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  1. mate with (v)
  2. speak incoherently, mumble (n) (slang)
  3. dark omen, sign of coming evil (n)
  4. insecure one, one full of self-doubt (n) (regional) (slang)
  5. enrich (spirit) (v)
  6. type of drum (n)
  7. hold, grasp (v)
  8. cover, coat, mask (v)
  9. ignore (v)
  10. angle (n)
  11. razor (for shaving) (n)
  12. usually, typically, as expected (adv)
  13. top of foot (n)
  14. wavy-bladed knife (n)
  15. musician (n)
  16. double-headed axe (n)
  17. type of animal, shooy (n)
  18. spear-throwing device (n)
  19. New Zealand (n)
  20. block, lump, brick (n)
  21. prey (n)
  22. type of mineral, bekpuj (orange in color) (n)
  23. sleeveless shirt (n) (regional)
  24. inside, interior (n)
  25. long range (n)
  26. type of animal, a bird noted for its song (n)
  27. serving platter (n)
  28. sneeze (v)
  29. transporter system (n)
  30. opera (n)
  31. territorial wall (e.g., Berlin Wall) (n)
  32. hard palate, roof of mouth (n)
  33. board (n)
  34. fur (n)
  35. second, aide (n)
  36. big toe, first toe (n)
  37. perform (music) (v)
  38. kneel (v)
  39. game board (n)
  40. plumb (n)
  41. suntan lotion (n)
  42. unlikely (adv)
  43. type of animal, chemvah (n)
  44. rescue ship (n)
  45. love, romance (n)
  46. use the second toe (v)
  47. be hostile, malicious, unfriendly, antagonistic (v)
  48. warnog, Klingon ale (n)
  49. Russia (n)
  50. type of animal, a large, black bird (n)
  51. cause to ferment (v)
  52. be too much, be too many (v)
  53. mace (stick, club) (n)
  54. pluck (a stringed instrument) (v)
  55. overly, to an excessive degree, excessively, too much (adv)
  56. buddy, pal, close male friend of a male (n)
  57. bird (general term) (n)
  58. Tknag hooves, (n)
  59. surge (v)
  60. be insightful, be clever (v) (slang)
  61. ponytail (n) (slang)
  62. everybody (n) (idiom)
  63. replica (n)
  64. hairbrush (n)
  65. truth test (n)
  66. type of spear (thrown with aid of a special tool) (n)
  67. someone or something of ambiguous status (n)
  68. bed (n)
  69. yaw (v)
  70. soar (v)
  71. form, make, create (v)
  72. dance, run in place, do calisthenics (v)
  73. fax machine (n)
  74. pentagon (n)
  75. frame, framework, supporting structure (n)
  76. squeeze and stretch out (windbag instrument) (v)
  77. scales (animal covering) (n)
  78. Sauria (n)
  79. wield or swing (a weapon) (v)
  80. snore (v)
  81. to the death (excl) (archaic)
  82. warhead (of a torpedo) (n)
  83. type of knife (used for food preparation) (n)
  84. publication (n)
  85. nurse (n)
  86. be reprehensible, be disgusting, be contemptible (v) (slang)
  87. be short (in stature) (v)
  88. prepare kud in a specific way (v)
  89. curse (n)
  90. be unsavory, be disgusting, be repugnant, be loathsome, be icky (v)
  91. construct, assemble, put together (v)
  92. mango (n)
  93. vat, barrel (for storage of liquor) (n)
  94. use the thumb (v)
  95. type of animal, a bird that feeds almost exclusively on the serpent worms from which qagh is made (n)
  96. rectangle (n)
  97. finally, at last (adv)
  98. thrust upward with end of bat'leth (v)
  99. behave falsely honorably, behave in a falsely honorable manner (v)
  100. throw (a spear) at, hurl (a spear) at (v)
  101. stimulate, inspire, motivate (v)
  102. type of food, kradge tail (n)
  103. use the big toe (v)
  104. pink (v)
  105. electricity (n)
  106. quadrilateral (n)
  107. jitney, bus (n)
  108. architect (n)
  109. be stable, be balanced (v)
  110. stringed instrument (general term) (n)
  111. tribe, house, ancestral unit (n)
  112. be dyed, be stained, be tinted (v)
  113. B'rel-class Scout (n)
  114. tiler (n)
  115. spirit, ghost (n)
  116. slaughter (v)
  117. naturally produced kud (n)
  118. close female friend of a female (n)
  119. stop up, fill a hole (v)
  120. bat'leth display (n)
  121. beat (something with an implement) (v)
  122. oh, o (excl)
  123. slide sword blade along opponent's blade (v)
  124. bloodworm (n)
  125. pinky, little finger (n)
  126. third toe (n)
  127. ligament, tendon (n)
  128. be fresh, be just killed (meat) (v)
  129. ancient language (n)
  130. salivate (v)
  131. Mok'bara (martial arts form) (n)
  132. outsider, foreigner (n) (slang)
  133. saucepan (n)
  134. cucumber (n)
  135. type of animal, v'gro (like a cat) (n)
  136. formulate, compile, pull together (v)
  137. family crest (n)
  138. Sword of Kahless (n)
  139. nitrogen (n)
  140. be rowdy, unruly (v)
  141. cannon (n)
  142. translator (n)
  143. member of one's house (n)
  144. sex (i.e., perform sex; always subject) (v)
