English-Interlingue c

De Wiktionary
Saltar a: navigation, serchar

CAB -- fiacre (-ero)

CABAL -- cabale, intriga, conspiration

CABBAGE -- caul

CABIN -- cabane, baracca; (on ship) cayute, cabine. ~ BOY: elev de nave

CABINET -- cabinette, chambrette; (cupboard) scaf; (pol.) consilie, ministerie

CABINET-MAKER -- fin-carpentero

CABLE -- ~, fune

CABOOSE -- cocina de nave

CACAO -- cacáo

CACHEXY -- cachexie

CACHALOT -- cachalote

CACHINATION -- rision

CACHOU -- eachú

CACKLE -- v. cacarear

CACOPHONY -- cacofonie

CACTUS -- cacté

CAD -- fripon, homacho

CADAVEROUS -- cadavratri, cadavric

CADDY -- té-buxette

CADENCE -- cadentie

CADET -- cadette, aspirante

CADGE -- mendicar

CADMIUM -- ~

CAFE -- restorería, cafeería, café

CAFFEIN -- cafeine

CAGE -- ~; v. incagear

CAIRN -- ~, tumul

CAISSON -- munition-vagone; casson

CAJOLE -- persuader, flattar, adular

CAKE -- torte; v. incrustar se

CALABASH -- calabasse

CALAMITY -- calamitá, catastrofe

CALCAREOUS -- calcin, calcic, calciferi

CALCIUM -- ~

CALCULATE -- calcular (-ation, -ator), evaluar. CALCULATING MACHINE: machine calculatori

CALCULUS -- calcul

CALDRON -- ~, bolliere

CALEFACTION -- calentation

CALENDAR -- calendare; almanac

CALENDER -- calandre (-ar)

CALENDULA -- calendul

CALF -- vaccelle; (of leg) sure

CALIBRE -- ~ (-ar); capacitá mental

CALICO -- calicó; (glazed) percalline

CALIPH -- calif (-atu)

CALL -- vocar, clamar; (cry) criar; (name) nominar; (a meeting) convocar; (visit) visitar. TO ~ AT: haltar che. TO ~ FOR: ear (venir) prender. TO ~ IN: far venir. TO ~ OUT: exclamar; n. demande, exigentie

CALLING -- profession, mestiere, artise

CALLIPERS -- calibre-compasse

CALLOSITY -- calle

CALLOUS -- ínsensibil, ínsusceptibil; n. calle

CALLOW -- ínmatur

CALM -- ~, tranquil, quiet; v. calmar, tranquilisar

CALOMEL -- ~

CALORY -- calorie (-ific)

CALUMNY -- calumnie (-ar, -osi)

CALYX -- cálice

CAMARILLA -- ~

CAMBER -- vulte

CAMBRIC -- batiste

CAMEL -- ~

CAMELLIA -- camelia

CAMEO -- camé

CAMERA -- cámera

CAMISOLE -- camisol

CAMOMILE -- camomille

CAMOUFLAGE -- v. camuflar (-age)

CAMP -- ~ (-ar). CAMP-BEDSTEAD: plio-lettiere

CAMPAIGN -- campanie (-al)

CAMPANALOGY -- clocheation

CAMPANULA -- ~

CAMPHOR -- camfor (-ic)

CAMPION -- lichnide

CAN -- n. potte, cruche; metallic scatulle; v. inladar. THEY ~: ili posse

CANAILLE -- canallia

CANAL -- canale (-isar). ~LOCK: scluse

CANARY -- serine, canarí

CANCEL -- anullar; (strike out) trastrecar; (a stamp on envelope) obliterar

CANCER -- cáncere

CANDELABRUM -- candelabre

CANDID -- ~, franc

CANDIDATE -- ~, aspirante

CANDLE -- candel (-iero, -iere)

CANDOUR -- candore, candidesse

CANDY -- sucre candit; v. candir

CANE -- canne. ~WORK: plectage; v. bastonar

CANINE -- canin

CANISTER -- lad-buxe, canistre

CANKER -- cáncere, coruption

CANNIBAL -- canibale (-isrne), antropofago

CANNON -- cannone (-ar, -ada, -ero); (billiards) carambol (-ar)

CANNY -- strangi; caut, circumspect, prudent

CANOE -- canó

CANON -- (a law) canon (-isar, -ic); (person) canonico

CANOPY -- baldachine; (shade) covritura

CANT -- dissimulation; v. dissimular, ficter

CANTANKEROUS -- iritabil, morosi

CANTATA -- ~

CANTEEN -- cantine

CANTER -- curt galopp; v. galoppettar

CANTICLE -- cantico

CANTON -- ~ (-ar, -ament)

CANVAS -- canevas, segle-drap

CANVASS -- v. solicitar (-ation)

CAOUTCHOUC -- cautchuc

CAP -- casquette, cappe; v. covrir; superar

CAPABLE -- capabil (-itá)

CAPACIOUS -- ampli, capaci, spaciosi

CAPE -- cap, promontorie; (garment) pelerine

CAPER -- buffoneríe, capriol, voltige; v. voltiger

CAPERS -- (bot.) cáppare

CAPERCAILLIE -- urogallo

CAPILLARY -- capillari

CAPITAL -- a. (all senses) capital (-ist); n. capitale. ~ PUNISHMENT: condamnation al morte; (capital letter) majuscul

CAPITULAR -- capitulari

CAPITULATE -- capitular (-ation)

CAPON -- ~ (-isar)

CAPRICE -- capricie (-osi), marotte

CAPRICORN -- ~

CAPSIZE -- cap-virar, renversar se

CAPSTAN -- ~, winch

CAPSULE -- capsul

CAPTAIN -- capitano (-atu)

CAPTION -- rubrica

CAPTIOUS -- criticaci

CAPTIVATE -- charmar, fascinar (-ant)

CAPTIVE -- a. captet, captiv (-itá); n. prisonario

CAPTURE -- caption; (prize) captura, prise; v. capter

CAPUCHIN -- capuce; (monk) capucino

CAR -- carre, coche, automobile; (of balloon) corbe, góndol

CARAFE -- caraffe

CARAMEL -- caramelle

CARAT -- carate

CARAVAN -- caravane ( -serái)

CARAVEL -- caravelle

CARAWAY -- cúmine

CARBINE -- carabine (-ero)

CARBOLIC ACID -- carbol

CARBON -- carbonio (-ic, -iferi)

CARBORUNDUM -- carborunde

CARBOY -- corbe-botelle

CARBUNCLE -- carbuncul

CARBURETTER -- carburator

CARCASS -- carcasse, cadavre

CARD -- carte; (wool) carde (-ar)

CARDAMOM -- ~

CARDBOARD -- carton

CARDIAC -- ~, del cordie

CARDINAL -- a. -, principal; (eccl.) cardinale (-atu)

CARE -- cuida (-ar); (anxiety) ínquietitá, sucie; (carefulness) atention; (accuracy) acuratesse, exactitá; (solicitude) anxietá; (sorrow) afliction, grive. TAKE ~: atention!, garda vos!. I DON'T ~: to ne importa me, to es me índiferent

CAREER -- cariera; (motion) curse

CAREFUL -- cuidosi, atentiv, prudent

CARELESS -- ínatentiv, ínsuciant, negligent

CARESS -- caresse (-ar)

CARET -- signe de omission

CARETAKER -- gardator

CARGO -- ~, frete

CARICATURE -- v. caricar (-atura)

CARIES -- carie

CARILLON -- clocheada, melodie de cloches

CARMINE -- n. ~

CARNAGE -- ~, massacre

CARNAL -- ~, sensual

CARNATION -- (bot.) diante

CARNIVAL -- carnevale

CARNIVORE -- ~

CARNIVOROUS -- carnivori

CAROB BEAN -- carube

CAROL -- cristfest-cante

CAROUSAL -- orgie, baccanale

CARP -- n. carpe, carasse; v. chicanar, criticachar

CARPENTER -- carpentero (-ar)

CARPET -- tapisse

CARRIAGE -- (veh.) caleche, coche; (rly.) vagon, cupé; (gun carriage) afuste; (cost of carriage) frete, porte; (conveying) transporte; (bearing) postura, eada, statura

CARRIER -- (of goods) carrero; (messenger) missagero, curriero, portator; (shipper etc.) expeditor

CARRION -- putrallia, cadavre

CARROT -- carotte

CARRY -- portar, suportar. TO ~ OUT: executer. TO ~ OVER: transferter

CART -- carre. ~LOAD: carrade

CARTEL -- cartelle

CARTILAGE -- cartilágine

CARTOON -- caricatura, dessine, film dessinat

CARTOUCHE -- cartuche (-iere)

