Miwāfu Dictionary

aēno /a.eː.no/ n. 1. Bird eggs.
aèno /a.ꜜe.no/ v. 1. To destroy something by crushing it.
afukijòmu /a.ɸɯ.ki.ꜜdʑo.mɯ/ v. 1. To shape or manipulate the physical form using magic. 2. To sculpt solid materials.
ashyobyūpa /a.ɕjo.bjɯː.pa/ n. 1. A chrysanthemum. 2. A flower with a lot of petals.
ashyobyùpa /a.ɕjo.ꜜbjɯ.pa/ v. 1. To use many different tools or techinques to look beautiful.
bába /ꜛba.ba/ n. 1. Heart.
barichi /ba.ɾi.tɕi̥/ adj. 1. Mundane, non-magical.
barichirōma /ba.ɾi.tɕi.ɾoː.ma/ n. 1. Magic-less person.
bedàno /be.ꜜda.no/ n. 1. A pinch of something, used for cooking. 2. 1/64th of a wudūna used for measuring delicate weights. 3. (OOW) 0.2 grams.
benkidōfu /be.ŋki.doː.ɸɯ̥/ n. 1. The natural shielding of resonance damage against the weaker of two opposing magical fields.
bichìru /bi.ꜜtɕi.ɾɯ/ n. 1. A traditional drink of the northern desert primarily made from fermented cactus sap. It typically has a milky appearance.
bidāno /bi.daː.no/ v. 1. To be nit-picky or find fault in tiny details.
bidàno /bi.ꜜda.no/ n. 1. A pinch of something, used for cooking.
bidosomi /bi.do.so.mi/ adj. 1. Personalized or customized for an individual. 2. A spirit that has a personal or unique manifestion for individual members of the clan. This manifestion can be a physical or an ethereal one. adv. 1. An action that is tailored or adapted for the subject.
bikìku /bi.ꜜki̥.kɯ̥/ n. 1. Flea, louse.
bimúgi /bi.ꜛmɯ.ɡi/ n. 1. Horn.
bíre /ꜛbi.ɾe/ n. 1. Night.
bochigomāsu /bo.tɕi.ɡo.maː.sɯ̥/ v. 1. Do perform something that takes a week to complete.
bokìko /bo.ꜜki̥.ko/ n. 1. Fire smoke.
bozo /bo.zo/ v. 1. To cook or prepare a large meal.
bozo /bo.zo/ v. 1. To cook or prepare a small meal or snack. 2. To prepare a meal for oneself.
bùpo /ꜜbɯ.po/ v. 1. Swim.
bupòbo /bɯ.ꜜpo.bo/ n. 1. Fish.
burukāno /bɯ.ɾɯ.kaː.no/ n. 1. The tendency for members of the same clan to exhibit common traits, morals, and decisions common with the clan's spirit.
byān /bjaːɴ/ n. 1. Green.
byóbi /ꜛbjo.bi/ n. 1. A male rabbit, hare, or other member of the leporine family.
byōbi /bjoː.bi/ n. 1. As byòbi but a young bunny or kit.
byòbi /ꜜbjo.bi/ n. 1. As byòbi but female.
byomokīshi /bjo.mo.kiː.ɕi̥/ n. 1. Non-desert people.
byomushīke /bjo.mɯ.ɕiː.ke/ n. 1. Outsider.
byóni /ꜛbjo.ni/ v. 1. To bawl or cry loudly. 2. To break down sobbing.
byòni /ꜜbjo.ni/ v. 1. To have a little cry.
chidóna /tɕi.ꜛdo.na/ v. 1. To throw or cause many small problems in rapid succession.
chidōna /tɕi.doː.na/ n. 1. Pebbles or small rocks.
chifu /tɕi̥.ɸɯ̥/ adj. 1. Long.
chifúmo /tɕi.ꜛɸɯ.mo/ n. 1. Cold weather.
chimōga /tɕi.moː.ɡa/ n. 1. A measurement of distance. 2. A surveyor's chain of 66 feet or 4 romōga.
chimòga /tɕi.ꜜmo.ɡa/ v. 1. To measure or pace something out that is approximately a chimōga distance. 2. To measure something out in terms of chimōga distance.
chirùni /tɕi.ꜜɾɯ.ni/ n. 1. Warm weather.
chisogúra /tɕi̥.so.ꜛɡɯ.ɾa/ n. 1. A physical and spiritual call for help from other clan members.
chisogūra /tɕi̥.so.ɡɯː.ɾa/ v. 1. To make a spiritual call for help from other clan members.
chisokúku /tɕi̥.so.ꜛkɯ.kɯ̥/ n. 1. The amount of water a clan needs in a day. 2. A volume of liquid equal to 66 kokéku. 3. (OOW) A volume of liquid equal to 264 liters.
chobíre /tɕo.ꜛbi.ɾe/ n. 1. The moon.
