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Latvian: English Meaning Index

Jonathan Slocum, Lilita Zalkalns, and Peteris Vanags

This English Index lists, in alphabetical order, seemingly significant words used in the "general meaning" glosses of Base Forms underlying one or more surface (word) forms in lesson texts. For each English word, base forms having that word in their general meanings are shown, along with links to every usage, in every numbered lesson, of the associated surface forms. With this index, one may click on any link to perform a quick "usage look-up," and thereby study how surface forms in texts are constructed from base forms sharing a general English meaning word. In order to reduce clutter in this index, certain high-frequency English "function" words are ignored unless there are no "content" words in the meaning.

This index was created by software, not by human hand, using lesson materials authored with very few constraints on the expression of "meaning" other than it being in English. Selecting significant words from free-form text via software is a notoriously difficult task. For example, while most meanings in these lessons are expressed as "glosses," some or parts may be comments directed toward the human reader, who is expected to discern the difference. Computer software cannot yet make such subtle linguistic distinctions, so all words in a meaning are treated alike. With few exceptions, then, all words are indexed. The results are neither produced nor presented with any claims to superior linguistic sensitivity, but at least the full meaning texts are shown for your inspection and judgment. Modest effort was invested in tuning the software to ignore [apparently] superfluous, high-frequency words (e.g., the preposition "of") that, in the presence of [apparently] more important words, contribute little or no useful information to an index; unfortunately this may result in some words, in some contexts, being unfairly omitted.

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ABANDON :   <atsta't, atsta'ju, atsta'ju>   leave, depart, abandon   --
9.40
ABLE :   <jauda't, jauda'ju, jauda'ju>   be able, can   --
8.24
ABOUT :   <ap>   around, by, near, about   --
9.100
ACT :   <ri'koties, ri'kojos, ri'kojos>   to busy one's self, act, behave   --
9.99
AFTER :   <tad>   then, after that   --
8.38, 10.19
AGE :   <vecums>   age   --
9.37
ALL :   <aizvien>   all the time, the whole time   --
8.160
ALL :   <arvien>   all the time, the whole time   --
8.42, 8.44, 9.94
ALL :   <gandri'z>   almost, nearly, all but   --
8.25
ALL :   <viss>   all   --
10.71, 10.84
ALL :   <viss>   all, everything   --
9.41
ALMOST :   <gandri'z>   almost, nearly, all but   --
8.25
ALONE :   <viens>   one, alone   --
9.7
AMONG :   <starp>   between, among   --
10.90, 10.141
ANCESTOR :   <sencis>   ancestor   --
9.176
AND :   <un>   and   --