CARTRIDGE -- cartuche

CARVE -- tranchar, cupar; (sculpt) sculpter, ciselar. CARVING-KNIFE: decupa-cultelle

CASCADE -- ~

CASE -- (circumstance) casu, eveniment; (example) exemple; (gramm.) casu; (holder) buxe, buxette, chestey scatulle, etuí; (lawsuit) processu; (sheath) foderale. IN THAT ~: alor

CASEIN -- caseine

CASEMATE -- ~

CASEMENT -- ale de fenestre

CASH -- moné, pecunie. HARD ~: contante. ~ BOX: cassette

CASHIER -- cassero; v. demisser

CASHMERE -- cachemir

CASING -- invelopament, covritura; (window) revetament

CASINO -- ~

CASK -- baril, tonnel, tine

CASKET -- scatulle, buxette

CASQUE -- casco, helm

CASSOCK -- sutane

CASSOWARY -- casoare

CAST -- v. lansar, jettar; (metal) fonder; (in the eye) strabe. CAST-IRON: ferre fondet; n. (worm cast) tumul

CASTE -- ~

CASTER -- rulette

CASTIGATE -- castigar (-ation, -ator), punir

CASTLE -- castelle; (chess) turre

CASTOR -- ~

CASTOR-OIL -- ricin-oleo

CASTRATE -- castrar (-ation, -ate)

CASUAL -- ~, hasardal

CASUALTY -- victime; (war) cadete

CASUIST -- ~ (-ic)

CAT -- cat (-o, -in)

CATA- -- cata-combe (-falco, -log, -pulte)

CATARACT -- cataracte

CATARRH -- catarre

CATASTROPHE -- catastrof (-al)

CATCH -- v. capter, prender; ( ~ up with) atinger; (grasp mentally) capir; (~ cold) afrigidar se, inreumar se

CATECHISM -- catechisme

CATEGORY -- categorie (-ic)

CATER -- v. provisionar; cuidar

CATERPILLAR -- eruca

CATHARTIC -- a. purgativ, laxativ; n. laxative

CATHEDRA -- catedre

CATHEDRAL -- catedrale

CATHODE -- catode

CATHOLIC -- a. catolic (-isme); n. catolico

CATKIN -- ament

CATTLE -- brutes, boves, pecude

CAUDAL -- ~

CAULDRON -- caldron

CAULIFLOWER -- cauliflor

CAULK -- calfatar

CAUSE -- ~ (-al, -ar). ~LESS: ínmotivat

CAUSEWAY -- chossé

CAUSTIC -- a. ~; satiric

CAUTERIZE -- cauterisar

CAUTION -- ~, prudentie; (warning) v. advertir (-iment)

CAUTIOUS -- caut, prudent, circumspect

CAVALCADE -- ~

CAVALIER -- cavaliero, paladino

CAVALRY -- cavalleríe

CAVE -- cava, caverne. TO ~ IN: crular

CAVERN -- caverne (-al)

CAVEAT -- veto; protestation

CAVIAR -- caviare

CAVIL -- chicanar, criticachar, sofistisar

CAVITY -- cavitá

CAW -- croacar

CEASE -- cessar, finir, terminar. ~LESS: íncessant

CEDAR -- cedre

CEDE -- ceder

CEDILLA -- cedille

CEILING -- plafon

CELEBRATE -- festar, celebrar (-ation)

CELEBRATED -- celebri, famosi, gloriosi

CELERITY -- celeritá, rapiditá, velocitá

CELERY -- selerí, apium

CELESTIAL -- celest, cielari

CELIBATE -- a. celib (-o, -atu)

CELL -- cellul (-ari); (prison) cárcere

CELLAR -- céllar. SALT ~: saliere

CELLULOID -- ~

CELLULOSE -- ~

CEMENT -- cemente

CEMETERY -- sepultoria, jardin del mortes

CENOTAPH -- cenotaf

CENSER -- incensuore

CENSOR -- ~

CENSURE -- blama (-ar), censura (-ar), reprimande (-ar)

CENT -- centime

CENTENARY -- centenari; n. centenarie

CENTI- -- (in comp.) centi-litre, -metre,-pede

CENTRE -- ~ (-al, -ale, -alisar)

CENTURY -- centennie, secul

CERAMIC -- a. ~; n.pl. ceramica

CEREALS -- cereales, frument

CEREBELLUM -- cerebelle

CEREBRUM -- cerebre (-al)

CEREMONY -- ceremonie (-al)

CERISE -- ceresi

CERTAIN -- cert (-itá, -men)

CERTIFICATE -- diploma; testimonie; (school ~) ateste; (med.) certificate

CERTIFY -- certificar, atestar

CERULEAN -- azur, ciel-blu

CESSATION -- ~

CESSPOOL -- latrin-fosse, cloaca

CETACEAN -- a. balenin

CHAFE -- frottar, fricter; iritar se

CHAFF -- drachallia, pleve

CHAFFINCH -- pinson

CHAGRIN -- chagrine (-ar)

CHAIN -- n. caten (-ari); serie; v. (in)catenar, ligar

CHAIR -- stul. EASY ~: fotel; (at a meeting) presidentie; (at a University) catedre; professoratu

CHAIRMAN -- presidente

CHAISE -- caleche

CHALICE -- cálice

CHALK -- crete; v. cretar, crete-scrir

CHALLENGE -- v. contestar, defiar; (a juror) recusar; (duel) provocar; n. defí

CHAMBER -- chambre, cámera. ~LAIN: chambellane, camerlingo. ~MAID: chambrera

CHAMELEON -- cameleon

CHAMOIS -- chamuse (-in)

CHAMP -- machar

CHAMPAGNE -- ~

CHAMPION -- ~, protagonist, avocate, defensor; v. defender

CHANCE -- ~, hasarde; (fate) fate; (opportunity) oportunitá, ocasion; v. riscar

CHANCEL -- altar-plazza

CHANCELLOR -- cancellero

CHANCERY -- alt tribunale

CHANCEE -- ~

CHANDELIER -- candelabre

CHANDLER -- (candel) mercero

CHANGE -- n. ~ (-ear, -eament); (money) micri moné; v. alterar, vicear, mutar; exchangear, substituer; (to dress) transvestir se

CHANNEL -- canalette; strette. marstrette; (furrow) sulca; (for rain) guttiere

CHANT -- n. cante

CHAOS -- cáos. CHAOTIC: caotic

CHAP -- n. (person) chap, individuo; v. fender

CHAPEL -- capella

CHAPERON -- ~

CHAPLAIN -- capellane

CHAPLET -- guirlande, coron

CHAPTER -- capitul

CHAR -- n. nettatora; v. carbonisar

CHAR-A-BANC -- autobus

CHARACTER. -- caráctere (-isar, -istic)

CHARACTERISTIC -- n. trate

CHARADE -- ~

CHARCOAL -- ligni-carbon

CHARGE -- (abstract) ~; (of a gun) cargament; (price) precie; (to jury) instruction. UNDER THE ~ OF: sub duction de; v. (to rush) assaltar, ataccar; (accuse) acusar. inculpar; (to command) ordonar; (entreat) exhortar; (a gun) cargar; (in payment) postular

CHARGER -- cavalle de guerre; (dish) plate, vase

CHARIOT -- triumf-carre; carre de guerre

CHARITABLE -- beneficent, charitosi

CHARITY -- charitá, almosne

CHARLATAN -- ~ (-eríe); medicastro

CHARM -- charme; magie, sorceríe. LUCKY ~: amulette, porta-felicie

CHARNEL-HOUSE -- ossarium

CHART -- carte (geografic), map

CHARTER -- contracte, document; v. fretar

CHARY -- caut, desinclinat

CHASE -- chasse (-ar); v. (metals) graver, ciselar

CHASM -- abiss, ravine; fende

CHASSIS -- chassí

CHASTE -- chast (-itá), pudic, pur

CHASTEN -- punir, humiliar

CHASTISE -- castigar (-ation), punir

CHAT -- babillar, conversar

CHATTELS -- possedage

CHATTER -- v. babill(ach)ar; (teeth) frissonar in li dentes, claccar

CHAUFFEUR -- chofero

CHEAP -- modic (-itá)

CHEAT -- fraudar, decepter, dupar; n. fraudero: (at games) ludard

CHECK -- n. obstacul, impediment, bride, fren; (chess) chac; v. impedir, frenar, controlar

