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Juralic-Atlantean-English vocabulary, a - d

This list, with the three following ones from e to z, starts usually with the Juralic root form in the first column, then the descendant Atlantean word in the second column, and the English translation in the right-hand column. Sometimes the complete Juralic form is given (as for an adjective or verbal form derived from a noun root, for example), but usually the table simply shows the Juralic root form, with a dash "-" after it. It can then be seen how other parts of speech in Atlantean are derived from this basic form, as well as other related meanings of the initial noun or verb. for example, a:rg is the Juralic root for "to persecute", which is also arg in Atlantean. Arg- is then the basis of the derived noun form argeso (persecution) in Atlantean. The original noun form in Juralic for this was a:rgi:so:, but this is not given: rather, only  the basic root arg is shown, which enables you to see how each Juralic root can father a huge offspring of related words. 

JURALIC ATLANTEAN ENGLISH

(a)meb

meu

many (a large number of)

(a)meb-

missehe

more (a larger quantity of) a.(adv.)

(a)meb-

misse (or comp)

more (to a larger degree)(adj)

(a)meb-

milce(he)

most a.(adv.)

(anna-)

annien

clock

(conditional)

(conditional)

should, ought to

(genetive)

(genetive)/zuei

of

(itimo)

ittin

machine (device with moving parts)

(prektis-)

pueggis

army

[ nenk-ais AC]

nencais

belong to

[anna-]

annittin

clockwork

[gaithos (Num)]

gaithos

prince

[gaithos-]

gaithosie

princess

[saindateayayun]

sainatea

republic

[saindateayayun-]

saindateyul

republican (a.)

[saindateayayun-]

saindateyon

republican (n.)

a:in-

ainnix

extremes

a:in-

ainien

limit (v.)

a:in-

aine/ainnon

very

a:inku:

aincu

family

a:irg-

airg

torture (v.)

a:irg-

airgeso

torture, torment (n.)

a:itho:

aitho

gas

a:rg

arg

harrow, persecute

a:rg

arg

persecute, harrow

a:rg-

argeso

persecution

a:s

as

oh!

a:unat

aon

beside (prep.)

a:unat

aon

by (beside)

a:unat-

ycaon

beside (adv.)

a:usiph-

aosiphabbe

flock (of birds)

a:usipho

aosiph

bird

aggora (iron)

aggor

metal

ain-

aimeu

extremely

aindira:kh:oipto

aindiaitto

day before yesterday

ainna

ain

occasion

ainna-

ainnon

again, once more, re-

ainnarkakh:o:ipto:

ainnairaitto

day after tomorrow

ainraiph

ainraiph

conquer

ainraiph-

ainraiphiens

conqueror

ainspikt

ainspicc

look at

ainspiktono

ainspiccon

watchman

ainthu:le

ainthuye

gale

ainwulg-

ainnolgul

dazzling

airka

airc

over (ie with movement) (prep.)

airka kwapt

airhuatt

interrupt

airka kwapt-

airhuatso

interruption

akh:na:

ahna

fire

akh:na:-

aihnuas

burn (intr.v.)

akh:na:-

ahnel

fiery

akh:na:-

aihneth

inflame

akh:na:-

ahnughol

volcano

alan

aya

oh dear!

alanka: (+dat.)

ayanca (+d.)

woe to..

aldor

aldor

superior (family, political grouping)

ame:ba:

amba

quantity

ame:ba:-

amba

multitude

ame:ubu:

meuhe

much (a large quantity of) (adv.)

amebe:khilde:

meuhilde

million

amo:

aimo

circle

amo:-

aimo

orbit

amo:-

aimul/aimuyehe

round (a.) (adv.)

amo_

amo

ring, torus

ang-

anca

lake

ann(a)-

an(a)

inhabitant (suffix)

anna

ann

time

ano:ip

anaiph

change (v.)

ano:po

anouph

change (n.)

ano:po-

tontanouph

conversion (rel.)

ano:po-

anouphan

crisis (general)

ano:po-

anuphe

crisis (military)

ano:up

nouph

alter

anthu:le:

athuye

wind-god

anti:

ante

against

anti:-

antehe

however

anti:khenk

antecenc

rebel (v.)

anti:khenk

antecenc

revolt (v.)

anti:khenk-

antecencso

rebellion

anti:khenk-

antecencso

revolt (n.), rebellion

antion

anton

enemy

ar(ki)-

aruan

ascend

ar(ki)-urg

arcurg

arise (poet)

araraya

araya

height

araraya

arayix

hills (range)

ark-

arth

lift (v.)

arki

ar

up

arki-

arth

elevate

arki-

arien

raise

arki-

arth

raise high, lift up, elevate

arki-

arar

tall

arkiano:ip

arnaiph

encourage

arkiano:ip

arnaiph

improve

arkiano:up

arnouph

train (v.)

