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wordlist "adjective"

  Na'vi English
'a'aw[ˈʔa.ʔaw]adj.
several
a few
'ango[ˈʔa.ŋo]adj.mus
soft (of a sound)
'änsyem[ʔæn.ˈsjɛm]adj.
complete
'e'al[ˈʔɛ.ʔal]adj.
worst
'ekxin[ʔɛ.ˈkʼin]adj.
tight
'engeng[ˈʔɛŋ.ɛŋ]adj.
level
'eoio[ˈʔɛ.o.i.o]adj.
ceremonious
'ewan[ˈʔɛ.wan]adj.sociolnfo
young
'ipu[ˈʔi.pu]adj.emot
humorous
funny
amusing
'o'[ˈʔoʔ]adj.emot
bringing fun
exciting
'om[ʔom]adj.col
violet
purple
magenta
alaksi[a.ˈlak.si]adj.
ready
am'ake[am.ˈʔa.kɛ]adj.
sure
confident
(used with: 'efu)
apxa[a.ˈpʼa]adj.
large
atxar[a.ˈtʼaɾ]adj.
(smell of living animals, as found around a watering hole or animal nest)
ean[ˈɛ.an]adj.col
blue
green
ekxtxu[ɛkʼ.ˈtʼu]adj.
rough
ep'ang[ɛp.ˈʔaŋ]adj.
complex
etrìp[ˈɛt.ɾɪp]adj.
favourable
favorable
auspicious
eyawr[ɛ.ˈjawɾ]adj.
correct
right
faoi[ˈfa.o.i]adj.
smooth
fe'[fɛʔ]adj.
bad
not good
fe'lup[ˈfɛʔ.lup]adj.
tacky
in poor taste
fekumnga'[ˈfɛ.kum.ŋaʔ]adj.
disadvantageous
fewtusok[ˈfɛw.tu.sok]adj.loc
opposite
on the opposite side
fkay[fkaj]adj.
hateful
fkew[fkɛw]adj.
mighty
fkxaranga'[ˈfkʼa.ɾa.ŋaʔ]adj.emot
stressful
flì[flɪ]adj.objnfp
thin
flrr[flrˌ]adj.
gentle
mild
tender
fnawe'[fna.ˈwɛʔ]adj.emot
cowardly
fpomronga'[fpom.ˈɾo.ŋaʔ]adj.nfp
(mentally) healthful
fpomtokxnga'[fpom.ˈtokʼ.ŋaʔ]adj.nfp
(physically) healthful
fpxamo[ˈfpʼa.mo]adj.emot
terrible
horrible
awful
ftär[ftæɾ]adj.
left (not right) (direction)
ftue[ˈftu.ɛ]adj.
easy
simple
ftxavang[ˈftʼa.vaŋ]adj.emot
passionate
ftxìlor[ftʼɪ.ˈloɾ]adj.gastr
delicious
good tasting
ftxìvä'[ftʼɪ.ˈvæʔ]adj.gastr
bad tasting
disgusting
fwang[fwaŋ]adj.gastr
savory
umami
rich
(of taste and smell)
fwel[fwɛl]adj.
broken
fwem[fwɛm]adj.
(point) dull
(point) blunt
fyeng[fjɛŋ]adj.
steep
fyeyn[fjɛjn]adj.sociol
ripe
mature
adult
fyin[fjin]adj.
simple
fyole[ˈfjo.lɛ]adj.
sublime
beyond perfection
fyolup[ˈfjo.lup]adj.
exquisite
sublime in style
hafyonga'[ha.ˈfjo.ŋaʔ]adj.objnfp
wise
ham[ham]adj.
previous
hasey[ha.ˈsɛj]adj.
done
finished
hay[haj]adj.
next
following
subsequent
ensuing
hewne[ˈhɛw.nɛ]adj.objnfp
soft (of an object)
hiyìk[ˈhi.jɪk]adj.emot
funny
strange
hì'i[ˈhɪʔ.i]adj.
small
little (size)
hìm[hɪm]adj.
small (quantity)
hìno[hɪ.ˈno]adj.objnfp
fine
detailed
precise
intricate (of things)
hoet[ˈho.ɛt]adj.
vast
broad
expansive
hol[hol]adj.
