ヴォラピュク語源辞典

  1. A
  2. B
  3. C
  4. D
  5. E
  6. F
  7. G
  8. H
  9. I
  10. J
  11. K
  12. L
  13. M
  14. N
  15. O
  16. P
  17. R
  18. S
  19. T
  20. V
  21. X
  22. Y
  23. Z

A

a [French à]
ab [German aber] < PG aferą
ad [Latin ad]
adyö [French adieu]
af [Latin fera]
ag [German ach]
ai [Gothic aiw] < PG aiwaz
al [English all] < PG allaz
an [German einige] < PG ainagaz
as [English as]
ät [German -ität]

B

ba (1) [English probable ... babl ... ba]
bad (1) [English bad]
bad (2) [German Baden]
bafod [Italian baffi and Spanish bigote ... bafote ... bafod]
bagaf [English paragraph]
bai [English by]
bail [English bail]
bak [German backen]
bakter [German Bakterie]
bakud [English abacus ... bakus ... bakud]
bakun [German Balkon]
bal [English one ... wan ... ban ... bal]
balib [Latin barba]
bam [German Bank ... ban ... bam]
bambud [German Bambus ... bambud]
ban [French bain]
bank [German Bank]
baol [German Ball]
baon [French baron]
bap [French bas ... bap]
barak [German Baracke]
barikad [French barricade]
baskül [French bascule]
basov [Italian basso]
bat [French battre]
bavet [French bavette]
bay [German Bayern]
bazil [German Bazille]
bäad [Lat. ebenus ... bä(n)us ... bäas ... bäad]
bäjun [French beige]
bäk [English back]
bäl [German Beere ... bär ... bäl]
bäld [English old ... äld ... bäld]
bälid [English belly]
bän [German Ebbe]
bänsin [German Benzin]
bänyun [English banjo]
bäs [English basin]
bäset [English basket]
bät [English bait]
beb [English bulb]
bed [English bed]
beg [English beg]
begun [English begonia]
bei [English by]
beit [English bite]
bel [German Berg ... ber ... bel]
bem [English beam]
ben [Latin benignus]
ber [English bear]
berjen [French aubergine]
bet [German Beet]
betun [German Beton]
bevü [English between]
bi (1) [English because]
biad [English birch ... bias ... biad]
bib [English Bible]
bid [English breed]
bied [English bitter]
bieg [German biegen]
bien [German Biene]
bif [English before]
big [English big]
bijop [English bishop]
bijut [French bijoux ... bijus ... bijut]
bil [English bile]
biliet [French billette]
bim [German Baum]
bin [English been]
bioskop [Swedish bioskop]
bir [German Bier]
bisar [French bizarre]
biskut [French biscuit]
bit [Russian byt ‘way of life’]
biv [English beaver]
blad [German blasen ... blas ... blad]
blam [English blame]
blasfäm [French blaspheme]
bläg [English black]
bländ [French blinde]
bled [German Blatt]
bleg [English flex ... fleg ... bleg]
blein [English blind]
blesir [French plésir]
blib [German bleiben]
blig [English obligation]
blin [English bring]
blit [English breech ... blis ... blit]
blod [English brother]
blog [German Block]
blok [English block]
blög [English block]
blöt [Swedish bröst ... brös ... blöt]
blöv [French bleu]
blud [German Blut and English blood]
bluf [French preuve ... pruf ... pluf ... bluf]
bluk [English brook]
blun [French plonger]
bluv [French éblouir]
boad [English board]
boat [French boiteux]
bob [English bow ... bov ... bob]
bod [German Brot]
bof [English both ... bos ... bot ... bof]
bok [English box ... bok]
bolit [Greek polis ... bolis ... bolit]
bom [English bone ... bob ... bom]
bon [German Bohne]
bonät [French bonnet]
boned [French abonner]
boskot [English boy-scout]
bot [German Boot]
botur [French butor]
bov [English bowl ... bo(l) ... bov]
böb [French bourse ... bös ... böd ... böb]
böd [English bird]
böf [English buffoon]
bök [German Bock]
böket [English bucket]
bölad [German belästigen ... bölas ... bölad]
böm [German Böhmen]
bör [French beurre]
bösin [English porcelain ... pösin ... bösin]
böt [German bieten]
brad [French bras]
braf [German brav ... braf]
bran [French ébranler]
brasid [Latin brassica ... brasik ... brasid]
braun [German braun]
bref [French bref]
brein [English brain]
brek [English break]
briet [French ébriété]
brikod [English apricot]
broad [English broad]
brok [English broker]
brokat [German Brokat]
brons [English bronze]
brul [French brouiller]
brum [German brummen]
brüyär [French bruyère]
bub [Latin bos]
bud [English Buddha]
bufod [Latin bufo]
bueg [English beech]
bug [German Bucht ... buk(t) ... bug]
bujid [French bougie]
buk [English book]
bul [Latin bulla]
bum [German Bau]
bun [French bond]
bundan [English abundant]
but [English boot]
büd [German Gebot]
büfät [French buffet]
büg [German Büchse ... bük ... büg]
bün [German Birne]
bür [German Büro]
büsid [English business ... büsis ... büsid]

C

caf [French casserole ... kas ... chas ... cas ... cat ... caf]
cal [English charge ... car ... cal]
carad [Arabic jarada]
cav [English yawn ... yav ... cav]
cäf [German Käfer ... chäf ... cäf]
cek [French cage ... chek ... cek]
cel [English cherry ... cer ... cel]
cem [French chambre]
cen [English change]
cid [Latin caesum ... chis ... cid]
ciel [English gill]
cif [English chief]
cil [English child]
cim [English chimney]
cin (1) [English machine]
cin (2) [English China]
cip [English chip]
cog [English joke ... chog ... cog]
cop [Italian zappa ... zop ... cop]
cöd [French juge ... chös ... cöd]
cög [French échec ... chög ... cög]
cöp [English chop]
cuk [Italian (dialectal) ciuco]
cun [French jeûne]
cuv [English chew]
cüg [English cheek]
cün [English chin]
cüt [English deceit ... chüt ... cüt]

D

da [Latintrans/German durch]
daem [English dam]
daet [English date]
daf [German Dachs ... das ... dat ... daf]
dag [English dark]
dail [Irish]
daiv [English dive]
dal [English dare ... dar ... dal]
daleskop [English telescope]
daliad [English dahlia]
dan [German Dank]
danüd [English dance ... danüs ... danüd]
daopt [English adopt]
das [German dass]
dat [English that]
dauk [Latin daucus]
daun [English down]
daut [English daughter]
daül [English adult]
dav [English dew]
däd [English dead]
däg [English dagger]
däk [English deck]
däl [German dürfen ... där ... däl]
dältad [English delta]
däm [Latin damnum]
däp [English adept]
därvid [English dervish ... därvis ... därvid]
däsärt [English desert]
däsin [English design]
däspär [English despair]
dät [English date]
de [French de]
deb [English debt]
dediet [French dédier/English dedicate]
def [English defect]
deg [Latin decem]
dek (1) [Latin decus]
dek (2) [English December]
dekät [Latin decanatus]
deklam [English declamation]
del [English day ... de(l)]
den [German Degen]
densit [French densité]
depüt [French deputé]
desin [English design]
desir [French désir]
det [Italian destra ... des ... det]
deut [German deutsch ... deus ... deut]
devid [German Devise ... devis ... devid]
diab [French diable]
diagun [English diagonal]
dial [English ideal]
diamet [French diamètre]
dicet [English digest ... dices ... dicet]
dib [English deep]
did [English deed]
dif [English differ]
dig [Latin dignus ‘worthy’]
dil [English deal]
dilijan [French diligence]
din [German Ding]
dindun [French dindon]
dinit [French dignité]
diot [English idiot]
dip [French diplomate]
disärt [English desert]
disein [English design]
disin [French dessin]
diskud [Latin discus ... diskus ... diskud]
dist [English distinct]
distuk [English destruct]
dit [German scheiden ... jeid ... jid ... jit ... dit]
ditret [French détresse ... ditres ... ditret]
dium [English medium]
diur [Latin diurnus]
diuret [English diuresis ... diures ... diuret]
divod [English devote]
do [English though]
doab [English dollar ... dolar ... dolab ... doab]
doat [French doigt]
doc [Italian doge]
dof [German doof]
dog [English dog]
dok [Latin doctus]
doküm [French document]
dol [Latin dolor]
dom [Latin domus]
dominov [English domino]
don [English down]
dot [English doubt]
döbat [English debate]
döf [German Defekt]
dök [English duck]
döm [English thumb]
dönu [Italian denuovo]
dramat [English drama]
dran [German dringen]
drat [German Draht]
drät [German Dressur ... dräs ... drät]
dref [German treffen]
dred [English dread]
drem [Italian tremare]
dren [German Träne]
drim [English dream]
drin [English drink]
drol [French drôle]
du [Latin dum]
dug [Latin ducere]
dujet [German Dusche]
duk [English dock]
dul [Latin durare ... dur ... dul]
dum [English dim]
dun [English do]
dust [Latin industria]
düd [German Tüte]
düf [English tough ... tüf ... düf]
dün [German dienen]

