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  Na'vi 'ìnglìsì
sa[sa]vin.
rise to a challenge
sa'ewrang[sa.ˈʔɛw.ɾaŋ]n.spec
mother loom
giant loom
sa'nok[ˈsaʔ.nok]n.fam
mother
sa'nu[ˈsaʔ.nu]n.fam
mum
mommy
sa'sem[ˈsaʔ.sɛm]n.fam
parent
set of parents
sa'u[sa.ˈʔu]dem.
those (things)
(short plural of tsa'u)
saa[saa]intj.
threatening cry
  Saeyla[sa.ɛj.la]n.
female name
saho[sa.ˈho]n.relig
prayer
salew[sa.ˈlɛw]v.
proceed
go
(also used for telling the age of a person)
salewfya[sa.ˈlɛw.fja]n.
direction
course
san[san]part.
particle to start direct speech
beginning of a quote
'saying'
sang[saŋ]adj.weather
warm
sar[saɾ]vtr.
use
satu'li[sa.ˈtuʔ.li]n.
heritage
sau[sa.ˈu]intj.
exclamation upon exertion
'urgh'
saylahe[saj.ˈla.hɛ]adv.
et cetera
etc.
abbreviated in writing as: sl.
sayrìp[ˈsaj.ɾɪp]adj.persnfo
handsome
good looking (mainly for male)
sä'anla[sæ.ˈʔan.la]n.
yearning
sä'eoio[sæ.ˈʔɛ.o.i.o]n.
ceremony
ritual
rite
sä'eoio si[sæ.ˈʔɛ.o.i.o si]vin.(5,5)
take part in a ceremony
perform a ritual
sä'ipu[sæ.ˈʔi.pu]n.
something humorous
sä'o[ˈsæ.ʔo]n.
tool
utensil
säfe'ul[sæ.ˈfɛ.ʔul]n.
worsening (specific instance)
säflä[sæ.ˈflæ]n.
success
(an instance of) success
säfmi[sæ.ˈfmi]n.
attempt, the
säfngo'[sæ.ˈfŋoʔ]n.
requirement
demand
säfpìl[sæ.ˈfpɪl]n.
idea
thought
säfrìp[sæ.ˈfɾɪp]n.
a bite
säftxulì'u[sæ.ftʼu.ˈlɪ.ʔu]n.sociol
speech
oration
säfyep[sæ.ˈfjɛp]n.obj
handle
grip
(part of an object where one holds it)
sähe'a[sæ.ˈhɛ.ʔa]n.
a cough
instance of coughing
sähena[sæ.ˈhɛ.na]n.
container
vessel
carrier
säkanom[sæ.ˈka.nom]n.
something acquired
an acquisition
a possession
säkxange[sæ.ˈkʼa.ŋɛ]n.
a yawn
sälang[sæ.ˈlaŋ]n.
exploration
investigation
sälatem[sæ.ˈla.tɛm]n.
(instance of) change
edit
modification
sälätxayn[sæ.læ.ˈtʼajn]n.mil
defeat
an instance of defeat
säleymfe'[sæ.lɛjm.ˈfɛʔ]n.
complaint
säleymkem[sæ.lɛjm.ˈkɛm]n.
protest
instance of protesting
sälipx[sæ.ˈlipʼ]n.
a drip (of a liquid)
sämok[sæ.ˈmok]n.
suggestion
(a concrete instance of) suggesting
sämunge[sæ.ˈmu.ŋɛ]n.
transportation tool
transportation device
(any object used to carry or transport s.t. else)
sämyam[sæm.ˈjam]n.
hug
embrace
sänrr[sæ.ˈnrˌ]n.
glow
an instance of glowing
light source
lamp
sänui[sæ.ˈnu.i]n.
failure (particular instance of failure)
sänume[sæ.ˈnu.mɛ]n.
teaching
instruction
sänume si[sæ.ˈnu.mɛ si]vin.(3,3)
teach
instruct
give instruction
sänumvi[sæ.ˈnum.vi]n.
lesson
sängä'än[sæ.ŋæ.ˈʔæn]n.
bout of suffering
episode of depression
sängop[sæ.ˈŋop]n.
creation
säomum[sæ.ˈo.mum]n.