(only a) few
not many
hona[ˈho.na]adj.emot
endearing
adorable
cute
ingyenga'[ˈiŋ.jɛ.ŋaʔ]adj.
mysterious
puzzling
enigmatic
kakpam[kak.ˈpam]adj.
deaf
kakrel[kak.ˈɾɛl]adj.
blind
kalin[ka.ˈlin]adj.gastr
sweet (of taste and smell)
kanu[ˈka.nu]adj.persnfo
smart
intelligent
kangay[ka.ˈŋaj]adj.
valid
kawkxan[kaw.ˈkʼan]adj.
free
unblocked
unobstructed
clear
kawnomum[kaw.ˈno.mum]adj.
unknown
kawng[kawŋ]adj.
bad
evil
kawnglan[ˈkawŋ.lan]adj.
malicious
bad hearted
ke'aw[kɛ.ˈʔaw]adj.
divided
torn apart
striferidden
kea[ˈkɛ.a]adj.
no (before a noun)
kefpomronga'[kɛ.fpom.ˈɾo.ŋaʔ]adj.nfp
(mentally) unhealthful
kefpomtokxnga'[kɛ.fpom.ˈtokʼ.ŋaʔ]adj.nfp
(physically) unhealthful
keftxo[kɛ.ˈftʼo]adj.emot
unhappy
upset
'How sad!'
kelemweypey[kɛ.lɛm.ˈwɛj.pɛj]adj.
impatient
kelfpomron[kɛl.fpom.ˈɾon]adj.nfo
(mentally) unhealthy
kelfpomtokx[kɛl.fpom.ˈtokʼ]adj.
(physically) unhealthy
kelhoan[kɛl.ˈho.an]adj.
uncomfortable
kelkin[kɛl.ˈkin]adj.
unnecessary
kelpxìmrun[kɛl.ˈpʼɪm.ɾun]adj.
rare
kelsar[kɛl.ˈsaɾ]adj.
useless
in vain
keltrrtrr[kɛl.ˈtrˌ.trˌ]adj.
unusual
keltsun[kɛl.ˈ͡tsun]adj.
impossible
  kemuianga'[kɛ.ˈmu.i.a.ŋaʔ]adj.
dishonorable
kemwiä[kɛm.ˈwi.æ]adj.
improper
unfair
wrong
unjustified
kerusey[ˈkɛ.ɾu.sɛj]adj.
dead
kesran[kɛ.ˈsɾan]adj.
so-so
mediocre
keteng[ˈkɛ.tɛŋ]adj.
different
ketrìp[ˈkɛt.ɾɪp]adj.
unfortunate
inauspicious
ketsran[kɛ.ˈ͡tsɾan]adj.
no matter (who, when, where)
whatever (whoever, whenever)
ketsuktiam[kɛ.͡tsuk.ˈti.am]adj.
uncountable
infinite
(for countable nouns)
kewong[ˈkɛ.woŋ]adj.sociol
alien
foreign
keyawr[kɛ.ˈjawɾ]adj.
incorrect
not right
wrong
kì'ong[kɪ.ˈʔoŋ]adj.
slow
kìmar[kɪ.ˈmaɾ]adj.
in season (of foods, vegetable or animal)
kllvawm[ˈklˌ.vawm]adj.col
brown
koak[ˈko.ak]adj.persnfo
old
aged (for living things)
kosman[ko.ˈsman]adj.
wonderful
terrific
fantastic
koum[ˈko.um]adj.
rounded
curved
ku'up[ˈkuʔ.up]adj.
heavy (physical weight)
kung[kuŋ]adj.