arkiano:up-

arnouphotte

training

arkilir

arlier

overflow

arkilir

arlier

surge

arkipli:dh

arplith

pray (communicate with god(s))

arkispikt

arspicc

look up

arkurg

arcurg

rise (poet., or of sun)

aulga

aolc

gold (the precious metal)

aulga-

aolgor (a(o)l(g)-)

golden

aulga-

alga

money

ba:int

baint

attack

ba:int-

baintiens

attacker

baln/balna:

baln/balna

walk (v.) (n.)

bant

bant

hit, strike

bant

bant

strike (v.)

be:ri

bei

by means of, via, per, with

beni:n

beinin

bless (wish good upon)

beni:n-

beininax

blessed

beni:n-

beininso

blessing

beni:n-

beininax

holy, blessed (of people)

beni:n-

beininaxon

saint

bhenna:po

be(nna)phu

daddy

bhenno:

benno

father

bho:rb

bour

big, large (of much size)

bho:rb

bourbeth

expand, grow

bho:rb

bour

great

bho:rb

bourbeth

grow

bho:rb-

bourbon

monster

bho:rb-

bourbur

tremendous

blo:b

blou

cleft

blo:ba:

bloua

valley

bo:una:-

bounul

merciful

bo:una:-

bouna

mercy

bo:una:-

bounuen (+gen.)

mercy on, have

bo:una:-

bounas (+gen.)

mercy of, at the

bomp

bomp

wonder at

bomp-

bompso

wonder (n.)

bomp-

bompson

wonderer

bra:t

buat

wide, broad

bra:t-

buataya

plain (n.)

brait

buait

vast

brait-

ybuaita

steppes

braitt-

ybuaitan

nomad

brank

branc

benevolent

brankora

brancour

benevolence

bro-

buenunaxai

husband and wife (pair)

bro:-

buosaisaxai

bride and groom

bro:bhenno:I

buobennai

parents

bro:im

buaim

pass (v.) (motion)

bro:im-

buaimax

past (a.)

bro:im-

buaimaxan

past (n)

bro:imo:-

buoimaxanas

ago

bro:mu:

buoumu

pass (geog.)

bro:u

buou

two

bro:u-

broul

alternative

bro:u-

buond

both

bro:u-

broul

different

bro:u-

buo-

double

bro:u-

buoul

half (1/2)

bro:u-

broul

other, different

bro:u-

buoul

second (a.)

bro:ui:k:ha

buohe

together

brogha:

buogga

through

bronourla:

buonoura

month

busk,busko:

busc/busco

kiss (v.) (n.)

busk/bwosk

buscim(n)

intimate, to be, with

bwosk

buosc

caress (v.)

da:inso:

dainso

gift

da:it

dai(t)

difficult, hard

da:it

dai(t)

hard, difficult

da:it

daittu

obstacle

da:it-

daitte

difficulty

da:m(m)-

damuan

go wrong

da:m(m)-

damien

wrong (s.o.)(v.)

da:m(m)-

damul

wrong, bad (adj.)

da:m(m)a

dam

wrong (n.) (ie bad)

da:mmima

dammin

trespass

da:mmima

dammin

wrong action

da:n

dan

give

da:rko:

darco

three

da:rko:-

darcul

third

da:uda-

dauon

godlike being

da:uda-

yeldao

old god (relig.)

da:udalono:po

dainouph

emotion

da:ude

dao

god, deity

da:ude-

daonatex

priest, clergyman

da:ude+kwapt

daonatta

religion

da:udille

daodie

goddess

da:udilpa:

dadilpa

new god (relig.)

da:udullot

daol

divine

da:unat

(y)daon

opposite (prep.) (adv.)

daim-

daimul

sinful

daim-

daimul

wicked

daim-

daimuyon

wicked person

daima

daim

sin

daima

daim(n)

wickedness

daima-

daimien

corrupt

daima-

daimette

corruption

daima-

daimaphul/daimaphon

naughty/naughty person

daima:-

daimien

pervert, corrupt

daimono

daimon

villain

dair-

daiton

travellor

dam(m)ig-

dammiyette

evil

damigilk(?)

dilc

worst

damigis(?)

diss

worse

dammig

dammic

bad

daudelotheukh:itto

daithehettu

church

de:rer

dear

although

dehyen

dehien

destroy

dehyen-

dehiettu

destruction

dekand

decant(d)

dark, dim (with little light present)

dekh-

dehles

never

dekh:

deh

no

dekh:-

dehinettu

Nihilism

dekh:-

dehimiens

Nihilist

dekh:-

de(h)-

non-

dekh:-

de(h)-/den(+ n.)

not (+verb)/no (+noun)

dekh:-

de(h)-

not (with verb)(prefix)

dekh: gykullot

denaicul

nowhere

dekh: ikh:e

dehe

in no way (nohow)

dekh:itto:

dehettu

nothing

dekh:ono

dehon

nobody

dept

dett

lose (cease having; contra-acquire)

deptepta

dette

defeat (n.)