CHECKERED -- quadrillat

CHECKMATE -- chac-matt

CHEEK -- guancie. ~BONE: zygoma

CHEEKY -- impertinent (-ie)

CHEEP -- v. chiripar, pipiar

CHEER -- v. aclamar, aplauder; incoragear, alegrar; n. aplause, hurrá

CHEERFUL -- gay, alegri, joyosi

CHEERLESS -- morni

CHEESE -- caseo (-in) . -PARING: parsimoniosi

CHEF -- chef de cocine

CHEMICAL -- a. chimic; n.pl. chimicalies, productes chimic

CHEMISE -- camis(ett)e

CHEMIST -- apotecario; (analytical) chimico. CHEMIST'S SHOP: apoteca

CHEMISTRY -- chimie

CHEQUE -- chec

CHERISH -- cuidar (tendrimen), estimar; (~ hopes) nutrir

CHERRY -- cerese (-iero)

CHERRY-BRANDY -- ~, kirsch

CHERUB -- chérube (-ic)

CHESS -- chac. ~BOARD: chac-tabul. ~PIECE: chac-figura

CHEST -- tórax (-ic), péctor; (box) buxe, cheste

CHEST OF DRAWERS -- comode

CHESTNUT -- castanie (-iero), maron

CHEVALIER -- cavaliero; galanthom

CHEVRON -- ~; (carp.) raftre

CHEW -- machar. TO ~ THE CUD: ruminar, remachar

CHIC -- ~

CHICANERY -- chicane

CHICK(EN) -- gallinelle

CHICKEN-POX -- varicelle

CHICORY -- cicoré

CHIDE -- reprochar

CHIEF -- a. principal, cardinal. THE ~ THING: li cose cardinal, lu essential; n. chef

CHIEFLY -- precipue

CHIEFTAIN -- chef

CHILBLAIN -- gela-inflatura

CHILD -- infante, filie, bebé. ~BED: acuchament, ~BIRTH: parturition

CHILDHOOD -- infantie. CHILDISH: infantil, pueril

CHILL -- a. frigid; n. frigore; (shudder) frisson. TO CATCH A ~: refrigidar se

CHIME -- clocheada; sonoritá, unison. IN ~ WITH: in acorde con

CHIMERA -- chimere (-ic), ilusion

CHIMNEY -- chimené. CHIMNEY-PIECE: camin-corniche. CHIMNEY-SWEEP: chimenero

CHIMPANZEE -- chimpansé

CHIN -- menton

CHINA -- porcelane. CHINA-CLAY: caoline; (nation) China

CHINK -- intersticie, fissurette; (of money) son

CHIP -- n. splittre, fragment, pezzette; v. splittrar; fracter

CHIROMANCY -- chiromantie

CHIROPODY -- pedicura

CHIRP -- chiripar, pipiar (-ada)

CHISEL -- cisel (-ar, -atura)

CHIT-CHAT -- babillada

CHIVALRY -- cavalieríe

CHIVE -- cebulette, porro

CHLORINE -- clor

CHLOROFORM -- cloroform

CHLOROPHYLL -- clorofill

CHOCK -- cuneo

CHOCOLATE -- ~

CHOICE -- selection, alternative; a. excellent, bonissim, exquisit

CHOIR -- cor (-al, -ale); (place) cora, corbancas

CHOKE -- sufocar; (by gas) asfixiar; strangular

CHOLER -- bilie, colere (-ic), indignation

CHOLERA -- cólera

CHOOSE -- selecter, preferer, optar

CHOP -- (meat) cotlette; v. haccar, tranchar

CHOPS -- (of animal) machuore, musel

CHORAL -- coral(e)

CHORD -- corde; (in music) acord

CHORISTER -- corist

CHORUS -- refrane, cor-pezze

CHRIST -- Cristo (-an, -anisme)

CHRISTEN -- baptisar

CHRISTENDOM -- cristianité

CHRISTMAS -- crist-nascentie, crist-festa

CHROME -- crom

CHROMIUM -- crom

CHRONIC -- (med.) cronic

CHRONICLE -- cronica. CHRONICLER: cronist, historiograf

CHRONOLOGIST -- cronolog (-ic, -ie)

CHRONOMETER -- cronometre

CHRYSALIS -- crisalide, cocon

CHRYSANTHEMUM -- crisanteme

CHUBBY -- guanciut

CHUCK -- plussar; (throw) jettar

CHUCKLE -- hihicar

CHUM -- camarad, intimo, amico, compane

CHUMP -- spess pezze de ligne, splittre

CHUNK -- bloc

CHURCH -- (body) eclesie, congregation; (building) eclesia. ~WARDEN: presbitero, curator de eclesie. ~YARD: sepultoria, jardin del mortes; a. eclesial

CHURL -- moroson, rustico

CHURN -- buttrificar, far buttre; (noun) buttre-baril, quirluore

CICADA -- cicade

CICATRICE -- cicatre (-isar)

CIDER -- cidre

CIGAR -- cigarre. ~CASE: cigarriere. ~HOLDER: porta-cigarre, cigarriero

CIGARETTE -- ~

CINDER -- cindre f-iere)

CINEMA -- cinemá (-tograf)

CINERARY -- urne cindral, cindriere

CINNAMON -- cinamon

CIPHER -- ciffre; (nought) null

CIRCLE -- circul, cicle; v. circular, circumdar, revoluer

CIRCLET -- circulette

CIRCUIT -- districte, viage circulari; (electr.) circuite

CIRCUITOTUS -- circumeant, long

CIRCULAR -- a. rond, circulari; (noun) circulare

CIRCULATE -- circular (-ation), rotar CIRCUMAMBIENT: circumdant

CIRCUM- -- as in English.: circum-ciser, -ferentie, -flex, -navlgar, -scrir, -spect, -stantie etc.

CIRCUMVENT -- circumear, super-rusar

CIRCUS -- circo

CISTERN -- cisterne

CITADEL -- citadelle

CITE -- citar (-ation, -ate)

CITIZEN -- citean, cive, borgese. ~SHIP: civitá, borgesitá

CITRON -- ~, limon

CITY -- cité (-an)

CIVIC -- ~

CIVIL -- civil; (polite) cortesi, polit, galant. ~ WAR: guerre intern

CIVILIAN -- a. civil

CIVILISE -- civilisar (-ation)

CLACK -- claccar, cliquettar

CLAD -- vestit, covrit

CLAIM -- pretender; (demand) postular, demandar; (noun) pretension; (right) jure; (mining) parcelle jalonat

CLAIMANT -- pretendente

CLAIRVOYANCE -- clar-videntie

CLAMBER -- climbar, grimpar

CLAMMY -- sufocant, humid, viscosi

CLAMOUR -- clamore, clamada, bruida; v. clamar

CLAMP -- crampon, serrette, clamp; v. cramponar

CLAN -- tribe, gente, rasse

CLANDESTINE -- secret, ocult

CLANG -- son, ton; v. sonorar

CLANK -- v. raslar (-ada)

CLAP -- (hands) claccar, clappar, aplauder. ~ OF THUNDER: clapp de tónnere

CLAP-TRAP -- boniment

CLAPPER -- (of bell) battente

CLARET -- vin de Bordeaux

CLARIFY -- aclarar, clarificar (-ation)

CLARINET -- clarinette

CLARION -- trumpete

CLASH -- desacordar, colider; (noun) choc, pussa, colision

CLASP -- (of belt) fibul; croc; v. (hands) intertener, tener fixmen, acrocar, presser

CLASS -- categorie, classe (-ic, -ificar)

CLATTER -- v. raslar (-ada), babillar

CLAUSE -- stipulation, condition; (gramm.) cláusul

CLAW -- griffe, ungul

CLAY -- argil (-iera, -osi)

CLEAN -- pur, nett, chast; v. nettar, demuddar

CLEANSE -- apurar, purificar, nettar

CLEAR -- clar, evident, lucid, limpid; (clear of) líber de; v. (of guilt) exculpar; (to empty) vacuar; (to clear up) aclarar, explicar; (get rid of) desembarassar se de; (throat) tussettar

CLEARING -- (in forest) clariera

CLEAT -- clamp

CLEAVE -- fender; (to stick) adherer, aglutinar se

CLEF -- clave

CLEFT -- (noun) fende, abiss

CLEMENT -- ~ (-ie), indulgent

CLENCH -- (fist) serrar

CLERGY -- clero, clerical partise, clericallia

CLERGYMAN -- clerico, prestro

CLERICAL -- ~; ~ ERROR: scrit-erra, erra de plum

CLERK -- commí, secretario, oficiario, employato, scritor, copist

CLEVER -- habil, capabil, astut, talentat

CLEW -- (naut.) cargar 11 segles; (noun) scot-angul

CLICK -- claccar, ticar, tic-tacar

CLIENT -- ~ (-ela)