  145. invigorate, fortify, strengthen (v)
  146. Australia (n)
  147. attack fighter (vessel) (n)
  148. be next (in a series, sequence) (v)
  149. type of animal, a flightless aquatic bird (n)
  150. triangle (n)
  151. apple (n)
  152. fighting technique (n)
  153. camera (n)
  154. pigment stick (n)
  155. baldric, sash (n)
  156. be direct (v)
  157. type of plant, dikus plant (n)
  158. be not attentive, be distracted, lack focus (v) (slang)
  159. type of animal, a bird that makes noise at dawn (n)
  160. hydrogen (n)
  161. fork (n)
  162. type of pot with handles (used for food preparation) (n)
  163. the familiar beginning of a song (n)
  164. mind-sharing (n)
  165. perch (v)
  166. hoof (n)
  167. axe handle (n)
  168. bump into, run into, collide with (v)
  169. small mirror (n)
  170. parry, deflect a lunge (v)
  171. err, make a mistake (v) (slang)
  172. be dead (referring to food) (v) (slang)
  173. compact disc, CD (n)
  174. grandson (n)
  175. face, have the prospect of having to deal with (v)
  176. gain (v)
  177. type of animal, a bird known for its song (n)
  178. liver (n) (regional)
  179. deserve, warrant (v)
  180. be slimy (v)
  181. substitute, stand-in, temporary surrogate (n)
  182. decimal point (n)
  183. encase (v)
  184. type of animal, khrun (n)
  185. climbing apparatus, jungle gym (n)
  186. ceramic flat-bottomed pot (n) (regional)
  187. go through (an open door, tunnel, etc.) (v)
  188. forehead (n) (regional)
  189. thumb (n)
  190. flute, fife (n)
  191. type of animal (similar to a Qa', but smaller) (n)
  192. stew (n)
  193. dishonorably (adv)
  194. exhale (v)
  195. pretend (v)
  196. lurk, lie in wait, lie low (v)
  197. mortgage value (n)
  198. Gre'thor (where spirits of dishonored go) (n)
  199. vomit (n)
  200. ceremonial display (n)
  201. months from now (n)
  202. skirt (n)
  203. dishonor (n)
  204. most, greater part (n)
  205. be exhilarated, be stimulated, be invigorated (v)
  206. sark (n)
  207. deuterium isotope (n)
  208. sway (v)
  209. type of animal, krincha (n)
  210. mallet (for striking a musical instrument) (n)
  211. courage, audacity (n)
  212. type of animal, a bird with a noisy, repetitive cry (n)
  213. dish in a restaurant, catch of the day (n)
  214. officer emeritus (n)
  215. be full, be filled up (v)
  216. shrub (n)
  217. order, group, officially recognized by government (n)
  218. crown (n)
  219. use the second (middle) finger (v)
  220. television (n)
  221. be great, be wonderful, be excellent, be splendid (v) (slang)
  222. taste, flavor (n)
  223. game token (n)
  224. compatriot, community member, cohort, fellow citizen (n)
  225. cutting knife (n)
  226. order, structure (societal) (n) (slang)
  227. armpit (n)
  228. airplane (n)
  229. body part (not further identified) (n)
  230. Ferengi dog (n)
  231. dog, cur, inferior person (n) (slang)
  232. paw (n)
  233. be straight (v)
  234. finova bean(s) (n)
  235. hiccup (v)
  236. communications, communication-related technology (n)
  237. throw around, hurl about (v)
  238. be cheap (v)
  239. minion (n)
  240. battle song (n)
  241. leg (served as food) (n)
  242. teacup (n)
  243. open entryway (to corridor, tunnel, conduit) (n)
  244. manipulate by hand, handle (v)
  245. curmudgeon (n)
  246. time period ago (past) (n)
  247. smile, grin, sneer (v)
  248. cause (someone) to confess or reveal a secret (v) (slang)
  249. be in a correct attitude (v)
  250. fifth tone of nonatonic musical scale (n)
  251. be low (v)
  252. rivet (n)
  253. leaf (of a plant) (n)
  254. matchstick (n)
  255. speak in an honorable or respectful fashion (v)
  256. hurl a spear by means of a chetvi (v)
  257. eastard, area toward the east (n)
  258. grape (n)
  259. land on water (like a bird) (v)
  260. mucus (n)
  261. be crooked, bent (v)
  262. nonsense, balderdash (n) (slang)
  263. aunt, father's brother's wife (n)
  264. ditch (n)
  265. China (n)
  266. stirring stick (n)
  267. Greece (n)
  268. rasberry (n)
  269. dye, stain, tint (v)
  270. fourth tone of nonatonic musical scale (n)
  271. deep-fry (v)
  272. film (from a camera) (n)
  273. paralyze (v)
  274. Sunday (n)
  275. teapot (n)
  276. sword (n)
  277. type of animal, loong (lizardlike) (n)
  278. type of animal, mid-sized bird with garish coloring (n)
  279. end (an event, voyage, battle, play, etc.) (v)
  280. shorts (n)
  281. ear (external, cartilaginous flap) (n)
  282. blockade (n)
  283. male cousin (mother's sister's son or father's brother's son), nephew (man's brother's son or woman's sister's son) (n)