E

e, ed [Italian e, ed]
el [Spanish el]

F

faal [German fahl]
fab [English fable]
fabrik [German Fabrik]
fad [German Faden]
faem [Latin fames]
fag [English far ... fag]
faib [English fibre]
fail [English fail]
fal [English fall]
falok [German Falke]
fam [Latin fama]
famül [English family]
fan [German fangen]
far [French phare]
farm [English farm]
fasad [German Fassade]
fasil [French facile]
fat [German Vater]
fatüit [French fatuité]
fäd [German Zufall ... fäl ... fäd]
fäg [German fähig ‘capable’]
fäk [German Affekt]
fälid [Latin vallis ... välid ... fälid]
fän [English fan]
färm [French fermer]
fät [Latin fatum]
fe (1) [German freilich]
fe (2) [German ver-]
feb (1) [German Gewerbe ... veb ... feb]
feb (2) [English February]
fed [English federation]
feif [German pfeifen]
fein [German fein]
feit [German Fehde]
fel [English field]
fem [English ferment]
fenät [French fenêtre]
fer [French fer]
fesül [English vessel]
feud [Latin feudum]
fib [English feeble]
fid [English feed]
fied [English faith ... feid ... fied]
fien [English fine ... fein ... fien]
fif [German Fieber ... fib ... fif]
figur [English figure]
fik [English Africa]
fikul [English difficult]
fil [German Feuer ... fir ... fil]
filät [French filet]
filig [Latin filix]
film [German Film]
fim [English firm]
fin [French fin]
fir [English fir]
fit [German Fisch ... fis ... fit]
fizir [German Offizier]
flab [German Lappen ... lab ... flab]
flad [German Flasche ... flas ... flad]
flag [German Frage]
flam [English flame]
flan [English flank]
flap [French frapper]
fläk [English reflect ... fläkt ... fläk]
flän [English free]
flät [English flatter]
fled [English freight ... fret ... fled]
flen [English friend]
flent [English French ... frens ... flent]
flib [English flea]
flif [English fresh ... flis ... flit ... flif]
fliod [English folio]
flit [Swedish flykt ... flikt ... flit]
flod [English frost ... flos ... flod]
flog [Latin floccus]
flom [Latin frons]
flor [Spanish flor]
flot [French flotter]
flök [German flechten ... flek(t) ... flök]
flör : prompting; flörön v. - prompt (in theatre)
flud [English flood]
fluk [Latin fructus]
flum [Latin flumen]
flun [English influence]
flut [English flute]
fo [English fore]
foad [French foie]
fod [French faux ... fos ... fod]
fog [English fog]
fogin [English foreign ... forin ... fogin]
fok [English fork]
fol [English four ... for ... fol]
fom [English form]
fon [Latin fons]
for [Italian forca]
fortif [English fortification]
fot [French forêt]
fotogaf [English photograph]
fov [English follow ... fo ... fov]
föd [English further]
fög [Greek sphyra ... sfür ... füg ... fög]
föget [English forget]
fögiv [English forgive]
föl [German befolgen]
fön [Latin furnus]
för [English forever]
frag [Latin fragum]
frakat [French fracas ... frakas ... frakat]
fraktur [German Fraktur]
frambod [French framboise ... frambos ... frambod]
fraseod [English phrase]
fräd [French frais ... fräs ... fräd]
fred [German Freude]
frem [English frame]
fren [French frein]
fri [German Freitag]
frin [German Finke]
frog [English frog]
fromad [French fromage ... fromas ... fromad]
fron [French fronce]
front [English front]
frut [English fruit]
fug [Latin fugere]
fuk [French phoque]
ful [English full]
fum [French fourmi]
fun [Latin funus]
funig [Latin fungus]
furnod [Latin furnus ... furnos ... furnod]
furot [French fourrage ... furos ... furot]
fut [English foot]
füm [English found]
füsüd [English physics ... füsüs ... füsüd]
fütür [French futur]

G

gad [English garden]
gadut [Latin gadus ... gadut]
gaen [English gain]
gag [German garstig]
gal (1) [Latin gallus]
galakid [Latin galaxis ... galakis ... galakid]
galit [German Nachtigall ... gal ... galit]
gan [German Gans]
gaod [English gauze ... gaos ... gaod]
garad [English garage ... garas ... garad]
gard [English guard]
garid [Russian grib ... garib ... garid]
garnisun [German Garnison]
gas [English gas]
gasal [French gazelle]
gased [French gazette]
gäm [English gamble]
gäysär [English geyser]
geb [German gebrauchen]
ged [French gris ... gres ... ges ... ged]
gef [German Gefäss]
geid [English guide]
gein [English gin]
gel [German Orgel]
gen [Latin genus]
ger [German Erbe ... er ... ger]
get [English get]
gif [German giessen ... gis ... git ... gif]
gig [German Gicht ... gik(t) ... gig]
gijät [French guichet]
gild [English guild]
gim [English gimlet]
gingif [Latin gingiva]
giraf [French girafe ... jiraf ... giraf]
git [German gerecht ... gerekt ... gi(re)kt ... git]
gitar [English guitar]
giv [English give]
glad [Latin glacies]
gladiol [Latin gladiolus]
glan [Latin glans]
glat [German gratis]
glät [English glass ... gläs ... glät]
glein [English glean]
gleip [German greifen/English grip]
glid [English greet]
glof [English grow ... gro ... glo(f)]
glok [German Glocke]
glot [Latin gloriosus ... glo(rio)s ... glot]
glöm [Swedish glömma]
glöp [Latin globus]
gluf [English glove ... gluv ... gluf]
glum [English glum]
glun [German Grund]
glut [German Glut]
glüg [French église ... glüs ... glüg]
glükos [German Glükose]
gnob [English knob]
goblet [English goblet]
god [English god]
gok [English cock]
gol [English go ... go(l)]
gold [English gold]
golf [English golf]
goun [English gong]
göb [French queue ... kö(b) ... göb]
göl [English early ... (g)ör ... göl]
gön [German gönnen]
grad [German Grad]
grahan [Sanskrit grahana]
grain [English grind]
gramafon [German Grammofon]
gramat [German Grammatik]
gräl [French grèle]
gräm [English climb ... kläm ... gräm]
granat [German Granat]
gren [English grain]
gret [English great]
grif [French greffer]
grin [English grin]
grip [German Grippe]
grob [German grob]
grod [French grosse ... gros ... grod]
groin [English groin]
gros [French gros]
grot [English groat]
grotät [French grotesque ... grotäs ... grotät]
gruf [English groove ... gruv ... gruf]
grul [French grouiller]
grup [English group]
grün [German grün]
gub [Greek kybernan]
gud [English good]
gug [Latin gurges]
guir [English languor]
gul [Latin angulus]
gulad [English goulash ... gulas ... gulad]
gulf [English gulf]
gum [English gum]
gun [English gown]
gust [English August]
gut [French goût]
guv [French gouverner]
gümnad [German Gymnasium ... gümnas ... gümnad]
gün [English gun]

H

had [English ace ... as ... (h)ad]
hag [German ächzen]
haräm [English harem]
harnad [English harness ... harnas ... harnad]
hareng [French hareng]
harmon [German Harmonika]
harpun [English harpoon]
häm [English ham]
härbat [Latin herba]
häret [English heresy ... häres ... häret]
härmet [English hermetic]
härod [English heron]
hät [English hat]
her [English hair]
heroed [English hero]
het [English hate]
hi [English he]
hil [English heel]
hindut [English Hindu]
hiopot [English hippopotamus ... hippot ... hiopot]
hit [English heat]
ho [Greek ho]
hod [Latin hordeum]
hog [English hole ... hol ... hog]
hol [English hour ... hor ... hol]
hon [English horn]
horit [English horizon ... horis ... horit]
hormon [English hormon]
huk [English hook]
humar [German Hummer]
humul [Russian hmel]
hüasen [German Hyazinth]
hüen [German Hyäna]
hügien [German Hygiene]
hüit [French huître]
hüm [German Hymn]
hüpnod [German Hypnose ... hüpnos ... hüpnod]
hür [D. huur]