CLIFF -- ~

CLIMATE -- clima (-tic)

CLIMAX -- culmine, sómmit

CLIMB -- montar, ascender; (with hands) climbar, grimpar

CLINCH -- fixar, presser, rivetar

CLING -- adherer a, acrocar se a, collar se a

CLINIC -- clinica (-al)

CLINK -- claccar

CLINKER -- scorle; clinc. ~BUILT: plancatura-clinc

CLIP -- (off) decupar, abciser; (shear) tonder; (fasten) cramponar, serrar; (noun) pincette, crampon

CLIQUE -- ~

CLOAK -- mantó, mantel. HOODED ~: capote. ~ROOM: garda-roba; (rail) depositoria; v. celar

CLOCK -- horloge (-ero, alarm-). ~WORK: mecanisme

CLOD -- gleb; (lump) bul

CLOG -- (shoe) ligni-sapate; v. impedir, genar, obstructer

CLOISTER -- claustre, monastere, monaciera, conventu

CLOSE -- a. (near) proxim; (dense) densi; (miserly) avari, mesquin; (secret) secret, celat; (atmosphere) sufocant; (musty) mofosi. A ~ FIGHT: un combatte long índecidet; (noun) fine, conolusion; v. clúder, finir, terminar

CLOSET -- closete, cabinete; (w.c.) latrine

CLOSURE -- clusura

CLOT -- v. coagular (-ation); (noun) masse, glom

CLOTH -- drap; (a cloth) linage; (naut.) seglage

CLOTHE -- vestir (-iment)

CLOTHIER -- drapero, vestimentero

CLOUD -- nube (-at, -osi); CLOUDLESS: sin nubes, clar, seren

CLOUT -- (rag) lapp; (blow) colpe

CLOVE -- cariofil

CLOVER -- trifolie

CLOWN -- buffon, arlequin, clown; (boor) rustico, plumpon

CLOY -- supersaturar, nausear

CLUB -- ~; (cards) treff; (weapon) clobbe; v. clobbar

CLUCK -- glussar

CLUE -- fil, guide, clave, signe

CLUMP -- ~, gruppe

CLUMSY -- ínhabil, pesant, plump

CLUSTER -- (grapes) uve; (trees etc.) gruppe; (flowers) toff

CLUTCH -- v. capter, tener; (noun) griffe; (motoring) acuplator. ~ PEDAL: pedale de acuplage

COACH -- coche (-ero), caleche, carosse; (rail.) vagon; (tutor) privat instructor

COAGULATE -- coagular (-ation)

COAL -- carbon (-iere, -iera); v. (a ship) cargar carbon, prender carbon

COALESCE -- fuser, fusionar

COAMINGS -- sill

COARSE -- rud, vulgari, índelicat, gross, crud

COAST -- costa, marborde, líttore, rive; v. cabotar (-age, -ero)

COAT -- (jacket) jaque, veston; (dress ~) frac; (of animals) pelisse. (~ of arms) blason. COAT-HANGER: veste-croc

COATED -- stuccat, incrustat

COAX -- persuader

COB -- un fort pony; (maize) spica

COBALT -- ~

COBBLE -- lappar, reparar

COBBLER -- sapatero, sapat-reparator

COCA -- ~ COCAINE: ~

COCHINEAL -- cochenill

COCK -- (fowl) gallino; (of gun) clave; (tap) robinete, tornette; v. TO ~ A GUN: tender li clave

COCKADE -- cocarde

COCKATOO -- cacatú

COCKATRICE -- basilisco

COCKBOAT -- yoll, chalupe

COCKCHAFER -- melolont

COCKCROWL -- cante gallinin

COCKEREL -- gallinello

COCKLE -- (zool.) cardio

COCKPIT -- (naut.) cocpit

COCKROACH -- blatte

COCKSCOMB -- crest del gallino

COCOA -- cacáo

COCONUT -- coco. ~TREE: cocopalme

COCOON -- cocon

COD -- (fish) morúe

CODDLE -- dorlotar. afeminar

CODE -- ~ (-ificar)

CODICIL -- codicille

COEFFICIENT -- coeficiente

COERCE -- fortiar, obligar, coercir

COEVAL -- contemporan, de sam epoca

COFFEE; café. ~POT -- cafeiere

COFFER -- coffre, moné-bux

COFFIN -- sarco

COG -- dente. ~WHEEL: rote dentat

COGENT -- convictiv

COGITATE -- meditar, reflecter

COGNAC -- ~

COGNATE -- parent, afini

COGNIZANT -- TO BE ~ OF: saver

COGNOMEN -- co-nómine

COHABIT -- cohabitar

COHERE -- coherer (-ent)

COHESION -- ~ COIFFURE: cofie

COIL -- spul, rul; v. voluer, spular, invelopar

COIN -- monete (-ar, -ari)

COINCIDE -- coincider (-ent, -entie)

COKE -- cocs

COKERNUT -- coco

COLANDER -- cribelle

COLD -- a. frigid; (noun) frigore; (med.) catarre, refrigidation. TO CATCH ~: refrigidar se. I AM ~: yo frige

COLIC -- colica

COLLABORATE -- colaborar (-ation, -ator)

COLLAPSE -- crular, cader in ruinas, coruir, discader. COLLAPSIBLE BOAT: bote plicabil

COLLAR -- colare, coliere. COLLAR-BONE: clavicul; v. capter

COLLATE -- comparar

COLLATERAL -- ~

COLLEAGUE -- colego (-a)

COLLECT -- colecter (-ion, -or, -iv, -ivisme, -ivist); (noun) colecte

COLLECTED -- (in mind) tranquil

COLLEGE -- colegia (-al), universitá

COLLIDE -- colider (-sion)

COLLIER -- carbon(labor)ero, minero

COLLIERY -- carboniera

COLLOCATE -- colocar (-ation), ordinar, arangear

COLLODION -- colodium

COLLOQUIAL -- (lingue) familiari, usual

COLLUSION -- colusion, secret acordantie

COLON -- cólon

COLONEL -- ~ COLONNADE: ~

COLONY -- colonia (-al, -ist, -isar)

COLOSSUS -- colosse (-al)

COLOUR -- color (-ar, -ation, -ist), pigment, tinctuira; (fig.) pretexte. COLOURS: (flag) standarte

COLOURING -- colorit

COLOURLESS -- sin colore

COLPORTEUR -- colportero

COLT -- cavallello

COLUMBINE -- (bot.) aquilegie; (theatre) colombina

COLUMN -- (arch.) colonne; (typ.) columne

COMA -- ~ (-tosi)

COMB -- péctine (-ar): creste

COMBAT -- v. combatter, luctar; polemisar, disputar

COMBINE -- v. combinar (-ation , -ator), ligar, junter, unir, unionar

COMBUSTIBLE -- combustibil

COMBUSTION -- ~

COME -- venir. TO ~ ABOUT: evenir. TO ~ ACROSS: incontrar. ~ AFTER: sequer. ~ BY: obtener. ~ IN FOR: heredar, reciver. ~ OFF: successar, evenir. ~ UNDONE: deligar se. ~ ON

COMEDIAN -- comico, comediante

COMEDY -- comedie

COMELY -- pretti, graciosi

COMESTIBLES -- ~, victuales

COMET -- comete

COMFIT -- sucrage

COMFORT -- v. consolar, injoyar; n. consolation, comforte

COMFORTABLE -- comfortabil, comod, agreabil

COMIC -- a. comic (-o)

COMMA -- ~

COMMAND -- comandar, ordonar, dominar, mastrisar, (noun) comande, ordone, decrete. SECOND IN ~: sub-comandante

COMMANDEER -- prender per fortie

COMMANDMENT -- comandament. THE TEN COMMANDMENTS: decalog

COMMEMORATE -- festar, comemorar (-ation, -ativ)

COMMENCE -- comensar. ~MENT: comense

COMMEND -- laudar, recomandar

COMMENSURATE -- proportional, relativ

COMMENT -- v. comentar (-ation, -ator, -arie); (noun) comenta, nota, remarca

COMMERCE -- comercie (-al), afere, negocie

COMMISERATE -- comiserar, compatir

COMMISSARIAT -- (mil.) comissariatu, intendantúra

COMMISSARY -- comissario

COMMISSION -- comission (-ario), charge, mandate, comende. TO GIVE A ~: comisser

COMMIT -- cometter, far; (entrust) confider

COMMITTEE -- comité

COMMODE -- comode

COMMODIOUS -- comod, spaciosi, vast, ampli

COMMODITY -- merce

COMMODORE -- comodore

COMMON -- comun, ordinari, banal, trivial, vulgari, frequent; (noun) comun pastura