  284. take-off/landing thrusters (n)
  285. sculptor (n)
  286. emit (energy, radiation, etc.) (v)
  287. Durani lizard skins (n)
  288. qa'vak (traditional game) (n)
  289. use up, consume, expend, drain (v)
  290. annoy, bother, irk, irritate (v) (slang)
  291. bird of prey (animal) (n)
  292. flat-bottomed pot for food preparation (n) (regional)
  293. fourth toe (n)
  294. pigment stick (n) (slang)
  295. torch (n)
  296. have a length of, measure (v)
  297. be unfortunate, be not good (v) (slang)
  298. be indirect, roundabout, devious (v)
  299. onion (n)
  300. lip, cover, cap (n)
  301. water pipe (n)
  302. type of animal, teg bat (n)
  303. toothbrush (n)
  304. ceiling/floor between stories (n)
  305. root, tuber (n)
  306. peck (v)
  307. wealth, richness (n)
  308. authority, power, one in authority or in charge (n) (slang)
  309. banana (n)
  310. good news, it's good to hear that (excl) (slang)
  311. spike (n)
  312. bottom (interior) (n)
  313. pride (emotion) (n)
  314. be chewy (v)
  315. stop, enough already (excl)
  316. iron (for pressing clothes) (n)
  317. Japan (n)
  318. resist, fend off (v)
  319. occasionally (adv)
  320. pilot, one who operates (an aircraft) (n)
  321. generation (n)
  322. radio (device) (n)
  323. be short (in duration) (v)
  324. second toe (n)
  325. marrow, bone marrow (n)
  326. something which is just there (n)
  327. corridor (n)
  328. squeeze (windbag instrument) (v)
  329. love song (n)
  330. god, supernatural being (n)
  331. be pregnant (v)
  332. drool (v)
  333. be in an attitude (v)
  334. type of liquor, baceh'tluth (n)
  335. metal flat-bottomed pot (n) (regional)
  336. be formerly honored (v)
  337. exert undue influence on (v) (slang)
  338. jug, jar, bottle (n)
  339. battle spear, Gin'tak (n)
  340. aim (v)
  341. wheeze, breathe noisily (v)
  342. criminal, villain, malefactor (n)
  343. map, plan (n)
  344. unit of measure, approximately 1 quart/liter (n)
  345. scissors (n)
  346. Tuesday (n)
  347. structure, organization, anatomy (n)
  348. darsek, unit of currency (n)
  349. file (n)
  350. ode of respect (n)
  351. type of liquor, bahgol (n)
  352. t-shirt (n)
  353. digress (v) (idiom)
  354. play (a musical instrument) (v)
  355. warrior's knife, d'k tahg (n)
  356. strum (a stringed instrument) (v)
  357. be near, be nearby (v)
  358. lunge, thrust (v)
  359. type of animal, bokrat (n)
  360. coffee (n)
  361. (term of deprecation) (n) (slang)
  362. type of animal, a nocturnal bird (n)
  363. keep score (v)
  364. ass, rear end, buttocks (n)
  365. type of animal, a really big bird (n)
  366. equilateral triangle (n)
  367. oxygen (n)
  368. cheese (n)
  369. model, example, pattern (n)
  370. key (n)
  371. hit (percussion instrument) with fist (v)
  372. artificially produced qud (n)
  373. institute, institution (n)
  374. celebration (n)
  375. Operations Command (n)
  376. morning animal (n)
  377. Monday (n)
  378. flat-bottomed pot for food preparation (n)
  379. expert, authority (n) (slang)
  380. statue (n)
  381. open, flat hand (n)
  382. observe, celebrate (a ritual) (v)
  383. irresponsible person, undisciplined person (n) (slang)
  384. even, including, also (adv)
  385. explain clearly to, clarify for, specify for (v) (slang)
  386. baffle (n)
  387. rib (n)
  388. party, celebration (n)
  389. shell (of an animal) (n)
  390. chopstick (n)
  391. idol (n) (slang)
  392. haute cuisine (n)
  393. be arrogant, haughty, conceited (v)
  394. impulse fusion thrusters (n)
  395. spit out (v)
  396. spit (v)
  397. leader (n)
  398. type of stringed instrument (n)
  399. mushroom (n)
  400. meat from midsection of animal (n)
  401. pit (of fruit) (n)
  402. teddy bear (n)
  403. corn (food) (n)
  404. type of animal, Tokvarian skink (n)
  405. be formal, be ritualistic, be ceremonial (v)
  406. type of knife (general purpose) (n)
  407. shower (for washing) (n)
  408. pot (for food preparation) (general term) (n)
  409. bottom (exterior) (n)
  410. aunt, father's sister (n)
  411. be dull, be blunt (of blades) (v)
  412. interior face of exterior wall (n)
  413. people, kin, member of the same group or tribe or clan (n)
  414. aunt, mother's sister (n)
  415. coat, jacket (n) (regional)
  416. sheath, knife case (n)
  417. uncle, father's brother (n)
  418. be bland (referring to food) (v)
  419. pet name, endearment (n)
  420. ponytail holder (n) (slang)
  421. design, map out, plan (v)
  422. bagpipes (n)
  423. player (of an instrument) (n)
  424. together (adv)
  425. be deep (v)
  426. unit of weight, approximately 45 pounds (n)
  427. purple (v)