putrid
fetid
rotten
kxanì[ˈkʼa.nɪ]adj.
forbidden
kxapnga'[ˈkʼap.ŋaʔ]adj.nfp
threatening
kxayl[kʼajl]adj.
high (of height)
kxänäng[ˈkʼæ.næŋ]adj.
rotting
putrid
(smell of decaying animal/flesh)
kxuke[ˈkʼu.kɛ]adj.mil
safe
kxum[kʼum]adj.
viscous
gelatinous
thick
lafyon[la.ˈfjon]adj.persnfo
wise
lahe[ˈla.hɛ]adj.
another
other
else
lal[lal]adj.nfp
old
laro[ˈla.ɾo]adj.
clean
law[law]adj.
clear
certain
layon[la.ˈjon]adj.col
black
le'al[lɛ.ˈʔal]adj.
wasteful (not for people)
le'aw[lɛ.ˈʔaw]adj.
only
sole
le'awtu[lɛ.ˈʔaw.tu]adj.
alone
on one's own
lone
by oneself
lonely
le'en[lɛ.ˈʔɛn]adj.objnfp
speculative
intuitive
lefkeytongay[lɛ.fkɛj.to.ˈŋaj]adj.
real
lefkrr[lɛ.ˈfkrˌ]adj.
current
lefnelan[lɛ.ˈfnɛ.lan]adj.pers
male
lefnele[lɛ.ˈfnɛ.lɛ]adj.pers
female
lefngap[lɛ.ˈfŋap]adj.
metallic
lefpom[lɛ.ˈfpom]adj.nfp
happy
peaceful
joyous
pleasant
lefpomron[lɛ.fpom.ˈɾon]adj.nfo
(mentally) healthy
lefpomtokx[lɛ.fpom.ˈtokʼ]adj.
(physically) healthy
lefrir[lɛ.ˈfɾiɾ]adj.
layered
leftxozä[lɛ.ˈftʼo.zæ]adj.
celebratory
lehawmpam[lɛ.ˈhawm.pam]adj.
noisy
lehawng[lɛ.ˈhawŋ]adj.
excessive
lehawngkrr[lɛ.ˈhawŋ.krˌ]adj.temp
late
lehìpey[lɛ.ˈhɪ.pɛj]adj.
hesitant
in a state of hesitation
lehoan[lɛ.ˈho.an]adj.
comfortable
lehrrap[lɛ.ˈhrˌ.ap]adj.
dangerous
hazardous
lekin[lɛ.ˈkin]adj.
necessary
lekoren[lɛ.ko.ˈɾɛn]adj.
lawlike
regarding rules
lekye'ung[lɛk.ˈjɛ.ʔuŋ]adj.
insane
crazy
  lekxan[lɛ.ˈkʼan]adj.
blocked
obstructed
frustrated
  lekxutslu[lɛ.ˈkʼu.͡tslu]adj.
risky
lelì'fya[lɛ.ˈlɪʔ.fja]adj.ling
concerning language
regarding language
lemrey[lɛm.ˈɾɛj]adj.
surviving (of entities from a group some of whom have died)
lemweypey[lɛm.ˈwɛj.pɛj]adj.
patient
leNa'vi[lɛ.ˈnaʔ.vi]adj.sociolling
having to do with the Na'vi
having to do with the People
leno[lɛ.ˈno]adj.persnfo
thorough
detail-oriented (of a person)
lenomum[lɛ.ˈno.mum]adj.
curious
lenrra[lɛ.ˈnrˌ.a]adj.emot
proud
(feeling of pride one has in others)
lepay[lɛ.ˈpaj]adj.
watery
lepwopx[lɛp.ˈwopʼ]adj.weather
cloudy
lepxìmrun[lɛ.ˈpʼɪm.ɾun]adj.
common
often found
ler[lɛɾ]adj.
