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  Na'vi English
talis/5c2a3de5-5474-4911-839b-e040fa0d594c.mp3 'ango[ˈʔa.ŋo]adj.mus
soft (of a sound)
  'ekong[ˈʔɛ.koŋ]n.mus
beat (rhythmic)
  'otxang[ʔo.ˈtʼaŋ]n.mus
musical instrument (generic term)
  au[ˈa.u]n.mus
drum (made of skin)
  i'en[ˈi.ʔɛn]n.mus
Pandoran stringed instrument
  kato[ˈka.to]n.mus
rhythm
  lawr[lawɾ]n.mus
melody
plumps/1a4cf5e6-ac96-4a23-8727-967a46a92acf.mp3 nìwok[nɪ.ˈwok]adv.mus
loudly
plumps/6071cee3-a17f-4e1f-b95e-a8fc235cbe81.mp3 pamtseo[ˈpam.͡tsɛ.o]n.mus
music
plumps/8b610ce0-411c-47ef-8514-8dadba905691.mp3 pamtseo si[ˈpam.͡tsɛ.o si]vin.mus
play music
play an instrument (with fa for instrument played)
  pamtseongopyu[pam.͡tsɛ.o.ˈŋop.ju]n.mus
music creator
composer
plumps/0a8bf7b7-7a5a-4805-a80b-fcc34f00c645.mp3 pamtseotu[ˈpam.͡tsɛ.o.tu]n.mus
musician
plumps/b549d60e-4fb2-44ad-b66f-6168039d57a6.mp3 reykol[ɾɛj.ˈkol]vtr.(2,2)mus
play music (poetic)
play an instrument (poetic)
plumps/6e2305c3-139c-4129-9ff3-3a7a3f3b9872.mp3 rol[ɾol]v.mus
sing
plumps/f047d7b1-6f44-4eee-a094-6f2638d80b57.mp3 srew[sɾɛw]vin.mus
dance
plumps/47d84a40-8035-436d-8782-ec4438565b06.mp3 tìrol[tɪ.ˈɾol]n.mus
song (vocal)
  tsamkuk[͡tsam.kuk]n.milmus
war drum
plumps/1141324b-fee6-460b-aeb3-62dc2e4a8ec9.mp3 way[waj]n.musart
(ancient, ceremonial) song
plumps/32a6b80e-50b2-4eb4-aa6d-6f20cb1186a2.mp3 way a plltxe[waj a plˌ.ˈtʼɛ]ph.musart
spoken poem
melodic recital
plumps/0eaa4ba9-b491-48e2-971a-f68067607ee7.mp3 way a rol[waj a ɾol]ph.musart
sung poem
as a melodic recital
plumps/f1b5fdfa-971c-4522-8db2-f5af1f149d60.mp3 way si[waj si]vin.mus
sing (of ancient, ceremonial song)
plumps/89c7353f-30ee-48b2-9469-c62cf5b5ea2a.mp3 wayä aylì'u[ˈwa.jæ aj.ˈlɪ.ʔu]ph.artmus
words of a poem
lyrics of a song
plumps/7521d5bb-6771-46c6-b29a-19e3f5505118.mp3 waytelem[ˈwaj.tɛ.lɛm]n.mus
song cord
(mnemonic storytelling aids, strings of colored beads and bits of stone, bone and plant pieces)
plumps/6f230a9d-802b-4517-9b9c-1ab3c22cd54e.mp3 wokau[wok.ˈa.u]n.mus
pendulum drum
(lit.: loud drum)