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A

a,ab (pr.:6.) - about
abaraacca|-racicca,abiarnucca (v.) -turn around, rotate
abarania|-rani (v.) - defend, protect
abarona [f.] - defence
abaroniec, abaronca [m.] - defender, protector
abasnova [f.] - justification
abaviazak [m.] - duty
abaviazkova [f.] - sense of duty, conscientiousness
abaviazkovy (adj.) - 1. obligatory 2. dutiful, conscientous
abeceda [f.] - alphabet (Latin)
abhlad [m.] - review, survey
abiacanka [f.],abiacanie [n.] - promise
abiaca(v.-perf.) - promise
abied [m.] - dinner
abieznadziejvacca| -dzieicca(v.) - loose faith
abjania| -ni (v.) - explain
abliva|-li (v.) - pour, drench
abmiaowva| -mieava (v.) - limit, confine, restrict
abmyka [f.] - mistake,error
abmylacca| -licca (v.) - make a mistake
abo (cnj.) - or; abo...abo - either... or
abodva (m.pl.)aboje(m.and.f.pl.)abiedvie(f.pl)(prn.) - both
abstaviny [f.pl.] - conditions
abar [m.] - area, space
abutak [m.] - footwear, shoes
abviaa | -vieci (v.) - notify, proclaim
abvinavalnik [m.] - accuser
abvinavava| -vini (v.) - accuse
achova [f.] - 1. protection 2. guard
achviara [f.] - victim
achvota [f.] - readiness, willingness
aciec [m.] - father
ad (pr.:2.) - from
adbira| adabra (v.) - take (away), deprive
adbyvacca| -bycca (v.) - take place, happen
aduva| adu (v.) - feel
adynia| -yni(v.) - open
addava| -da (v.) - give (away,back)
addzie [m.] - 1. squad 2. department
addycha (v.imp.) - breath
adkaz [m.] - responce
adkazna [f.] - responsibility
adkazny (adj.) - responsible
adkazva| -kaza (v.) - respond
adkryty (adj.) - open
adkul (pr.) - from where
adlot [m.] - take off ,start (of airplane)
admawlacca|-movicca (v.) - resign, give up
admawla|-movi (v.) - refuse
admiena [f.] - change
admova [f.] - refusal, denial
adnav'ok [m.] - cyclop
adpaviedna da (pr.:2.) - according to
adpyw [m.] - ebb (-tide)
adras [m.] - adress
adsutna [f.] - absence
adsutny (adj.) - absent
adukacyja [f.] - education
advaha [f.] - courage
adviedva| -vieda (v.) - visit
adyma|adnia (v.) - 1.math.: substract 2.deduct
adziea, adzieyna [f.],adzienie [n.] - clothing, clothes, wardrobe
adzin (num.) - one
adzinota[f.],adzinoctva[n.] - solitude, lonliness
Afryka [f.] - Africa
ahalicca (v.perf.) - shave, have a shave
ahali (v.perf.) - shave, give a shave
ahiencyja [f.] - agency
ahlad [m.] - review, survey
ahladalnik [m.] - spectator
aharod [m.] - garden
aho [m.] - fire
ahulny (adj.) - general, universal, common
ajciec [m.] - father
akazija [f.] - occasion, opportunity
akcyja [f.] - econ.: share
akijan [m.] - ocean
akramia, akrom, apro, apraa(pr.:2.) - except, besides
aktor [m.] - actor
aktorka [f.] - actress
aktywny (adj.) - active
akulary [m.pl.] -spectacles, glasses
aovak [m.] - pencil
albo = abo - or
ale (cnj.) - but
alej [m.] - oil
ale [m.] - stag, deer
alkohal [m.] - alcohol
amal (adv.) almost
Ameryka [f.] - America
amerykanski (adj.) - american
Anhielec [m.] Anhielka [f.] - Englander
anhielski (adj) - english
Anhlija, Anhielyna [f.] - England
anijaki (prn.) - none
anio [m.] - angel
ani (cnj.) - ani...ani - neither ... nor
apanava(v.perf) - conquere, capture
apaviada| -vieda (v.) - tell (story), relate
apiakun [n.] - protector, guardian
apieka [f.] - care, protection
apata [f.] - charge, payment
aponi (adj.) - final, last
apraa,apro (pr.:2.)= akramia
aprana| -nu (v.) - put on, dress
apranacca| -nucca (v.) - dress
aprawdva| aprawda (v.) - justify
apynucca (v.perf.) - occur
ara (v.imp.) - plough
arech [m.] - nut
arhan [m.] - arhany [m.pl.] - mus.: organ
aro [m.] - eagle
aryt [m.] - arrest, confinement
arytava (v.) - arrest, imprison
asio [m.] - donkey
asnowny (adj.) - basic, essential, fundamental
asnova [f.] - principle, base
astroh [m.] - prison
aciarozna [f.] - caution, care, prudence
aciarony (adj.) - cautious, careful, prudent
ateisty [m.] - atheist
atruva| atruci (v.) - poison
atruta [f.] - poison
atrutny (adj.) - poisonous, toxic
atrymowva,atrymliva| atryma (v.) - receive, get
awsianka [f.] - porridge
Awstralija [f.] - Australia
awtar [m.] - author
awtar [m.] - altar
awtorak [m.] - Tuesday
avieka [f.] - sheep
azard [m.] - hasard
azbuka [f.] - alphabet (cyrillic)
azdoba [f.] - decoration
Azija [f.] - Asia

B

babka [f.] - grandmother
baka [m.] - father
bakawyna [f.] - fatherland, homeland
baki [m.pl.] - parents
bay (v.imp.) - see
bahaty (adj.) - rich
bajacca (v.imp.) - be affraid, fear
bajka [f.] - tale
bale (v.imp.) - ache, hurt
bandyt, bandyta [m.] - bandit, robber
baraba [f.] - fight
baran [m.] - rma, tup
baranicca (v.imp.) - defend oneself
bara (v.imp.) - defend
bawna [f.] - cotton wool
bavawna [f.] - cotton
biada [f.] - poverty
biaroza [f.] - birch (-tree)
biaschatni (adj.) - homeless
biapieny (adj.) - safe
biapieka [f.] - safety
biazdomny (adj.) & [m.] - homeless
biazuvany (adj.) - inattentive
bicca (v.imp.) - fight
bi (v.imp.) - beat, threash
biedny (adj.) - poor
biehy (v.imp.) - run
Biearus [m.] - belarusian
Biearuska [f.] -belarusian
biearuski (adj.) - belarusian
Biearu [f.] - Belarus
biey (adj.) - white
bienzyn [m.] - petrol
biespavarotny (adj.) - irrevocable, irretrievable
biespracowje [n.] - unemployment
biespracowny (adj.) and [m.] - enemployed
biesstaronny (adj.) - impartial, fair
biez (biaz) (pr.:2.) - without
biezbaronny (adj.) - unprotected
biezzahanny (adj.) - faultless
bahi (adj.) -bad, wicked
bliskavica [f.] - lightning
blizki (adj.) - near
bliniuk [m.], blinia [n.] - twin
blaanka [f.] - tinned (canned) food
bledy (adj.) - pale
bo (cnj.) - because, for
Boh [m.] - God
bok [m.] - side
bol [m.] - pain, ache, soreness
bol (adv.) - more
bola [f.] - majority
boly (adj.) - bigger
bot [m.] - shoe
bracha (1.sing.:brau;2.sing.:brea.) (v.imp.) - bark
bra (v.imp.) - take
brama [f.] - gate
brat [m.] - brother
brudny (adj.) - dirty
brydki (adj.) - ugly
budaw'nik [m.] - builder
budawniy [m.] - architekt
budova, budowla [f.] - construction, building
buduyna [f.] - future
budynak [m.] - building
budzi (v.imp) - wake up
budka [m.] - alarm (-clock)
bulba [f.] - potato
bunt [m.] - rebellion, riot
bura [f.] - storm
burtyn [m.] - amber
busie [m.] - stork
butelka [f.] - bottle
byda [n.] - cattle
byy (adj.) - former, ex-
by (v.imp.) - be