chóchi /ꜛtɕo.tɕi̥/ n. 1. A lunar cycle or month.
chon /tɕoɴ/ adj. 1. Black.
chonèsu /tɕo.ꜜne.sɯ̥/ n. 1. Stars.
chóta /ꜛtɕo.ta/ n. 1. A lunar "day".
chotafúchi /tɕo.ta.ꜛɸɯ.tɕi̥/ n. 1. The period where the moon is below the horizon. 2. When moon-based powers don't work.
chyomīgu /tɕjo.miː.ɡɯ/ n. 1. 1/10th of a domīgu. 2. (OOW) 2.01 centimeters.
chyōna /tɕjoː.na/ n. 1. An internal organ.
chyóre /ꜛtɕjo.ɾe/ n. 1. Snake 2. mizonekima chyòre - giant snake
chyotemakonakìfu /tɕjo.te.ma.ko.na.ꜜki̥.ɸɯ̥/ n. 1. A short poem of two or more phrases where every phrase is the same number of syllables.
chyubíne /tɕjɯ.ꜛbi.ne/ n. 1. A male jack-of-trades, someone who had a wide variety of skills.
chyubīne /tɕjɯ.biː.ne/ n. 1. A child who has many skills but no specialization. 2. A child with an uncertain clan affiliation.
chyubìne /tɕjɯ.ꜜbi.ne/ n. 1. As *chyubìne* (noun 1), but female.
chyuréna /tɕjɯ.ꜛɾe.na/ n. 1. A male of a clan which does not have significantly differing levels of magical power among its members.
chyurèna /tɕjɯ.ꜜɾe.na/ n. 1. As *chyurèna* (noun 1), but female.
dakyófu /da.ꜛkjo.ɸɯ̥/ v. 1. To anticipate an unplesant conversation.
dakyòfu /da.ꜜkjo.ɸɯ̥/ v. 1. To channel magic into a weapon to make it stronger or resilent to attack magic.
daníchyo /da.ꜛni.tɕjo/ n. 1. An impromptu hiding spot.
danīchyo /da.niː.tɕjo/ n. 1. A bird's nest.
danìchyo /da.ꜜni.tɕjo/ v. 1. To create something for personal joy.
datemo /da.te.mo/ adv. 1. To perform an action with perception magic.
datēmo /da.teː.mo/ v. 1. To percieve or observe.
datèmo /da.ꜜte.mo/ v. 1. To look intently or analyze.
dātsu /daː.tsɯ̥/ n. 1. The basic unit of weight equal to sofùki worth of clean water. 2. (OOW) 1.02 kilograms.
defóni /de.ꜛɸo.ni/ n. 1. Feather.
dému /ꜛde.mɯ/ v. 1. Fly.
dèpa /ꜜde.pa/ n. 1. Bird.
detokíshi /de.to.ꜛki̥.ɕi̥/ n. 1. Desert folk.
detomúsa /de.to.ꜛmɯ.sa/ n. 1. Persistent sand storm.
dodēra /do.deː.ɾa/ n. 1. An object used to hold liquid. 2. A bucket or bowl.
dodèra /do.ꜜde.ɾa/ v. 1. To cup one's hands to hold liquids.
domīgu /do.miː.ɡɯ/ n. 1. 1/100th of a romōga. 2. (OOW) 20.12 centimeters.
dòshyo /ꜜdo.ɕjo/ n. 1. Soil, earth.
dótsu /ꜛdo.tsɯ̥/ n. 1. Home.
fàho /ꜜɸa.ço/ n. 1. ear.
fāmu /ɸaː.mɯ/ n. 1. Eye, eyes.
fapodi /ɸa.po.di/ v. 1. To sprint or run at full speed.
fapodi /ɸa.po.di/ v. 1. To run over long distances. 2. Endurance running.
farūku /ɸa.ɾɯː.kɯ̥/ n. 1. A toad or frog.
fasa /ɸa.sa/ adj. 1. Fast, speedy.
fechi /ɸe.tɕi̥/ adj. 1. Greater or superior in social rank.
fìgi /ꜜɸi.ɡi/ n. 1. Teeth, bite.
fōni /ɸoː.ni/ n. 1. Head.
fopu /ɸo.pɯ/ adj. 1. Full, stuffed.
fúchi /ꜛɸɯ.tɕi̥/ n. 1. Nose.
fūgi /ɸɯː.ɡi/ v. 1. See, sight.
fugímo /ɸɯ.ꜛɡi.mo/ n. 1. Mouth.
fumìga /ɸɯ.ꜜmi.ɡa/ n. 1. Claw.
funāmi /ɸɯ.naː.mi/ n. 1. Sheep or other wool-producing herd creature.
funàmi /ɸɯ.ꜜna.mi/ v. 1. To shave or remove hair.
gabuchigíka /ɡa.bɯ.tɕi.ꜛɡi.ka/ n. 1. 1. A large area of land claimed by a clan. 2. 120 gachigyukōga.
