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RABBET -- n. canalatura

RABBI -- rabbino (-ic)

RABBIT -- cunicul. RABBIT-WARREN: cuniculiera, garenne

RABBLE -- canallia, plebeyallia, turbe

RABID -- rabiosi; frenetic

RABIES -- rabie, hidrofobie

RACE -- curse, currida; carriera; (breed) rasse. ~COURSE: piste; v. currer

RACEME -- racem

RACING -- currida, cavall-currida

RACIAL -- rassal

RACK -- n. (torture) tenduore; (shelf) planca, murtabul, etagere; v. torturar; (one's brains) rupter se li cape

RACKET -- bruida; (tennis) rácket

RACONTEUR -- narrator

RACY -- picant

RADAR -- ~

RADIAL -- ~

RADIANCE -- radiantie, splendore

RADIANT -- ~, splendent

RADIATE -- radiar (-ation, -ator)

RADICAL -- a. ~ (-e, -isme)

RADICATE -- v. (in)radicar

RADIO -- ~; (prefix) radio-

RADIOGRAPH -- radiograf (-ie)

RADISH -- radise. HORSE~: armoracia

RADIUM -- ~

RADIUS -- (Geom.) rádius; (of action) rayon

RAFFLE -- loteríe; v. far un loteríe

RAFT -- flottuore

RAFTER -- trave, raftre

RAG -- chifon, lapp (-allia)

RAGAMUFFIN -- laceron, crapul, chifonoso

RAGE -- n. colere, furie; v. furer, furiar; (be rife) reyer

RAGGED -- chifonosi

RAGOUT -- ragú

RAGWORT -- senecio

RAID -- n. razzia, incursion; curr-assalte; v. invader; irupter

RAIL -- n. barre, palisse; (on which things run) rel; v. (at) insultar, invectivar; (- in) palissar

RAILING -- palisse (-ade)

RAILLERY -- persiflage

RAILWAY -- ferrovia, relvia; a. ferroviari, ferrovial

RAIMENT -- vestiment

RAIN -- pluvie (-al, -osi, -ar). RAIN-GAUGE: pluviometre. RAINFALL: precipitation

RAINBOW -- arc-in-ciel, ciel-arc, íris

RAINCOAT -- ínpermeabile

RAISE -- levar; producter; (bring up) elevar, educar; (give rise to) nascentar; (grow) cultivar; (increase) augmentar; (money) colecter

RAISIN -- rosine

RAJAH -- rajá

RAKE -- (implement) rastre (-ar); (person) libertino, debochero; v. (artill.) rader

RALLY -- reunir (-ion); (troops) ralliar; (regain strength) refortijar

RAM -- agno; (battering ~) ramme; v. (in)rammar; compresser

RAMBLE -- v. migrar, vagar; promenar; n. promenada

RAMBLING -- discursiv

RAMIFY -- ramificar (-ation)

RAMOSE -- ramosi

RAMP -- n.~

RAMPAGE -- v. furer

RAMPANT -- v. TO BE ~: exuberar, luxuriar; reyer

RAMPART -- bastion, vall de defense

RAMSHACKLE -- caduc, ruinosi

RANCH -- ~ (-ero)

RANCID -- ~ (-itá)

RANCOUR -- rancore (-ar, -osi)

RAND -- borde, márgine

RANDOM -- AT ~: in hasarde; a. hasardal, sporadic

RANGE -- v. extender se; (set in a row) ordinar, arangear; (wander) migrar; n. extension; range, selection; (kitchen) forn; (of mountains) montania; (of missile) tir-distantie

RANGER -- garda-foreste

RANK -- a. rancid; luxuriant; n. rang; gradu

RANKLE -- morder; iritar

RANSACK -- traserchar; spoliar

RANSOM -- n. ranson (-ar); v. (eccl.) redempter (-ion)

RANTER -- retoricastro

RANUNCULUS -- ranuncul

RAP -- frappa (-ar), colpe

RAPACIOUS -- rapaci (-tá), predatori

RAPE -- n. rapte; (plant) colza; v. rapter, violar

RAPID -- a. ~, veloci, hastosi; n. currente rapid, rapides

RAPIER -- rapiere

RAPINE -- spoliation; pilliage

RAPPORT -- harmonic; conexion, relation

RAPSCALLION -- rascale

RAPT -- ravisset

RAPTURE -- extase, delicie, ravissement

RARE -- rar, scarsi; ínfrequent

RAREFY -- rarificar (-ation)

RARITY -- raritá

RASCAL -- rascale (-atri), fripon

RASE -- v. rasar til li terre

RASH -- a, íncaut, ínprudent, temerari; n. eruption, exantema

RASHER -- trancha

RASP -- ~ (-ar), lime

RASPBERRY -- frambere (-iero)