8.111, 8.118, 8.136, 8.141, 8.155, 8.158, 9.17, 9.46, 9.56, 9.67, 9.107, 9.127, 10.5, 10.27, 10.51, 10.70, 10.82, 10.87, 10.108, 10.130
ANYONE :   <ka'da>   someone, anyone   --
9.129
APPROACH :   <tuvoties, tuvojos, tuvojos>   approach   --
9.35
APPROACH :   <tuvoties, tuvojos, tuvojos>   to approach   --
8.64
AROUND :   <ap>   around, by, near, about   --
9.100
AROUND :   <kuste'ties, kustos, kuste'jos>   to move around, work   --
9.160
ASK :   <izklausi't, izklausu, izklausi'ju>   to inquire, ask   --
10.93
AWFUL :   <s'ausmi'gs>   terrible, horrible, awful   --
8.45
BABBLE :   <mulde't, muldu, mulde'ju>   to babble, rave   --
8.137
BE :   <bu't, esmu, biju>   to be   --
8.132, 8.153, 8.167, 9.30, 9.59, 9.90, 9.144, 10.9, 10.37, 10.45, 10.99, 10.118, 10.138, 10.150
BECAUSE :   <jo>   because   --
9.13, 10.43, 10.116, 10.147
BECAUSE :   <ta'pe'c>   therefore, because   --
9.31
BECOME :   <palikt, palieku, paliku>   remain, become   --
8.10
BEE :   <bite>   bee   --
9.11, 9.14
BEGIN :   <sa'kt, sa'ku, sa'ku>   begin   --
8.54
BEHAVE :   <ri'koties, ri'kojos, ri'kojos>   to busy one's self, act, behave   --
9.99
BELT :   <siksna>   belt   --
9.168
BENEATH :   <zem>   under, beneath   --
9.180
BETHLEHEM :   <Bethlehem>   Bethlehem   --
10.10, 10.112, 10.132
BETWEEN :   <starp>   between, among   --
10.90, 10.141
BIG :   <liels>   big   --
10.143
BIRKENBAUMS :   <Birkenbaums>   Birkenbaums   --
8.151
BITE :   <kodi't,kodu, kodi'ju>   bite repeatedly   --
8.119
BLEACH :   <balina't, balinu, balina'ju>   to bleach   --
9.162
BLINK :   <pamirks'k'ina't, pamirks'k'inu, pamirks'k'ina'ju>   blink   --
8.29
BODY :   <miesa>   flesh, body   --
9.45
BORN :   <dzimt, dzimstu, dzimu>   to be born   --
10.8, 10.100
BORN :   <piedzimt, piedzimstu, piedzimu>   to be born   --
10.39
BUSY :   <ri'koties, ri'kojos, ri'kojos>   to busy one's self, act, behave   --
9.99
BUT :   <bet>   but, yet, however   --
8.37
BUT :   <gandri'z>   almost, nearly, all but   --
8.25
BY :   <ap>   around, by, near, about   --
9.100
BY :   <gara'm>   past, by   --
8.82
BY :   <pamaza'm>   gradually, little by little   --
9.34
CALM :   <apmierina't, apmierinu, apmierina'ju>   to satisfy, calm down   --
9.137
CAN :   <jauda't, jauda'ju, jauda'ju>   be able, can   --
8.24
CARVED :   <izmaukt, izmaucu, izmaucu>   hollowed out, carved from   --
9.145
CHARLIE :   <Ka'rle'ns>   Charlie   --
8.150
CHARM :   <apva'rdot, apva'rdoju, apva'rdoju>   to charm   --
9.112
CHIEF :   <augsts>   high, chief   --
10.85
CHILD :   <be'rns>   child   --
9.130
CHRIST :   <Kristus>   Christ   --
10.98
CHURCH :   <bazni'ca>   church   --
9.12
CLOUD :   <ma'koni'tis>   little cloud   --
8.53, 8.166
COARSE :   <pakula>   coarse linen   --
9.163
COAT :   <kaz'oks>   fur coat   --
8.121
COLLAR :   <atloks>   collar   --
9.166
COME :   <na'kt, na'ku, na'cu>   to come   --
10.20, 10.52, 10.152
COUNTRY :   <zeme>   land, country   --