gáchi /ꜛɡa.tɕi̥/ v. 1. Eat.
gachigyukōga /ɡa.tɕi.ɡjɯ.koː.ɡa/ n. 1. A "plot" of land one chimōga by one gyukōga. 2. (OOW) 1 acre.
gamekōji /ɡa.me.koː.dʑi/ n. 1. A miscarriage.
gamibita /ɡa.mi.bi.ta/ adj. 1. A magical talent that charges a physical item with explosive force.
gamibíta /ɡa.mi.ꜛbi.ta/ n. 1. A large explosion that does significant damage.
gamibìta /ɡa.mi.ꜜbi.ta/ n. 1. A bang or sharp noise. 2. Firecrackers or celebratory explosions.
gatíru /ɡa.ꜛtɕi.ɾɯ/ v. 1. To rummage around scraps for food.
gatīru /ɡa.tɕiː.ɾɯ/ n. 1. A wild dog-like creature. 2. A coyote.
ge /ɡe/ adj. 1. My clan.
gén /ꜛɡeɴ/ n. 1. My clan, when referencing a clan with a masculine spirit.
gēn /ɡeːɴ/ n. 1. As *gèn* (noun 1), but as a neuter clan spirit.
gèn /ꜜɡeɴ/ n. 1. As *gèn* (noun 1), but as a feminine clan spirit.
gichyòku /ɡi.ꜜtɕjo.kɯ̥/ n. 1. A cutting or slicing force or energy.
gidajímo /ɡi.da.ꜛdʑi.mo/ n. 1. A marriage between an adult man and woman where the male is the primary or only caretaker for any children (including step-children). v. 1. A marriage ceremony performed with a significant amount of ceremony, guests, or planning.
gidajīmo /ɡi.da.dʑiː.mo/ n. 1. As *gidajìmo* (noun 1), but where either both members are equal in raising children or the marriage has not produced any children.
gidajìmo /ɡi.da.ꜜdʑi.mo/ n. 1. As *gidajìmo* (noun 1), but where the female is the primary or sole caregiver of any children. v. 1. A quiet or private marriage ceremony.
gimetsúi /ɡi.me.ꜛtsɯ.i/ v. 1. To give birth to a living child.
gimetsūi /ɡi.me.tsɯː.i/ v. 1. To lay eggs or other non-live birth.
gitamáfu /ɡi.ta.ꜛma.ɸɯ̥/ v. 1. To project senses or perceptions into someone else.
gitamàfu /ɡi.ta.ꜜma.ɸɯ̥/ n. 1. Shared senses among two or more people. v. 1. To recieve senses from an external source.
gitopóga /ɡi.to.ꜛpo.ɡa/ v. 1. To have unenthusiastic sex solely for purposes of reproduction.
gokōte /ɡo.koː.te/ n. 1. A solar week consisting of eight rōte.
gomāta /ɡo.maː.ta/ n. 1. 1/128 of a māsa. 2. (OOW) About a minute.
gúpa /ꜛɡɯ.pa/ v. 1. Gulp, drink.
gupīji /ɡɯ.piː.dʑi/ n. 1. Valley
gyukōga /ɡjɯ.koː.ɡa/ n. 1. 1. 80 chimōga. 2. 1/9th the distance an average person can walk in a māsa. 3. (OOW) A mile.
hachifōbu /ça.tɕi̥.ɸoː.bɯ/ n. 1. The trial when a teenager about to manifest power and various spirits present themselves to see if there is a natural fit.
hachīfu /ça.tɕiː.ɸɯ̥/ n. 1. Path, road, trail.
hamáni /ça.ꜛma.ni/ v. 1. To seek out a romantic or sexual partner during nocturnal events.
hamāni /ça.maː.ni/ n. 1. A mountain lion. 2. A large cat.
hanáko /ça.ꜛna.ko/ n. 1. A bighorn sheep. v. 1. To butt or interject into a conversation.
hanàko /ça.ꜜna.ko/ n. 1. A large horn of a creature.
hayoka /ça.jo.ka/ adj. 1. Good, favorable.
héru /ꜛçe.ɾɯ/ n. 1. A stallion or male horse.
hēru /çeː.ɾɯ/ n. 1. A foal or young horse.
hèru /ꜜçe.ɾɯ/ n. 1. A mare or female horse.
herudāki /çe.ɾɯ.daː.ki̥/ n. 1. The weight of a horse. 2. 30 madèku. 3. (OOW) 489.6 kilograms.
hichifūma /çi.tɕi̥.ɸɯː.ma/ v. 1. The effort to keep the nature of spirits and the rite of passage secret from children to facilitate the connection to a clan spirit.
hikomíni /çi.ko.ꜛmi.ni/ n. 1. One of the three greater spirits of the desert: Tachìra, Chobìre, or Mifúno.