RAT -- ratte

RATE -- ~, percentage, tarif; rapidore; (exchange) valuta; (tax) impost; (death ~) mortalitá. AT ANY ~: in omni casu; v. taxar; impostar; evaluar; (scold) reprimandar

RATHER -- plutost. I WOULD ~: yo vell preferer

RATIFY -- ratificar (-ation)

RATIO -- proportion

RATION -- n. portion, ration; v. portionar, rationar (-ament)

RATIONAL -- ~ (-lame, -ist)

RATTAN -- rotan

RATTLE -- n. rala, rasle (-ette, -ada); v. raslar, cliquettar, ralar. DEATH ~: stertorada

RATTLESNAKE -- crotal, sonserpente

RAUCOUS -- rauc (-ore, -itá)

RAVAGE -- spoliar, devastar

RAVE -- delirar; furer

RAVEL -- v. involuer, inballar

RAVEN -- corvo

RAVENOUS -- voraci, avid

RAVINE -- ~

RAVISH -- rapter, violar; (delight) ravisser (-ment)

RAW -- crud, íncocinat; ínmatur, vulnerosi

RAY -- radie; (fish) ray

RAZOR -- rasuore, rasette. ~ BLADE: lámine rasatori, lamette

RE- -- (prefix) re-crear, -formar, -novar etc.

REACH -- v. atinger (-ement). ~ OUT: extender; (pass) passar; (-a place) pervenir a; n. atingement, capacitá. OUT OF ~: ínatingibil

REACT -- reacter (-ion, -iv, -ionario)

READ -- v. leer. ~ ALOUD: leer con voce

READER -- letor; (University) lector

READILY -- voluntarimen

READINESS , IN -- * preparat, pret

READING -- letion, leida. ~ MATTER: letura

READY -- pret; finit; prompt. ~ MONEY: contante

READY-MADE -- confectet

REAL -- ~ (-itá, -isme, -ist, -isar), ver, genuin

REAL ESTATE -- imobilie

REALIZE -- conscier; (understand) comprender

REALM -- reyia, dominia

REAM -- risme

REAP -- recoltar; (cut corn) falcear

REAR -- a. posteriori; n. posteriore. IN THE ~: in detra; v. elevar, educar; cultivar; (set up) stantar; (as a horse) cabrar se

REARGUARD -- arrier-guardie

REASON -- n. intelectu, rason (-ar), ration; cause, motive

REASONABLE -- moderat, just, rasonabil

REASONING -- rasonament

REASSURE -- tranquilisar, calmar

REBATE -- rabatte; v. diminuer

REBEL -- rebello; v. rebeller, insurecter (-ion), revoltar

REBELLIOUS -- rebellic, rebelliosi

REBOUND -- v. retrosaltar, ricochettar

REBUFF -- v. rebatter, repulser; n. rebatte, refusa; defete, repulse

REBUKE -- n. reprimande (-ar), reproche, castigation

REBUS -- rébus

REBUT -- refutar, repulser

RECALCITRANT -- ~

RECALL -- revocar; rememorar

RECANT -- retractar (un opinion), deconfesser

RECAPITULATE -- recapitular (-ation), resumar

RECEDE -- receder, retroear, retirar se, regresser

RECEIPT -- quittantie; recivement; (recipe) receptu

RECEIVE -- reciver; (persons) recepter

RECEIVER -- recivente, receptor, recipiente

RECENT -- ~, nov

RECEPTACLE -- recipiente, recivuore, vase

RECEPTION -- ~

RECEPTIVE -- receptiv

RECESS -- alcov, niche; prorogation, intervalle

RECIPE -- receptu

RECIPROCAL -- reciproc (-ar, -itá)

RECITAL -- presentation; enumeration

RECITE -- recitar (-ation, -ate, -ator), racontar

RECK -- haver sucies por

RECKLESS -- temerari, ínprudent

RECKON -- calcular, computar, contar. ~ UP: addir

RECKONING -- calcul; conte

RECLAIM -- reclamar (-ation), reformar; reganiar

RECLINE -- inclinar se, apoyar se; reposar

RECLUSE -- eremite, anacoret; solitario

RECOGNISE -- reconosser; (acknowledge) aconosser

RECOIL -- recular, retrosaltar, ricochettar

RECOLLECT -- rememorar, revocar in mente; (~ oneself) recoleer se

RECOLLECTION -- memorie, memoration

RECOMMEND -- recomandar (-ation)

RECOMPENSE -- n. ~ (-ar)

RECONCILE -- (re)conciliar (-ation), acordar

RECONDITE -- abstrus, ocult

RECONNAISSANCE -- recognoscida

RECONNOITRE -- recognoscer, explorar

RECORD -- v. inscrir, registrar; (events) cronicar; n. registre; (sport) record; (gramophone) disco; (Hist.) cronica; n.pl. archive

