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WAD -- v. stuffar, vattar, tamponar; n. tampon

WADDING -- vatte

WADDLE -- anatear

WADE -- marchar, vader

WAFER -- oblate

WAFFLE -- vaffle

WAFT -- v. sofflar

WAG -- (tail) caudear; flirtar, far flirtar; (head) sucusser; n. jocon

WAGE -- (war) guerrear; n. salarie

WAGER -- n. parí (-ar); hasardar

WAGES -- salarie

WAGGISH -- jocaci

WAGGLE -- sucusser, flirtar, far flirtar

WAGGON -- carre; (rly.) vagon

WAGTAIL -- motacilla

WAIF -- infante abandonat, abandonate

WAIL -- v. lamentar, plorachar; (infants) vagir

WAINSCOTTING -- mur-covritura

WAIST -- mi-córpor, tallia

WAISTCOAT -- gilete

WAIT -- atender; remaner. ~ UPON: servir. TO LIE IN ~: inboscar, guatar

WAITER -- servitor, garson de café

WAITING-ROOM -- sala de atende

WAIVE -- (rights) renunciar a

WAKE -- v. avigilar (se); n. trac, sulca

WAKEN -- avigilar (se)

WALK -- vader, pedear, marchar; pronienar se. (in one's sleep) somnainbular; n. promenada, marcha; via

WALL -- mur; (internal) parete; v. (~ up) inmurar

WALLET -- porta-papere, paperiere

WALLFLOWER -- gilliflor

WALLOW -- rular se

WALL-PAPER -- tapete (-ar)

WALNUT -- nuce; (tree) juglande, nuciero

WALRUS -- cavalle marin

WALTZ -- n. valse (-ar, -ator)

WAN -- pallid

WAND -- (magic) vergette

WANDER -- migrar, vagabundar, vagar, nomadisar

WANDERER -- migrator, nomade, vagabunde WANE: decrescer, diminuer

WANT -- n. (lack) manca(ntie); (need) beson (-ar), desire (-ar), indigentie; v. (be short of) indiger, carir

WANTING -- deficient, mancant. TO BE ~: mancar

WANTON -- (sportive) petulant; (purposeless) ínmotivat; (voluptuous) voluptosi; n. voluptona

WAR -- guerre, hostilitá. WAR-CRY: cri de guerre; v. guerrear

WARBLE -- trillar

WARD -- v. gardar, protecter. ~ OFF: detornar, defender, parar; n. pupillo, tutelata;. (of lock) barrette

WARDER -- carcerero, gardator

WARDROBE -- garda-robe, veste-scaf, vestiere

WAREHOUSE -- depó, magasine; v. inmagasinar (-age)

WARES -- merces

WARFARE -- guerreada, hostilitás. WARLIKE: guerresc

WARM -- calid, tepid. I AM ~: yo cale

WARMTH -- calore, ardore

WARN -- advertir, admonir, avisar. WARNING: advertiment, avise

WARP -- v. torder (se); n. mistorsion; (in weaving) ordito

WARRANT -- v. autorisar; garantir; n. (surety) garante; (authority) mandate; (dividend ~) cupon; (royal ~) brevete

WARREN -- garenne

WARRIOR -- guerrero

WART -- veruca (-osi)

WARY -- caut, circumspect

WASH -- v. lavar (se); (glasses etc.) rinsar. WASH-STAND: table lavatori

WASHER -- (mech.) rondelle, scruve-disco

WASHING -- (activity) lavage; (clothes) linage

WASP -- vespe (-iere)

WASTE -- v. dissipar, prodigar. LAY ~: devastar. GO TO ~: insavagiar se; a. superflú, ínutil; (of land) íncultivat, desert; n. deserte; (product) jettallia; maculatura

WASTED -- (emaciated) marasmat, marcit

WASTEFUL -- prodigal, extravagant

WASTREL -- vale-necós, pródigo

WATCH -- n. tasca-horloge; (guard) garda. guardie; (naut.) watch (-ar); (vigil) vigil(antie); v. regardar, observar; vigilar. ~ OVER: cuidar pri; (take care) atenter