I

i, id [Russian i]
if [English if]
im [English ism]
in [English in]
is [French ici]
it [English it]

J

jaben [French champignon ... shaben ... jaben]
jad [English shade ... shad ... jad]
jaf [German schaffen ... shaf ... jaf]
jain : cord, rope
jak [English shark ... shak ... jak]
jakal [German Schakal ... shakal ... jakal]
jakät [English jacket]
jal [German Schale ... shal ... jal]
jalot [English shallot ... shalot ... jalot]
jalud [French jalousie ... jalus ... jalud]
jamod [French chameaux ... shamos ... shamod]
jampän [French champagne ... shampän ... jampän]
jan [German Hanf ... han ... jan]
janed [French déjeuner]
jap [English sharp]
jargon [French jargon]
jasid [English chassis ... jasis ... jasid]
jat [English itch ... is ... (j)at]
jäf [German Geschäft ... shäf ... jäf]
jämpod [English shampoo ... shämpod ... jämpod]
jän [English chain ... chän ... jän]
jäp [French duper ... shäp ... jäp]
jäst [French geste ... shäst ... jäst]
jed [French jeter]
jeif [English shave ... sheif ... jeif]
jek [German Schreck ... shek ... jek]
jel [English shield ... shel ... jel]
jeletin [French gelatine]
jem [English shame ... shem ... jem]
jen [German geschehen ... shen ... jen]
jer [French cher]
jeval/jevod [French cheval/chevaux ... jevos ... jeval/jevod]
ji [English she ... shi ... ji]
jib [French gibier]
jied [English shit]
jif [English sheaf ... shif ... jif]
jilät [French gilet ... shilät ... jilät]
jim [German Schere ... sher ... jel … jil … jim]
jip [English sheep ... ship ... jip]
jit [English shirt]
jof [French chauve ... shov ... jof]
joför [French chauffeur ... shoför ... joför]
jok [French choquer ... shok ... jok]
jokolad [German Schocolade ... shokolad ... jokolad]
jol [English shore ... shol ... jol]
jon [German Schau]
jot [German Schulter ... shot ... jot]
jov [English row ... ro ... jo ... jov]
jöl [English eight ... et ... el ... öl ... jöl]
jön [German schön ... shön ... jön]
jönul [French chénille ... shönul ... jönul]
jub [German Schuppen ... shub ... jub]
jueg [English sugar ... shueg ... jueg]
juit [French jouir]
juk [German Schuh ... shuk ... juk]
jul [German Schule ... shul ... jul]
jurnal [French journal]
jut [English shoot ... shut ... jut]
juüp [French jupe]
jü [French jusq’à]
jüp [German Schaufel ... shüp ... jüp]

K

ka [French que]
kaaziad [German Akazie]
kab [German Kabel]
kabaal [English cabbala]
kad [English card]
kadäm [German Akademie]
kaed [German Karte]
kaf [German Kaffee]
kail [German Alkali]
kait [English kite]
kajmir [German Kaschmir]
kak [German Kakao]
kakad [German Kakadu]
kaktud [German Kaktus ... kaktud]
kalad [German Charakter ... kalak(t) ... kalad]
kaled [German Kalender]
kalib [German Kaliber]
kalig [Latin calyx]
kalkul [French calcul]
kam [Latin campus]
kampanul [English campanula]
kamuf [English camouflage]
kan [English can]
kanair [English canary]
kanay [French canaille]
kanäd [English canal]
kandel [English candle]
kangur [English kangaroo]
kanib [English cannibal]
kanit [Latin cantus]
kanser [English cancer]
kanud [English canoe]
kap [Latin caput]
kapar [Latin capra]
kapit [German Kapitel]
kapiten [German Kapitän]
kapsig [Latin capsicum]
kapsul [English capsule]
kapsül [French capsule]
kapüt [Italian cappuccio ... kapus ... kapud ... kapüt]
kar [English square ... skar ... kar]
karbon [English carbon]
kariof [Italian garofano ... garof ... karof ... kariof]
karip [English carp]
karmis [English crimson]
karod [German Karosse ... karos ... karod]
karov [English caravan ... karav ... karov]
kartilag [English cartilage]
karton [German Karton]
karusäl [English carrousel]
kasamat [French casamate]
kasät [English cassette]
kased [English castle]
kaser [German Kaserne]
kat [English cat]
katalit [English catalyst ... katalis ... katalit]
katapult [English catapult]
katar [English catarrh]
katastof [English catastrophe]
kaul [Latin caulus]
kav [English cave]
kavead [Latin cavia]
kavid [German Kavalier]
kayak [English kayak]
kayüt [German Kajüt]
käben [English cabin]
käd [English cash ... käs ... käd]
käl [English care ... kär ... käl]
kält [English Celtic]
käm [German Kamera]
kän [German Kanone]
käpten [German Kapitän]
käv [English quay]
keb [Latin herba]
kef [Hungarian kefe]
kek [English cake]
kekun [Latin caecum]
kel [French quel]
kep [English cape]
kev [English cave]
ki [French qui]
kid [English kiss ... kis ... kid]
kiem [German Chemie]
kien [English knee]
kik [English key]
kil [English three ... tli ... til ... kil]
kiosk [English kiosk]
kip [English keep]
kirat [German Karat]
kirfat [Arabic kirfat]
kit [German Quittung ... quit ... kit]
klad [English class ... klas ... klad]
klat [French éclat]
klaun [English clown]
klav [Latin clavis]
kläm [German Klammer]
kläp [English clep]
kleib [German kleben]
kleud [English cloister ... kleus ... kleud]
klien [English incline]
klif [English cliff]
klim [Latin crimen]
klimat [English climate]
klin [English clean]
klir [English clear]
kliv [English cliff and French declivité]
klok [English clock]
klop [English crop]
klot [English clothe ... klos ... klot]
klub [German Klub]
kluf [French clou ... klu(f)]
klut [French écluse ... klus ... klut]
kluv [German Klaue]
knätär [German knattern]
knib [German kneifen]
knir [German knirschen]
knop [German Knopf]
ko [Latin co-]
koan [English conch]
koäf [English coefficient ... coeff ... koäf]
kob [German Kompanie ... komp ... kob]
kod [English cause ... kos ... kod]
koef [English confession ... conf ... koef]
koeg [English cork]
kofud [English confuse ... kofus ... kofud]
koit [Latin coitus]
kojmar [French cauchemar]
kokain [English cocain]
kokret [English concrete]
kokun [English cocoon]
kolat [English coal]
kold [English cold]
koled [French collation ... koles ... koled]
kolet [English collar]
kolport [French colporter]
kolum [English column]
kolun [English colon]
kom [English come]
komand [English recommend]
komip [German Kampf]
komit [English committee]
komot [Latin communitas ... komo(nita)s ... komot]
kompad [English compass ... kompas ... kompad]
kompen [English company]
komplem [English complete]
komplit [English complex ... komplis ... komplit]
kompot [German Kompot]
komun [English common]
kon [English account]
kondöt [English conduct]
konfäk [English confection]
konfer [English confer]
konfid [English confide]
kongruen [English congruent]
konker [English conquer]
konlet [English collect ... kolet ... konlet]
konöm [German Ökonomie]
konsäl [English consult]
konsien [English conscience]
konstat [French constater]
konsul [English consul]
kontag [English contact ... kontak ... kontag]
kontrol [English control]
konüd [Latin conus ... konus ... konud]
konyak [French cognac]
konyun [English conjunction]
koot [German kochen]
kop [French corps]
kopied [English copy]
köräk [English correct]
kord [English cord]
korial [English coral]
korned [English cornea]
korsät [English corset]
korul [English coral]
kos [English intercourse ... course ... kos]
kot [English code]
kotin [English cotton]
kotur [Latin coturnix]
koult [English occult]
koup [English occupy]
koven [English convene]
köb [English comb]
kög [English cough]
kök [Latin coccus]
köl [English color]
könäd [English coinage ... konäs ... könäs ... könäd]
köp [English cup]
kör [French coeur]
körten [English curtain]
kösöm [English custom]
köt [English cut]
köv [Swedish kuvert]
krab [German Krabbe]
kral [German Kralle]
kran [Latin cranium]
krat [German kratzen and English scratch ... kras ... krat]
kravat [German Kravatte]
krax [German krächzen]
kräk [English crack]
krätäd [English crate]
kred [English creed]
kref [French écrevisse ... krev ... kref]
krem [French crème]
kret [German Kreide]
krig [German Krieg]
krikül [English cricket]
krim [French crime]
krinul [French crinoline]
krip [English creep]
kriset [French cricet]
krisid [Latin crisis ... krisis ... krisid]
kristad [English crystal]
krit [English Christ ... kris ... krit]
krod [English cross ... kros ... krod]
krok [Latin crocus]
krolig [Russian krolik]
kron [German Krone]
kropik [French accroupir]
krot [French crotale]
krov [English crow ... kro ... krov]
kruäl [English cruel]
krug [Russian krug]
krüd [French crude]
krüsalid [English chrysalis ... krüsalis ... krüsalid]
krüsen [German Chrysanthem]
krüt [English critic]
kubit [Lat.]
kud [Spanish cuidad]
kuelel [English ukulele]
kuin [German Quintal]
kuk [English cook]
kukuk [German Kuckuck]
kul [English cull]
kuliv [English cultivate]
kult [English cult]
kum [Latin cumulus]
kumulator [English accumulator]
kun [English cow]
kupr [German Kupfer]
kur [French court]
kuraan [Arabic quran]
kurad [French courage ... kuras ... kurad]
kurat [German akkurat]
kurb [German Kürbel]
kursüd [Latin cursus ... kursüs ... kursüd]
kurug [English court]
kusad [French accusation ... kusas ... kusad]
kusatif [English accusative ... kusativ ... kusatif]
kusen [English cushion]
kübäd [Latin cubus ... kübäs ... kübäd]
küg [English cucumber]
küid [French cuisse ... küis ... küid]
küir [French cuir]
kün [German kühn]
künid [French cynicisme ... künis ... künid]
kvad [German Quadrat]
kvag [English quack]
kvän [English quench]
kvär [Latin quercus]
kvil [Latin aquila]
kvip [French éqipe]
kvisin [French cuisine]
kvisit [Latin inquisition]