(piece of) information (countable)
säpenghrr[sæ.pɛŋ.ˈhrˌ]n.
warning
säpllhrr[sæ.plˌ.ˈhrˌ]n.
warning
säplltxe[sæ.plˌ.ˈtʼɛ]n.
statement
säplltxevi[sæ.plˌ.ˈtʼɛ.vi]n.
comment
säpom[sæ.ˈpom]n.
kiss
särawn[sæ.ˈɾawn]n.
replacement
substitute
something that replaces something else
särengop[sæ.ˈɾɛ.ŋop]n.
design (particular instance of designing)
säro'a[sæ.ˈɾo.ʔa]n.
feat
accomplishment
great deed
säro'a si[sæ.ˈɾo.ʔa si]vin.
do great deeds
säseyto[sæ.sɛj.ˈto]n.
butchering tool
säsìlpey[sæ.sɪl.ˈpɛj]n.
hope (particular instance)
säspxin[sæ.ˈspʼin]n.
disease
sickness
illness
säspxintsyìp[sæ.ˈspʼin.͡tsjɪp]n.
minor ailment
säsrätx[sæ.ˈsɾætʼ]n.
annoyance
säsrese'a[sæ.sɾɛ.sɛ.ˈʔa]n.
prediction
säsrìn[sæ.ˈsɾɪn]n.comm
lent thing
borrowed thing
sästarsìm[sæ.ˈstaɾ.sɪm]n.
collection (put together intentionally by someone)
säsulìn[sæ.ˈsu.lɪn]n.
hobby
pleasureyielding activity
säsyep[sæ.ˈsjɛp]n.milhunt
trap
sätare[sæ.ˈta.ɾɛ]n.famsociol
connection
relationship
  sätarenga'[sæ.ˈta.ɾɛ.ŋaʔ]adj.
relevant
pertinent
sätaron[sæ.ˈta.ɾon]n.hunt
hunt
sätsan'ul[sæ.ˈ͡tsan.ʔul]n.
improvement (specific instance)
sätseri[sæ.ˈ͡tsɛ.ɾi]n.
observation
something noticed
sätsìsyì[sæ.ˈ͡tsɪ.sjɪ]n.
whisper
sätswayon[sæ.ˈ͡tswaj.on]n.
flight
an instance of flying
sätsyìl[sæ.ˈ͡tsjɪl]n.
climbing event
a climb
sävll[sæ.ˈvlˌ]n.
sign
indication
signal
säwäsul[sæ.ˈwæ.sul]n.
a competition
(a particular instance of competing)
säwäsultsyìp[sæ.ˈwæ.sul.͡tsjɪp]n.
contest
säwäte[sæ.wæ.ˈtɛ]n.
point of contention
source of argument
thing disputed
säwem[sæ.ˈwɛm]n.mil
fight
säwìntxu[sæ.wɪn.ˈtʼu]n.
showing
exhibition
säwìngay[sæ.wɪ.ˈŋaj]n.
proof (particular instance)
säyäkx[sæ.ˈjækʼ]n.
snub
säzärìp[sæ.ˈzæ.ɾɪp]n.milhunt
face lead
rein
se'ayl[sɛ.ˈʔajl]n.envirgeogr
waterfall
(individual tall, thin waterfall that pours down a sheer high cliff, or off of a floating mountain)
(countable)
sekrr[ˈsɛ.krˌ]n.temp
present
semkä[sɛm.ˈkæ]n.
bridge
sempu[ˈsɛm.pu]n.fam
daddy
dad
sempul[ˈsɛm.pul]n.fam
father
set[sɛt]adv.temp
now
sevin[sɛ.ˈvin]adj.persnfo
pretty (mainly for female)
sey[sɛj]n.gastrspec
cup
bowl
(minimally modified from naturally occurring resources)
seykxel[sɛj.ˈkʼɛl]adj.pers
strong (emotionally, spiritually)
confident
seyn[sɛjn]n.
