THE GS WEB SITE



DICTZONER TUNDRIAN-INGLEIS / TUNDRIAN-ENGLISH DICTIONARY

I






iatrogénic, -a   a.   iatrogenic  
idea (f)   n. Nom pl: ideë idea  
idêntic, -a   a.   identical  
identificatzoun (f)   n.   identification  
identitat (f)   n.   identity  
idioma (m)   n.   idiom language
idiomátic, -a   a.   idiomatic  
idiomatismo (m)   n.   idiom peculiar expression
idiota (m), idiotissa (f)   n.   idiot  
idiótic, -a   a.   idiotic  
ignitzoun (f)   n.   ignition  
il   pers.pn.   he  
illa   pers.pn.   her after prep.
illas   pers.pn.   them f. after prep.
illêgítim, -a   a.   illegitimate  
illuminar   v.tr. 1S: illúmino light up
illuminatzoun (f)   n.   lighting  
ils   pers.pn.   them m. after prep.
imagë (f)   n. Pl: imagi, images picture  
imaginar   v.tr. 1S: imágino imagine  
imbro (m)   n.   shower rainfall
imitar   v.tr. 1S: ímito imitate  
immêdiat, -a   a.   immediate  
immêdiatament   adv.   immediately  
immigrant (m/f)   n.   immigrant  
immigrar   v.i.   immigrate  
immigratzoun (f)   n.   immigration  
immóbil   a. invar. still not moving
impar   a. invar. odd not even
impatient   a. invar. impatient  
impatientza (f)   n.   impatience  
impêdiyr   v.tr. 1S: impêdisco prevent  
        hinder  
impêir (m)   n.   empire  
impelleir   v.tr.   urge  
imperatour (m)   n.   emperor  
imperatriyç (f)   n. Pl: imperatriyci empress  
impermeábil (m) 1  n. Pl: impermeabli raincoat  
impermeábil 2  a. invar.; Pl: impermeabli waterproof  
impliyr (de)   v.tr. 1S: implisco fill  
    v.i.   fill (with)  
impoliyt, -a   a.   impolite  
        rude  
imponeir   v.tr. > poneir tax  
important   a. invar. important  
importantza (f)   n.   importance  
importar   v.tr.   import  
    v.i.   matter  
importatzoun (f)   n.   import  
impossíbil   a. invar.; Pl: impossibli impossible  
impossibilitat (f)   n.   impossibility  
impost (m)   n.   tax  
  impost de renduta   n.   income tax  
imprêixonant   a. invar. impressive  
impreiza (f)   n.   undertaking  
impressa (f)   n.   imprint  
  impressa digital   n.   fingerprint  
impressi (m pl)   n.   printed matter  
impressoura (f)   n.   printer  
imprezêr (m)   n.   agent of an actor, writer etc.
  imprezêr de pompas funebres   n.   undertaker  
imprimeir   v.tr. > primeir print  
impûls (m)   n.   impulse  
in   part.pn.   of it partitive
inattendut, -a   a.   unexpected sg neutral or negative
inaudiyt, -a   a.   unheard of  
inaugûrar   v.tr. 1S: ináugûro inaugurate a person
inaugûratzoun (f)   n.   inauguration of a president
incendi (m)   n. Pl: incendis fire conflagration, disaster
incêns (m)   n. Pl: incensi incense  
incint, -a   a.   pregnant  
incitar   v.tr.   incite  
inclinar-se   v.refl. 1S: m'incliyno bow  
inclinatzoun (f)   n.   inclination  
incliyna (f)   n.   bow greeting
includeir   v.tr. Pret 1S: inclusi; PP: inclús include  
        enclose  
incognosçut, -a   a.   unknown not known or discovered
incômmod, -a   a.   inconvenient  
        uncomfortable  
incommodar   v.tr. 1S: incômmodo bother  
        inconvenience  
incommoditat (f)   n.   inconvenience  
inconscient   a. invar. unconscious  
incredíbil   a. invar.; Pl: incredibli incredible  
incûb (m)   n.   nightmare  
incûlpar   v.tr.   arrest legally put under arrest
        charge in court
incûlpatzoun (f)   n.   charge in court
indayne (f)   n.   investigation scientific or public opinion
index (m)   n.   index  
indexar   v.tr.   index  
India (f)   pr.n.   India  
indián (m), -ana (f)   nat.n/a   Indian  
indicar   v.tr. 1S: índico; Subj Pr 1S: índique indicate  
indicatour (m)   n.   indicator  
indicatzoun (f)   n.   indication  
indigêissoun (f)   n.   indigestion  
indigentza (f)   n.   need poverty
indign, -a   a.   unworthy  
Indonesia (f)   pr.n.   Indonesia  
indonêsián (m), -ana (f)   nat.n/a   Indonesian  
indûlgeir   v.tr. 1S: indûlgio, 3S: indûlgë; Subj Pr 1S: indûlgia; Pret 1S: indûlgiúi; PP: indûlgiut indulge  