hikomìni /çi.ko.ꜜmi.ni/ n. 1. A lesser clan spirit, one that gains power from one of the *hikomìni* (noun 1).
hinòto /çi.ꜜno.to/ n. 1. Tail.
hiropadu /çi.ɾo.pa.dzɯ/ v. 1. To kick something with great force.
hiropadu /çi.ɾo.pa.dzɯ/ n. 1. Marks left behind by hooved creatures.
hofúma /ço.ꜛɸɯ.ma/ n. 1. A hawk or raptor. 2. A large hunting bird.
hogano /ço.ɡa.no/ adj. 1. Magical powers that manifest through the combined presence of related creatures as opposed to individual members. Common talents include telepathy, mental control, and projected senses through the members of the species.
hogáno /ço.ꜛɡa.no/ n. 1. A group of anything running around making a great deal of noise and distration.
horanakìfu /ço.ɾa.na.ꜜki̥.ɸɯ̥/ v. 1. To see solace away from others. 2. To sequester oneself for contemplation.
hupodi /çɯ.po.di/ v. 1. Come, approach.
hyobechímo /çjo.be.ꜛtɕi.mo/ v. 1. The process of putting a young adult in mortal danger to reveal their clan and powers. 2. To put someone in mortal danger to reveal their true nature. 3. To stress test something.
hyobechìmo /çjo.be.ꜜtɕi.mo/ n. 1. The ritual of performing *hyobechìmo* (verb 1). 2. The rite of passage for young adults.
hyukadi /çjɯ.ka.di/ v. 1. To volunteer or give assistance.
ikugafu /i.kɯ.ɡa.ɸɯ̥/ adj. 1. To be unkillable. 2. To be impossible to get rid of.
ikugāfu /i.kɯ.ɡaː.ɸɯ̥/ n. 1. A cockroach.
iryóga /i.ꜛɾjo.ɡa/ v. 1. The dread that rises when one's celestial body is about to go below the horizon.
iryōga /i.ɾjoː.ɡa/ n. 1. The moment of despair or longing when someone's associated celestial body goes below the horizon and they lose their magical powers.
itochyòku /i.to.ꜜtɕjo.kɯ̥/ v. 1. The teleport or move without crossing the intervening distance. 2. The move through shadows or mirrors.
jīmo /dʑiː.mo/ n. 1. Cloth, fabric, or textile.
jìmo /ꜜdʑi.mo/ v. 1. To wrap or bind in cloth or fabrics.
jokidófu /dʑo.ki.ꜛdo.ɸɯ̥/ v. 1. To create pain in someone else using magical resonance.
jokidōfu /dʑo.ki.doː.ɸɯ̥/ n. 1. Magical resonance. 2. The field that surrounds mages and artifacts.
jokidòfu /dʑo.ki.ꜜdo.ɸɯ̥/ v. 1. To create discomfort in someone else using magical resonance.
jokofātsu /dʑo.ko.ɸaː.tsɯ̥/ n. 1. A script that has vowels to the right of the consonants. 2. The script of the Western part of the Mifúno desert.
jokofàtsu /dʑo.ko.ꜜɸa.tsɯ̥/ v. 1. To write in a *jokofātsu* script.
jyon /dʑjoɴ/ adj. 1. Yellow.
jyoshya /dʑjo.ɕja/ adj. 1. All.
kadu /ka.dzɯ/ n. 1. Hand.
káfu /ꜛka.ɸɯ̥/ v. 1. Passion.
kàfu /ꜜka.ɸɯ̥/ v. 1. Love, affection.
kafuchi /ka.ɸɯ.tɕi̥/ adj. 1. A spiritual energy that is shared and pools. 2. A manifestion of magic where multiple clan members see the same spirit.
kafùchi /ka.ꜜɸɯ.tɕi̥/ n. 1. A shared memory or magic between close friends or clan members.
kèka /ꜜke.ka/ n. 1. The amount of displacement of an adult woman's fist. 2. (OOW) A volume of liquid equal to 305 milliliters.
kéri /ꜛke.ɾi/ v. 1. Stand.
kìfi /ꜜki̥.ɸi̥/ v. 1. Give, hand over.
kifomakòji /ki̥.ɸo.ma.ꜜko.dʑi/ v. 1. To lose a loved one to death.
kíko /ꜛki̥.ko/ n. 1. Fire, burn.
kikōchyo /ki̥.koː.tɕjo/ n. 1. Ashes of a fire.
kikofūna /ki̥.ko.ɸɯː.na/ n. 1. The minimum area of ash produced from a funeral fire to be considered holy. 2. (OOW) 80 square meters.
kìmu /ꜜki.mɯ/ v. 1. Sit.
kiréki /ki.ꜛɾe.ki̥/ n. 1. Tree.
kíshi /ꜛki̥.ɕi̥/ n. 1. Male, masculine.