steady
smooth
(for motion)
lereyfya[lɛ.ˈɾɛj.fja]adj.sociol
cultural
lerìk[lɛ.ˈɾɪk]adj.floraenvir
leafy
lerìn[lɛ.ˈɾɪn]adj.
wooden
of wood
leronsrel[lɛ.ˈɾon.sɾɛl]adj.
imaginary
lesar[lɛ.ˈsaɾ]adj.
useful
leskxir[lɛ.ˈskʼiɾ]adj.milhunt
wounded
lesnonrra[lɛ.sno.ˈnrˌ.a]adj.emot
full of self-pride
arrogant
lesngä'i[lɛ.ˈsŋæ.ʔi]adj.
original
existing at the start
existing from the start
first in a series
leso'ha[lɛ.ˈsoʔ.ha]adj.emotpersnfo
enthusiastic
keen
letam[lɛ.ˈtam]adj.
sufficient
enough
letokx[lɛ.ˈtokʼ]adj.
bodily
physical
letrr[lɛ.ˈtrˌ]adj.temp
daily
letrrtrr[lɛ.ˈtrˌ.trˌ]adj.temp
ordinary
letwan[lɛt.ˈwan]adj.emot
dodgy
sneaky (of a person)
letsaktap[lɛ.ˈ͡tsak.tap]adj.
violent
letsim[lɛ.ˈ͡tsim]adj.
original
unique
not derived from another source
letskxe[lɛ.ˈ͡tskʼɛ]adj.obj
stony
of stone
letsranten[lɛ.ˈ͡tsɾan.tɛn]adj.
important
letsunslu[lɛ.ˈ͡tsun.slu]adj.
possible
letswal[lɛ.ˈ͡tswal]adj.nfo
powerful
letxi[lɛ.ˈtʼi]adj.
hurried
frenzied
letxiluke[lɛ.ˈtʼi.lu.kɛ]adj.
unhurried
lewäte[lɛ.wæ.ˈtɛ]adj.emot
disagreeable
argumentative (of an agent)
leweopx[lɛ.wɛ.ˈopʼ]adj.
wave-like
leyapay[lɛ.ˈja.paj]adj.weather
foggy
misty
leye'krr[lɛ.ˈjɛʔ.krˌ]adj.temp
early
leyewla[lɛ.ˈjɛw.la]adj.
disappointing
leyr[lɛjɾ]adj.
frozen
lezeswa[lɛ.ˈzɛ.swa]adj.flora
grassy
litx[litʼ]adj.
(blade) sharp
lìktap[ˈlɪk.tap]adj.
crooked
lom[lom]adj.emot
missing
missed (as an absent person who is longed for)
(only something you once had but no longer do, emotional loss)
lor[loɾ]adj.emotnfp
beautiful
pleasant to the senses
lukpen[luk.ˈpɛn]adj.cloth
without clothing
naked
mal[mal]adj.
trustworthy
trustinspiring
mawey[ma.ˈwɛj]adj.emot
calm
me'em[mɛ.ˈʔɛm]adj.
harmonious
  mei[ˈmɛ.i]adj.
wet
mek[mɛk]adj.objfignfp
empty
metaphorically: having no value
meuianga'[mɛ.ˈu.i.a.ŋaʔ]adj.myth
honorable
honourable
honorably
honourably
meyp[mɛjp]adj.emot
weak
miklor[mik.ˈloɾ]adj.
pleasant sounding
beautiful sounding
mikvä'[mik.ˈvæʔ]adj.
bad-sounding
mip[mip]adj.
new
momek[ˈmo.mɛk]adj.
hollow (not solid)
mowan[mo.ˈwan]adj.emot
pleasing
enjoyable (physically, sexually)
muiä[mu.ˈi.æ]adj.
proper
fair
right
justified
muntxa[mun.ˈtʼa]adj.sociol
mated
married
nafì'u[na.fɪ.ˈʔu]adj.
such
narlor[naɾ.ˈloɾ]adj.
beautiful visually
narvä'[naɾ.ˈvæʔ]adj.
