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SABBATH -- sábbat; (Sunday) soledí

SABLE -- a. nigri; n. zóbol

SABOT -- lignin sapate

SABOTAGE -- v. sabotar (-age)

SABRE -- ~ (-ar)

SACCHARINE -- sacarine

SACERDOTAL -- ~ (-isme)

SACK -- n. sac (-ada). SACK-CLOTH: sacco; v. pilliar; (dismiss) desemployar, desingagear, demisser

SACKING -- sac-linage

SACRAMENT -- ~ (-al). TO ADMINISTER THE ~: comunier

SACRED -- sacri, sant

SACRIFICE -- n. sacrificie (-al); v. sacrificar (-ator), imolar

SACRILEGE -- sacrilegie (-osi)

SACRISTAN -- ~

SACRISTY -- sacristia

SACROSANCT -- sacro-sant

SAD -- trist (-esse), morni; (grievous) grav

SADDEN -- atristar

SADDLE -- sedle (-ar, -ero, -ería); v. (burden) chargear

SAFE -- a. salv, secur, ínnocet, in bon statu, in bon standa; n. moné-scaf, garda-moné; (food) garda-manjage

SAFEGUARD -- precaution

SAFFRON -- safran

SAG -- pender lax

SAGA -- ~, legende

SAGACIOUS -- sagaci (-tá)

SAGE -- a. sagi (-tá); n. sagio; (bot.) salvia

SAGO -- ~ (-palme)

SAIL -- n. segle (-ar, -ero, -ation, -ator); (journey) passage; v. navigar

SAILOR -- marinero

SAINFOIN -- esparsette

SAINT -- santo (-itá)

SAKE -- FOR THE ~ OF: pro, por, pro egarde a

SALAD -- salade (-iere)

SAL-AMMONIAC -- sal-amoniac

SALAMANDER -- salamandre

SALARY -- salarie (-ar)

SALE -- vende, rendition, vendida; realisation

SALESMAN -- venditor

SALIENT -- ~, prominent

SALINE -- a. salin

SALIVA -- ~ (-ar)

SALLOW -- a. pallid, yelb; n. salice

SALLY -- n. curr-atacca; (of wit) espritositá; v. surtir

SALMON -- ~

SALOON -- (room) sala, salon

SALT -- a. salosi, salat, salin; n. sale (-ar, -iere, -iera); v. (in)salar, marinar

SALTPETRE -- salpetre, nitre

SALUBRIOUS -- salubri (-tá)

SALUTARY -- util, salutari

SALUTE -- ~ (-ar)

SALVAGE -- ~; v. salvagear

SALVATION -- ~ (-ist)

SALVE -- unguente (-ar), balsam

SALVO -- salve

SAME -- sam, identic

SAMOVAR -- ~

SAMPLE -- specimen, mustre, exemplare; v. provar, mustrar

SANATORIUM -- sanatoria

SANCTIFY -- santificar (-ation)

SANCTIMONIOUS -- hipocritic, piachi

SANCTION -- ~ (-ar)

SANCTITY -- santitá

SANCTUARY -- santuarium; (refuge) asil

SAND -- n. sable, sand (-i, -osi, -banca, -riff)

SANDAL -- sandale; (tree) santale

SANDSTONE -- sable-petre

SANDWICH -- sandwich. ~MAN: porta-afiche

SANE -- de san spíritu, de san mente

SANGFROID -- aplombe, sangue frigid

SANGUINARY -- sanguinari

SANGUINE -- sanguin, optimistic

SANITARY -- sanitari, salubri

SANITATION -- higiene

SANITY -- sanitá mental

SAP -- n. succ (-osi); v. subminar, sappar (-ero); exhauster

SAPIENT -- ~ (-ie)

SAPLING -- arborelle, yun árbor

SAPONACIOUS -- saponatri

SAPPER -- sappero

SAPPHIRE -- safire

SARABAND -- sarabande

SARACEN -- ~

SARCASM -- sarcasme

SARCASTIC -- ~

SARCOPHAGUS -- sarcofago

SARDINE -- ~

SARDONIC -- ~

SARGASSO -- ~

SARTORIAL -- ~

SASH -- charpe; (of window) cadre fenestral

SATAN -- satano (-ic)

SATCHEL -- porta-folie, paperiere

SATE, SATIATE -- * satiar (-abil)

SATELLITE -- satelite

SATIETY -- satietá, satie

SATIN -- satine

SATIRE -- ~ (-ic, -ist, -isar)

SATISFIED -- content, satisfat; convictet; (of apetite) sat

SATISFY -- satisfar (-ation, -ant, -atori), contentar

SATURATE -- saturar (-ation, -itá)

SATURATED -- satur

SATURDAY -- saturdí

SATYR -- satiro

SAUCE -- ~ (-iere); impertinentie

SAUCEPAN -- casserol

SAUCER -- subtasse

SAUCY -- impertinent (-ie)

SAUERKRAUT -- ~

SAUNTER -- ear lentmen, vagar, flanar

SAUSAGE -- salsice

SAVAGE -- a. íncult, savagi (-tá, -eríe), feroci, barbaric; n. savagio, barbaro

SAVE -- v. (rescue) salvar; (economise) sparniar, economisar; (keep) conservar; reservar; (protect) gardar; (prevent) preventer: prep. except(et); conj. except(et)

SAVELOY -- cervelate

SAVINGS -- sparniage, sparniament

SAVIOUR -- Salvator

SAVOUR -- n. sapore (-osi); v. savurar; (~ of) saper

SAVOURY -- a. (spiced) spiceat

SAW -- n. sega (-ería); (saying) aforisme. SAWDUST: segallia. SAWING-TRESTLE: seguore; v. segar

SAXIFRAGE -- saxifraga

SAXOPHONE -- saxofon

SAY -- dir. THAT IS TO ~: a saver

SAYING -- sententie, aforisme

SCAB -- cruste; (disease) scabie (-osi)

SCABBARD -- espadiere, foderale, porta-espade

SCABIES -- scabie (-osi)

SCABIOUS -- (bot.) scabiose

SCAFFOLD -- scafote (-age)

SCAFFOLDING -- scafalde

SCALD -- v. scaldar

SCALE -- n. (grade) gradu; (graduated range) scale: (mus.) gamme; (of charges) tarif; (~pan) platil de balancie; (of animals) squame (-osi); v. climbar; (with ladders) scaladar; (peel off) desquamar

SCALES -- balancie

SCALLOP -- feston; (mollusc) péctine

SCALP -- ~ (-ar, -el)

SCAMP -- rascale, vale-necós; v. laborachar

SCAMPER -- hastar

SCAN -- scanDer (-sion); examinar

SCANDAL -- scandale (-isar, -osi)

SCANT(Y) -- * scarsi, insuficent, rar; v. usar mesquinmen

SCAPEGOAT -- expiator, peccon

SCAPULA -- scapul (-arie)

SCAR -- cicatre (-isar)

SCARAB -- scarabé

SCARCE -- scarsi (-tá), rar

SCARCELY -- apen

SCARE -- v. terrer, far fugir; n. panica

SCARECROW -- para-avie

SCARF -- charpe

SCARIFY -- scarificar (-ation)

SCARLET -- scarlat. ~ FEVER: febre scarlatin, scarlatine

SCARP -- scarpe (-at)

SCATHING -- anihilant, aplastant

SCATTER -- disperser, disjettar, dissemar

SCAVENGER -- balayero, escombrero

SCENE -- ~ (-ic); (view) perspective. BEHIND THE SCENES: detra li culisse

SCENERY -- (theatre) deoorationes; sceneríe; (landscape) paisage

SCENT -- n. odore (-ar), parfúm (-ar); (hunting) flare (-ar)

SCEPTIC -- sceptico

SCEPTICAL -- sceptic (-isme)

SCEPTRE -- ~

SCHEDULE -- liste, formulare, tabelle, cedul

SCHEME -- schema (-tic), plan, projecte; v. projector, conspirar, intrigar

SCHISM -- schisma (-tic)

SCHIST -- ~

SCHOLAR -- elev (-a, -o) , scolero; docte, erudito. ~SHIP: stipendie; erudition

SCHOLARLY -- erudit

SCHOLASTIC -- ~

SCHOOL -- scole; (building) scola, educatoria. ~FELLOW: conscolero. ~MASTER: mastre, principale, pedagogo

SCHOONER -- scune

SCIATICA -- ~

SCIENCE -- scientie (-al, -ic, -ist, -ific)

SCIMITAR -- cimeterre

SCINTILLATE -- scintillar (-ation)

SCISSORS -- cisores, cisette, tondette

SCOFF -- deriDer, mocar

SCOLD -- v. insultar, injuriar, reprimandar

SCOOP -- haustor, palla; v. hauster, excavar

SCOPE -- oportunitá; cadre, camp de action; (aim) scope

SCORBUTIC -- ~

SCORCH -- ustular (-ation)

SCORE -- (notch) incision; cause, motive; (games) calcul, conte; (twenty) duantene; (mus.) partitura. ON THAT ~: pro ti motive; v. inciser; (games) marcar; ganiar puntes

SCORIA -- scorie (-atri, -ificar)

SCORN -- n. despecte (-er), desestima (-ar)

SCORNFUL -- despectent

SCORPION -- ~

SCOT FREE, TO GET OFF -- * escapar sin vúlneres

SCOUNDREL -- rascale, fripon, furbe

SCOUR -- terger, scurar; (a district) tracurrer, traversar

SCOURGE -- n. knute (-ar), flagelle

SCOUT -- n. ~ (-isme); v. deriDer, repulser

SCOWL -- menaciar per li regarde

SCRAGGY -- magri

SCRAMBLE -- v. (climb) grimpar; n. lucte, confusion

SCRAP -- n. pezze, fragment. ~IRON: ferrallia

SCRAPE -- v. scrappar (-allia); n. embarasse, desfacilitá

SCRAPER -- scrappuore, scrappette. MUDSCRAPER: demuddator

SCRATCH -- v. grattar. ~ OUT: forstrecar

SCRAWL -- v. scriachar

SCREAM -- v. criar, yellar, strider

SCREEN -- n. ecran, scren. WIND~: para-vente; v. (shield) protector

SCREW -- n. scruv (-ar); (of ship) helice; v. (twist) torDer

SCREW-DRIVER -- tira-scruv, scruv-tornator

SCREW-JACK -- cric

SCRIBBLE -- scriachar

SCRIPT -- scrite, scritura

SCRIPTURE -- bible, sant scritura

SCROFULA -- scroful (-osi)

