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Nouns end with
Types of words end with O
Adjectives end with
Ends with A
Adverbs end with
Ends with e
-ej suffix
a suffix used to indicate a place
noun following preposition (shows relation) ends with
ends with -o
Cu
Introduces a yes/no question or one that poses a choice between options
Cu?
Really?
Cu Ne?
Isn't it
Viro
man
Virino
woman
la
the
kaj
and
mi
I
kantas
sing
estas
is/are
gi
it
ne
not
au
or
vi
you
falas
falls
knabo
boy
knabino
girl
dormas
sleep
li
he
si
she
multe
much
bona
good
ludas
play
malbona
bad
ni
we
granda
big
dancas
dance
kafo
coffee
al
to
bela
pretty
malbela
ugly
en
in
malgranda
small
kafejo
cafe
malvarma
cold
parko
park
nokto
night
tre
very
varma
warm
ili
they
bebo
baby
malrapide
slowly
iras
go
longa
long
tago
day
rapide
quickly
saluton
hello
bonan matenon
good morning
gis
up
bonan tagon
good day
dankon
thank you
diras
says
jes
yes
komencanto
beginner
bonvolu
please
kara
dear
bonan nokton
good night
poste
later
pardonpetas
sorry
kiu
who/which
gis la revido
goodbye
nedankinde
you are welcome
bone
well
bonan vesperon
good evening
fartas
is
pardono
pardon
kiel
how
bonvenon
welcome
-n
object (one being kissed) suffix
-o
subject (one doing the kissing) suffix
min
me
vin
you
lin
him
sin
her
nin
us
ilin
them
amas
love
kuko
cake
lakto
milk
bongusta
delicious
kisas
kiss
cokolado
chocolate
satas
like
renkontas
meets
jurnalo
newspaper
mangas
eat
domo
house
trinkas
drink
libro
book
letero
letter
pano
bread
legas
read
pomo
apple
akvo
water
vidas
see
havas
have
nek
neither/nor
angla
english
oni
one
hispana
spanish
lernas
learn
franca
french
lingvo
languages
germana
german
vorto
word
itala
italian
facila
easy
ke
that
parolas
speak
skribi
write
iomete
a bit/slightly
flago
flag
griza
grey
ruga
red
koloro
color
flava
yellow
blua
blue
rozo
rose
verda
gree
rozkolora
pink
ankau
also/too
orangkolora
orange
kolorblinda
color blind
violkolora
violet
blanka
white
floro
flower
nigra
black
bruna
brown
hundo
dog
-j
plural suffix
jen
here is/are
grava
important
vortaro
dictionary
unu
one
patro
father
du
two
patrino
mother
avo
grandfather
persono
person
tri
three
sed
but
car (esperanto)
because
kvar
four
homo
person
gepatroj
parents
da
of (quanitity)
de
of (possession)
kiom
how much/many
kiom da
how much/many of a specific thing
multe da
lots of/many
kiom agas
how old are you
manko de
a lack of
taso
cup
supo
soup
kilogramo
kilogram
glaso
glass
tomato
tomato
donas
give
mendas
order
teo
tea
vino
wine
pago
page
bongusto
tastes good
frazo
sentence
litro
liter
-id
offspring suffix
vir-
male prefix for animals
besto
animal
bovino
cow
vosto
tail
koko
chicken
aligatoro
aligator
cevalo
horse
krokodilo
crocodile
infano
child
vivas
live
mamulo
mammal
fiso
fish
kuniklo
rabbit
porko
pig
muŝo
fly
kaptas
capture
flugas
fly
strigo
owl
kato
cat
insekto
insect
katido
kitten
araneo
spider
hundido
puppy
abelo
bee
safo
sheep
safido
lamb
birdo
bird
muso
mouse
azeno
donkey
anaso
duck
ovo
egg
-a
possesive suffix
kio
what?
tio
that
amiko
male friend
amikino
female friend
koramiko
boyfriend
koramikino
girlfriend
urso
bear
biero
beer
nur
only
hejmo
home
adreso
adress
gia
its
mapo
map
nomo
name
-an
new world suffix (kanadanoj-canadians)
-io
old world suffix (italo-italian)
kie
where
nord-ameriko
north america
logas
lives
sud-ameriko
south america
lando
country
kontinento
continent
italio
italy
meksiko
mexico
italo
italian
kanado
canada
francio
france
australio
australia
francio
france
franco
french
rusio
russia
europo
europe
brazilo
brazil
europano
european
japanio
japan
multa
a lot of
pollando
poland
germanio
germany
cinio
china
usono
USA
azio
asia
germano
german
afriko
africa
el
from
denove
again
usonano
american
vojagi
trip
vizitas
visit
cehio
czech republic
kongreso
congress
venas
comes
sur
on
por
for
sen
without
kun
with
ol
than
kune
together
-om
relates to quantity suffix
tiom
that much
iom
some
ciom
all
neniom
none
viando
meat
bovajo
beef
pli
more
tagmangi
lunch
kokajo
chicken
orango
orange
vespermangi
dinner
gusto
taste
restoracio
restaurant
apetito
appetite
pastajoj
pasta
sandvico
sandwhich
karoto
carot
fisajo
fish meat
telero
plate/dish
gasto
guest
menuo
menu
sukero
sugar
kelnero
waiter
kelnerino
waitress
servas
serve
acetas
buy
matenmangi
breakfast
gustumas
tasting
butero
butter
ananaso
duck
fromago
cheese
frukto
fruit
glacio
ice
suko
juice
mango
food
vend
sell
dolca
sweet
mangajo
food
graso
fat
spico
spice
legomo
vegetable
rizo
rice
oleo
oil
salo
salt
odoras
smell
recepto
recipe
vegetarano
vegetarian
miksas
mix
pico
pizza
frago
strawberry
-et
small suffix (strumpeto)
mojosa
cool
jupo
skirt
suo
shoes
mallonga
short
cemizo
shirt
pantalono
pair of pants
mantelo
layer
ofte
often
kudri
sew
somero
summer
butono
button
poso
pocket
strumpeto
sock
portas
wear
strumpo
stocking
capelo
hat
propra
own
vestajo
clothing
pupo
doll
robo
dress
bezonas
need
-i
infinitive suffix (ami-to love, danci-to dance)
scii
to know intelectual knowledge (specific fact)
koni
to know from experience (usually person or animal)
mono
money
acetas
buy
povi
be able to
konas
know from experience
havi
to have
helpas
help
iri
to go
vera
real
mangi
to eat
petas
ask
fari
to make
voli
to want
scias
to know intelecutal knowledge