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 A   B   C   D   E   F   G   I   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   Y 

i  art.   the ; Has a plural form, ae, agreeing with the noun to which it refers

IG  root.   go, travel

igu  vi.   go

ianre  n.   month ; abbrev. of iarvenre, 'part year'

irve  n.   year

iasta  adj.   brief

c  n.   who, which, that ; As in 'the person who...', 'the thing that/which...'

i(n)  adj.   yes, true

icem  n.   where

ima  n.   who

imora  n.   which, which one

imra  n.   when

m  prep.   in, inside

manyva  adj.   virtuous ; Normally only used abstractly, rather than in reference to a specific person. In Ardegn it is considered somewhat boorish to describe someone as morally good, because it implies that those around them are less so. Also, the word does not quite equate to the English moral concept. It has more the implication of inner strength, or peace of mind.

manyvante  n.   virtue

maqae  n.   ego, psyche; lit. inner self

ST  root.   next, future

sta  adj.   next

stgr  n.   tomorrow ; abbrev. of sta dgr, 'next day'

stni  advb.   next

stante  n.   the future

st  vi.   advance, go forward