C

cacka [f.] - toy
cal [m.] - inch
cana [f.] - price
car [m.] - tsar
carkva, cerkva [f.] - orthodox church
ceha [f.] - brick
centralny (adj.) - central
cey (adj.) - entire
chacie (v.imp.) - want
chadzi (v.imp.) - walk, go
chaj = niachaj
chaodny (adj.) - cold
chapa (v.imp.) - suffice
chapa| chapi, chapnuc (v.) - catch
charastvo [n.] - beauty
chata [f.] - cottage, house
chava (v.imp.) - hide
chiba [f.) - fault, mistake, error
chopiec, chapiec [m.] - boy
chusi (v.imp.) - lie, tell lies
chunia [f.] - lie
chleb [m.] - broad
chmara [f.] - cloud
choad [m.] -
chto (prn.) - who
chto, chtoci (prn.) - someone, somebody
chutki (adj.) - quick ,rapid, fast
chvala [f.] - wave
chvarba [f.] = farba - paint
chvaroba [f.] - disease
chvory (adj.) - ill, sick
ciapier (adv.) - now
ciapierani (adj.) - present, nowaday
ciapo [n.] - warmth
ciarpie (v.imp.) - suffer
ciarpienie [n.] - pain
ciarplivy (adj.) - patient
ciaar [m.] - weighth
ciaki, ciaki (adj.) - heavy, weigthy
cichi (adj.) - quiet, silent
cia [f.] - silence
ciea [n.] - body
ciemra [m.] - darkness
cie [m.] - shadow
cieraz (pr.:4.) through, across, time: for
cieycca (v.imp) - be glad ,be happy
cikavicca (v.imp.) - be intersted
cikavy (adj.) - interesting
ciomny (adj.) - dark
ciopy (adj.) - warm
cmok [m.] - dragon
cukar [m.] - sugar
cukierka [f.] - sweet, candy
cybula [f.] - onion
Cyhan [m.] - Gipsy
cyrulik, cyrulnik [m.] - hairdresser

avier [m.] - Thursday
avierty (adj.) - fourth
aka (v.imp.) - wait
aaviek [m.] - man, human being
amu (prn.) - why
arha [f.] - queue
as [m.] - time
asacca (v.imp.) - comb
asa (v.imp) - dress hair
acina [f.] - part
atyry (prn.) - four
ervie [m.] - June
len [m.] - member
orny (adj.) - black
u (v.imp.) - hear
yhunka [f.] - railway
yj (prn.) - whose
ymsia, ymci (cnj.) - than
ysty (adj.) - clean
yta [m.] - reader
yta (v.imp.) - read
uy (adj.) - foreign

viarozy (adj.) - sober
viordy (adj.) - hard, tough
vici (v.imp.) - bloom

D

da (prn.:2.) - to, in, towards
dabrabyt [m.] - welfare
dach [m.] - roof
daka [f.] - daughter
dadava|-da (v.) - add
dakaz [m.] - proof
dakazva|dakaza (v.) - prove
dakadny (adj.) - exact
dalikatny (adj.) - delicate, subtle
dalina [f.] - valley
dao [n.] - palm (of the hand), hand
daloki (adj.) - far
damow (adv.) - home (like: go home)
dapamaha|dapamahy (v.) - help
dapamoha [f.] - help
darahi (adj.) - expensive
daroha [f.] - way
darosy (adj.) and [m.] - adult
dasiaha| -siahnu (v.) - reach, achieve, attain
daskanay (adj.) - perfect, excelent
dava| da (v.) - give
daviedvacca| daviedacca (v.) - inquire
dazor [m.] - supervision
dazvo [m.] - permition
dazvoli (v.perf.) - permit
djaba [m.] - devil, demon
dla (pr.:2.) - for
dobry (adj.) - good
doktar [m.] - doctor
dou (adv.) - down
dom [m.] - home, house, building
dosy (adv.) - enough
doka [m.] - board
dowh [m.] - debt
dowhi (adj.) - long
dod [m.] - rain
drenny (adj.) - bad, wicked
dreva [n.] - tree
drot [m.] - wire
druhi (adj.) - second
druk [m.] - printing, press
drukava (v.imp.) - print
duma (v.imp) - think
dumka [f.] - thought, na maju dumku - in my opinion
durny (adj.) - silly, stupid
dua [f.] - soul
dva (num.) - two
dziadka [m.] - uncle
dziakava (v.) - thank
dziarava [f.] - state
dziawyna, dziewyna [f.] - girl
dzicia, dzicio [n.] - child
dzie (prn.) - where (at)
dzied [m.] - grandfather
dzieli (v.imp.) - divide
dziela (pr.:2.) - because of, for
dzie [m.] - day
dzie, dzieci (prn.) - somewhere
dzievia (prn.) - nine
dziki (adj.) - wild
dziwny (adj.) - strange, peculiar
dziura, dzira [f.] - hole
dvie (f.pl.), dvuch (m.pl.), dvoje (m. and f.pl.) - two (people, things)
dviery [f.pl.] - door

E

elektryna [f.] - electricity
elektryny (adj.) - electric
Ewropa [f.] - Europe

F

fabryka [f.] - factory
faj [m.] - file
fal [f.] - falseness, lie
falava (v.imp.) - falsify
falyvy (adj.) - false
farba [f.] = chvarba - paint
fasola [f.] - bean
fundu [m.] - fund
futra [n.] - 1. fell (animals) 2. fur

G

gmina [f.] - county (in Poland)
guzik [m.] - button
gvat [m.] - rape

H

had [m.] - reptile
hadzina [f.] - hour
hadzinik [m.] - clock
hak [m.] - hook
haasava (v.imp.) - vote
haava [m.] - head
halicca (v.imp.) - shave, have a shave
hali (v.imp.) - shave, give a shave
haodny (adj.) - hungry
haowny (adj.) - principal, main
haosny (adj.) - loud
handal [m.] - trade
handlava (v.imp.) - deal, trade
hani (v.imp.) - chase, pursue
hara [f.] - mountain
haray (adj.) - hot
harbata [f.] - tea
hareka [m.] - vodka
harmata [f.] - cannon
haroch [m.] - pea
harod [m.] - garden
harodnina [f.] - garden truck, green-stuff
harok [m.] - pot
haspadar [m.] - 1. farmer 2. host
hatovy (adj.) - ready
havary (v.imp.) - talk, speak
havorka [f.] - dialect
heta (prn.) - it, that
hetak (prn.) =tak - so
hetaki (prn.) = taki - such
hety (prn.) = toj - this, that
hyboki (adj.) - deep, profound
hladzie | hlanu (v.) - watch
hniazdo [n.] - nest
hodzi, hodzie (adv.) - ~! - that will do!
hoad [m.] - hunger
houb [m.] - pigeon
hora [n.] - misery
horad [m.] - city, town
horki (adj.) - bitter
hrabie [m.] - comb
hramada [f.] - herd, group
hramadzianin [m.] - citizen
hramadzianka [f.] - citizen
hramadzianski (adj.) - civil
hramadzianstva [n.] - society, community
hramatyka [f.) - grammar
hroy [m.pl.] - money
hroba [f.] - threat
hrudzi [f.pl.] - chest, breast
hryb [m.] - mushroom
huba [f.] - lip
huk [m.] - sound
hula (v.imp.) - play, amuse oneself
hulec [m.] - player (not music. or tech.!)
hulnia [f.) - play (not music. or tech.!), game (also spor.), amusement
hurt [m.] - team, crew, troupe, group
hutarka [f.] - conversation, talk

I

ihra (v.perf.) - play (only music.)
imha [f.] - fog
imia [n.] - name
inak, inaaj (adv.) - differently
inaky, iny (adj.) - different
intares [m.] - business, affair
isnava (v.imp.) - exist
ici (v.imp.) - walk, go
iznow (adv.) - again

J

ja (prn.) - I, me
jabyka [m.] - apple
jadvab [m.] - silk
jadnacca (v.imp.) - unite, join (together)
jadna (v.imp.) - unite, join
jak (prn.) - how
jaka- (adv.) - somehow
jaka [f.] - quality
jana (prn.) - she
jano (prn.) - it
jany (prn.) - they
jazyk [m.] - tongue
jeci (v.imp.) - eat
jea [f.] - food
jon (prn.) - he
jo (v.) - is (to be - 3.per.sing.)