COMMONALTY -- comunitá, populache

COMMONER -- cive

COMMONPLACE -- banal (-itá), ordinari

COMMONWEAL -- bene public

COMMONWEALTH -- comunalité

COMMOTION -- tumultu, comotion

COMMUNE -- comunité, publica, municipie; v. TO ~ WITH: conferer con

COMMUNICANT -- comunient

COMMUNICATE -- comunicar (-ation, -ativ), informar, advertir, dar avise

COMMUNION -- (eccles.) comunion, eucaristie

COMMUNIST -- comunist (-ic, -isme)

COMMUNITY -- comunité

COMMUTE -- changear; comutar; (a sentence) transformar, amildar

COMPACT -- a. ~, compresset

COMPANION -- compane, socio

COMPANY -- companie, societé, association, truppe, bande; confratrie

COMPARE -- comparar (-abil, -ation,-ativ, -ative)

COMPARISON -- comparation

COMPARTMENT -- rayon, branche, compartiment; (rail.) cupé

COMPASS -- circuit, circul, sfere, circumferentie; (extent) extension, limites; (ship's) bussol; (pair of compasses) compasse

COMPASSION -- ~, misericordie

COMPATIBLE -- campatabil

COMPATRIOT -- ~

COMPEER -- socio

COMPEL -- fortiar, obligar

COMPENDIUM -- compendie, extrate

COMPENSATE -- compensar (-ation, -atori), rimborsar, reparar

COMPETE -- concurrer. competir (-itor, -ition)

COMPETENT -- ~ (-ie)

COMPETENCE -- suficentie, habilitá, competentie

COMPILE -- compilar (-ation, -ator)

COMPLACENT -- content, self-satisfat

COMPLAIN -- plendir, lamentar

COMPLAINT -- plende, petition; maladie, índisposition

COMPLAISENT -- complesent (-ie), gentil

COMPLEMENT -- ~ (-ari), suplement

COMPLETE -- a. complet; v. compleer, completar, finir, perfectionar

COMPLEX -- ~ (-itá), complicat; (noun) complexe

COMPLEXION -- facie-color, carnation

COMPLICATE -- complicar (-ation)

COMPLICITY -- complicitá, complicie

COMPLIMENT -- ~ (-ar, -ari)

COMPLY -- submetter se a, ceder, obedir

COMPONENT -- componente, element, parte, ingrediente

COMPORT -- conduir se (-ida)

COMPOSE -- composir (-ition, -itor); (oneself) quietar, tranquilisar se; (set up type) composter (-ero, -or)

COMPOSITE -- composit, complicat

COMPOSITION -- ~, artícul, ovre; consistentie

COMPOST -- composte

COMPOSURE -- tranquilitá, calmie

COMPOTE -- compotte

COMPOUND -- a. complex; v. mixter, combinar, junter. TO ~ WITH ONE'S CREDITORS: atinger un arangeament con su creditores; (noun) mixtura, combination. ~ INTEREST: intereste acumulativ

COMPREHEND -- comprender (-sion, -sibil), percepter, capir, includer

COMPREHENSIVE -- inbrassant, vast, extensiv

COMPRESS -- compresser (-ion, -or, -ibil)

COMPRISE -- inbrassar, contener, includer

COMPROMISE -- v. compromisser (-ion); (a person) comprometter (-ent); (noun) compromisse, arangeament COMPULSION: fortiation, pression, obligation

COMPULSORY -- obligativ, obligatori

COMPUNCTION -- remorse, contrition

COMPUTE -- computar, calcular; evaluar, taxar (-ation)

COMRADE -- camarado, compane, socio

CON -- studiar, leer atentivmen. PROS AND CONS: por e contra

CONCATENATE -- concatenar (-ation)

CONCAVE -- cavi, concav (-itá)

CONCEAL -- celar, ocultar

CONCEDE -- conceder (-ssion)

CONCEIT -- vanitá, presumption, imagination, idé

CONCEITED -- vanitosi, fier, ínmodest

CONCEIVE -- capir, comprender, concepter, presentar se, imaginar; (become pregnant) gravidijar, concepter

CONCENTRATE -- concentrar (-ation, -ic)

CONCEPT -- conception, notion, idé

CONCERN -- concerner (-ent); (noun) afere, interesse

CONCERNING -- (prep.) concernente, pri

CONCERT -- ~; (agreement) acorde, consente; v. interconsentir

CONCERTINA -- ~

CONCESSION -- ~ (-ario)

CONCHOLOGY -- conchologie

CONCILIATE -- conciliar (-ant, -ation, -ator)

CONCISE -- concis

CONCLAVE -- ~

CONCLUDE -- concluder (-sion, -siv), finir, terminar

CONCOCT -- fabricar, preparar, cocinar, excogitar, inventer

CONCOMITANT -- acompaniant, samtemporal, co-existent

CONCORD -- concordie; v. concordar

CONCOURSE -- assemblé; turbe

CONCRETE -- a. concret (-isar); (noun) beton

CONCUBINE -- concubina (-age, -atu)

CONCUPISCENCE -- voluptá, voluptositá, concupiscentie

CONCUR -- consentir, coincider

CONCUSSION -- comotion cerebral

CONDEMN -- condaranar, blamar, desaprobar

CONDENSE -- condensar (-ation, -ator), compresser

CONDESCEND -- condescender (-entie), dignar, compleser

CONDIGN -- meritet

CONDIMENT -- ~, spice

CONDITION -- ~ (-al, -ar), statu

CONDOLE -- condoler (-ent, -entie)

CONDONE -- pardonar, excusar

CONDOR -- ~

CONDUCE -- contribuer, axixiliar, servir, favorisar

CONDUCT -- v. ducter, guidar, directer; (behave) conduir (se); (noun) conduida. SAPE ~: passa-permisse

CONDUCTOR -- ~; (mus.) director, capellmastro, chef de orchestre, dirigente. LIGHTNING ~: para-fúlmine

CONDUIT -- aqua-tub

CONE -- ~ (-ic). PINECONE: pin-fructa

CONFECTIONERY -- sucrage (-ero, -ería)

CONFEDERATE -- confederar (-ation, -ativ), alliar

CONFER -- conferer (-entie. -entiero); (bestow) dar; (consult) consultar

CONFESS -- declarar, confesser (-ion, -or, -ionale)

CONFIDANT -- intimo, confidente

CONFIDE -- confider (-ent, -entie, -ential)

CONFIDENT -- cert

CONFIGURATION -- ~

CONFINE -- v. limitar, restricter, incarcerar, confinar; (childbirth) acuchar; n. confine

CONFIRM -- confirmar (-ation), constatar

CONFIRMED -- fix, constant; (med.) cronic

CONFISCATE -- confiscar (-ation)

CONFLAGRATION -- incendie, flagration

CONFLICT -- v. conflicter; (noun) conflicte, lucte

CONFLUENCE -- confluentie

CONFORM -- v. adaptar, conformar (-ation, -ativ, -itá)

CONFORMABLE -- conform

CONFOUND -- confuser, destructer. ~ HIM!: li diábol mey capter le!