chair
stool
bench
any tool or device to facilitate sitting
seyri[ˈsɛj.ɾi]n.body
lip
seysonìltsan[sɛj.so.nɪl.ˈ͡tsan]intj.
well done!
seyto[sɛj.ˈto]vtr.
butcher
separating or processing the carcass of a dead animal
Seze[ˈsɛ.zɛ]n.namemyth
name of Neytiri's ikran
meaning: blue flower
  si[si]v.
auxiliary verb! postpositional nonbound verb 'do, make'
sim[sim]vin.
near
be near
[sɪ]conj.
and (for enumerations)
sìk[sɪk]part.
particle to end direct speech
'end of a quote'
'unquote'
sìlpey[sɪl.ˈpɛj]vin.(2,2)
hope (with tsnì in subordinate clause, unless in independent clause)
sìlronsem[sɪl.ˈɾon.sɛm]adj.objnfp
clever
smart (of things)
sìltsan[sɪl.ˈ͡tsan]adj.
good (of its kind)
well done
sìn[sɪn]adp.loc
on
onto
ska'a[ska.ˈʔa]vtr.mil
destroy
skepek[ˈskɛ.pɛk]adj.
formal
skiempa[ˈski.ɛm.pa]n.
right side
skien[ˈski.ɛn]adj.
right (not left) (direction)
sko+[sko]adp.
(s.t./s.o.) as (s.t./s.o. else)
in the capacity of
in the role of
skuka[ˈsku.ka]n.fauna
Sagittaria
(cephalopod-like aquatic creature with a hard shell and long tentacles)
skxakep[ˈskʼa.kɛp]adv.
probably
likely
skxakep[ˈskʼa.kɛp]adj.
probable
likely
skxawng[skʼawŋ]n.
moron
idiot
skxir[skʼiɾ]n.
wound
skxir si[skʼiɾ si]vin.
wound (someone/something)
skxirtsyìp[ˈskʼiɾ.͡tsjɪp]n.
cut
bruise
minor wound
skxom[skʼom]n.
chance
opportunity
sla'tsu[ˈslaʔ.͡tsu]vtr.
describe
slan[slan]vtr.sociol
support (someone) (emotional, social or personal)
slantire[slan.ti.ˈɾɛ]n.emot
inspiration
slantire si[slan.ti.ˈɾɛ si]vin.emot
inspire
slayk[slajk]vtr.
brush
comb
slä[slæ]conj.
but
släkop[ˈslæ.kop]adv.
but also (used with: ken'aw)
slär[slæɾ]n.
cave
slele[ˈslɛ.lɛ]vin.
swim
sleyku[slɛj.ˈku]vtr.(2,2)
produce
make become
sloa[ˈslo.a]adj.
wide
sloan[slo.ˈan]vtr.
pour
slosnep[slo.ˈsnɛp]n.
width
slu[slu]vin.
become
slu leyr[slu lɛjɾ]vin.
(s.t.) freezes
slukx[slukʼ]n.
horn (of an animal)
smaoe[sma.ˈo.ɛ]n.flora
phalanxia
heavily thorned plant
Phalanxia ferox
smar[smaɾ]n.hunt
prey
hunted thing
smaw[smaw]vtr.
approve of
smon[smon]vin.
be familiar
be known
sna'o[ˈsna.ʔo]n.
set
group
pile
clump
stand
snafpìlfya[sna.ˈfpɪl.fja]n.phil
philosophy
lit.: 'group of mindsets'
snanumultxa[sna.nu.mul.ˈtʼa]n.
course
collection of classes
snapamrelvi[sna.pam.ˈɾɛl.vi]n.ling
alphabet
snatanhì[sna.tan.ˈhɪ]n.
constellation
clump of stars
snatanhìtsyìp[sna.tan.ˈhɪ.͡tsjɪp]n.
star cluster
snatxärem[sna.ˈtʼæ.ɾɛm]n.body
skeleton
set of bones
snayì[sna.ˈjɪ]n.
