Jumarkese/Jumarkese Dictionary

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WORDLIST - Nouns (WORTOLISTO -Sustantivos)[edit]

abacus - abako
alcohol - alkohol
amplifier - amplifilo (eo)
apple - pinggwo (cn)
ash - abú (au)
avocado - avocado
banana - banana
bazaar/market - bazaro/merkato
beer - biro
bomb - bombo
book - kitaba
bottle - botelo
bottle cap/crown - tansan (jp/au)
brain - cerbo
branch - branco (eo)
bread - pano
brother - brater
car - awto
computer - komputero
coffee - kafo
corn - maizo
country - strano (ru)
crane - krano (ge)
custard apple - atiso
cyclone - ciklono
dance - danco
dancer - danser
darling - habibi (ar)
daughter - filia (la)
day - día
desire/will - desair (en)
door - mun (cn/kr/jp/vn)
earth - erda (ge)
egg - ovo (la/eo)
eggplant - badinjan (in)
evening - vespero
face - muká (in/au)
father - pater
fire - fayro (eo)
forest/jungle - janggal (in)
grass - damó
grace - gracia
grape - putaw(cn)
gold - chīn (cn)
guitar - gitara
heart - shim (cn/kr/jp)
hotel - hotél
house - baláy
hurricane - hurican
improvement - kaizen (jp)
island - nusa (au)
karaoke - karaóke
ketchup - kechap
king - rege
kingdom - regno
Kung fu - kungfu
lake - lago (la/eo)
lamb - agno (la)
language - bāhsa
link - link
lip - labio
list - listo (eo/jp)
lord/master - tuan (au)
love - gugma (au)
lover - hinigugma (au)
luck - atirshdam (tm)
man - man (en)
mango -manggo (la/cn/en)
meat - yok (cn)
milk - lakto (eo)
month - mes (la)
moon - bulan (au)
morning - mateno
mother - mater
mountain - parvat (in)
mouth - boca (la)
nail (fastener) - paku (au)
nail (finger/toe) - kuko (au)
name - nome
night - nocte
no - no
oil - oley
OK - okey
open - kai
orderliness - seiton
papaya - papaya
pear - pera (la)
person - orang
pig - babi (au)
pineapple - ananas
plant - planta
potato - patata
prayer - oratio
prince - principe
princess - princesa
pyjamas - pijamas (in)
queen - regina
rat - rato
reservation - reserva
river - río
school - scola
sea - mare (la/sv)
seed - semeno (sv)
sex - sex
shampoo - shampu (in)
signal - signal (en)
sin - pecato (la)
singer - canter
speaker - parolanto (eo)
sister - sister
site - genba (jp)
slave - ulipon
snake/serpent - serpent
spaghetti - spageti
soap - sabún
son - filio (la)
song - canta
seiri - sorting / arrangement (jp)
star - tara (in)
stone - batu (au)
stove - kalán (au)
stress - stres (ge/la)
sugar - sucar
sugar-apple - atis (au)
sugarcane - sucarcana
summer - leto (sv) sun - adlaw (au)
sweet - suwit
sweetpotato - camote (es)
taxi - taxi
tea - cha
teacher - guru
typhoon - taifon
vase - bin (jp)
water - voda
watermelon - semangka (my)
wealth - chaifu (cn)
week - semana (la)
woman - fem (fr)
word - worto (ge)
world - dunya
year - ano
yesterday - kino (jp)
yes - ya
yo-yo - yoyo
yogurt - yahurto (eo)

Animals (Animales)[edit]

bird - birdo
cat - kato
chicken - manuk (au)
dog - anjing (au)
duck - gana (au)
kangaroo - kanggaru
kiwi - kiwi

For Biblical Names and Religious Terms (Por Biblica Nomes dan Religia Termos)[edit]

Abel - Havel
abortion - abortion
Abraham - Abraham
Adam - Adam
adoration - adoration
alleluia - aleluya
amen - amen
angel - malak (ar)
Bible - Biblía
Cain - Cayin
Christ - Cristos
Christmas - Cristmas
devil - iblis (ar)
Eucharist - Eucaristía
Eve - Hawa
God - Dío
ghost - obake (jp)
heaven - swarga (in)
host (the Victim/Consecrated Bread) - hostia
Isaac - Yishāc
Jacob - Yacob
Jesus - Yesu
John - Yohan
Joseph - Yosef
Judah - Yehuda
Lord - Tuhan (au)
Mary - Maryam
Mass - Misa
Moses - Moshe
Noah - Noah
Satan - Satan

Verbs (Verbos)[edit]

aboliti - abolition; to abolish (la)
admiri - to admire; admiration (la)
audi - to hear (la)
canti - to sing (la)
chuchi - to wash (au)
creati - to create (la)
dansi - to dance (la)
faciti - to do/make (la)
fini - to finish (la)
fobi - to fear (gr)
givi - to give (en)
havi - to have (la)
lerni - to learn (en)
leti - to let happen, to let be done (ge)
lovi - to love (en)
makan - to eat (au)
minum - to drink (au)
orati - to pray (la)
parlari - to speak/talk (la)
reservi - to reserve
seiri-surú - to organize/sort (jp)
seito-surú - to set in order (jp)
sidi - to sit (la)
vidi - to see (la)

Origin of words - Origine de wordes[edit]

Latin and other Romance languages (such Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, Romanian, etc.) - la
Spanish - es
Germanic (e.g English, German, Dutch, etc.) - ge
English - en
Esperanto - eo
Slavic (e.g. Polish, Russian, etc.) - sv
Greek - gr
Turkish - tr
Semetic (e.g. Arabic, Hebrew) - sm
Indo-Iranian (i.e. Hindi, Urdu, Sanskrit or Persian) - in
Tamil and other Dravidian languages - tm
Chinese - cn
Korean - kr
Japanese - jp
Thai - th
Vietnamese - vn
Austronesian (esp. Malay-Indonesian, Tagalog, Cebuano, Malagasy) - au
African (e.g. Berber, Swahili, Niger-Congo languages like Wolof, etc.) - af