L

lab [German haben ... (l)ab]
labun [English album]
lad [German Herz ... (l)as ... lad]
ladet [French l’adresse ... lades ... ladet]
laed [English lattice ... laes ... laed]
lael [French l’allée]
laf [English half ... alf ... laf]
lafab [French l’alphabet]
lag [English hang ... ang ... nag ... lag]
lain [French laine]
lak [French lac]
laleg [French l’algue]
lalegor [French l’allégorie]
laliad [French l’alliage ... lalias ... laliad]
lalkim [French l’alchémie]
lalkov [French l’alcove ... lalkov]
lalp [French les Alpes]
lalt [French l’alto]
lam [French lame]
lamiral [French l’amiral]
lampad [Latin lampas ... lampad]
lampiun [German Lampion]
lampör [French l’empereur]
lan [French l’âme … lam … lan]
lanel [German Engel]
lantär [English lantern]
lanten [French l’antenne]
lanud [Latin alnus ... lanus ... lanud]
laoäd [English aloe]
laod [English loud]
lapel [French l’appel]
larab [French l’arabe]
laram [English alarm]
lard [English large ... lars ... lard]
largent [French l’argent]
larin [English larynx]
lartüg [French l’article]
lasär [French lézard]
lasbed [English asbestos ... lasbes ... lasbed]
laser [English laser]
lasil [French l’asyle]
lasiv [German lasziv]
lasür [French l’azure]
lat [English late]
latar [English altar]
laud [Latin alauda]
laut [French l’auteur]
lav [French laver]
lavar [French l’avare]
lavog [French l’avocat]
lay [French l’ail]
läcer [English lecher]
läd [English lady]
lägüpt [French l’Égypte ... German Ägypten]
läk [English lick]
läl [French l’ail]
lämp [Spanish limpio]
län [English land]
lärn [German lernen]
läs [English less]
läskiom [French l’esquimau]
läten [Spanish latun]
läx [English ex]
lead [French laisser ... leas ... lead]
lear [Greek elaia ... (e)lea(l) ... lear]
leätron [English electron]
led (1) [English lace ... les ... led]
leefad [Latin elephas ... leefas ... leefad]
lef [English leaven ... lev ... lef]
legät [English legation]
leig [English like ... leik ... leig]
lek [French l’echo]
leklär [French l’éclair]
lekt [English electric]
lelatlet [French athlète]
lentül [French lentille]
leod [French l’ordre]
leon [French léon]
lep [English ape]
leprad [Latin lepra]
let [English let]
leit [German leicht ... Swedish lätt]
leül [French l’huile]
li [Russian li]
liäg [Latin ilex ... leik ... liäk ... liäg]
lib [English liberty]
libelul [German Libelle]
licin [English origin ... rijin ... licin]
lid [German Lied]
lied [German leiden ... leid ... lied]
lieg [German reich ... leik ... lieg]
lien [English line ... lein ... lien]
lienet [English lunatic]
liev [French lièvre]
lif [English life]
lift [English lift]
likvir [English liquorice]
lil [French l’oreille]
liläd [French lire]
lim [English limb]
limonad [German Limonade]
lin [English ring]
lindigot [French l’indigo]
lineg [Latin lingua]
ling [French l’anglais]
linul [English linoleum]
liöl [French lieu]
lip [English lip]
lised [English list]
lislad [French l’Islande]
lit [German Licht ... likt ... lit]
literat [German Literatur]
liv [English leave]
loasid [French l’oasis ... loasid]
loat [French louage ... loas ... loat]
lob [German Lob]
lobed [French l’obéisance ... lobes ... lobed]
lod [English load]
loen [English loan]
loet [French rôtir ... roet ... loet]
lof (1) [German Osten ... os ... ot ... of]
lof (2) [French l’offre]
log [Swedish öga]
lojad : lodge; (theatre) box
lok [English looking glass]
loktop [French l’octopus]
lom [English home]
lon [English law]
lop [French l’opéra]
lord [English lord]
lorm [French l’orme]
loter [French lottérie]
lot [French l’hotel]
lovat [English oval]
love [English over]
lox [French l’oxygene]
lozon [French l’ozone]
löd [French loge ... los ... löd]
löf [English love ... löv ... löf]
lög [English leg]
lök [English lock]
löl [English whole]
löm [English element]
lön [English own]
löp [English up]
löv [English low]
lueg [German Lunge]
luf [German Luv ... luf]
lug [German lügen]
luib [English wheel ... buil ... luib]
luim [Latin umor]
lul [German fünf ... fuf ... fuv ... ful ... lul]
lum [German Ulme]
lun [English long]
lup [Latin lupus]
lupanar [Italian lupanare]
lut [German Luft]
luuk [Latin ulcus]
luy [German heulen]
lü [French à la]
lüg [Latin lugere]
lük [English look]
lül [English owl]
lümät [French allumette]
lümf [German Lymphe]
lün [French lunette]
lüstrid [Greek hystrix ... üstris ... lüstrid]
lüt [English lute]
lüxüöd [Latin luxus ... lüksüs]

