mixture; quality (of things in general)aloyuro
(the) AlpsAlpi (mont)
alpine pasturealpo
alpaca (animal; wool)alpako (mamif)
high (dimension, sound or pressure); tallalta
height (quality)alteso
bull (operator)altigisto (financ)
viola (alto violin), altoalto (muzin)
alto, countertenor (voice)alto-voco (muz)
alto player, (US) violistaltisto (muz)
altaraltaro (rel)
althaea, (US) althea (such as hollyhock, marsh mallow, (US) rose mallow)alteo (pl)
to alter (modify the nature or quality of a thing, generally for the worse), spoil, debase (currency), corrupt (language)alterar {tr}
to alternate, take turnsalternar {ntr}
alternative (in place of another)alternativa
alternative, choice, optionalternativo
alternatoralternatoro
altitudealtitudo
other, anotheraltra
otherwisealtre
another (thing), something elsealtro
another person, someone elsealtru
othersaltri
to alteraltrigar
at another hour, at another timealtrakloke
elsewherealtraloke
by another namealtranome
in other wordsaltravorte
altruismaltruismo
altruistaltruisto
to allude to, refer to, have reference toaludar {tr}
allusionaludo
aluminium, (US) aluminumaluminio (elem)
alumaluno (kem)
gaitaluro
alluviumaluviono
alveolus (honeycomb cell, tooth socket, etc)alveolo
AlsaceAlzacia (lando)
Alsatian (n.)Alzaciano
to love, like (very much), care for, cherishamar {tr}
love (strong liking)amo
loveramanto
beloved (n.)amato
amalgam (also fig.)amalgamo
to tame (an animal), make docile, make tractable; (fig.) make (someone) more sociableamansar {tr}
hawser, mooring rope or cable; lashing (as for a gun, etc.)amaro
amaranth, amarant (plant of the love-lies-bleeding genus)amaranto (pl)
amaranth-colouredamarantea
amaryllisamariliso (pl)
mass, pile, heapamaso
to heap up, amassamasigar
amateuramatoro
amaurosisamauroso (morbo)
amazon (also fig.)amazono
bothamba
circumlocution, roundabout expression, ambageambajo
embassy (function)ambasado
embassy (administration)ambasaderio
embassy (residence)ambasadeyo
ambassadorambasadisto
to be ambitious (to), aim atambiciar {tr}
ambitionambicio
ambitiousambicioza
ambidextrousambidextra
ambiguous, equivocalambigua
ambiguity (equivocal expression)ambiguajo
ambiguousness, ambiguityambigueso
to amble (of horses, etc.)amblar {ntr}
amblyopicambliopa (patol)
amblyopiaambliopeso (morbo)
amboambono
anvilamboso
ambergrisambro (subs)
ambrosia (also fig.)ambrozio
ambulanceambulanco (veturo)
amoeba, (US) amebaamebo (animalo)
amoebocyte, (US) amebocyteamebocito (biol)
amoeboid, (US) ameboidameboida (biol)
improve, ameliorateameliorar {tr}
amenamen»
fine, penaltyamendo
catkin, amentum, amentamento (bot)
americiumamericio (elem)
AmericaAmerika (lando)
American (adj.: of (the continent of) America)Amerikana
American (of the American continent)Amerikana
American (native of America)Amerikano
amethystametisto (min)
amphetamineamfetamino
amphibiousamfibia (zool)
amphibianamfibio
amphimixisamfimixio (biol)
amphioxus, ~lanceletamfioxo (animalo)
amphipyreninamfipirenino (biokem)
amphitheatre (all senses), (US) amphitheateramfiteatro
amphoraamforo
Amhara (region of Abyssinia)Amhara (lando)
Amharic (adj.)Amharana
Amhara (native)Amharano
amianthus, amiantusamianto (min)
amideamido (kem)
Amidolamidolo
friendamiko
friendly, amicableamikala
friendship, friendliness, amityamikeso
starch (fecula used to stiffen linen etc.; amylum)amilo (kem)
amyloplastamiloplasto (biol)
amineamino (kem)
amitosisamitoso (biol)
to give a general pardon toamnestiar {tr}
to have amnesiaamneziar {ntr}
amnesia, loss of memoryamnezio
amnionamniono
amniotic fluidamnioto (anat)
ammonia (gas)amono (kem)
ammoniumamonio (kem)
aqueous ammonia, ammonium hydroxideamoniako (kem)
gum-ammoniacamoniak-gumo
sal-ammoniacamoniak-salo
ammonite (fossil shell)amonito
to add up to, amount toamontar {tr}
to love passionately (as between the sexes)amorar {tr}
passionate loveramoranto
passionate loveamoro
to set going (an instrument or a force), prime (a pump or gun)amorcar {tr}
primer (of a firearm)amorcilo
amorphousamorfa (fizk)
to weaken, deaden, soften (a blow, a fall, etc.); calm (passions); abate (inflammation); tone down, soften (colours); pay, liquidate (aamortisar {tr}
redeemableamortisebla (pek)
damper, (US) dampener; extinguisher (for charcoal, etc.)amortisilo
sinking-fundamortis-pekunio (pek)
Virginia creeperampelopso (pl)
ampere, "amp"ampero
ammeterampermetro
ample, spacious; full (of garments), abundant (of supplies); liberal (of a reward)ampla