K

kab (cnj.) - in order to... , to...
kabieta [f.] - woman
kachanie [n.] - love
kacha (v.imp.) - love
kaka [f.] - duck
kali (cnj.) - 1. when 2. if
kaodzie [m.] = studnia - well
kala = la (pr.:2.) - near the ...
kalandar [m.] - calendar
kalena [n.] - knee
kaniec [m.] - end
kapialu [m.] - hat
kara [f.] - punishment, penalty
karabiel [m.] - ship, boat, craft
karaleva [f.] - Queen
karol [m.] - King
karona [f.] - crown
karotki (adj.) - short
karta [f.] = mapa - map
kary (adj.) - brown
karysny (adj.) - profitable, advantageous
karystacca (v.imp.) ym? - use
kary [f.] - advantage, benefit, profit
kastrynik [m.] - October
katava (v.imp.) - cost
kacio [m.] - church (cath.& prot.)
kat [m.] - executioner, hangman
katalik [m.] - Catholic
kawbasa [f.] = kilbasa [f.] - sausage
kava [f.] - coffee
kavaler [m.] - bachalor (single)
kaviarnia [f.] - caf
kaza [f.] - goat (she)
kazio [m.] - goat (he)
kazka [f.] - fable
kida | kinu (v.) - throw
kiepski (adj.) - bad
Kitaj [m.] - China
kaci (v.imp.) - put, lay
klika | kliknu (v.) - call
klasa [f.] - class
klon [m.] - maple
klu [m.] - key
knia [m.] - prince
kniha , knika [f.] - book
koa [n.] - circle, ring
kolki (prn.) - how much, how many
ko [m.] - horse
koska [f.] - comma
ko [f.] - bone
kot [m.] - cat
kraj [m.] - land, country
krajavid [m.] - landscape
krama [f.] - shop, store
krasavik [m.] - April
kraviec [m.] - tailor
krok [m.] - step
krow [f.] - blood
kry (v.imp.) - hide
kryk [m.] - shout, scream
krya [n.] - wing
krytal [m.] - crystal
krywda [f.] - wrong, injury, prejudice
krywdzi (v.imp.) - wrong, harm, damage
kryvy (adj.) - not straight, crooked
kry [m.] - cross
ktat [m.] - shape, form
kuchar [m.] - cook
kudy (prn.) - where (to)
kupla | kupi(v.) - buy
kura [f.] - 1. hen 2. chicken
kut [m.] - math.: angle
kvas [m.] - acid
kvatera [f.] - flat, apartment
kviet [m.], kvietka [f.] - flower

L

liba [f.] - number (1,2...)
liy (v.imp.) - count
li (v.) - pour
lik [m.] - number (how many)
lipa [f.] - lime-tree
lipie [m.] - July
lis [m.] - fox
list [m.] - 1. leaf 2. letter
listapad [m.] - November
lita [f.] - mercy
lalka [f.] - doll
lampa [f.] - lamp
lebied [m.] - swan
lekar [m.] - doctor
lekcyja [f.] - lesson
lepy (adj.) - better
les [m.] - wood, forest
leta (adv.) - last year
Letuva, Litva [f.] - Lithuania
lew [m.] - lion
levy (adj.) - left (side)
lod [m.] - ice
los [m.] - lot
lot [m.] - flight
lubi (v.imp.) - like, love
lud [m.] - people, nation, folk
luty [m.] - February

ahodny (adj.) - gentle, mild, soft
ad [m.] - system, order
ancuh [m.] - chain
atvija [f.] - Latvia
awka [f.] - bench
oak [m.] - bed

M

maby = moa by (prn.) - maybe
maci [f.] - mother
mahy (v.imp.)[sg.1.:mahu,2.:moa,pl.1.moam,3.mohu] - can, may
mahymy (adj.) - possible
mahyma [f.] - possibility
mahnes [m.] - magnet
mahutny (adj.) - strong, powerful,huge
maj [m.] = travie - May
majontak [m.] - property
majstar, majstra [m.] - 1. master 2. champion
majsterstva [n.] - championship
mak [m.] - poppy
maado [f.] - youth
maady (adj.) - young
maanka [f.] - thunderbolt, lightning
mapa [f.] - monkey
may (adj.) - small, little
malar [m.] - painter
malarstva [n.] - painting
malava (v.imp.) - paint
mama [f.] - mum, mummy
mana [f.] - lie
maneta [f.] - coin
maniera [f.] - manner
mapa [f.] = karta - map
marmar, marmur [m.] - marble
mastactva [n.] - art
mastak [m.] - artist
matarja [m.] - material
matka [f.] = maci - mother
matylok [m.] - butterfly
mawa (v.imp.) - keep silence, do not talk
mazgi [m.pl.] - brain
mebla [f.] - furniture
melodyja [f.] - melody
meta [f.] - goal, end, target
metal [m.] - metal
metalovy (adj.) - metal-...
metr [m.] - metre
miadvied [m.] - bear
miasa [n.] - meat, flash
miaa (v.) - mix
miaa [f.] - border, frontier
mie (v.imp.)[sg.1.:maju,2.:maje,pl.3.:maju] - have, have got
mied [m.] - honey
miejsca [n.] = miesca - place
mien (adv.) - less; [m.] - minus
mieny (adj.) - smaller
mierci (v.imp.) - die
miejsca [n.] = miesca - place
miesiac [m.] - 1. month 2. moon
miesta [n.] - city, town
miy (adj.) - nice
mineral [m.] - mineral
ministar [m.] - minister
ministerstva [n.] - ministry
mi (pr.:5) - between, among
myn [m.] - mill
mnoha (adv.) - much, lots of
mnohija (adj.pl.) - many
mocny (adj.) - strong
mondry (adj.) = mudry
mora [n.] - sea
most [m.] - bridge
mova [f.] - language
mudry (adj.) - wise, clever, intelligent
mur [m.] - wall
muryn [m.] - black (racial)
musi (v.imp.) - must, have
mya [n.] - soap
my (v.imp.)[sg.1.:myju,2.:myje] - wash (body)