RECORDER -- chef judiciario

RECOUNT -- v. racontar, narrar; n. (check) reconta, control

RECOUP -- indemnisar

RECOURSE -- recurse

RECOVER -- recuperar (re)convalescer; (- from emotion) recoleer se; (retrieve) reganiar; (cover again) recovrir

RECOVERY -- resanation, reconvalescentie; reconquesta

RECREANT -- renegate; caudarde, poltron

RECREATE -- recrear (-ation, -tiv)

RECRIMINATE -- contra-acusar, contrablamar

RECRUDESCENT -- ~ (-ie)

RECRUIT -- recrute (-ar)

RECTANGLE -- rectangul (-ari)

RECTIFY -- rectificar (-abil, -ation)

RECTILINEAL -- rectilineari

RECTITUDE -- rectitá, honestitá

RECTOR -- paroco; (academical) rector (-atu)

RECTUM -- ~

RECUMBENT -- jacent, reposant

RECUPERATE -- convalescer

RECUR -- repetir se, re-evenir

RECURRENCE -- reeveniment, retorn

RECURRING DECIMAL -- * decimale periodic

RECUSANT -- ~, dissident

RED -- rubi; n. rubore, rubie

RED-HOT -- ardent

REDBREAST -- rubicol, rubi-péctore

REDDEN -- rubar; (intr.) rubi jar

REDEEM -- (article) degagear; recomprar; (eccl.) redempter (-iv, -or)

REDEEMING -- a. compensatori

REDINGOTE -- ~

REDOLENT -- bonodorant, amemorant, suggestent

REDOUBT -- redute

REDOUBTABLE -- formidabil

REDOUND -- IT REDOUNDS TO HIS CREDIT: to honora le

REDRESS -- amendar, reparar, remediar a

REDSKIN -- n. rubipelle

REDSTART -- rubi-caude

RED-TAPE -- rutine oficial

REDUCE -- reducter (-ion, -or), diminuer, abassar

REDUNDANT -- superflú (-itá)

RE-ECHO -- resonar, re-ecoar

REED -- canne; (of mus. instrument) bec

REEF -- riff; (naut.) reff (-ar)

REEK -- fum, vapor; v. emisser vapores, malodorar

REEL -- bobine, spul; (fishing) molinette; v. chancelar; vertiginar

REFECTORY -- manjatoria; refectoria

REFER -- referer (se a), aluder; relater; consultar

REFEREE -- n. arbitro, referent

REFERENCE -- referentie, alusion, mention. WITH ~ TO: concernent, pri, apropó

REFILL -- recharge (-ar)

REFINE -- rafinar (-ería, -ament)

REFINEMENT -- elegantie, rafinament

REFIT -- re-equipar, reparar, rehabilitar

REFLECT -- reflecter (-ion, -or), ponderar; (phys.) reflexer

REFLEXIVE -- a. reflexiv; n. reflexive

REFLUX -- reflute

REFORM -- n. reforme (-ar, -ativ, -ator, -atoria, -ation)

REFRACT -- refracter (-iv, -ion, -or, -ibil)

REFRACTORY -- obstinat, recalcitrant; "ínfusibil; n. infusibile

REFRAIN -- v. abstener se de, frenar se; n. refrane

REFRANGIBLE -- refractibil

REFRESH -- refriscar, recrear

REFRESHMENT -- refriscament, colation, intermanja

REFRIGERATE -- refrigerar (-ator, -ation)

REFUGE -- refugie, asil; (place) refugia. TO TAKE ~: refugir

REFUGEE -- refugitor, refugiente

REFULGENT -- brilliant, splendent

REFUND -- retropayar, rimborsar

REFUSAL -- refusa

REFUSE -- v. refusar; rejecter; n. jettallia, escombre

REFUTE -- refutar (-abil, -ation)

REGAIN -- reganiar

REGAL -- reyal

REGALE -- v. regalar (-ade)

REGALIA -- insignes, regalie

REGARD -- v. regardar; (consider) egardar, opiner; n. regarde; estima, egarda. KIND REGARDS: bon desires

REGARDING -- concernent, pri, apropó

REGARDLESS -- sin egarda

REGATTA -- ~

REGENEATE -- regenerar (-at, -ator, -ation)

REGENT -- reyente (-ie)

REGICIDE -- reyicid; (the act) reyicidie

REGIE -- regie

REGIME -- regíme

REGIMEN -- diete

REGIMENT -- ~ (-al, -ation)

REGION -- ~ (-al), districte

REGISTER -- n. registre; liste electoral; v. registrar (-ation, -ament); (letters) recomandar

REGISTRAR -- registrator

REGISTRY -- buro de plazzament

REGRESSION -- ~, retrogression

REGRET -- n. regrete (-ar, -abil)

REGULAR -- regulari (-tá, -isar)

REGULATE -- regular (-ation, -ament, -ator), guvernar

REHABILITATE -- rehabilitar (-ation)

REHEARSE -- provar

REHEARSAL -- prova, repetition

REIGN -- v. reyer; prevaler; n. regne, reyentie

REIMBURSE -- rimborsar (-ament) REIN(S): bride (-ar). TO GIVE ~ TO: efrenar

REINCARNATE -- v. reincarnar (-ation)

REINDEER -- renn (-o, -a)

REINFORCE -- fortificar, infortiar.

