gal
(nIII) sign, character, letter; in writing
gala
(vi/vt) to write, to put down in writing
galan
(nII) clerk
galenin ilain
language of the clerks, written language
gali
(nIIIc) script, writing system; handwriting, calligraphy; writing as a school subject
galie
in writing, on paper
galsen
(nII) page of writing, letter
galsin
(nIIc) book (object)
galyas
(nII) writing-room, office (vestyis galyas - embassy)
gam
(nIII) sound
gana
(vi/vt) to stick, to wedge (lea ganat - to get stuck)
gara
(vt) to buy
garin
(nII) seed
garina
(vi/vt) to sow; to ejaculate; (slang) to impregnate a woman
gaz
(nIII) anger; angry
gaza
(vi) to be angry
gen
(nII-III) fat, grease; ointment; greased, greasy
gena
(vt) to grease, to anoint
geren
(nII) door, gate
gol
(nIII) overwhelmed, conquered; conquest (something conquered); confused
gola
(vt) to take by force, to subdue, to conquer
golan
(nII) conqueror
golyn
(nII) conquest, coup
golyna
(vt) to overwhelm (lea golynat - to panic)
gona
(vt) to turn around, to flip (in the other direction)
gonyn
(nII) (walking) stick, crutch
gor
(nIII) stiff, sturdy, solid
gorsen
(nII) object to reinforce something, busk; bone
gorsin
(nIIc) bones, skeleton
gran
(nIII) sane, mentally sound
gray
(nIII) knowledge; knowing, in the know
graya
(vt) to know
grayin
(nIIc) trivia, snippets of knowledge; news, information
graz
(nIII) roast, grilled
graza
(vt) to roast, to grill
grazen
(nII) grill, roasting-jack, spit
grel
(nIII) clean-shaven
grela
(vt) to shave
grela, le -
(vr) to shave (oneself)
grelan
(nII) barber
grelsen
(nII) razor
grelsin
(nIIc) shaving kit
grin
(nII-III) blood
grina
(vi) to bleed
grinyn
(nII) drop of blood; ruby
gron
(nIII) order, charge
grona
(vt) to order, to charge (+ dat. + acc.: someone with something)
grun
(nIII) worry; worried
gruna
(vt) to worry (someone)
gruna, le -
(nIII) to worry (about something), to be worried
gul
(nIII) bottom (of a hole, bucket, etc.); lowest
gula
(vi) to descend; to alight
gule
down, downwards
gulie
below, at the bottom
gulsen
(nII) bottom (of a hole or object)
gulyas
(nII) valley, lowland; foot of a mountain
gulyn
fall
gulyna
(vi/vt) to fall, to come down; to drop, to let fall
gurnen
(nII) bush
gust
(nIII) spark, glowing coal
gusti
(nIIc) embers
guz
(nIII) oil
gyl
(nIII) writing, literature
gyla
(vi/vt) to write (+ acc: about), to compose text
gylan
(nII) writer, author, poet
gyli
(nIIIc) literature
gylsen
(nII) text, a writing
gylsin
(nIIc) (text of a) book
gyn
(nIII) extended, spread out
gyr
(nIII) tail
gyrn
(nIII) sun
gyst
(nIII) head