deptepta

dette

loss/defeat

depteth

detteth

defeat (v.)

deuk

deu

for (in order to)

deuk kireso

deucies

in order to

dh:a:udullot

thaol

sacred (of objects)

dha:id

thaid

cause (v.)

dha:id

thaid

make, cause

dha:id-

thaidiens

maker

dha:in

than

allow

dha:isa

thaisa

power (ie political etc)

dha:isa-

thaison

lord/master/Squire

dha:isa-

thaison

master

dha:isa-

thaisul

powerful (ie political etc)

dha:isa-

thaison

Squire (as in 3rd Empire)

dha:ud-

thaotha

so (conj.)

dha:ud-

thaotha

therefore

dha:udhollot

thao(l)-

faith

dha:udiso:

thaodso

cause (n.)

dha:udiso:

thaolso

reason, explanation, cause

dha:udiso:-

thaot

because

dha:udiso:-

thaota

because of, due to

dhain

thanso

permit, allow, let

dhain-

thanso

pass (ie permission)

dhe:rin-

theindu

square

dhe:rino

thein

four

dho:r

thur

jerk (v.)

dho:unka:

tounna

marsh

dhu:lt

thult

forgive

dhu:ltso:

thultso

forgiveness

dhu:ltso:-

thultondur

forgiving

dhu:ltso:-

thultonduon

forgiving person

di(s)gykiyel

diciel

near (at / to a little distance)

di:no:im

dinaim

forget

di:ra

dia

before, prior to, earlier than (pr.)

di:ra:-

ditto

antecedent (n.)

di:ra:-

dittul (-uyehe)

previous(ly)

di:ra:-

dittul

prior, preceding, previous

di:ra: goi:nut

diayaincu

until

di:ra:pedh

diapeth

anticipate, look forward to

di:rekt

direcc

wrong (ie false)

di:rekwapt

diehuatt

wrong, be

diameb/phost

dimeu(he)

few, a, (adv.)

diamebanai

dimeanai

rarely

diamebanai

dimeanai

seldom, rarely

dibeni:n

dibeinin

curse, damn (wish evil upon) (v.)

dibeni:n-

dibeininso

curse (n.)

dibeni:n-

dibeininax

cursed

didha:n

dithan

forbid

didha:n

dithan

prohibit

didha:n-

dithanax

guard (frontier/building)

didha:n-

dicirdonex

guard (prison)

didha:n-

dithanso

prohibition

dikwapt

dihuatt

deny (say that X is not true)

dili:dh

dilith

imprison

dime:ul

dimel

without, with no ..., lacking

dimes

dimeis

ugly

dira ehe

diehe

before (adv.) (in time)

dira kireso

diacies

before (conj) (in time)

dira:kh:oipto:

diaitto

yesterday

dirasi

(y)dias

before, in front of (prep.) (adv.)

dirasi

dias

front, in of

direkt

direcc

false, untrue

distont

ditont

any (specifically + with compounds)

distont-

ditont (ciesan) ai

anyway

ditont-

ditontehe

almost, nearly

do:ilis

dailis

grieve

do:li:su

doulisu

grief

do:li:su-

dolisul

sad, melancholy

do:li:su:

doulisu

sorrow

do:m-

doumel

clever

do:m-

aindoumo

genius

do:m-

doumeyotte

intelligence

do:m-

doumel

intelligent

do:mo:

doumo

brain

do:mo:-

buodoumel

brainy (coll.)

do:r-

andouax

apart, separately

do:r-

andourso

Apartness (phil.)

do:r-

douto

motion

do:r-

dour

move (tr.v.)

do:r-

andour

move back

do:r-

andourso

removal

do:r-

andour

remove, move back

do:r-

andouax

separate

do:r-

daito

travel (n.)

do:rul

doul

ten

do:ryen

dorien

send, dispatch, transmit

do:ryen-

dorienaxon

diplomat

do:ryen-

dorienaxon

envoy

doir

dair

travel (v.)

dors

dours

such

dors-

dorse..cies..

so..that..

dors ikh:e

dorse

thus

dra:dhu

duathu

desert (n.)

dra:dhu-

duathul

deserted

dra:dhu:-

duathul

empty (poet.)

drik-

duiccien

crown (v.)

drik-

duiccon

king

drik-

duiccien

king, to make

drik-

duiccul

royal

driktilla

duiccie

queen

drikto:

duicco (archaic)

ruler

dril

duil (-y-)

rain (v.)

dril-

duilso

rain (n.)

dril-

duilsencu

shower (of rain)

droikh

duaic

shove

drokh

duoc

push

du:ltso:

dultso

pardon (n.)

du:n

dun

brown

du:na

duna

earth (ie soil)

du:na-

dunarurso

earthquake

dult

dult

pardon (v,)

dwondullot

duondul

gloomy

dwound

duond

die (poet.)

dwound

duond

fade


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