  428. death ritual (n)
  429. accordion, concertina (n)
  430. publishing house (n)
  431. be about, be concerned with (v)
  432. accountant, financier (n) (slang)
  433. bleed (v)
  434. touch (emotionally) (v)
  435. ceiling of top-story room (n)
  436. maneuver to be in an attitude (v)
  437. replacement (permanent) (n)
  438. curse warfare (n)
  439. large mirror (n)
  440. term of deprecation (n) (slang)
  441. wall, interior wall, interior face of exterior wall, territorial wall (n)
  442. pelt (skin with fur still attached) (n)
  443. heave (v)
  444. type of animal, a bird which digs up small bugs to eat (n)
  445. percussion instrument (drum, bell) (n)
  446. stone panel (artwork, similar to a painting) (n)
  447. type of beverage (root beer) (n)
  448. maintain a correct attitude (v)
  449. Portugal (n)
  450. burst into song (v)
  451. cousin (mother's sister's child or father's brother's child), niece or nephew (man's brother's child or woman's sister's child) (n)
  452. warp field (n)
  453. rice (n)
  454. weakling, runt, scrawny one, skinny one (n) (slang)
  455. type of sauce (n)
  456. type of animal, a bird capable of mimicking speech (n)
  457. scoop, scooping implement (to serve food) (n)
  458. ankle (n)
  459. husk, rind, peel, shell (of fruit, nut) (n)
  460. use the pinky (little finger) (v)
  461. pair (n)
  462. axe with spike at end (n)
  463. type of animal, sabre bear (n)
  464. little toe, fifth toe (n)
  465. cone (n)
  466. type of food, gladst (n)
  467. last item in a list (n)
  468. axe (n)
  469. unexpected guest, uninvited guest (n)
  470. ritual gifts (n)
  471. type of animal, lingta (n)
  472. first-born child (n)
  473. laser (n)
  474. aspirin (n)
  475. coverer, coater, masker (n)
  476. roll, scroll, list (n)
  477. unit of weight, approximately 5 pounds (n)
  478. be complex (v)
  479. lack, be without, to not have (v)
  480. type of animal, a bird characterized by erratic, unpredictable behavior (n)
  481. express, embody, exude, epitomize (v)
  482. Talarian (person) (n)
  483. break one's word (v)
  484. mass, masses, multitude, a very large, but indeterminate group of something (people or otherwise) (n)
  485. be brown (v)
  486. India (n)
  487. victor, conqueror (n)
  488. song, chant (n)
  489. act without a plan, improvise (v) (slang)
  490. heart of targ (n)
  491. Sweden (n)
  492. owe (someone) (v)
  493. have a depth of (v)
  494. use the fourth toe (v)
  495. type of fruit (n)
  496. end (of stick, rope, etc.) (n)
  497. romantic companion, romantic partner (n)
  498. be dishonored (v)
  499. then, subsequently (adv)
  500. type of coat (n)
  501. limb (of an animal) (n)
  502. front, area in front of (n)
  503. hole in musical instrument (n)
  504. wrist (n)
  505. use the third toe (v)
  506. end (a period of time does this) (v)
  507. landing gear (n)
  508. marinade (n)
  509. ship (on water) (n)
  510. be cursed, be jinxed (v) (slang)
  511. have a length/height of (v)
  512. herbed granulated cartilage (for food preparation) (n)
  513. wood (n)
  514. spearhead with multiple points (n)
  515. impulse drive (n)
  516. type of knife (slender blade) (n)
  517. mature, grow up (v)
  518. pigment, paint, dye (n)
  519. hammer (n)
  520. gemstone (n)
  521. lyric, lyrics (n)
  522. electrician (n)
  523. be good, be excellent (v) (slang)
  524. container, box (n)
  525. use the little toe (v)
  526. array, bank (n)
  527. fight, battle (relatively minor fight) (v)
  528. break (something) off (v)
  529. retrieve (v)
  530. be thick, be dense, be viscous (v)
  531. be fresh, be just picked (fruit, vegetable) (v)
  532. cube (n)
  533. transgress, do more than is acceptable (v)
  534. top of walking cane or ceremonial cane (n)
  535. meat from midsection of animal, no bones (n) (regional)
  536. hip (n)
  537. cousin (mother's brother's child or father's sister's child), niece or nephew (man's sister's child or woman's brother's child) (n)
  538. ear (internal, organ of hearing) (n)
  539. bag, sack, pouch, pocket (n)
  540. joke (n)
  541. perform surgery (on) (v)
  542. scroll (n)
  543. Friday (n)
  544. replace (v)
  545. fall (suffer loss of status) (v)
  546. be insignificant (v)
  547. dwell in/at, reside in/at (v)
  548. K'Tinga class (vessel) (n)
  549. ground-up, dried-up mixture for brewing tea (n)
  550. gather (v)
  551. pretender (n)
  552. shirt with sleeves (n) (regional)
  553. ferment (v)
  554. bicycle (n)
  555. disruptor (n)
  556. be honored falsely, be falsely honorable (v)
  557. end (of a song) (n)
  558. Glasnost (an ancient political movement) (n)