REINFORCED CONCRETE -- ferro-beton

REINSTATE -- reinstituer, restaurar, retablisser

REITERATE -- iterar (-ation, -ativ), repetir

REJECT -- rejecter (-ion), refusar

REJOICE -- joyar (-ada), jubilar

REJOIN -- rejunter, reunir; (reply) replicar

REJOINDER -- replica; riposte

RELAPSE -- v. recader; remaladijar; n. (crime) recidive (-ar)

RELATE -- relater (-ent), referer; (narrate) racontar, narrar

RELATED -- afin, parent

RELATION -- ~; (relative) parente. RELATIONSHIP: parentitá, afinitá

RELATIVE -- a. relativ; pertinent. ~ TO...: pri, relatent a...; n. parente

RELAX -- relaxar, mitigar, detender se

RELAY -- v. remplazzar; n. relé (-ar)

RELEASE -- v. liberar (-ation); dechargear; dispensar

RELEGATE -- relegar (-ation)

RELENT -- mollijar, ceder

RELENTLESS -- ínflexibil, dur, ínexorabil

RELEVANT -- pertinent, aplicabil

RELIABLE -- fidibil; pruvat; (of information) bon fundat

RELIANT -- confident (-ie)

RELIANCE -- fide. TO PLACE ~ IN: confider a

RELIC -- reliquie

RELIEF -- sucurse, aleviation, mitigation; auxilie; (sculpture ) relief. PUBLIC ~: assistentie public

RELIEVE -- aleviar, mitigar, liberar; (the poor) assister; (ease) facilisar

RELIGION -- ~; pietá

RELIGIOUS -- religiosi, pie

RELINQUISH -- renunciar, ceder, abandonar; (an office) demissionar

RELISH -- v. juir, savurar; n. guste, savura

RELUCTANT -- desinclinat, poc inclinat, ne-volent

RELY -- fider a, apoyar se a

REMAIN -- restar, (re)maner

REMAINS -- restage

REMAINDER -- reste, restage, residue; lu céteri; (those remaining) li céteris

REMAND -- suspender li judicie por ulteriori investigation

REMARK -- v. observar (-ation), remarcar; (say) dir; n. remarca, note, comenta

REMARKABLE -- remarcabil, extraordinari, notabil

REMEDY -- n. remedie; medicament; v. remeder, reparar, rectificar

REMEMBER -- memorar; (recall) rememorar

REMIND -- amemorar

REMINISCENT -- ~ (-ie), memorativ

REMISS -- negligent, decuidosi

REMISSION -- ~

REMIT -- remisser, anullar

REMITTANCE -- remisse

REMNANT -- rest; remanente

REMONSTRATE -- protestar (-ation), far objectiones

REMORSE -- ~

REMORSELESS -- sin compatiment, cruel, ínexorabil

REMOTE -- lontan, distant; ancian

REMOVAL -- translocation; (dismissal) deposition

REMOVE -- remover, alontanar, forprender, abolir; (one's residence) translocar

REMUNERATE -- remunerar (-abil, -ativ, -ation)

RENAISSANCE -- renascentie

RENAL -- ~

REND -- lacerar, raffar

RENDER -- dar, rendir; (translate) traducter; (perform) presentar, far, performar

RENDERING -- version, traduction, presentation

RENDEZVOUS -- rendevú

RENEGADE -- renegate, apostatico

RENEW -- renovar (-ation); repetir

RENNET -- coagulative

RENOUNCE -- renunciar (-ation), abstener se de; (resign) resignar

RENOVATE -- renovar (-ation, -ator)

RENOWNED -- elebri (-tá), famosi

RENT -- (tear) lacere, fensura; (income) renta; (of house) luage, lu-precie; v. luar (-ation, -ator)

RENTAL -- luage, lu-payament

REPAIR -- v. reparar (-ation, -ator, -atura), restaurar. ~ TO: vader a

REPARTEE -- riposte

REPAST -- repaste

REPATRIATE -- repatriar (-ation)

REPAY -- retropayar, rimborsar; revancliar

REPEAL -- anullar, abrogar (-ation), revocar

REPEAT -- repetir (-ition, -itor); iterar, recitar

REPEL -- repulser (-iv, -ion), repussar

REPENT -- repenter (-entie)