amplenessampleso
to amplifyampligar
amplificationampligo
amplitude (tech.)amplitudo (fizk)
(glass) bulb, (light) bulb, bellied phial; blisterampulo
to amputate, cut off (surg. and fig.)amputar {tr} [de]
amuletamuleto
to amuse, entertain; (fig.) distract, divertamuzar {tr}
amusingamuzanta
entertaineramuzero
at, on (indicates contiguity, juxtaposition)an {prep}
(suffix) member, inhabitant, partisan, adherentan- {suf}
anabaptismanabaptismo (rel)
anabaptistanabaptisto (rel)
anabiosisanabioso (biol)
duckanado (ucelo)
black duckanado nigra (ucelo)
drakeanadulo
ducklinganadyuno
anaerobicanaerobia (biol)
anaphaseanafazo (biol)
pimpernelanagalo (pl)
anagramanagramo
anacoluthia, anacoluthonanakoluto (gram)
anacondaanakondo (rept)
anchorite, anchoret, religious recluseanakoreto
anachronismanakronismo
annal; (-i) annalsanalo
to produce analgesia inanalgeziar {tr} (medic)
analgesiaanalgezio (medic)
analgesicanalgeziiva
science of analysis, analyticsanalitiko
analytical (related to the science of analysis)analitikala
analystanalitikisto
to analyse (log., chem.), (US) analyzeanalizar {tr}
analysisanalizo
analytical (related to analysis)analizala
analogousanaloga
analogue (something analogous), analogon, (US) analoganalogajo
analogousness, analogyanalogeso
analogue (adj.: in electronics, computing, etc.), (US) analoganalogika (elektrn)
Annam, AnamAnam (lando)
Annamese (native of Annam)Anamano
to make an anamnesis, make a medical case history (of)anamnezar {tr} (medic)
anamorphosisanamorfoso (opt)
pineappleananaso (frukto)
anapaest, (US) anapestanapesto (proz)
anarchyanarkio (polit)
anarchismanarkiismo
anarchistanarkiisto
anastigmaticanastigmata (opt)
anastomosisanastomoso (anat)
to anathematiseanatemar {tr}
anathema (ecclesiastical denunciation)anatemo
AnatoliaAnatolia (lando)
anatomy (science)anatomio (cienco)
ancestorancestro
ancestralancestrala
anchovyanchovo (fisho)
old (opposite of new)anciena
AndesAndi (mont)
AndalusiaAndaluzia (lando)
Andalusian (n.)Andaluziano
AndorraAndora (lando)
red cotton fabricandrinoplo (stofo)
androeciumandroceo (bot)
androdioeciousandrodioika (bot)
androgynousandrogina (biol)
androidandroido (aparato)
andromonoeciousandromonoika (bot)
anecdoteanekdoto
anaemia, (US) anemiaanemio (morbo)
anaemic, (US) anemicanemiika
anemophilousanemofila (bot)
wind gauge, anemometeranemometro
anemoneanemono (pl)
aneroidaneroida (fizk)
aneroid (barometer)aneroido
to anaesthetise, (US) anesthetizeanesteziar {tr} (medic)
(act of) anaesthetisinganestezio (medic)
anaesthesia, anaesthesis, (US) anesthesia, anesthesisanestezieso (medic)
anaesthetic, (US) anestheticanesteziiva (medic)
dillaneto (pl)
aneurysm, aneurismanevrismo (morbo)
to annexanexar {tr}
fish hookangelo
angelicaangeliko (pl)
angelusangelus» (rel)
angina (quinsy, croup or similar inflammatory ailment)angino (morbo)
angiomaangiomo (patol)
angiopathyangiopatio (morbo)
angioplastyangioplastio (kir)
angiospermangiospermo (bot)
EnglishAngla
English person, EnglishmanAnglo
EnglandAnglia (lando)
Anglicananglikana (rel)
Anglicanismanglikanismo
AngolaAngola (lando)
to be in anguish (of mind or body)angorar {ntr} [pri, pro]
anguishangoro
Angora goatAngora-kapro (animalo)
Angora catAngora-kato (animalo)
angostura (tree)angosturo (arb)
eel (fish)anguilo (fisho)
angle; cornerangulo (geom)
acute angleangulo akuta
obtuse angleangulo obtuza
angular, corner (adj.)angulala
right-angledort-angula
corner-piece (furniture)angulo-moblo
corner stoneangulo-petro
Anhalt (German duchy)Anhalt (lando)
to pant, gasp for breathanhelar {ntr} [pro] (medic)
anhelation, shortness of breath, pantinganhelado (medic)
to wind, put out of breathanheligar
anhydrousanhidra (kem)
anilineanilino (kem)
to animate (endow with life); (fig.) enlivenanimar {tr}
animatedly, with brioanime
animal (n.)animalo (animalo)
animal (adj.)animalala
group of animals; faunaanimalaro
animismanimismo
anionaniono (fizk)
anniversaryaniversario
aniseanizo (pl)
aniseedanizo-semini
anisetteaniz-liquoro
anisotropicanizotropa (biol)
angelanjelo (rel)
angelicanjelatra
also, tooanke {adv}
to ankylose, achylose, cause ankylosisankilosar {tr}
ankylosis, anchylosisankiloso
still, yet, until now, until then (refers to a fact or an act already existing)ankore {adv}
anchorankro
to anchorankro-agar (nav)
anchorageankro-ageyar (nav)
cat-head (naut.)ankro-trabo
soulanmo (rel)
soulful, with spiritanmoza
death-watch beetle, death-tick or woodworm, furniture beetleanobio (insekto)