M

maalgam [English amalgam]
maat [English mast]
mab [English marble]
mabar [English amber]
mad [Latin maturus]
maf [German Mass ... mas ... mat ... maf]
mafib [English amphibian]
mag [Latin imago]
magad [French magazine]
magif [French magnifique]
magit [Latin magister]
magiv [German Magie]
magnet [English magnet]
magnol [Latin magnolia]
mahun [English mahogany]
mait [German Mais ... mait]
maket [English market]
makron [English macaroni]
makrorin [Greek makrorhinos]
mal [German Mal]
malar [German Malarie]
maläd [French malade]
malt [English malt]
maluv [Latin malva]
man [English man]
mandolin [English mandolin]
manid [English mania]
manöv [German Manöver]
margarin [German Margarin]
mart [German Marder]
martür [German Martyr]
masad [French manzarde]
masapen [German Marzipan]
maset [French massage ... mases ... maset]
mask [French mâcher]
mast [English master]
masturbat [English masturbation]
mat [French mariage ... ma(ria)s ... mar]
mater [English matter]
matrad [German Matratze ... matras ... matrad]
maulät [English amulet]
may [English May]
mayonäd [French mayonnaise ... mayonäs ... mayonäd]
maxül [Latin maxilla]
mäg [English meager]
mäkun [Latin meconium]
mäl [Eng six ... säk ... säl ... mäl]
mäned [German Mantel]
mäniot [English mention]
mänsid [French mince]
mänt [English mint]
mär [German Märchen]
märkur [English mercury]
mäsäd [English mass]
mäspil [Latin mespilum]
mät [English match]
mäz [English March]
me [German mit]
meb [Latin memoria]
med [English means ... mes ... med]
medit [French méditer]
meil [German Mehl]
mein [English mine]
mek [English make]
mel (1) [German Meer ... French mer ... mel]
mel (2) [German Amerika ... mer ... mel]
melat [German Melasse ... melas ... melat]
melod [Eng, melody]
melun [English melon]
mem [English memory]
men [English man]
merit [English merit]
merul [Latin merula]
mesed [Latin merces ... meses ... mesed]
met [English metre]
metal [English metal]
metod [English method]
mi [English mis-]
mid [English meat]
mied [Latin limes ... mies ... mied]
miel [French miel]
mig [English mix ... mik ... mig]
mikrofon [German Mikrofon]
mil [Latin mille]
milag [Spanish milagro]
milig [English milk]
milit [Latin miles]
min [English mineral]
minister [Latin minister]
mint [English mint]
minum [German minimum]
minut [German Minute]
miop [French miopique]
miot [French miasme ... mias ... mios ... miot]
miser [Latin miser]
misur [French mésure]
mit [English meat]
mod [Latin modus]
moelät [French omelette]
mol [Latin mollis]
mon [English money]
monit [French monter]
mosaig [English mosaic]
most [French monstre]
mot [English mother]
motor [German Motor]
möb [German Möbel]
möd [English much ... mög ... möd]
mög [German mögen]
mön [German Mauer ... mör ... mön]
mösköd [Latin muscus ... möskös ... mösköd]
möv [German Möwe]
muad [English amuse ... muas ... muad]
mud [German Mund]
muf [English move ... muv ... muf]
mug [Latin mus]
mun [English moon]
murb : blackberry
mur [English murmur]
musak [Latin musca]
mused [Latin museum]
musig [German Musik]
musk [Latin muscus]
muskat [German Muskat]
muskät [German Muskete]
muskit [English mosquito]
muskul [German Muskel]
mustag [English moustache ... mustak ... mustag]
mut [German müssen and English must ... mus ... mut]
mutar [French moutarde]
müät [English mute]
müd [French moelleux ... m(oel)üs ... müd]
mügät [French muguet]
mügdal [Greek amygdale]
mül [German Mühle]
müp [German impfen]
müster [French mystère]
müul [French moule]

N

naargid [English anarchy]
naatom [English anatomy]
nab [German eng ... neg ... neb ... nab]
nad [German Nadel]
nadiv [English endive]
naemun [English anemone]
naf [French nef]
naid [French anis ... nais ... naid]
najov [English anchovy ... nacov ... najov]
nak [German Anker]
nakar [French nacre]
naklüm [French enclume]
nam [English an arm]
narzid [German Narzisse ... narzis ... narzid]
nat [German Natur]
natem [German ein Atem]
naud [Latin nausea ... naus ... naud]
naüt [French ennui]
navät [French navet]
näfät [English infect]
näg [German nähen]
nägär [German Neger]
nän [French nain]
närv [German Nerv]
näsäk [German Insekt]
näst [German Nest]
nät [English intact]
nätäpret [English interpret]
nätim [French intime]
näzüm [French enzyme]
ned [English need]
nef [German Neffe]
negat [English negative]
neif [English knife]
neit [English night ... Swedish natt]
nelij [English English ... nelij]
nem [English name and German Name]
nen [German ohne]
nenät [German Immunität]
neod [English need]
nepal : orphan
net [German Nation]
neüf [German Nymphe]
nev [German Nerv]
ni [French ni]
nibot [German Imbiss ... inbis ... nibos ... nibot]
nibud [French omnibus ... nibus ... nibud]
nicäst [English incest]
nid (1) [Latin nitor]
nid (2) [English India]
nidut [English induction ... nidus ... nidut]
nif [Spanish nieve ... niv ... nif]
niflat [English inflation ... niflas ... niflat]
nig [Latin niger]
nigrom [English necromancy]
nik [English niche]
nil [English near ... nir ... nil]
nim [Latin animal]
nin [English in]
nisul [Latin insula]
nited [French interesse ... nites ... nited]
nivät [French niveaux ... niväs ... nivät]
niver [English university]
niy [English neigh]
no [English no]
noat [English note]
nob [English noble]
nof [English an offence]
nog [German noch]
nogan [English organ]
noid [English noise ... nois ... noid]
nok [English knock]
nol (1) [English north]
nol (2) [English knowledge]
nom [English norm]
non [English none]
norm : normik - vertikal
nos [English nothing ... noth ... nos]
not [English note]
nov [English November]
noy [French noyer]
nög [French un oeuf]
nöt [Swedish nöt]
nötron [English neutron]
nu [English now]
nud [English nose … nos … nus … nud]
nuel [English nail]
nuf [English roof … ruf … nuf]
nufar [French niluphar]
nugvet [English unguent]
nul [English new ... nu(l)]
nulüd [English nourish ... nulüs ... nulüd]
num [English number]
numbril [French nombril]
nun [Latin nuntiare]
nut [English nod]
nü (2) [English in]
nüd [Latin nudus]
nük [English neck and French nuque]
nümfead [Latin nympheas ... nümfeas ... nümfead]

O

o [English oh]
of [from f (feminine)]
ol [English you ... u ... o(l)]
om [from m (masculine)]
on [from n (neutral)]
öf [English -ity ... it ... öt ... öf]
ön [English under]

