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DAB -- v. tappar; n. tappa

DABBLE -- barbotar, spruzzar. TO ~ IN: laborachar ye, dilettantar. DABBLER IN PHILOSOPHY: filosofastro

DACHSHUND -- bassete

DACTYL -- dactile (-ic, -ologie)

DAD -- papá

DAFFODIL -- yelb narcisse

DAFT -- idiotic, folli, stult

DAGGER -- puniale

DAHLIA -- dalia

DAILY -- a. dial, diari; (noun) diale

DAINTY -- delicat (-esse), fin, pretti; (noun) gurmandage

DAIRY -- lacteria. ~ MAID: lactera

DAIS -- estrade, tribune

DAISY -- margarita

DALE -- valléy(ette)

DALLY -- hesitar, perdir témpor; amorettar, flirtar

DAM -- diga; (of animals) matre

DAMAGE -- ~; (law) desdamageament, compensation; v. damagear, nocer

DAMASK -- damasco

DAME -- dama

DAMN -- (con)damnar (-ation, -abil), anatemar

DAMNED -- maledit

DAMP -- humid (-ar, -itá). ~ PROOF: inpermeabil

DAMPER -- (for fires) camin-clappe

DAMSEL -- senioretta, puella

DAMSON -- prune damascin

DANCE -- v. dansar; (noun) dansa (-ero, -era, -ada), ball

DANDELION -- leontodon, taráxaco

DANDLE -- saltillar, balansar

DANDY -- ~

DANGER -- dangere (-osi)

DANGLE -- balansar, oscillar, pender, pendular

DANK -- humid

DAPPER -- chic, alert, elegant

DAPPLED -- puntillat, maculat

DARE -- audaciar, haver li corage, defiar

DARING -- a. audaci (-tá), brav, corageosi, temerari

DARK -- a. obscur, tenebrosi, sinistri; (noun) tenebre, obscuritá

DARKEN -- obscurar; (grow ~) obsourijar

DARLING -- a. car, amat; (noun) carissim (-o), favorita (-o)

DARN -- reparar, lappar

DART -- micri fleche, lansette, darde; v. (a look) jettar regard sur. TO ~ AT: precipitar se a

DASH -- (hurl) lansar, jettar(se) ; (smash) fracassar; (one's hopes) forprender li esperantie; (~ against) chocar contra; (noun) strec; (quantity) un poc; admixtura; (spirit) elan

DASHING -- frappant, evocant atention, audaci, galant

DASTARD -- caudard, poltron (-eríe)

DASTARDLY -- abominabil, caudardi

DATA -- ~, factes, detallies

DATE -- ~ (-ar). UP TO ~: modern, hodial, til hodie. OUT OF ~: anacronistic; (fruit) datil

DATIVE -- a. dativ; (noun) dative

DAUB -- (with brush) pinselachar; pictachar

DAUGHTER -- filia. ~-IN-LAW: belfilia

DAUNT -- intimidar, descoragear

DAVIT -- ~, bot-cran

DAWDLE -- lentear, dissipar, témpor

DAWN -- aurora, crepuscul; alba; v. matinear, albijar

DAY -- die; (opposed to night) jorne

DAYDREAM -- reve

DAYLIGHT -- luce diari

DAZE -- aturdir, stupefar; (dazzle) ciecar

DAZZLE -- (a)ciecar, fascinar, dazlar

DEACON -- diacon (-atu, -essa); (Church officer presbitero

DEAD -- a. mort (-al), ínanimat; (dead to) ínsensibil por; (accurate) exact; ~ HEAT: egalitá. THE ~: li mortes. ~ MARCH: marcha funebri

DEADEN -- obtuser, moderar, narootisar

DEADLOCK -- stagnation, cessation

DEADLY -- mortal, fatal

DEADLY NIGHTSHADE -- belladonna

DEAF -- surd (a-ar)

DEAP-MUTE -- surdimuto

DEAL -- parte, portion; (timber) planca; v. (cards) distribuer, dar; (trade) mercar, negociar; (trade with) comprar che; (a blow) far, inflicter; (~ with) liquidar, executer

DEALER -- comerciante, mercator, mercero, negociant

DEALINGS -- interrelationes, tráfic, negociationes

DEAN -- decan (-atu)

DEAR -- car, amat; (costly) custosi, car, expensiv. OH ~: o ve!

DEARTH -- manca, indigentie, scarsitá

DEATH -- morte (-al, -alitá). ~ AGONY: agonie. TO PUT TO ~: mortar

DEATHBED -- lette de morte

DEATHLESS -- ínmortal

DEBACLE -- catastrof, debacle

DEBAR -- excluDer, refusar

DEBASE -- degradar, depravar, humiliar; (coinage) falsar

DEBASED -- viciosi, degradat, corupt(et)

DEBATE -- debatte (-ar, -abil)

DEBAUCH -- seducter, ruinar; v. a. debochar (-ard, -eríe), libertinar

DEBENTURE -- obligation, debit-atest

DEBILITATE -- debilisar (-ation)

DEBIT -- (comm.) debete (-ar)

DEBONAIR -- galant, benigni, afabil

DEBOUCH -- exmarchar, exfluer

DEBRIS -- fragmentes, roccallia

DEBT -- debite (-or)

DEBUT -- debut (-ante). TO MAKE ONE'S ~: debutar

DECADE -- -decennie (-al)

DECADENT -- ~ (-ie)

DECAMP -- departer, secretmen forear, decampar

DECANT -- transvasar

DECANTER -- caraffe

DECAPITATE -- decap(it)ar (-ation)

DECARBONISE -- decarbonisar

DECAY -- devenir caduc, decrepir, deperir, decader; (rot) putrir; decomposir se; n. caducitá, putrition