wood-fretter, furniture beetle (larva: woodworm)ligno-anobio (insekto)
anodeanodo (fizk)
abnormal, anomalous, irregularanomala
anonymousanonima
anorakanorako (vesto)
arc-shaped handle (of cup, bucket etc)anso
(suffix for the present active participle)ant-
antagonismantagonismo
antagonistantagonisto
Antarctic (adj.)antarktika (geog)
before (of time), earlier thanante {prep}
before (conj.)ante ke
former, previous, preceding, priorantea
previously, before (adv.), heretoforeantee
antecedent (gram., log., math.)antecedento
antenna, feeler; aerialanteno
antherantero (bot)
antheridiumanteridio (bot)
anterior, earlier, previous, preceding (in space or time)anteriora
antherozoid, antherozooidanterozoido (bot)
anthesisantezo (bot)
anti-, contra-, counter- (for use mainly in scientific terms)anti- {pref}
antibacterial (adj.)anti-bakteria
antitoxinanti-toxino (medkm)
vermifuge, anthelmintic, anthelminthic, helminthicanti-vermo (medkm)
antibiotic (adj.)antibiotika (medic)
antibiotic (n.)antibiotiko (medic)
anticycloneanticiklono (meteor)
to anticipateanticipar {tr}
antidote (also fig.)antidoto (medkm)
antiphon, antiphony, ~refrainantifono (rel)
antiphonary, antiphonerantifonaro
antiphrasisantifrazo (retor)
antigenantigeno
anticlinal (geol.)antiklina (geol)
antibodyantikorpo (biokem)
Antichristantikristo (rel)
West Indies, AntillesAntili (lando)
antilogy, contradiction in ideasantilogio
antelopeantilopo (mamif)
antimatterantimaterio (fizk)
antimilitarismantimilitarismo
antimilitaristantimilitaristo
antimony, stibiumantimonio (elem)
antinomy (jur., philos.)antinomio
antiparticleantipartikulo (fizk)
to have an aversion to, have an antipathy toantipatiar {tr}
antipathy, natural aversion, natural repugnanceantipatio
antipode, (-i:) antipodesantipodo (geog)
antique, ancient, of a former epochantiqua
antique (n.)antiquajo
antiquaryantiquajisto
antiquarian (adj.)antiquara
antirrhinum, snapdragonantirino (pl)
to antisepticise, make antiseptic, free from microbial contaminationantisepsiar {tr} (medic)
antiseptic (adj.)antisepsiiva
antiseptic (agent)antisepsiivo
antiseptic (adj.)antisepta (medic)
antithesisantitezo
antitoxinantitoxino (medkm)
anthologyantologio
antonymantonimo
antonomasiaantonomazio (retor)
anthracite, hard-coalantracito (min)
anthropoid (adj.)antropoida (zool)
anthropoid (n.)antropoido (zool)
anthropologyantropologio (cienco)
anthropometryantropometrio (cienco)
anthropomorphicantropomorfa
anthropomorphantropomorfo
anthropomorphismantropomorfismo
pipit, titlarkantuso (ucelo)
annulanular {tr}
to announceanuncar {tr} [ad]
to cry wares (for sale)klame anuncar vari
Annunciation (day), Lady-dayanunco-festo
anusanuso
to be anxiousanxiar {ntr} [pri, pro, de]
anxietyanxio
anxiousanxioza
aoristaoristo (gram)
aortaaorto
aortitisaortito (morbo)
appanage, apanageapanajo (pek)
to endow with an appanageapanajizar
to appear, become visible, be in sightaparar {ntr} [ad, avan]
apparatusaparato (tekn)
apart (adj.), separate, alone, (US) aside (adj.)aparta
separately, apart (adv.), asideaparte
appartment, flat, suite of roomsapartamento
to belong, appertain, pertainapartenar {ntr} [ad]
appurtenanceapartenajo
apathy, indifference (lack of feeling or interest)apatio
apathetic, impassiveapatioza
to appeal (in law); (fig.) call (for help or sympathy)apelar {ntr} [ad ulu, pri ulo]
to give notice of an appealasignar apelo
to lodge an appealfacar apelo
appendix (lit., anat., zool., bot.)apendico
appendicitisapendicito (morbo)
hardly, scarcely, barelyapene {adv}
ApenninesApenini (mont)
to realise (become conscious of (an idea or fact)), grasp mentallyaperceptar {tr}
aperitifaperitivo (drnkj)
to open, unclose (also fig. with heart, soul, etc.)apertar {tr} [por]
aperture, gapaperturo
aperient, laxativeapertivo (medkm)
to have an appetite for (also fig.)apetitar {tr}
smallage, wild celeryapio (pl)
apicalapikala (biol)
aplanaticaplanata (opt)
to crush, squash (soft objects); (fig.) oppressaplastar {tr}
roller (as for flattening roads)rul-aplastilo
to clap, applaud; (fig.) to express approbationaplaudar {tr}
to apply (also fig.), lay on, impose (one thing on another)aplikar {tr} [ad, sur]
(fig.) to apply oneself (the mind, attention)aplikar su
applicable (also fig.), appositeaplikebla
perpendicularity; plummet, plumb line; (fig.) assurance, self-confidenceaplombo
apodictic, apodeictic, necessarily trueapodiktika (filoz)
apophysisapofizo (anat)
