Miwāfu Dictionary

ba

bàba: noun 1 Heart.

barìchi: adj 1 Mundane, non-magical.

barichirōma: noun 1 Magic-less person.

be

bedáno: noun 1 A pinch of something, used for cooking. 2 1/64th of a wudūna used for measuring delicate weights. 3 OOW 0.2 g.

benkidōfu: noun 1 The natural shielding of resonance damage against the weaker of two opposing magical fields.

bi

bichíru: noun 1 A traditional drink of the northern desert primarily made from fermented cactus sap. It typically has a milky appearance.

bidáno: noun 1 A pinch of something, used for cooking.

bidāno: verb 1 To be nit-picky or find fault in tiny details.

bikíku: noun 1 Flea, louse.

bimùgi: noun 1 Horn.

bìre: noun 1 Night.

bo

bochigomāsu: verb 1 Do perform something that takes a week to complete.

bokíko: noun 1 Fire smoke.

bòzo: verb 1 To cook or prepare a large meal.

bózo: verb 1 To cook or prepare a small meal or snack. 2 To prepare a meal for oneself.

bu

búpo: verb 1 Swim.

bupóbo: noun 1 Fish.

bya

byān: noun 1 Green.

byo

byòbi: noun 1 A male rabbit, hare, or other member of the leporine family.

byóbi: noun 1 As byòbi [n.1] but female.

byōbi: noun 1 As byòbi [n.1] but a young bunny or kit.

byomokīshi: noun 1 Non-desert people.

byomushīke: noun 1 Outsider.

byòni: verb 1 To bawl or cry loudly. 2 To break down sobbing.

byóni: verb 1 To have a little cry.

chi

chīfu: adj 1 Long.

chifùmo: noun 1 Cold weather.

chimóga: verb 1 To measure or pace something out that is approximately a chimōga distance. 2 To measure something out in terms of chimōga distance.

chimōga: noun 1 A measurement of distance. 2 A surveyor’s chain of 66 feet or 4 romōga.

chirúni: noun 1 Warm weather.

chisokùku: noun 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 L.

cho

chobìre: noun 1 The moon.

chòchi: noun 1 A lunar cycle or month.

chōn: adj 1 Black.

chonésu: noun 1 Stars.

chòta: noun 1 A lunar "day".

chotafùchi: noun 1 The period where the moon is below the horizon. 2 When moon-based powers don’t work.

chyo

chyomīgu: noun 1 1/10th of a domīgu. 2 OOW: 2.01 cm

Related: noun 1 mizonekima chyòre - giant snake

chyòre: noun 1 Snake

chyotemako nakífu: noun 1 A short poem of two or more phrases where every phrase is the same number of syllables.

chyu

chyubìne: noun 1 A male jack-of-trades, someone who had a wide variety of skills.

chyubíne: noun 1 As chyubìne (noun 1), but female.

chyubīne: noun 1 A child who has many skills but no specialization. 2 A child with an uncertain clan affiliation.

chyurèna: noun 1 A male of a clan which does not have significantly differing levels of magical power among its members.

chyuréna: noun 1 As chyurèna (noun 1), but female.

da

dātsu: noun 1 The basic unit of weight equal to sofùki worth of clean water. 2 OOW: 1020 g.

de

defòni: noun 1 Feather.

dèmu: verb 1 Fly.

dépa: noun 1 Bird.

detokìshi: noun 1 Desert folk.

detomùsa: noun 1 Persistent sand storm.

do

do: pro 1 You, yours.

domīgu: noun 1 1/100th of a romōga. 2 OOW: 20.12 cm.

dóshyo: noun 1 Soil, earth.

dòtsu: noun 1 Home.

fa

fáho: noun 1 ear.

fāmu: noun 1 Eye, eyes.

fapòdi: verb 1 To sprint or run at full speed.

fapódi: verb 1 To run over long distances. 2 Endurance running.

fasa: adv 1 Fast, speedy.

fe

fechi: adj 1 Greater or superior in social rank.

fi

fígi: noun 1 Teeth, bite.