staircase
series of step-like levels
snaytu[ˈsnaj.tu]n.
loser
snaytx[snajtʼ]vtr.
lose (game, fight)
snäm[snæm]vin.
rot
decay
degrade over time
(of objects and skills)
snep[snɛp]adj.
narrow
snew[snɛw]vtr.
constrict
tighten
snewsye[ˈsnɛw.sjɛ]adj.
spooky
weird
sneyä[ˈsnɛ.jæ]poss.
reflexive 3rd person genitive pronoun
his own
her own
its own
their own
sno[sno]pn.
reflexive 3rd person pronoun
his self
her self
its self
their self
snokfyan[ˈsnok.fjan]n.
personal belongings rack
snolup[ˈsno.lup]n.
personal style
personal aesthetic
presence
snomo[ˈsno.mo]n.loc
private space (that one can retreat to)
also: room
snonivi[ˈsno.ni.vi]n.sociolspec
single-person hammock
snonrra[sno.ˈnrˌ.a]n.emot
self-pride (negative)
arrogance
snotipx[sno.ˈtipʼ]n.
self-control
snumìna[ˈsnu.mɪ.na]adj.persnfo
dim (of intelligence)
sngap[sŋap]vtr.
sting
sngä'i[ˈsŋæ.ʔi]vinm.
begin
start
sngä'ikrr[ˈsŋæ.ʔi.krˌ]n.
beginning
starting time
sngä'itseng[ˈsŋæ.ʔi.͡tsɛŋ]n.
beginning
starting position
initial location
sngä'iyu[ˈsŋæ.ʔi.ju]n.
beginner
sngel[sŋɛl]n.
garbage
trash
rubbish
sngeltseng[ˈsŋɛl.͡tsɛŋ]n.
rubbish place
garbage dump
sngukx[sŋukʼ]n.flora
grub plant
Limacina erecta
sngum[sŋum]n.
worry
anxiety
concern
sngum si[sŋum si]vin.
worry
sngumtsim[ˈsŋum.͡tsim]n.
worrisome matter
source of worry
sngunga'[ˈsŋu.ŋaʔ]adj.
worrisome
troubling
so'ha[ˈsoʔ.ha]vtr.emot
be enthusiastic about
show enthusiasm for
be excited about
so'yu[ˈsoʔ.ju]n.
fan
enthusiast
colloquial form of txanso'hayu
soaia[so.ˈa.i.a]n.famsociol
family (irregular genitive form soaiä)
sok[sok]adj.
recent
som[som]adj.weather
hot
somtìlor[ˈsom.tɪ.loɾ]n.flora
popsicle
lit.: hot beauty
Capsulatum virgatum
somwew[som.ˈwɛw]n.weather
temperature
sop[sop]vin.
travel
sopyu[ˈsop.ju]n.
traveller
Sorewn[so.ˈɾɛwn]n.name
female name
sosul[so.ˈsul]adj.
(pleasant smell of nearby running water, rain, moist vegetation)
spaw[spaw]vtr.
believe
spä[spæ]v.
jump
spe'e[spɛ.ˈʔɛ]vtr.
capture
spe'etu[spɛ.ˈʔɛ.tu]n.mil
captive
speng[spɛŋ]vtr.
restore
spono[ˈspo.no]n.locgeogr
island
spule[ˈspu.lɛ]vtr.
propel
spulmokri[spul.ˈmok.ɾi]n.
telephone
lit.: propel voice
spulyaney[spul.ja.ˈnɛj]n.
canoe paddle
spuwin[ˈspu.win]adj.objnfp
old (compare koak)
former
spxam[spʼam]n.floraenvir
mushroom
fungus
spxin[spʼin]adj.
sick
srak[sɾak]part.
marker for yes/no questions at the end of a sentence
srakat[ˈsɾa.kat]n.fauna
dinicthoid
(large piranha-like aquatic creature that lives in Pandora's lakes and murky lowland drainages)
srake[ˈsɾa.kɛ]part.
marker for yes/no questions at the beginning of a sentence
sran[sɾan]intj.