N

na (pr.:4,5) - at, on, in
naadvarot (adv.) - inveresely
naboj [m.] - cartridge, shell
nacisk [m.] - accent
naciska | -snu (v.) - accent
nad (pr.:5.) - over, above
nadvorje [n.] - weather
nadzieja [f.] - hope
nafta [f.] - petroleum, oil
naha [f.] - leg
nahavicy [f.pl.] - trousers, pants
najbolej, najbol (adv.) - mostly
najboly (adj.) - biggest
najhor (adv.) - worst
najhory (adj.) - worst
najlepiej, najlep (adv) - best
najlepy (adj.) - best
najmien (adv.) - least
najmieny (adj.) - smallest
najnowy (adj.) - newest
najvyejy (adj.) - tallest
nakry (v.perf.) - cover
naleta (adv.) - next year
namier [m.] - intention, purpose, project
namiervacca | -mierycca (v.) - intend
napierad (adv.) - forward
naprykad (adv.) - for example
naradacca | -dzicca (v.) - be born
narada | -dzi (v.) - give a birth
narecie (adv.) - at last, finally
narod [m.] - folk
nasienie [n.] = siemia - seed
nastawnik [m.] - teacher
nastupny (adj.) - next
natawp [m.] = natowp- crowd
navako (pr.:2.) - round
navat (adv.) - even
navuka [f.] - 1. science 2. learning
navua | -vuy (v.) - teach
nazad (adv.) - back
nazva [f.], nazow [m.] - name (of thing)
nazyvacca (v.imp.) - be called
nazyva | -zva (v.) - call, name
nerv [m.] - nerve
nervovy (adj.) - nervous
niabiosy [n.pl.] - 1. skies 2. heaven
niachaj = chaj (prn.) - let
niadziela [f.] - Sunday
niama (prn.) - there is no... , there are no...
niamiecki (adj.) - german
Niamieyna [f.] - Germany
niaprawda [f.] - untruth
niaprychilny (adj.) - unfavourable
niaprytomny (adj.) - unconscious
niatryvay (adj.) - impermanent, undurable, unstable
niawday (adj.) - unsuccessful
niawvaha [f.] - inattention
niavolnik [m.] - slave
niazvyajny (adj.) - extraordinary
nichto (prn.) - nobody, noone
nieba [n.] (pl.: niabiosy) - sky
niebiapieny (adj.) - dangerous
niebiapieka [f.] - danger
niechta (prn.) - someone, somebody
niedzie (adv.) - somewhere
niejki (prn.) - anyone, certain
niekali (adv.) - once
niekalki (adv.) - several, some, few
niekatory (prn.) - some
nielha (adv.) - one may not
Niemiec [m.] - german
niepakoj [m.] - trouble, unrest
nieparadak [m.] - disorder
niepieramahalny, -mony (adj.) - unbeatable
niepryjaciel [m.] - enemy
nieta (prn.) - something
niewzabavie (adv.) - soon
nieviadomy (adj.) - unknown
niezaleny (adj.) - independent
nikoli (adv.) - never
nikudy (adv.) - nowhere (to)
nito (adv.) - nothing
nitka [f.] - thread
niuch [m.] - scent
nivodny (prn.) - none, noone, nobody
nizki (adj.) - small
novy (adj.) - new
no [f.] - night
nuda [f.] - bore
nudny (adj.) - boring
nudzicca (v.imp.) - be bored
nudzi (v.imp.) - bore

P

pa (pr.:5.) - after
paasobna (adv.) - separately
pabay (v.perf.) - see
pabudava (v.perf.) - build
pacaava (v.perf.) - kiss
pacaunak [m.] - kiss
pach [m.] - scent
paatak [m.] - beginning, start
pau (v.perf.) - hear
pauio [n.] - feeling
payna | -a (v.) - begin, start
pad (pr.:5.) - under., below
padava | -da (v.) - give. serve
padarava (v.perf.) - make a present
padaronik [m.] - traveller
padaroa [n.] - trip, yourney, voyage
padarunak [m.] - gift, present
padatak [m.] - tax
padas (pr.:2.) - during
padzyrkva | -rknu (v.) = pakreli
padkreli (v.perf.) - underline, emphasize, stress
padoha [f.] - floor
padnima | - nia (v.) - raise, lift, pick up
padobny (adj.) - similar
padpalva | -pali (v.) - kinlde, set fire
padrunik [m.] - manual, handbook
padrychtowva | -chtava (v.) - prepare
padskok [m.] - jump
padstava [f.] - base, priciple
paana [f.] - respect, esteem
papart [m.] - passport
padviadoma [f.] - subconsciousness
padviadomy (adj.) - subconscious
paduka [f.] - pillow, cushion
padvojny (adj.) - double
padziali (v.perf.) - divide
padzieja [f.] - event, happening
padzie [m.] - partition, division
pahaniec [m.] - pagan
pahorak [m.] - knoll
pahroza [f.] - threat
pajci (v.perf.) - go
pakara (v.perf.) - punish
pakida | -kinu (v.) - leave
pakada | -kaci (v.) - put (down), lay
pakoj [m.] - 1. peace (sg.2.:-koju) 2. room (sg.2.:-koja)
pakul (cnj.) - as long as, while, when
pakuta [f.] - punishment, penance
paac [m.] - palace
paatno [n.] - linen, canvas
palicyja [f.] - police
palityny (adj.) - political
palityka [f.] - policy, politics
paova [f.] - half
paudzie [m.] - midday
pauna [f.] - midnight
palawniy [m.] - hunter
palava (v.imp.) - hunt
pamia [f.] - memory, mind
pamiery (adj.) - dead
pamina | -mianu (v.) - remember, mention
pa-nad (pr.:4,5.) - above
paniadzieak [m.] - Monday
papicha | -chnu (v.) - push, hustle
papiaredni (adj.) - preceding, previous
papiera [f.] - paper
papravi (v.perf.) - improve
papsava, papsu (v.perf.) - spoil, damage
para [f.] - pair
para [f.] - time, hour, season
parada [f.] - advice
paradak [m.] - order
parai (v.perf.) - advice
parason [m.] - umbrella
parcalana [f.] - porcelain
parfuma [f.] - scent, perfume
pasuenstva [n.] - obedience
paso [m.] - ambassador, deputy
pasolstva [n.] - ambassy
paspraacca (v.perf.) - quarell
pasprobava (v.perf.) - try
pasredni (adj.) - indirect
pastupovy (adj.) - progressive
pala (pr.:2.) - after
papie (v.perf.) - be in time
patelnia [f.] - frying pan
patreba [f.] - need
patrebny (adj.) - necessary
pawdniovy (adj.) - southern
pawnony (adj.) - northern
pawtara | -tary (v.) - repeat
pawvostrau [m.] - peninsula
pavaha [f.] - dignity
pavarot [m.] - curve (way, street)
pavierch [m.] - floor, stor(e)y
pavierchnia [f.] - surface, area
pavietra [n.] - air
pavinien (adj.) - ja pavinien - I ought, ty pavinien - you ought
pavodka [m.] - flood
pavodzicca (v.imp.) - behave
pavolny (adj.) - slow
pavuk [m.] - spider
pazastacca (v.perf.) - stay
pazawora (adv.) - the day before yesterday
pazawtra (adv.) - the day after tomorrow
pazbawla | - zbavi (v.) - deprive
paznava | -zna (v.) - get to know
pazyka [f.] - loan
paniej (adv.) - later
paniejy (adj.) - later
paada (v.perf.) - wish
pcha | pchnu (v.) - push
pia (num.) - five
piay (v.imp.) - bake
piarey (v.imp.) - deny
piaredni (adj.) -front
piaro [n.] - 1. feather 2. pen
piarviestak [m.] - element (chemical)
piasok [m.] - sand
piatnica [f.] - Friday
pi (v.imp.) - drink
piechatom, piechatoju, piea, pieki (adv.) - on foot
piekar [m.] - baker
pieka [n.] - inferno, hell
piekny (adj.) - beautiful
pierabudowva | -dava (v.) - reconstruct, rebuild
pierac [m.] - pepper
pierachod [m.] - passage
pierad (pr.:5.) - in front of, before
pieradava | -da (v.) - deliver
pierakana (v.perf.) - convince
pierakada | -kaci (v.) - translate
pierakadyk [m.] - translator
pieraludnienie [n.] - overpopulation
pieramoha [f.] - victory
pierapynak [m.] - pause, break
pierakoda [f.] - obstacle
pieravaha [f.] - overbalance, superiority, sport.: advantage
pieravod [m.] - translation
piery (adj.) - first
pienia [f.] - song
pievie [m.] - cock
pinak [m.] - jacket
pimienik [m.] - writer
pitvo [n.] - drink
piva [n.] - beer
pivavarnia [f.] - brewery
pjany (adj.) - drunk
pot [m.] - fence
pyci (v.imp.) - flow
plava (v.imp.) - spit
plama [f.] - stain, blot
plan [m.] - plan
planeta [f.] - planet
plac [m.] - square
poba (pr.:2.) - near by, close by
podle (pr.:2.) - according to
podpis [m.] - signature
pohlad [m.] - opinion
pojas [m.] - belt
pole [n.] - field
polski (adj.) - polish
Pola [f.] - Poland
poma [f.] = dapamoha- help
pomnik [m.] - monument
pompa [f.] - pump
port [m.] - port, haven, harbour
poru (adv.) - 1. hand in hand 2. ~ z (pr.:3.) - together with
popiech [m.] - success
potym (adv.) - after that, afterwards, then
powdzie [m.] - south
powna [f.] - north
powny (adj.) - full
pozny (adj.) - late
paar [m.] - fire, conflagration
pra (pr.:4.) - about
prabaa | -bay (v.) - excuse
praca [f.] - work
pracava (v.imp.) - work
praciah [m.] - continuation
praciahva (v.imp.) - continue
pranucca (v.perf.) - wake up
prayta (v.perf.) - read
pra (v.perf.) - wash (clothes)
pradmiet [m.] - object, article
pradstawnik [m.] - representative, exponent
pradzied [m.] - great grandfather, ancestor
prahledva | -hladzei (v.) - see (through), revise, look through
praktyka [f.] - practice
praktyny (adj.) - practical
pramawla | -movi (v.) - make a speech
pramova [f.] - speech
prapanava (v.imp.) - propose
prapazycyja, prapanova [f.] - proposal, offer
prarok [m.] - prophet
pras [m.] - (flat-) iron
prasta (v.imp.) - straithen, flatten
prastora [f.] - space
prawda [f.] - truth
prawdzivy (adj.) - true
prava [n.] - law, right
pravapis [m.] - orthography, spelling
pravy (adj.) - right (side)
praz (pr.:4.) - through
procant [m.] - percentage, per cent
proci = supra
prodak [m.] - ancestor
proda [m.] - sale
prosty (adj.) - 1. straith, direct 2. simple
pryblia | prybliy (v.) - bring near (nearer)
prychilnik [m.] - supporter
prychodzi, prychadzi | -pryjci (v.) - come
pryyna [f.] - cause, reason
pryhledvacca ,-hladacca | -hledziecca (v.) - look on sth, watch
pryhoy (adj.) - cute, beautyful
pryjemny (adj.) - pleasant, nice
pryjma | -nia (v.) - accept, receive
prykad [m.] - example (see:napryklad)
prykmieta, prymieta [f.] - feature, attribute
prykry (adj.) - unpleasant, nasty
pryada [f.] - tool
prymua | -musi (v.) - force
prynamsi (adv.) - at least
prypiska [f.] - postscriptum
prypyw [m.] - inflow
prypynak [m.] - halt, stop
prypyniacca | -nicca (v.) - stop
pryroda [f.] - nature
prystasowva | -sava (v.) - adopt, accomodate
prysutna [f.] - presence
prysutny (adj.) - present
pryvatny (adj.) - privat
pryvazi, pryvozi | - vieci (v.) - bring (in car), deliver
pryvitanie [n.] - hello
pryvita (v.perf.) - greet
pryznavacca | -znacca (v.) - confess
psava (v.imp.) - damage
ptach, ptuch [m.], ptuka [f.] - bird
punkt [m.] - point
puska | puci (v.) - release, let (go)
pustazielle [n.] - weed