fo

fōni: noun 1 Head.

fōpu: adj 1 Full, stuffed.

fu

fùchi: noun 1 Nose.

fūgi: verb 1 See, sight.

fugìmo: noun 1 Mouth.

fumíga: noun 1 Claw.

ga

gabuchigìka: noun 1 1. A large area of land claimed by a clan. 2 120 gachigyukōga.

gàchi: verb 1 Eat.

gachigyukōga: noun 1 A “plot” of land one chimōga by one gyukōga. 2 OOW: 1 acre.

gamekōji: noun 1 A miscarriage.

ge

ge: adj 1 My clan.

gèn: noun 1 My clan, when referencing a clan with a masculine spirit.

gén: noun 1 As gèn (noun 1), but as a feminine clan spirit.

gēn: noun 1 As gèn (noun 1), but as a neuter clan spirit.

gi

gidajìmo: noun 1 A marriage between an adult man and woman where the male is the primary or only caretaker for any children (including step-children). verb 1 A marriage ceremony performed with a significant amount of ceremony, guests, or planning.

gidajímo: noun 1 As gidajìmo (noun 1), but where the female is the primary or sole caregiver of any children. verb 1 A quiet or private marriage ceremony.

gidajīmo: noun 1 As gidajìmo (noun 1), but where either both members are equal in raising children or the marriage has not produced any children.

gimetsùi: verb 1 To give birth to a living child.

gimetsūi: verb 1 To lay eggs or other non-live birth.

gitopòga: verb 1 To have unenthusiastic sex solely for purposes of reproduction.

go

gokōte: noun 1 A solar week consisting of eight rōte.

gomāta: noun 1 1/128 of a māsa. 2 OOW: a "minute".

gu

gùpa: verb 1 Gulp, drink.

gyu

gyukōga: noun 1 1. 80 chimōga. 2 1/9th the distance an average person can walk in a māsa. 3 OOW: 1 mile.

ha

hachīfu: noun 1 Path, road, trail.

hayòka: adj 1 Good, favorable.

he

hèru: noun 1 A stallion or male horse.

héru: noun 1 A mare or female horse.

hēru: noun 1 A foal or young horse.

herudāki: noun 1 The weight of a horse. 2 30 madèku. 3 OOW: 489.6 kg.

hi

hichifūma: verb 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.

hikomìni: noun 1 One of the three greater spirits of the desert: Tachìra, Chobìre, or Mifúno.

hikomíni: noun 1 A lesser clan spirit, one that gains power from one of the hikomìni (noun 1).

hinóto: noun 1 Tail.

ho

horanakífu: verb 1 To see solace away from others. 2 To sequester oneself for contemplation.

hu

hupódi: verb 1 Come, approach.

hyo

hyobechìmo: verb 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.

hyobechímo: noun 1 The ritual of performing hyobechìmo (verb 1). 2 The rite of passage for young adults.

hyu

hyukádi: verb 1 To volunteer or give assistance.

ji

jímo: verb 1 To wrap or bind in cloth or fabrics.

jīmo: noun 1 Cloth, fabric, or textile.

jo

jokidòfu: verb 1 To create pain in someone else using magical resonance.

jokidófu: verb 1 To create discomfort in someone else using magical resonance.

jokidōfu: noun 1 Magical resonance. 2 The field that surrounds mages and artifacts.

jokofátsu: verb 1 To write in a jokofātsu script.

jokofātsu: noun 1 A script that has vowels to the right of the consonants. 2 The script of the Western part of the Mifúno desert.

jyo

jyōmyo: pro 1 Many.

jyōn: adj 1 Yellow.

jyōshya: adv 1 All.

ka

kádu: noun 1 Hand.

kàfu: verb 1 Passion.

káfu: verb 1 Love, affection.

ke

kéka: noun 1 The amount of displacement of an adult woman’s fist. 2 OOW: A volume of liquid equal to 305 mL.

kèri: verb 1 Stand.

ki

kífi: verb 1 Give, hand over.

kifomakóji: verb 1 To lose a loved one to death.