CONFRATERNITY -- fraternité

CONFRERE -- colego

CONFRONT -- confrontar (-ation)

CONFUSE -- confuser (-ion); inbrolliar

CONFUTE -- confutar, convicter pri erra

CONGEAL -- gelar, glaciar se, congelar (-ation)

CONGENER -- homogen

CONGENIAL -- plesent, simpatic, afini

CONGENITAL -- congenital, natural, de nascentie, ínnascet

CONGER -- congre, mar-anguille

CONGERIES -- conglomerate

CONGEST -- congester (-ion, -ionar)

CONGLOMERATE -- v. conglomerar (-ation, -ate)

CONGRATULATE -- gratular (-ation, -atori), felicitar

CONGREGATE -- congregar (-ation), assemblar, convenir

CONGRESS -- ~

CONGRUENT -- ~ (-ie)

CONIFER -- conifere

CONJECTURE -- conojecter (-ion, -ura), suposir

CONJOIN -- conjunter (-ion, -iv, -ura)

CONJUGAL -- conjugal, marital, matrimonial

CONJUGATE -- conjugar (-ation)

CONJUNCTION -- conjuntion. IN ~ WITH: junt con

CONJURE -- (beseech) conjurar; (perform tricks) prestidigitar, jonglar (-ero, -eríe)

CONNECT -- conexer (-ion)

CONNECTION -- relation, parentité; conexion; (person) parente

CONNING-TOWER -- comanda-turre

CONNIVE -- coniventiar, esser in complicitá con

CONNOISSEUR -- conossero

CONNOTE -- significar

CONNUBIAL -- nuptial, marital

CONQUER -- conquestar (-ation, -ator); victer, superar

CONQUEST -- victorie, triumf, conqueste

CONSANGUINEOUS -- parent, consanguin (-itá)

CONSCIENCE -- conscientie (-osi)

CONSCIOUS -- conscient. TO BE ~ OF: conscier

CONSCRIPT -- v. (mil.) conscrir (-te, -tion), recrutar

CONSECRATE -- consacrar (-ation), benedir, dedicar

CONSECUTIVE -- consecutiv, successiv

CONSENSUS -- consentiment

CONSENT -- v. consentir; (noun) consente

CONSEQUENCE -- consequentie, resultate, importantie. IN ~ OF: pro

CONSEQUENTIAL -- pomposi

CONSEQUENTLY -- ergo, dunc, per consequentie

CONSERVE -- conservar (-ation, -ator, -ativ, -atori), preservar; (fruit etc.) confiter

CONSIDER -- considerar (-ation, -abil), contemplar, prender in calcul, egardar

CONSIDERATE -- a. indulgent

CONSIDERING -- (prep.) con egard a

CONSIGN -- consignar (-ator, -ation, -atario), expedir

CONSIGNMENT -- (comm.) consignament, merces consignat

CONSIST -- consister (-ent, -entie)

CONSISTENT -- consequential, conform; a. acordant, compatibil

CONSOLE -- consolar (-ation, -ativ); (noun) console

CONSOLIDATE -- consolidar (-ation)

CONSONANT -- a. ~; (noun): consonante

CONSORT -- ~, socio. v. TO ~ WITH: associar se con

CONSPICUOUS -- prominent, clar, salient, frappant. TO BE ~ BY ITS ABSENCE: brilliar per su tot absentie

CONSPIRE -- conspirar (-ation, -ator), complotar

CONSTABLE -- policist, conestable

CONSTANT -- ~ (-e, -ie), frequent

CONSTELLATION -- ~

CONSTERNATE -- consternar (-ation)

CONSTIPATE -- constipar (-ation)

CONSTITUENCY -- districte electoral

CONSTITUTE -- constituer (-tion, -tional, -tiv, -ente)

CONSTITUENT -- elector

CONSTRAIN -- fortiar, obligar

CONSTRAINT -- fortie, fortiation

CONSTRICT -- constricter (-ion, -iv), contraer

CONSTRUCT -- constructer (-ion, -iv, -or)

CONSTRUE -- interpretar

CONSUL -- ~ (-atu)

CONSULT -- consultar (-ation)

CONSUME -- consumpter (-ion, -iv); (eat) manjar

CONSUMMATE -- a. habilissim; v. completar, perfecter

CONSUMPTION -- (med.) ftise (-ic); consumption

CONTACT -- contacte; v. comunicar con, contacter

CONTAGION -- contagie (-osi), infection

CONTAIN -- contener (-ete, -entie, -ida)

CONTAMINATE -- contaminar (-ation), polluer, infecter (-ion)

CONTEMN -- despecter, despreciar

CONTEMPLATE -- contemplar (-ation, -ativ)

CONTEMPORANEOUS -- contemporan (-ie)

CONTEMPORARY -- (noun) contemporane

CONTEMPT -- despection

CONTEMPTIBLE -- abject, depreciabil

CONTEMPTUOUS -- orgolliosi, depreciant, sarcastic

CONTEND -- combatter, luctar, polemisar, asserter, mantener

CONTENT -- a. ~; (noun) contenete; v. contentar (-ament), satisfar

CONTENTIOUS -- querellaci

CONTENTS -- contenete

CONTERMINOUS -- adjacent, contigui

CONTEST -- combatte, lucte, concurse, polemica; v. contestar (-ation. -abil), negar

CONTEXT -- contextu (-al)

CONTIGUOUS -- contigui (-tá)

CONTINENT -- a. chast, abstenent; (noun) continente (-al)

CONTINGENT -- dependent de; (noun) contingente

CONTINUAL -- continui (-tá), íncessant

CONTINUE -- continuar (-ation), extender

CONTORT -- torder (-sion)

CONTOUR -- contur

CONTRA- -- as in English: contra-dir, -bass, -punct

CONTRABAND -- contrabande (-ar, -ero)

CONTRACT -- v. contraer (se) (-tion, -tiv); abreviar. TO ENTER INTO A ~: contratar; (noun) ocontrate, pacte

CONTRACTOR -- interprendero

CONTRADICT -- contradir (-tion), dementir

CONTRALTO -- ~

CONTRAPUNTAL -- ~

CONTRARY -- a. contrari, adversi; (noun) contrarie (-etá). ON THE ~: in contrari

CONTRAST -- contraste (-ar)

CONTRAVENE -- contravenir (-tion); contra-acter, violar

CONTRIBUTE -- contribuer (-tion, -tiv)

CONTRITE -- contrit (-ion), repentent

CONTRIVANCE -- aparate, mecanisme

CONTRIVE -- inventer, ingeniar, successar

CONTROL -- control (-ar), direction, supervision

CONTROVERSY -- polemica, controverse (-ar)

CONTROVERSIAL -- disputabil

CONTROVERT -- refutar, despruvar, oposir

CONTUMACIOUS -- obstinaci, perversi, renitent

CONTUMELY -- insolentie, linguage arogant

CONTUSE -- contuser (-ion, -ionar), aplastar

CONUNDRUM -- enigma, rebus

CONVALESCE -- convalescer (-ent, -entie)

CONVENE -- convocar, assemblar; (summon) citar

CONVENIENT -- comod, apt, convenent. TO BE ~: convener

CONVENT -- conventu (-al), monastere, monaciera, claustre

CONVENTION -- ~, assemblé, convenida

CONVENTIONAL -- ~, usual, customal

CONVERGE -- converger (-ent, -entie)

CONVERSANT -- versat, adept

CONVERSATION -- soaré

CONVERSE -- parlar, conversar (-tion); (noun) lu oposit

CONVERSELY -- invers, in contrari

CONVERSION -- ~, transformation, change

CONVERT -- converter, proselitar; (noun) convertete, proselite, neofite

CONVEX -- ~ (-itá)

CONVEY -- (news) transmisser, comunicar; (carry) transportar, transferter

CONVEYANCE -- expedition; (veh.) vehicul, carre

CONVEYANCER -- notario

CONVICT -- declarar culpabil; (noun) criminard condamnat a servitude penal, penitentiario

CONVICTION -- (opinion) ~, crede

CONVINCE -- convicter

CONVIVIAL -- festinal, festal, sociabil

CONVOKE -- convocar

CONVOLUTION -- ~

CONVOLVULUS -- convolvul

CONVOY -- ~ (-ar, -ero), escorte

CONVULSE -- convulser (-ion, -iv)

COO -- v. rucular (-ada)

COOK -- v. cocinar (-ero, -era, -ería)

COOKERY -- cocine, arte culinari

COOL -- frigid, frisc; (fig.) calm, indiferent, flegmatic, ínturbat; v. (re)frigidar

COOLIE -- culi

COOLING -- (mech.) refrigidation

COOLNESS -- aplombe

COOP -- cage por volallia

COOPER -- cuvero

CO-OPERATE -- cooperar (-ation, -ativ, -ative)

CO-OPT -- cooptar (-ation)

CO-ORDINATE -- coordinar (-ation, -ator, -ates)

COOT -- fulica

COPE -- (eccl.) sutane; (dome) cupol; v. TO ~ WITH: luctar contra, mastrisar

COPIOUS -- ampli, rich, abundant, numerosi

COPPER -- cupre; (vessel) cuve, ~ WORKS: cuprería

COPPICE -- boscage

COPULATE -- copular (-ation, -ativ), coiter

COPY -- copie (-ar, -ist), modelle, duplicate, specimen; (of a book) exemplare; (art) reproduction. COPY-BOOK: caderne; v. copiar, imitar

COPYRIGHT -- jure editorial

COQUETTISH -- coquet (-ar, -eríe)

CORAL -- coralle (-in). ~ ISLAND: atoll

CORD -- corde (-age)