REPERCUSSION -- ~

REPERTOIRE -- repertorie

REPETITION -- ~

REPINE -- plendir, gemir

REPLACE -- remplazzar, remetter, substituer, vicear

REPLENISH -- replenar

REPLETE -- plen, complet; sat

REPLETION -- plenitá, saturitá

REPLICA -- copie, replica, calca

REPLY -- n. replica (—ar), response; v. responDer

REPORT -- n. raporte (-ar, -ero); rumore, fama; (of gun) craca, son. ~ TO THE GUARDROOM: anuncia vos in li arest-locale

REPOSE -- n. repose (-ar)

REPOSITORY -- depositoria

REPREHEND -- censurar, reprimandar

REPREHENSIBLE -- censurabil, blamabil

REPRESENT -- representar (-ante, -ation, ~ativ)

REPRESENTATIVE -- a. representativ, tipic; n. representante, agente

REPRESS -- represser (-iv, -ion)

REPRIEVE -- amnestiar, suspender li execution; n. mora, amnestie

REPRIMAND -- reprimande (-ar)

REPRINT -- n. reprinta (-ar)

REPRISAL -- represalie

REPROACH -- n. reproche (-ar)

REPROBATE -- a. peccosi, depravat; n. peccator, libertino; v. condamnar; censurar

REPRODUCE -- reproducter (-iv, -ion)

REPROOF -- censura, admonition

REPROVE -- admonir, reprimandar

REPTILE -- ~

REPUBLIC -- republica (-an, -anisme)

REPUDIATE -- repudiar (-ation); (a statement) dementir

REPUGNANT -- ~ (-ie)

REPULSE -- v. repulser (-ion, -iv), repussar

REPUTE -- v. reputar (-ation, -abil); n. fama

REPUTED -- assertet. TO BE ~: haver li reputation

REQUEST -- n. demande, petition; v. petir, demandar, solicitar

REQUIEM -- ~

REQUIRE -- besonar, exiger, postular

REQUIREMENT -- demande, beson, postulation

REQUISITE -- necessi, besonat

REQUISITION -- n. ~; v. requisir

REQUITE -- recompensar; quittar

REREDOS -- retable

RESCIND -- anullar, abrogar

RESCRIPT -- rescripte, edicte

RESCUE -- v. salvar (-ation), sucurser, liberar; n. auxilie, sucurse

RESEARCH -- resercha (-ar)

RESEMBLANCE -- similitá, semblantie

RESEMBLE -- similar. RESEMBLING: simil a

RESENT -- resentir (-iment)

RESENTFUL -- rancorosi

RESERVE -- ~ (-ar, -at, -ation); (native ~) reservia

RESERVOIR -- reservuore

RESIDE -- resider (-ente, -entie, -entia, -ential), logiar

RESIDUE -- ~ (-al)

RESIGN -- resignar (se), demisser, demissionar

RESILIENT -- resaltatori, elastic

RESIN -- resine (-osi)

RESIST -- resister (-entie, -ibil)

RESOLUIE -- firm, decidet, resoluet

RESOLUTION -- ~; firmitá; decision

RESOLVE -- resoluer

RESONANT -- ~ (-ie)

RESORT -- n. loc frequentat; recurse; v. recurrer, haver recurse a; frequentar

RESOUND -- reverberar, resonar

RESOURCE -- remedie, ressurse, expediente

RESOURCEFUL -- ingeniosi

RESPECT -- n. respecte (-ar, -abil, -osi). IN MANY RESPECTS: in mani concernenties. IN THAT ~: in ti egarde. WITH ~ TO: con egard a, pri, concernent

RESPECTIVE -- relativ, propri

RESPIRE -- respirar (-ation, -atori)

RESPITE -- réspit; pause, suspension, mora

RESPLENDENT -- splendent, brilliant

RESPOND -- responDer, replicar

RESPONDENT -- respondente

RESPONSE -- ~ (-abil, -iv)

RESPONSIBLE, TO BE -- * responsar

RESPONSORY -- responsorie

REST -- repose, pause; (remainder) reste, lu céteri; v. reposar; (stay) maner, restar; (lean) apoyar

RESTAURANT -- restorería, restauration

RESTFUL -- tranquil, quiet

RESTITUTION -- ~

RESTLESS -- inquiet

RESTORE -- restaurar, restituer, retrodar; renovar

RESTRAIN -- represser, refrenar

RESTRICT -- restricter (-ion, -iv), limitar, reducter

RESULT -- v. resultar (-ate, -ant)