indûlgent   a. invar. indulgent  
indûlgentza (f)   n.   indulgence  
inédit, -a   a.   unknown not yet revealed
inêqual   a. invar. unequal  
        rough uneven
inesperat, -a   a.   unexpected sg. positive
inextensíbil   a. invar.; Pl: inextensibli unstretchable  
infant (m/f)   n.   infant  
infantiyl   a. invar. infantile  
infart (m)   n.   heart attack  
infectzoun (f)   n.   infection  
infectzous, -a   a.   infectious  
infedeil   a. invar. unfaithful  
infêitar   v.tr.   infect  
infêliyç   a. invar.; Pl: infêliyci unhappy  
infereir   v.tr. Fut: inferroy infer  
inferiour   a. invar. inferior  
        lower  
infirmitat (f)   n.   sickness  
inflammar   v.tr.   inflame  
inflatar   v.tr.   inflate currency
inflatzoun (f)   n.   inflation of currency
influentza (f)   n.   influence  
influentzal   a. invar. influential  
influentzar   v.tr.   influence  
informar   v.tr.   inform  
  informar-se (de)   v.refl.   inquire (about)  
informatour (m)   n.   informant  
informatzoun (f)   n.   information  
infortunat, -a   a.   unfortunate  
infortunatament   adv.   unfortunately  
infrarûix, -a   a.   infrared  
ingenería (f)   n.   engineering  
ingenhour (m), -a (f)   n.   engineer  
ingenû, ingenua   a. Pl: ingenui ingenuous  
Inglatzerra (f)   pr.n.   England  
ingleis (m) 1  nat.n.   Englishman  
ingleis, -a 2  nat.a.   English  
ingrat, -a   a.   ungrateful  
ingratzar   v.tr.   thank  
ingratzat, -a   a.   thankful  
ingue (m)   n.   groin  
inhêrent   a. invar. inherent  
injêitar   v.tr.   inject  
injêitzoun (f)   n.   injection  
injuria (f)   n.   insult  
        abuse  
injuriar   v.tr.   insult  
        abuse  
injust, -a   a.   unjust  
        unfair  
        wrong  
injustitza (f)   n.   injustice  
innocent   a. invar. innocent  
innocentza (f)   n.   innocence  
innovar   v.i.   innovate  
inocûlar   v.tr. 1S: inócûlo inoculate  
inocûlatzoun   n.   inoculation  
inoxydábil   a. invar. stainless steel etc.
inqueit, -a   a.   uneasy  
        anxious  
inquietude (f)   n.   anxiety  
insán, insaina   a. Pl: insaini, insans insane  
        mad UK
insanía (f)   n.   insanity  
        madness  
inscriveir   v.tr. > escriveir register on a list
insecur, -a   a.   unsafe  
insêit (m)   n.   insect  
insêriyr (en)   v.tr. 1S: insêrisco plug (in)  
inservíbil   a. invar.; Pl: inservibli worthless  
insisteir (en)   v.i.   insist (on)  
insólit, -a   a.   unusual  
installar   v.tr. Subj Pr 2S: instâls install  
installatzoun (f)   n.   installation  
instantza (f)   n.   instance  
instigar   v.tr. 1S: instiygo; Subj 1S: instiygue abet  
instigatzoun (f)   n.   abetting  
instituîr   v.tr. 1S: institúo, 3S: institúe; Pret 1S: institúi; PP: institut institute  
institut (m)   n.   institute  
instructiyv, -a   a.   instructive  
instruîr   v.tr. 1S: instrúo, 3S: instrúe; Pret 1S: instrúi; PP: instruit educate  
        instruct  
instruit, -a   a.   educated  
instruitzoun (f)   n.   instruction  
  instruitzouni (f pl)   n.   directions [pl.]  
instrument (m)   n.   instrument  
insûccess (m)   n.   failure lack of success
insûlt (m)   n.   insult  
insûltar   v.tr.   insult  
intait, -a   a.   intact  
intêir, -a   a.   whole  
        entire  
intêirament   adv.   entirely  
intentzoun (f)   n.   intention  
intercandza (f)   n.   exchange  
        trade  
intercandzar   v.tr.   exchange  
interdiceir   v.tr. > diceir prohibit  
      > diceir forbid  
interdictzoun (f)   n.   prohibition  
interdiyt, -a   a.   forbidden  
interês (m)   n. Pl: interessi, interesses interest  
interessant   a. invar. interesting  
interessar   v.tr.   interest  
  interessar-se (a)   v.refl.   be interested (in)  
interfereir   v.i.   interfere  
interferentza (f)   n.   interference  
interiour (m)   n.   interior  
        inside  
intern, -a   a.   internal  
interphôn (m)   n.   intercom  