yes (colloquial)
yeah
srane[ˈsɾa.nɛ]intj.
yes
srankehe[sɾan.ˈkɛ.hɛ]intj.
more or less
somewhat
yes and no
kind of
sraw[sɾaw]adj.emot
painful
srä[sɾæ]n.cloth
cloth (piece of cloth woven on a loom)
srätx[sɾætʼ]vtr.
annoy
bother
sre+[sɾɛ]adp.temp
before (time)
sre'[sɾɛʔ]n.body
tooth
srefereiey nìprrte'[sɾɛ.fɛ.ɾɛ.i.ˈɛj nɪ.ˈprˌ.tɛʔ]oth.idiom
looking forward to it
srefey[sɾɛ.ˈfɛj]v.(2,2)
expect (optionally with tsnì for subordinate clause)
srefpìl[sɾɛ.ˈfpɪl]v.(2,2)
assume
presume
(transitive and intransitive, intransitively used with: tsnì)
srefwa[ˈsɾɛ.fwa]conj.
before
srekamtrr[sɾɛ.ˈkam.trˌ]n.temp
the time before noon
srekamtxon[sɾɛ.ˈkam.tʼon]n.temp
before midnight
srekrr[sɾɛ.ˈkrˌ]adv.temp
before
already
ahead of time
srer[sɾɛɾ]vin.
appear
materialize
come into view
srese'a[sɾɛ.sɛ.ˈʔa]vtr.(2,3)
prophesize
prophetize
prophecy
predict
sresrr'ong[sɾɛ.srˌ.ˈʔoŋ]n.temp
before dawn
sreton'ong[sɾɛ.ton.ˈʔoŋ]n.temp
dusk
evening before sunset
srew[sɾɛw]vin.mus
dance
srey[sɾɛj]n.
version
srìn[sɾɪn]vtr.
temporarily transfer from one to another (rarely used on its own)
srok[sɾok]n.cloth
bead (decorative)
sru'[sɾuʔ]vtr.
crush
trample
srung[sɾuŋ]n.
help
assistance
srung si[sɾuŋ si]vin.
help
srunga'[ˈsɾu.ŋaʔ]adj.nfp
helpful
srungsiyu[ˈsɾuŋ.si.ju]n.
assistant
helper
srungtsyìp[ˈsɾuŋ.͡tsjɪp]n.
helpful hint
tip
starlì'u[ˈstaɾ.lɪ.ʔu]n.ling
adposition
starsìm[ˈstaɾ.sɪm]vtr.
gather
collect
stawm[stawm]vtr.
hear
stawmtswo[ˈstawm.͡tswo]n.
hearing
sense of hearing
stä'nì[ˈstæʔ.nɪ]vtr.
catch
stä'nìpam[ˈstæʔ.nɪ.pam]n.
recording
stä'nìpam si[ˈstæʔ.nɪ.pam si]vin.(3,3)
record
make a recording
steftxaw[stɛ.ˈftʼaw]vtr.
examine
check
steng[stɛŋ]adj.
similar
steyki[stɛj.ˈki]vtr.(2,2)
anger
make someone angry
sti[sti]vin.
be angry
stiwi[ˈsti.wi]n.
mischief
stiwi si[ˈsti.wi si]vin.(2,2)
be naughty
do mischief
stiwinga'[ˈsti.wi.ŋaʔ]adj.
mischievous
stiwisiyu[ˈsti.wi.si.ju]n.
mischief-maker
sto[sto]vtrm.
refuse (to do something)
stum[stum]adv.
almost
stxeli[ˈstʼɛ.li]n.
gift
stxenu[ˈstʼɛ.nu]n.
offer
stxenutìng[ˈstʼɛ.nu.tɪŋ]vtr.(3,3)
offer
stxong[stʼoŋ]adj.
strange
unfamiliar
unknown
(of something that appears threatening or dangerous)
sulìn[ˈsu.lɪn]vin.
be busy (positive sense)
be engrossed in something one finds especially pleasant and energizing
sum[sum]n.envir
shell (from the ocean)
sumsey[ˈsum.sɛj]n.gastrspec
drinking vessel
(made of shell)
sunkesun[ˈsun.kɛ.sun]adv.