RESUME -- resumé, resumate

RESUME -- reprender, recomensar

RESURRECT -- resurecter (-ion), revivificar, reviventar

RESUSCITATE -- reviventar, revivificar

RETAIL -- vendir in detallie

RETAILER -- detalliante, revenditor

RETAIN -- (re)tener

RETALIATE -- far represalies, payar per li sam monete, revanchar

RETARD -- retardar, alentar, impedir

RETCH -- quasi-vomir

RETENTION -- ~

RETICENT -- reservat, silentiosi, taciturn

RETICULE -- reticul, rete-sac

RETINA -- retine

RETINUE -- suita

RETIRE -- retirar se, retraer se; (from a Service) quittar li servicie; demissionar

RETIRED -- retirat; emerit

RETIREMENT -- demission, ocie; retirament; solitá, seclusion

RETIRING -- modest

RETORT -- v. ripostar; n. (chem.) retorte; riposte

RETOUCH -- v. retuchar (-ero)

RETRACE -- retroear

RETRACT -- retraer, retractar, revocar

RETREAT -- n. retraida, retirada; v. retirar se, retraer se

RETRENCH -- restricter li expenses, economisar, limitar

RETRIBUTION -- ~

RETRIEVE -- reganiar, recuperar, retabliaser

RETRO- -- retro-cession, -gression, -spection

RETURN -- n. retorn, revenida; restitution; v. retornar, revenir; retromisser, redar, retrodar, restituer, rendir; electer. BY ~ OF POST: per retroposta. IN ~: in revancha

REUNION -- ~

REUNITE -- reunir

REVEAL -- revelar (-ation), monstrar, decelar

REVEILLE -- revellie

REVEL -- v. festar (-ada), banquettar, regalar se. TO ~ IN: entusiasmar se por

REVELATION -- ~; (Bible) apocalipse

REVENGE -- venjar (-aci); n. revenja, venjament

REVENUE -- revenú

REVERBERATE -- reverberar (-ation), resonar

REVERE -- reverer (-end)

REVERENT -- ~ (-ie)

REVERIE -- reverie

REVERSAL -- inversion, reversion

REVERSE -- defete; (side) reverse; (opposite) lu oposit, contrarie; v. reversar; revocar, reverTer

REVERSION -- ~

REVERT -- reverTer (-sibil)

REVIEW -- (troops) inspecter, reviser (-ion); (the past) retrospecter, far revúe de; (books etc.) recenser (-ion, -or); n. (periodical) revúe

REVILE -- insultar, injuriar; defamar

REVISE -- reviser (-ion), amendar

REVIVAL -- renascentie, retorn del vive; reviventation

REVIVE -- reviventar, revivificar; restorar

REVOKE -- revocar (-ation); (at cards) ne observar li suita

REVOLT -- rebeller (-ion), insurecter; (sicken) nausear, revulser

REVOLTING -- degustant, revulsiv, nauseativ REVOLUTION: ~ (-ari, -ario)

REVOLVE -- revoluer, rotar, girar; meditar

REVOLVER -- revólver

REVUE -- revue; inspection

REVULSION -- ~, aversion, reaction subit

REWARD -- n. recompense (-ar)

RHAPSODY -- rapsodie

RHEOSTAT -- reostate

RHETORIC -- retorica (-al, -astro)

RHETORICAL -- retoric (-o)

RHEUMATIC -- reumatic

RHEUMATISM -- reumatisme

RHINOCEROS -- rinócero, nasecorn

RHODIUM -- ~

RHODODENDRON -- rododéndron

RHOMBUS -- rombe (-oid)

RHUBARB -- rubarbe

RHYME -- rim (-ar, -arium, -ero, -astro)

RHYTHM -- ritme (-ic)

RIB -- coste (-al)

RIBALD -- obscen

RIBBON -- bande; (typewriter ~) color-bande

RICE -- ris. ~ PLANTATION: risiera

RICH -- ~ (-esse); fertil, sumptuosi, opulent

RICK -- fen-piramide

RICKETS -- rachite (-ic)

RICOCHET -- n. ricochette (-ar)

RID -- a. liberat, debarassat; v. liberar (se), desembarassar (se) de

RIDDLE -- n. enigma, rébus; (sieve) cribelle (-ar); (with shot) perforar

RIDE -- promenar a cavalle, cavalcar; (in vehicle) vehicular; (~ at anchor) flottar ye ancre; n. promena (-ada); cavalca

RIDER -- cavalcator; (to a will) codicille

RIDGE -- creste, sulca, ruga, dorse

RIDICULE -- v. deriDer (-sion), ridicular, mocar

RIDICULOUS -- ridicul, absurd

RIDING-SCHOOL -- manege

RIPE -- prevalent, reyent, luxuriant

RIPP-RAPF -- canallia

RIPLE -- carabine (-ero), fusil. RIPLE-BUTTS: para-balles; v. spoliar, traserchar

RIPT -- fensura, fissura

RIG -- v. taclar

RIGGING -- taclage, cordage

RIGHT -- a. ver, just; (straight) rect; corect; (- hand) dextri: n. jure; justicie; rason; rectitá. ON THE ~: a dextre; v. rectificar; (set upright) erecter, stantar

