An Omni English Dictionary

First Published: March 26, 2009

k-: y/n question
k-: generic
os: definite
-a: absolutive
dos: instrumental
-e: ergative
l(e)-: genitive
ma: locative/adessive
s'-: see si'-
si'-: not, s'- before a vowel or an approximant
fayun: rule
ime: head
karu: day
karukama: today
karunyu: yesterday
karuset: tomorrow
kol: school
habu: table
hana: book, pl. hahana
la: it
lut: green
mes: existence
Omni: Omni (the language)
silete: question, pl. silatep
tal: something / what
tik: word, pl. titik
tite: bar/pipe
tumes: accident
kihu: one
kire: two
kisa: three
kirek: four
kikuk: five
kikuhu: six
kilop: seven
kirerek: eight
kihota: nine
kidu: ten
kidu ga hu: eleven
kidu ga re: twelve
-a: subject he/she
-ak: subject it/that
ama: there
-ap: subject they/them
kusak: that
kusehu: this one
kusey: this
kusku: that one
hani: you
hono: me
-i: subject you singular
-ip: subject you plural
la: it
la-: object he/she/it/them
li-: object you (singular or plural)
lo-: object me/us
-o: subject me/I
-op: subject us/we
-est: see -set
-eya: see -yawa
-in: passive
-la: imperfective
-set: intransitive, -est following a consonant
-(y)e: future
-(y)o: present
-(ya)l: past
-yawa: transitive, -eya following a consonant
bag: to say
d: to hope
du: to be
g: to have (abstract?)
hek: to thank
ih: to go
je: to come
jun: to write
katu: to be required
kit: to break
ko: to decide/make/create
leym: to have (concrete?)
na: to play/have fun/like/joke
se: to die
siletir: to ask
so: to say
tami: to hit
ti-: derive verb from a noun
til: to think (of)
yahu: to want
ye: to want
yil: to mean something
yu: to use
-i: derive Adj from a noun
mak: just/only
-ema: derive Adv from a noun
di… ha…: first… then…
ga: and
kete: but
mit… ha…: if… then…
i: with/together
-n-: between vowels

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