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TP basic vocabulary

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Vocabulary

a: ah, ha

akesi: non-cute animal, reptile

ala: no, not

ale, ali: everything, anything

anpa: bottom, lower part

ante: difference different otherwise, or else change

anu: or

awen: stay, wait

en: and

ijo: thing, something

ike: bad, negative

ilo: tool, device

insa: inside, inner world

jaki: dirty, gross

jan: person, people

jelo: yellow, light green

jo: have, contain having receive

kala: fish, sea creature

kalama: sound, noise

kama: come, become

kasi: plant, leaf

ken: can, is able to

kepeken: use with

kili: fruit, pulpy vegetable

kin: also, too

kiwen: hard, solid

ko: semi-solid or squishy substance, e.g. paste

kon: air, wind

kule: colour, paint colourful colour

kute: listen, hear auditory

kulupu: group, community

lape: sleep, rest sleeping

laso: blue, blue-green

lawa: head, mind main

len: clothing, cloth

lete: cold cold, uncooked cool down

lili: small, little

linja: long, very thin

lipu: flat and bendable thing, e.g. paper

loje: red

lon: be in/at/on be there, be present

luka: hand, arm

lukin: see, look at

lupa: hole, orifice

ma: land, earth

mama: parent, mother

mani: money, material wealth

meli: woman, female

mi: I, we my

mije: man, male

moku: food, meal eat

moli: death die, be dead kill dead

monsi: back, rear end

mu: woof! meow! moo! etc.

mun: moon lunar

musi: fun, playing

mute: many, very

nanpa: number -th

nasa: silly, crazy

nasin: way, manner

nena: bump, nose

ni: this, that

nimi: word, name

noka: leg, foot

o: O hey!

oko: eye

olin: love love to love

ona: she, he

open: open, turn on

pakala: blunder, accident

pali: activity, work

palisa: long, mostly hard object

pana: give, put

pi: of, belonging to

pilin: feelings, emotion

pimeja: black, dark darkness

pini: end, tip completed

pipi: bug, insect

poka: side, hip

poki: container, box

pona: good, simplicity

sama: same, similar

seli: fire, warmth

selo: outside, surface

seme: what, which

sewi: high, up

sijelo: body, physical state

sike: circle, wheel

sin: new, fresh

sina: you your

sinpin: front, chest

sitelen: picture, image draw

sona: knowledge, wisdom

soweli: animal, especially land mammal

suli: big, tall

suno: sun, light

supa: horizontal surface, e.g furniture

suwi: candy, sweet food sweet

tan: from, by

taso: only, sole but

tawa: to, in order to

telo: water, liquid

tenpo: time, period of time

toki: language, talking

tomo: indoor constructed space, e.g. house

tu: two duo, pair double

unpa: sex, sexuality erotic

uta: mouth oral

utala: conflict, disharmony

walo: white, light white thing or part

wan: one, a unit

waso: bird, winged animal

wawa: energy, strength

weka: away, absent

wile: to want, need

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