RIGHTANGLE -- rectangul (-ari)

RIGHTEOUS -- vertuosi, sant, honest

RIGHTPUL -- legitim, just, ver

RIGID -- ~ (-itá); severi, ínflexibil

RIGMAROLE -- galimatias

RIGOUR -- rigore (-osi), severitá

RILE -- iritar, vexar

RIM -- borde; (of wheel) felga

RIME -- pruine, gela crinosi

RIND -- cruste, pelle, cortice

RING -- n. anelle; circul; (sport) arena. THERE'S A ~ AT THE DOOR: on sona; v. (bell) sonar, tintinar; (encompass) circumdar; assediar; (echo) resonar

RINGLEADER -- ductor (chef) de banda

RINGLET -- bucle

RINGWORM -- tinea (tonsural)

RINK -- patinatoria, patinería

RINSE -- rinsar (-allia)

RIOT -- n. tumultu (-ar), excesse, desórdine; orgie; v. insurecter (-ion). TO RUN ~: turbulear

RIOTOUS -- tumultuosi, seditiosi RIP: v. lacerar

RIPARIAN -- riveran, rivari

RIPE -- matur (-ar, -itá)

RIPPLE -- v. undettear

RISE -- n. ascension, orígine; clive; avansament. TO GIVE ~ TO: causar, nascentar; v. ascenDer, turrear; levar se; augmentar se

RISIBLE -- risibil (-itá)

RISING -- insurection, rebellion; (of sun) ascension

RISK -- n. risca (-ar), hasarde (-ar), dangere

RISSOLE -- ~

RITE -- ritu (-al, -ale, -alisme)

RIVAL -- rivale (-isar), concurrente

RIVER -- rivere, fluvie

RIVET -- rivete (-ar)

RIVULET -- riverette

ROACH -- ray

ROAD -- strade, via; rute; (naut.) rade.

ROADSIDE -- margine

ROAM -- migrar, vagar

ROAN -- ~

ROAR -- v. muir, rugir (-ida); (of applause etc.) eclate

ROAST -- v. rostar, grillar; (coffee) torrefacter

ROASTBEEF -- rostbif

ROB -- raubar; deprivar; (steal from) furter

ROBBER -- furtero, furtard, raubero

ROBBERY -- raube, furte

ROBE -- ~; (official gown) talare; v. vestir

ROBIN -- rubicol, rubi-péctore

ROBUST -- ~, vigorosi

ROCK -- rocca (-osi), petre. ~OIL: petroleo; v. balansar; lullar ROCKET: rakete, roquette

ROCOCO -- rococo

ROD -- verge; (fishing) canne a piscar; (mech.) bielle

RODENT -- n. rodente, rosor

ROE -- (female deer) cerva; (of fish) pisc-oves. ROEBUCK: capreolo

ROGUE -- rascale, fripon; fraudero; vagabunde

ROGUISH -- petulant, jocaci

ROLE -- rol

ROLL -- v. rular, voluer. TO ~ UP: involuer, inballar; (pastry) platrular; n. rulage; liste, registre; (of bread) panette

ROLLER -- rul; cilindre (de jardin)

ROLLING -- (waves) undeant, undatri

ROLLING-MILL -- laminería

ROMANCE -- (literary) roman; (mus.) romance; fabul; a. (language) romanic; v. fabular

ROMANISE -- romanisar

ROMANTIC -- a. ~

ROMP -- bruosi lude

RONDEAU -- rondo

ROOP -- tecte, tegment (-ar, -ero, -age); (of mouth; pálate

ROOK -- cornille; (Chess) turre

ROOM -- sala, chambre, cámera; (space) spacie

ROOMY -- spaciosi, vast,; ampli

ROOST -- galliniere

ROOT -- n. radica; orígine, fonte; v. (in)radicar. TO ~ OUT: eradicar, extirpar

ROPE -- n. corde, fune. ROPEYARD: corderia; v. fixar o ligar per corde

RORQUAL -- ~

ROSARY -- rosarium

ROSE -- ~ (-ette). ROSEBUSH: rosiero; (of watering-can) aspersette

ROSEATE -- rosi, rosatri

ROSEMARY -- rosmarine

ROSETTE -- ~, cocarde

ROSIN -- resine, colofonie

ROSTER -- liste de dejoras

ROSTRUM -- tribune, estrade

ROSY -- rubi, roscolori, ros-rubi

ROT -- v. putrir (-ition, -ificar); n. (nonsense) nonsense

ROTA -- liste de dejoras

ROTARY -- rotatori

ROTATE -- rotar (-ator), girar, tornar se

ROTATION -- ~, succession

ROTE -- BY ~: per memorie

ROTTEN -- putrid

ROTUND -- rond

ROTUNDA -- rotunde

ROUE -- debochon

ROUGE -- n. farde, rubi crayon

ROUGH -- violent; brusqui; ínpolit, rud; (not smooth) aspri; (approximate) aproximativ; (hoarse) rauc