  559. roll (v)
  560. lower (spear) to horizontal attack (v)
  561. eighth tone of nonatonic musical scale (n)
  562. fish (n)
  563. fight, battle (relatively major fight) (v)
  564. technology (n)
  565. prism (three-sided base) (n)
  566. four-sided base pyramid (n)
  567. joke, make a joke, tell a joke (v)
  568. type of animal, both sexes resemble Terran bull (n)
  569. Rudellian plague (n)
  570. bean, beans (n)
  571. screw (n)
  572. hole (n)
  573. boy's knife (n)
  574. paint using fingers (v)
  575. stabilizer (component of a ship) (n)
  576. fight, battle (major confrontation) (v)
  577. Spain (n)
  578. rotate, twirl (v)
  579. roll, throw (v)
  580. Ligon (n)
  581. use the ring (third) finger (v)
  582. have a weight of, weigh (v)
  583. hotel (n)
  584. be good, be delicious, be tasty, be harmonious (v)
  585. Cardassian (person) (n)
  586. install (a device) (v)
  587. coalition (n)
  588. type of animal, tknag (n)
  589. water jug (n)
  590. sycophant, flatterer (n) (slang)
  591. nose (n) (regional)
  592. ritual suicide (n)
  593. Eyes of Kahless (n)
  594. postcard (n)
  595. drinking song (n)
  596. female cousin (mother's sister's daughter or father's brother's daughter), niece (man's brother's daughter or woman's sister's daughter) (n)
  597. unit of measure, 1.25 light years (n)
  598. plain spearhead with single sharp point (n)
  599. motherboard (n)
  600. stairs, stairway (except at ship door) (n) (regional)
  601. sleeve (n)
  602. tractor beam (n)
  603. battle, combat (abstract) (n)
  604. nail (n)
  605. reject (v)
  606. stairway leading to door of a ship (n) (regional)
  607. gurgle (stomach noise) (v)
  608. card (n)
  609. motor (n)
  610. lava (n)
  611. sun (n)
  612. type of animal, topah (n)
  613. table (n)
  614. spark, emit sparks (v)
  615. type of fungus (n)
  616. United States of America (n)
  617. hospital (n)
  618. get on (to) (v)
  619. be hazardous, be perilous, be treacherous (v) (slang)
  620. type of animal, a bird noted for its speed (n)
  621. polygon (n)
  622. Klingon beauty contest (n)
  623. gently, weakly (adv)
  624. weather (in general) (n)
  625. belly button (n)
  626. dissolve an alliance with (v)
  627. sauce for gagh (n)
  628. economics (n) (slang)
  629. be jealous of, envy (v)
  630. be sure, be definite, be positive, be certain (v) (slang)
  631. cousins, a group of tey' and lor (n)
  632. standard dialect (n)
  633. cleavage, woman's cleavage (n)
  634. swim (v)
  635. fat, animal fat (n)
  636. type of food (n)
  637. be safe, be protected (v) (slang)
  638. plumber (n)
  639. consume soup (v)
  640. seldom, infrequently (adv)
  641. flashlight (n)
  642. a kind of medical device (n)
  643. uncle, father's sister's husband (n)
  644. trap, entrap (v)
  645. forearm (n)
  646. fight, battle (very minor fight) (v)
  647. century (n)
  648. ceiling (n)
  649. mixture of animal parts (n)
  650. pride of weapons (n)
  651. launcher (n)
  652. return (something) (v)
  653. academy (n)
  654. today (n)
  655. igvah liver soup (n)
  656. spearhead, sharp end of anything spearlike (n)
  657. phantom, apparition (n)
  658. phlegm (n)
  659. brain (organ) (n)
  660. have a volume of (v)
  661. batch, pile, heap, accumulation (n)
  662. type of food, racht (n)
  663. hunting spear (n)
  664. ritualized torture by women (n)
  665. Cardassia (n)
  666. twist knuckle into someone's head (v)
  667. Yiridian (person) (n)
  668. main corridor (n)
  669. support (v)
  670. twirl bat'leth, cause bat'leth to rotate (v)
  671. bowl (large) (n)
  672. food server in a Dok'e (fast-food restaurant) (n)
  673. stairs, stairway (n)
  674. bank (for money) (n)
  675. give back, return (v)
  676. passport (n)
  1. a 'ab (v)
  2. b chuH (v)
  3. c Sargh (n)
  4. d pIn tlhoy' (n)
  5. e HIvje' bom (n)
  6. f 'o (excl)
  7. g qutlh (v)
  8. h raSya' (n)
  9. i ghal (v)
  10. j 'uD (n)
  11. k Sech (n)
  12. l tlhuD (v)
  13. m nga'chuq (v)
  14. n nIyma' (n)
  15. o ngaQHa'moHwI' (n)
  16. p Qaj tlhuQ (n)
  17. q vIlle' (n)
  18. r yIr (v)
  19. s pIn (n) (slang)
  20. t 'awje' (n)
  21. u raHta' (n)
  22. v boqHa' (v)
  23. w cheb (n)
  24. x tlhoy' (n)
  25. y 'ul pat mutlhwI' (n)
  26. z QIncha' (n)
  27. aa tetlh (n)
  28. ab ngun (v)
  29. ac natlIS (n)
  30. ad nguSDI' (n)
  31. ae chuH (v) (slang)
  32. af Hong boq chuyDaH (n)
  33. ag quvHa'ghach (n)
  34. ah qo'qaD (n)
  35. ai vIlInHoD (n)
  36. aj bIQSIp 'ugh (n)
  37. ak ra'Duch tut (n)
  38. al bIQ bal (n)
  39. am vIq (n)
  40. an 'ampaS (n)
  41. ao mupwI' (n)
  42. ap Duj ngaDHa' (n) (slang)
  43. aq qegh (n)
