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Sunajul

Sunajul Dictionary

Pronouns

vi (pronoun, /vɪ/): "he"

zas (pronoun, /zəs/): "she"

ki (pronoun, /kɪ/): "they"

lich (pronoun, /lɪtʃ/): "you"

atta (pronoun, /əɾə/): "we"

is (pronoun, /ɪs/): "I"

Articles

liz (article, /lɪz/): "a"

awdoo (article, /odʊ/): "the"

Prepositions

ittav (preposition, /iɾəv/): "and"

tatattaw (preposition, /tætəɾəw/): "as"

ngait (preposition, /ŋaɪt/): "from"

oottat (preposition, /ʊɾət/): "in"

ttatip (preposition, /ɾətɪp/): "of"

vubimain (preposition, /vʌbɪmaɪn/): "or"

inaydama (preposition, /inedəmə/): "to"

liw (preposition, /lɪw/): "will"

nifas (preposition, /nifəs/): "with"

Numbers

na (number, /nə/): "zero"

etad (number, /ɛtəd/): "one"

en (number, /ɛn/): "two"

mukak (number, /mʌkək/): "three"

ataket (number, /ətækɛt/): "four"

inan (number, /ɪnən/): "five"

zabet (number, /zəbɛt/): "six"

tutacha (number, /tutatʃə/): "seven"

oughlisha (number, /ɒliʃə/): "eight"

ajavin (number, /əjəvɪn/): "nine"

ttay (number, /ɾe/): "ten"

Questions

teni (question, /tɛnɪ/): "what"

naylita (question, /nelitə/): "who"

kikayt (question, /kiket/): "how"

sanaim (question, /sənaɪm/): "why"

aifinu (question, /aɪfɪnu/): "when"

Interjections

tufithi (interjection, /tʌfɪði/): "hello"

adai (interjection, /ədaɪ/): "goodbye"

natt (interjection, /nəɾ/): "hey"

kasu (interjection, /kəsʌ/): "bye"

ttad (interjection, /ɾəd/): "ouch"

awvam (interjection, /ovəm/): "wow"

ttithi (interjection, /ɾɪðɪ/): "uh"

edezathi (interjection, /ɛdɛzəðɪ/): "er"

ttak (interjection, /ɾək/): "um"

Adverbs

tti (adverb, /ɾɪ/): "again"

ittupiti (adverb, /ɪɾupiti/): "now"

thengat (adverb, /ðɛŋət/): "soon"

ithit (adverb, /ɪðɪt/): "often"

vazayyi (adverb, /vəzeyi/): "sometimes"

nini (adverb, /ninɪ/): "always"

ki (adverb, /kɪ/): "never"

ath (adverb, /əð/): "seldom"

Adjectives

awman (adjective, /omən/): "aromatic"

doughn (adjective, /dɒn/): "basted"

emet (adjective, /ɛmɛt/): "big"

ipaytaf (adjective, /ɪpetəf/): "bitter"

shaj (adjective, /ʃədʒ/): "black"

dilatis (adjective, /dilætɪs/): "blue"

mizu (adjective, /mizu/): "brown"

pache (adjective, /pətʃɛ/): "chilled"

apade (adjective, /əpədɛ/): "cold"

awdisi (adjective, /odiʒ/): "curried"

nus (adjective, /nus/): "dark"

attaku (adjective, /əɾəku/): "deep"

aydai (adjective, /edaɪ/): "divine"

zamana (adjective, /zəmənə/): "drunk"

ikuwani (adjective, /ikuwənɪ/): "empty"

ought (adjective, /ɒt/): "evil"

oughlizat (adjective, /ɒlɪzət/): "familiar"

ngi (adjective, /ŋɪ/): "fat"

nin (adjective, /nɪn/): "flat"

tif (adjective, /tɪf/): "frail"

poob (adjective, /pʊb/): "fried"

icheb (adjective, /ɪchɛb/): "full"

ikapayz (adjective, /ɪkəpez/): "good"

katal (adjective, /kətəl/): "green"

usisiattough (adjective, /ʌsɪʒəɾɒ/): "grey"

iva (adjective, /ivə/): "honest"