R

rabava (v.imp.) -rob
rabin [m.] - rabbi(-n)
rabotnik [m.] - worker
rad [m.] - row
rada [f.] - 1. council 2. advice
rada [f.] - joy, delight
radyjo [n.] - radio
radzicca (v.imp.) - be born
radzi (v.imp.) - give a birth
Radzima [f.] - fatherland, homeland
raicca (v.imp.) - consult, ask
rai (v.imp.) - advice
raj [m.] - eden
raka [f.] - river
ramia [n.] = plao - shoulder
ramiastvo [n.] - (handi-) craft
ranak [m.], ranica [f.] - morning
raptowny (adj.) - sudden
rasarowvacca | -aravacca (v.) - be disappointed
rasarova | -arava (v.) - disappoint
Rasieja [f.] - Russia
Rasiejec [m.] - russian
rasiejski (adj.) - russian
raskida | -kinu (v.) - throw about
raskada, -kadva | -kaci (v.) - 1. spread 2. lay out
raskryavanie [n.] - crucifixion
raspaa (v.perf.9 - begin, start
raspawsiudva | -dy (v.) - spread
raspranacca | -pranucca (v.) - undress
rastumay(v.perf.) - explain
ralina [f.] - plant
ralinna [f.] - vegetation, flora
ralinny (adj.) - vegetable
rata [f.] - instalment
ratava (v.imp.) - save
ratunak [m.] - rescue
rawnina [f.] - plain
ravienik [m.] - boy (man) of the same age
razam (adv.) - together
razboj [m.] - brigandage
razbor [m.] - analisis
razbrajenie [n.] - disarmemant
rabrojva | razbrai (v.) - disarm
razburva | razbury (v.) - destroy
razdava | -da (v.) - distribute
razhaova | -asi (v.) - make known
razuny (adj.) - separate
razmawla (v.imp.) - speak, talk (to somebody)
razmnaacca | -mnoycca (v.) - propagate, increase in number
razmova [f.] - conversation
razumie (v.imp.)- understand
razvaha [f.] - reflection, consideration
razvoj [m.] - development
razzavacca (v.perf.) - get angry
razzava (v.perf) - irritate
raba [f.] - sculpture
rabiar [m.] - sculptor
rabiracca | -zabracca (v.) - understand, be well informed
radzie [m.] - separation
raviazva | -viaza (v.) - untie, dissolve, solve
ravicio [n.] - development
recha [n.] = vodhulle- echo
re [f.] - thing
reaisna [f.] - reality
reaisny (adj.) - real
redki (adj.) - seldom
reta [f.] - remainder, rest, remnant
rod [m.] - kind, sort, type, gender
rolnik [m.] - farmer
rot [m.] - mouth
rownaleny (adj.) - parallel
rownavaha [f.] - equilibrium
rowny (adj.) - equal
rozny (adj.) - different
rozum [m.] - reason, intellect, mind
ronica [f.] - difference
ronicca (v.imp.) - differ
ruina [f.] - ruin
rukavika [f.] - glove
rukavy [m.pl.] - sleeves
rukapis [m.] - manuscript
rupicca (v.imp.) - worry
rupi (v.imp.) - trouble, bother, disturb
rua [f.] - rose
ruovy (adj.) - pink
ryba [f.] - fish
rynak [m.] - market
rysava (v.imp.) - draw
ryzyka [n.] - risk
ryzykowny (adj.) - risky