kochozo /ko.tɕo.zo/ v. 1. Sleep.
kodi /ko.di/ v. 1. Lie down.
kòdo /ꜜko.do/ n. 1. Stone.
kodóshyo /ko.ꜛdo.ɕjo/ n. 1. Mountain.
kōji /koː.dʑi/ v. 1. Die, death, kill.
kojīfu /ko.dʑiː.ɸɯ̥/ v. 1. Die.
kojinōmi /ko.dʑi.noː.mi/ n. 1. A keeper of the dead. 2. Someone who tends to the dying, recording stories and confessions.
kokéku /ko.ꜛke.kɯ̥/ n. 1. The amount of water an average person needs for a single day in the desert. 2. A volume of liquid equal to 13 kéka. 3. (OOW) A volume of liquid equal to 4 liters.
komiyāza /ko.mi.jaː.za/ n. 1. The temperature where water boils. 2. (OOW) 100 degrees Celsius.
koroma /ko.ɾo.ma/ adj. 1. Cursed.
kúfo /ꜛkɯ.ɸo/ v. 1. To make oneself at home when unwelcomed.
kūfo /kɯː.ɸo/ n. 1. A mouse or rat.
kùfo /ꜜkɯ.ɸo/ v. 1. A worm into a tight space.
kūga /kɯː.ɡa/ v. 1. Hear.
kyóda /ꜛkjo.da/ v. 1. To charge a creature, such as into battle. 2. To sprint or race a creature while riding it.
kyōda /kjoː.da/ v. 1. To ride poorly or without skill. 2. To learn how to ride a creature.
kyòda /ꜜkjo.da/ v. 1. To ride a creature over distances.
kyōn /kjoːɴ/ n. 1. Red.
kyumōgo /kjɯ.moː.ɡo/ n. 1. A measurement of distance. 2. A mile.
kyumògo /kjɯ.ꜜmo.ɡo/ v. 1. To measure or pace something out that is approximately a *kyumōgo* distance.
ma /ma/ adj. 1. Me, I, mine.
madéku /ma.ꜛde.kɯ̥/ n. 1. A weight of 16 dātsu used for measuring heavy items and people. 2. (OOW) 16.32 kilograms.
mán /ꜛmaɴ/ n. 1. Myself, when referencing a masculine person.
mān /maːɴ/ n. 1. As *màn* (noun 1), but as a neuter.
màn /ꜜmaɴ/ n. 1. As *màn* (noun 1), but as a feminine.
māsa /maː.sa/ n. 1. 1/8th of a rōte or solar day.
mashiokajudūfa /ma.ɕi.o.ka.dʑɯ.dzɯː.ɸa/ n. 1. Felony resonance. 2. The crime of destroying things using magical interference.
masotoru /ma.so.to.ɾɯ/ adj. 1. Concerning or using electrical-based magic.
masotóru /ma.so.ꜛto.ɾɯ/ n. 1. Lightning formed from a dust storm.
mekoshi /me.ko.ɕi̥/ adj. 1. To perform an action humbly or without pride.
míchi /ꜛmi.tɕi̥/ v. 1. Smile.
mifūno /mi.ɸɯː.no/ n. 1. The desrt.
mifùno /mi.ꜜɸɯ.no/ n. 1. The desert spirit.
mìga /ꜜmi.ɡa/ n. 1. Meat, flesh.
minafātsu /mi.na.ɸaː.tsɯ̥/ n. 1. Written words or letters of the desert tongue.
miwāfu /mi.waː.ɸɯ̥/ n. 1. Words of the desert.
mobípo /mo.ꜛbi.po/ n. 1. A crow or blackbird.
mobīpo /mo.biː.po/ v. 1. To make loud, persistent noises.
monika /mo.ni.ka/ adj. 1. A magical force that accelerates or speeds a character. adv. 1. To move or run very fast.
mujichi /mɯ.dʑi.tɕi̥/ adj. 1. Dry, powdery
mukìsa /mɯ.ꜜki̥.sa/ n. 1. a fine sand that is difficult to walk along because it is shifting
munísa /mɯ.ꜛni.sa/ n. 1. a coarse grain sand that grates against bare flesh but doesn't blow in light winds
mùsa /ꜜmɯ.sa/ n. 1. Sand (generic).
mushígi /mɯ.ꜛɕi.ɡi/ n. 1. Tongue.
myorégu /mjo.ꜛɾe.ɡɯ/ n. 1. Moron.
myukìra /mjɯ.ꜜki.ɾa/ n. 1. Leaf.
netūne /ne.tɯː.ne/ n. 1. The tendency for a child to become associated with the same clan as as their mother.
netùne /ne.ꜜtɯ.ne/ n. 1. A legacy left behind when someone dies.
norikuchyofúne /no.ɾi.kɯ.tɕjo.ꜛɸɯ.ne/ v. 1. The final burst of energy when the last member of a clan dies. 2. The moment when a clan spirit dies with the last living member's death.