DECEASE -- morte, decesse

DECEIT -- duperíe, fraude

DECEIVE -- decepter (-ion, -iv); (mislead) seducter, dupar

DECEMBER -- decembre

DECENNIAL -- ~, deci-annual

DECENT -- ~ (-ie), pudic; suficent

DECENTRALISE -- decentralisar (-ation)

DECIDE -- deciDer (-sion, -siv)

DECIDED -- a. cert, positiv, firm

DECIDUOUS -- decidui

DECIMAL -- ~

DECIMATE -- decimar (-ation)

DECIPHER -- deciffrar

DECISION -- ~, firmitá

DECK -- (naut.) ~, ponte; (quarter-deck) stern-deck; v. ornar, vestir

DECLAIM -- declamar (-ation. -ator)

DECLARE -- declarar (-ation), anunciar, asserter

DECLENSION -- declination

DECLINE -- v. declinar, refusar; diminuer; (noun) marasma, ftise

DECLIVITY -- declive

DECOCT -- decocter (-ion)

DECODE -- deciffrar, decodificar

DECOLLETE -- decolté, decoltat

DECOMPOSE -- decomposir (se) (-ition)

DECONTROL -- decontrolar, liberar de control

DECORATE -- ornar; decorar (-ation, -ativ, -ator)

DECOROUS -- decent, convenent

DECORUM -- decentie, bon manieres

DECORTICATE -- decorticar

DECOY -- lure; v. atraer. lurar

DECREASE -- (di)minuer (-tion), decrescer (-entie)

DECREE -- decrete (-er), ordon (-ar)

DECREPIT -- ~, caduc

DECRY -- decreditar, depreciar

DEDICATE -- dedicar (-ation, -atori), consacrar, devoer (se)

DEDUCE -- deducter (-ion, -iv), concluDer, derivar

DEDUCT -- subtraer (-tion)

DEED -- acte, action; document

DEEM -- opiner, considerar

DEEP -- a. profund (-ita, -esse, -ore); (noun) mare, abisse

DEEPEN -- aprofundar, devenir plu intens

DEEP-SEATED -- inradicat

DEER -- cervo (-a); (Roe) capreol

DEFACE -- defigurar, deformar, defecter

DEFALCATE -- defraudar

DEFAME -- defamar (-ation, -atori), calumniar

DEFAULT -- v. negliger; (noun) manca, omission; (law) contumacie. TO SUFFER JUDGMENT BY ~: perdir ye li processu pro absentie

DEFAULTER -- (comm.) insolvente

DEFEAT -- v. victer, victoriar; frustrar, anullar; (mil.) defetar; (noun) defete

DEFECT -- defecte (-iv), manaca, erra

DEFECTION -- desertion, abandon

DEFENCE -- defense, defension, protection

DEFEND -- defenDer (-siv), gardar, protecter; (law) pledar

DEFENDANT -- acusato, inculpato

DEFER -- procrastinar, ajornar; submisser se; (yield) ceder

DEFERENCE -- respecte, consideration

DEFIANCE -- bravade, defiation. IN ~ OF: malgré, in defí de

DEFICIENT -- mancant, ínsuficent, defectiv, ínperfect

DEFICIT -- deficite

DEFILE -- v. depravar, deshonorar; (mil.) defilar; (noun) defilé (strett) pass

DEFINE -- definir (-ition, -itiv), preeiser, limitar

DEFLATE -- deflar (-ation)

DEFLECT -- detornar, deviar, deflexer

DEFLOWER -- deshonorar, desvirginar; (a plant) desflorar

DEFORM -- deformar (-ation, -itá), mutilar

DEFRAUD -- defraudar

DEFRAY -- payar

DEFT -- habil, déxteri

DEFUNCT -- mort, decedet. TO BE ~: ne plu exister

DEFY -- bravar, provocar, defiar

DEGENERATE -- v. degenerar (-ation); a. degenerat, decadent, perversi

DEGRADE -- degradar, humiliar

DEGREE -- gradu, mesura, scala; proportion; (rank) rang, diploma. BY DEGREES: gradualmen

DEIFY -- deificar

DEIGN -- dignar, condescender

DEISM -- de-isme (-ist)

DEITY -- Deo, deitá

DEJECTED -- depresset, descorageat, desanimat

DELAY -- v. a. retardar, procrastinar, demorar; v. n. tardar, hesitar; n. retarde, mora

DELECTABLE -- deliciosi, juitiv, delectabil

DELEGATE -- v. delegar (-ation. -ate), deputar

DELETE -- forstrecar, deleter (-ion)

DELETERIOUS -- nociv, nocent

DELIBERATE -- a. intentional; v. deliberar (-ation)

DELICACY -- delicatesse; (a dainty) gurmandage

DELICATE -- delicat, fin, tendri

DELICIOUS -- deliciosi, ravissent; (of taste) saporosi

DELIGHT -- delicie, plesura, joya; v. charmar, injoyar, pleser, delectar. TO ~ IN: juir

DELIMIT -- definir, delimitar

DELINEATE -- delinear; (sketch out) esquissar, dessinar

DELINQUENCY -- delicte, culpabilitá

DELINQUENT -- delinquente, culpon

DELIQUESCE -- liquificar se

DELIRIUM -- delire. TO BE DELIRIOUS: delirar

DELIVER -- (free) liberar, emancipar; (rescue) salvar; (goods) liverar; (hand over) transdar; (an opinion) enunciar; ( confinement ) acuchar

DELL -- valleyette

DELPHINIUM -- delfinium

DELTA -- ~

DELUDE -- dupar, decepter. TO ~ ONE INTO: seducter

DELUGE -- v. inundar (-ation); (noun) diluvie (-al)

DELUSION -- fals notion, halucination, deception

DELVE -- fossar, serchar in

DEMAGNETISE -- demagnetisar

DEMAGOGUE -- demagog (-ic)

DEMAND -- v. exiger, demandar, postular; n. demande, beson

DEMARCATE -- delimitar, demarcar

DEMEAN -- abassar, degradar; (behave) conduir se

DEMEANOUR -- conduida, atitude, maniere

DEMENTED -- folli, rabiat, rabiosi, frenetic, dement

DEMERIT -- culpe, defecte, demerite

DEMESME -- domene, possedage

DEMI- -- as in English: demí-deo etc.

