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Vaursetanik zekaisivar

the dictionary of Zekaisivarsi

Common particles and affixes

  • ei-: inalienable, natural, or holding possession
  • ya-:
  • na
  • ji-
  • zi-
  • Roots

  • av
  • Pronouns

    These are words that refer to substantives already mentioned or implied.

    Personal pronouns

  • ye
  • yeye
  • iye
  • zu
  • zwi
  • zuye
  • ui
  • ey
  • eya
  • eyn
  • …and many more
  • Interrogatives

  • ma: what, how, (general interrogative)
  • viau: who, which person; who, identity; who, occupation
  • iha: which (of a set of things, of options)
  • ajara ma: where, what place
  • wima: when, what time/date
  • ata ma: why, because of what, what caused...
  • haz ma: for what purpose, so that what, so as to bring about what
  • Life

    This includes words pertaining to living beings, including organisms,familial relations, means of survival, body parts and their functions, bodily processes, and biological events.


  • binyah: blood-mother
  • yar: mother
  • jrahac: (blood-)father
  • yau: father
  • bin: son, daughter, child
  • Necessities

  • uaiaki
  • vuih
  • Body and its functions

  • miens
  • isva
  • ospia
  • vaq
  • irara
  • Love and liking

  • amih/ameih: to love as a friend, to like
  • ayih: to befriend
  • ayrih: to know deeply a person
  • espaza: romance
  • galmoupeii: concern for another's well-being, compassion, love, familial affinity
  • imqaih: to love romantically
  • iushapagwai: an intimate relationship between two persons in which each person is deeply concerned for the other
  • javaih: to like, enjoy (things, persons)


  • uwa
  • um