nágo /ꜛna.ɡo/ n. 1. Girl child.
nakífu /na.ꜛki̥.ɸɯ̥/ n. 1. A long or epic poem.
nakìfu /na.ꜜki̥.ɸɯ̥/ n. 1. A short poem.
nesa /ne.sa/ adj. 1. Unhappily, miserably.
nesakāfu /ne.sa.kaː.ɸɯ̥/ v. 1. To be unhappily in love. 2. To be miserably happy.
nibàba /ɲ.ꜜba.ba/ n. 1. Breasts.
nibápu /ɲ.ꜛba.pɯ/ n. 1. Liver
nichíza /ɲ.ꜛtɕi.za/ n. 1. Belly.
nìdo /ꜜni.do/ n. 1. Neck.
nireigi /ɲ.ɾe.i.ɡi/ adj. 1. New, freshly made.
nónyu /ꜛno.njɯ/ n. 1. Agony, overwhelming pain.
nōnyu /noː.njɯ/ v. 1. To live with pain or agony.
nònyu /ꜜno.njɯ/ n. 1. Discomfort.
nyan /njaɴ/ adj. 1. Blue.
nyokíru /njo.ꜛki.ɾɯ/ n. 1. Root.
ogapi /o.ɡa.pi/ adj. 1. To be related to a group of children.
ogāpi /o.ɡaː.pi/ n. 1. A flea. 2. A bedbug.
ogímo /o.ꜛɡi.mo/ n. 1. A camel or other hump-backed creature.
ogìmo /o.ꜜɡi.mo/ v. 1. To carry a grudge or conversation for years.
otēza /o.teː.za/ n. 1. A spider or another arachnid.
otèza /o.ꜜte.za/ v. 1. To work on many projects at the same time.
pachyūn /pa.tɕjɯːɴ/ n. 1. A smooth lizard.
pachyùn /pa.ꜜtɕjɯɴ/ v. 1. To adapt to circumstances.
padu /pa.dzɯ/ n. 1. Foot.
parēchyo /pa.ɾeː.tɕjo/ n. 1. Knee.
pèji /ꜜpe.dʑi/ v. 1. To temporarily raise something.
pibáfu /pi.ꜛba.ɸɯ̥/ n. 1. Blood.
pimayāzu /pi.ma.jaː.zɯ/ n. 1. The temperature where water freezes. 2. (OOW) Zero degrees Celsius.
pimīga /pi.miː.ɡa/ n. 1. Bone.
pocho /po.tɕo/ n. 1. An overwhelming fear or terror.
pocho /po.tɕo/ n. 1. A discomforting fear, one that does not stop someone.
podi /po.di/ v. 1. Walk.
póga /ꜛpo.ɡa/ v. 1. To participate in loud or enthusiastic sex.
pokemòn /po.ke.ꜜmoɴ/ n. 1. The obsessive need to collect or gather one of everything. v. 1. The process of collecting or gathering a collection.
poronēso /po.ɾo.neː.so/ n. 1. Kin-killer.
pumakyoni /pɯ.ma.kjo.ni/ adv. 1. To perform an action that phases through solid matter.
pumakyòni /pɯ.ma.ꜜkjo.ni/ v. 1. To phase or walk through solid matter.
puruna /pɯ.ɾɯ.na/ adv. 1. To perform an action with flying magic.
purúna /pɯ.ꜛɾɯ.na/ n. 1. To fly using magic.
pyābi /pjaː.bi/ n. 1. The primary currency of the Mifúno Desert.
pyadashímu /pja.da.ꜛɕi.mɯ/ n. 1. Clockwork mechanism, something is powered by winding up.
pyuchyu /pjɯ.tɕjɯ/ adj. 1. Stinky, has a stench.
ragofuchíno /ɺa.ɡo.ɸɯ.ꜛtɕi.no/ n. 1. An ocean or sea. 2. A massive body of water.
ragofuchìno /ɺa.ɡo.ɸɯ.ꜜtɕi.no/ n. 1. Salt water.
ràki /ꜜɾa.ki̥/ n. 1. Skin.
rakíki /ɺa.ꜛki̥.ki̥/ n. 1. Bark of a tree.
remìgu /ɺe.ꜜmi.ɡɯ/ n. 1. Grease, fat.
rìchi /ꜜɾi.tɕi̥/ n. 1. A solar cycle between 44 and 47 days. 2. A solar "month".
rìmu /ꜜɾi.mɯ/ n. 1. Water.
rimuhi /ɺi.mɯ.çi/ adj. 1. Small and unassuming.
rimūhi /ɺi.mɯː.çi/ n. 1. A small, smooth lizard. 2. A gecko.
rimyo /ɺi.mjo/ adj. 1. Unfocused or wandering.
rímyo /ꜛɾi.mjo/ v. 1. To have a meandering conversation.
