1. I: mi
  2. you (singular): yu
  3. he: (man)te
  4. we: imi
  5. you (plural): uyu
  6. they: ete (animate), oto (inanimate)
  7. this: hin
  8. that: den
  9. here: hinloka
  10. there: denloka
  11. who: kete
  12. what: keto
  13. where: keloka
  14. when: kewatu
  15. how: kepul, kemaner (done in what way), kemo (to what degree)
  16. not: no
  17. all: total (entire, whole), moy (every, each)
  18. many: multi
  19. some: ban (certain), bankwanti (some quantity of), bannumer (a few, several)
  20. few: xosu (not many, not much)
  21. other: alo
  22. one: un
  23. two: dua
  24. three: tiga
  25. four: care
  26. five: lima
  27. big: dayo
  28. long: lungo
  29. wide: pahna
  30. thick: mote
  31. heavy: wajen
  32. small: lile
  33. short: cote
  34. narrow: sempay
  35. thin: dambo
  36. woman: femixu, femyen
  37. man (adult male): manixu, manyen
  38. man (human being): insan
  39. child: nini
  40. wife: femgami
  41. husband: mangami
  42. mother: matre
  43. father: patre
  44. animal: hewan
  45. fish: maci
  46. bird: piu
  47. dog: bwaw
  48. louse: xirani
  49. snake: sarpen
  50. worm: wermu
  51. tree: drevo
  52. forest: drevolar
  53. stick: gumbo
  54. fruit: fruta
  55. seed: bija
  56. leaf: dahun
  57. root: geno
  58. bark (of a tree): xupi
  59. flower: flura
  60. grass: gras
  61. rope: kordo
  62. skin: pifu
  63. meat: maso
  64. blood: damu
  65. bone: osto
  66. fat (noun): cibo
  67. egg: ovo
  68. horn: sungo
  69. tail: koda
  70. feather: yumaw
  71. hair: tofa
  72. head: kape
  73. ear: ore
  74. eye: oko
  75. nose: nasa
  76. mouth: munte
  77. tooth: denta
  78. tongue (organ): xeto
  79. fingernail: (xujili) nakun
  80. foot: peda
  81. leg: tui
  82. knee: janu
  83. hand: hanta
  84. wing: fleytul
  85. belly: fubu
  86. guts: antru (intestine, bowel)
  87. neck: gardan
  88. back: ruke
  89. breast: mamari
  90. heart: tum
  91. liver: ganzo
  92. to drink: na glu
  93. to eat: na yam
  94. to bite: na yao
  95. to suck: na susu
  96. to spit: na tuko
  97. to vomit: na kaku
  98. to blow: na exhawa
  99. to breathe: na nafas
  100. to laugh: na haha
  101. to see: na oko
  102. to hear: na ore
  103. to know: na jixi (have knowledge of), na kone (be familiar/acquainted with)
  104. to think: na fikir
  105. to smell: na nasa (sense the smell of), na nasacu (have a particular smell)
  106. to fear: na fobi
  107. to sleep: na somno
  108. to live: na jiwa (be alive), na ogar (reside, inhabit)
  109. to die: na morcu
  110. to kill: na morgi
  111. to fight: na jento
  112. to hunt: na xikar
  113. to hit: na darbe
  114. to cut: na kata
  115. to split: na vibaja (divide), na julagi (separate)
  116. to stab: na hanjer
  117. to scratch: na garu
  118. to dig: na goyu
  119. to swim: na suyon
  120. to fly: na fley
  121. to walk: na sampo
  122. to come: na ata
  123. to lie (as in a bed): na leta
  124. to sit: na side
  125. to stand: na estay
  126. to turn (intransitive): na rotacu, na jwancu
  127. to fall: na sokutu
  128. to give: na gibe
  129. to hold: na woju
  130. to squeeze: na nicode
  131. to run: na pawbu
  132. to wash: na woxa
  133. to wipe: na suhemotsa (dry), na safemotsa (clean)
  134. to pull: na pospel
  135. to push: na pel
  136. to throw: na jeti
  137. to tie: na binde
  138. to sew: na siu
  139. to count: na hesabu
  140. to say: na loga
  141. to sing: na lala
  142. to play: na yuxi
  143. to float: na flota
  144. to flow: na lyudo
  145. to freeze: na jamegi
  146. to swell: na warum
  147. sun: Sola
  148. moon: Luna (Earth's moon), candru
  149. star: estare
  150. water: sui
  151. rain: barix
  152. river: nahir
  153. lake: hosu
  154. sea: bahari
  155. salt: namake
  156. stone: petra
  157. sand: xatu
  158. dust: gubar
  159. earth: turan
  160. cloud: megu
  161. fog: ukungu
  162. sky: asman
  163. wind: vento
  164. snow: taluji
  165. ice: ayse
  166. smoke: dudan
  167. fire: atex
  168. ash: ramadu
  169. to burn: na yake, na atex (with fire)
  170. road: dolo
  171. mountain: jabal
  172. red: roso
  173. green: kijawi
  174. yellow: jalo
  175. white: sefide
  176. black: syahe
  177. night: noce
  178. day: dina (24 hours), nuru (opposite of night)
  179. year: nyan
  180. warm: termopul
  181. cold: bardipul
  182. full: pule
  183. new: newe
  184. old: lama (inanimate), lawo (animate), letel (from a long time ago)
  185. good: bono
  186. bad: buru
  187. rotten: fasidu
  188. dirty: kotor
  189. straight: jinji
  190. round: dayrapul
  191. sharp (as a knife): tejam
  192. dull (as a knife): kunde
  193. smooth: motsakal (frictionless)
  194. wet: gile
  195. dry: suhe
  196. correct: sahi
  197. near: nere
  198. far: teli
  199. right: kanan
  200. left: suo
  201. at: fe, in (in)
  202. in: in
  203. with: har (having, using), ton (together with)
  204. and: ji
  205. if: eger
  206. because: koski, fe kosa ki
  207. name: name
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.