ettel (adjective, /ɛɾɛl/): "hot"

ttasi (adjective, /ɾəsi/): "light"

thanoughvuf (adjective, /θænɒvuf/): "long"

anetiza (adjective, /ənɛtɪzə/): "loud"

umamata (adjective, /ʌməmətæ/): "mortal"

iloum (adjective, /ilaʊm/): "mysterious"

ittalattu (adjective, /ɪɾaləɾu/): "narrow"

ahutitt (adjective, /əhutɪɾ/): "old"

jal (adjective, /dʒəl/): "orange"

ematu (adjective, /ɛmətʌ/): "pungent"

asi (adjective, /əsɪ/): "purple"

angounit (adjective, /æŋaʊnɪt/): "quiet"

atalil (adjective, /ətəlil/): "raw"

uka (adjective, /ukə/): "rectangular"

ddas (adjective, /ɽəs/): "red"

bi (adjective, /bi/): "roasted"

ulawak (adjective, /ʌlæwæk/): "round"

niwin (adjective, /nɪwɪn/): "salty"

kate (adjective, /kətɛ/): "savory"

ta (adjective, /tə/): "shallow"

thip (adjective, /ðip/): "short"

navaga (adjective, /nəvəgə/): "smoked"

uzathape (adjective, /uzaðæpɛ/): "sober"

gihoo (adjective, /gihʊ/): "sour"

uwattayvough (adjective, /ʌwaɾevɒ/): "spicy"

api (adjective, /æpɪ/): "spiral"

maz (adjective, /məz/): "square"

iwuz (adjective, /ɪwuz/): "steamed"

tami (adjective, /təmɪ/): "strange"

bal (adjective, /bæl/): "strong"

azimai (adjective, /əzimaɪ/): "sturdy"

ka (adjective, /kə/): "sweet"

alis (adjective, /alɪs/): "tall"

aw (adjective, /əw/): "thick"

ja (adjective, /jæ/): "thin"

oughkaww (adjective, /ɒkow/): "warm"

asutha (adjective, /əsʌθə/): "weak"

sew (adjective, /sɛw/): "white"

azubela (adjective, /əzubɛlə/): "wide"

atta (adjective, /əɾa/): "yellow"

ek (adjective, /ɛk/): "young"

Verbs

namedi (verb, /nəmɛdɪ/): "bake"

inabaw (verb, /inəbəw/): "be"

battanit (verb, /bəɾənit/): "belong"

im (verb, /im/): "bite"

ngem (verb, /ŋɛm/): "break"

ttutouti (verb, /ɾʌtaʊtɪ/): "burn"

azunata (verb, /əzunətə/): "come"

ibes (verb, /ɪbɛs/): "die"

ifezinay (verb, /ɪfɛzine/): "drink"

idangami (verb, /idəŋami/): "eat"

uli (verb, /uli/): "fall"

alailoughnu (verb, /əlaɪlɒnʌ/): "fight"

uqakin (verb, /uqəkɪn/): "find"

ilag (verb, /iləg/): "fish"

anag (verb, /ənəg/): "fly"

iw (verb, /ɪw/): "frown"

awlah (verb, /oləh/): "go"

nabahatt (verb, /nəbəhaɾ/): "growl"

vous (verb, /vaʊs/): "hate"

athiza (verb, /əðizə/): "have"

awshad (verb, /oʃəd/): "hear"

awachud (verb, /əwətʃʌd/): "hide"

akagu (verb, /əkəgʌ/): "hold"

izalat (verb, /izalət/): "hunt"

aihanan (verb, /aɪhənən/): "jump"

attubifi (verb, /æɾʌbɪfɪ/): "kill"

pidath (verb, /pɪdəð/): "know"

kupemaz (verb, /kupɛməz/): "laugh"

azizai (verb, /æzɪzaɪ/): "lie"

nattatt (verb, /nəɾəɾ/): "live"

ab (verb, /əb/): "lose"

nattinim (verb, /nəɾinim/): "love"

att (verb, /aɾ/): "need"

dain (verb, /daɪn/): "own"

an (verb, /æn/): "roast"