to prop (up), stay, support; lean, rest; base (one thing on another), found; ground (also fig.: assertions, reasons, etc.)apogar {tr} [ad, an, sur]
prop, stay, support, stanchionapogilo
head-supportkap-apogilo
flying buttressapog-arko (arkit)
point of supportapog-punto
strut, brace, propapog-trabo
apogamic, apogamousapogama (biol)
apogeeapogeo (astron)
apocalypseapokalipso (rel)
apocryphalapokrifa
apochromaticapokromata (opt)
apologue, moral fableapologo
to defend or justify (in speech or writing)apologiar {tr}
justification, apologia, defenceapologio
aponeurosisaponevroso (anat)
apoplexyapoplexio (patol)
apoplectic attackaceso di apoplexio
aposporyaposporio (bot)
apostate (adj.)apostata (rel)
apostate (n.)apostato (rel)
apostasyapostateso
a posteriori (adv.)aposteriorie
a posteriori (adj.)aposterioriala
apostil, annotation, marginal note; recommendatory note (to back a petition)apostilo
apostleapostolo (rel)
apostrophe (gram., rhetoric)apostrofo
chemist's shop, pharmacy, (US) drugstore (medical)apoteko
apothemapotemo (geom)
apotheosis, deification, glorificationapoteoso
apposition (gram.)apoziciono (gram)
wild boarapro (mamif)
to appreciate (be aware of the good qualities in, realise the importance of)apreciar {tr}
apprenticeaprentiso [pri]
to dress (leather, calico, fabric, paper etc.)apretar {tr} (tekn)
Aprilaprilo
a priori (adv.)apriorie
a priori (adj.)aprioriala
to approve of, give approbation toaprobar {tr}
sap (trench or works made by besiegers), (-i) approachesaprocho (fortif)
to estimate, evaluate approximatelyaproximar {tr}
apse, apsis (arch., astron.)apsido
apt, suitable, fit (for), good (for), appropriateapta [ad, por]
next to, besideapud {prep}
adjacentapuda [ad]
adjacentlyapude
to juxtaposeapudpozar
ApuliaApulia (lando)
to point (camera, gun, telescope, etc.), take aim withapuntar {tr} [ulo, ad]
sight (of a gun)apuntilo (tekn)
swift (bird)apuso (ucelo)
wateraquo (subs)
aqueousaquoza
aqua regiarejala aquo (kem)
waterproofaquo-espruva
waterfallaquo-falo
water meteraquo-kontilo
watershedaquo-pento
jet of wateraquo-sprico
nitric acid, aqua fortisaquaforto (kem)
(copper) etching (made using aqua fortis) ?aquafortajo (arto)
aquamarine (mineral)aquamarino (min)
watercolour, (US) watercolor (painting)aquarelo (arto)
to paint in watercolouraquarel-piktar
aquariumaquario (aparato)
aquatint (print)aquatinto (arto)
aqueductaquedukto (tekn)
columbine, aquilegiaaquilegio (pl)
north wind (likened to an eagle: litt., poet.)aquilono
to acquire, get, gain, win (through one's own effort), contract (a habit, a disease), incur (dislike, hatred)aquirar {tr} [per, po]
acquisition (thing acquired)aquirajo
native of AquitaineAquitano
AquitaineAquitania (lando)
(present infinitive ending)ar (gram)
are (measure of area)aro (mez)
(suffix denoting a collection, group or set of objects or beings)ar- {suf}
Arab (adj.), Arabic, ArabianAraba
Arab (n.)Arabo
arabesquearabesko (arto)
ArabiaArabia (lando)
to pull out, drag out, tear out, grub up (roots), wrest (also fig.)arachar {tr} [de, ek, ulo de ulu]
AragonAragon (lando)
arrack, arakarako (drnkj)
peanut (plant), groundnut, monkey nut, gooberarakido (pl)
arachnid (mite, scorpion, spider or tick)araknido (animalo)
arachnoid (membrane)araknoido (anat)
AramAramea (lando)
Aramaic; Aramaean, ArameanArameana
Aramaean, ArameanArameano
spideraraneo
spider legarane-pedo
spider-web, cobwebarane-reto
to arrange, dispose, settlearanjar {tr}
crossbow, arbalest (bow), arbalistarbalesto (armo)
to judge or decide (as an arbitrator), arbitrate on (a disagreement)arbitrar {tr}
arbitrator; referee; umpirearbitranto
to carry on arbitrage (buy and sell on the market)arbitrajar {tr} [pri]
arbitragearbitrajo
free-willarbitrio
arbitrary, discretionaryarbitriala
arbitrary act, capricious actarbitriajo
at will, ad libitum, ad-libarbitrie
at the discretion (or will) ofsegun la arbitrio di
tree; axletree, shaft (revolving rod)arboro (bot)
axletree, shaft (revolving rod)ax-arboro
arborealarborala
arborescentarboratra
thorn-treedorn-arboro
ebony treeeben-arboro
transmission shafttransmis-arboro
wooded (containing trees)arboroza
genealogical treearboro genealogiala
tree frogarboro-rano (animalo)
shrub, small busharbusto (bot)
underbrushsub-arbusto
thicketarbustaro
arbutus berryarbuto (frukto)
(European) arbutus, strawberry-treearbutiero (arb)
(Noah's) ark (biblical)archo (biblo)
Ark of the Covenantarcho di kontrato (biblo)
the Ardennes (plateau)Ardeni (lando)