S

sabaka [m.] - dog
say (v.imp.) - spy
sad [m.] - orchand
sadzi (v.imp.) - plant
sadovina [f.] - fruits
sakavik [m.] - March
sakret [m.] - secret
saaviej [m.] - nightingale
saadzi (v.imp.) - sweeten, sugar
saata [f.] - 1. lettuce 2. salad
sali (v.imp.) - salt
saoma [f.] - straw
saodki (adj.) - sweet
saony (adj.) - salt (-ed)
sala [f.] - room, hall
sam (prn.) - 1. oneself 2. alone 3.mere
samachod [m.] = awtamobil- car
samadapamoha [f.] - mutual aid
samahubiec [m.] - suicide (man)
samahubstva [n.] - suicide
samalot [m.] - airplane
samalub [m.] - egoist
samalubny (adj.) - egoistic, selfish
samastojny (adj.) - independent
samawrad [m.] - autonomy, self-government, municipality
samavolny (adj.) - arbitrary, lawless
samica [f.] - female
samiec [m.] - male
samota [f.] - loneliness
samotny (adj.) - lonely
saprawdny (adj.) - true
sardynka [f.] - sardine
sarna [f.] - roe-deer
saromicca (v.imp.) - be ashamed
saromi (v.imp.) - put to shame
saromlivy (adj.) - shy, modest
sasna [f.] - pine
sava [f.] - owl
schapva | schapi (v.) - catch
schilacca | -licca (v.) - bow
sens [m.] - substance, point
serca [n.] - heart
sfalava (v.perf.) - falsify
siabar, siabra [m.] - friend, companion
siabrowstva [n.] - friendship, companionship
siada (v.imp.) - sit down
siadzie (v.ipm.) - sit
siao [n.] - village
siamja [f.] - familly
siaredni (adj.) - average, mean
siaredzina [f.] - middle
siarod (pr.:2.) - among
siastra [f.] - sister
sieladziec [m.] - herring
sielanin [m.] - farmer, villager
siem (num.) - seven
siemia [n.] - seed
sierabro [n.] = srebra - silver
sierada [f.] - Wednesday
sietka [f.] - net
sioleta (adv.) - this year
siomy (num.) - seventh
sionia, siania, siahonia (adv.) - today
sia [f.] - strength
sirata [m. + f.] - orphan
sivy (adj.) - grey
skacina [f.] - cattle
skaka (v.imp.) - jump, spring
skaa [f.] - rock
skarb [m.] - treasure
skarynka [f.] - slice (of bread)
skaz [m.] - sentence
skida | skinu (v.) - cast down
skada | skaci (v.) - put together, assemble
sklizki (adj.) - slippery
sklep [m.] - cellar
skok [m.] - jump
skrada | skraci (v.) - steal
skrynia [f.] - box, case, bin, chest
skrywdzi (v.perf.) - wrong, harm, damage
skul (prn.) - where from
skupy (adj.) - avaricious, stingy
saby (adj.) - weak
so [m.] - elephant
sova [n.] - word
suchacca (v.imp.) - obey, be obidient
sucha (v.imp.) - listen
smany (adj.) - tasty
smaha [f.] - thirst
smak [m.] - taste
smutak [m.] - sadness
smutny (adj.) - sad
soka [m.] - falcon
sol [f.] - salt
son [m.] - dream
sonca [n.] - sun
sorak (num.) - forty
soram [m.] - shame
spauva | -u (v.) - sympathize
spada | spaci (v.) - fall
spadar [m.] - Mister
spadaryni [f.] - Mrs, Miss, lady
spadyna [f.] - inheritance, heritage
spadziavacca (v.imp.) - hope
spali (v.perf.) - burn
spatyka | -tka (v.) - meet (surprisingly)
spatkanie [n.] - (surprising) meeting
spawnia | spouni (v.) - fulfil, accomplish
spanicca (v.perf.) - be late
spanienie [n.] - delay
spayva | -y (v.) - consume
spayvanie [n.] - consumption
spayviec [m.] - consumer
spodni (adj.) - bottom-
sprava [f.] - affair, matter
spraviadliva [f.] - justice
spraviadlivy (adj.) - just, fair
spreka [f.] - quarrel
sproba [f.] - attempt, test
spruyna [f.] - spring (metalic)
spyniacca | -nicca (v.) - stop, come to a standstill
spynia | -ni (v.) - stop, bring to a standstill
srebra [n.] - silver
srodak [m.] - means
sytak [m.] - exercise book
staa (adv.) - constantly, continuously
stay (adj.) - constant, continuous
stalovy (adj.) - stell-
starana [f.] - side
staraytna [f.] - antiquity
staraytny (adj.) - ancient, antique
staronka [f.] = baynka- page
starynia [m.] - chairman
stary (adj.) - old
strach [m.] = ach - fear
strava | straci (v.) - lose
straa [f.] - arrow
straenny (adj.) - terrible, terrific
strata [f.] - loss
stre [m.] - shot
streli (v.perf.) - shoot
strenu (v.perf.) - meet
strecca | strenucca (v.) - meet, come together
struna [f.] - string (mus.)
stryhy (v.imp.) - cut hair
studnia [f.] = kaodzie- well
studzie [m.] - January
styl [m.] - style
suchi (adj.) - dry
suasna [f.] - contemporaneousness
suasny (adj.) - contemporary
sud [m.] - court
sudno [n.] - ship
sudzi (v.imp.) - judge
suddzia [m.] - judge
sukienka [f.] - dress
sumlenie [n.] - conscience
sumnienie [n.] - doubt
supakoj [m.] - quiet, calm
supoka [f.] - company
supolny (adj.) - common
supracownik [m.] - collaborator
supra (pr.:2.) - against
susied [m.] - neighbour
susiedztva [n.] - neighbourhood
sustaw [m.] - joint (anat.)
sustraka (v.imp.) - meet
sustrea [ f.] - meeting
sua [f.] - drought
suviet [m.] - universe
suvietny (adj.) - universal
suvia [f.] - conexion, relationship
suzorje [n.] - constellation
svaboda [f.] = vola, volna - freedom, liberty
svabodny (adj.)= volny - free
svarka [f.] - quarrel
svarycca (v.imp.)z kim? - quarrel
symbol [m.] - symbol
syr [m.] - cheese
syty (adj.) - satiated

ale (v.imp.) - rage
alenstva [n.] - madness
alony (adj.) - mad
anowny (adj.) - Dear
apka [f.] - cap
arpa (v.imp.) - jerk, pull
afa [f.] - wardrobe, cupboard
aa [f.] - (high-) road, highway
atan [m.] - satan
aviec [m.] - shoemaker
acie [n.] - happieness
alivy (adj.) - happy
odry (adj.) - generous, magnificent
yry (adj.) - sincere
erah [m.] - row, series
ery (adj.) - grey
e (num.) - six
kadlivy (adj.) - harmful
karpietka [f.] - sock
kilet [m.] - skeleton
ko [n.] - glass
kura, skura [f.] - skin
lach [m.] - route, track, trail
lachcic [m.] - gentleman, nobleman
lachta [f.] - nobility
lub [m.] - marriage
mat (adv.) - lots of, much
osty (num.) - sixth
pilka [f.] - pin
to (prn.) - 1. what 2. to hod - every year, to dzie - every day
to, toci (prn.) - something
tuny (adj.) - artificial
uka (v.imp.) - look (for), seek
yba [f.] - (window-) pane
y (v.imp.) - sew, make clothes
yja [f.] - neck
yroki (adj.) - broad, wide
yrynia [f.] - breadth, width

ciah [m.] - flag, banner
cina | cia (v.) - cut off, cut down
cipy (adj.) - modest, coy
limak [m.] - snail
lina [f.] - saliva, spittle
liva [f.] - plum-tree
lapy (adj.) - blind
laza [f.] - tear
lepata [f.] - blindness
miardzie (v.imp.) - stink
miecie [n.] - rubbish, garbage
mieny (adj.) - 1, funny, comic 2. ridiculous
ni (v.imp.) - dream (during sleep)
nieda (v.imp.) - have a breakfast
niedanie [n.] - breakfast
nieh [m.] - snow
niea [m.] - December
piaacca | -y'cca (v.) - hurry
piava (v.imp.) - sing
piey (adj.) - ripe, mature
viadoma [f.] - consciousness
viadomy (adj.) - conscious
viata [n.] - holiday
viatar [m.] - priest
viatkava (v.imp.) - celebrate
viato [n.] - light
viaty (adj.) - holy, Saint, sacred
vieka [f.] - candle
viedy (v.imp.) - testify
viedka [m.] & [f.] - witness
viet [m.] - world
vinia [f.] - pig
vista | -snu (v.) - whistle
vitanie [n.] - dawn