SCROLL -- n. cartuche; paper-volute, rule

SCRUB -- v. lav-brossar, terger, scurar; n. (underwood) arbustallia

SCRUPLE -- scrupul (-osi, -ositá)

SCRUTINISE -- examinar (-ator)

SCRUTINY -- scrutine

SCUFFLE -- v. rixar, interluctar; (feet) acrappar per li pedes; n. melé, rixe

SCULL -- n. rem (-ar)

SCULLERY -- lavatoria, rinsatoria; cocinatoria

SCULPTOR -- ~

SCULPTURE -- v. sculpter (-ura). ~ GALLERY: gliptoteca

SCUM -- n. ~ (-osi), sediment; canallia; a. vil

SCURF -- n. squame (del scalpe); furfure

SCURRILOUS -- vil, calumniosi, scuril

SCURVY -- a. vil, bass; n. scorbute

SCUTTLE -- n. (coal~) carboniere; v. sabordar, submerser; (run off) forcurrer

SCYTHE -- n. falce (-ear)

SEA -- mare, ocean; multité

SEA GREEN -- * glaucom

SEA-GULL -- movette

SEAL -- n. cane marin, foca; (impression) sigille (-ar); v. (letters) cluder

SEALING-WAX -- sigill-cire

SEAM -- sutura; (of minerals) strate, vene

SEAMAN -- marinero

SEANCE -- session

SEA-MEW -- movette

SEAR -- v. cauterisar

SEARCH -- v. serchar, examinar; (leg.) perquisir

SEARCHING -- penetrant

SEARCHLIGHT -- projector

SEASIDE -- marborde, plage

SEASICKNESS -- male de mare

SEASON -- n. seson; v. condimentar, spicear

SEASONING -- condiment

SEASONABLE -- oportun, secun seson

SEAT -- n. sede, stul, banca; v. sedentar

SEA-URCHIN -- ursine

SEA-WEED -- alga

SEBACIOUS -- sebosi, sebic

SECEDE -- retraer se; dissider (-ente)

SECLUDE -- secluDer (-sion)

SECOND -- a. duesim, secund (-ari); inferiori; n. (of time) seconde; (duel) secundante; v. subtener- secundar

SECONDARY SCHOOL -- licéo (-an, -ano)

SECOND-HAND -- de secund manu. ~ DEALER: antiquario

SECRET -- a. ~, ocult, arcan; n. secrete (-esse)

SECRETARY -- secretario (-al)

SECRETE -- secreer (-tion, -tori)

SECT -- secta (-ant,-ari, -ario, -ano)

SECTION -- ~, division, compartiment

SECTOR -- ~

SECULAR -- profan, seculari (-isar), mundan

SECURE -- a. salv, secur (-itá); v. securar; obtener; fixar

SECURITY -- securitá; (leg.) cautela, garantíe; (bond) obligation

SEDATE -- calm, seren

SEDATIVE -- n. ~

SEDENTARY -- sedentari

SEDGE -- cárex

SEDIMENT -- ~

SEDITION -- ~ (-iosi)

SEDUCE -- seducter (-ion, -or, -iv)

SEDULOUS -- assidui, diligent

SEE -- n. episcopia; v. vider. TO ~ TO: cuidar

SEED -- seme (-ar, -ero), gérmine. SEEDSMAN: sem-venditor

SEEK -- serchar; (try) penar, provar

SEEM -- semblar, aparer

SEEMLY -- convenent, decent

SEER -- profete, augur

SEESAW -- n. balansuore, bascul

SEETHE -- brodular, bollir

SEGMENT -- ~

SEGBEGATE -- isolar, separar

SEISMOLOGIST -- sismologo (-ie)

SEIZE -- capter, capir, inpuniar

SEIZURE -- caption; (illness) atacca

SELDOM -- rarmen, ínfrequentmen

SELECT -- a. selectet, exquisit; v. selecter (-ion, -iv, -ivitá, -or)

SELENIUM -- ~

SELF 1.|SELF -- ~ (-ic); n. ego, natura

SELF 2.|SELF -- ~ASSURANCE: aplombe. ~CONCEITED: vanitosi. ~CONFIDENCE: self-confidentie. ~CONSCIOUS: self-conscient. ~CONTROL: ~, self-domination. ~DENIAL: abnegation. ~EVIDENT: ~. ~GOVERNING: autonom (-ie). ~HELP: self-auxilie. ~INSTRUCTION: ~, autodidactie. ~WILL

SELFISH -- egoistic. ~NESS: egoisme

SELL -- vendir (-itor, -ition)

SEMANTIC -- ~ (-a)

SEMAPHORE -- semafore

SEMBLANCE -- semblantie, similitá

SEMI- -- semi-circul, -cólon etc.

SEMINARY -- seminarie

SEMIQUAVER -- duplic croche

SEMITIC -- ~

SEMOLINA -- semol

SEMPSTRESS -- sutora

SENATE -- senat (-or)

SEND -- inviar, misser, expedir. TO ~ FOR: far venir. TO ~ ON: transmisser. TO ~ OUT: emisser, dismisser

SENILE -- senil (-itá)

SENIOR -- a. plu old, senior (-itá)

SENSATION -- ~ (-al, -alisme), eclate, sentida

SENSE -- ~, signification; prudentie; (faculty) sensu; v. sentir, percepter

SENSELESS -- absurd; insensat; (unconscious) ínconscient, ínsensibil

SENSIBLE -- prudent, inteligent; (able to feel) sensibil; (appreciable) sentibil, perceptibil. TO BE ~ OF: conscier

SENSITIVE -- sensitiv (-itá), sensibil, impressibil

SENSUAL -- ~ (-ist, -itá, -isme)

SENSUOUS -- sensual

SENTENCE -- (graram.) frase; (legal) judica ment, sententie; v. condamnar, sententiar

SENTIMENT -- ~ (-al, -alitá), opinion

SENTINEL, SENTRY -- * sentinelle, posto

SENTRY-BOX -- garite

SEPAL -- ~

SEPARATE -- a. separat, apart, distint; v. separar (-ation, -ator, -ativ, -abil), desunir, alontanar

SEPIA -- ~

SEPTEMBER -- septembre

SEPTENNIAL -- settennial

SEPTIC -- ~

SEPTUAGENARIAN -- settantario

SEPULCHRE -- tombe, sepulte

SEPULCHRAL -- lugubri, sepultorial

SEQUEL -- continuation, sequent parte

SEQUENCE -- sequentie; serie; órdine

SEQUESTRATE -- sequestrar (-ation)

SEQUOIA -- ~

SERAGLIO -- serái

SERAPH -- seraf

SERE -- sicc, marcit, marcid

SERENADE -- ~

SERENE -- seren (-itá), calm

SERF -- servo, servitudario. ~DOM: servitude, servage

SERGE -- ~

SERGEANT -- sergente

SERIAL -- a. ~; n. folieton

SERIES -- serie; sequentie

SERIOUS -- seriosi (-tá), grav

SERMON -- ~ (-ar)

SERPENT -- serpente (-in)

SERRATED -- dentat

SERUM -- ~; (in compounds) sero-

SERVANT -- servitor; domestica (-o)

SERVE -- servir; assister; (to be suitable) convener. IT SERVES HIM RIGHT: it eveni le quo il merite, to es quo il merite

SERVICE -- n. servicie; favore; (set of china) service. TO DO SOMEONE A ~: compleser (-ntie)

SERVICEABLE -- util

SERVIETTE -- ~

SERVILE -- servil (-itá), sclavic

SERVITUDE -- ~, solavitá

SESSION -- ~

SET 1.|SET -- a. firm, fix, rigid; formal; regulari; obstinat; n. (collection) colection, complement; serie; (of people) clicca; circul, gruppe;

SET 2.|SET -- v. arangear, adaptar, fixar, etablisser; assignar; (of liquids) solidijar; (a limb) remetter; (mount) monter; (with gems) garnir; (place) metter, posir, plazzar; (station) locar, postar; (of sun etc.) descenDer; (type) composter; (clock) ajustar

SET ABOUT -- ataccar; comensar

SET DOWN -- notar, adscrir, atribuer; imputar

SET FORTH -- presentar, exposir, monstrar; departer

SET ON -- incitar, ataccar. ~ FIRE: incendiar; accender

SET OUT -- exposir; comensar: departer, demonstrar

SET TO -- (apply oneself) devoer se, aplicar se

SET UP -- erecter, etablisser; (give rise to) nascentar, causar

SETT -- pave

SETTEE -- sofa

SETTER -- sétter

SETTING -- colocation; scene, funde

SETTLE -- v. fixar, arangear; payar; deciDer; (an account) saldar; (sink) afundar; reposar; (territory) colonisar

SETTLED -- tranquil, constant; colonisat

SETTLEMENT -- saldo; arangeament; assignatura; liquidation; (colony) colonia; (subsidence) subsedentie

SEVEN -- sett (-anti, -esim)

SEVEN-SLEEPER -- glire

SEVER -- separar, dejunter, detranchar

SEVERAL -- (in number) pluri, divers, diatint, separat; respectiv. SEVERALLY: individualmen

SEVERE -- severi (-tá), violent

SEW -- suer (-tion, -tura, -tora)

SEWER -- cloaca

SEWERAGE -- cloacage

SEWING-MACHINE -- su-machine

SEX -- sexu (-al, -alitá, -alisme)

SEXAGENARIAN -- sixantario

SEXTANT -- sextante

SEXTON -- sacristan

SHABBY -- mesquin, povrachi, perusat

SHACKLE -- n. caten; v. (in)catenar

SHADE -- n. ombre (-ar, -osi, -age); (degree) nuancie (-ar). LAMP ~: covri lampe; (manes) manes