10.13, 10.24, 10.50, 10.115, 10.134
COVER :   <apsegt, apsedzu, apsedzu>   to cover   --
9.102
COW :   <gotin'a>   little cow   --
9.115
DECREASE :   <dilt, dilstu, dilu>   decrease, wane, dwindle   --
8.55
DEPART :   <atsta't, atsta'ju, atsta'ju>   leave, depart, abandon   --
9.40
DEPARTING :   <lais'ana's>   departing   --
9.134
DESCEND :   <nolaisties, nolaiz'os, nolaidos>   to descend   --
8.93
DISAPPEAR :   <nozust, nozu'du, nozudu>   to disappear   --
8.168
DISPOSAL :   <ri'ci'ba>   at someone's disposal   --
9.20
DO :   <padari't, padaru, padar'iju>   to do, make   --
9.63
DOWN :   <apmierina't, apmierinu, apmierina'ju>   to satisfy, calm down   --
9.137
DOWN :   <ats'l'u'kt, ats'l'u'cu, ats'l'u'cu>   to slip down   --
8.133
DOWN :   <noga'zties, noga'z'os, noga'zos>   to tumble down   --
8.110
DRY :   <izz'a've't, izz'a've'ju, izz'a've'ju>   dry out   --
9.62
DRY :   <kalte't, kalte'ju, kalte'ju>   to dry   --
9.69
DWINDLE :   <dilt, dilstu, dilu>   decrease, wane, dwindle   --
8.55
EACH :   <katrs>   each, every   --
9.171
EAST :   <austrums>   east   --
10.23, 10.49
EMBRACE :   <apkampt, apkampju, apkampu>   to embrace   --
8.154
EQUAL :   <li'dzi'gs>   similar, equal to   --
9.65
EQUALLY :   <vienli'dzi'gi>   equally   --
8.11
EVEN :   <pat>   even   --
8.26
EVERY :   <katrs>   each, every   --
9.171
EVERYBODY :   <visi>   everybody, everyone   --
8.95
EVERYONE :   <visi>   everybody, everyone   --
8.95
EVERYTHING :   <viss>   all, everything   --
9.41
EYE :   <acs>   eye   --
8.28, 9.184
EYEBROW :   <uzacs>   eyebrow   --
9.182
FACE :   <g'i'mis>   face   --
8.96
FACE :   <seja>   face   --
9.103
FAMILY :   <saime>   family   --
9.124
FIGURE :   <sta'vs>   stature, figure, frame   --
9.61
FISHERMAN :   <zvejnieks>   fisherman   --
8.21
FLAG :   <plaga>   flag   --
8.104
FLASH :   <zibina't, zibinu, zibina'ju>   to flash   --
9.178
FLEE :   <aizbe'gt, aizbe'gu, aizbe'gu>   to flee   --
9.126
FLESH :   <miesa>   flesh, body   --
9.45
FOOT :   <ka'ja>   foot   --
8.117
FOR :   <uz>   on, for   --
9.133
FRAME :   <sta'vs>   stature, figure, frame   --
9.61
FRIGHTENED :   <izsabija'ties, izsabija'jos, izsabija'jos>   to be frightened   --
10.68
FROM :   <no>   from   --
9.72, 9.141, 9.146, 10.22, 10.95, 10.145, 10.148
FUR :   <kaz'oks>   fur coat   --
8.121
GAZE :   <skati'ties, skatos, skati'jos>   look at, gaze,stare   --
8.23
GIRD :   <apjozt, apjoz'u, apjozu>   to gird (round)   --
9.169
GO :   <palaist, palaiz'u, palaidu>   to let go, release   --
8.107
GOD :   <dievins>   God   --
9.177
GOD :   <dievs>   god   --
9.114
GOOD :   <labs>   good   --
8.5
GOVERNOR :   <valdnieks>   governor, leader   --
10.154
GRADUALLY :   <pamaza'm>   gradually, little by little   --
9.34
GRANDFATHER :   <vecte'vs>   grandfather   --
9.5
GRINTALS :   <Gri'nta'ls>   Grintals   --
8.156
HAND :   <roka>   hand   --
9.106
HE :   <vin's'>   he   --