DEMIJOHN -- corb-botelle, damajan

DEMISE -- morte

DEMISEMIQUAVER -- triantiduesim note

DEMOBILISE -- demobilisar

DEMOCRAT -- ~ (-ie, -ic, -isar)

DEMOLISH -- demolir (-ation), destructer, anihilar

DEMON -- ~ (-ic, -isar, -isme)

DEMONSTRATE -- demonstrar (-ant, -ation, -ativ)

DEMORALISE -- demoralisar

DEMUR -- hesitar, objecter

DEMURE -- prud, seriosi, modest

DEMURRAGE -- demorage

DEN -- caverne, antre, grotte, refugia

DENIAL -- negation. SELF~: abnegation

DENIZEN -- habitante

DENOMINATE -- noiainar, designar

DENOMINATION -- secta, categorie, division

DENOTE -- significar, indicar, marcar, signar, designar

DENOUEMENT -- developament, solution

DENOUNCE -- denunciar (-ation, -ator), acusar

DENSE -- densi (-tá, -ore, -allia); (fig.) stult, inept

DENT -- incisura, cavette; v. bosselar

DENTAL -- ~

DENTATE -- dentat

DENTIFRICE -- dentifricte

DENTIST -- ~ (-ica)

DENTURES -- dentage

DENUDE -- denudar (-ation)

DENY -- negar, refusar

DEODAR -- ~

DEODORIZE -- desodorisar

DEPART -- departer

DEPARTED -- (deceased) decedet

DEPARTMENT -- branche, profession, division, section, departement, rayon

DEPARTURA -- departe

DEPEND -- depender (de) (-ent, -entie)

DEPENDABLE -- pruvat, cert, secur, fidibil

DEPICT -- (paint) picter; (describe) descrir, caracterisar, portretar

DEPLETE -- exhauster (-ion), desplenar, vacuar

DEPLORE -- deplorar (-abil)

DEPOLARISE -- depolarisar

DEPOPULATE -- depopular

DEPORT -- deportar (-ation), exiliar

DEPORTMENT -- postura, marchada, statura

DEPOSE -- (a king) detronar; (law) atestar, declarar

DEPOSIT -- deposir (-ition, -itor, -itoria), dar in depó; (noun) deposite, sediment

DEPOT -- depó, magasine, depositoria

DEPRAVE -- depravar

DEPRAVED -- viciosi, depravat

DEPRECATE -- desaprobar, regretar

DEPRECIATE -- depreciar; (price) minuer, reducter

DEPREDATE -- pilliar, spoliar (-ation)

DEPRESS -- depresser (-ion), abassar

DEPRIVE -- privar (-ation, -ativ)

DEPTH -- profunditá; (measurement) profundore

DEPUTE -- deputar (-ate, -ation), delegar

DEPUTY- -- (prefix) vice-

DERAIL -- derelar

DERANGE -- desordinar, desarangear, confuser; (the mind) alienar

DERELICT -- abandonat, ruinat

DERELICTION -- negligentie, omission

DERIDE -- deriDer (-sori, -sion), mocar, persiflar

DEROGATE -- devalorar, damagear, depreciar, desestimar, minuer

DERRICK -- cran

DERVISH -- ~

DESCANT -- (mus.) soprano; v. trillar; (fig.) discurrer pri

DESCEND -- descenDer (-se, -sion, -dente, -dentie)

DESCRIBE -- descrir (-ition, -itiv); (draw) dessinar

DESCRY -- spiar, vider, decovrir

DESECRATE -- desacrar, profanar

DESERT -- a. desert; (noun) deserte; v. deserter (-ion, -or) abandonar

DESERTS -- merite

DESERVE -- meriter (-ori, -osi)

DESHABILLE -- negligé

DESICCATE -- (ex)siccar (-ation)

DESIDERATUM -- beson, manca

DESIGN -- (draw) dessinar, esquissar; (plan out) projector, designar; (intend) intenter; n. dessine, plan, projecte

DESIGNATE -- designar (-ation, -abil), destinar, nominar

DESIGNING -- perfid, astut

DESIRE -- ~ (-ar, -abil). TO BE DESIROUS: desirar

DESIST -- cessar, detener se

DESK -- pupitre,scri-table

DESOLATE -- a. desert, desolat, isolat; v. devastar (-ation)

DESPAIR -- desesperar (-antie)

DESPATCH -- v. inviar, expedir, misser; (kill) mortar; (noun) celeritá; (mil.) depeche. ~ RIDER: estafet

DESPERADO -- ~

DESPERATE -- desperat, desesperat

DESPICABLE -- despectibil

DESPISE -- despecter

DESPITE -- malgré

DESPOIL -- spoliar, marodar, rapter

DESPOND -- descoragear se, desesperar

DESPONDENCY -- depression

DESPOT -- ~ (-ic, -isme)