CORDIAL -- ~ (-itá); (noun) cordiale

CORDITE -- ~

CORDON -- (mil.) ~

CORE -- nucleo, cordie; quintessentie

CORK -- corc; (bung) tapon. ~SCREW: tira-corc. ~ TREE: corciere; v. corcar

CORMORANT -- cormoran

CORN -- (on foot) calle; (grain) frument, cereales, mais, grane

CORNCRAKE -- crex

CORNEA -- ~

CORNER -- angul. ~ STONE: lápid angulari; v. (comm.) acaparar

CORNET -- cornette (-ist)

CORNFLOWER -- centaurea, cianette

CORNICE -- corniche

COROLLA -- (bot.) corol

COROLLARY -- corolarie

CORONATION -- ~

CORONER -- inquestor legal

CORONET -- coronette

CORPORAL -- ~, (mil.) caporale

CORPORATE -- corporat

CORPORATION -- ~, municipie

CORPOREAL -- corporal, material

CORPS -- (mil.) corpo

CORPSE -- cadavre, morto

CORPULENT -- ~ (-ie), obesi

CORPUSCLE -- corpuscul (-ari)

CORRECT -- a. corect, just; v. corecter (-ion, -iv, -ura), punir

CORRELATE -- corelater (-ion, -iv)

CORRESPOND -- coresponder (-ent, -entie). CORRESPONDING TO: conform a, secun

CORRIDOR -- coridor

CORRIGENDUM -- un erra a corecter, corectende

CORROBORATE -- coroborar (-ation, -ativ), confirmar

CORRODE -- coroder (-sion, -siv)

CORRUGATE -- v. rugar

CORRUPT -- corupter (-ion, -iv); a. corupt, depravat

CORSAGE -- ~

CORSAIR -- corsare, pirate

CORSLET -- demi-curasse

CORSET -- corsete (-era)

CORTEGE -- cortege, escorte, suita

CORTEX -- cortice (-al)

CORUSCATE -- scintillear, brilliar

CORVETTE -- corvete

CORVINE -- corvin

CORYPHAEUS -- corifé

COSMETIC -- ~, grime; n. cosmetico

COSMIC -- ~

COSMO- -- as in English: cosmo-gonie, -grafie, -logie, -polit

COSMOS -- cosmo

COSSACK -- cosac

COSSET -- dorlotar (-on)

COST -- custa, precie

COSTLY -- custosi, car, expensiv

COSTERMONGER -- stradvenditor

COSTAL -- (med.) ~

COSTIVE -- constipat

COSTUME -- ~ (-ero)

COSY -- a. agreabil, comfortabil; (noun) té-muff, covri-teiere

COT -- infant-lette; domette

COTERIE -- coteríe, clique

COTTAGE -- ~, domette, villa

COTTER-PIN -- clavette, bolt fendet

COTTON -- coton (-age); (thread) fil. ~-WOOL: vate

COUCH -- canapé, sofa, reposuore; v. expresser

COUGAR -- cugar, puma

COUGH -- n. tusse (-ar, -ada)

COULISSE -- culisse

COUNCIL -- concil

COUNSEL -- consilie (-ero), avise; (barrister) avocate; v. consiliar (-ator), deliberar, conferer pri

COUNT -- v. numerar, contar, calcular; (noun) (title) comto: (-atu, -ia, -essa)

COUNTENANCE -- facie, visage; aprobation; v. permisser, aprobar

COUNTER -- (noun) contore; (games) chip, jeton; v. contra-acter. TO RUN ~ TO: contrariar, esser contrari a

COUNTER~ -- (in comp.) contra-mesura, -demande, -póndere

COUNTER-CHECK -- contra-control

COUNTERFEIT -- v. contrafar, imitar; a. fictiv, fals

COUNTERFOIL -- control-folie

COUNTERMAND -- revocar, contra-ordonar, contramandar

COUNTERSINK -- fresar

COUNTRY -- land, país; (as opposed to city) rure, campania

COUNTRYMAN -- paisan, rurano. FELLOW ~: compatriot

COUNTY -- comtia, provincia

COUPLE -- pare, cuple; v. junter, ligar; (mech.) cuplar

COUPON -- cupon

COURAGE -- corage (-osi)

COURIER -- curriero

COURSE -- (lessons) cursu; (race) curse; (of water) fluida; (of life) carriera, serie. OF ~: naturalmen, self-comprensibil

COURSING -- lepor-chassada, chass-currida

COURT -- corte; (law) corte, tribunale; v. cortesar; (disaster) invitar

COURTEOUS -- cortesi (-esie)

COURTESAN -- curtisana, hetera

COURTIER -- cortesan

COUSIN -- cusino (-a)

COVE -- baya, golfette

COVENANT -- contrate, pacte; (league) liga, fédere; v. concordar

COVER -- v. covrir; (noun) covritura: (lid) covriment, covrette; (book) covriment

COVERLET -- covri-lette

COVERT -- a. secret, covrit; (noun) bestie-refugia

COVET -- desirar, cupidar, esser avid pri

COVETOUS -- avid; (miserly) avari

COVEY -- coyatura, vola

COW -- vacca; v. intimidar, dominar. ~-DUNG: flad

COWARD -- caudard, poltron (-eríe). timoron

COWBOY -- vaccero

COWEE -- ahoccar se; horrer (avan)

COWL -- capuce

COWSLIP -- primul

COXCOMB -- dandy, fatuo, vaniton

COXSWAIN -- botstirero, stirmann

COY -- modest, prud, timid

CRAB -- (zool.) crabe. ~-APPLE: pomastre

CRABBED -- morosi, acerb

CRACK -- fende; (of whip) clacca; (of gun) detonation; v. fender, rupter; cracar

CRACKER -- craca-bonbon; (for nuts) nuce-cracator, craca-nuce

CRACKLE -- gnistar, crepitar

CRADLE -- lulluore

CRAFT -- mestiere, artise; (cunning) astutie; (naut.) nave, bote

CRAFTSMAN -- artisan (-atu)

CRAFTY -- astut

CRAG -- cliff, rocc

CRAM -- stuffar, plenar; inculcar; (study) studiar

CRAMP -- spasma, crampe; (iron) crampon

CRAMPED -- strett, rigid, confinat

CRANBERRY -- oxicocco, rubi mirtille

CRANE -- (bird) grue; (mech.) cran; v. TO ~ THE NECK: extender li col

CRANIUM -- cranie (-al)

CRANK -- (mech.) manivelle; ( a turn) torsion; (person) maniac; a. (naut.) instabil

CRANNY -- fendette, fissura

CRAPE -- crepon

CRASH -- (noun) crac, fracass, detonation; (comm.) bancrott, bankruptie; v. aplastar se, colider; (collapse) crular

CRASS -- ~, extrem, gross

CRATE -- chest, pacca-corbe

CRATER -- erátere

CRAVAT -- cravatte

CRAVE -- implorar, suplicar; ( ~ for) avidar

CRAVEN -- caudari; (noun) poltron

CRAWFISH -- crev

CRAWL -- repter

CRAYON -- pastelle

CRAZE -- manie, frenesie

CRAZY -- alienat, frenesi, folli

CREAK -- crepitar, cracar

CREAM -- crem (-osi)

CREASE -- v. plicar; (crumple) frossar; (pucker) frunsar

CREATE -- crear (-ation, -ator, -ativ, -atura)

CREDENCE -- fide, crede(ntie)

CREDENTIALS -- legitimation-paperes

CREDIBLE -- credibil (-ita)

CREDIT -- v. creder; (place to ~) crediter; (noun) credite, honore

CREDITABLE -- honorant

CREDITOR -- ~

CREDULOUS -- credul (-itá), credaci

CREED -- confession, credentie

CREEK -- bay, rivere, litt inboccatura

CREEL -- pisc-corb

CREEP -- repter, serpentar, ear sin brue

CREEPER -- (bot.) sarment, branchette; (plant) climbator

CREMATE -- cremar (-ation, -atoria), incindrar

CRENELLATED -- crenellat

CREOLE -- creol

CREOSOTE -- creosot

CREPE -- crepon

CREPUSCULAR -- crepusculari

CRESCENDO -- ~

CRESCENT -- (noun) crescente; (of moon) falcette

CRESS -- cresson (-iera)