slate (material)ardezo (subs)
slate (for writing)ardeza tabelo
to cover or roof with slateardez-kovrar
slate quarryardez-mineyo
to be aglow, glowing hot, fiery; (of passion, zeal) be ardent, be fervent (of animals) be in heat, rutardorar {ntr} [pri]
glowing heat; ardour, (US) ardor; rutardoro
rugged; (of mountains, etc.) arduous, hardardua
area, extent of surface, surface areaareo
areca nut, betel nutareko (pl)
areca (palm), betel palmarekiero (arb)
arena, ring (for games etc.)areno
areola (anat., med.)areolo
araemometer, areometer, hydrometerareometro (instr)
araeometry, areometryareometrio (cienco)
Areopagus (also fig.)areopago (antiq)
Areopagiteareopagano
to arrest (someone), put under arrestarestar {tr} (judic)
marabou (stork)argalo (ucelo)
sheers, shears, sheerlegs, gin (hoisting apparatus)argano
clay, argil, potter's earthargilo
ArgolisArgolido (lando)
argonargono (elem)
Argonaut; argonaut, paper nautilusargonauto
AargauArgovia (lando)
to argue (a case), try to prove somethingargumentar {ntr} [pri]
tune, airario (muz)
(suffix indicating the object of an action, the recipient of an action, or one upon whom a right, especially legal, is conferred)ari- {suf}
arid, dry and barrenarida
AriesArieto (astron)
battering ramarieto
hydraulic ramarieto hidraulikala (aparato)
arilarilo (bot)
arris, edge (line where two faces or planes meet); ridge (of nose, mountain etc.); awn, beard (of cereal)aristo
aristocraticaristokrata
aristocrataristokrato
aristocracy (collectively)aristokrataro
aristocracy (quality)aristokrateso
aristocracy (system)aristokratismo
plant of genus Aristolochia, birthwortaristolokio (pl)
AristotleAristoteles
AristotelianismAristotelismo
arithmeticaritmetiko
arithmometer, (mechanical) calculating machinearitmografo (aparato)
theory of numbersaritmologio
to practise divination by numbersaritmomanciar {ntr}
divination by numbersaritmomancio
to arrive (at a destination, at a certain place)arivar {ntr} [an]
silverarjento
silver (adj.: of silver)arjenta
argentine, silvery (silver-coloured)arjentea
argentiferousarjentoza
alloy of copper, zinc and nickelarjentano (subs)
Argentina, the ArgentineArjentinia (lando)
Argentine, Argentinian (adj.)Arjentiniana
Argentine, Argentinian (person)Arjentiniano
arch (archit.); arc (geom., elec.)arko
flying buttressapog-arko
to buttressark-apogar
bow (weapon)ark-armo
arc lampark-lampo
bow (weapon)arm-arko
rainbowpluv-arko
saddle bowsel-arko
triumphal archtriumf-arko
bridge (of a violin)arketo
Sagittarius, the ArcherArkero (astron)
arquebus, harquebusarkabuzo (armo)
arcadearkado (arkit)
ArcadiaArkadia (lando)
Arcadian (native of Arcadia)Arkadiano
archaic, antiquatedarkaika
archaism (expression), antiquated form of speecharkaismo
arcanearkana
arcanumarkano
archegoniumarkegonio (bot)
archaeologist, (US) archeologistarkeologo
archaeology, (US) archeologyarkeologio (cienco)
archesporiumarkesporo (bot)
(prefix used especially in titles: of eminent degree, chief)arki- {pref}
archangelarki-anjelo
archbishoparki-episkopo
archimandritearkimandrito
ArchimedesArkimedes
archipelagoarkipelago (geog)
archiplasmarkiplasmo (biol)
architectarkitekto
architecturearkitekturo (arto)
architravearkitravo (arkit)
archive, record(s)arkivo
archivoltarkivolto (arkit)
archon (hist.)arkonto
Arcticarktika (geog)
harlequinarlekino
harlequin dress; (fig.) patch-work, medleyarlekin-vesto
weapon, armarmo
armouryarmeyo
to armarmizar
battleaxearmo-hakilo
bow (weapon)arm-arko (armo)
flail (weapon)arm-drashilo (armo)
firearmpaf-armo
armadilloarmadilo (mamif)
shipownerarmatoro
armature (elec.); iron stays or braces (to strengthen masonry, etc.)armaturo
reinforced concretebetono armaturizita
wire covering of a cablekabl-armaturo
army, armed force (army, navy, air force)armeo (milit)
air forceaer-armeo
navymar-armeo
army corpsarme-korpo
ArmeniaArmenia (lando)
Armenian (adj.)Armeniana
Armenian (person)Armeniano
truce, armisticearmistico
cupboardarmoro (moblo)
cabinet (small cupboard)armoreto
dish closet, crockery cupboardplad-armoro
wardrobevest-armoro
horseradisharmoracio (pl)
arnica (plant; medicine)arniko
to arrogate, claim (for oneself) without justification, make undue claim forarogar {tr} [ulo, a su]
arrogantaroganta
arrogantarogema
arrogancearogemeso
aromaaromo
seasoning (herb or spice), aromatic substance of vegetable originaromato (subs)
arrowroot (flour)aroruto
to wet (with any liquid), waterarozar {tr} [per ulo]
to drench, soakarozegar {tr}