WATCH-DOG -- can de garda

WATCHFUL -- vigilant, atentiv

WATCHWORD -- passa-parol. devise

WATER -- aqua (-ar, -tic). HIGH ~: alt marea; v. (horses) far trincar; (land) irigar; (plants) arosear

WATERCOLOUR -- aquarelle

WATER-COURSE -- curse de aqua

WATERFALL -- cascade, cataracte

WATER-GLASS -- natrium-silicate

WATERLILY -- nenufare; (white) nimfea

WATER-LOGGED -- saturat. ~MARK: filigrane. ~PROOF: ínpermeabil, aqua-resistent, hermetic. ~SPOUT: trombe. ~WHEEL: rot hidraulic. WATERLY: liquid, aquosi, diluet

WATT -- ~ (-age)

WAVE -- unde (-atri, -osi, -ear); v. (flutter) flirtar, volettar; (hair) undular

WAVER -- chancelar, vacillar, hesitar

WAX -- n. cire (-ar). ~WORK: figura cirin; v. (increase) crescer; devenir

WAY -- maniere; metode; distantie; (custom) more; (means) medie; (road) via. BY THE ~: apropó, passante. BY ~ OF: quam. TO BE IN THE ~: obstructer, impedir. TO GIVE ~: ceder terren. THIS ~: a ci. ~ OUT: expediente, solution; exeada

WAYFARER -- viator, viageator

WAYLAY -- inboscar, guatar

WAYSIDE -- rural

WAYWARD -- capriciosi, pervers

WE -- noi

WEAK -- debil (-itá, -on); diluet

WEAKEN -- debilisar, (intr.) deperir

WEAL -- bene

WEALTH -- richesse, abundantie, opulentie

WEALTHY -- rich, opulent

WEAN -- demammar, desalactar; desacustomar

WEAPON -- arme, missil

WEAR -- portar; (~ away) consumar se; (last) durar; (~ out) perusar; n. ~ AND TEAR: usada

WEARISOME -- tedant, enoyant

WEARY -- a. lassi, fatigat; enoyat; v. tedar, enoyar, fatigar

WEASEL -- putorette

WEATHER -- tempe. BAD ~: grisú; v. perviver; superar

WEATHER-COCK -- girette

WEATHER-GLASS -- barometre

WEAVE -- texter (-or, -ura, -eríe, -ería)

WEB -- textura; (spider's) rete de arané. WEB-FOOTED: palmipedat

WED -- maritar. WEDDING: maritage, nuptie. WEDDED TO: devoet a

WEDGE -- cuneo. ~SHAPED: cuneiform, sfenoid; v. cunear

WEDLOCK -- matrimonie (-al)

WEDNESDAY -- mercurdí

WEED -- malherbe; v. sarclar (-age, -uore)

WEEDY -- plen de malherbes; magri, debil

WEEK -- semane (-al, -ale). ~DAY: die ordinari. WEEK-END: fine-de-semane

WEEP -- plorar, lacrimar

WEEVIL -- gran-scarabé

WEPT -- trama

WEIGH -- pesar, ponderar. ~ ANCHOR: levar ancre. ~ DOWN: depresser

WEIGHT -- pesa(ntie). METAL ~: póndere

WEIGHTY -- ponderosi; grav, important

WEIR -- diga, barrage

WEIRD -- sinistri, supernatural, spectral, fantomatri

WELCOME -- a. benevenit, acceptabil; v. salutar, aclamar, dar bon reception a

WELD -- veldar

WELFARE -- bene, benessere

WELKIN -- firmament

WELL -- n. puteo; a. san. TO BE ~: standar bon. ~ OFF: opulent, benehavent. TO GET ~: resanar se; adv. bon; interj. nu, alor; v. (~ up) efluer

WELL-BEING -- - prosperitá, felicitá

WELL-BRED -- bon educat, cultivat

WELL-MEANT -- bonintentionat

WELL-TO-DO -- prosperi

WELLWISHER -- bondesirante

WELT -- cadre de botte, orle

WELTER -- n. confusion, mixtura

WENCH -- puella; prostituta

WEND -- ear

WEST -- occidente, west. WESTERN: occidental, westal. WESTERNER: occidentale. WESTWARD: vers li occidente