CREST -- creste, toff

CRETACEOUS -- cretosi, cretatri

CRETIN -- cretino

CRETONNE -- creton

CREVASSE -- fende, fissura

CREVICE -- fendette, fissura

CREW -- truppe, bande, equip; clicca

CRIB -- crippe, manjuore, stall, infant-lette; v. plagiar; restricter

CRIBBLE -- cribelle

CRICK -- crampe, spasma

CRICKET -- (game) ~; (insect) grillie

CRIME -- crímine (-al, -ard), delicte

CRIMP -- v. crispar

CRIMSON -- carmesin

CRINGE -- adflexer se servilmen avan

CRINKLE -- rugar, plicar

CRINOLINE -- ~

CRIPPLE -- (noun) invalido, mutilato; a. (crippled) claudicant, paralisat

CRISIS -- crise

CRISP -- (hair) ~; (air) frisc; (brittle) crumelaci; v. crispar

CRITERION -- criterie

CRITIC -- critico (-ard)

CRITICAL -- (crucial) critic; (fastidious) criticaci

CRITICISE -- criticar, criticachar

CRITICISM -- critica

CROAK -- croacar; (frogs) coacar (-ada)

CROCHET -- v. crochetar (-age, -eríe)

CROCK -- potte terrin, cruche

CROCKERY -- argil-merce, potteríe, fayance

CROCODILE -- ~

CROCUS -- ~, safran

CROFT -- micri farme

CRONY -- intim amico, intimo

CROOK -- croc, croc-baston. BISHOP'S ~: baston episcopal; (swindler) fraudero

CROOKED -- curvi, obliqui, desrect; perversi

CROON -- cantar pianmen

CROP -- recolte; (bird's) cropp; v. tonder, abciser; (reap) falcear

CROQUET -- croquete

CROSS -- a. travers, transversal; obliqui, diagonal; iritabil, morosi; (noun) cruce, crucifix; hibride. CROSSING: passage, trajecte; (rail.) nivell-passage. ~-ROADS: crucevia; v. transear, transir, passar; (oppose) oposir; (plants) crucear, hibridisar. TO ~ OUT: trastrecar; (of streets) intersecter se

CROSSBOW -- arbalest

CROSS-EXAMINE -- contra-questionar

CROSS-EYED -- strab (-on, -isme)

CROSS-GRAINED -- (of persons) obstinat, renitent

CROSS-TREES -- (naut.) travers-salinga

CROTCHET -- (whim) marotte, capricie; (mus.) quart-note

CROUCH -- ahoccar se, inflexer se, bassar se

CROUP -- (med.) crupp; (animals) crupe

CROW -- (bird) cornille; v. cantar quam un gállino, triumfar (súper)

CROWBAR -- levuore, ferrin fuste

CROWD -- hom-amasse, turbe; v. presser, amassar, superplenar. TO ~ SAILS: presser segles, portar tro mult segles

CROWN -- coron, diadem; (wreath) guirlande; (of head) vertice; (of anchor) cruce; v. coronar (-ation)

CRUCIAL -- critic, decisiv

CRUCIBLE -- fusuore, crusel

CRUCIFIX -- ~

CRUCIFY -- crucificar (-ation)

CRUDE -- crud (-itá)

CRUEL -- ~ (-itá)

CRUET -- flacon, botellette, condimentiere

CRUISE -- crucear; (noun) plesur-viage, cruce

CRUISER -- crucero, cruceator

CRUMB -- crumel; ( a ~) crumelun

CRUMBLE -- crumelar; (into dust) dispolvar

CRUMPLE -- frossar

CRUNCH -- (teeth) grinsar; (of snow) gnistar, crepitar

CRUPPER -- (harness) caude-strap; (of horse) crupe

CRUSADE -- cruceade (-ero)

CRUSE -- cruchette

CRUSH -- supresser, aplastar; presser, anihilar; (bruise) contuser; (pound) pistar

CRUST -- cruste, cortice

CRUSTACEAN -- crustacé

CRUTCH -- cruca (-on)

CRUX -- desfacilitá

CRY -- criar, clamar; (weep) lacrimar, plorar (-ada). TO ~ OUT: exclamar; n. cri

CRYPT -- cripta, tombe

CRYPTIC -- secret, ocult, enigmatic

CRYSTAL -- cristalle (-in. -isar)

CUB -- (of lion, fox etc.) leonello, foxello; garsonacho

CUBE -- cub (-ic, -ar, -atura, -ist)

CUBICLE -- cuchatoria, dorm-chambrette

CUCKOLD -- cocú

CUCKOO -- cucú

CUCUMBER -- cucumbre

CUD -- TO CHEW THE ~: remachar, ruminar

CUDDLE -- caressar, inbrassar, circumpresser

CUDGEL -- clobb, bastonazzo

CUE -- billiard-baston; (theatre) parol indicatori, signe

CUFF -- manchette; (blow) colpe (per li punie); puniade

CUIRASS -- curasse (-iero, -ero)

CUISINE -- cocine, arte culinari

CUL-DE-SAC -- ciec-via

CULINARY -- culinari

CULL -- colier

CULMINATE -- culminar (-ation)

CULPABLE -- culpabil (-itá), criminal

CULPRIT -- culpon, malefator

CULT -- cultu

CULTIVATE -- cultivar (-ation, -ator, -abil)

CULTURE -- cultura (-al)

CULTERED -- cult

CUMBER -- genar, embarassar, incumbrar

CUMBERSOME -- genant, molest, ponderosi

CUMIN -- cúmine

CUMULATIVE -- cumulativ

CUMULUS -- ~

CUNEIFORM -- ~

CUNNING -- a. astut (-ie), insidie

CUP -- tasse (-ade), cope; (in sport) bocale

CUPBOARD -- scaf

CUPID -- ~ (itá)

CUPOLA -- cupol

CUPREOUS -- cupric, cuprin

CUR -- canach

CURATE -- sub-paroco, vicario

CURATOR -- ~, intendante

CURB -- bridar, frenar, moderar

CURDS -- coagulat lacte, caseine

CURDLE -- coagular

CURE -- cura(tion), terapie, remedie; v. sanar, remediar; insalar, preparar

CURFEW -- vésper-cloche

CURIO -- curiositá, raritá

CURIOUS -- curiosi, inquisitiv, strangi

CURL -- bucle; (of waves) crispada; (of smoke) serpenteada; v. a. friser, buclar

CURLEW -- numenio

CURLING-PAPER -- papilotte

CURMUDGEON -- avaron, mesquino

CURRANT -- crusbere. DRIED ~: corinte

CURRENCY -- circulation; valuta, moné

CURRENT -- ~, fluent, circulant

CURRICULUM -- curriculum

CURRIER -- preparator de cute

CURRY -- v. TO ~ FAVOUR: insinuar se; (noun) carri

CURRY-COMB -- strigul (-ar)

CURSE -- maledir (-ition), blasfemar; n. anatema, blasfema

CURSIVE -- cursiv

CURSORY -- cursori, efemeral, fugitiv, superficial

CURT -- brusqui, laconic, abrupt

CURTAIL -- acurtar, abreviar, restricter, limitar

CURTAIN -- cortine

CURTSEY -- reverentie, cortesie; v. far reverentie, cortesiar

CURVE -- ~, curvatura; v. curvar, flexer

CURVED -- curv(i)

CUSHION -- cussine (-ette)

CUSTARD -- crem ovin

CUSTODIAN -- curator, custode, gardero

CUSTODY, IN -- sub garde; custodie. TO TAKE INTO ~: arestar

CUSTOM -- ~ (-al, -ari), hábitu, usu; (social practice) more

CUSTOMER -- client, comprator

CUSTOMS -- doane (-ero), tribute

CUT -- n. cisura; tranchitura; (style) fasson; a. (glass) polit, slifat; v. (hair) tonder; (meat) tranchir; (stone) ciser, sculpter. TO ~ OFF: decupar, deciser

CUTANEOUS -- pellic, dermatic, cutin

CUTE -- sagaci, astut

CUTICLE -- epiderma, cuticul

CUTLER -- cultellero (-íe)

CUTLET -- cotlette

CUTTER -- (blade) lame, cupuore; (naut.) cuttre

CUT-THROAT -- assassinator, cise-gurgul

CUTTING -- (hort.) demergeon

CUTTLEFISH -- sepia

CYCLAMEN -- ciclamen

CYCLE -- bicicle(tte); (of time) cicle

CYCLONE -- ciclon

CYGNET -- cignell

CYLINDER -- cilindre (-ic)

CYMBAL -- cimbale

CYNIC -- cinic (-o, -isme)

CYNOSURE -- stelle guidant, punctu de atration

CYPHER -- ciffre; (nought) null

CYPRESS -- cipresse

CYST -- vessic, sac

CZAR -- tsar (-essa)