kìko: noun 1 Fire, burn.

kikōchyo: noun 1 Ashes of a fire.

kikofūna: noun 1 The minimum area of ash produced from a funeral fire to be considered holy. 2 OOW: 80 m^2.

kímu: verb 1 Sit.

kirèki: noun 1 Tree.

kìshi: noun 1 Male, masculine.

ko

kochōzo: verb 1 Sleep.

kōdi: verb 1 Lie down.

kódo: noun 1 Stone.

kodòshyo: noun 1 Mountain.

kōji: verb 1 Die, death, kill.

kojīfu: verb 1 Die.

kokèku: noun 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 L.

komiyāza: noun 1 The temperature where water boils. 2 OOW: 100 C.

korōma: adj 1 Cursed.

ku

kūga: verb 1 Hear.

kyo

kyòda: verb 1 To charge a creature, such as into battle. 2 To sprint or race a creature while riding it.

kyóda: verb 1 To ride a creature over distances.

kyōda: verb 1 To ride poorly or without skill. 2 To learn how to ride a creature.

kyōn: noun 1 Red.

kyu

kyumógo: verb 1 To measure or pace something out that is approximately a kyumōgo distance.

kyumōgo: noun 1 A measurement of distance. 2 A mile.

ma

ma: adj 1 Me, I, mine.

madèku: noun 1 A weight of 16 dātsu used for measuring heavy items and people. 2 OOW: 16.32 kg.

màn: noun 1 Myself, when referencing a masculine person.

mán: noun 1 As màn (noun 1), but as a feminine.

mān: noun 1 As màn (noun 1), but as a neuter.

māsa: noun 1 1/8th of a rōte or solar day.

me

mekoshi: adv 1 To perform an action humbly or without pride.

mi

mìchi: verb 1 Smile.

mifúno: noun 1 The desert spirit.

mifūno: noun 1 The desrt.

míga: noun 1 Meat, flesh.

minafātsu: noun 1 Written words or letters of the desert tongue.

miwāfu: noun 1 Words of the desert.

mo

mo: pro 1 What, who, whom, question placeholder.

mu

mujìchi: adj 1 Dry, powdery

mukísa: noun 1 a fine sand that is difficult to walk along because it is shifting

munìsa: noun 1 a coarse grain sand that grates against bare flesh but doesn’t blow in light winds

músa: noun 1 Sand (generic).

mushìgi: noun 1 Tongue.

myo

myorègu: noun 1 Moron.

myukíra: noun 1 Leaf.

na

nàgo: noun 1 Girl child.

nakìfu: noun 1 A long or epic poem.

nakífu: noun 1 A short poem.

ne

nésa: adj 1 Unhappily, miserably.

nesakāfu: verb 1 To be unhappily in love. 2 To be miserably happy.

ni

nibába: noun 1 Breasts.

nibàpu: noun 1 Liver

nichìza: noun 1 Belly.

nído: noun 1 Neck.

nireígi: adj 1 New, freshly made.

no

nònyu: noun 1 Agony, overwhelming pain.

nónyu: noun 1 Discomfort.

nōnyu: verb 1 To live with pain or agony.

nya

nyān: adj 1 Blue.

nyo

nyokìru: noun 1 Root.

pa

pàdu: noun 1 Foot.

parēchyo: noun 1 Knee.

pe

péji: verb 1 To temporarily raise something.

pi

pìbafu: noun 1 Blood.

pimayāzu: noun 1 The temperature where water freezes. 2 OOW: 0 C.

pimīga: noun 1 Bone.

po

pòcho: noun 1 An overwhelming fear or terror.

pócho: noun 1 A discomforting fear, one that does not stop someone.

pòdi: verb 1 Walk.

pòga: verb 1 To participate in loud or enthusiastic sex.

pokémon: noun 1 The obsessive need to collect or gather one of everything. verb 1 The process of collecting or gathering a collection.

poronēso: noun 1 Kin-killer.

pu

pu: pro 1 your clan

pya

pyābi: noun 1 The primary currency of the Mifúno Desert.