WET -- humid; (weather) pluviosi; v. humidar, inhumidar

WET-NURSE -- nutressa

WHACK -- v. batter; n. brui-batte

WHALE -- balen (-ero, -bot, osse de -)

WHARF -- caye, warf (-age)

WHAT -- quo. WHAT A: qual. WHATEVER: quocunc; (sort of) qualcunc

WHATNOT -- etagiere

WHEAT -- frument, grane

WHEEDLE -- persuader per flattosi paroles o caresses

WHEEL -- rot: v. pussar, rular

WHEELBARROW -- carruch, carriol, puss-carrette

WHEELWRIGHT -- carrettero

WHEEZE -- v. spirar astmaticmen, sifflantmen

WHELK -- buccin

WHELP -- (fox-, leon-) -ello

WHEN -- quande. WHENEVER: quandecunc

WHENCE -- de u

WHERE -- u. ~ABOUTS: in quel loco; adresse

WHEREAS -- contra que, durante que

WHEREAT -- che quo, poy, quande

WHEREFORE -- pro quo

WHET -- slifar; (appetite) stimular

WHETHER -- ca

WHEY -- buttre-serum

WHICH -- quel. WHICHEVER: quelcunc

WHIFF -- n. soffle. TO TAKE A ~ AT ONE'S PIPE: far un tira ex un pipe

WHILE -- durante que. FOR A ~: durante quelc témpor; v. passar

WHILST -- durante que

WHIM -- capricie, marotte

WHIMPER -- plorettar

WHIMSICAL -- comic, fantastic

WHIN -- ulexe

WHINE -- criachar, gemer, plendiplorar

WHINNY -- hinnir

WHIP -- n. flagelle (-ar, -ation); v. (beat) batter, bastonar

WHIRL -- v. piruettar, girar; far girar; n. turbul; cáos

WHIRLPOOL -- virle, vortice de aqua

WHIRLWIND -- ciclon, vente spiral

WHIRR -- v. sifflar (-ada)

WHISK -- n. quirle (-ar) . TO ~ AWAY: escamotar

WHISKERS -- crines del guancie; barbe

WHISKEY -- whisky

WHISPER -- v. chuchotar (-ada); n. murmura, chuchota

WHIST -- wist (-lude)

WHISTLE -- sifflar; n. siffla; (instrument) sifflette

WHIT, NOT A -- * ne un iota

WHITE -- blanc; pallid; n. (egg) albúmine, blanc ovine; (person) blanco

WHITE ANT -- termite

WHITEN -- blancar, ablanoar; devenir blanc

WHITENESS -- blancore

WHITEWASH -- n. murcalce; v. calcear; deculpar

WHITHER -- ad u

WHITING -- crete pulverisat; (fish) merlango

WHITLOW -- ungul-abscesse, tumore ungulari

WHITSUNTIDE -- Pentecoste (-al)

WHITTLE -- (~ away) reducter poc a poc

WHIZZ -- sibilar, sifflar

WHO -- qui. WHOEVER: quicunc

WHOLE -- a. tot, integri, complet; intact. ON THE ~: in general, generalmen. WHOLLY: purmen, tot(al)men, exclusivmen; n. lu tot, li totale

WHOLESALE -- a. in gross. WHOLESALER: grossist

WHOLESOME -- salubri, sanativ

WHOM -- quem

WHOOP -- n. cri

WHOOPING-COUGH -- cocluche

WHORE -- prostituta, hetera. ~DOM: fornication

WHORL -- spirale, spiralun

WHORTLEBERRY -- vaccinie

WHOSE -- de qui

WHY -- pro quo

WICK -- meche

WICKED -- malin, malefic, ínpie, maliciosi, depravat

WICKER -- vímine. ~WORK: vimineríe, plectage

WICKET -- portette; (cricket) wicket

WIDE -- larg, vast, extensiv; (of mark) lontan. ~ OPEN: grand apert

WIDEN -- alargar; extender

WIDESPREAD -- expandet, difuset

WIDOW -- vidua. WIDOWED: vidui. WIDOWER: viduo

WIDTH -- largore, largitá

WIELD -- brandisser; manipular

WIPE -- marita

WIG -- peruque (-ero)