P

paan [English pant]
paäl [French poêle]
pab [Latin papilio]
pad [English page ... pas ... pad]
pael [English pale]
paik [English pike]
pal [English parent ... par ... pal]
palat [English palate]
palet [English party]
pam [English palm]
pan [English pawn]
pankreat [German Pankreas ... pankreat]
pantär [English panther]
pantuf [German Pantoffel]
paostol [English apostle]
papag [German Papagei]
papür [Greek papyros]
parad [French paradis ... paras ... parad]
parafin [English paraffine]
parasit [German Parasit]
parat [German Apparat]
pard [English pardon]
park [English park]
parket [French parquette]
partär [French parterre]
paset [English past]
past [Latin pastor]
pat [English particular]
patron [English patron]
patrul [English patrol]
paud [English pause ... paus ... paud]
paun [English pound]
päd [English padre]
pädrit [English partridge ... pätris ... pädrit]
päk [English pack]
pän [English paint]
pär [English pair]
pärjid [French persil/En. parsley ... pärjis ... pärjid]
pärlat [German Perle]
pärsig [German Pfirsich]
pärun [French perron]
päskar [Latin piscarius]
peäd [French pois ... peäs ... peäd]
peän [English pin]
ped [English press ... pes ... ped]
pein [English pine]
pel [English pay ... pe(l)]
pelek [English pelican]
pen [English pen]
pendül [French pendule]
pep [English pepper]
pepun [Greek pepon]
per [French perdre]
pested [Italian pasta]
petiol [English petal]
petrol [English petrol]
piad [Italian piazza ... pias ... piad]
pian [Italian piano]
pianod [English piano]
piäf [English pith ... piäs ... piät ... piäf]
pid [English pity]
piet [English piety]
pig [English peck ... peg ... pig]
pigmin [German Pergamen]
pijun [English pigeon]
pik (1) [French pique]
pik (2) [French pic]
pilgrim [English pilgrim]
pin [Latin pinguis]
pinguen [English penguin]
pint [German Pfingsten]
pionir [German Pionier]
pip [French pipe]
pir [English pear]
piramid [English pyramid]
pirat [German Pirat]
pirog [English prow]
pisäl [Italian pisello]
plad [English place]
plak [English practice]
plan [English plant]
planet [English planet]
plant [French plante]
plas [French en place]
plastät [English plastik ... plastät]
plat [French plat]
plaud [English plow]
pläd [German Pelz ... pläs ... pläd]
pläid [English plead]
plän [English explain]
pläy [English play]
pleid [English pride]
plek [English supplicate]
plen [English plain]
plepal [French préparer]
plif [French plisser ... plis ... plit ... plif]
plim [English compliment]
plin [German Prinz]
plit [English please ... plis ... plit]
plob [English proof ... prob ... plob]
plod [English applause ... plos ... plod]
plof [German Professor]
plon [English complain ... plen ... plon]
plop [English poplar ... popl ... plop]
plot [English plot]
plök [English pluck]
plöm [English plum]
plör [Latin pleura]
plösen [English performance]
plu [Latin plus]
plut [French pelote]
plüm [French plume]
plüt [English polite]
pod [French pomme]
poed [English poet]
pof [English port ... pot ... pof]
pok [English pocket]
pol (1) [French porter ... por ... pol]
pold [English police ... pols ... pold]
poliomül [English poliomyelitis]
polip [English polyp]
polkat [English polka]
polüglot [English polyglot]
polüp [German Polyp]
pomad [French pommade]
pon [Latin pons]
pop [English poppy]
por [English portion]
porn [English porn]
portat [French portée]
porud [Latin porrum]
pos [Latin post]
posit [English positive]
posun [German Posaun]
pot [English post]
poun [English pound]
pov [Latin polus ... po(l) ... pov]
pö [Russian po / Swedish på]
pöd [Latin post ... pös ... pöd]
pöf [French pauvre ... pöv ... pöf]
pöj [English punch ... pönj ... pöj]
pölig [English peril ... pelir ... pelig ... pölig]
pöm [English pump]
pön [English punish]
pöp [English people]
pösod [English person]
pöt [English opportune]
pötek [German Apothek]
pötet [English potato]
pötit [German Appetit]
pöträt [English portrait]
prafad [English paraphrase ... prafas ... prafad]
prägen [English impregnate]
präpod [German Präposition ... präpos .... präpod]
prästig [English prestige]
pred [English preach ... pres ... pred]
prem [Latin praemium]
prepar [English prepare]
presen [English present]
presid [English president]
pril [English April]
prim [Latin primus]
prinsip [German Prinzip]
prismat [English prism]
privat [English private]
privileg [German Privileg]
pro [Latin pro]
probod [Latin proboscis ... probos ... probod]
prod [English produce]
profäsor [English professor]
profet [English prophet]
profül [English profile]
proged [English progress ... proges ... proged]
program [English program]
proib [English prohibit]
prom [English promise]
pron [English pronounce]
propagid [English propaganda]
propor [English Proporz]
prosad [English prose]
prostat [English prostate]
protäst [English protest]
protok [English protocol]
provid [English provision ... provis ... provid]
provin [German Provinz]
proyeg [German Projekt ... proyek(t) ... proyeg]
prozed [German Prozess ... prozes ... prozed]
prüd [English prudent]
prün [French emprunt]
psam [English psalm]
psitak [Greek psittakos]
pub [English public]
pued [Latin pudor]
puf [French puce ... pus ... put ... puf]
pug [English butcher ... bus ... pud ... pug]
pulp [English pulp]
pul [Latin puer ... pur ... pul]
pun [Latin pugnus]
pup [German Puppe]
pur [German Pulver]
purid [Latin putridus]
purul [English purulent]
püber - adolescence, puberty
püd [English peace ... püs ... püd]
püf [Latin pulvis ... püv ... püf]
pük [English speak ... spik ... pik ... pük]
pün [English point]
püpil [Latin pupilla]
püpit [Latin pulpitus]
püt [English pit]

R

raagid [French arachide]
raänid [French araignée]
rab [German Rabe]
rabat [French rabais ... rabat]
rabiät [German rabiat]
rabit [Latin arbiter]
rabot [French rabot]
rad [Latin radere]
radion [German Radio]
raf [Latin raphanus]
rafin [French raffiné]
ragipelag [English archipelago]
ragiv [English archive]
ragud [French ragout]
raid [Latin radius ... rais ... raid]
raistokrat [French aristocrate]
rajan [English arrangement]
rak [English ark]
raket [English rocket]
ramar [Latin almarium]
ramen [French ramèner]
ranül [Latin rana]
raod [German rauh]
rap [Latin rapo]
rat [English rat]
ratär [English artery]
ratid [English artillery]
raud [Latin raucus ... rauk ... raud]
rav [Swedish rov]
räfor [French raifort]
räg [English rag]
räkät [English racket]
räp [English rasp]
rät [German Rätsel]
räy [English ray]
reaf [English reach ... reas ... reat ... reaf]
red [English red]
redak [English redaction]
ref [English reef]
refud [English refuse ... refus ... refud]
reg [Latin rex]
regat [English regatta]
registar [English register]
reid [English read]
reig [Latin regium]
rein [English rain]
reklam [German Reklam]
rekord [German Rekord]
rekosil [French reconcilier]
rekrut [German Rekrut]
rem [Latin emere ... (l)em ... rem]
ren [English rein]
renar [French rénard]
renäsan [French renaissance]
repüblik [French republique]
repüt [English repute]
resärf [German Reserv ... resärf]
resit [French réciter]
resod [French réseaux ... resos ... resod]
resor [French ressort]
ret [English rest]
reumat [English rheumatism]
revid [English revision ... revis ... revid]
rezäp [German Rezept]
rezidif [Latin recidivus]
rezip [German reziprok]
riad [English aria]
rib [English rib]
ribed [Latin ribes]
riet [English wrist]
rif [German Reifen]
rig [Latin origo]
rikül [French auricule]
rimod [French rhyme ... rimos ... rimod]
rinoserod [English rhinoceros ... rinoseros ... rinoserod]
riprod [English reproach ... ripros ... riprod]
risat [Italian riso]
risk [English risk]
ritmut [Latin rhythmus ... ritmus ... ritmut]
ritor [English retort]
riv [French arriver]
rob [German Robbe]
rod [English order]
rododen [English rhododendron]
rog [English arrogant]
roin [French rognon]
rojan [English orange]
rol [English roll]
rom [English rum]
rood [French ordre]
ror [English roar]
rorud [English arrowroot]
rosad [German Rose]
rosin [German Rosine]
rot [English routine]
roul [French rôle]
rov [French étroit ... tro ... rov]
röb [English rub]
rölet [English related]
ru [German Ur-]
rubrig [German Rubrik]
ruil [French rouille]
ruläd [French roulade]
rulät [French roulette]
run [English run]
rup [Latin ruptus]
rur [German Ruhr]
rus [French russe]
rutid [Latin urtica ... rutik ... rutid]
rüd [German Rohr ... rüs ... rüd]
rüt [English rut]