DESQUAMATE -- desquamar

DESSERT -- ~

DESTINATION -- ~, adresse

DESTINE -- destinar

DESTINY -- destine, fate

DESTITUTE -- a. indigent, privat de, sin sucurse

DESTROY -- destructer, ruinar, anihilar

DESTROYER -- destróyer, torpedobot-chassero, destructor

DESTRUCTION -- ~

DESUETUDE -- desusantie

DESULTORY -- superficial, cursori, incoherent

DETACH -- separar, deligar

DETACHMENT -- (mil.) section; (aloofness) isolation

DETAIL -- detallie (-ar, -at); (tell off) selecter, definir. IN ~; detalliatmen

DETAIN -- arestar, stoppar, retener

DETECT -- (notice) remarcar; (discover) decovrir, detecter (-or, -ion, -iv, -ive)

DETER -- impedir

DETERGENT -- a. ~, purificant

DETERIORATE -- deterioraf (-ation), pejorar

DETERMINE -- determinar (-ation, -ativ), resoluer

DETERMINED -- a. resolut, ínflexibil

DETEST -- abominar (-abil, -ation), odiar, detestar

DETHRONE -- detronar

DETONATE -- detonar (-ation, -ator), explodentar

DETOUR -- detorne, via índirect

DETRACT -- detracter (-ion, -or), calumniar

DETRAIN -- debarcar del tren

DETRIMENT -- ~, damage, desavantage

DEUCE -- diábol; (at cards) li du; (tennis) in egalitá

DEVASTATE -- devastar (-ation)

DEVELOP -- developar (-ation), disvoluer

DEVIATE -- deviar (-ation), digresser

DEVICE -- remedie, plan, projecte, invention, expediente; simbol, devise

DEVIL -- diábol (-ic, -eríe)

DEVIOUS -- deviatori, índirect

DEVISE -- imaginar, inventer; (legal) legar

DEVOID OF -- sin, vacui de, ne havent

DEVOLVE UPON -- scader sur

DEVOTE -- devoer, consacrar, dedicar

DEVOTEE -- entusiaste, adepte, adorator, disciple

DEVOTION -- ~

DEVOUR -- devorar

DEVOUT -- devoet, pie, religiosi

DEW -- rosé

DEXTEROUS -- déxteri (-tá)

DIABETES -- diabete (-ic, -ico)

DIABOLICAL -- diabolic

DIAGONAL -- ~

DIADEM -- ~

DIAGNOSIS -- diagnoSe (-ar, -tic, -tica)

DIAGONAL -- - (e)

DIAGRAM -- diagramma (-tic), figura

DIAL -- disco

DIALECT -- dialecte (-ica)

DIALOGUE -- dialog

DIAMETER -- diametre (-ic, -al)

DIAMOND -- diamant; (cards) caro

DIAPASON -- ~

DIAPER -- involuette

DIAPHANOUS -- diafan

DIAPHRAGM -- diafragma

DIARRHOEA -- diaré

DIARY -- diarium

DIATRIBE -- ~, invective

DICE -- ossettes, cubes

DICOTYLEDON -- dicotiledon

DICTATE -- dictar (-at, -ator, -atori, -atura, -ation), ordonar

DICTION -- ~

DICTIONARY -- lexico, dictionarium

DICTUM -- ~

DIDACTIC -- ~ (-a)

DIE -- v. morir; (perish) perir; (- out) extinter se; n. cube, stamp

DIET -- diete (-ari, -ic, -ica)

DIFFER -- diferer (-ent, -entie, -entiar, -ential, -entiale)

DIFFICULT -- desfacil (-itá), penosi

DIFFIDENT -- modest, misfident

DIFFRACT -- difracter (-ion, -iv, -or)

DIFFUSE -- a. prolix; v. difuser (-ion)

DIG -- fossar

DIGEST -- digester (-ibil, -ion, -iv); n. compendie, resumé

DIGIT -- ciffre

DIGITALIS -- digitale

DIGNIFIED -- digni (-tá, -tosi, -tario)

DIGRESS -- digresser (-ion)

DIKE -- diga

DILAPIDATED -- in ruines, caduc

DILATE -- dilatar, elargar

DILATORY -- procrastinatori, lent, tardigrad, lentaci

DILEMMA -- ~

DILETTANTE -- ~, amator

DILIGENT -- ~ (-ie)

DILL -- anete

DILLY-DALLY -- procrastinar

DILUTE -- diluer (-tion)

DILUVIAL -- ~

DIM -- obscur, ínclar, pallid, debil; v. obscurar

DIMENSION -- ~ (-al), mesura

DIMINISH -- (di)minuer (-tion, -tiv), decrescer

DIMPLE -- cavette

DIN -- bruida; v. TO ~ INTO OUR EARS: tamburar a nor oreles

DIKE -- dinear

DINING-ROOM -- manjatoria

DINGHLY -- yoll

DINGY -- morni, sordid, obscur

DINNER -- diné

DINT -- impression. BY ~ OF: per, mersí a

DIOCESE -- ~, (-an)

DIOPTRIC -- a. (phys.) ~ (a)

DIORAMA -- ~

DIP -- (immerse) (in)merser, plongear; (naut.) TO ~ THE FLAG: salutar per li flagga; (sun) descenDer; (magnet) declinar. ~ INTO A BOOK: percurrer. ~ OUT OF: hauster

DIPHTHERIA -- difterite

DIPHTHONG -- diftongo (-al)

DIPLOMA -- ~

DIPLOMAT -- ~ (-ic, -ie)

DIPSOMANIA -- dipsomanie (-ac)

DIRE -- terribil, trist

DIRECT -- v. directer (-ion, -iv, -ive, -or, -oratu); (to order) ordonar; (music) diriger (-ent); a. direct, rect