adifag (verb, /ədɪfag/): "run"

ngaichusaym (verb, /ŋaɪtʃʌsem/): "see"

isalise (verb, /ɪsəlisɛ/): "sit"

uf (verb, /uf/): "sleep"

atha (verb, /əðə/): "smell"

tet (verb, /tɛt/): "smile"

litti (verb, /lɪɾi/): "stand"

naitt (verb, /naɪɾ/): "strike"

aliwa (verb, /əlɪwə/): "swallow"

shinitt (verb, /ʃɪniɾ/): "swim"

outathu (verb, /aʊtæðʌ/): "taste"

ayledase (verb, /elɛdəsɛ/): "throw"

tataina (verb, /tətaɪnə/): "walk"

zatt (verb, /zæɾ/): "want"

Nouns

nayd (noun, /ned/): "afternoon"

natat (noun, /natət/): "ale"

ettoughjayta (noun, /ɛɾɒjeta/): "all"

amolana (noun, /əmɔlæna/): "alligator"

afittata (noun, /əfɪɾətə/): "arm"

asil (noun, /asɪl/): "ash"

ukuw (noun, /ukʌw/): "aunt"

ttul (noun, /ɾul/): "axe"

ingaw (noun, /iŋo/): "bark"

laboughsash (noun, /labɒsəʃ/): "bay"

withi (noun, /wiði/): "beer"

abaid (noun, /abaɪd/): "beet"

amig (noun, /əmɪg/): "bird"

tti (noun, /ɾɪ/): "blood"

kenani (noun, /kɛnænɪ/): "boar"

as (noun, /əs/): "bone"

kini (noun, /kɪnɪ/): "breakfast"

sidi (noun, /sɪdi/): "breast"

ttangas (noun, /ɾəŋəs/): "brother"

nid (noun, /nɪd/): "castle"

sihawis (noun, /sihəwɪs/): "cat"

ttatt (noun, /ɾaɾ/): "cat"

kuthettaz (noun, /kuðɛɾəz/): "chest"

udataytta (noun, /ʌdəteɾæ/): "chicken"

ttawupaw (noun, /ɾəwʌpo/): "claw"

is (noun, /ɪs/): "cloud"

tti (noun, /ɾɪ/): "coconut"

attisiwough (noun, /əɾisɪwɒ/): "crime"

wilattak (noun, /wɪləɾək/): "day"

nawbe (noun, /nobɛ/): "dinner"

atachaytt (noun, /ətətʃeɾ/): "dog"

udin (noun, /udɪn/): "drink"

fatun (noun, /fətun/): "dungeon"

ttatt (noun, /ɾəɾ/): "ear"

oun (noun, /aʊn/): "earth"

attathili (noun, /əɾəðilɪ/): "egg"

wibihough (noun, /wibɪhɒ/): "elder"

sitasawz (noun, /sitæsoz/): "enemy"

habaw (noun, /həbo/): "evening"

inoughteta (noun, /inɒtɛtə/): "eye"

tapayta (noun, /tapetə/): "family"

azittaw (noun, /əziɾo/): "father"

oottawida (noun, /ʊɾəwida/): "feather"

buttutt (noun, /buɾuɾ/): "fight"

izizay (noun, /ɪzɪze/): "finger"

na (noun, /na/): "fire"

thafuth (noun, /ðəfʌð/): "fish"

awngadat (noun, /oŋədət/): "flesh"

uvan (noun, /ʌvən/): "foot"

abawada (noun, /əbawədə/): "forest"

ati (noun, /ətɪ/): "fox"

noi (noun, /nɔɪ/): "friend"

doonali (noun, /dʊnəli/): "goose"

as (noun, /əs/): "grease"

awa (noun, /əwə/): "group"

viloo (noun, /vɪlʊ/): "gulf"

chettani (noun, /tʃɛɾəni/): "hair"

ama (noun, /əma/): "hand"

iwit (noun, /ɪwɪt/): "hat"

shazaytt (noun, /ʃəzeɾ/): "hate"

ulikoutt (noun, /ulɪkaʊɾ/): "head"

nazaw (noun, /nəzo/): "hill"