8.22, 8.39, 8.65, 8.67, 8.80, 9.15, 9.19, 9.33, 9.44, 9.60, 9.93, 9.111, 9.125, 9.135, 9.158, 10.46, 10.69, 10.74, 10.94
HEAR :   <dzirde't, dzirdu, dzirde'ju>   to hear   --
10.67
HEAVEN :   <debess>   heaven, sky   --
9.55
HEROD :   <Herods>   Herod   --
10.16, 10.65
HIGH :   <augsts>   high, chief   --
10.85
HIMSELF :   <pats>   himself   --
9.8
HIS :   <sava>   his   --
9.10, 9.179
HIS :   <savs>   his   --
8.120
HOLDER :   <ture'ta'js>   holder   --
8.105
HOLLOWED :   <izmaukt, izmaucu, izmaucu>   hollowed out, carved from   --
9.145
HORRIBLE :   <s'ausmi'gs>   terrible, horrible, awful   --
8.45
HOSE :   <s'l'i'cene>   hose   --
9.142
HOWEVER :   <bet>   but, yet, however   --
8.37
HUMAN :   <cilve'ks>   person, human being   --
9.39
IF :   <ja>   if   --
9.128
IN :   <ieks'>   in   --
10.11, 10.113
INCREASINGLY :   <vaira'k>   more, increasingly   --
9.173
INQUIRE :   <izklausi't, izklausu, izklausi'ju>   to inquire, ask   --
10.93
INSTRUMENT :   <kokle>   kokle, traditional music instrument   --
9.79
INVITE :   <saaicina't, saaicinu, saaicina'ju>   to invite   --
10.83
ISRAEL :   <Israe'lis>   Israel   --
10.159
JERUSALEM :   <Jeruza'leme>   Jerusalem   --
10.26, 10.72
JESUS :   <Je'zus>   Jesus   --
10.7
JEW :   <ju'ds>   Jew   --
10.12, 10.42, 10.114, 10.133
JUDAH :   <Ju'ds>   Judah   --
10.146
JUNE :   <ju'nijs>   June   --
9.87
KING :   <k'e'nin's'>   king   --
10.15, 10.40, 10.64
KOKLE :   <kokle>   kokle, traditional music instrument   --
9.79
LADDER :   <trepi'tes>   step ladder   --
9.97
LAND :   <zeme>   land, country   --
10.13, 10.24, 10.50, 10.115, 10.134
LARGE :   <liels>   large   --
8.12
LATVIAN :   <latvietis>   Latvian   --
9.75
LAUGH :   <smieties, smejos, sme'jos>   to laugh   --
8.142
LEAD :   <valdi't, valdu, valdi'ju>   to lead, rule   --
10.160
LEADER :   <valdnieks>   governor, leader   --
10.154
LEAVE :   <aizbraukt, aizbraucu, aizbraucu>   to leave   --
8.81
LEAVE :   <atsta't, atsta'ju, atsta'ju>   leave, depart, abandon   --
9.40
LET :   <palaist, palaiz'u, palaidu>   to let go, release   --
8.107
LIKE :   <ka'>   as, like   --
8.90
LIKE :   <patikt, pati'ku, patiku>   to like   --
9.43
LINDEN :   <liepa>   linden tree   --
9.70
LINEN :   <pakula>   coarse linen   --
9.163
LITTLE :   <gotin'a>   little cow   --
9.115
LITTLE :   <ma'koni'tis>   little cloud   --
8.53, 8.166
LITTLE :   <maza>   little   --
10.140
LITTLE :   <pamaza'm>   gradually, little by little   --
9.34
LITTLE :   <stabin's'>   little pillar   --
8.9
LONG :   <ilgi>   long, for a long time   --
9.66
LONGISH :   <garens>   longish   --
8.7
LOOK :   <skati'ties, skatos, skati'jos>   look at, gaze,stare   --
8.23
LOOK :   <skati'ties, skatos, skati'jos>   to look, stare   --
8.159
LOOK :   <skats>   look, sight, view   --
8.40
LORD :   <kungs>   lord, master   --
10.144
LOVE :   <mi'le't, mi'lu, mi'le'ju>   love   --
9.6, 9.16
MAKE :   <padari't, padaru, padar'iju>   to do, make   --