rīmyo /ɺiː.mjo/ n. 1. A river or stream.
rocho /ɺo.tɕo/ n. 1. A furious rage or anger. 2. A screaming fighting. v. 1. To have a screaming fight. 2. To fight for the sake of fighting.
rocho /ɺo.tɕo/ n. 1. A long-term anger. v. 1. To have a passive-aggressive fight. 2. To fight without revealing the purpose of the fight.
romōga /ɺo.moː.ɡa/ n. 1. A measurement of distance. 2. A surveyor's rod of 16.5 feet.
romòga /ɺo.ꜜmo.ɡa/ v. 1. To measure out a distance that is approximately a romōga away. 2. To measure something out in terms of romōgas.
rōte /ɺoː.te/ n. 1. A solar day from sunrise to sunrise.
rotefúchi /ɺo.te.ꜛɸɯ.tɕi̥/ n. 1. The period where the sun is below the horizon. 2. When sun-based powers don't work.
ryodifúne /ɺjo.di.ꜛɸɯ.ne/ v. 1. The sacrifice oneself for a greater cause.
ryodifūne /ɺjo.di.ɸɯː.ne/ n. 1. The "final run", a run that a warrior sacrifies their life for some great purpose or event.
rúbe /ꜛɾɯ.be/ n. 1. A large quantity of water.
rùbe /ꜜɾɯ.be/ n. 1. A small quantity of water.
rukān /ɺɯ.kaːɴ/ n. 1. An iguana. 2. A dry lizard with large scales.
rukàn /ɺɯ.ꜜkaɴ/ v. 1. To be aware of events in multiple directions.
rùki /ꜜɾɯ.ki̥/ n. 1. A cut or bleeding wound.
runakomīn /ɺɯ.na.ko.miːɴ/ n. 1. A child playing with imaginary things or people. 2. Creativity in a child.
ruráfu /ɺɯ.ꜛɾa.ɸɯ̥/ v. 1. To violently penetrate or impale.
rurāfu /ɺɯ.ɾaː.ɸɯ̥/ n. 1. A manufactured or created well to provide water.
ruràfu /ɺɯ.ꜜɾa.ɸɯ̥/ v. 1. To persistently drive or hammer.
ryakochyāni /ɺja.ko.tɕjaː.ni/ n. 1. An underground cave or opening.
ryakochyàni /ɺja.ko.ꜜtɕja.ni/ n. 1. A deep puncture wound.
ryaréna /ɺja.ꜛɾe.na/ n. 1. A male of a clan who has significantly more magical powers than average. 2. A male warrior or defender of a clan.
ryarèna /ɺja.ꜜɾe.na/ n. 1. As *ryarèna* (noun 1), but female. 2. As *ryarèna* (noun 2), but female.
ryōn /ɺjoːɴ/ n. 1. The color white.
ryūma /ɺjɯː.ma/ n. 1. An oasis or a place to rest.
ryùma /ꜜɾjɯ.ma/ v. 1. To create a place of safety or rest.
sakomíchi /sa.ko.ꜛmi.tɕi̥/ n. 1. The leader of one side of a battle or war.
sakomìchi /sa.ko.ꜜmi.tɕi̥/ n. 1. The clan leader in a battle or war.
séku /ꜛse.kɯ̥/ v. 1. Speak.
semúra /se.ꜛmɯ.ɾa/ n. 1. The flare of heat and energy that forms with powerful uses of magic.
shifín /ɕi.ꜛɸiɴ/ n. 1. A deep and humiliating shame.
shifìn /ɕi.ꜜɸiɴ/ n. 1. Mildly shamed.
shikāfu /ɕi̥.kaː.ɸɯ̥/ n. 1. Unrequited love or a crush.
sofúki /so.ꜛɸɯ.ki̥/ n. 1. A volume of a standard bottle of wine. 2. A volume of liquid equal to 3.3 kéka. 3. (OOW) A volume of liquid equal to 1.02 liters.
soramífu /so.ɾa.ꜛmi.ɸɯ̥/ n. 1. The flare of heat and energy that bursts out of powerful warriors when they experience strong emotions.
sùgo /ꜜsɯ.ɡo/ n. 1. Know, knowledge.
tachíra /ta.ꜛtɕi.ɾa/ n. 1. The sun spirit.
tachīra /ta.tɕiː.ɾa/ n. 1. The sun.
taigòna /ta.i.ꜜɡo.na/ n. 1. The transfer of energy from one of the great spirit, into a clan spirit, and then into an individual.
tanifātsu /ta.ni.ɸaː.tsɯ̥/ n. 1. A script that has vowels underneath the consonants. 2. The script of the Eastern part of the Mifúno desert.
tanifàtsu /ta.ni.ꜜɸa.tsɯ̥/ v. 1. To write in a *tanifātsu* script.
tazàgu /ta.ꜜza.ɡɯ/ n. 1. A fighting spike.