ugly
unsightly
nawfwe[naw.ˈfwɛ]adj.
fluent (for speech)
nawm[nawm]adj.perssociol
great
noble
nawri[ˈnaw.ɾi]adj.
talented
neyn[nɛjn]adj.col
light colors
light colours
shades of white
whitish
nik[nik]adj.
convenient
usable without much expenditure of effort
nim[nim]adj.emot
timid
shy
nitram[nit.ˈɾam]adj.emotnfo
happy (of people)
nutx[nutʼ]adj.
thick
ngay[ŋaj]adj.
true
ngäzìk[ˈŋæ.zɪk]adj.
difficult
hard
nget[ŋɛt]adj.
dank (non-animal decay)
(smell of decaying wood and leaves)
ngeyn[ŋɛjn]adj.emot
tired
ngim[ŋim]adj.
long (physical length)
ngong[ŋoŋ]adj.emot
lethargic
lacking sufficient energy
lazy
ngul[ŋul]adj.col
grey
drab
ohakx[o.ˈhakʼ]adj.emot
hungry
onlor[on.ˈloɾ]adj.
good-smelling
onvä'[on.ˈvæʔ]adj.
bad-smelling
parulnga'[pa.ˈɾul.ŋaʔ]adj.relignfp
miraculous
paynga'[ˈpaj.ŋaʔ]adj.weathernfp
moist
humid
damp
piak[pi.ˈak]adj.weather
open
clear (for cloudless skies)
pìsaw[pɪ.ˈsaw]adj.pers
clumsy
accident-prone
prrte'[ˈprˌ.tɛʔ]adj.
pleasurable (of an activity)
pup[pup]adj.
short (physical length)
pxan[pʼan]adj.
worthy
pxasul[ˈpʼa.sul]adj.gastr
fresh (appealing as food)
pxay[pʼaj]adj.
many
a lot of
pxayopin[ˈpʼaj.o.pin]adj.col
colorful
multi-colored
variegated
pxi[pʼi]adj.
sharp (of needles, thorns, knife point etc.)
pxim[pʼim]adj.
erect
upright
  pxul[pʼul]adj.
formidable
imposing
ralke[ˈɾal.kɛ]adj.fig
meaningless
devoid of content
ralnga'[ˈɾal.ŋaʔ]adj.
meaningful
instructive
something from which a lesson can be learned
räptum[ɾæp.ˈtum]adj.sociol
coarse
vulgar
socially unacceptable
renulke[ˈɾɛ.nul.kɛ]adj.
irregular
random
reng[ɾɛŋ]adj.objfig
shallow (physically, sometimes used metaphorically for thoughts, ideas, analyses, etc.)
reypaytun[ˈɾɛj.paj.tun]adj.col
red
(blood red)
rim[ɾim]adj.col
yellow
rìkean[ˈɾɪk.ɛ.an]adj.col
green
leaf green
rusey[ɾu.ˈsɛj]adj.
alive
sang[saŋ]adj.weather
warm
sayrìp[ˈsaj.ɾɪp]adj.persnfo
handsome
good looking (mainly for male)
sevin[sɛ.ˈvin]adj.persnfo
pretty (mainly for female)
seykxel[sɛj.ˈkʼɛl]adj.pers
strong (emotionally, spiritually)
confident
sìlronsem[sɪl.ˈɾon.sɛm]adj.objnfp
clever
smart (of things)
sìltsan[sɪl.ˈ͡tsan]adj.
good (of its kind)
well done
skepek[ˈskɛ.pɛk]adj.
formal
skien[ˈski.ɛn]adj.
right (not left) (direction)
skxakep[ˈskʼa.kɛp]adj.
probable
likely
sloa[ˈslo.a]adj.
wide
snep[snɛp]adj.
narrow
snewsye[ˈsnɛw.sjɛ]adj.
spooky
weird
snumìna[ˈsnu.mɪ.na]adj.persnfo
dim (of intelligence)
sngunga'[ˈsŋu.ŋaʔ]adj.
worrisome
troubling
sok[sok]adj.
recent
som[som]adj.weather
hot
sosul[so.ˈsul]adj.