S

sa [Russian so]
sab [French sable]
sabot [French sabot]
sad [German Seide]
saf [French sabot ... sav ... saf]
sag [German sagen]
sagat [Latin sagax]
sagit [Latin sagitta]
sagud [English sago ... sagus ... sagud]
said [French assez ... sais ... said]
saikul [English cycle]
sail [English sail]
sait [English cite]
sak [English sack]
sal [Latin sal]
salad [English salad]
salb [Latin salvia]
salif [Latin saliva ... saliv ... salif]
salm [English salmon]
salmun [English salamander]
salud [Latin sanctus ... salus ... salud]
sam [English example ... xam ... sam]
san [Latin sanus]
saov [English saw ... sao ... saov]
sap [Latin sapere]
sarden [English sardine]
sark [German Sarg]
sarkad [English sarcasm ... sarkas ... sarkad]
sasen [English assassionation]
sat [Latin satis]
satir [English satire]
saun [Latin sanus]
sav [English save]
saxofon [English saxophone]
säed [English saddle]
säg [French sec]
sägul [French seigle]
säk [English ask]
sälärid [French céleri ... säläris ... sälärid]
sälun [French salon]
säned [Latin cena]
sänsur [French censure]
särjan [French sergeant]
särvät [French serviette]
särvig [Latin cervix]
säsun [French saison]
säy [French zézayer]
se [Latin se-]
sead [English seat]
sean [French océen]
seat [from sead]
seb [French saper]
sed [English send]
sef [English safe]
seg [English sect]
seif [German seufzen]
seil [English silent]
seim [English some]
seit [German setzen]
sek [Latin sequi]
sekret [English secret]
sekun [English second]
sel [English sell]
seled [German selten]
selib [English celibate]
sem [English some]
sen [English sense]
sep [Latin sepul-]
set (1) [English sentence]
set (2) [English September]
sev [French savoir]
sevär [English severe]
sfin [Latin sphinx]
si (1) [Italian si]
sib [German Sieb]
sien [French sens]
sif [Latin civis ... siv ... sif]
sijid [English sizzle ... sijis ... sijid]
sikloped [French encyclopédie]
sil [French ciel]
silhuät [French silhouette]
sim [English seam]
simul [French simulacre]
sin [English sin]
sinud [Latin sinus ... sinud]
sinif [French signifier]
siol [French isoler]
siör [English sir]
sip [English emancipate]
sirk [French circle]
sirup [English syrup]
sis [English since]
sit [Italian sistema ... sist ... sit]
siül [German Zelle]
siv [French recevoir]
skaf [English scaffold]
skalp [English scalp]
skan [German Skandal]
skap [French escarpé]
skar [English scar]
skarabed [Latin scarabaeus ... skarabes ... skarabed]
skaraf [Italian scarafaggio]
skät [English sketch ... skäs ... skät]
skeap [English escape]
sket [English skate]
skil [English skill]
skin [English skin]
skip [English skipper]
skomb [Greek skombros]
skiy [German Ski]
skolim [English scholasticism]
skorbut [German Skorbut]
sköm [German Schaum]
sköt [Swedish sköld]
skräd [Swedish skräddare]
skret [English secrete]
skrin [English screen]
skrot [Latin scrotum]
skrub [German Schraube]
skultur [English sculpture]
skut [Swedish skjuta]
slaf [English slave ... slav ... slaf]
släm [German Schlamm]
slän [English slander]
sleif [German schleifen]
slen [English slender]
slet [English slate]
slif [English slip ... sliv ... slif]
slim [English slime]
slip [English sleep]
slit [English slit]
sliv [English sleeve]
slok [German schluchzen]
slud [German Beschluss ... slus ... slud]
slug [German Schluck]
smal [English small]
smarag [German Schmaragd]
smeit [English smelt ... smeit]
smek [German schmecken]
smel [English smell]
smet [German schmelzen and English melt]
smil [English smile]
smit [German Schmied]
smiv [English smear ... smir ... smiv]
smok [English smoke]
smuf [English smooth ... smus ... smut ... smuf]
smug [English smuggle]
snal [German Schnalle]
snap [English snap]
snek [English snake]
snel [English snail]
snid [English sneeze ... snis ... snid]
snok [German schnarchen ... snark ... snak ... snok]
snöf [German Schnupfen]
snöt [English snot]
snüf [English sniff/snuff]
snud [English snout]
so [English so]
soaf [French soif]
soar [French soir]
sob [English soap ... sop ... sob]
socen [English obscene]
sod [English sauce ... sos ... sod]
soel [English sole]
sof [English soft]
sog [Latin socius]
sol [Latin sol]
sold [English solder and French souder ... sold]
soldat [German Soldat]
som [English some]
son [English son]
sorb [Latin sorbus]
sosit [English sausage]
sot [English sort]
soül [Latin soluere]
sov [English sow ... so ... sov]
sovad [French sauvage ... sovas ... sovad]
söf [English sofa]
söl [French sieur ... sör ... söl]
sölit [English sole]
sömäl [English sole ... söläl ... sömäl]
sömit [English summit]
sör [French soeur]
spad [English space ... spas ... spad]
spag [English spark ... spak ... spag]
spal [German sparen ... spar ... spal]
sparag [German Spargel]
spat [German spazieren ... spas ... spat]
späk [German Spuk]
spär [German Sperling]
spear [English spread ... speard ... spear]
sped [German Spiess ... spes ... sped]
spel [Latin sperare ... sper ... spel]
spet [English expect]
spid [English speed]
spig [English spike]
spil [English spill]
spin [Latin spina]
spinad [English spinach ... spinas ... spinad]
spion [German Spion]
spir [Latin spiritus]
spit [German Spirit]
splod [English explode]
spod [English correspond]
spot [English sport]
spran [German sprengen]
sprot [English sprout]
spuk [German spucken]
spul [German spulen]
spun [English spoon]
stad [English state]
stadion [German Stadion]
staf [English staff]
stajon [English station]
stal [German Stahl]
stam [German Stamm]
stamen [Latin stamen]
stan (1) [English stand]
stan (2) [Latin stannum]
star [German Star]
statit [English statistics ... statis ... statit]
staud [English restauration ... stau(ra)s ... staud]
stäat [English ecstasy ... xtäas ... stäas ... stäat]
stään [English extend ... xtään ... stään]
städ [English stage ... stäs ... städ]
stäf [English staff]
stäg [English stag]
stän [English standard]
stäp [English stamp]
steb [English stay ... ste(b)]
steig [English stick]
steil [English distill]
stel [Latin stella]
stem [English steam]
sten [English stain]
stenogaf [English stenography]
step [English step]
stiam [German Amnestie]
stib [German (Blei)stift]
stif [English stiff]
stig [English sting]
stigäd [English instigate]
stil [English still]
stim [English esteem]
stip [English stipulate]
stir [English steer]
stof [German Stoff]
stog [English stocking]
stol [German Stroh ... stro ... sto(l)]
stom [English storm]
stomäg [English stomach]
ston [English stone]
stop [English stop]
stord [Italian stordire]
stork [English stork]
stöb [French obstruer ... böst ... stöb]
stöf [English stuff]
stör [English sir]
stöt [English stutter]
straik [English strike]
stral [German Strahl]
strolog [German Astrologie]
stud [English study]
stuk [English construct]
stul [German Stuhl]
stum [Italian strumento]
stun [English stun]
stup [English stupid]
stur [German stürzen]
sturnod [Latin sturnus ... sturnos ... sturnod]
stut [German stützen]
stül [German Styl]
stür [German streuen]
su [French sur]
suäm [English sum]
sud [French sourde]
suet [English sweat]
suf [English suffer]
sug [Latin sugere]
suid [German Schwindel]
suim [French suivre]
suk [German suchen]
sul [Spanish sur ... sul]
sum [Latin sumere]
sun [English soon]
sup [English soup]
sur [English insure]
surad [Latin sura]
sus [French sur ... sus]
suv [French souvant]
süad [English persuade]
süd [German Sitte]
süg [English suck]
süm (1) [Latin similis]
sümptom [German Symptom]
süp [French surprise]
süper [Latin superbus]
süren [Latin syringa]
sürfat [French surface ... sürfas ... sürfat]
süt [English street]
sval [German Schwalbe]
svan [German Schwan]
svel [German schwellen]
sven [Italian svenire]
svid [German süss ... süd ... English sweet ... svid]
sviet [Russian sviet]
svim [German schwimmen]
svin [German Schwein]
svip [English sweep]