DIRECTLY -- ínmediatmen, strax, prompt, ho-moment

DIRECTORY -- adressarium

DIRGE -- himne funeral, elegie

DIRIGIBLE -- ballon directibil

DIRK -- puniale

DIRT -- crasse, sordidallia, sordidage; (mud) fango, mudde

DIRTY -- sordid, ínpur; v. incrassar

DISABLE -- far íncapabil, debilisar, desvalidar; (cripple) mutilar

DISABUSE -- desilusionar

DISADVANTAGE -- desavantage, detriment, damage

DISAFFECT -- desloyalisar, descontentar

DISAGREE -- desacordar, deconsentir, querellar

DISAGREEABLE -- desagreabil, contrari

DISALLOW -- rejecter, refusar, depermisser

DISAPPEAR -- desaparir (-ition)

DISAPPOINT -- decepter (-tion, -iv)

DISAPPROBATION -- desapprobation

DISAPPROVE -- desaprobar

DISARM -- desarmar (-ament)

DISARRANGE -- desordinar, desarangear

DISASTER -- desastre (-osi), desfortun, adversitá, catastrofe

DISAVOW -- negar, deconfesser

DISBAND -- separar (se), congediar, demisser

DISBELIEVE -- dubitar, ne creder

DISBURDEN -- dechargear

DISBURSE -- expenser, desinborsar

DISC -- disco

DISCARD -- rejecter, escartar

DISCERN -- discerner, percepter, distinter

DISCERNMENT -- sagacitá

DISCHARGE -- demisser, congediar; executer; (a prisoner) aquittar, absoluer; (ship) decargar; (matter) supurar

DISCIPLE -- disciple (-a, -o), adepte, adherente, partisan

DISCIPLINE -- ~ (-ar, -ari)

DISCLAIM -- repudiar, negar, dementir

DISCLOSE -- decovrir, revelar (-ation)

DISCOLOUR -- decolorar (-ation)

DISCOMFIT -- embarassar, frustrar

DISCOMFORT -- n. descomforte; v. incomodar

DISCOMPOSE -- perturbar, vexar, confuser

DISCONCERT -- embarassar, perturbar

DISCONNECT -- separar, deligar, disjunter; (mech.) decuplar

DISCONSOLATE -- ínconsolabil, desolat, atristat

DISCONTENT -- descontentament, dessatisfation

DISCONTINUE -- decontinuar, cessar

DISCORD -- discordie, dissonantie, desharmonie

DISCOUNT -- n. rabatte, disconto; v. discontar

DISCOUNTENANCE -- desaprobar, desfavorar

DISCOURAGE -- decoragear

DISCOURSE -- discurse, parlada; v. discurrer

DISCOURTEOUS -- descortesi, ínpolit

DISCOVER -- decovrir, revelar; (find) trovar

DISCREDIT -- n. descredite, honte, mal repu tation; v. defamar, dubitar pri

DISCREDITABLE -- hontosi, infam

DISCREET -- discret, prudent, caut, circumspect

DISCREPANCY -- diferentie, discrepantie

DISCRETION -- ~; (judgment) bon trova, judicie, arbitrie

DISCRIMINATE -- distinter, diferentiar

DISCRIMINATION -- distintion, sagacitá

DISCURSIVE -- digressiv

DISCUS -- disco

DISCUSS -- discusser (-ion)

DISDAIN -- v. dedignar, despecter; (noun) mal estimation

DISEASE -- maladie, malsanie, morbe

DISEMBARK -- debarcar, desinbarcar

DISEMBODIED -- desincorporat

DISEMBOWEL -- eviscerar, desintralliar

DISENCHANT -- desilusionar

DISENCUMBER -- desembarassar, liberar

DISENDOW -- (eccl.) privar del beneficie, del prebende

DISENGAGE -- liberar, degagear. TO BE DISENGAGED: esser líber, ínocupat

DISENTANGLE -- debrolliar, liberar, devoluer

DISESTABLISH -- desetablisser, destatisar

DISESTEEM -- v. despecter

DISFAVOUR -- desfavore

DISFIGURE -- deformar, defigurar

DISFRANCHISE -- privar del sufragie, del votjure

DISGORGE -- vomir, ejecter, expulser; restituer

DISGRACE -- deshonor, honte, desfavore

DISGRUNTLED -- descontent, plendaci

DISGUISE -- mascar, travestir (se); (feelings) dissimular, ficter

DISGUST -- desguste, nausea (-tiv), repugnantie, aversion, repulsion

DISH -- plate, cope, vase; (food) manjage DISHCLOTH: lavette, lapp por lavar

DISHEARTEN -- descoragear

DISHEVEL -- desordinar, defriser

DISHONEST -- deshonest

DISHONOUR -- deshonor (-ar, -abil), ignominie

DISILLUSION -- desilusionar, derevar, decepter

DISINCLINATION -- aversion, antipatíe

DISINFECT -- desinfecter (-ion)

DISINGENUOUS -- ínsinceri

DISINHERIT -- desheredar

DISINTEGRATE -- dissoluer, desintegrar

DISINTER -- exhumar, exfossar

DISINTERESTED -- ínpartial, altruistic

DISJOIN -- dejunter, separar

DISJOINTED -- íncoherent

DISLIKE -- aversion; v. haver aversion contra, desamar

DISLOCATE -- (med.) luxar (-ation), desordinar

DISLODGE -- expulser, forchassar

DISLOYAL -- ínfidel, perfid

DISMAL -- trubli, morni; (dark) tenebrosi

DISMANTLE -- demonter, demolir, detaclar

DISMAY -- consternar (-ation)

DISMEMBER -- di smembrar

DISMISS -- demisser (-ion); (a guest etc.) congediar

DISMOUNT -- descenDer

DISOBEY -- desobedir (-ent, -entie)

DISOBLIGE -- decompleser

DISORDER -- desórdine

DISORGANISE -- desorganisar

DISOWN -- repulser, refusar a reconosser

DISPARAGE -- defamar, depreciar

DISPARITY -- illegalitá

DISPASSIONATE -- quiet, calm, sin passion, placid, ínpartial

DISPATCH -- expedir, inviar, misser; (noun) depeche

DISPEL -- forchassar, dissipar, disperser

DISPENSARY -- apoteca, farmacia

DISPENSATION -- (of Providence) disposition

DISPENSE -- rendir, administrar; preparar medicamentes. TO ~ WITH: carir, indiger