tejoki /te.dʑo.ki̥/ adj. 1. Blocking or obstructing.
tejóki /te.ꜛdʑo.ki̥/ n. 1. A boulder or large rock.
tejōki /te.dʑoː.ki̥/ v. 1. To block or obstruct the flow of water or liquid. 2. To obstruct a conversation.
tòki /ꜜto.ki̥/ n. 1. Female.
tokìshi /to.ꜜki̥.ɕi̥/ n. 1. People, folk.
tonúfi /to.ꜛnɯ.ɸi̥/ n. 1. "King", actually lord of an animal given by a spirit.
tóra /ꜛto.ɾa/ n. 1. A male dog or hound. 2. figaki tòra: A short-haired dog, typically feral.
tsúfi /ꜛtsɯ.ɸi̥/ n. 1. Big, large.
tsufòni /tsɯ.ꜜɸo.ni/ n. 1. Hair on a human or creature.
tsukìre /tsɯ.ꜜki.ɾe/ n. 1. tsukíre
tsukíshi /tsɯ.ꜛki̥.ɕi̥/ n. 1. Magic that waxes or wanes with the user's emotional state.
tsukokīmu /tsɯ.ko.kiː.mɯ/ v. 1. To answer a spiritual call from a clan member.
tsùmo /ꜜtsɯ.mo/ n. 1. Small
udímo /ɯ.ꜛdi.mo/ v. 1. Anticipating when one's celestial body rises above the horizon.
udīmo /ɯ.diː.mo/ n. 1. The moment of pleasure when someone's associated celestial body rises above the horizon.
uichifógu /ɯ.i.tɕi.ꜛɸo.ɡɯ/ n. 1. The moment when someone first emotionally connects to their spirit and uses magic.
wābi /waː.bi/ n. 1. The relative social rank between two people, such as a underling and their boss, a child to a clan elder, or a younger to an older person.
wabipèji /wa.bi.ꜜpe.dʑi/ v. 1. To temporarily raise the subject's social rank for purposes of speaking.
wabōryo /wa.boː.ɾjo/ n. 1. A fighting bola. 2. A thrown item that entangles.
wabòryo /wa.ꜜbo.ɾjo/ v. 1. To get lost in unimportant details in a conversation. 2. (OOW) To bikeshed.
wāfu /waː.ɸɯ̥/ n. 1. Word or words, either spoken or written.
wamuchìso /wa.mɯ.ꜜtɕi̥.so/ v. 1. To magically bond with an animal or creature.
wānu /waː.nɯ/ n. 1. Name, named.
watefàma /wa.te.ꜜɸa.ma/ v. 1. To magically bond with a place or natural feature.
widahògu /wi.da.ꜜço.ɡɯ/ v. 1. To lift or carry something using magic. 2. To move something through telekinesis.
wōi /woː.i/ n. 1. A blade or clump of grass.
wòi /ꜜwo.i/ v. 1. To gather or group together for company.
wudūna /wɯ.dzɯː.na/ n. 1. 1/64th of a dātsu used for light weights. 2. (OOW) 15.9 grams.
wufābi /wɯ.ɸaː.bi/ n. 1. Sparrows or small birds.
yagumáma /ja.ɡɯ.ꜛma.ma/ v. 1. To cause a plant or animal grow rapidly with magic.
yagumàma /ja.ɡɯ.ꜜma.ma/ v. 1. To manipulate or guide a plant or animal's growth.
yāji /jaː.dʑi/ n. 1. 1/64th the difference between pimayāzu (freezing) and komiyāza (boiling). 2. (OOW) 1.6 degrees Celsius.
yarīmu /ja.ɾiː.mɯ/ n. 1. Rain.
yarimúfu /ja.ɾi.ꜛmɯ.ɸɯ̥/ n. 1. Cloud.
yūji /jɯː.dʑi/ n. 1. An egg of a bird or insect.
záchyo /ꜛza.tɕjo/ n. 1. A serving or shared bowl.
zàchyo /ꜜza.tɕjo/ n. 1. A bowl for a single person. 2. A small bowl.
zeshitómi /ze.ɕi.ꜛto.mi/ n. 1. Legend.
zopāba /zo.paː.ba/ n. 1. Round, circle
zúshi /ꜛzɯ.ɕi̥/ n. 1. A long or a full night's sleep. v. 1. To sleep for a long time.
zùshi /ꜜzɯ.ɕi̥/ n. 1. A nap. v. 1. To take a nap.
zushichya /zɯ.ɕi̥.tɕja/ adj. 1. Growing older.
zushíchya /zɯ.ꜛɕi̥.tɕja/ n. 1. Amber.
zushīchya /zɯ.ɕiː.tɕja/ n. 1. A resin tree.
zushìchya /zɯ.ꜜɕi̥.tɕja/ v. 1. To solidify one's opinions.