T

tablica [f.] - board
tady (adv.) - then
tai (v.imp.) - conceal
tajamniy (adj.) - mysterious
tak (adv.) - so
taki (prn.) - such
taanavity (adj.) - talented, gifted
talent [m.] - telent, gift
talerka [f.] - plate
tam (adv.) - there
tancava (v.imp.) - dance
tanny (adj.) - cheap
tapta (v.imp.) - trample
tara [f.] - shield
tata [m.] - daddy
tavar [m.] - commodity, article
tavarystva [n.] - company, companionship
tavary [m.] - comrade, companion
telebaanie [n.] - television
televizar [m.] - television set
termin [m.] - appointed time, fixed date
testamant [m.] - testament
tumay (v.imp.) - explain
tusty (adj.) - stout
tlen [m.] - oxygen
tojesama [f.] - identity
toj (adj.) - this
tolki (adv.) - only
torh [m.] - market
towsty (adj.) - fat
traktava (v.imp.) - treat
trapi (v.perf.) - 1. hit (one's mark) 2. find (one's way)
trava [f.] - grass
treba (adv.) - one should, one ought to ...
treci, trejci (num.) - third
trochi, trochu (adv.) - a little, a bit
truna [f.] - coffin
trup [m.] - corpse, dead body
try (num.) - three
tryma (v.imp.) - hold
tryvay (adj.) - persistent, durable
tryva (v.imp.) - last, persist
tudoju (adv.) - this way
tulipan [m.] - tulip
turma [f.] - prison, jail
tvar [m.] - face
tvor [m.] - 1, creature 2. work
tvorca [m.] - creator, author
tydzie [m.] - week
typ [m.] - type
typovy (adj.) - typical
tyhra [f.] - tiger

U

u (pr.:4.) in, at; (pr.:5.)in, into, onto
ubiva | ubi (v.) - kill
ubohi (adj.) - poor
ubytak [m.] - 1. diminution, decrease 2. loss
ubyva | uby (v.) - diminish, decrease
uciaka | uciay (v.) - run away
uora (adv.) - yesterday
uu (v.perf.) - hear
uday (adj.) - successful
udaskanalva | -nali (v.) - perfect, improve
udava [f.] - widow
udavacca | -dacca (v.) - succeed
udaviec [m.] - widower
uhina | uhnu (v.) - bend, deflect
uhruntowva | uhruntava (v.) - establish, ground, base
ujawla | ujavi (v.) - 1. reaveal 2. ~ sabie - imagine
ukada | ukaci (v.) - put (down), lay, place
ukon [m.] - bow
ukluva | ukluy (v.) - 1.switch on 2. include
Ukraina [f.] - Ucraine
Ukrainiec [m.] - ucrainian
ukrainski (adj.) - ucrainian
uada [f.] - authority, power, rule
uada (v.imp.) - rule
uadar [m.] - ruler, sovereign
uasny (adj.) - own
uanik [m.] - owner
umova [f.] - contract
umovy [f.pl.] - conditions
umycca (v.perf.) - wash (hand, body)
umysna (adv.) - purposely, on purpose
umysny (adj.) - intentional, deliberate
unika | -knu (v.) - avoid
unutrany (adj.) - internal, inner
upadak [m.] - fall, drop, collapse
upaminak [m.] - gift, present
uparadkowva | -kava (v.) - arrange, set in order
upir [m.] - vampire
upopierak (pr.:2.) - crosswise, athwart
uporlivy (adj.) - persistent
uprava [f.] - office, department
uprova | uproci (v.) - simplify, reduce
urad [m.] - government
uradnik [m.] - clerk
uroda [f.] - harvest
uryva | urva (v.) - tear off
uspamina | -mianu (v.) - remember, recollect
uschod [m.] - East
uschodni (adj.) - eastern
usycha | usochnu (v.) - wither, wilt
uspaminy [m.pl.] - recollections, momories
ustava | usta (v.) - get up
ustrymany (adj.) - modest
umiachacca | -chnucca (v.) - smile
umieka [f.] - smile
utamicca (v.perf.) - get tired
utojva | utai (v.) - conceal
utrymliva | utryma (v.) - hold, maintain
uvachod [m.] = uvojcie - entry, entrance
uvachodzi | uvajci (v.) - enter, come (in)
uvaha [f.] - attention
uvalivy (adj.) - careful, attentive
uvie (m.), usia (f.), usio (n.), usie (pl.) (adj.) - entire, all, every
uvojcie [n.] = uvachod - entry, entrance
uzbrajenie [n.] - armament
uzbrojvacca | -broicca (v.) - arm oneself
uzbrojva | -broicca (v.) - arm
uzdow (pr.:2.) - along
uzia (v.perf.) - take
uzmacniacca | -nicca (v.) - grow stronger
uzmacnia | -ni (v.) - strengthen, build up
uznasi | -nieci (v.) - raise, lift
uzor [m.] - example, model, pattern
uzrost [m.] - size, heighth
ubiarea [n.] - coast, shore
uznaharoda [f.] - reward, prize
unika | -knu (v.) - originate, emerge
uo (adv.) - already
uyva | -y (v.) - use