  44. ar voQSIp (n)
  45. as tera' peb'ot (n)
  46. at bang pong (n)
  47. au QIn 'echletHom (n)
  48. av ram (v)
  49. aw Duran lung DIr (n)
  50. ax jIm (v)
  51. ay lop (n)
  52. az mu'qaD (n)
  53. ba vIl (n)
  54. bb Dach (v) (slang)
  55. bc peq (v)
  56. bd chaQ (v)
  57. be majyang mutlhwI' (n)
  58. bf velqa' (n)
  59. bg muchwI' (n)
  60. bh menggho' naH (n)
  61. bi tor (v)
  62. bj 'o'lav (n)
  63. bk Qeb (n) (slang)
  64. bl vaH (n)
  65. bm ghaytanHa' (adv)
  66. bn pIjHa' (adv)
  67. bo jat (n) (slang)
  68. bp Sut HabmoHwI' (n)
  69. bq nIpon (n)
  70. br DayquS (n)
  71. bs warjun (n)
  72. bt tlhaw' (v)
  73. bu tlhop (n)
  74. bv pe'meH taj (n)
  75. bw nguq (v)
  76. bx SoSbor (n)
  77. by chor (n) (regional)
  78. bz bIS'ub (n)
  79. ca vem'eq (n)
  80. cb nuH bey' (n)
  81. cc roS (v)
  82. cd gho 'Impey' (n)
  83. ce Soj qub (n)
  84. cf Qumran (n)
  85. cg ritlh naQ (n)
  86. ch jul (n)
  87. ci cha'DIch (n)
  88. cj 'e'mamnal (n)
  89. ck ngagh (v)
  90. cl qItI'nga' (n)
  91. cm yan (n)
  92. cn muD (n)
  93. co Heghtay (n)
  94. cp le'yo' (n)
  95. cq tlhoy' SaS (n)
  96. cr maqoch (n)
  97. cs naH (v)
  98. ct much Hergh (n)
  99. cu tlhIS (v)
  100. cv DaHjaj gheD (n)
  101. cw char (v)
  102. cx 'aQlo' (n) (regional)
  103. cy mavje' (n) (regional)
  104. cz veragh (n)
  105. da qompogh (n)
  106. db rach (v)
  107. dc mIl'oD (n)
  108. dd 'och mutlhwI' (n)
  109. de may' bom (n)
  110. df SaS (v) (slang)
  111. dg 'o'wen (n)
  112. dh betleH bey' (n)
  113. di mIv'a' (n)
  114. dj qa' (v)
  115. dk le'mIS (n)
  116. dl qID (n)
  117. dm lIt (v)
  118. dn Haq (v)
  119. do vID'Ir (n)
  120. dp tlhIq (n)
  121. dq ngeQ (v)
  122. dr quy'Ip (n)
  123. ds lav (n)
  124. dt jaQ (v)
  125. du mIQ (v)
  126. dv velwI' (n)
  127. dw ghIrep naH (n)
  128. dx 'echlet (n)
  129. dy nanwI' (n)
  130. dz mar (v)
  131. ea peb'ot (n)
  132. eb ghe'tor (n)
  133. ec 'Iwghargh (n)
  134. ed way' (v)
  135. ee jIr (v)
  136. ef 'elpI' (n)
  137. eg cha'naS (n)
  138. eh SIla' (n)
  139. ei bal (n)
  140. ej 'ey (v)
  141. ek bIQ ghaywI' pa' (n)
  142. el Doq 'ej wovbe' (v)
  143. em qoD (n)
  144. en gheD (n)
  145. eo Dab (v)
  146. ep ghetwI' (n)
  147. eq SeQ (v)
  148. er puqnI'loD (n)
  149. es po Ha'DIbaH (n)
  150. et Dav (v)
  151. eu qID (v)
  152. ev beqpuj (n)
  153. ew 'aSralya' (n)
  154. ex nguv (v)
  155. ey cham (n)
  156. ez Hom (n) (slang)
  157. fa bom mu' (n)
  158. fb povjaj (n)
  159. fc yach (v)
  160. fd wan (v)
  161. fe tlhoy (adv)
  162. ff rech (v)
  163. fg lolmoH (v)
  164. fh HajDob (n)
  165. fi SenwI' rIlwI' je (n) (idiom)
  166. fj lIngta' (n)
  167. fk qurgh (n)
  168. fl Doqqu' 'ej wov (v)
  169. fm 'obmaQ (n)
  170. fn yuvtlhe' (n)
  171. fo bej (v) (slang)
  172. fp qu' (v) (slang)
  173. fq ra'Duch (n)
  174. fr jop (v)
  175. fs bur (v)
  176. ft roSHa'moH (v)
  177. fu tennuSnal (n)
  178. fv ghonDoq (n)
  179. fw ngI' (v)
  180. fx tonSaw' (n)
  181. fy nItlh naQ (n) (slang)
  182. fz ta' Hol (n)
  183. ga chatlh (n) (slang)
  184. gb lolchu' (v)
  185. gc vagh (n)
  186. gd Hom (v)
  187. ge joQ (n)
  188. gf jIrmoH (v)
  189. gg qeylIS betleH (n)
  190. gh tlhatlh (n)
  191. gi ghojmeH taj (n)
  192. gj ghaw' (n) (regional) (slang)
  193. gk ngogh (n)
  194. gl nItebHa' (adv)
  195. gm Ha'DIbaH (n) (slang)
  196. gn tagha' (adv)
  197. go bang bom (n)
  198. gp pIlam naH (n)
  199. gq waQ (n)
  200. gr rut (adv)
  201. gs cheSvel (n) (regional)
  202. gt ghevI' (n)
  203. gu HomwI' (n)
  204. gv ray' tIr (n)
  205. gw Suqqa' (v)
  206. gx lop (v)
  207. gy cha'nob (n)
  208. gz jIvvo' (n)
  209. ha mon (v)
  210. hb gham (n)
  211. hc motlh (adv)
  212. hd wab HevwI' (n)
  213. he mIllogh qonwI' qoSta' (n)
  214. hf ghIt (n)
  215. hg qanwI' (n)
  216. hh nu'Siylan (n)
  217. hi cha''etlh pe'wI' (n)
  218. hj Dov'agh (n)
  219. hk ghIntaq (n)
  220. hl raQ (v)
  221. hm Ho' teywI' (n)
  222. hn much (v)
  223. ho wuD (v)
  224. hp Qal (v)
  225. hq Saqjan (n)
  226. hr bochmoHwI' (n) (slang)
  227. hs Soq (v)
  228. ht chanDoq (n)
  229. hu qa'vIn (n)
  230. hv ghab (n)
  231. hw maQmIgh (n)
  232. hx ghISDen (n)
  233. hy nevDagh (n)
  234. hz bargh (n)
  235. ia buy' ngop (excl) (slang)
  236. ib loghqam (n)
  237. ic topvIr lung (n)
  238. id Qenvob (n)
  239. ie yub (n)
  240. if ghIqtal (excl) (archaic)
  241. ig buq (n)
  242. ih vInpu' (n)
  243. ii qung (n)
  244. ij tuqnIgh (n)
  245. ik Qutlh (v)
  246. il may'ron (n)
  247. im chonnaQ (n)
  248. in loS (n)
  249. io bIQSIp (n)
  250. ip tIngDagh (n)
  251. iq tIqnagh lemDu' (n)
  252. ir gher (v)