9.63
MAKE :   <taisi't, taisu, taisi'ju>   to make   --
9.76
MAN :   <gudrais>   wise man   --
10.21
MASTER :   <kungs>   lord, master   --
10.144
MAYBE :   <varbu't>   perhaps, maybe, possibly   --
9.28
MONTH :   <me'nesis>   month   --
9.88
MORE :   <vaira'k>   more, increasingly   --
9.173
MOVE :   <kuste'ties, kustos, kuste'jos>   move   --
8.20
MOVE :   <kuste'ties, kustos, kuste'jos>   to move around, work   --
9.160
MUSIC :   <kokle>   kokle, traditional music instrument   --
9.79
MY :   <mans>   my   --
10.157
NAME :   <va'rds>   word, name   --
8.140
NEAR :   <ap>   around, by, near, about   --
9.100
NEARLY :   <gandri'z>   almost, nearly, all but   --
8.25
NEEDY :   <nabags>   poor, needy   --
8.130
NEW :   <jauna>   young, new   --
9.147
NIGHT :   <nakts>   night   --
8.91
NO :   <neviena>   nobody, no one, not a single   --
9.123
NOBODY :   <neviena>   nobody, no one, not a single   --
9.123
NOT :   <ne>   not   --
8.20, 8.24, 8.27, 8.68, 8.70, 8.139, 9.43, 9.102, 9.126, 10.136
NOT :   <neviena>   nobody, no one, not a single   --
9.123
OLD :   <vecais>   the old   --
9.175
OLD :   <vecs>   old   --
9.74
ON :   <uz>   on, for   --
9.133
ONE :   <neviena>   nobody, no one, not a single   --
9.123
ONE :   <ri'koties, ri'kojos, ri'kojos>   to busy one's self, act, behave   --
9.99
ONE :   <runa'ties, runa'jos, runa'jos>   to talk to one's self   --
9.110
ONE :   <sava>   one's   --
9.77, 9.113
ONE :   <taisi'ties, taisos, taisi'jos>   to prepare one's self   --
9.132
ONE :   <viens>   one, alone   --
9.7
OPEN :   <val'a'>   open   --
8.108
OR :   <vai>   or   --
8.69
OVER :   <pa'r>   over   --
10.156
PAST :   <gara'm>   past, by   --
8.82
PASTOR :   <ma'ci'ta'js>   pastor   --
10.89
PEOPLE :   <l'audis>   people   --
10.92, 10.158
PERHAPS :   <varbu't>   perhaps, maybe, possibly   --
9.28
PERIOD :   <laiks>   time, period   --
9.92
PERSON :   <cilve'ks>   person, human being   --
9.39
PILLAR :   <stabin's'>   little pillar   --
8.9
PINE :   <priedi'te>   pine   --
9.148
PLACE :   <vieta>   place   --
8.164
POLE :   <ka'rts>   pole   --
8.106
POOR :   <nabags>   poor, needy   --
8.130
POSSIBLY :   <varbu't>   perhaps, maybe, possibly   --
9.28
PREPARE :   <taisi'ties, taisos, taisi'jos>   to prepare one's self   --
9.132
PRIEST :   <priesteris>   priest   --
10.86
PROPHET :   <pravietis>   prophet   --
10.122
RAVE :   <mulde't, muldu, mulde'ju>   to babble, rave   --
8.137
RED :   <sarkanais>   the red   --
8.113
RELEASE :   <laist, laiz'u, laidu>   to release   --
9.131
RELEASE :   <palaist, palaiz'u, palaidu>   to let go, release   --
8.107
REMAIN :   <palikt, palieku, paliku>   remain, become   --
8.10
REPEATEDLY :   <kodi't,kodu, kodi'ju>   bite repeatedly   --
8.119
ROUND :   <apjozt, apjoz'u, apjozu>   to gird (round)   --
9.169
RULE :   <valdi't, valdu, valdi'ju>   to lead, rule   --
10.160