att (noun, /æɾ/): "horn"

initib (noun, /initɪb/): "horse"

waynad (noun, /wenəd/): "house"

ain (noun, /aɪn/): "inn"

ttikinan (noun, /ɾɪkinan/): "island"

vaig (noun, /vaɪg/): "jaw"

attaladd (noun, /æɾələɽ/): "lake"

kiwazoo (noun, /kɪwəzʊ/): "leaf"

ttounas (noun, /ɾaʊnəs/): "leg"

awpesus (noun, /opɛsus/): "liver"

dunit (noun, /dʌnɪt/): "louse"

attinanaw (noun, /əɾinano/): "love"

nat (noun, /nət/): "lunch"

aykawlisa (noun, /ekolɪsæ/): "man"

ub (noun, /ub/): "many"

dev (noun, /dɛv/): "meal"

oosivashough (noun, /ʊsɪvəʃɒ/): "metal"

uttisay (noun, /ʌɾɪse/): "mine"

ittouttin (noun, /ɪɾaʊɾin/): "monster"

nayn (noun, /nen/): "moon"

ete (noun, /ɛtɛ/): "morning"

naytasett (noun, /netəsɛɾ/): "mother"

fuvaid (noun, /fʌvaɪd/): "mountain"

houghhile (noun, /hɒhilɛ/): "mouth"

aithawtha (noun, /aɪðoðə/): "name"

ud (noun, /ʌd/): "neck"

ewisu (noun, /ɛwisʌ/): "night"

ayzifou (noun, /ezifaʊ/): "noodle"

thep (noun, /ðɛp/): "nose"

izamayl (noun, /ɪzəmel/): "ocean"

awhijain (noun, /ohɪjaɪn/): "parent"

izubana (noun, /ɪzubənə/): "path"

aw (noun, /əw/): "peace"

taw (noun, /tæw/): "pepper"

desena (noun, /dɛsɛnæ/): "person"

amath (noun, /əməð/): "pie"

sotahutt (noun, /sɔtahuɾ/): "pig"

pasha (noun, /pəʃə/): "rabbit"

jita (noun, /dʒɪtə/): "rain"

rrazikin (noun, /rəzɪkɪn/): "rat"

initasou (noun, /ɪnɪtasaʊ/): "river"

ttayt (noun, /ɾet/): "robe"

thid (noun, /ðid/): "rock"

ithoughtt (noun, /iðɒɾ/): "root"

miliki (noun, /mɪlikɪ/): "salt"

nuja (noun, /nujə/): "sand"

ebay (noun, /ɛbe/): "seed"

adas (noun, /ədəs/): "sibling"

juti (noun, /jutɪ/): "sister"

sisa (noun, /sɪsæ/): "skin"

aits (noun, /aɪts/): "sky"

ise (noun, /ɪsɛ/): "smoke"

tined (noun, /tɪnɛd/): "snake"

tatti (noun, /təɾɪ/): "soup"

zough (noun, /zɒ/): "star"

michawaw (noun, /michəwo/): "stew"

ibushu (noun, /ɪbuʃʌ/): "stomach"

aymawtitu (noun, /emotɪtu/): "stone"

in (noun, /in/): "stream"

tath (noun, /təð/): "sun"

nayvati (noun, /nevətɪ/): "sword"

ttatat (noun, /ɾætət/): "tail"

asith (noun, /əsɪð/): "tavern"

ittana (noun, /ɪɾənə/): "thumb"

attoughkiga (noun, /æɾɒkigə/): "tongue"

bumanayv (noun, /bʌmənev/): "tooth"

odani (noun, /ɔdənɪ/): "tree"

tawa (noun, /təwæ/): "truth"

fawu (noun, /fəwu/): "uncle"

lavut (noun, /lævut/): "valley"

ifinoittai (noun, /ɪfɪnɔɪɾaɪ/): "war"

ngafi (noun, /ŋæfɪ/): "water"

lai (noun, /laɪ/): "way"

azaha (noun, /æzəhæ/): "wine"

ttud (noun, /ɾʌd/): "woman"

ik (noun, /ɪk/): "word"