SHADING -- ombration

SHADOW -- ombre; semblantie; v. observar

SHADY -- ombrosi; deshonest, suspectibil

SHAFT -- (arrow) fleche; (of vehicle) timon; (of mine) puteo; (of gun) tube

SHAGGY -- vellut, vellosi

SHAH -- chah

SHAKE -- v. sucusser; (tremble) tremer. TO ~ HANDS: presser li manus

SHAKY -- ínstabil, labil, chancelant; tremorosi, tremid

SHALE -- (husk) cortice; (Geol.) schist; (gravel) gravie

SHALLOT -- cebulette

SHALLOW -- superficial; ínprofund; n. bass-funde

SHAM -- a. fals, ne genuin, fictet; v. ficter, simular, pretexter

SHAME -- pudore, honte; desgracie; v. pudentar, deshonorar, hontar

SHAME-FACED -- pudic, confuset, hontosi

SHAMEFUL -- hontosi, infam

SHAMELESS -- impudent, cinic

SHAMPOO -- n. shampun (-ar); v. lavar li cap

SHANK -- gambe, tibia; (stem) trunc

SHANTY -- cabane

SHAPE -- n. forme (-ar), figura, modelle (-ar) ~SHAPED: -form

SHARE -- n. portion, parte; (fin.) action; v. partir, divider; distribuer; partiprender

SHAREHOLDER -- actionario

SHARK -- squale

SHARP -- a. acut, acri; abrupt; astut; (words) acerb. ~SIGHTED: perspicaci; n. (mus.) diese

SHARPEN -- far acri, acutar; puntar

SHATTER -- fracassar, dispezzar

SHAVE -- v. rasar. HE IS SHAVING: il rasa se

SHAVINGS -- rabotallia

SHAWL -- chale

SHE -- ella

SHEAF -- fasce; (of corn) garbe

SHEAR -- v. tonder. SHEARS: tondette

SHEATH -- n. foderale, porta-espade

SHED -- n. cabane, remise; v. versar; emisser; (tears) lacrimar

SHEEP -- agne (-ello, -in)

SHEEPISH -- embarassat

SHEER -- perpendiculari; abrupt, scarp

SHEET -- n. folie; (bed ~) lett-linage; (metal) lámine; (naut.) scote. ~IRON: lade

SHEIK -- cheik

SHELF -- tabul (de scaf); planca; (Geol.) shelf; riff

SHELL -- n. (of molluscs) conche; cruste, cortice, shell; (mil.) obus, bombe; (pea ~) silique; v. decorticar; bombardar; exsiliquar

SHELTER -- n. asil, fugitoria; v. protecter, gardar; fugir; dar asil a; albergar

SHELVE -- procrastinar, ajornar; (slope) scarpar

SHEPHERD -- n. pastero; v. ducter

SHERBET -- sorbete

SHERD -- (pott~) fragment

SHERIFF -- ~

SHERRY -- ~

SHIELD -- n. scren, egide; (armour) scude; v. defenDer, protecter

SHIFT -- n. remedie; pretexte; change; (of workman) relé, periode; v. mover, changear; vagar

SHIFTING -- variabil

SHIMMER -- lucer tremorosimen, lucettear

SHIN -- tibia

SHINE -- brilliar, splender, lucer; (polish) polir

SHINGLES -- herpes

SHIP -- n. nave, barca; v. inbarcar, cargar; expedir (-ition)

SHIPMENT -- consignament, consignation

SHIPWRECK -- naufrage (-ear)

SHIRE -- comtia, provincia

SHIRK -- evitar, negliger, decuidar

SHIRT -- camise

SHIVER -- n. frisson (-ar), tremer

SHOAL -- n. multité; sable-banca, riff

SHOCK -- n. choc (-ar); (of sheaves) garbe

SHOCKING -- desgustant, nauseativ, repugnant

SHODDY -- a. inferiori, mesquin; n. stoffach

SHOE -- n. sapate (-ero); v. (horses) ferrar

SHOOT -- n. (hort.) ramelle, sarment; v. tirar, fusilar ; burgeonar; (fling violently) lansar (se)

SHOOTING STAR -- stelle volant, meteor

SHOP -- n. butíca, magasine; (workshop) ateliere; v. comprar, far li compras

SHOP-KEEPER -- buticario

SHORE -- borde (del mare), costa, rive, plage, litore; v. (~ up) subtener per traves, apoyar

SHORN -- tondet; (deprived) privat

SHORT -- curt, brevi; mancant; abrupt. TO BE ~ OF: besonar, mancar

SHORTCOMING -- manca

SHORTEN -- acurtar, abreviar

SHORTHAND -- stenografie. TO WRITE ~: stenografar

SHORTLY -- bentost

SHORTS -- short

SHORTSIGHTED -- ínprevident; de curt vision, miop

SHOT -- n. tira, colpe; (metal missile) balle

SHOULDER -- n. epol. ~BLADES: scapul; v. metter o portar sur li epoles. ~KNOT: epol-lace

SHOUT -- n. cri (-ar), clama

SHOUTING- -- criada, clamore; aclamation

SHOVE -- v. pussar

SHOVEL -- palle (-ade, -ar), spade (-ar)

SHOW -- v. monstrar (se), far vider, exhibir, revelar, exposir; n. presentation; parade, spectacul, performantie, exposition, exhibition

SHOW OFF -- * paradar, ostentar; far contrastar

SHOW UP -- * exposir, decovrir, decelar, aparir

SHOW-CASE -- vitrine

SHOWER -- n. pluviette

SHOWER-BATH -- duche; duchuore

SHOWERY -- pluviosi

SHOWY -- ostentativ, pomposi

SHRAPNEL -- ~

SHRED -- n. (long) pezze; lacerate; v. dispezzar

SHREW -- megera. SHREWMOUSE: musaren

SHREWD -- sagaci, astut

SHRIEK -- yella (-ar), stride, cri

SHRIKE -- lanie

SHRILL -- acut; strident

SHRIMP -- crevette

SHRINE -- altare, reliquiere

SHRINK -- contraer (se); retraer (se); (recoil) recular; (lessen) demeliorar, diminuer; hesitar avan

SHRIVE -- confesser, absoluer

SHRIVEL -- contraer se, marcir

SHROUD -- mort-linage; (naut.) vantes: v. invelopar

SHROVE TUESDAY -- grass mardí

SHRUB -- arbuste, bosco (-age)

SHRUG -- v. levar li epoles

SHUDDER -- n. frisson (-ar)

SHUFFLE -- v. interpussar; (cards) mixter; (~ along) trenar li pedes; (~ out of) equivocar, far pretextes, extricar se; n. evasion, artificie

SHUN -- evitar, detornar se

SHUNT -- bifurcar, rangear, shuntar

SHUT -- v. cluder; a. cludet

SHUTTER -- para-vente; (phot.) obturator

SHUTTLE -- navette, spuliere

SHUTTLECOCK -- balls plumat

SHY -- a. timid; suspectiv; v. cabrar se

SIBILANT -- ~; n. sibilante

SICK -- malad. TO BE ~: (vomit) vomir. TO BE ~ OF: esser sat de

SICKEN -- amaladar se, maladijar; revulser, nausear

SICKLE -- falce

SICKLY -- maladiv (-itá); nauseant

SICKNESS -- maladie; nausea

SIDE -- látere, flanca; (party) partise; afectation

SIDEBOARD -- bufete, platiliere

SIDELIGHT -- lampe lateral

SIDEREAL -- sideral

SIDELONG -- obliqui(men). SIDEWAYS: ad látere

SIDING -- via o linea lateral; bifurcation

SIEGE -- v. TO LAY ~: assediar (-ation); n. assedie

SIESTA -- ~, pause midial

SIEVE -- n. cribelle (-ar)

SIFT -- cribellar; examinar

SIGH -- n. sospire (-ar)

SIGHT -- n. vision, visivitá; (view) vista, spectacul, perspective; (of gun) mire, visette. AT ~: che vise. AT FIRST ~: ye prim vise; v. mirar. CATCH ~ OF: percepter

SIGHTLESS -- ciec

SIGN -- n. signe, marca, indicie; v. subscrir; signar

SIGNPOST -- pale indicatori, monstra-via

SIGNAL -- n. signale. FOG~: nebul-petarde; v. signalar

SIGNATORY -- signatario

SIGNATURE -- signature; autografie

SIGNET -- sigille

SIGNIFY -- significar (-ation, -ativ)

SILENCE -- n. silentie; v. silentiar, far tacer

SILENT -- ~. TO KEEP ~: tacer

SILHOUETTE -- siluette

SILICA -- silice (-ate, -osi)

SILK -- seta (-in, -age, -eríe). ARTIFICIAL ~: rayonne. ~WORM: bombixe

SILL -- ~

SILLY -- stult, stupid, folli, fatui, ínept, idiotic

SILO -- ~

SILT -- slamme, depositura, sable; v. insablar se (-ament)

SILVER -- n. argente (-in). ~PLATE: argenteríe; v. inargentar

SILVERSMITH -- argentero

SIMIAN -- ~, simiatri

SIMILAR -- simil (-itá)

SIMILE -- comparation

SIMMER -- bollettar, comensar bollir

SIMPLE -- simplic (-itá), naiv; pur

SIMPLETON -- naivon, ásino

SIMPLIFY -- simplificar (-ation)

SIMPLY -- absolutmen; (merely) solmen

SIMULATE -- simular (-ation)

SIMULTANEOUS -- simultan (-itá)

SIN -- n. pecca (~ar, -ator, -ard)

SINCE 1.|SINCE -- adv. TWO YEARS ~: ante du annus. LONG ~: ante long témper, ja de longmen; prep. ~ THAT TIME: desde ti témpor; de tande;

SINCE 2.|SINCE -- conj. pro que. ~ HE HAS COME I WILL LEAVE: pro que il ha venit yo va departer. IT IS A WEEK ~ I SAW HER: ja de un semane yo plu ne ha videt la

SINCERE -- sinceri (-tá)

SINE -- (Geom.) sinus

SINECURE -- sinecura

SINEW -- tendon

SINFUL -- peccosi, peccaci

SING -- cantar (-ator)

SINGE -- ustular

SINGLE -- a. sol, singul, unic; (unmarried) celib (-o): v. (- out) selecter

SINGULAR -- singulari (-tá), ínusual,, apart; bizarri; n. (gramm.) singulare

SINISTER -- sinistri

SINK -- v. submerser, descenDer, plongear; diminuer; (~ a shaft) excavar. ~ INTO: lassar se cader; n. (domestic) rinsuore, eversuore, lav-petre SINKING-FUND: cassa de amortisation

SINUOUS -- sinuosi (-tá)