DISPERSE -- disperser (-ion), dissipar

DISPIRIT -- decoragear, desanimar

DISPLACE -- deplazzar; (from office) demisser, deposir, deposseder

DISPLAY -- (de)monstrar, exposir, paradar; (noun) exposition, etalation, spectacul, ostentation; (mil.) parade

DISPLEASE -- depleser (-ura), ofender

DISPORT ONESELF -- amusar se, divertisser se

DISPOSAL -- disposition, arbitrie, usa

DISPOSE -- disposir, arangear. TO ~ OF: disponer, vendir, alienar; (deal with) tractar. TO BE DISPOSED: esser inclinat

DISPOSITION -- ~; temperament

DISPOSSESS -- deposseder, privar de, expulser

DISPROVE -- refutar

DISPROPORTION -- desproportion (-al)

DISPUTE -- disput (-ar, -ant, -aci, -ation, -ator), debatter, polemisar; n. contro verse, querelle

DISQUALIFY -- dequalificar (-ation)

DISQUIET -- ínquietar; (noun) perturbation, destranquilitá

DISQUISITION -- dissertation DISREGARD: ignorar; (noun) indiferentie

DISRELISH -- haver aversion contra

DISREPAIR -- mal statu, mal órdine,caducitá

DISREPUTE -- descredit, mal reputation

DISRESPECT -- v. desrespectar

DISROBE -- devestir

DISRUPT -- disrupter (-ion, -iv)

DISSATISFY -- desatisfar (-ation, -atori)

DISSECT -- dissecter (-ion); (med.) anatomisar

DISSEMBLE -- dissimular (-ation)

DISSEMINATE -- dissemar (-ation)

DISSENSION -- ~, discordie

DISSENT -- v. deconsentir, altrimen pensar; (eccl.) dissider

DISSENTER -- dissidente, non-conformist

DISSERTATION -- ~

DISSERVICE -- mal servicie, damage

DISSEVER -- divider, dejunter, separar

DISSIDENCE -- discordantie; (rel.) dissidentie

DISSIMILAR -- dessimil (-itá)

DISSIMULATE -- (dis)simular

DISSIPATE -- dissipar, disperser; prodigar

DISSIPATED -- a. deboehat

DISSOCIATE -- dissociar

DISSOLUTE -- debochant, libertin

DISSOLUTION -- ~ DISSOLVE: (melt) dissoluer, evaporar se; anullar

DISSONANT -- ~ (-ie)

DISSUADE -- dissuaDer (-sion, -siv), deconsiliar

DISTAFF -- spindle

DISTANT -- ~ (-ie), lontan; (in manner) reservat

DISTASTE -- aversion, antipatíe

DISTASTEFUL -- desagreabil, antipatic

DISTEMPER -- febre canin; (colouring) badigeon (-age, -ero); v. badigeonar

DISTEND -- distenDer (-sion), dilatar, expanDer

DISTICH -- disticon

DISTIL -- distillar (-ería, -ation, -ator)

DISTINCT -- distint (-iv), separat, clar

DISTINCTION -- distintion, eminentie, honor; diferentie

DISTINGUISH -- distinter

DISTORT -- distorDer (-sion), defigurar, deformar

DISTRACT -- trublar, distracter (-ion, -iv), confuser

DISTRACTION -- amusament; frenesie. TO DRIVE TO ~: far frenetic

DISTRAIN -- sequestrar, confiscar

DISTRESS -- misere, afliction, suffrentie; v. trublar, tormentar

DISTRIBUTE -- distribuer (-tion, -tiv, -tor), disdar

DISTRICT -- districte, region

DISTRUST -- misfider (-entie)

DISTURB -- (dis)turbar, genar, ínquietar; (disarrange) desordinar, íncomodar

DISUNITE -- desunir, divider

DISUSE -- n. desusu. DISUSED: ne plu usat

DISYLLABLE -- dusillabic parol

DITCH -- fosse, canalette, tranché

DITTO -- dito, idem, lu sam

DITTY -- canzonette

DIURNAL -- dial, diari, quotidian

DIVAN -- ~, sofa

DIVE -- plongear (-gero), merser

DIVER -- (ornith.) colimbe; (professional) scafandriero

DIVERGE -- diverger (-ent, -entie)

DIVERSE -- diversi (-ficar, -tá), pluri

DIVERSION -- divertissement, passa-témpor, distraction

DIVERT -- detornar, deflecter, deflancar; amusar, divertisser

DIVEST -- devestir, privar

DIVIDE -- diviDer, partir; secter

DIVIDEND -- dividende

DIVINE -- a. divin (-itá), deal, cielest; (noun) teolog (-ie); v. divinar (-ation, -ator)

DIVINING-ROD -- verge divinatori

DIVING-SUIT -- scafandre

DIVISION -- ~ (-al), districte; classe, section

DIVISOR -- ~

DIVORCE -- divorcie (-ar)

DIVULGE -- divulgar (-ation), revelar

DIZZINESS -- vertígine (-osi)

DO -- far, acter, executer; (of health) standar. HOW DO YOU ~?: qualmen vu standa? TO ~ WITHOUT: carir, dispensar se de. WILL THAT ~?: esque to es apt, esque to sufice?