to moisten, dampenarozetar {tr}
watering canarozilo (aparato)
to play arpeggiosarpejar {ntr} (muz)
arpeggioarpejo
arsenic (element)arseno (elem)
arsenal (for weapons)arsenalo (milit)
art (practical skill or its application, guided by principles)arto (arto)
artistic (relating to arts)artala
artistic quality or characterartaleso
artistic (of a person)artema
(the) fine artsarti bela
social accomplishmentsarti socialla
artemisia (mugwort, sagebrush, southerwood, etc.)artemizio (pl)
arteryarterio (anat)
arterialarteriala
arteriolearterieto (anat)
arteritisarteriito (morbo)
arteriotomyarteriotomio (kir)
artesianarteza (tekn)
artesian wellarteza puteo (tekn)
artichoke, globe artichoke, French artichokeartichoko (pl)
artifice (artful or ingenious expedient)artifico
cunning trickartificacho
artificialartificala
artful, cunningartificoza
joint, articulation (anat., tech.)artiko
article (newspaper, etc; grammar)artiklo
definite articledefinita artiklo (gram)
to articulate, speak (words, syllables, etc.) clearlyartikular {tr}
artillery (troops)artilerio (milit)
artiodactylartiodaktilo (mamif)
artisan, mechanicartizano
artocarpus (breadfruit tree, jack tree, etc.)artokarpo (arb)
breadfruit; breadnut (fruit)artokarpo-frukto (frukto)
part or segment of a limb or body, articulation (segment)artro (anat)
arthritisartrito (morbo)
arthritis suffererartritiko
arthrodiaartrodio (anat)
arthropodartropodo
to ruffle (up), turn back (feathers, hair)arufar {tr}
to stroke a cat the wrong waykarezar kato arufe
arum, cuckoopint, lords-and-ladies, wake-robinarumo (pl)
haruspex, aruspexaruspico
AuvergneArvernia (lando)
Aryan (adj.: race, language), ~Indo-EuropeanAryana
Aryan (person)Aryano
(ending of a verb in the present tense)as
ace (cards, dice)aso (lud)
ace of heartskordio-aso
asafoetida, asafetida (resin)asafetido
to assault (a fortified place), storm, charge (the enemy)asaltar {tr} (milit)
assailantasaltanto
(fig.) to take the bull by the hornsasaltar quik l'obstaklo
to make a sally, sortieek-asaltar
unassailable, impregnableneasaltebla
to assassinate (kill with intent and by ambush or surprise)asasinar {tr}
asbestosasbesto (min)
to insure, underwrite (against loss)asekurar {tr} [kontre] (pek)
insurance (policy) documentasekuro-akto
(insurance) premiumasekuro-taxo
insurer, underwriterasekuristo
(the) insuredasekurito
insurance policyasekur-akto
woodlouseaselo (animalo)
to assemble, bring together (people, materials, etc.)asemblar {tr}
to give assent to, agree (to), acquiesce inasentar {tr}
asepticasepta (medic)
to assert (make an assertion, state as a fact), claim (as a fact)asertar {tr}
asserted, claimed, so-calledasertita
assistant judge or magistrateasesoro
asphaltasfalto (subs)
to asphaltasfaltizar
to asphyxiateasfixiar {tr}
asphodelasfodelo (pl)
regular, constant (in attendance or work)asidua
to besiege, beleaguer, lay siege toasiejar {tr} (milit)
to assign, allot, set apart (a sum), fix, appoint (a day, place, rank); (fig., legal) summons, cite, subpoenaasignar {tr} [ad]
subpoena, writ, summonsasigno-letro (judic)
to assimilate (physiol. & fig.)asimilar {tr} (fiziol)
asymptote, asymptotic lineasimptoto (geom)
AssyriaAsiria (lando)
Assyrian (person)Asiriano
to attend (be present at)asistar {tr} [ulo]
presence, attendanceasisto
audience, congregationasistantaro
ascaridaskarido (animalo)
ascetic (n.)asketo
asceticism (doctrine)asketismo
asclepiad (plant: swallow-wort; type of verse)asklepiado
to listen to, hearken to, give ear toaskoltar {tr}
donkey, assasno (mamif)
stupid assasnacho
she-assasnino (mamif)
jackassasnulo (mamif)
to make (someone) one's associate (in any matter), make (someone) participate or share in somethingasociar {tr} [ad]
sociableasociema
associate, fellowasociito
to bludgeon, fell (with a blow), beat senselessasomar {tr}
to be assonantasonancar {ntr} [kun]
assonantasonancanta
assonanceasonanco
to sort, assort, match (things alike, or somewhat alike, or that match or suit one another)asortar {tr} [kun]
assortmentasortajo
set (group of things that match)asorturo
asparagusasparago (pl)
asparagineasparagino (biokem)
aspartameaspartamo (kem)
to look (like), appear (have an appearance)aspektar {ntr}
to look happyaspektar felica
to look like a foolaspektar quale folo
aspect, look, sightaspekto
rough (of a surface), unevenaspera
to sprinkle (with a liquid), spray lightlyaspersar {tr} [per]
plant of genus Asperula (such as woodruff and squinancy-wort)asperulo (pl)