  253. is qat (v)
  254. it qIvon (n)
  255. iu ghoQ (v)
  256. iv petqaD (n)
  257. iw qotlh (v)
  258. ix Saw' (v)
  259. iy qa'vaQ (n)
  260. iz Daghtuj (n)
  261. ja pIQHa' (v)
  262. jb Doj (n)
  263. jc ghach (v)
  264. jd qeb (v)
  265. je cheb'a' (n)
  266. jf Qeq (v)
  267. jg tey'be' (n)
  268. jh tal (n)
  269. ji ngep'oS (n) (regional)
  270. jj Quj 'echlet (n)
  271. jk charghwI' (n)
  272. jl DIj (v)
  273. jm chob (n)
  274. jn mutlh (v)
  275. jo 'Iq (v)
  276. jp burgh quD (n)
  277. jq tlhuH (v)
  278. jr ngat (n)
  279. js luH (v) (slang)
  280. jt yIv (v) (slang)
  281. ju leng chaw' (n)
  282. jv muD Duj (n)
  283. jw tajvaj (n)
  284. jx Sor Hap (n)
  285. jy cha'bIp (n)
  286. jz DIr QanwI' taS (n)
  287. ka qanraD (n)
  288. kb Da'nal (n)
  289. kc namwech (n)
  290. kd lay'Ha' (v)
  291. ke tuy' (v)
  292. kf DaSjaj (n)
  293. kg chan (n)
  294. kh baQ (v)
  295. ki 'ul (n)
  296. kj renwI' (n)
  297. kk pe''egh (v)
  298. kl Dor (v)
  299. km qaj (v)
  300. kn bop (v)
  301. ko vInDa' (n)
  302. kp quD (n)
  303. kq QongDaq (n)
  304. kr qarDaSngan (n)
  305. ks 'uch (v)
  306. kt Se'vIr (n)
  307. ku chuy (v)
  308. kv natlh (v) (slang)
  309. kw moH (v) (slang)
  310. kx quvHa' (v)
  311. ky parmaqqay (n)
  312. kz Qor (v)
  313. la DIron (n)
  314. lb chong (v) (slang)
  315. lc HurDagh (n)
  316. ld 'orwI' (n)
  317. le qa'rol (n)
  318. lf chemvaH (n)
  319. lg jey'naS (n)
  320. lh bol (v)
  321. li Ho' (n) (slang)
  322. lj 'elaDya' (n)
  323. lk Qatlh (v)
  324. ll yIrIDngan (n)
  325. lm verengan Ha'DIbaH (n)
  326. ln paH bID (n)
  327. lo QujwI' lIw (n)
  328. lp wejwa' (n)
  329. lq wep (n) (regional)
  330. lr qorgh (v)
  331. ls mupwI'Hom (n)
  332. lt me' (n)
  333. lu Sa'Hut (n)
  334. lv HoS choHwI' (n)
  335. lw boq ru' (n)
  336. lx vI' (n)
  337. ly parmaq (n)
  338. lz DaH (n)
  339. ma HoQ (v)
  340. mb gha'tlhIq (n)
  341. mc 'IqnaH (n)
  342. md mevyap (excl)
  343. me nav HablI' (n)
  344. mf tlhevjaQ (n)
  345. mg pIQ (v)
  346. mh boqrat (n)
  347. mi roghmoH (v)
  348. mj melchoQ (n)
  349. mk natlh (v)
  350. ml 'I' (n)
  351. mm tangqa' (n)
  352. mn qeylIS mInDu' (n)
  353. mo ghubDaQ (n)
  354. mp meyIS tIr (n)
  355. mq Degh (v) (slang)
  356. mr qay (v)
  357. ms Hur'Iq (n) (slang)
  358. mt lolchu'taH (v)
  359. mu Heghba' (n)
  360. mv qa'meH (n)
  361. mw vaHbo' (n)
  362. mx teS (n)
  363. my chaj (n)
  364. mz DeS (n)
  365. na ngoH (v)
  366. nb barat (n)
  367. nc 'elI'jaH (n)
  368. nd mIv (n) (regional)
  369. ne jajvam (n)
  370. nf letlh (n)
  371. ng vabDot (adv)
  372. nh wIl (n)
  373. ni QoghIj (n)
  374. nj mIp (n)
  375. nk chob'a' (n)
  376. nl tera' yav 'atlhqam (n)
  377. nm tlham (n) (slang)
  378. nn 'eSpanya' (n)
  379. no bachHa' (v) (slang)
  380. np Hargh (v)
  381. nq 'In (n)
  382. nr 'IvtIH (n)
  383. ns lem (n)
  384. nt mIllogh qonwI' (n)
  385. nu parbIng (n)
  386. nv bIQ Duj (n)
  387. nw portughal (n)
  388. nx pang (v)
  389. ny 'un quD (n)
  390. nz jaj wa' (n)
  391. oa mI' (v)
  392. ob qatlhDa' (n)
  393. oc buqjaj (n)
  394. od Hew chenmoHwI' (n)
  395. oe tennuS (n)
  396. of chuq'a' (n)
  397. og marwI' (n)
  398. oh tey'loD (n)
  399. oi chenmoH (v)
  400. oj rIlwI' (n)
  401. ok qogh (n)
  402. ol vagh reD mey' (n)
  403. om targh tIq (n)
  404. on 'un (n)
  405. oo tIqnagh (n)
  406. op wanHa' (v)
  407. oq Hut'In (n)
  408. or nan (v)
  409. os mIl'oD ngeb (n)
  410. ot naQ (n) (slang)
  411. ou yatlh (v)
  412. ov 'atlhqam (n)
  413. ow vItHay' (n)
  414. ox jungwoq (n)
  415. oy Sum (v)
  416. oz baqghol (n)
  417. pa voHDajbo' qav'ap (n)
  418. pb ngIb (n)
  419. pc tatlh (v)
  420. pd ngIj (v)
  421. pe ghuS (v)
  422. pf nguvmoH (v)
  423. pg QaD (v) (slang)
  424. ph lupwI' (n)
  425. pi wel (v)
  426. pj tlhaS (v)
  427. pk taSman (n)
  428. pl 'eQway (n)
  429. pm pa' reD (n)
  430. pn tIl (v)
  431. po rIl (v)
  432. pp letlh (n) (regional)
  433. pq renwI' (v)
  434. pr 'ep (v)
  435. ps mIl (v)
  436. pt QIn vagh (n)
  437. pu lopno' (n)
  438. pv veb (v)
  439. pw chetvI' (n)
  440. px chelwI' (n) (slang)
  441. py pIrmuS (n)
  442. pz chIw (v)
  443. qa nIm wIb ngogh (n)
  444. qb qajunpaQ (n)
  445. qc 'obe' (n)
  446. qd puq chonnaQ (n)
  447. qe lor (n)
  448. qf lu (v)
  449. qg naghboch (n)
  450. qh moQbara' (n)
  451. qi jorneb (n)
  452. qj lung (n)
  453. qk ngIb (n) (slang)
  454. ql no' Hol (n)
  455. qm regh (v)
  456. qn pan (v)
  457. qo naHnagh (n)
  458. qp qarDaS (n)
  459. qq jeD (v)
  460. qr tova'Daq (n)
  461. qs moq (v)
  462. qt bor (v)
  463. qu tlhIngan 'IH qaD (n)
  464. qv bom (n)