ROUGHLY -- circa, aproximativmen; brusquimen, violentmen

ROULETTE -- rulette

ROUND -- a. rond, circulari, sferic. ALL THE YEAR ~: li tot annu. TO GO ~: rotar, girar, tornar se; suficer por omnes; v. arondar; n. ronde, circul; (of ladder) scalun; (applause) salve

ROUNDABOUT -- a. indirect; ad. circa; n. carruselle

ROUNDEL -- rondelle

ROUSE -- avigilar, alarmar; incitar

ROUT -- desórdine, fugida; defete; (mil.) derute; v. derutar

ROUTE -- rute, via

ROUTINE -- rutine (-ari, -al)

ROVE -- inigrar, vagar

ROW -- n. (line) range, file, linea; colonne; (noise) clamore, bruida; querelle; v. remar (-ation)

ROWAN -- sorbe

ROWDY -- a. bruosi, tumultuosi; n. tumultuon

ROWLOCK -- tolette

ROYAL -- reyal (-ist, -isme)

ROYALTY -- dignitá reyal, soveranitá; (on a book etc.; tantieme

RUB -- v. frottar, fricter. ~ OUT: efaciar

RUBBER -- cautchuc; gumme. ~ BAND: cautchuclace

RUBBISH -- escombre, jettallia; (exclam.) nonsens!

RUBBLE -- fragmentallia, murallia

RUBESCENT -- rubijant

RUBRIC -- rubrica

RUBY -- n. rubine; a. (colour) rubi

RUCHE -- ~

RUCK UT -- frossar

RUDDER -- timon, stir

RUDDY -- rubatri

RUDE -- rud, íncivil, íncult, ínpolit, crud, descortesi, impertinent

RUDIMENT -- ~ (-al, -ari)

RUE -- lamentar, regretar; n. (bot.) ruta

RUEFUL -- morni, trist

RUFF -- colarette

RUFFIAN -- rixard, bandite

RUFFLE -- v. frossar; desordinar; (discompose) detranquilisar; n. manchette; jabot

RUG -- tapisse; (cloth) lan-covritura

RUGATE -- rugat, rugosi

RUGGED -- aspri, sulcosi

RUIN -- ruine (-osi), perition; v. ruinar, damagear; desolar

RULE -- regul, norme; (regulation) regulament; (for lines), lineale; (of king etc.) regne, regnantie. AS A ~: generalmen, in general; v. guvernar; (establish, lay down) statuer; (line) linear. TO ~ OUT: excluder

RULER -- guvernator; (instrument) mesurette, lineale

RUM -- n. ~; a. strangi, bizarri

RUMBA -- ~

RUMBLE -- v. rul-sonar

RUMINATE -- v. ruminar (-ant, -ation) , meditar

RUMIAGE -- traserchar

RUMOUR -- fama, rumore. IT IS RUMOURED: on di que

RUMP -- fesse

RUMPLE -- frossar

RUN 1.|RUN -- v. currer; (fluids) fluer; (of ulcer) supurar.

TO RUN ACROSS|RUN -- incontrar.

RUN AWAY|RUN -- fugir; (water) defluer.

RUN INTO|RUN -- colider con.

RUN SHORT OF|RUN -- ne plu haver, mancar. I AM RUNNING SHORT OF PAPER: mi provision de paper es presc exhaustet.

RUN OVER|RUN -- debordar, superfluer; (vehicle) super-currer.

RUN UP AGAINST|RUN -- chocar se contra, incontrar;

RUN 2.|RUN -- n. curse, currida. THE ~ OF A PLACE: ínimpedit accesse

RUNAWAY -- fugitor, desertor, fugitivo

RUNE -- ~ (-ic)

RUNG -- n. scalun

RUNNER -- currero; (mech.) glissuore; (of plant) sarment (-osi)

RUNNING -- THREE DAYS ~: tri dies successiv men

RUPTURE -- v. rupter; n. ruptura, hernie (-al)

RURAL -- ~, rustic

RUSE -- astutie, ruse, tric

RUSH -- v. hastar; (- at) jettar se vers (contra), precipitar se, adcurrer impetuosimen; n. hastada; (reed) cárex

RUSSET -- ross

RUSSIA LEATHER -- yufte

RUST -- oxide (-ar se, -at), ferruine

RUSTIC -- ~ (-itá), rural; (person) rustico, provincialo

RUSTLE -- frufrutar

RUT -- rot-sulca, carril

RUTHLESS -- ínhuman, sin campatiment

RYE -- secale