SIP -- v. sirotar

SIPHON -- sifon (-ar)

SIR -- senior

SIREN -- sirene; (nymph) sirena

SIRLOIN -- hanche

SISKIN -- tarine

SISTER -- sestra. SISTER-IN-LAW: bel-sestra

SIT -- seder. TO ~ DOWN: sedentar se; (of hens) covar

SITE -- loc, situation, position

SITTING -- session; (hen) covada

SITUATE -- a. situat (-ion)

SIX -- ~ (-anti, -esim)

SIZE -- grandore, mesura, dimension; (adhesive) glutine

SKATE -- n. patine (-ar, -age, -ator, -atoria); (fish) ray

SKEIN -- glom

SKELETON -- squelette, ossage; frame

SKETCH -- n. esquisse (-ar), dessine; (rough draft) cladde

SKEWER -- carne-clove

SKI -- ~ (-ar)

SKID -- n. para-glissa, eaten de rote; v. glissar

SKIFF -- canú

SKILFUL -- habil, dexteri (-tá), versat, expert

SKILL -- habilitá, dexteritá

SKIM -- v. (milk) decremar, scumar; (~ through) traleer superficialmen, superglissar. SKIM-MILK: lacte decremat

SKIN -- pelle, pellicul; membrane, derma; shell, cortice; v. depellar, decorticar

SKINFLINT -- avaron; a. parcimoniosi

SKINNY -- magri, ossi

SKIP -- v. saltettar. SKIPPING-ROPE: corde por saltar

SKIPPER -- (naut,) capitano, mastro

SKIRMISH -- n. scarmuche (-ar)

SKIRT -- n. jup; (under ~) jupon; v. circumear, bordar, circumdar

SKIRTING BOARD -- * plinte

SKIT -- n. burla, joca

SKITTLE -- kegle

SKULL -- cranie (-al)

SKULK -- celar se

SKUNK -- scunc

SKY -- ciel, firmament

SKYLARK -- alaude

SKYLIGHT -- tegment-fenestre

SKYSCRAPER -- gratta-ciel

SLAB -- platte, tabulette

SLACK -- lax; poc rigorosi

SLACKEN -- alaxar, devenir lax; (~ speed) desaccelerar, alentar; diminuer

SLAG -- scorie

SLAKE -- calmar, desetar

SLAM -- v. cluder bruosimen, cluder per un jetta claccant, far claccar

SLANDER -- n. calumnie (-ar); v. defamar

SLANDEROUS -- calumniosi

SLANG -- n. argote (-ic), slang

SLANT -- v. esser obliqui, far obliqui; clinar; n. cline

SLAP -- n. batte (-er), colpe. ~ IN THE FACE: faciata

SLASH -- v. tranchar, cupar, fender

SLATE -- ardese. ~PENCIL: ardes-crayon

SLATTERN -- salopona

SLAUGHTER -- v. buchar (-ada, -ería)

SLAV -- ~, slavic; n. slavo (-a)

SLAVE -- n. sclavo, servo. SLAVISH: servil

SLAVER -- v. bavar

SLAVERY -- servitude, sclavitá, sclaveríe SLAY: mortar; buchar

SLEDGE -- n. slitte (-ar)

SLEDGE-HAMMER -- martelle

SLEEK -- glatt

SLEEP -- n. somnie (-ar, -aci, -on), dorme (-ida). TO GO TO ~: indormir; v. dormir

SLEEPER -- (rail.) traverse; lette-vagon

SLEEPINESS -- somnolentie, dormientie

SLEEPING-CAR -- lette-vagon

SLEEPING SICKNESS -- maladie somnial

SLEEPLESSNESS -- ínsomnie

SLEEP-WALKING -- somnambulisme

SLEEPY -- dormaci, letargic

SLEET -- nivpluvie

SLEEVE -- manche

SLEIGH -- slitte (-ar)

SLEIGHT OF HAND -- escamotage, prestidigitation

SLENDER -- gracil, svelt; (thin) tenui

SLICE -- n. tranche (-ar)

SLIDE -- v. glissar (-ada); n. (place, for sliding) glissuore; (phot.) cliché

SLIDING-SCALE -- tarif variabil, scale variabil

SLIGHT -- a. debil, levi; svelt, gracil; ínimportant, trivial, minimal; v. despecter, negliger

SLIM -- a. gracil, svelt

SLIME -- slamme

SLING -- n. ~ (-ar); (surg.) bande

SLINK -- (for-)repter, reptachar

SLIP -- glissar; mispassuar; errar; n. erra; (garment) subjup

SLIPPER -- pantufle

SLIPPERY -- glissid, lubric

SLIPSHOD -- negligent, salop

SLIPWAY -- glissuore (por lansar naves)

SLIT -- v. fender, cupar secun li longore; n. fensura

SLOBBER -- bavar (-age)

SLOE -- prunelle (-iero), prune savagi

SLOGAN -- ~

SLOOP -- chalupe

SLOPE -- n. declive (-ar), scarp (-ar)

SLOPPY -- salop, muddosi; ínelegant

SLOPS -- rinsura, rinsallia

SLOT -- micri apertura, fensura

SLOTH -- pigresse, pigritá; (animal) plantigrade

SLOTHFUL -- índolent, tardigrad, lentaci, pigri

SLOUGH -- vader índolentmen

SLOUGH -- morasse, muddiera

SLOVEN -- n. salopon, sordidon

SLOW -- a. lent (-ore), tard; (wearisome) enoyant; v. TO BE ~ (of clock) retardar. TO ~ DOWN: alentar. desaccelerar SLUG: limace (calcin)

SLUGGARD -- dormion, lentarde

SLUGGISH -- pesant, inert, inactiv, lentaci; (med,) limfatic

SLUICE -- scluse (-ero)

SLUM -- quarterache, slum

SLUMBER -- n. dorme; v. dormettar, somnolar

SLUMP -- n. morasse; (fall) cadida; economic depression, chomage

SLUR -- n. reproche; stigma; v. trenar, traer

SLUSH -- nive-mudde, niv-aqua

SLUT -- sordidona, salopona

SLY -- astut, secretiv, insidiosi, simulant

SMACK -- n. frappa, batte, colpe; v. batter; (with lips) labie-claccar

SMALL -- micri, litt. ~ LETTER (not capital) minuscul

SMALL-POX -- variol

SMART -- a. elegant; habil; vivosi; (witty) espritosi; n. dolore; v. suffrer; doler

SMASH -- v. fracassar, dispezzar; aplastar; (fin.) fallir; n. colision

SMATTERING -- conossentie superficial. A SMATTERER IN PHILOSOPHY: un filosofastro

SMEAR -- v. grassar, unguentar; (in writing) sordidar

SMELL -- n. odore, malodore, aroma, parfúm; (a sniff) flare; v. (with nose) flarar; (intr.) odorar, aromar

SMELLING-BOTTLE -- flar-botelle

SMELT -- fonder, fuser; (fish) eperlane

SMILE -- n. subride (-er), ridette

SMIRCH -- v. assordidar

SMIRK -- ridettache, un afectat subride

SMITE -- dar un grand colpe. HIS CONSCIENCE SMOTE HIM: il sentit remorse. SMITTEN WITH: incantat per, inamorat in

SMITH -- forjero. SMITHY: forjería

SMOCK -- camise (de seniora)

SMOKE -- n. fum. vapore; v. fumar; (of chimney) emisser fum; (bacon etc.) fumicar, infumar

SMOKER -- fumator; (rail) cupé o comparti ment fumatori

SMOKY -- fumosi, fumant, plen de fum

SMOOTH -- a. glatt (-ar), polit; glissid; calm

SMOTHER -- sufocar (~ rage etc.) supresser

SMOULDER -- subbrular, brulettar

SMUDGE -- sordidar

SMUG -- self-satisfat

SMUGGLING -- contrabande (-age, -ar, -ero)

SMUT -- n. floc de fulígine

SNACK -- colation, repastette, intermanja

SNAFFLE -- trense

SNAG -- node; impediment, desavantage

SNAIL -- helice. SNAIL'S PACE: passu de helice

SNAKE -- colubre, serpente

SNAP -- v. (break) rupter, fracter. TO ~ AT: happar: n. (clasp) agraffe, fibul; (noise) clacca

SNAPDRAGON -- antirrine, bocca de leon

SNARE -- n. trappe (-ar, -ero), captuore

SNARL -- v. grunir

SNATCH -- v. happar, adcapter, raffar; (~ away) eraffar; n. (of music) pezzette

SNEAK -- n. repton; v. (~ away) furtivmen vadar; (~ on) trahir

SNEER -- n. rican (-ar)

SNEEZE -- v. sternutar (-ation)

SNIFF -- v. snifflar (-ada); (smell) flarar

SWIPE -- becasse

SNIPER -- celat tirator, franc-tirator

SNIVEL -- plorachar

SNOB -- n. parvenú, snob; (shoemaker) sapatero

SNORE -- n. ronca (-ar, -ada, -ator)

SNORT -- v. sofflar

SNOUT -- musel

SNOW -- n. nive (-ear). SNOWED UP: innivat. SNOWFLAKE: flor de nive. SNOWBALL: bul de nive

SNOWDROP -- flor de nive; clochette nival

SNOW-PLOUGH -- nive-plug

SNOWY -- nivosi, nivatri

SNUB -- v. repulser, ignorar. a. SNUB-NOSED: stumpnasat

SNUFF -- sniffle-tabac

SNUG -- comod, comfortabil

SO -- talmen; (therefore) dunc, ergo. ~ FAR: til nu, til ti punctu. ~ MUCH: tant. ~ MUCH THE BETTER: tant plu bon. ~ THAT: por que. NOT ~ RICH AS: minu rich quam

SOAK; inmerser, macerar, saturar, amollar. TO ~ UP -- absorpter

SOAP -- n. sapon (-osi, -ic). ~ DISH: saponette; v. insaponar

SOAPSUDS -- sapon-lixive SOAR; altear, levar se, ascenDer

SOB -- n. singlute (-ar)

SOBER -- a. sobri (-etá); grav; moderat; calm; v. far sobri

SOCIABLE -- sociabil, afabil (-itá)

SOCIAL -- ~ (-isme, -ist, -istic), societan; n. soaré

SOCIETY -- societé; (the community) societá

SOCIOLOGIST -- sociologo (-ie, -ic)