pyadashìmu: noun 1 Clockwork mechanism, something is powered by winding up.

pyu

pyùchyu: adj 1 Stinky, has a stench.

ra

ráki: noun 1 Skin.

rakìki: noun 1 Bark of a tree.

re

remígu: noun 1 Grease, fat.

ri

ríchi: noun 1 A solar cycle between 44 and 47 days. 2 A solar "month".

rímu: noun 1 Water.

ro

ròcho: noun 1 A furious rage or anger. 2 A screaming fighting. verb 1 To have a screaming fight. 2 To fight for the sake of fighting.

rócho: noun 1 A long-term anger. verb 1 To have a passive-aggressive fight. 2 To fight without revealing the purpose of the fight.

romóga: verb 1 To measure out a distance that is approximately a romōga away. 2 To measure something out in terms of romōga.

romōga: noun 1 A measurement of distance. 2 A surveyor’s rod of 16.5 feet.

rōte: noun 1 A solar day from sunrise to sunrise.

rotefùchi: noun 1 The period where the sun is below the horizon. 2 When sun-based powers don’t work.

ru

rùbe: noun 1 A large quantity of water.

rúbe: noun 1 A small quantity of water.

runakomīn: noun 1 A child playing with imaginary things or people. 2 Creativity in a child.

rya

ryarèna: noun 1 A male of a clan who has significantly more magical powers than average. 2 A male warrior or defender of a clan.

ryaréna: noun 1 As ryarèna (noun 1), but female. 1 As ryarèna (noun 2), but female.

ryo

ryōn: noun 1 The color white.

sa

sakomìchi: noun 1 The leader of one side of a battle or war.

sakomíchi: noun 1 The clan leader in a battle or war.

se

sèku: verb 1 Speak.

shi

shifìn: noun 1 A deep and humiliating shame.

shifín: noun 1 Mildly shamed.

Hidòshi: noun

Obepáryo: noun

shikāfu: noun 1 Unrequited love or a crush.

so

sofùki: noun 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 1,020 mL.

su

súgo: noun 1 Know, knowledge.

ta

ta: pro 1 This. Add "-n" for final.

tachìra: noun 1 The sun spirit.

tachīra: noun 2 The sun.

tanifátsu: verb 1 To write in a tanifātsu script.

tanifātsu: noun 1 A script that has vowels underneath the consonants. 2 The script of the Eastern part of the Mifúno desert.

tata: pro 1 That, use "-n" for final.

tazágu: noun 1 A fighting spike.

te

te: pro 1 They, them, theirs.

to

tóki: noun 1 Female.

tokíshi: noun 1 People, folk.

tonùfi: noun 1 "King", actually lord of an animal given by a spirit.

Related: noun 1 figaki tòra: A short-haired dog, typically feral.

tòra: noun 1 A male dog or hound.

tsu

tsu: pro 1 “their clan”

tsùfi: noun 1 Big, large.

tsufóni: noun 1 Hair on a human or creature.

tsukíre: noun 1 tsukíre

tsúmo: noun 1 Small

wa

wābi: noun 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.

wabipéji: verb 1 To temporarily raise the subject’s social rank for purposes of speaking.

wāfu: noun 1 Word or words, either spoken or written.

wānu: noun 1 Name, named.

we

wu

wudūna: noun 1 1/64th of a dātsu used for light weights. 2 OOW: 15.9 g.

ya

yāji: noun 1 1/64th the difference between pimayāzu (freezing) and komiyāza (boiling). 2 OOW: 1.6 C.

yarīmu: noun 1 Rain.

yarimùfu: noun 1 Cloud.

yo

yu

yūji: noun 1 An egg of a bird or insect.

za

zàchyo: noun 1 A serving or shared bowl.

záchyo: noun 1 A bowl for a single person. 2 A small bowl.

ze

zo

zopāba: noun 1 Round, circle

zu

zùshi: noun 1 A long or a full night’s sleep. verb 1 To sleep for a long time.

zúshi: noun 1 A nap. verb 1 To take a nap.