(pleasant smell of nearby running water, rain, moist vegetation)
spuwin[ˈspu.win]adj.objnfp
old (compare koak)
former
spxin[spʼin]adj.
sick
sraw[sɾaw]adj.emot
painful
srunga'[ˈsɾu.ŋaʔ]adj.nfp
helpful
steng[stɛŋ]adj.
similar
stiwinga'[ˈsti.wi.ŋaʔ]adj.
mischievous
stxong[stʼoŋ]adj.
strange
unfamiliar
unknown
(of something that appears threatening or dangerous)
susyang[su.ˈsjaŋ]adj.
fragile
delicate
  swaran[ˈswa.ɾan]adj.
humble
modest
self-effacing
swey[swɛj]adj.
best
swok[swok]adj.mythrelig
sacred
syä'ä[ˈsjæ.ʔæ]adj.gastr
bitter (of taste and smell)
syen[sjɛn]adj.
last (in series)
final
syewenga'[ˈsjɛ.wɛ.ŋaʔ]adj.
fatty
syo[sjo]adj.
light (physical weight)
lightweight
ta'lengean[ˈtaʔ.lɛŋ.ɛ.an]adj.col
skin blue
teng[tɛŋ]adj.
same
equal
tete[ˈtɛ.tɛ]adj.
dull (e.g. of a blade)
teya[tɛ.ˈja]adj.
full
teyr[tɛjɾ]adj.col
white
tì'iluke[tɪ.ˈʔi.lu.kɛ]adj.
endless
never-ending
tìflänga'[tɪ.ˈflæ.ŋaʔ]adj.nfp
successful
tìfnunga'[tɪ.ˈfnu.ŋaʔ]adj.nfp
quiet
  tìkankxanga'[tɪ.kan.ˈkʼa.ŋaʔ]adj.
frustrating
tìkeftxonga'[tɪ.kɛ.ˈftʼo.ŋaʔ]adj.nfp
sad (not for people)
tìm[tɪm]adj.
low (of hight)
tìtstewnga'[tɪ.ˈ͡tstɛw.ŋaʔ]adj.nfp
courageous
brave
tìtstunwinga'[tɪ.ˈ͡tstun.wi.ŋaʔ]adj.nfp
kind
tìtxurnga'[tɪ.ˈtʼuɾ.ŋaʔ]adj.nfp
powerful
  tìzevakxnga'[tɪ.ˈzɛ.vakʼ.ŋaʔ]adj.nfp
cruel
toitsye[ˈto.i.͡tsjɛ]adj.
German (language)
tor[toɾ]adj.
last
ultimate
terminal
to bring about finality
tun[tun]adj.col
red
orange
tuvom[tu.ˈvom]adj.
greatest of all
exceedingly great
tsankumnga'[ˈ͡tsan.kum.ŋaʔ]adj.
advantageous
tsawl[͡tsawl]adj.
big (in size)
tall
tsawsngem[͡tsaw.ˈsŋɛm]adj.
muscular
tsewtx[͡tsɛwtʼ]adj.
dirty
tsleng[͡tslɛŋ]adj.
false
tstew[͡tstɛw]adj.pers
brave
tstu[͡tstu]adj.weather
closed
shut
overcast (cloudy skies)
tstunwi[ˈ͡tstun.wi]adj.
kind
thoughtful
considerate
tswalnga'[ˈ͡tswal.ŋaʔ]adj.nfp
powerful
tsyafe[ˈ͡tsja.fɛ]adj.weather
mild
moderate
comfortable (of the weather or temperature)
Tsyungwen[͡tsjuŋ.wɛn]adj.ling
Chinese
Chinese language
txa'[tʼaʔ]adj.
hard
txan[tʼan]adj.