DOCILE -- docil (-itá), obedient

DOCK -- (bot.) oxale; (naut.) dock, bassine (-ero); (law) piazza por acusatos; v. acurtar li caude; (a ship) inbassinar

DOCKET -- etiquette, billet

DOCTOR -- medico; (of law etc.) doctor (-atu); v. medicar, curar

DOCTRINE -- ~ (-al, -ari, -ario)

DOCUMENT -- ~ (-ari, -al)

DODDER -- chancelar. DODDERING: caduc

DODGE -- artificie, tric; v. evitar; saltar ad-látere

DODO -- dronte

DOE -- cerva, capreola

DOFF -- demetter

DOG -- cane (-in, -allia) v. TO ~ ONE'S STEPS: persequer

DOG-DAYS -- dies caniculari, caniculas

DOG-FANCIER -- cane-cultor

DOGGED -- a. tenaci, obstinat, infatigabil

DOGGEREL -- versaches, rimallia

DOG-ROSE -- savagi rose

DOG-STAR -- Sírius

DOGMA -- ~ (tic)

DOING -- THAT WAS YOUR ~: ta vu es culpabil, pri to vu es responsabil

DOLE -- (share) parte, portion; almosne; v. ( ~ out) partir, distribuer

DOLEFUL -- morni, trist

DOLL -- pupé

DOLLAR -- dóllar

DOLOMITE -- dólomit

DOLOROUS -- dolorosi

DOLPHIN -- delfine

DOLT -- stulton, plumpon

DOMAIN -- dominia; (estate) domene

DOME -- cupol

DOMESTIC -- a. domestic (-a, -o, -ar, -itá)

DOMICILE -- domicilie, habitation, logí

DOMINATE -- dominar (-ation)

DOMINEER -- tirannisar

DOMINION -- hegemonie, soveranitá, regne; (territory) dominia

DOMING -- dominó

DON -- v. metter, vestir se per; (noun) colegial preceptor

DONATE -- donar (-ation, -ator)

DONKEY -- ásino (-in)

DOOM -- fate, destine, ruine, perition; (law) sententie; v. condamnar

DOOR -- porta. ~KEEPER: portero

DOPE -- narcotisar

DORMANT -- dormient

DORMER-WINDOW -- tegment-fenestre

DORMITORY -- dormitoria

DORMOUSE -- glire

DORSAL -- ~

DOSE -- dose (-ar)

DOT -- punctu

DOTAGE -- imbecilitá, radotage

DOTARD -- oldastro, caduco

DOTE -- radotar. ~ ON: esser inamorat in

DOUBLE -- a. duplic (-ar); (noun) duplicon

DOUBLE-BARRELLED -- con du tubes

DOUBLE-DEALING -- falsada, duperíe

DOUBLET -- camisol

DOUBT -- dúbite, (-ar, -abil, -osi)

DOUCHE -- duche

DOUGH -- pasta

DOUGHTY -- brav, corageosi

DOUR -- obstinaci, dur, ínflexibil

DOUSE -- (dip) merser

DOVE -- columbe

DOVECOT -- columbiera

DOVETAIL -- mortesar

DOWAGER -- vidua

DOWDY -- oldmodic, ínelegant

DOWER -- dot (-ar)

DOWN -- (below) infra. TO GO ~: descenDer; (along) along, tra; (noun) lanuge

DOWNCAST -- depresset, decorageat

DOWNFALL -- ruina, perition, cade

DOWNHILL -- a bass, a valléy

DOWNPOUR -- pluvia, torrent, diluvie

DOWNRIGHT -- a. franc, sinceri. ~ NONSENSE: nequo altri quam nonsense. A ~ FOOL: un absolut folio

DOWNSTAIRS -- in infra

DOWNTRODDEN -- aplastat, supresset

DOWNWARD -- ad-infra; a. descendent

DOWRY -- dot

DOWSING -- radiestesie, divination per verge

DOXOLOGY -- doxologie

DOZE -- (noun) somniacie; v. dormiettar, somnoler

DOZEN -- dozene, deciduene

DRAB -- monoton, brun-grisi; inatrativ; n. salopa

DRAFT -- (money) tratte; (mil.) section; (lit.) esquisse, plan, concepte, cladde; v. (draw up) redacter; (mil.) misser, selecter, expedir

DRAG -- trenar, tirar; (dredge) draggar; (noun) dragg; impediment

DRAGGLE -- trenar in mudde

DRAGON -- dracon

DRAGON-FLY -- libellul

DRAGOON -- dragon

DRAIN -- drenar (-age, -ation). DRAINS (brewer's etc.) recrement; (sewer) cloaca

DRAINPIPE -- dren-tub

DRAKE -- anato

DRAMA -- ~ (-tic, -tisar, -turg, -turgie)

DRAPE -- drapar (-ero, -eríe)

DRASTIC -- ~

DRAUGHT -- tira; aer-currente; (med.) tisane; (on paper) esquisse, dessin, plan, projecte

DRAUGHTS -- dama-lude

DRAUGHTSMAN -- dessinator; (in game) pezze

DRAUGHTY -- ventosi

DRAW -- (pull) tirar, traer, atraer; (drag) trenar; (water) hauster; (on paper) dessinar; (lots) lotar; (~ near) aproximar se; (noun) (sport) egalitá

DRAWBACK -- desavantage

DRAW-BRIDGE -- tir-ponte, ponte levabil

DRAWER -- tiruore, tirbux, tircheste. CHEST OF ~: comode

DRAWERS -- calson

DRAWING -- dessin, li dessination. ~ BOARD: dessinuore

DRAWING-ROOM -- salon

DRAWL -- v. trenar li paroles; (noun) tren parlada

DRAY -- bass carre

DREAD -- v. timer (-ore), horrer (-ore)

DREADFUL -- horribil, terribil

DREAM -- somnie. DAY~: reve (-ar)

