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za'ärìp[za.ˈʔæ.ɾɪp]vtr.(2,3)
pull
za'u[ˈza.ʔu]vin.
come
za'u nì'eng[ˈza.ʔu nɪ.ˈʔɛŋ]idiom.
share an interest in common
zam[zam]num.
sixty four
octal: hundred
zamunge[za.ˈmu.ŋɛ]vtr.(2,3)
bring
zapxì[za.ˈpʼɪ]n.
front (part or section)
zare'[za.ˈɾɛʔ]n.body
forehead
brow
zasrìn[za.ˈsɾɪn]vtr.(2,2)comm
borrow
zawng[zawŋ]vin.
scream
zawprrte'[zaw.ˈprˌ.tɛʔ]vin.(1,1)
be enjoyable (used with ne)
zawr[zawɾ]n.
animal call
animal cry
zäfi[ˈzæ.fi]adj.
modified
interfered with
no longer in a natural state
also: tamed
zärìp[ˈzæ.ɾɪp]vtr.
pull
colloquial form of za'ärìp
zekwä[ˈzɛk.wæ]n.body
finger
digit
zel[zɛl]conj.
then (for the consequence of a counterfactual Conditional sentence with zun)
zene[ˈzɛ.nɛ]vinm.
must
zenke[ˈzɛn.kɛ]vinm.(1,1)
must not
zerok[ˈzɛ.ɾok]vtr.
remember
zeswa[ˈzɛ.swa]n.flora
grass
zeswavi[ˈzɛ.swa.vi]n.flora
blade of grass
zet[zɛt]vtr.
treat (emotionally)
display an attitude towards
zevakx[ˈzɛ.vakʼ]adj.persnfo
cruel
zey[zɛj]adj.
special
distinct
zeyko[zɛj.ˈko]vtr.(2,2)
heal
fix
zeykoyu[zɛj.ˈko.ju]n.
healer
zeykup[zɛj.ˈkup]vtr.(2,2)
let fall (intentionally)
let fall (deliberately)
  zin[zin]adj.
tangled
zir[ziɾ]n.
feel
texture
zize'[zi.ˈzɛʔ]n.fauna
hellfire wasp
Magnivespa velox
zìm[zɪm]vtr.
feel
zìma'uyu[zɪ.ˈma.ʔu.ju]n.
newcomer
someone who has just arrived on the scene
zìmtswo[ˈzɪm.͡tswo]n.
sense of touch
zìsìkrr[ˈzɪ.sɪ.krˌ]n.temp
season
zìsìt[ˈzɪ.sɪt]n.temp
year
zìsìtay[zɪ.sɪ.ˈtaj]adv.temp
next year
zìsìtsaltrr[zɪ.sɪt.ˈsal.trˌ]n.
(yearly) anniversary
cf.: zìtsaltrr
zìskrrmipaw[zɪ.skrˌ.ˈmi.paw]n.
spring
(season of growth)
zìskrrsom[zɪ.skrˌ.ˈsom]n.
summer
zìskrrtsawn[zɪ.skrˌ.ˈ͡tsawn]n.
fall
autumn
(season of harvesting)
zìskrrwew[zɪ.skrˌ.ˈwɛw]n.
winter
zìtsaltrr[zɪt.ˈsal.trˌ]n.
(yearly) anniversary
colloquial form of zìsìtsaltrr
zo[zo]vin.
be well
be intact
be as it should be
work correctly
work as nature intended
zola'u nìprrte'[zo.ˈla.ʔu nɪ.ˈprˌ.tɛʔ]oth.idiom
welcome
zong[zoŋ]vtr.
save
defend
zongtseng[ˈzoŋ.͡tsɛŋ]n.
safe place
refuge
zoplo[zop.ˈlo]n.
offence
insult
zoplo si[zop.ˈlo si]vin.(2,2)
offend s.o.
insult s.o.
zoslu[ˈzo.slu]vin.(2,2)
heal
become well
get fixed
zum[zum]n.
object
thing
(physical and tangible)
zun[zun]conj.
if (for counterfactual conditionals)
zung[zuŋ]vin.
crouch
zup[zup]vin.
fall
zusawkrr[zu.ˈsaw.krˌ]n.temp
future