much
long (time)
txana krr[ˈtʼan.a krˌ]adj.
long time
much time
txanatan[ˈtʼa.na.tan]adj.emotfig
bright
vivid
txanew[ˈtʼa.nɛw]adj.
greedy
txankeltrrtrr[ˈtʼan.kɛl.ˈtrˌ.trˌ]adj.
extraordinary
txanlal[ˈtʼan.lal]adj.
ancient
very old
txantur[ˈtʼan.tuɾ]adj.myth
powerful
txantsan[ˈtʼan.͡tsan]adj.
excellent
txantsawl[ˈtʼan.͡tsawl]adj.
giant
huge
txantslusam[ˈtʼan.͡tslu.sam]adj.emot
wise
  txantxewm[ˈtʼan.tʼɛwm]adj.
terrifying
txanwawe[tʼan.wa.ˈwɛ]adj.emot
personally meaningful
significant
txasom[ˈtʼa.som]adj.weather
very hot
txavä'[tʼa.ˈvæʔ]adj.
disgusting
txawew[ˈtʼa.wɛw]adj.weather
very cold
txen[tʼɛn]adj.emot
awake
txeptun[ˈtʼɛp.tun]adj.col
orange
(fire red)
txewluke[ˈtʼɛw.lu.kɛ]adj.
endless
boundless
without limit
(for uncountable nouns)
txewm[tʼɛwm]adj.emot
scary
frightening
txewnga'[ˈtʼɛw.ŋaʔ]adj.
having a limit
not without bounds
finite
txin[tʼin]adj.
main
primary
txukx[tʼukʼ]adj.fig
deep (physically, sometimes used metaphorically for thoughts, ideas, analyses, etc.)
txumnga'[ˈtʼum.ŋaʔ]adj.
poisonous
txur[tʼuɾ]adj.
strong (physically)
ukxo[u.ˈkʼo]adj.
dry
um[um]adj.
loose
unyor[un.ˈjoɾ]adj.
sweetly aromatic
(a flowery or aromatic woody sort of smell)
(may also refer to some spices used in Na’vi cooking)
vawm[vawm]adj.col
dark
vawt[vawt]adj.
solid (not hollow)
vä'[væʔ]adj.emot
unpleasant to the senses
noisome
väng[væŋ]adj.emot
thirsty
velke[ˈvɛl.kɛ]adj.
chaotic
messy
disorganized
in shambles
venga'[ˈvɛ.ŋaʔ]adj.nfo
organized
on top of things
walak[ˈwa.lak]adj.emot
energetic
active
we'ay[ˈwɛ.ʔaj]adj.gastr
sour (of taste and smell)
wew[wɛw]adj.weather
cold
win[win]adj.
fast
wip[wip]adj.gastr
salty (of taste and smell)
wok[wok]adj.emot
loud
wur[wuɾ]adj.weather
cool
chilly
yawne[ˈjaw.nɛ]adj.emot
beloved
yayayrnga'[ja.ˈjajɾ.ŋaʔ]adj.
confusing
yaymak[ˈjaj.mak]adj.
foolish
ignorant
ye[jɛ]adj.emot
satisfied
content
satiated
full
yehakx[ˈjɛ.hakʼ]adj.emot
satisfied (from hunger)
full
yeväng[ˈjɛ.væŋ]adj.emot
satisfied (from thirst)
feeling quenched
slaked
yey[jɛj]adj.
straight
yll[jlˌ]adj.sociol
communal
yol[jol]adj.temp
short (of time)
yrr[jrˌ]adj.
wild
natural
something in its original, unmodified, untampered-with natural state
yuey[ˈju.ɛj]adj.persnfo
beautiful (inner beauty)
zäfi[ˈzæ.fi]adj.
modified
interfered with
no longer in a natural state
also: tamed
  zevakx[ˈzɛ.vakʼ]adj.persnfo
cruel
zey[zɛj]adj.
special
distinct