  465. qw rachwI' (n)
  466. qx chuD (n)
  467. qy tlho'ren (n)
  468. qz puq poH (n)
  469. ra rogh (v)
  470. rb jer (v)
  471. rc wup (v)
  472. rd be'joy' (n)
  473. re banan naH (n)
  474. rf jIb yachwI' (n)
  475. rg 'I'SeghIm (n)
  476. rh mov (n)
  477. ri bo'Dagh (n)
  478. rj chaS (n)
  479. rk 'anyan 'oQqar (n)
  480. rl muq (v)
  481. rm yo'SeH yaHnIv (n)
  482. rn loS reD 'Impey' (n)
  483. ro QIn (n)
  484. rp raS (n)
  485. rq cha'qu' (n)
  486. rr ley' (n) (regional)
  487. rs yeb (n)
  488. rt Suy' (n)
  489. ru tuq Degh (n)
  490. rv mey' (n)
  491. rw yopwaH bID (n)
  492. rx 'oQqar (n)
  493. ry chorgh (n)
  494. rz chu'wI' (n)
  495. sa lev (n)
  496. sb nagh beQ (n)
  497. sc nughI' (v)
  498. sd 'echletHom (n)
  499. se nISwI' (n)
  500. sf jolpat (n)
  501. sg 'e'mam (n)
  502. sh Qach (v)
  503. si ghet (v)
  504. sj ra'Duch tIQ (n)
  505. sk DarSeq (n)
  506. sl Hew (n)
  507. sm HIvDuj (n)
  508. sn chu' (v)
  509. so raSber naH (n)
  510. sp lol (v)
  511. sq bey' (n)
  512. sr 'amerI'qa' SepjIjQa' (n)
  513. ss jentu' (n)
  514. st cha'par (n)
  515. su 'ul Sech (n)
  516. sv luHwI' tIH (n)
  517. sw namtun (n)
  518. sx Se'vIr malja' (n)
  519. sy je' (v)
  520. sz veDDIr (n)
  521. ta ronmoH (v)
  522. tb ghe'naQ (n)
  523. tc DevwI' (n)
  524. td lul (v)
  525. te pa' beb (n)
  526. tf ghIlaSnoS (n)
  527. tg ngal (v)
  528. th Der (v)
  529. ti Sorya' (n)
  530. tj teywI' (n)
  531. tk qam Do Duj (n)
  532. tl tlhorghHa' (v)
  533. tm De' jengva' (n)
  534. tn 'alngegh (n)
  535. to beylI' (n)
  536. tp Qom (v) (slang)
  537. tq toSwI' qal'aq (n)
  538. tr vegh (v)
  539. ts buq'Ir (n)
  540. tt Qun (n)
  541. tu ghaw' (n)
  542. tv tey' (n)
  543. tw ngaDmoHwI' (n)
  544. tx vIghro' (n)
  545. ty 'aqnaw (n)
  546. tz qa' (n)
  547. ua DoS chIl (v) (idiom)
  548. ub cha'neH (n)
  549. uc Se'tu' (n)
  550. ud cheSvel (n)
  551. ue ropyaH qach (n)
  552. uf ghanjaq (n)
  553. ug yejHaD (n)
  554. uh ngech (n)
  555. ui 'eS (v)
  556. uj maHpIn (n)
  557. uk yInSIp (n)
  558. ul wogh (v)
  559. um ngaD (v)
  560. un DuDwI' (n)
  561. uo baHjan (n)
  562. up 'aplo' (n)
  563. uq runpI' (n)
  564. ur qul naQ (n)
  565. us tu'lum (n)
  566. ut notqa' (n)
  567. uu tebwI' (n)
  568. uv ghantoH (n)
  569. uw ngaj (v)
  570. ux por (n)
  571. uy ghab tun (n) (regional)
  572. uz ghIq (adv)
  573. va teghbat (n)
  574. vb yIvbeH SeQHa' (n)
  575. vc 'Igh (v) (slang)
  576. vd rItlh (n)
  577. ve buSHa' (v)
  578. vf tlhay (n)
  579. vg toppa' (n)
  580. vh mu'qaD veS (n)
  581. vi tlhagh (n)
  582. vj Qop (v) (slang)
  583. vk QIn pup (n)
  584. vl nagh DIr (n)
  585. vm bo'Degh (n)
  586. vn neSlo' (n)
  587. vo veD (n)
  588. vp megh'an (n)
  589. vq to'waQ (n)
  590. vr letbaQ (n)
  591. vs lIghon (n)
  592. vt batlhHa' (adv)
  593. vu rey (v)
  594. vv lajQo' (v)
  595. vw QemjIq (n)
  596. vx HuchQeD (n) (slang)
  597. vy 'eDSeHcha (n)
  598. vz talarngan (n)
  599. wa pIlmoH (v)
  600. wb yIvbeH (n) (regional)
  601. wc yI' (v)
  602. wd bam (v)
  603. we loS reD mey' (n)
  604. wf mebpa'mey (n)
  605. wg qan (v)
  606. wh Qur (n)
  607. wi Qa'Hom (n)
  608. wj rol taj (n)
  609. wk ngup (n) (slang)
  610. wl van (v)
  611. wm chang'eng (n)
  612. wn jev (v)
  613. wo Qaq (v)
  614. wp vIno'va' qurgh (n)
  615. wq vutmeH 'un (n) (regional)
  616. wr jejHa' (v)
  617. ws buy' (v)
  618. wt von (v)
  619. wu tuq (n)
  620. wv vel (v)
  621. ww Soj naQ (n)
  622. wx 'utlh (n)
  623. wy toDDuj (n)
  624. wz 'uSgheb (n)
  625. xa vatlh DIS poH (n)
  626. xb ron (v)
  627. xc pu'jIn (n)
  628. xd wob (v)
  629. xe run (v)
  630. xf tlhot (v)
  631. xg 'aD (v)
  632. xh Dojmey (n)
  633. xi Hutlh (v)
  634. xj lIw (n)
  635. xk tlhapqa' (v)
  636. xl Qay' (v)
  637. xm Hongghor (n)
  638. xn qew (v)
  639. xo DuQ (v)
  640. xp 'om (v)
  641. xq QIS (n)
  642. xr jaD (v)
  643. xs HaSta jIH (n)
  644. xt Ha'quj (n)
  645. xu wornagh (n)
  646. xv wItlh (v)
  647. xw Suverya' (n)
  648. xx Hut'In vIl (n)
  649. xy ruDelya' rop'a' (n)
  650. xz toQ (n)
  651. ya jom (v)
  652. yb yeb (n) (slang)
  653. yc ret (n)
  654. yd bI'rel tlharghDuj (n)
  655. ye pIvchem (n)
  656. yf wom (v)
  657. yg nenchoH (v)
  658. yh roSwI' (n)
  659. yi pe'vIlHa' (adv)
  660. yj 'epIl naH (n)
  661. yk chechtlhutlh (n)
  662. yl lIr (n)
  663. ym sIj (v) (slang)
  664. yn Hun (n)
  665. yo DIn (n)
  666. yp qal'aq (n)
  667. yq Qum (n)
  668. yr HochHom (n)
  669. ys 'o'megh (n)
  670. yt 'up (v)
  671. yu nobHa' (v)
  672. yv Qay'wI' (n)
  673. yw bIQDep (n)
  674. yx Daqtagh (n)
  675. yy Doq 'ej SuD (v)
  676. yz rav'eq (n)