V

vada [f.] - water
vada [f.] - fault, shortcoming, defect
vadaspad [m.] - waterfall
vadka [f.] - liquid, fluid
vahacca (v.imp.) - 1. swing, rock 2.hesitate
vahi [f.pl.] - balance, scales
vajskoviec [m.] - military man
vajskovy (adj.) - military
vakno [n.] - window
vakolica [f.] - neighbourhood, environs
vaada (v.imp.) = ulada - rule
vaadar [m.] = uladar - ruler
valec [m.] - walz
vandrava (v.imp.) - roam, wander
vandrowka [f.] - roam (-ing), wander (-ing)
vantroba [f.] - liver
varabit [m.] - wizard
varona [f.] - crow
varoty [n.pl.] - gate
varoa [f.] - enmity, hostility
varoy (adj.) - enemy-, antagonistic
varjat [m.] - madman, lunatic
varta [f.] - guard
vartawnik [m.] - sentinel, guard
varta [f.] - value
varty (adj.) - worth
vartat [m.] - workbench
vaviorka [f.] - squirrel
vay (v.imp.) - weigh
viadomy (adj.) - known
vialiki (adj.) - big, large, great
viarblud [m.] - camel
viasielle [n.] - wedding
viasioy (adj.) - gay, merry
viasna [f.] - spring
viaera [f.] - supper
vid [m.] - kind, sort, type
viedelec [m.], vika [f.] - fork
viecier [m.] - wind
viear [m.] - evening
vieda [f.] - knowledge, skill, know-how
vieda (v.imp.) - know
viek [m.] - age
vieli [f.] - magnitude, vastness
vieliynia [f.] - size, dimension
vielmi (adv.) - very
viera [f.] - faith, belief
vierabiej [m.] - sparrow
vierasie [m.] - September
vier [m.] - verse, poem, poetry
vietlivy (adj.) - polite
vioska [f.] - village
viea [f.] - tower
vizyt [m.] - visit
vina [f.] - blame
vinahrad [m.] - grapes
vinavaci (v.imp.) - blame
vinava (v.imp.) - congratulate
vita (v.imp.) - greet, welcome
vinia [f.] - cherry (-tree)
vobraz [m.] - picture
vodhulle [n.] = recha - echo
vojska [n.] - army, the military
voka [n.] - eye (pl.:voy)
voas [m.] - hair
vola, volna [f.] =svaboda - freedom
volny (adj.) = svabodny - free
vorah [m.] - enemy
vosiem (num.) - eight
vosie [f.] - autumn, fall
vostraw [m.] = vyspa - island
vostry (adj.) - sharp
vomy (num.) - eighth
vowk [m.] - wolf
vucha [n.] - ear (pl.:vuy)
vua [m.] - schoolboy, -girl
vuony [m.] - scientist
vuha [m.] - corner, coin
vuhal [m.] - carbon, coal
vunija [f.] - union
vuzie [m.] - knot
vu [m.] - snake
vybary [m.pl.] - election
vybira | vybra (v.) - choose, elect
vybuch [m.] - explosion
vybuchnu (v.perf.) - explode
vychowva | vychava (v.) - bring up, raise
vy (v.imp.) - howl, yell
vydava | vyda (v.) - 1. spend, give out 2. publish, edit
vydaviec [m.] - publisher, editor
vydaviectva [n.] - publishers
vydatak [m.] - expense, expenditure
vydrukava (v.perf) - print, publish
vydumla | vyduma (v.) - invent
vyhavorka [f.] - pronounciation
vyhavorva | vyhavary (v.) - pronounce
vyhlad [m.] - appearance, look(s), air
vyhladva | vyhlada (v.) - look (like)
vyhoda [f.] - confort
vyhodny (adj.) - comfortable
vyjcie [n.] - exit
vykasowva | vykasava (v.) - cancel, annul, erase
vykida| vykinu (v.) - throw out
vyklua | vykluy (v.) - 1. switch off 2. exclude, eliminate
vykluny (adj.) - exclusive
vykonva | vykana (v.) - execute, fulfil
vykrala | vykreli (v.) - cross out, cancel, erase
vynachodka [f.] - invention
vyniatak [m.] - exception
vypadak [m.] - 1. incident 2. case 3. crash
vyprostva | vyprasta (v.) - straithen, flatten
vyrab [m.] - article
vyrazna (adv.) - clearly, plainly
vyratava (v.perf.) - save
vyspa [f.] = vostraw - island
vytryma (v.perf.) - endure, sustain
vytrymaa ,-mana[f.] - endurance, resistance
vytrymay, -many (adj.) - durable, resistant
vyvazi | vyvieci (v.) - take away (in a car), remove
vyzvala | vyzvali (v.) - liberate, set free

Z

z - 1.(pr.:2.) from 2.(pr.:5.) with
za (pr.:5.) - after
zabarania | -ni (v.) - forbid
zabiepiaa | -biapiey (v.) - protect, secure
zabira | -bra (v.) - 1. take away, deprive 2. remove
zabiva | -bi (v.) - kill
zabojca [m.] - killer, murderer
zabojstva [n.] - homicide, murder
zabrudvacca | -dzicca (v.) - get dirty
zabrudva | -dzi (v.) - dirty, soil
zabyvacca | -bycca (v.)na to? - forget
zabyva | -by (v.)to? - forget
zachad [m.] - West
zachaplenie [n.] - admiration, rapture
zachodni (adj.) - western
zacikawleny (adj.) - interested
zaynia | -ni (v.) - close
zadarma (adv.) - (for) free
zahad [m.] - order, command
zahadyk [m.] - commander
zahadva | -da (v.) - order, command
zajac [m.] - hare
zajmacca | zaniacca (v.) - be occupied
zajzdra [f.] - envy, jealous
zajzdrosny (adj.) - envious, jealous
zajzdroci (v.imp.) - envy, be jealous
zakachacca (v.perf.) - fall in love
zakazva | -za (v.) - book, order
zakon [m.] - law
zakonadawstva [n.] - 1. legislation 2.legislature
zakonadaviec [m.] - legislator
zakony (v.perf.) - finish, end
zaaty (adj.) - golden
zalena [f.] - dependence, interdependence
zaleny (adj.) - dependent
zamieva | -miani (v.) - exchange
zamiest (pr.:2.) - instead
zaniatak [m.] - occupation, business, interest
zapakowva | -kava (v.) - pack, wrap up
zapiarey (v.perf.) - deny
zapraa | -prasi (v.) - invite
zapytacca (v.perf.) - ask
zapaka [f.] - match
zarabla | -rabi (v.) - earn
zaraz (adv.) - now
zarpata [f.] - wage, pay
zaviada | -viedy (v.) - testify
zawsiody, zawdy (adv.) - always
zawtra (adv.) - tomorrow
zawvaa | -y (v.) - notice
zavazi | -vieci (v.) - bring (in a car)
zaznajomlivacca | -jomicca (v.) - acquaint (oneself)
zban, zbanok [m.] - pitcher, jug
zbankrutava (v.perf.) - go bankrupt
zbroja [f.] - weapon, arm
zdarowje [n.] - health
zdarovy (adj.) - healthy
zdole (v.perf.) - manage
zdrada [f.] - treason
zdradzi (v.perf.) - turn traitor, defect, betray
zhoda [m.] - agreement, harmony
zhubi (v.perf.) - lose
zialony (adj.) - green
ziamla [f.] - -earth, ground
ziaziula [f.] - cuckoo
ziemlarob [m.] - farmer
zima [f.] - winter
zayniec [m.] - offender
zama (v.perf.) - break, smash
zodziej [m.] - thief
zowyvanie [n.] - abuse
zuacca | -ycca (v.) - be united, come together
zua | -y (v.) - unite, join
zy (adj.) - bad, nasty
zmahacca (v.imp.)z kim? - fight
zmua | zmusi (v.) - force
zmyva | zmy (v.) - clean
znajoma [f.] - acquaintance
znak [m.] - sign
znow (adv.) - again
zoata [n.] - gold
zorka [f.] - star
zrazumie (v.perf.) - understand
zvani (r.) - ring
zvon [m.] - bell
zvyaj [m.] - custom
zvyajny (adj.) - ordinary, usual
z-za (pr.:2.) - because of
zzadu (adv.) - from behind


dziajnia | dziejni (v.) - accomplish, realize
dziwlacca |dzivicca (v.) - be surprised
jada | jeci (v.) - eat
miania | -ni (v.) - change
mianacca | mienycca (v.) - grow less, shrink
miana | mieny (v.) - diminish, decrease
miena [f.] - change
miest [m.] - content
nika | niknu (v.) - disappear
nia | niy (v.) - devastate, ravage, ruin
vier [m.] - animal


aba [f.] - frog
ada (v.imp.) - wish
ach [m.] - fear, dread, terror
achlivy (adj.) - dreadful
adanie [n.] - wish
al [m.] - sorrow, grief; na al - unfortunately
aleza [n.] - iron
alezny (adj.) - iron-
anyna [f.] - woman
anicca (v.imp.) - marry
art [m.] - joke
awnier [m.] - soldier
ava (v.imp.) - chew
mienia [f.] - hand, hollow of the hand
nivie [m.] - August
onka [f.] - wife
oraw [m.] = uraviel - crane
owty (adj.) - yellow
uraviel [m.] = oraw - crane
ychar [m.] - inhabitant
y (v.imp.) - live
yciapis [m.] - biography
ycio [n.] - life
ya [f.] - vein
yvioa [n.] - animal


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