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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2007 5:02 pm    Post subject: A Vocabulary List Reply with quote

Here is quite a long vocabulary list, I apologize for the lack of clarification because some of the adjectives aren't technically adjectives and so on. I think that people should comment on this and make any corrections they wish. Hopefully this will help expand your lexicon.

VERBS

to add
to advertise
to agree
to allocate
to ask
to attack
to be
to be (locative)
to begin
to behold
to believe
to bounce
to build
to burn
to buy
to call
to care
to cease
to choose
to climb
to collect
to come
to complete
to confuse
to cover
to decide
to demand
to die
to disperse
to do
to drink
to earn
to eat
to end
to enjoy
to face
to fail
to fall
to find
to finish
to flow
to fly
to fly a kite
to follow
to forget
to get
to give
to go
to hang
to happen
to have
to hear
to heat
to help
to hit
to hope
to jump
to kill
to know
to last
to lead
to leap
to leave
to let
to like
to live
to look
to lose
to make
to melt
to migrate
to moan
to need
to open
to own
to perform
to play
to point
to post
to propose
to rain
to remove
to resist
to rhyme
to run
to say
to see
to settle
to shine
to show off
to snow
to snuggle
to speak
to start
to survive
to take
to thank
to think
to try
to type
to understand
to unite
to use
to wane (shrink)
to want
to watch
to wax (grow)
to wiggle
to win
to work
to work out
to write
to wrong

ADJECTIVES

to be actual
to be amazing
to be amazing
to be awesome
to be bad
to be beautiful
to be below
to be big
to be boring
to be bothered
to be bright
to be busy
to be caring
to be ceaseless
to be clever
to be close to
to be complicated
to be countless
to be disgusting
to be dispersed
to be dreaded
to be dreadful
to be dry
to be easy
to be endless
to be few
to be fine / good
to be fun
to be great
to be happy
to be harsh
to be heavy (strong)
to be heavy (weight)
to be impossible
to be last
to be less
to be like
to be lost
to be new
to be nice
to be okay
to be on top of
to be ordinary
to be outside
to be perfect
to be random
to be random
to be remarkable
to be right
to be schocked
to be soft
to be soon(time)
to be sprite
to be surprising
to be thorough
to be tired
to be unremarkable
to be up
to be usual
to be warm
to be way up
to be well
to be whole
to be wintry
to be young

Normal Words

a
aardvark
about
action
adjective
adventure
adverb
after
afternoon
again
air
all
alligator
almost
alot
alphabet
already
also
always
amber
ameythst
and
angelfish
animal
another
anteater
antelope
any
ape
apple
April
aqua/aquamarine
are
area
armadillo
around
art
article
as
ash
at
aubergine
auburn
August
avocado
baby
baby blue
baby pink
back paws
badger
ball
banana
barbecue
barley
bat
bay
bear
beating
beaver
because
bed
bee
beef
beetle
beginning
beige
bitumen
bivalve
black
blackberry
blizzard
blog
blood
blowfish
blue
blueberry
boar
both
brick
brocolli
bronze
brother
brown
but
butterfly
by
bye
camel
can
canary
car
carnation
cat
caterpillar
centipede
charcoal
chaste
cheetah
cherry
chestnut
chicken
child
chimpanzee
chocolate
cinnamon
city
clam
cloud
cobalt
coca-cola
cockerel
cocoa
coffee
common
comparative
conjunction
conscript
consonant
conversation
copper
coral
could
cow
coyote
crab
cream
creature
crimson
crocodile
cuckoo
daffodil
dark
day
December
deer
description
dictionary
did
direction
do
does (only for questions)
dog
dolphin
donkey
door
dove
down
dragon
dragonfly
duck
eagle
earth
earthworm
east
ebony
eel
egret
eight
elephant
emerald
emu
end
ending
English
evening
every
everyday
everyone
exam
example
face
falcon
family
fawn
February
few
fire
firstly
fish
five
flame
flamingo
flesh
flower
for
forest
forever
formation
four
fox
freedom
Friday
friend
frog
from
front paws
fuchsia
full
fur
future
gazelle
ginger
giraffe
goat
gold
goldfish
goose
gooseberry
grammar
grass
grasshopper
Greek
green
grey
ground
guinea pig
had better
hail
hamster
hare
have to
hazel
he
head
heart
heather
heaven
hedgehog
hello
hen
her (direct object pronoun)
her (indirect object pronoun)
here
here and there
Herself
him (direct object pronoun)
him (indirect object pronoun)
Himself
hippopotamus
hoisin sauce
holiday
horse
horse radish
house
how
human
hummingbird
I
ID
if
iguana
in
indigo
infinitive
into
it
it (direct object pronoun)
it (indirect object pronoun)
Itself
ivory
jade
jaguar
January
jellyfish
July
June
kangaroo
khaki
kingfisher
kite
kiwi
koala
lady
ladybird
lamb
land
language
later
lavender
leaf
lemon
lemur
leopard
less
lest
light
lilac
lime
line
lion
list
lizard
llama
lobster
Lord/God
lynx
magenta
magic
magpie
mahogany
mallard
man
many
March
maroon
may
May
me (direct object pronoun)
me (indirect object pronoun)
meerkat
melon
mid
middle
might
mole
mollusc
Monday
money
monkey
moon
moose
more
morning
mortar
moth
mountain
mouse
movie
much
music
must
mustard
mutton
Myself
name
narwhal
nature
navy
nearly
negative
nest
newt
next
night
nightingale
ninee
no
north
not
nothing
noun
November
now
nut
oak
object
ochre
October
octopus
of
off
offspring
oh
okay
olive
once
one
only
onward
onwards
oops
opera
option
or
orange
orangutan
order
oscritch
other
otter
ought to
Ourselves
out
outside
over
overnight
owl
ox
oyster
oyster pink
panda
panther
parrot
part (bit)
particle
past
paw
pea
peace
peach
peacock
pearl
penguin
per
perhaps
person
pidgeon
piece
pig
pink
pistachio
plain
plant
platinum
plum
plural
poem
point (idea)
poppy
possession
possessive
possom
present
primrose
probably
pronoun
puma
purple
quail
queen
question
rabbit
raccoon
race
rain
raspberry
rat
rather
raven
really
red
reindeer
resistance
rhino
rilhan
ring
river
rock
rose
royal
royal blue
ruby
Rufflewood
russet
rust
saffron
salamander
salmon
salt
same
sandwich
sapphire
Saturday
sauce
scarlet
school
scorpion
sea
sea green
seabar
seal
season
section
seed
sentence
September
seven
shall
shark
she
sheep
should
shrimp
side
silkworm
silver
six
skirt
skunk
sky
sky blue
slate
slope
sloth
slug
snail
snake
snow
so
softness
some
soup
south
soy sauce
sparrow
speech
sphere
spider
spirit/unity
sponge
squid
squirrel
starfish
steel
steel blue
stone
storm
story
strawberry
stream
string
subject
sugar
sun
Sunday
superlative
swan
syllable
tan tawny
tangerine
tank
teacher
teal
ten
tense
terracotta
thank goodness
thank you
that
the
them (direct object pronoun)
them (indirect object pronoun)
Themselves
then
there
therefore
these
they
thing
this
three
Thursday
tiger
time
to
toad
today
tomato
tomorrow
too
top
tortoise
tortoiseshell
toucan
tower
town
translation
tree
trilogy
Tuesday
turkey
turquoise
turtle
two
ultramarine
unicorn
unity
urchin
us (direct object pronoun)
us (indirect object pronoun)
vampire bat
verb
very
violet
vole
vowel
vulture
walnut
wasabi
water
watermelon
we
weasel
website
Wednesday
welcome
well (okay/so)
west
whale
what
when
where
which
while
white
who
why
will
wind
wine
with
wolf
woman
word
work
worm
would
wow
yak
yellow
yes
yesterday
you
you (direct object pronoun)
you (indirect object pronoun)
you (pl)
you (pl) (direct object pronoun)
you (pl) (indirect object pronoun)
Yourself
Yourselves
zebra
zero