SOCK -- demí-strumpe, strumpette; (inner sole) solea intern

SOCKET -- cavitá, cussinette; (of eye) ocul cave, órbite; (of tooth) alveol

SOD -- torf-pezze; gazon

SODA -- ~

SODDEN -- saturat

SODIUM -- natron

SOFA -- ~

SOFT -- moll, tendri, mild, leni, suavi; (of voice) piani

SOFTEN -- amollar; moderar, adulciar, lenir

SOIL -- n. suol, terre; v. assordidar, macular

SOIREE -- soaré

SOJOURN -- sejorne (-ar)

SOLACE -- consolar (-ation)

SOLAR -- solari

SOLDER -- v. suldar (-atura)

SOLDIER -- soldate. SOLDIERY: soldatesca

SOLE -- a. sol, unic; n. (of foot) solea; (fish) solea; v. resolear

SOLECISM -- solecisme

SOLEMN -- solemni (-tá), grav

SOLEMNISE -- celebrar

SOLICIT -- solicitar (-ation), aspirar a; invitar

SOLICITOR -- avocate, notario

SOLICITOUS -- atentiv, cuidosi, jalusi

SOLICITUDE -- ~

SOLID -- a. ~ (-ari, -aritá, -itá), pesant, densi; unanim; n. solide

SOLIDIFY -- solidificar (se)

SOLILOQUY -- monolog

SOLITARY -- sol, solitari; isolat

SOLITUDE -- solitá

SOLO -- ~. SOLOIST: solist

SOLSTICE -- solsticie (-al)

SOLUBLE -- soluibil (-itá)

SOLUTION -- ~

SOLVE -- (dis)soluer

SOLVENT -- solvabil; n. solutive

SOMBRE -- tenebrosi; melancolic, sombri

SOME -- alcun;.(a few) quelc. ~ SORT OF: alqual. ~ QUANTITY: alquant. ~ SAY HE IS RICH, OTHERS...: li unes di que il es rich, li altres...

SOME TIME -- alquande

SOMEBODY -- alcun, alqui; (acc.) alquem

SOMEHOW -- alquam

SOMEONE -- alcun, alquí

SOMERSAULT -- culbute (-ar)

SOMETHING -- alquó, alquicós

SOMETIMES -- quelcvez

SOMEWHAT -- un poc, alquant

SOMEWHERE -- alcú

SOMNAMBULIST -- ~

SOMNOLENT -- ~ (-ie), dormaci

SON -- filio. SON-IN-LAW: bel-filio

SONATA -- ~

SONG -- cante, canzon; arie

SONGSTER -- eant-avie

SONNET -- sonetto

SONOROUS -- sonori (-tá)

SOON -- bentost; (early) tost. AS ~ AS POSSIBLE: max bentost possibil

SOONER -- plu tost; (rather) preferibilmen. NO ~ HAD HE GONE WHEN...: il apen departet quande...; ~ OR LATER: tost o tard

SOOT -- fulígine (-osi)

SOOTHE -- calmar, lenir (-itiv), tranquilisar

SOOTHSAYER -- augur, divinator, chiromante

SOP -- calmante

SOPHISM -- sofisme

SOPHIST -- sofist (-ic, -ica, -istisar)

SOPHISTICATED -- sofisticat, ínnaiv

SOPORIFIC -- n. dormitive

SOPRANO -- ~

SORCERER -- sorciero (-a)

SORCERY -- sorcieríe

SORDID -- sórdid; mesquin

SORE -- a. dolorosi, iritant, iritat; n. úlcere

SORELY -- fortmen

SORREL -- oxale

SORROW -- n. grive, afliction; v. grivar

SORRY -- a. trist. I AM ~ THAT: it dole me que, yo regreta que

SORT -- n. sorte, specie; v. sortir

SOUFFLE -- suflé

SOUL -- anim, spiritu; (person) hom

SOUND -- a. san, solid, integri, valid; (of sleep) profund; n. son; (straits) strette; v. sonar, far sonar; (plumb) sondar; (seem) semblar

SOUP -- sup. ~TUREEN: supiere

SOUR -- a. acid; rancid; brusqui

SOURCE -- fonte, orígine

SOUTH -- n. sude (-ic, -ano)

SOUTHERN -- sudic, meridional

SOUTHERLY -- del sude, meridional

SOUVENIR -- memorette, suvenire

SOVEREIGN -- a. reyal, soverani (-tá); n. soverano, monarch

SOW -- n. svina; v. semar (-ada, -ation)

SPA -- cité balneari, station balneari

SPACE -- n. loc, spacie (-al, -osi). ~ LINE: interlinea; v. interspaciar

SPADE -- ~, fossette; (at cards) pic; v. spadar, fossar

SPAN -- n. spanne (-ar); arc, curve; (of oxen) atelage; v. mesurar, extenDer se

SPANGLE -- flittre

SPANISH-FLY -- cantaride

SPANNER -- clave adjustabil

SPAR -- (min.) spate; (naut.) trave, maste; v. boxar

SPARE; a. superflú, disponibil; (of build) magri. ~ ROOM -- gast-chambre. ~ WHEEL: reserve-rot; v. indulger; economisar; far evitar a. CAN YOU ~ THIS?: esque to es vos superflú?, esque vu dispone to? SPARING: frugal, sparniaci, parcimoniosi SPARK: scintille (-ar). SPARKING PLUG: scintill-candel

SPARKLE -- scintillear, brilliar; n. lustre

SPARROW -- sparro. ~HAWK: sparvero

SPARSE -- rar, disperset, poc

SPASM -- convulsion, spasma (-tic)

SPASMODIC -- ~

SPATTER -- spruzzar

SPAWN -- n. oves piscin; v. ovar

SPEAK -- parlar, discurrer

SPEAKER -- parlator, orator

SPEAR -- n. lanse; v. trapicar, traforar per lanse

SPECIAL -- ~ (-isar, -ist), apart, particulari

SPECIALITY -- specialitá

SPECIE -- monete metallic

SPECIES -- specie, sorte

SPECIFIC -- ~, precis

SPECIFY -- specificar (-ation)

SPECIMEN -- ~, mustre, exemplare

SPECIOUS -- plausibil

SPECK -- maculette, particul; (of dust) polvun

SPECTACLE -- spectacul (-ari)

SPECTACLES -- oculvitres, oculares

SPECTATOR -- ~

SPECTRE -- ~ (-al)

SPECTRUM -- spectre. ~ ANALYSIS: spectral analise

SPECULATE -- conjecter (-ion); (fin.) specular (-ator, -ation, -ativ)

SPEECH -- n. discurse, oration, parlada; (language) idioma, lingue; (faculty) parlation. FIGURE OF ~: metáfor

SPEECHLESS -- mut

SPEED -- rapiditá, rapidore, velocitá; v. ear rapidmen. TO ~ UP: accelerar

SPEEDOMETER -- tacometre

SPELL -- (enchantment) incantation, sorcie; (turn) vez; v. espelar, ortografiar

SPELLBOUND -- insorciat

SPEND -- expenser; consumar; (time) passar

SPENDTHRIFT -- pródigo

SPERM -- sperma (-tic)

SPERMATOZOON -- spermatozóe

SPEW -- vomir

SPHERE -- sfere (-ic, -oid, -ometre), globe

SPHINX -- sfinxe (-atri)

SPICE -- ~ (-ear); (allspice) piment

SPICY -- aromatic; plen de spice

SPIDER -- arané. SPIDER'S WEB: rete de arané, textura de arané

SPIGOT -- clove lignin

SPIKE -- clove; (bot.) spica

SPILL -- (dis)versar; n. (fall) cade; (paper ~) inflammette de papere

SPIN -- v. filar (-ator, -ero); (revolve) rotar. TO ~ OUT: alongar; demorar

SPINET -- spinette

SPINNING -- filage, filatura. ~WHEEL: fila-rot

SPINACH -- spinace. MOUNTAIN ~: atriplex

SPINDLE -- ~, axe. ~ TREE: evonim

SPINE -- ~ (-al, -osi)

SPINSTER -- celiba(taria)

SPIRAL -- a. ~; n. spirale

SPIRE -- pinacul, turr-punte

SPIRIT -- n. fantom, spirite (-ist, -isme); (genious, soul) spíritu (-al, -alitá); (alcohol) sprite. ~ LEVEL: nivelette. IN HIGH SPIRITS: in optim humore; v. TO ~ AWAY: escamotar

SPIT -- v. sputar (-age), expectorar; n. (rosting) grille, rost. TURNSPIT: torna-pica

SPITE -- n. rancore, malicie. IN ~ OF: malgré; v. afrontar

SPITEFUL -- malevolent, maliciosi, rancorosi

SPITTLE -- sputage, saliva

SPITTOON -- sputuore

SPLASH -- v. (noise) plaudar; (in mud etc.) barbotar; (spatter) surspruzzar

SPLASHBACK -- para-aqua

SPLEEN -- splen, bilie

SPLENDID -- ~, magnific, superb

SPLENDOUR -- splendore, magnificentie

SPLICE -- interplecter

SPLINT -- (surg.) splinte

SPLINTER -- splittre (-ar), lignun

SPLIT -- v. fenDer (se), fisser (-ion, -ura); n. fension, fensura

SPLUTTER -- sputear; (speech) balbutiar

SPOIL -- v. bosillar, damagear, ruinar; (despoil) spoliar; (go bad) putrir; (overindulge) dorlotar

SPOILS -- raptallia

SPOKE -- radion

SPOKESMAN -- porta-voce

SPOLIATION -- ~

SPONGE -- spongie (-iatri, -iosi); n. nettar per spongie. TO ~ ON: parasitar ye

SPONSOR -- garante; (godparent) compatre, commatre

SPONTANEOUS -- spontan (-itá)

SPOOK -- fantoma

SPOOL -- spul (-ar), bobine

SPOON -- coclare. TEA~: micri coclare. DESSERT ~: coclare a dessert. ~FUL: coclarade