T

ta [Latin contra ... tra ... ta]
tab [English table]
tabak [German Tabak]
taid [English tide]
tail [Latin tellus]
taim [German Ton / Lehm]
tak [Latin tacere]
tal [Latin terra ... ter ... tel ... tal]
talap [Latin talpa]
tamburen [French tambour]
tangänt [German Tangent]
tap [French tapis]
tar [English tar]
tarif [French tarif]
tarm [Latin tarmes]
tat [German Staat]
tatak [English attack]
taul [English towel]
taum [English atom]
taxud [Latin taxus ... taxud]
täd [English threat]
täin [French teint]
täk [English tick]
täl [German Italien]
täläkt [English intellect]
tälen [English talent]
täm [English temper]
tämep [English temple]
tän [English then]
tänad [English tent]
tänit [English tennis ... tänis ... tänit]
tärat [English terrace ... täras ... tärat]
tärmit [English termite]
tärmomet [French thermomètre]
tästig [English testicle]
tästum [Latin testamentum]
tätuv [English tattoo]
täv [English travel]
täxet [French taxer]
te [Italian solamente ... mente ... te]
tead [French étage ... teas ... tead]
teaf [English stifle]
team [English tame]
tean [English toe]
teat [English theater]
ted [English trade]
tedril [English tendril]
tef [English relative ... tiv ... tev ... tef]
teg [Latin tegere]
teil [German teilen]
tein [English tile ... teil ... tein]
tel [English two ... tu(l) ... tel]
telefon [English telephone]
telegaf [English telegraph]
televid [English television]
tem [English temple]
temun [French témoin]
ten [Latin tendere]
tenor [English tenor]
teor [English theory]
tep [French tempête]
tereben [Latin terebinthus]
tet [French téton]
teup [Latin stuppa]
tiäd [English title]
tid [English teach ... tis ... tid]
tied [English tea]
tif [English thief]
tigrid [Latin tigris ... tigrid]
tijod [French artichaut ... (ar)tisho ... tijod]
tik [English think]
tikit [English tick]
til [German Distel ... dil ... til]
tiliad [Latin tilia]
tim [English time]
timpun [French tympan]
tip [English tip]
tir [French tir]
tiren [English tyrant]
to [English though]
tob [English October ... oktob ... tob]
tod [German Trotz ... tos ... tod]
toed [German Torte]
tof [German Tropfen]
toläd [Latin telonium ... Swedish toll]
tomat [German Tomate]
ton [Latin tonus]
tood [English auto]
top [Greek topos]
tor [Spanish toro]
tortug [Spanish tortuga]
toum [French tome]
toün [English tuna]
tov [Latin tollere ... to(l) ... tov]
tö [English at]
töb [English trouble]
töd [English tact ... tös ... töd]
tök [French troc]
tön [Latin tenax]
tönul [English tunnel]
tör [English tour]
tadut [French traduction]
trak [French contracter]
töt [English thunder]
traktor [German Traktor]
trat [Latin tractare]
travär [French travers]
träf [French trèfle]
träit [English treat]
träm [English tram]
trän [French traîner]
träp [English trap]
trät [French traître]
treil [French treillis]
tren [English train]
tret [French traite]
tribüt [French tribu]
trid [German Tritt]
triful [French trèfle]
trig [English intrigue]
trigonomet [English trigonometry]
trik [French tricoter ... trik]
trip [English tribute]
trod [German Trost ... tros ... trod]
trompet [German Trompete]
tron [German Thron]
trop [German Trope]
trot [English trot]
trög [German träge]
trök [English trunk]
trub [German trübe]
trubadur [French troubadour]
truf [German Trumpf]
trum [German Trommel]
trup [French troupe]
trüf [German Trüffel]
trüit [French truite]
tu [English too]
tub [English tub]
tubat [English tuba]
tug [German Tugend]
tuig [English twig]
tuin [French tuyau]
tul [English turn ... tur ... tul]
tulip [English tulip]
tum [Latin centum]
tup [Latin turbare]
tupit [English top]
tur [German turnen]
turb [English turf]
turd [Latin turdus]
turn [English turn]
tut [English tooth]
tuv [French trouver]
tüim [German Thymus]
tüm [German Turm]
tümolog [German Etymologie]
tün [English tin]
türeoid [German Thyroid]
türkot [German Türkise ... türkos ... türkot]
tüp [Latin tempus]
türk [German Türk]
türkig [English turkey]
tvalet [French toilette]
tvil [French tuile]
tyilp [English chirp]

V

va [English whether]
vaäl [Spanish avellana]
vab [English wagon ... vag ... vab]
vaen [Latin avena]
vaf [German Waffe]
vag [Latin vacuus]
vaken [French vacances]
val [German alle ... al ... val]
valrod [English walrus ... valros ... valrod]
valt [French valse ... vals ... valt]
valut [German Valute]
valüt [French Walfisch ... valüs ... valüt]
vam [English warm]
van [Latin vanus]
vanel [German Vanille]
vap [Latin vapor]
varäk [French varech]
vart [German Warze ... vars ... vart]
vasod [German Vase]
vat [English water and Swedish vatten]
vaul [onomatopoeic]
vaxen [Latin vaccinium]
väk [English wax]
väl [German wahlen]
väntar [German Inventar]
väntil [German Ventil]
väntrilok [English ventriloquy]
vär [French verre]
värb [Latin verbum]
värul [French verrou ... väru(l)]
vead [Latin vas ... veas ... vead]
veal [English veil]
veb [German schweben]
ved [German werden]
vef [English wave ... vev ... vef]
veg [German Weg]
veig [German bewegen]
vein [English vein]
veit [German weit]
vel [English seven ... ven ... vel]
vels [English Wales]
veluv [English velvet]
ven [English when]
venen [Latin venenum]
ventür [French aventure]
venud [Latin Venus ... venud]
verat [Latin verus ... veras ... verat]
ves [English west]
vesep [Latin vespa]
vesid [Latin vesica ... vesik ... vesid]
vestib [French vestibule]
vestig [English investigate]
vet [English weight]
veter [Latin veterinae]
veüt [German wichtig ... vikt ... veüt]
vi (1) [German wie]
vi (2) [Latin vae]
vi (3) [German Vize-]
viaduk [German Viadukt]
viäl [English violin]
vid [English wide]
vien [English wind]
viel [English variegated ... French varié ... vier ... viel]
viet [English white ... veit ... viet]
vif [French vite ... vit ... vif]
vig [English week]
vikod [Latin victor]
vil [English will]
vilad [English villa]
vilag [English village]
vilup [English envelop/develop]
vim [English whim]
vin [Latin vinum]
vindit [Italian vendetta]
vineg [German winken]
vinig [English vinegar]
viol [English violet]
vior [French ivoire]
vip [English wish ... vip]
vipär [French vipère]
virg [English virgin]
vir [French virer]
vis [French visage]
vised [German wisdom]
visip [German wispern]
visit [English visit]
viskid [English whisky]
visul [German Wiesel]
vit [French éviter]
vitid [Latin vitis ... vitid]
vitür [French vitre]
viud [Spanish viuda]
viv [English weave]
vo [German wahr]
voad [French voie d’eau]
voal [French voile]
vob [English work ... vok ... vob]
vod [English wad]
vog [French vogue]
vok [Latin vox]
vol [German Welt ... vel ... vol]
volf [English evolve]
volkan [English volcano]
volut [English revolution]
vom [English woman]
vomit [English vomit]
vor [English worn]
vot [French autre]
vöd [English word]
vög [Latin vox]
völ [English wall]
völad [English value]
vön [French vieux]
vuit [German Weizen ... veis ... vuis ... vuit]
vuk [German Wucher]
vul [German Wurzel ... vul]
vultur [English vulture]
vum [German Wurm]
vun [German Wunde]
vut [German Wut]
vüd [English invite]
vüm [English womb]

X

xab [Latin axis ... ax ... xa(b)]
xam [English exam]
xäan [English eczema ... xäm ... xäan]
xän [English ascend ... xen ... xän]
xifiad [Latin xyphias ... xifias ... xifiad]
xil [English exile]
xiom [English axiom]
xol [English ox ... xo(l)]
xüd [English oxide]

Y

ya [Spanish ya]
yad [English yard]
yag [German jagen]
yakt [German Jacht ... yakt]
yam [German Jammer]
yan [Latin ianus]
yat [Italian scoiattolo ... skoyat ... yat]
yäk [German Jacke]
yän [English yarn]
ye [English yet]
yeb [Spanish yerba]
yeg [Latin obiectum ... yek ... yeg]
yel [German Jahr ... yar ... yel]
yelov [English yellow ... yelo ... yelov]
yil [English yield]
yion [German Ion]
yisrael [Hebrew]
yof [French jouir ... jor ... yor ... yof]
yogurt [English yoghurt]
yok [English yoke]
yoyod [English yo-yo]
yög [English juggle ... jög ... yög]
yub [Latin iubilare]
yuf [Latin iuvare ... yuv ... yuf]
yug [Latin iugum]
yuglan [Latin iuglans]
yul (1) [English oath ... o(l) ... yul]
yul (2) [Latin Iulius]
yul (3) [Latin Europa]
yum [Latin iungere ... yun ... yum]
yun [German jung]
yunip [Latin iuniperus]
yupitär [Latin Iuppiter]
yurin [English urine]
yutop [English utopia]

Z

zaär [Latin acer]
zad [German zart]
zan [German Zank]
zäl [Latin celebratio]
zäm [German Zement]
zän [German Zentrum]
zead [French cèdre]
zed [Latin cedere]
zeil [German Ziel ... zeil]
zen [Latin cinis]
zep [German Akzept]
zerat [Latin ceratium]
zes [English necessary]
zian [Italian zia & German Tante]
zib [Latin cibum]
zigan [German Zigeuner]
zigar [German Zigarre]
zigzag [English zigzag]
zil [English zeal]
zilid [German Zylinder]
ziom [Italian zio & German Ohm]
ziter [English zither]
zon [English zone]
zög [German zögern]
zöt [German Zertifikat]
zu [German zu]
zun [German Zorn]
züd [English acid]
zül [English nine ... nün ... zün ... zül]
züp [English disciple ... cip ... züp]

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Pub: 18 Nov 2021 10:04 UTC
Edit: 18 Nov 2021 10:20 UTC
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