(sweet) woodruffasperulo odoroza (pl)
asp (snake)aspiko (animalo)
aspic (jelly with meat or fish), ~brawnaspikjeleo
to inhale, draw in (air, smoke, etc.), suck in (liquid); (ling.) aspirate; (fig.) long for, aspire toaspirar {tr} [per, ad] (biol)
aspirate (ling.)aspirajo
aspiratoraspiratoro (aparato)
aspirinaspirino (medkm)
astatineastato (elem)
astatic (magnetism)astatika (fizk)
asterastero (pl)
China asterastero Chiniana (pl)
starfish, asterid, asteridianasterio (animalo)
asteriskasterisko
asterism (star-like optical phenomenon)asterismo (fizk)
asteroidasteroido (astron)
astigmaticastigmata
astigmatismastigmateso
asthmaastmo (morbo)
asthmatic (adj.)astmika
to astonish, amazeastonar {tr}
to astoundastonegar
to be amazedastonesar
heavenly body (star, planet, etc.)astro
astrophysicsastrofiziko
ankle bone, talus (bone), astragalus (bone); astragal (archit.)astragalo
astrakhan (pelt, fur)astrakano
to have an astringent effect onastriktar {tr}
astringentastriktiva
astroidastroido (matem)
astrolabeastrolabo
astrologerastrologo
astrologyastrologio (doktrino)
astronautastronauto
astronauticsastronautiko
astronomerastronomo
astronomyastronomio (cienco)
AsturiasAsturia (lando)
AsturianAsturiano
to assume, take on oneself (a responsibility), undertake (a duty)asumar {tr}
Assumption (of the Virgin Mary)Asunciono (rel)
(suffix for the present passive participle of a verb)at-
to attachatachar {tr}
to attackatakar {tr} [per, ye]
aggressiveatakema
attack (also med.)atako
counter-attackkontre-atako
ataraxia, ataraxyataraxio (filoz)
attachéatasheo
atavismatavismo
ataxia, ataxyataxio (patol)
atheismateismo
atheist (n.)ateisto
studio (artist's), workshop (artisan's)ateliero
to pay attention to; apply the mind to, heedatencar {tr}
attention, heedatenco
attentive, mindfulatencema
pay attention, look outatencez
athenaeum, (US) atheneum (temple; literary institution)ateneo
to make a criminal attempt or assault on (someone or something)atentar {tr} (judic)
attempt (to commit an offence or crime); assault (unlawful attempt)atento
lese-majesty, leze-majesty, lese-majestéatento kontre la majesto
indecent assaultatento kontre la pudoro
to make an attempt on someone's lifeatentar la vivo di ulu
to assail someone's honouratentar la honoro di ulu
to attenuateatenuar {tr}
to bear witness to, attest to, give proof ofatestar {tr} [ulo, pri ulo, ulu]
attestation, testimony, deposition, certificationatesto
certificate, voucheratesturo
Atticatika
atticatiko (arkit)
to reach, attainatingar {tr}
beyond reachne-atingebla
atypicalatipa (biol)
attitude (mental)atitudo
telamon, atlas (archit.), (-i) atlantesatlanto (arkit)
Atlantic (adj.)Atlantika (mar)
Atlantic (ocean)Atlantiko (mar)
transatlantictrans-atlantika
atlas (geog.; anat.)atlaso
athleteatleto
athleticism (devotion to athletics)atletismo
athletics (the activity)atlet-exercado
atmosphereatmosfero (meteor)
atollatolo (geog)
atomatomo (fizk)
atomic weightatomala pezo
atomism (theory)atomismo
atomistatomisto
atony (med.)atonio (medic)
(of the nature of, or having nearly the same appearance, qualities or characteristics; suffix used ordinarily with non-verbal roots)atr- {suf}
to attract (also fig.), drawatraktar {tr}
attractiveatraktiva
to trick, take in, hoaxatrapar {tr}
hoax, trickatrapo
taken in by a rogueatrapita da fripono
to bestow, assign, vest, allocate, invest with (something as due and appropriate)atribuar {tr} [ad]
attribute (grammar; logic), attributive (n.)atributo
to feel attrition (theol.), have defective or imperfect sorrow for one's sinatricar {ntr} (teol)
attrition (theol.)atrico
atriumatriumo (arkit)
to atrophy (cause to atrophy)atrofiar {tr} (medic)
to atrophy (intr.), waste awayatrofiesar
atrophyatrofio
atropine, atropinatropino (kem)
tuna, tunnyatuno (fisho)
to stunaturdar {tr}
to hear (receive sensations by the ear)audar {tr}
auditory, auditiveaudala
by hearsayper audo
to dare, be so bold asaudacar {tr}
audacity, daring (n.)audaco
rashness, temerityaudacego
to emboldenaudacigar
daring (adj.), bold, audacious, intrepidaudacoza
hearing, audience (granted by a person in authority)audienco
audiometeraudiometro (aparato)
audionaudiono (elek)
(title of a) junior court official, court assessorauditoro
Augean stableAugias-stablo (mitol)
to increase, augment, make larger or more numerous; raise (rents, prices, wages, etc.)augmentar {tr/ntr} [per]
increase, augmentation; augment (gram.)augmento
