rhas
(nII) small
rhasa
(vi) to become small(er), to diminish
rhasen
(nII) a little, a bit
rhasla
(nI) sparrow
rheis
(nII) trust, confidence, personal esteem without distance
rhela
(vt) to carry
rhelyna
(vt) to lift, to pick up
rhesa
(vi/vt) (+ dat.) to have trust in someone; (+dat. +acc.) to entrust something to someone
rhesa, le
(vImp +dat.) to entrust oneself to someone, to confide in someone
rhesan
(nII) confidant, trusted person, intimate friend
rhesen
(nII) tangible proof of trust
rhesin 1
(nIIc) credentials
rhesin 2
(nIIc) someone's inner circle
rhesyn
(nII) act of trust, something that shows confidence
rhesyna
(vi) to do a rhesyn
rhin
(nII-III) boat, ship
rhina
(vi) to float; to sail
rhinan
(nII) sailor
rhini
(nII-IIIc) fleet
rhinla
(nI) web-footed bird, duck
rhinyas
(nII) harbour
rhis
(nIII) cold
rhisa
(vi) to cool down, to get cold
rhisyna
(vi/vt) to cool suddenly (e.g. eggs in cold water)
rhone
(nI) cousin (sharing at least one grandparent)
rhuda
(vt) to cut (in the surface of something), to incise, to slit
rhuden
(nII) cut, slit, groove, furrow
rhuy
(nIII) throat, neck
rhuye truda
(vt) to hang, to strangle
rhuysen
(nII) collar, halter; necklace
rhyza
(vi) to go by, to pass (of time)