SPOOR -- tracie, vestigie

SPORADIC -- ~

SPORE -- spor

SPORT -- ~; divertissement, lude. SPORTSMAN: sportmann, sportist

SPORTIVE -- festal; ludaci

SPOT -- n. macul; (drop) gutte; (point) punctu; v. macular; remarcar, detecter

SPOTLESS -- ínmaculat, sin macul

SPOUSE -- marita, marito

SPOUT -- n. guttiere; (of vessel) bec; v. spruzzar; (declaim) declamar

SPRAIN -- v. luxar, torder; n. tonsura

SPRAT -- ~

SPRAWL -- extenDer se, jacer extendet

SPRAY -- n. spruzzallia, jetta de aqua; v. spruzzar, aspersar

SPREAD -- extenDer (se), expanDer; covrir; difuser (se), dissemar. ~ OUT FOR SALE: estalar

SPRIG -- ramette, sarment

SPRIGHTLY -- vivaci, alegri

SPRING -- n. (water) fonte; (warm ~) terme; (a leap) salta; (season) verne; (mech.) ressor. ~BOARD: trampline, saltuore; v. fontear; saltar; (originate) provenir

SPRINGY -- elastic, spongeatri

SPRINKLE -- asperser. SPRINKLER: spruzzette

SPRITE -- cobolde

SPROCKET -- dent-rote

SPROUT -- n. burgeon, gérmine. BRUSSELS ~: caul de Bruxelles; v. germinar, burgeonar

SPRUCE -- a. nett, elegant; n. (fir) picea, abiete

SPUR -- n. sporn (-ar); stimul (-ar)

SPURGE -- euforbie. ~ LAUREL: dafné

SPURIOUS -- fals, apocrifal, fictiv, ínlegitim

SPURN -- dedignar, tractar con depreciation, repulser

SPURT -- v. spruzzar. TO PUT A ~: accelerar, hastar

SPUTTER -- v. (speech) balbutiar

SPY -- v. spiar, spionar; observar; n. spion

SQUABBLE -- v. disputar, querellar; n. dispute, querelle

SQUAD -- file

SQUADRON -- (mil.) escadron; (mar.) escadre

SQUALID -- sórdid

SQUALL -- ~ (-i, -osi), burasca; v. strider

SQUALOR -- sordidesse

SQUAMOSE -- squamosi

SQUANDER -- dissipar, prodigar

SQUARE -- a. quadrat, quadriform; pari; quitt; honest; n. quadrate; (geom.) squadre; (public) plazza. ~ ROOT: radica quadratic. T-SQUARE: quadrette. SQUARING: quadratura; v. quadrar; (set right) adjustar; (bribe) subcomprar; (intr.) acordar se con

SQUASH -- ecrasar, aplastar

SQUAT -- a. stumpi; v. hoccar

SQUEAK -- crepitar, cracar

SQUEAL -- strider; (turn informer) denunciar

SQUEAMISH -- fastidiosi, scrupulosi, tro delicat

SQUEEZE -- compresser, serrar

SQUINT -- v. strabar (-ator, -isme, -on). ~EYED: strabi

SQUIRE -- scudero

SQUIRM -- torder se

SQUIRREL -- scurel

SQUIRT -- spruzzar, asperser

STAB -- v. trapicar, punialar; n. colpe per puniale

STABLE -- a. stabil (-itá, -isar) solid, fix, durabil; n. stalle; v. logiar, installar

STACK -- v. amassar, cumular; n. cumul; (hay) fen-piramide

STADIUM -- stadion

STAFF -- (pole) baston, pal: (personnel) personale, equip; (mil.) stabe; (mus.) lineatura

STAG -- cervo

STAGE -- (theatre) scene, podium; (platform) estrade; (of progress) stadie, etappe. ~MANAGER: regissor; v. inscenar

STAGECOACH -- diligence

STAGEFRIGHT -- timore de estrade

STAGER -- n. actor. TO BE AN OLD ~: saver li trantran

STAGGER -- chancelar; (take aback) consternar

STAGNANT -- ~ (-ie)

STAGNATE -- stagnar (-ation)

STAID -- seriosi, sobri, desfrivol

STAIN -- n. macul (-ar); v. (dye) tinter (-or, -ura)

STAIR -- n. scalun. STAIRCASE: scaliere

STAKE -- n. pal, palisse (-ade); (pledge) gage; (gambling) riscage; v. palissar; (money) riscar, hasardar; pariar. TO ~ OUT: jalonar

STALACTITE -- ~

STALAGMITE -- ~

STALE -- fad, desfrisc, old, rancid, ínsipid

STALK -- n. stip, cálame; v. persequer

STALL -- n. (stable) stalle, manjuore; (market ~) etale, baracca; (choir ~) cor-pupitre; (theatre ~) fotel

STALLION -- cavallo, stallon

STALWART -- brav, íntrepid

STAMEN -- stámine (-al, -at, -ifer)

STAMINA -- vigore, fortie vital, vitalitá

STAMMER -- balbutiar (-ation)

STAMP -- n. (postage ~) postmarca; (instrument) stamp; (brand) stampa, impression; (character) calibre, carac tere; v. a letter) afrancar; (impress) stampar; (coins) monetar; (with feet) frappar; (of horses) piaffar

STAMPEDE -- fugida panical

STANCHION -- pale ferrin

STAND -- v. star. TO ~ UP: stantar se. TO ~ AGAINST: oposir, resister. TO ~ BACK: retirar se, recular; (as candidate) presentar se; (endure) tolerar; (~ still) haltar, ne mover se. ~ OUT: prominer; n. stative, pedestale, suport, porta-; (for spectators) podium

STANDARD -- a. uniform; n. (ensign) standarte (-ario); (measure) norme, standarde (-isar), criterie, mesura; (of knowledge) gradu; (weights and measures) etalon

STAND-BY -- reserve, suporte

STANDING -- a. permanent, constant; n. rang, reputation; duration

STANDPOINT -- vis-punctu, sta-punctu

STANDSTILL -- cessation, inmobilitá, halta

STANZA -- stance

STAPLE -- a. chef, principal

STAR -- stelle (-ari), astre, sídere; (print.) stellette. asterisco. ~ GAZER: astrologo; (stage etc.) star

STARBOARD -- stirborde

STARCH -- n. amidon; v. (in)amidonar

STARCHY -- amidonal; formal

STARE -- regarde fix o ínpudent; v. regardar fixmen

STARK -- rigid; pur, absolut, tot

STARLING -- sturne

STARRY -- stellosi, stellut

START -- n. (sport) starte (-ar); prim passu, move ínvoluntari; v. comensar, initiar, activar; departer

STARTLE -- aterrer, chocar, alarmar

STARTLING -- consternant

STARVATION -- fame, famine

STARVE -- (intr.) famear; (tr.) afamar

STATE -- n. (polit.) state; (condition) statu, condition; pompe, gala; a. statal; ceremonial; v. dir, narrar, declarar, asserter

STATELY -- majestic, digni

STATEMENT -- declaration, raporte; explication, assertion; (table, list) etate

STATESMAN -- statmann, ministro

STATIC -- ~. STATICS: statica

STATION -- posto; (Rail.) station; (rank) rang; v. postar

STATIONARY -- stationari, fix

STATIONER -- paperero (-eríe)

STATIONMASTER -- chef de station

STATISTICAL -- statistic. STATISTICS: statistica

STATISTICIAN -- statistico

STATUARY -- statues, sculptura; (person) statuario

STATUE -- statue (-esc, -ette), figura

STATURE -- statura

STATUS -- rang. ~ QUO: statu-quo

STATUTE -- ~ (-ari), lege

STAUNCH -- fidibil, loyal, firm; v. desanguar, far haltar

STAVE -- n. baston; (of barrel) doga; v. TO ~ IN: brechar

STAY -- n. apoy; (naut.) stag; sejorne, restada: v. restar, remaner; retardar; (uphold) apoyar, subtener; (arrest) haltar

STAYS -- corsete

STEAD -- loc(o)

STEADFAST -- constant, firm, loyal, resolut

STEADY -- a. secur, stabil, firm; assidui; sobri, constant; v. securar

STEAK -- bifstec

STEAL -- furter; ear furtivmen

STEALTH -- BY ~: furtivmen, insidiosimen

STEAM -- n. vapor; v. vaporear

STEAM-ENGINE -- vapor-machine

STEAMER -- vapor-nave

STEARINE -- ~

STEEL -- n. stal (-atri, -in); v. adurar, stalisar

STEEP -- a. declivi (-tá), scarp; v. macerar

STEEPLE -- turr-punte, pinacul

STEER -- n. bovello; v. directer, pilotar, guidar, navigar, stirar. STEERING WHEEL: stir-rote

STEERAGE -- timonage, pilotage. ~ PASSENGER: passagero del triesim classe

STELLAR -- stellari, astral

STEM -- n. stípite; (naut.) stem; v. obstructer, haltar

STENCH -- mal-odor, fetore

STENCIL -- n. ~ (-ar)

STENOGRAPHER -- stenograf (-ar, -ic, -ie)

STENTORIAN -- de Stentor, stentoric; stentoresc

STEP -- n. passu; (of stairs) scalun. ~ BY ~: passu pos passu; v. far un passu, passuar. TO ~ IN: intrar

STEP-BROTHER -- step-fratre

STEPPE -- ~

STEPS, TO TAKE -- * penar se, prender mesuras

STEREOSCOPE -- stereoscop (-ic)

STEREOTYPE -- stereotip (-ar, -ic, -at)

STERIL -- ~ (-isar, -itá), ínfecund

STERLET -- sterlete

STERLING -- genuin, provat; (fin.) sterling

STERN -- a. severi (-tá)s rigorosi; n. sterne

STERNUM -- ~

STETHOSCOPE -- stetoscop, auscultator, auscultuore

STEVEDORE -- stivator, cargator

STEW -- n. stovage; (fruit) compot; v. stovar, compotar

STEWARD -- intendante, agente, econom, menagero; (ship's ~) servitor

STICK -- n. baston, verge; canne; v. glutinar; (bills) afichar; (adhere) adherer; (remain) restar. TO ~ AT: haltar avan. TO ~ OUT: prominer

STICKY -- glutinosi, adhesiv

STIFF -- rigid, ínflexibil, obstinat; formal; fort

STIFFEN -- arigidar, far rigid; (intr.) devenir rigid

STIFLE -- sufocar, represser

STIGMA -- ~ (-tic, -tisar)

STILE -- passuore, pontette

STILETTO -- stilette

STILL -- calm, quiet, seren, silent; ínmobil, tranquil; adv. (however) támen. ~ MORE: ancor plu; n. distill-aparate, alambic; v. calmar, quietar, contentar