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2007 6:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you!


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 27, 2007 4:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You're welcome! ^_^
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2007 11:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for all these!! I was trying to find a whole lot of words that I needed to put into my language without using the the dictionary (lazy me!).

Thanks!
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2007 5:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You are most welcome.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2007 11:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just a question, but what are the differences between 'to be (locative' and 'to be'? Thanks,

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2007 4:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well look at these two sentences:

I am Chinese compared to I am in England

The first one is a plain 'to be' and the second is a location.

Same as Spanish 'Es' and 'Está'
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2007 9:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ooohh okay, thanks.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2007 2:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Many languages also distinguish between copulas and predicators.

Copulas are used to say things like "Rover is a dog" (noun1 is noun2); predicators are used to say things like "Rover is dirty" (noun is adjective).

Where English has only the one verb "is", these languages would use two different verbs.

Note that not all languages have copulas (for instance in Russian you'd just say "Rover dog"); and in many which do have them, they aren't verbs.

I don't know for certain but I suspect the same thing is true of predicators and/or locators.


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 21, 2007 1:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am working on a 3000+ word list that is going to be professionally formatted like a dictionary, with bold, italics, and proper spacing and indentation, and all that. And then when I'm done I'll let everyone use it for their conlangs. But it's going to take me a very long time, so I have nothing to show for right now.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 21, 2007 6:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That would be of immense help, and I can understand the complexity and how time consuming it would be. Best of luck with your endeavour!
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 22, 2007 8:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

StrangeMagic wrote:
That would be of immense help, and I can understand the complexity and how time consuming it would be. Best of luck with your endeavour!


WHS.
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2007 11:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I can't imagine trying to invent 3000 words. Lexicon is very much my weak point in conlanging (I got out of it with my word construction system).

Cool. I'd maybe like to see a bit of a 'condensed' one (without things like, say, 'aardvark').
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2007 1:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's the English-to-Pabappa dictionary as it is now. It has about 3100 entries.

http://www.thegreatsleep.com/pabappa/test_gud.php

You might expect that I'd have a version of it with just the English headwords, but I don't. Also I apologize for the incomplete alphabetization; it's a relic of the way I built the files and I have been too lazy to fix it.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2007 6:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

That is amazing Soap! Great Job!!!! I can't wait to see it when it's finished!
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2007 8:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well, I've tried to split my summer holidays into different parts, up until this Saturday, I will be mainly doing lexicon then after two weeks of Summer School, I will be focusing on Conculture and the main novel I'm writing jointly. This is basically the longest time I have to do any of this.

I probably won't have much time next year due to exams... Sad

Soap! You've done a really great job! Well done! ^_^
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2007 10:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I know that is amazing Soap! I love the language alot and I think it sounds cute when spoken. Which reminds me if you have any recordings post them please!

Love you guys! Oh and the problem with the ZBB thing has been fixed. =D


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 28, 2007 4:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oh good good! ^_^ Glad to hear it!
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 29, 2007 9:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

StrangeMagic wrote:
Oh good good! ^_^ Glad to hear it!


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2007 2:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I found some important words missing, like "to exist" and "to become".
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