like it or not
sunu[ˈsu.nu]vin.
be pleasing
be likeable
bring enjoyment
like
sung[suŋ]vtr.
add
sur[suɾ]n.
taste
flavor
susyang[su.ˈsjaŋ]adj.
fragile
delicate
sutx[sutʼ]vtr.
track
follow
lock up
swaran[ˈswa.ɾan]adj.
humble
modest
self-effacing
swaw[swaw]n.
moment
swaynivi[ˈswaj.ni.vi]n.sociolspec
family hammock
swek[swɛk]n.
bar
rod
pole
Sweriye[swɛ.ɾi.jɛ]n.lw
Sweden
swey[swɛj]adj.
best
sweylu[ˈswɛj.lu]vin.(2,2)
should
swirä[swi.ˈɾæ]n.faunaenvir
creature
swizaw[swi.ˈzaw]n.mil
arrow
swizawsena[swi.ˈzaw.sɛ.na]n.
quiver (attached to the ikran\'s saddle)
often shortened to zawsena
swoa[ˈswo.a]n.gastr
intoxicating beverage
"spirits"
swoasey[ˈswo.a.sɛj]n.gastrspec
kava bowl (hand-sized)
(constructed from seed pods, used for drinking intoxicating beverages)
swoasey ayll[ˈswo.a.sɛj a.ˈjlˌ]n.gastrspec
large social kava bowl
swok[swok]adj.mythrelig
sacred
swotu[ˈswo.tu]n.mythrelig
sacred place
Swotu Wayä[ˈswo.tu ˈwaj.æ]n.locname
Sacred Place of Song
(situated in the Valley of Mo'ara)
swotulu[ˈswo.tu.lu]n.mythrelig
sacred river (proper name)
syaksyuk[sjak.ˈsjuk]n.fauna
prolemuris
(lemur-like animal on Pandora) Prolemuris noctis
syam[sjam]vtr.
smell
take a smell
take a sniff
syanan[ˈsja.nan]n.envirgeogr
waterfall
(a single drop or series of smaller waterfalls occurring sequentially along a stream or series of pools)
(countable)
syar[sjaɾ]vin.
stick
stick to
adhere
syaw[sjaw]vin.
call
syawn[sjawn]n.relig
blessing
syay[sjaj]n.
fate
syayvi[ˈsjaj.vi]n.
luck
chance
syä'ä[ˈsjæ.ʔæ]adj.gastr
bitter (of taste and smell)
sye'otxang[ˈsjɛ.ʔo.tʼaŋ]n.mus
wind instrument
syeha[ˈsjɛ.ha]n.
breath
syeha si[ˈsjɛ.ha si]vin.
breathe
syen[sjɛn]adj.
last (in series)
final
syep[sjɛp]vtr.hunt
trap (someone/something)
syeprel[sjɛp.ˈɾɛl]n.
camera
lit.: trap image
syeptute[ˈsjɛp.tu.tɛ]n.flora
hyneman
lit.: person trapper
Pandoratonia myopora
syewe[ˈsjɛ.wɛ]n.
fat (substance in meat)
syewenga'[ˈsjɛ.wɛ.ŋaʔ]adj.
fatty
syo[sjo]adj.
light (physical weight)
lightweight
syokup[sjo.ˈkup]n.
weight (physical)
syon[sjon]n.
feature
trait
attribute
characteristic
point
aspect
facet
property
syonlì'u[ˈsjon.lɪ.ʔu]n.ling
adjective
syor[sjoɾ]vin.
relax
chill out
syulang[ˈsju.laŋ]n.floraenvir
flower
syura[sju.ˈɾa]n.
energy (physical or spiritual)
syuratan[sju.ˈɾa.tan]n.
bioluminescence
syusmung[ˈsju.smuŋ]n.
tray
syuve[ˈsju.vɛ]n.gastr
food (collective noun, uncountable)
syuvekel[ˈsju.vɛ.kɛl]n.
famine