DREAMY -- revaci, revosi

DREARY -- desert, trist

DREDGE -- draggar

DREDGER -- mudd-haustor, dragg-machine; (ship) draggator

DREGS -- sediment

DRENCH -- saturar (per aqua), balnear

DRESS -- vestir; (garnish) ornar, decorar; (wound) bandagear; (food) preparar, apretar; (noun) vestiment, costume, robe. IN FULL ~: in gala. DRESS-COAT: frac

DRESSING-TABLE -- toilette-table

DRESSMAKER -- tallier(ess)a

DRIBBLE -- guttear; (as child) bavar; (foot ball) dribblar

DRIFT -- tendentie, impulse, scope: (snow~) nive-banca; (naut.) drive (-ar), flottar con li currente; (wander) vagar

DRILL -- v. (per)forar, drillar; (mil.) dresser, exercir (-ida, -itie); (noun) exercida; (tool) drill; (hort.) sulca

DRINK -- trincar (-age). TO ~ TO: tostar

DRIP -- guttear

DRIPPING -- rost-grasse, grasse culinari

DRIVE -- v. a. conductor, far functionar, far avansar, far ear, propulser, promoer; (a horse) ducter; (a machine) mo(v)er, operar, vehicular, choferar; (compel) fortiar; (noun) promenada, excursion; (road) calech-via, allé

DRIVEL -- radotar, parlar ínepties; (slaver) bavar

DRIVER -- cochero, chofero, conductor

DRIZZLE -- pluviette (-ar, -ada)

DROLL -- drolli (-eríe), comic

DROMEDARY -- dromedare

DRONE -- (bee) ~; (hum) murmurada, burdonament

DROOP -- pender, clinar se; (wither) marcir

DROP -- gutte; (fall) cade; v. (let fall) lassar cader

DROPSY -- hidropsie

DROSS -- (metals) scorie, residues, scumallia; sinvalorage

DROUGHT -- siccore, ariditá, manca de pluvie

DROVE -- truppe de boves, bestie-truppe, greg

DROWN -- dronar

DROWSY -- somnolent, dormiaci

DRUB -- batter, bastonar

DRUDGE -- quasi-sclave (-a), marmiton

DRUDGERY -- strapacie, penosi labore

DRUG -- drogue (-ist), medicament; v. narcot isar, intoxicar

DRUID -- druide (-ic)

DRUM -- tambur (-ar, -ero, -ist); cilindre; (of ear) timpane

DRUNK(EN) -- ebri, ebriat (in-ar)

DRUNKARD -- trincard, trincon

DRUNKENNESS -- ebrietá, trinc-manie

DRY -- sicc, arid; (fig.) laconic, íninteressant, enoyant; v. assiccar

DRY-ROT -- planc-fungo

DUAL -- ~ (-isme)

DUB -- nominar, titular

DUBIOUS -- dubitosi

DUCAL -- ~

DUCAT -- ducate

DUCHESS -- ducessa

DUCK -- (bird) anate; v. clinar se, bassar se; (immerse) merser

DUCKWEED -- lemna

DUCT -- tub, canale

DUCTILE -- ductil (-itá), malleabil

DUDGEON -- colere, ressentiment, rancore

DUE -- a. payand; (seemly) convenent. IN ~ TIME: in just témpor. THIS IS ~ TO CARELESSNESS: to es debit a ínatention. TO GIVE EVERYONE HIS ~: dar a chascun li sui.

DUES -- impost

DUEL -- duelle (-ar, -ante)

DUET -- duett

DUG -- (noun) tette, but on de mamme

DUKE -- due (-al, -atu, -essa)

DULCET -- dulci

DULCIMER -- clavicímbal

DULL -- (of sound) obtusi, insonori; (blunt) desacut; (stupid) stult, inept, stupid; (uninteresting) enoyant; (colour) pallid, matt, falb; v. blasar, stupefar

DULY -- justmen; (often not translated)

DUMB -- mut

DUMB-BELL -- haltere

DUMMY -- muto; imitation; (baby's) sucette

DUMP -- v. (comm.) dumpar; jettar, deposir, bascular; (noun) cumul de jettallia, amasse

DUMPS -- melanoolie, mal humor

DUMPY -- stumpi; curt e spess

DUN -- gris-brun; v. importunar; postular payament

DUNCE -- stulton

DUNE -- ~

DUNG -- sterco (-ar), excrement

DUNGEON -- cárcere subterran

DUPE -- dupar, fraudar, bluffar; (noun) dupe

DUPLICATE -- v. duplicar (-ate)

DUPLICITY -- duplicitá, perfidie

DURABLE -- durabil (-itá), stabil

DURATION -- ~, durada

DURESS -- prison, cárcer, arest

DURING -- durante

DUSK -- crepuscul; (morning) aurora

DUSKY -- obscur, nigratri

DUST -- polve (-osi); v. (remove ~) terger, essuyar, depolvar; (to powder) surpluverar. IT IS DUSTY: it polvea

DUSTER -- tergette, polv-linage, essuyette

DUSTPAN -- cindriere

DUTY -- deve(ntie); (on goods) impost, tribu te. DUTY FREE: exempt de doane. TO BE ON -: dejorar

DWARF -- pigmé, nan. HE DWARFED HIS COMPANION: su compane aspectet apu il quam un nano, il nanisat su compane

DWELL; logiar, habitar. TO ~ UPON -- emfasar, tractar detalliatmen

DWELLING -- logí, logiment, domicilie, habitation

DWINDLE -- decrescer, diminuer

DYE -- tinctura, pigment (-ar), color

DYKE -- diga(ment), tranché

DYNAMITE -- dinamite

DYNAMO -- dinamo (-ic, -ica, -ist, -isme, -ometre)

DYNASTY -- dinastie (-ic)

DYSENTERY -- disenterie

DYSPEPSIA -- dispepsie

DYSPEPTIC -- dispeptic