augmentativeaugmentiva
to augur (foretell from signs)augurar {tr} [de ulo]
augur, soothsayerauguristo
august, venerable, imposing, majesticaugusta
hall (as in a college, university, etc.), great hall, aulaaulo
AulisAulido
halo (as around the head of a saint or angel), aureola, aureoleaureolo
auricle, atrium (anat.)aurikulo (anat)
dawn, auroraauroro
aurora borealis, northern lights; aurora australis, southern lightsauroro polala
to auscultateauskultar {tr} (medic)
omen, auspiceauspicio
strict or severe with oneself, self-disciplined, ~austere, ~rigidaustera
south wind, austral wind (poet.)austro (meteor)
austral, southernaustrala (meteor)
southern latitudeaustrala latitudo
AustralasiaAustralazia (lando)
AustraliaAustralia (lando)
Australian (adj.)Australiana
Australian (n.)Australiano
AustriaAustria (lando)
Austrian (adj.)Austriana
Austrian (n.)Austriano
autarkic, autarkicalautarka
autarkyautarkeso
authentic, genuineautentika
autismautismo (psik)
auto-, self- (in scientific & technical words)auto- {pref}
autobiographyautobiografio
bus (vehicle)autobuso (veturo)
auto-da-féautodafe» (hist)
self-taught (of a person), autodidacticautodidakta
autodidact, self-taught personautodidakto
autogamous, autogamicautogama (biol)
autogamyautogameso
autogyro, autogiro, gyroplaneautogiro (veturo)
autographic (written with one's own hand), autograph (adj.)autografa
autograph (writing in author's hand, original signature or writing)autografo
autoclaveautoklavo
autocratautokrato
autocracy (quality)autokrateso
autocracy (regime)autokratismo
autolysisautolizo (biol)
automatic, self-actingautomata
automatonautomato (aparato)
motor-car, automobileautomobilo (veturo)
autonomous, self-governing, independentautonoma (polit)
to hold an autopsy onautopsiar {tr} (medic)
autopsy, autopsia, post-mortem (examination)autopsio
author; (fig.) creator, originatorautoro
(author's) copyrightautor-yuro
authority, legal or rightful power (also fig.)autoritato
authoritativeautoritatoza
to autotypeautotipar {tr}
autotype, halftone etchingautotipuro
autotomyautotomio (zool)
autumn, (US) fall (season)autuno
autumnalautunala
auxiliaryauxiliara
grandparentavo
grandmotheravino
grandfatheravulo
great grandparent; forefatherpre-avo
assurance of payment, surety (signed assurance)avalo
to guarantee (payment of) (a bill, invoice, promissory note) by endorsementavalizar
to fall as an avalancheavalanchar {ntr}
avalancheavalancho
in front of, ahead of, before (in space)avan {prep}
forward, advance, front (adj.)avana
in frontavane
front (n.)avano
forepart, front part; (fig.) forequarters (as of a horse)avanajo
forearmavanbrakio
anteroom, antechamberavanchambro
vanguardavanguardo
outer harbour, (US) outer harboravanhaveno
forward hold (of a ship)avanholdo
to advance, go forwardavanirar {ntr}
outpost (mil.)avanposteno
suburbavanurbo
front man; (mil.) chief of fileavanviro
Asia MinorAvan-Azia (lando)
to advance (in space or time), go forward, move forward (a hand, a foot, an army, departure, etc.)avancar {tr/ntr}
advantageavantajo
advantageousavantajoza
disadvantagedesavantajo
apron (garment or mech.); pinaforeavantalo
miserly, greedy, avariciousavara [pri]
avariceavareso
to damage (in conveying goods, the ship, vehicle, train, aircraft or goods carried)avariar {tr}
damage, loss (while conveying goods), average (maritime loss)avario
hazelnut, cobnut, filbertavelano
hazel, cob (tree)avelaniero (arb)
hazel (in colour)avelanea
oats, oataveno (pl)
porridgeaven-gruelo
to go on adventures, seek adventuresaventurar {ntr}
adventureaventuro
adventurousaventurema
avenue (tree-lined approach road)avenuo
averageaverajo
front (of a coin, medal, cloth, etc.), obverse; odd(-numbered) pageaverso
to give notice to, apprise (of a future event or possibility), ~warnavertar {tr} [pri ulo]
to practise aviation, fly (of a person)aviacar {ntr}
aviationaviacado
flying machine (heavier than air)aviacilo
avid, eager (for), craving, greedyavida [ad, de]
vindictivevenj-avida
aeroplaneaviono (veturo)
avionicsavioniko (cienco)
to give notice to, notify, apprise, advise (give information of a practical nature, such as opening hours, an order or prohibition)avizar {tr} [pri ulo]
notification, noticeavizo
avocetavoceto (ucelo)
avocadoavokado (frukto)
"avoué" (a type of judicial official in France)avoué»
axis; axleaxo
axialaxala
horizontal shaftax-arboro (mek)
axle-treerot-axo (mek)
axis of rotationrotac-axo (mek)
armpit, axilla (anat.)</