STILL-BORN -- mort-nascet

STILT -- stelte, marchette

STILTED -- pomposi, formal

STIMULANT -- stimulative

STIMULATE -- stimular (-ation); excitar, spornar

STIMULUS -- stimul

STING -- n. pica; (organ of insect) agullion

STINGING -- picant, pungent

STINGY -- avari (-tá), mesquin

STINK -- v. mal-odorar, feter (-id); n. malodore

STINT -- v. limitar, restricter

STIPEND -- stipendie (-iari, -iario)

STIPPLE -- v, puntillar (-age)

STIPULATE -- stipular (-ation)

STIPULATION -- clausul

STIR -- v. incitar, agitar; mover se; n. tumultu

STIRRUP -- strippe, pediero

STITCH -- v. suer; n. lace, mallie; (pain) dolore de coste

STOAT -- hermeline

STOCK -- n. trunc; (race) rasse; (comm.) capitale; (of wares) stock; assortiment; (flower) levcoye, gilliflor. STOCK-PIECE: pezze de repertorie; (gun) clopp; v. furnir, provisionar. TO TAKE ~: inventariar. TAKE ~ OF: rendir se conte pri

STOCKADE -- n. palissade

STOCKBROKER -- curtagero

STOCK EXCHANGE -- bursa

STOCKHOLDER -- rentero, actionario

STOCKING -- strumpe

STOCK-JOBBER -- agiotator, bursero

STOCKS -- (fin.) actiones; (for ships) staple; (for punishment) pilorie

STOICAL -- stoic. STOIC: stoico

STOKE -- v. munir. STOKER: calentator, foyero

STOLID -- ~, flegmatic

STOMACH -- n. stomac, epigastre, panse; apetite; v. digester

STONE -- n. petre, lápide; (of fruit) nucleo, grane; (gem) juvel. ~ AGE: epoca de petre. ~ QUARRY: petriera; a. de petre, petric. petrin, lito-; v. (pelt) lapidar; (fruit) degranar, denuclear

STONY -- lapidosi; petratri; cruel

STOOK -- n. garbage, fasce de garbes

STOOL -- scabelle, taburette

STOOP -- v. clinar se, bassar se; humiliar se

STOP -- v. (cease) cessar; haltar, stoppar; (teeth) plombar; n. halta; (full ~) punctu; (halting place) etape

STOPPAGE -- n. obstruction, impediment; deduction

STOPPER -- n. tampon

STORAGE -- magasinage

STORE -- n. provision; quantitá; abundantie; (place) magasine, depó, arsenale; (shop) butíca; v. acumular, provisionar; inmagasinar; (the mind) inrichar STOREY: etage

STORK -- storc

STORM -- ~ (-i, -osi), tempeste , burasca; v. stormear; (rage) furer; (mil.) assaltar, storm-ataccar STORY: historie, raconta; fabul; (a lie) mentie. SHORT ~: novelle

STOUT -- corpulent; brav; (strong) fort

STOVE -- forne; (primus ~) forne portabil

STOW -- v. stivar (-ation, -ator), cargar

STOWAWAY -- n. ciec passagero

STRADDLE -- escartar li gambes, star, li gambes furcat

STRAGGLE -- trenar se. STRAGGLER: trenard

STRAIGHT -- a. rect, direct; honest; adv. strax, ínmediatmen

STRAIGHTEN -- rectificar

STRAIN -- n. tension; (pressure) pression; (race) rasse; v. tenDer, efortiar se; (sieve) cribellar

STRAINER -- cribelle, filtre

STRAIT -- a. strett; n. strette; desfacilitá

STRAITJACKET -- corsete restrictiv

STRAND -- n. (shore) rive; (of rope) cordun; v. strandar. TO BE STRANDED: misviar, misviagear

STRANGE -- strangi, extran, foren. STRANGER: ínconossete

STRANGLE -- strangular (-ation)

STRAP -- n. ~

STRATAGEM -- stratagema, artificie

STRATEGIST -- stratego (-ic, -ie)

STRATIFY -- stratificar (-ation)

STRATUM -- strate

STRAW -- pallie

STRAWBERRY -- frespere (-iero)

STRAY -- v. vagar, deviar, errar, divagar

STREAK -- n. strie (-ar)

STREAM -- fluvie, riverette. DOWN ~: a valley. UP ~: a monte

STREAMER -- banderol

STREET -- strada, via

STRENGTH -- fortie, vigore. ON THE ~ OF: fidente a

STPENGTHEN -- infortiar, fortificar

STRENUOUS -- strapaciosi, vigorosi

STRESS -- n. emfase (-ar); accentu (-ar); tension, fatiga

STRETCH -- v. tenDer; alongar (se); extenDer se; exagerar. AT A ~: sin intermittentie

STRETCHER -- portuore

STREW -- (dis)jettar, (dis)semar, disperser

STRICKEN -- aflictet

STRICT -- severi (-tá), strict (-ease), exact

STRICTURE -- critica, desaprobation; (med.) constriction

STRIDE -- un long passu; v. ear per long passus

STRIDENT -- ~

STRIPE -- lucte, dispute, querelle, conflicte

STRIKE -- v. batter, dar un colpe; (mint) monetar; (a flag) abassar. IT STRUCK HIM THAT...: venit le in mente que...; n. (of workers) bastament (-ar, -ero)

STRIKING -- remarcabil, frappant, impressiv

STRING -- n. corde; serie; v. incordar, infilar

STRINGED INSTRUMENT -- cord-instrument

STRINGENT -- severi, strict

STRIP -- v. denudar; (undress) devestir; spoliar, privar; n. strie

STRIPE -- n. strie (-ar)5 (mil.) galon

STRIPLING -- yuno

STRIVE -- penar, luctar

STROKE -- n. batte, colpe; atacca, paralise; (hyphen) tiré; (with pen) streca; v. caressar

STROLL -- vagar (-ada)

STRONG -- fort, robust, vigorosi; rancid

STRONGHOLD -- citadelle, forteresse

STROP -- strap (de cute)

STRUCTURE -- structura (-al), edificie

STRUGGLE -- v. luctar, combatter; stramplar; n. lucte

STRUMPET -- prostituta, hetera

STRUT -- v. paradar, afectar, strucear, ear fiernen; n. pal de apoy

STRYCHNINE -- stricnine

STUBBLE -- stopple

STUBBORN -- obstinat, ínflexibil, renitent

STUCCO -- stucca (-ar)

STUD -- buton. STUD-FARM: cavall-elevatoria

STUDENT -- studiante; scolero

STUDIED -- premeditat, intentet

STUDIO -- ateliere

STUDY -- v. studiar; n. studie (-osi); (room) scritoria, studia(toria)

STUFF -- n. stoffe, materie; v. stuffar (-age); (cul.) farcear

STUFFY -- opressiv, sufocant

STULTIFY -- stultificar, futilisar

STUMBLE -- v. mispassuar, cadettar

STUMP -- ~

STUN -- aturdir; far ínconscient; stupefar

STUNNING -- mirobolant; aturdient

STUNTED -- nani, stumpat, demí-crescet

STUPEFY -- stupefar (-ation, -ant), narcotisar

STUPENDOUS -- vastissim, gigantic, colossal

STUPID -- ~ (-itá), folli; (stupefied) ínsensibil

STUPOR -- stupore, letargie

STURDY -- robust, fort

STURGEON -- stur

STUTTER -- v. balbutiar

STY -- svinstalle, sviniera

STYE -- hordeol

STYLE -- stil (-ist, -istica); (of clothes) fasson; (fashion) moda; v. titular

SUAVE -- suavi (-tá)

SUBALTERN -- a. subordinat; n. subaltern-oficero

SUBDUE -- v. subjugar; victer, amansar, conquestar

SUBJECT -- n. subjecte, tema; (person) subjecte, guvernate; a. guvernat, subject; v. subjecter (-ion); submisser, submetter

SUBJUGATE -- subjugar (-ation)

SUBJUNCTIVE -- ~

SUBLIME -- sublim (-at, -itá)

SUBMARINE -- a. submarin; n. ~, nave submersibil

SUBMERGE -- submerser (-ion)

SUBMIT -- v. submetter, submisser (-iv, -ion), suggester; presentar

SUBORDINATE -- v. subordinar (-at, -ation)

SUBPOENA -- n. mandate judical

SUBSCRIBE -- (to periodical) abonnar (-ator, -ament); (to a society) cotisar? (to contribute) contribuer; (sign) subscrir (-tion)

SUBSEQUENT -- ~

SUBSERVIENT -- ~, auxiliatori

SUBSIDE -- diminuer; (sink down) afundar se; (of wind) calmar se

SUBSIDIARY -- a. auxiliari; n. sucursale, filiale

SUBSIDY -- subsidie (-iar), subvention (-ar)

SUBSIST -- subsister (-entie), exister

SUBSOIL -- subsuol

SUBSTANCE -- substantie (-al, -ar)

SUBSTANTIVE -- ~ (-ic, -isar)

SUBSTITUTE -- v. substituer (-tion), remplazzar, vicear; n. surogate; (person) vicario

SUBTANGENT -- subtangente

SUBTERFUGE -- ~, evasion

SUBTERRANEAN -- subterran

SUBTLE -- subtil (-itá, -isar), delicat

SUBTRACT -- subtraer (-ation)

SUBURB -- suburbe (-an)

SUBVENTION -- ~ (-ar)

SUBVERT -- subverTer (-siv, -sion)

SUBWAY -- via subterran, sub-passage

SUCCEED -- v. successar, prosperar; (follow) succeDer, sequer. TO ~ TO: heredar

SUCCESS -- successe. SUCCESSFUL: felici, successosi

SUCCESSION -- ~, heredie; (series) serie

SUCCESSOR -- ~

SUCCINCT -- concis, resumat

SUCCOUR -- sucurse (-er, -or)

SUCCULENT -- succosi

SUCCUMB -- sucumber

SUCH -- tal. ~ A PERSON: un tal person

SUCK -- sucar; aspirar. ~ UP: absorpter

SUCKER -- (hort.) sarment; (mech.) piston; (ent.) sucuore

SUCKLE -- alactar

SUCKLING -- sucon, bebé, alacton

SUCTION -- (mech.) aspiration

SUDDEN -- subit (-men)