SATISFY :   <apmierina't, apmierinu, apmierina'ju>   to satisfy, calm down   --
9.137
SAY :   <saci't, saku, saci'ju>   to say   --
10.28, 10.110
SEE :   <redze't, redzu, redze'ju>   to see   --
8.68, 8.71, 9.95, 10.18, 10.48
SELF :   <ri'koties, ri'kojos, ri'kojos>   to busy one's self, act, behave   --
9.99
SELF :   <runa'ties, runa'jos, runa'jos>   to talk to one's self   --
9.110
SELF :   <taisi'ties, taisos, taisi'jos>   to prepare one's self   --
9.132
SERVE :   <apkalpot, apkalpoju, apkalpoju>   serve   --
9.9
SET :   <mesties, metos, metos>   set in   --
8.41
SET :   <uzlaist, uzlaiz'u, uzlaidu>   to set on   --
9.138
SHADOW :   <e'na>   shadow   --
8.92
SHIRT :   <krekls>   shirt   --
8.114, 9.167
SIGHT :   <skats>   look, sight, view   --
8.40
SIMILAR :   <li'dzi'gs>   similar, equal to   --
9.65
SIMILAR :   <li'dzina't, li'dzinu, li'dzina'ju>   to be similar to   --
9.174
SINGLE :   <neviena>   nobody, no one, not a single   --
9.123
SINK :   <nogrimt, nogrimu, nogrimu>   to sink   --
9.183
SKRASTINS :   <Skrastin's'>   Skrastins   --
8.131
SKY :   <debess>   heaven, sky   --
9.55
SLED :   <ragavas>   sled, sleigh   --
8.135
SLEEVE :   <piedurkne>   sleeve   --
8.122
SLEIGH :   <ragavas>   sled, sleigh   --
8.135
SLIP :   <ats'l'u'kt, ats'l'u'cu, ats'l'u'cu>   to slip down   --
8.133
SLOW :   <le'ni>   slow   --
9.68, 9.109
SMOKE :   <du'la'gs>   smoke stick   --
9.105
SMOKE :   <du'ms>   smoke   --
8.8
SO :   <ta'>   so, thus   --
9.157, 10.117
SOMEONE :   <ka'da>   someone, anyone   --
9.129
SOMEONE :   <ri'ci'ba>   at someone's disposal   --
9.20
SONOROUS :   <skani'ga>   sonorous   --
9.78
SPIRIT :   <gars'>   spirit   --
9.47
STAND :   <sta've't, sta'vu, sta've'ju>   to stand   --
8.157
STAR :   <zvaigzne>   star   --
10.47
STARE :   <skati'ties, skatos, skati'jos>   look at, gaze,stare   --
8.23
STARE :   <skati'ties, skatos, skati'jos>   to look, stare   --
8.159
STATURE :   <sta'vs>   stature, figure, frame   --
9.61
STEAMBOAT :   <tvaikonis>   steamboat   --
8.63
STEP :   <paka'pties, paka'pjos, paka'pos>   to step up   --
9.98
STEP :   <trepi'tes>   step ladder   --
9.97
STICK :   <du'la'gs>   smoke stick   --
9.105
STIFF :   <sti'vs>   stiff   --
8.43
STILL :   <ve'l>   still, yet   --
8.161
SUCCUMB :   <padoties, padodos, padevos>   surrender, succumb   --
9.18
SUMMIT :   <galotne>   top, summit   --
9.149
SUN :   <saule>   sun, sunlight, sunshine   --
9.58
SUNLIGHT :   <saule>   sun, sunlight, sunshine   --
9.58
SUNSHINE :   <saule>   sun, sunlight, sunshine   --
9.58
SURRENDER :   <padoties, padodos, padevos>   surrender, succumb   --
9.18
SWARMING :   <spietos'ana>   swarming   --
9.91
TALK :   <runa'ties, runa'jos, runa'jos>   to talk to one's self   --
9.110
TERRIBLE :   <s'ausmi'gs>   terrible, horrible, awful   --
8.45
TEXT :   <raksts>   text, writing   --
10.88
THAT :   <ka>   that   --
9.32
THAT :   <kas>   that   --
9.42, 9.143, 10.155