WIGHT -- horm, person

WIGWAM -- ~

WILD -- savagi, furiosi, tempestosi; íncultivat, desert. TO TALK WILDLY: divagar

WILDERNESS -- deserte, savagia

WILE -- artificie, astutie, ruse

WILFUL -- premeditate intentional, obstinat

WILL -- n. vole(ntie); voluntá. AT ~: secun arbitrie; (leg.) testament (-ar, -ari); v. voler; (bequeath) legar

WILLING -- pret, voluntari, disposit

WILL 0' THE WISP -- foy errant

WILLOW -- salice. ~HERB: epilobie

WILLY-NILLY -- volente o ne volente, nolens volens

WILT -- marcir

WILY -- astut

WIN -- victer; (gain) ganiar; n. victorie, triumfa, ganie

WINCE -- n. spasmette facial

WINCH -- ~, manivelle

WIND -- n. vente (-osi); (indigestion) flatu; (turn) torne; v. (turn) tornar, verter; (hoist) vindar; (as road) serpentear; (watch) tender

WIND UP -- *terminar; liquidar; (a watch) tender

WINDFALL -- bon fortune, ganie ínexpectat, felicie; (fruit) fructe cadet

WINDING -- sinuosi, serpenteant

WIND-INSTRUMENT -- instrument a sufflar

WINDLASS -- vinde

WINDMILL -- vent-moline

WINDOW; fenestre (-al); (shop ~) vitrine. WINDOW-SILL -- planca de fenestre

WINDPIPE -- traché

WINDSCREEN -- paravente

WINDWARD -- vers li vente, al vente de

WINE -- vin (-iera, -icultor, -ero, -icultura, -venditor)

WING -- ale (-ar); v. (injure) vulnerar. WINGS: (theatre) culisse

WINK -- v. palpebrar, oculettar, ocul-slgnar

WINKLE -- litorine

WINNING -- charmant, atrativ

WINNOW -- ventolar

WINSOME -- charmant

WINTER -- hiverne (-al, -ar)

WINTER-GREEN -- pírola

WIPE -- essuyar; siccar. ~ OUT: exterminar, obliterar, anullar, efaciar

WIRE -- metall-fil, ferrofil; telegramma; v. ligar per ferrofil; telegrafar

WIRELESS -- radio. ~ SET: radio-receptor

WIRE-PULLING -- intrigas, manipulation

WIRY -- filatri; (sinewy) tendonosi

WISDOM -- sagiesse, sapientie, prudentie

WISE -- a. sagi, sapient, prudent; doct; discret; n. maniere

WISEACRE -- quasi-sagio, Salomon

WISH -- n. desire (-ar)

WISP -- toffette

WISTARIA -- glicine

WISTFUL -- pensiv

WIT -- n. esprite (-osi, -on), TO ~: a saver. MOTHER ~: esprite natural. AT ONE'S WITS' END: esser al fine de su Latin, plu ne saver quo far

WITCH -- sorciera, sorciarda, maga. WITCHCRAFT: sorcieríe

WITCHERY -- fascination; sorcie

WITH -- con; conj (by means of) per; (concerning) pri; (at), che. TREMBLING ~ COLD: trement pro frigore

WITHDRAW -- retraer, retirar (se); ( a statement) retractar

WITHDRAWAL -- retration, retractation

WITHER -- marcir (-id), deflorear

WITHHOLD -- retener, detener, refusar transdar

WITHIN -- intern; (of time) intra

WITHOUT -- sin; (outside) extra

WITHSTAND -- register a, oposir se a

WITHY -- vímine

WITNESS -- n. (person) testimon (-ie); v. vider; atestar (-ation)

WITS, OUT OF ONE'S -- * frenetic, dement

WITTED -- QUICK~: sagaci, inteligent

WITTICISM -- espritositá

WITTINGLY -- savente, conscientmen

WITTY -- espritosi

WIZARD -- mago, sorciero

WIZENED -- exsiccat, marcid

WOBBLE -- chancelar

WOE -- misere (-abil); grivei afliction, misfortun. WOE!: ve!