SUDORIFIC -- ~

SUDS -- sapon-lixive SUE: (legal) processuar. TO ~ FOR: petir, petitionar, eitar avan li tribunale, proceder contra

SUET -- grasse del ren

SUFFER -- suffrer; tolerar. ~ WANT: indiger

SUFFERER -- suffrente, victime, patiente

SUFFERING -- a. suffrent (-ie)

SUFFICE -- suficer (-ant, -entie)

SUFFIX -- sufixe (-al)

SUFFOCATE -- sufocar (-ation)

SUFFRAGE -- sufragie (-iette)

SUFFRAGAN -- ~

SUFFUSE -- expander se súper; colorar

SUGAR -- n. sucre (-ar, -in, -osi). ~BASIN: sucriere. ~ PLANTATION: sucriera

SUGGEST -- suggester (-iv, -ion)

SUICIDE -- (person) ~ (-al); (act) suicidie, self-mortation. TO COMMIT ~: suicidiar

SUIT -- n. (legal) processu; suplication; (clothes) vestiment; (cards) sequentie; v. convener; pleser a

SUITABLE -- convenent (-ie), apt

SUITCASE -- valise

SUITE -- suita; serie

SUITOR -- aspirante, suplicante

SULK -- budar; esser de mal humore

SULLEN -- morosi

SULLY -- delustrar, sordidar

SULPHATE -- sulfate

SULPHIDE -- (of zinc) blende

SULPHITE -- sulfite

SULPHUR -- súlfur (-ic, -isar, -iera)

SULTAN -- sultane (-atu, -essa)

SULTANA -- micri rosine

SULTRY -- sufocant, opressiv

SUM -- n. summa, totale; (arith.) calcul, exemple; v. TO ~ UP: resumar; (add) addir

SUMMARISE -- resumar

SUMMARY -- compendie, summarium

SUMMER -- estive (-al)

SUMMIT -- sómmite, cime, cúlmine

SUMMON -- advocar, convocar; citar avan li tribunale

SUMMONS -- citation, apelle

SUMPTUOUS -- sumptuosi, luxuosi

SUN -- n. sole (-ari). ~BEAM: radie del sole. ~SHINE: luce del sole. ~STROKE: colpe del sole. ~RISE: ascension del sole. ~SET: descension del sole; v. insolar se

SUNDAY -- soledí

SUNDER -- separar, divider

SUNDIAL -- sol-horloge

SUNDRY -- diversi, varie. SUNDRIES: diversages

SUNFLOWER -- tornasole

SUNNY -- lucent, brilliant

SUNSHADE -- parasole

SUP -- supear, inboccar

SUPERANNUATE -- pensionar

SUPERB -- ~ (-ie), magnific

SUPERCILIOUS -- desdigni, fierach, orgolliosi

SUPEREROGATION -- A WORK OF ~: superflú bonitá

SUPERFICIAL -- ~ (-itá)

SUPERFICIES -- superficie

SUPERFINE -- superfin, finissim

SUPERFLUOUS -- superflú (-itá)

SUPERIMPOSE -- superposir

SUPERINTEND -- superintender (-nte), supervider, controlar

SUPERIOR -- a. superiori (—tá); n. superiors, chef

SUPERLATIVE -- a. superlativ, bonissim; n. (gramm.) superlative

SUPERNATURAL -- ~. THE ~: lu supernatural

SUPERNUMERARY -- a. supernumerari; n. supernumerario

SUPERSCRIBE -- superscrir (-ition)

SUPERSEDE -- deposir, deplazzar; substituer, remplazzar

SUPERSTITION -- miscrede, supersticie (-osi)

SUPERVENE -- supervenir, evenir ínexpectatmen

SUPERVISE -- superviDer, inspecter, controlar

SUPINE -- a. inert, indolent; n. (gramm.) supine

SUPPER -- supé (-ar), repaste vesperal

SUPPLANT -- suplantar, deplazzar

SUPPLE -- flexibil

SUPPLEMENT -- v. supleer (-ment, -mental, -mentari)

SUPPLICATE -- suplicar (-ation, -ator, -ante)

SUPPLY -- v. furnir, munir (per), liverar, provisionar; n. provision, assortiment. ~ AND DEMAND: oferta e demande

SUPPORT -- v. apoyar, subtener, suportar; alimentar; n. suporte, apoy, subtention. MEANS OF ~: victuales; revenú

SUPPOSE -- suposir (-ition)

SUPPRESS -- supresser (-ion, -iv)

SUPPURATE -- supurar (-ativ, -ation)

SUPREME -- suprem (-itá)

SURCHARGE -- supertaxe

SURE -- cert, secur; fidibil. ~ ENOUGH: e vermen. TO BE ~: comprende se

SURETY -- certitá; (guarantor) garante; (bail) caution

SURF -- mar-creste, mar-undes

SURFACE -- superficie (-al)

SURFEIT -- excesse; v. saturar

SURGE -- marear, undear (-ation), undular

SURGEON -- chirurgo (-ic)

SURGERY -- chirurgie; (place) cabinete, chirurgia

SURLY -- morosi, rud

SURMISE -- v. conjecter (-ion, -ura)

SURMOUNT -- superar, victer

SURNAME -- nómine familial, surnómine

SURPASS -- superar; exceDer

SURPLICE -- stola

SURPLUS -- a. superflú; n. excesse, rest, excedentie, surplus

SURPRISE -- n. surprise (-ar)

SURRENDER -- v. ceder, capitular; renunciar

SURREPTITIOUS -- furtiv, secret

SURROGATE -- surogate, substitute

SURROUND -- cernar, circumdar. SURROUNDINGS: circumité

SURTAX -- superimposte

SURVEY -- explorar; (scan) regardar, supervider; inspecter (-ion); (land) mesurar (-ator, -age); far un expertise; n. super-regarda; expertise

SURVEYOR -- agremesurator

SURVIVE -- perviver, superviver (-ante)

SURVIVAL -- superviventie

SUSCEPTIBLE -- susceptibil (-itá), impressibil, sensibil

SUSPECT -- a. ~ (-er, -ion, -iv); n. suspecte; v. (~ that) conjecter que

SUSPEND -- suspenDer (-siv, -sion)

SUSPENDERS -- porta-strumpes

SUSPENSE -- ~, íncertitá

SUSPICION -- suspection

SUSPICIOUS -- suspectiv; (open to suspicion) suspectibil

SUSTAIN -- subtener, suportar; suffrer; continuar

SUSTENANCE -- nutriment

SUTLER -- cantinero

SUTURE -- sutura (-al)

SWAB -- n. vatte a essuyar; v. vattar, nettar, scurar

SWADDLE -- circumvoluer

SWAGGER -- v. strucear, fanfaronar. SWAGGERING: bravach; n. bravade

SWAIN -- rustico; (lover) amante

SWALLOW -- n. hirunde; v. (in)glotir

SWAMP -- morasse, palude

SWAN -- cigne (-atri)

SWARD -- herbe, gazon

SWARM -- n. formication, turbul. ~ OF FLIES: moscallia; v. formicar, turbular

SWARTHY -- brun, nigratri

SWAY -- dominion, influentie (-ar); v. oscillar, chancelar

SWEAR -- blasfemar, maledir; (on oath) jurar. TO ~ IN: far jurar

SWEAT -- sudar, transpirar (-ation); n. sudore

SWEDE -- (turnip) svedesi nap

SWEEP -- balayar; (as wind) chassar. CHIMNEY SWEEPER; chimené-balayero

SWEEPINGS -- balayallia

SWEEPSTAKES -- cavall-currida u li premie consists in li recivage

SWEET -- dulci, sucrosi; n. bonbon; (dish) sucrage

SWEETEN -- adulciar; sucrar

SWEETHEART -- amata, inamorato

SWELL -- inflar, crescer; tumer; dilatar; expanDer se; n. undeada

SWELLING -- tumore, inflatura, túbere

SWELTERING -- sufocant, opressiv

SWERVE -- deviar, detornar se

SWIFT -- a. rapid, veloci; subit; n. (bird) cipsel

SWILL -- v. trincachar; n. lavatura

SWIM -- v. svimmar, flottar. MY HEAD SWIMS: yo have vertígine. SWIMMING BATH: piscine, svimm-bassine

SWINDLE -- (de)fraudar, decepter

SWINE -- svine(s) (-atri, -ero)

SWING -- pendular, oscillar; (tr.) brandisser; far flirtar. ~ ROUND: tornar se; (the arms) brassear; n. (swings) balansuore

SWIRL -- virle (-ar)

SWITCH -- v. comutar (-ator, -ation). ~ OFF: decomutar; n. (rail.) rel-changeator; (elec.) changeator, regulator

SWIVEL -- n. pivot

SWOON -- v. evanescer (-ement)

SWOOP -- v. precipitar se sur, plongear sur, sursaltar

SWORD -- espade, gladie (-iar)

SYCAMORE -- platan-acere; (Egyptian) sicomore

SYCOPHANT -- adulator servil, sicofante (-ie), parasite

SYLLABE -- síllabe (-arium)

SYLLABUS -- programma

SYLLOGISM -- sillogisme

SYLPH -- silfa

SYLVAN -- silval, silvin

SYMBIOSIS -- simbiose

SYMBOL -- simbol (-ic, -isar, -isme)

SYMMETRY -- simetrie (-ic)

SYMPATHY -- simpatíe; condolentie

SYMPATHETIC -- simpatic

SYMPHONY -- simfonie (-ic)

SYMPOSIUM -- simposium

SYMPTOM -- simptoma (-tic)

SYNAGOGUE -- sinagoga

SYNCHRONIZE -- sincronisar (-ation)

SYNCOPE -- sincope

SYNDICATE -- sindicatu

SYNECURE -- sinecura

SYNOD -- sinode

SYNONYMOUS -- sinonim

SYNOPSIS -- sinopSe (-tic. -tica)

SYNTAX -- sintaxe (-actic)

SYNTHESIS -- sinteSe (-tic)

SYPHILIS -- sifilise

SYPHON -- sifon (-ar)

SYREN -- (myth.) sirena

SYRINGA -- lila

SYRINGE -- v. spruzzar (-uore), injecter

SYRUP -- sirop (-osi), melasse

SYSTEM -- sistema (-tic, -tisar)