THAT :   <tad>   then, after that   --
8.38, 10.19
THAT :   <tas, ta'>   that   --
8.66, 8.79, 8.109, 8.163, 9.29, 9.36, 9.64, 9.136, 9.139, 10.14, 10.38, 10.41, 10.53, 10.63, 10.66, 10.91, 10.96, 10.109, 10.111, 10.121, 10.139, 10.142, 10.153
THEN :   <tad>   then, after that   --
8.38, 10.19
THERE :   <tur>   there   --
8.138, 9.108, 9.159
THEREFORE :   <ta'pe'c>   therefore, because   --
9.31
THICK :   <bieza>   thick   --
9.181
THROUGH :   <caur>   through   --
10.120
THUS :   <ta'>   so, thus   --
9.157, 10.117
TIGHTLY :   <cieti>   tightly   --
8.152
TIME :   <aizvien>   all the time, the whole time   --
8.160
TIME :   <arvien>   all the time, the whole time   --
8.42, 8.44, 9.94
TIME :   <ilgi>   long, for a long time   --
9.66
TIME :   <laiks>   time   --
8.6, 10.17
TIME :   <laiks>   time, period   --
9.92
TO :   <bu't, esmu, biju>   to be   --
8.132, 8.153, 8.167, 9.30, 9.59, 9.90, 9.144, 10.9, 10.37, 10.45, 10.99, 10.118, 10.138, 10.150
TOGETHER :   <ar>   with, together, and   --
8.116, 9.104, 9.170, 10.73
TOP :   <galotne>   top, summit   --
9.149
TRADITIONAL :   <kokle>   kokle, traditional music instrument   --
9.79
TRAMPLE :   <mi'di't, mi'du, mi'di'ju>   to tread, trample   --
8.115
TREAD :   <mi'di't, mi'du, mi'di'ju>   to tread, trample   --
8.115
TREE :   <koks>   tree, wood   --
9.71, 9.101
TREE :   <liepa>   linden tree   --
9.70
TROUSERS :   <bikses>   trousers   --
9.164
TUMBLE :   <noga'zties, noga'z'os, noga'zos>   to tumble down   --
8.110
UNDER :   <zem>   under, beneath   --
9.180
UNDERSTAND :   <saprast, saprotu, sapratu>   to understand   --
8.139
UP :   <paka'pties, paka'pjos, paka'pos>   to step up   --
9.98
UPON :   <uz>   on, upon   --
8.94, 8.134, 8.162, 9.96, 10.25
VIEW :   <skats>   look, sight, view   --
8.40
WANE :   <dilt, dilstu, dilu>   decrease, wane, dwindle   --
8.55
WANT :   <gribe't, gribu, gribe'ju>   to want   --
8.70
WATER :   <u'dens>   water   --
9.140
WHEN :   <kad>   when   --
9.38, 9.89, 10.6, 10.62
WHERE :   <kur>   where   --
8.165, 10.36, 10.97
WHICH :   <kas>   which   --
9.73, 10.137
WHITE :   <balti>   white   --
9.161
WHITE :   <balts>   white   --
9.165
WHOLE :   <aizvien>   all the time, the whole time   --
8.160
WHOLE :   <arvien>   all the time, the whole time   --
8.42, 8.44, 9.94
WISE :   <gudrais>   wise man   --
10.21
WOOD :   <koks>   tree, wood   --
9.71, 9.101
WORD :   <va'rds>   word, name   --
8.140
WORK :   <kuste'ties, kustos, kuste'jos>   to move around, work   --
9.160
WORSHIP :   <pielu'gt, pielu'dzu, pielu'dzu>   to worship   --
10.54
WRITE :   <raksti't, rakstu, raksti'ju>   to write   --
10.119
WRITING :   <raksts>   text, writing   --
10.88
YEAR :   <gads>   year   --
9.57, 9.172
YET :   <bet>   but, yet, however   --
8.37
YET :   <ve'l>   still, yet   --
8.161
YOU :   <tu>   you   --
10.131, 10.135, 10.149
YOUNG :   <jauna>   young, new   --
9.147
ZALGA :   <Zal'ga>   Zalga   --
8.112