WOEFUL -- trist, aflictet

WOLF -- lupo (-a). WOLFISH: lupatri

WOLFS-BANE -- aconite

WOMAN -- fémina (-in, -esc, -initá)

WOMANKIND -- feminité

WOMB -- útere; sinu

WONDER -- n. marvel (-osi), miracul; astonament; prodigie; v. esser curiosi, demandar se, questionar se

WONDERFUL -- magnific, marvelosi; prodigiosi

WONT -- n. custom, hábitu. TO BE ~: customar

WOO -- cortesar; solicitar (-ante)

WOOD -- ligne; (trees) boscage

WOODCOCK -- becasse

WOODCUT -- lignogravura

WOODED -- arborat

WOODEN -- lignin

WOOD-LOUSE -- onisco

WOODPECKER -- pico

WOOD-PIGEON -- palumbe, forest-columbe

WOODWORK -- carpenteríe, ligneríe

WOOF -- trama

WOOL -- lane (-at, -in, -atri, -osi, -age, -eríe)

WORD -- parol, vocabul. ~ FOR ~: parol por parol, textualmen; v. expresser. TO SEND ~ OF: avisar

WORDING -- textu

WORDY -- prolix (-itá)

WORK -- n. labor (-ar, -ero, -ator, -atoria, -osi); (lit., mus.) ovre; v. functionar; operar; (take effect) efecter; (exploit) explotar; (mechanism) far functionar, actionar. TO ~ OUT: calcular; elaborar

WORKHOUSE -- institute por povres

WORKMANSHIP -- habilitá, dexteritá, bon laborada

WORKS -- mecanisme; (factory) usina, fabrica

WORKSHOP -- ateliere, laboratoria, oficina

WORLD -- muinde (-al, -an, -ano); universe, cosmo

WORLDLY -- (opposed to spiritual) seculari, profan, materialistic

WORM -- verme; (earth-) lumbric. TAPE~: tenia; (intestinal ~) ascaride; v. (one's way) insinuar se

WORMWOOD -- absinte

WORN OUT -- perusat; exhaustet

WORRY -- n. tribulation, torment (-ar), truble; v. (~ about.) despitar pri, suciar pri, ínquietar se pri

WORSE -- plu mal, pejor. WORSEN: (a)pejorar, demeliorar, far plu mal, agravar

WORSHIP -- n. cultu, adoration; servicie divin; v. adorar

WORST -- max mal, pessim; v. victer, superar WORSTED: fil de lane

WORTH -- a. digni de; n. valore, merite; precie. TO BE ~: valer. ~LESS: sin valore

WORTHY; digni, honorabil. TO BE ~ OF -- meriter (-osi, -ori) WOULD: (conditional) vell

WOULD-BE -- a. quasi-, pretendent

WOUND -- n. vúlnere (-ar, -abil); v. (feelings) ofender; leder

WRAITH -- spectre

WRANGLE -- n. querelle (-ar), altercation

WRAP -- voluer, velopar. ~ UP: invelopar, inballar; n. (dress) chale

WRAPPER -- (of book) covriment; (newspaper) banderol

WRATH -- colere (-osi', -ic); indignation,ira

WREAK -- inflicter; (vengeance) venjar

WREATH -- guirlande

WREATHE -- plecter; adornar, guirlandar

WRECK -- vrec (-ar, -age)

WREN -- régolo; (golden-crested) régolo coronat

WRENCH -- v. torder; n. torsion; (tool) torduore

WREST -- eraffar

WRESTLE -- v. luctar (contra)

WRETCH -- miseron. WRETCHED: miserabil; abject

WRIGGLE -- torder se, serpentear; (crawl) repter. TO ~ OUT OF; extricar se, evader

WRING -- extorder

WRINKLE -- n. frunse (-ar), sulca (-ar)

WRIST -- juntura del manu, manu-articul

WRIT -- mandate: scrite

WRITE -- scrir (-tor, -tion)

WRITHE -- contorder se

WRITING -- (act of) scrition; (hand~) scri-maniere, scritura; caligrafie

WRITING-DESK -- scrituore

WRONG -- a. fals, íncorect, errari; mal, ínjust, injuriosi; v. detrimentar, mal tractar, nocer. TO GO ~: errar; n. ínjusticie, male

WROTH -- colere (-ic)

WROUGHT-IRON -- ferre forjat

WRY -- tordet. ~ FACE: grimasse