interpret (m/f)   n.   interpreter  
interpretar   v.tr.   interpret  
interpretatzoun (f)   n.   interpretation  
interrogar   v.tr. Subj Pr 1S: interrogue interrogate  
        question  
interrûmpeir   v.tr. > rûmpeir interrupt  
interrûptour (m)   n.   switch  
interrûptzoun (f)   n.   interruption  
intervâl (m)   n. Pl: intervalli, intervâls intermission theatre
intervêniyr   v.i. > vêniyr intervene  
interventzoun (f)   n.   intervention  
  interventzoun chiróurgica   n.   surgery operation
intervista (f)   n.   interview  
intervistar   v.tr.   interview  
intestiyni (m pl)   n.   intestines [pl.]  
        guts [pl.]  
intoxicar   v.tr. 1S: intôxico; Subj Pr 1S: intôxique poison  
intoxicatzoun (f)   n.   poisoning  
intra 2  prep.   between  
  2      among  
intra! / intrat! 1  phr.   come in!  
intrar (en)   v.i.   enter  
        go in  
intreprendeir   v.tr. > prendeir undertake  
intrevideir   v.tr. > videir glimpse  
intrigar   v.tr. Subj Pr 1S: intrigue intrigue  
  intrigar-se (per)   v.refl. > intrigar be intrigued (by)  
introduceir   v.tr. > duceir introduce sg.
intrudeir   v.i. Pret 1S: intrusi; PP: intrús intrude  
intrús (m), intrusa (f)   n.   intruder  
inûndar   v.tr.   flood  
inûndatzoun (f)   n.   flood  
inútil   a. invar. useless  
        needless  
        unnecessary  
inutilisábil   a. invar.; Pl: inutilisabli worthless  
inventar   v.tr.   invent  
inventiyv, -a   a.   inventive  
inventour (m)   n.   inventor  
inventzoun (f)   n.   invention  
investigar   v.tr. 1S: investiygo; Subj Pr 1S: investiygue investigate  
investigatzoun (f)   n.   investigation police
investiment (m)   n.   investment  
investiyr   v.tr. > vestiyr invest  
invisíbil   a. invar.; Pl: invisibli invisible  
invitar   v.tr. 1S: inviyto invite  
invitat (m), -a (f)   n.   guest  
invitatzoun (f)   n.   invitation  
invocar   v.tr. > vocar invoke  
        call upon  
iôd (m)   n.   iodine  
iôn (m)   n.   ion  
iônizant   a. invar. ionizing  
iônizatzoun (f)   n.   ionization  
iônosphêra (f)   n.   ionosphere  
Irán (m)   pr.n.   Iran  
iraneis (m), -a (f)   nat.n/a   Iranian  
irat, -a   a.   angry  
        sore US
        mad US
iris (f)   n. Pl: írissi iris  
irlandeis (m) 1  nat.n.   Irishman  
irlandeis, -a 2  nat.a.   Irish  
Irlandia (f)   pr.n.   Ireland  
  Irlandia de Nord   pr.n.   Northern Ireland  
irratzonal   a. invar. irrational  
irrêgolar   a. invar. irregular  
irrêgolaritat (f)   n.   irregularity  
irrevocábil   a. invar.; Pl: irrevocabli irrevocable  
irritant (m) 1  n.   irritant  
irritant 2  a. invar. irritating  
irritar   v.tr. 1S: irriyto irritate  
  irritar-se (con)   v.refl. > irritar get angry (at)  
irritatzoun (f)   n.   irritation  
isla (f)   n.   island  
  Isle Atzori (f pl)   pr.n.   Azores [pl.]  
islandeis (m), -a (f) 1  nat.n.   Icelander  
islandeis, -a 2  nat.a.   Icelandic  
Islandia (f)   pr.n.   Iceland  
isletta (f)   n.   isle  
isolar   v.tr. 1S: ísolo isolate  
isolat, -a   a.   isolated  
isolatzoun (f)   n.   isolation  
Israel (m)   pr.n.   Israel  
israeli (m/f)   nat.n/a   Israeli  
isthmo (m)   n.   isthmus  
Italia (f)   pr.n.   Italy  
italián (m), -ana (f)   nat.n/a   Italian  
iteratament   adv.   repeatedly  
itinerêr (m)   n.   itinerary  
        route  
ivôr (m)   n.   ivory  
iyra (f)   n.   anger  

Valid HTML 4.01!


Copyright Gabor Sandi 1998-2018

Disclaimer: Everything on this site was written and/or prepared at the author's discretion. The author has tried to be accurate where facts are presented, but this does not mean that these facts are necessarily accurate. People needing more reliable information should refer to appropriate sources presented, on the Internet or elsewhere, by authoritative professional or academic bodies.

To get in touch with the webmaster, send an e-mail to g_sandi at hotmail.com.

Flags on this site are from the FOTW Flags Of The World website.