Vocabulary



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  • aborigiidna aboriginal (n.)
  • abstrákta (gč. jurddalaš) abstract (adj.)
  • addalit to give to someone else; to give away
  • addálas generous
  • addi giver
  • addilit to give quickly
  • addin giving
  • addit to give
  • addit [+A/G+] [+ILL] to give s.t. to s.o.
  • addit ándagassii to forgive; to pardon
  • adjágas hibernation
  • adjektiiva adjective
  • adnot to be used
  • adopšuvdna adoption
  • adveanta Advent
  • advokahta lawyer, attorney
  • ađa marrow, bone marrow
  • aforisma aphorism
  • afrihkálaš African (person)
  • Afrihkká Africa
  • afroamerihkálaš Afro-American (person)
  • agálaš eternal
  • agálaš duollu (gč. áloduollu permafrosta) permafrost
  • agálašvuohta eternity
  • agitašuvdna agitation
  • agivuloš minor (n.)
  • agresiiva (gč. suhtus, vašis) aggresive
  • agrešuvdna (gč. suhttu, vašši) aggression
  • ahcagas red-hot
  • ahki age
  • ahkit boredom?, tedium?
  • ahte that (conj.); so (conj.)
  • aidd' al de just barely, barely; only just; by a whisker; by a hair; by a hairbreadth
  • aiddo exactly, precisely; right (adv.)
  • aiddo just recently (adv.)
  • aiddo except for; aside from, save, but; apart from, with the exception of, short of, outside of, bar; beyond (prep.)
  • aiddo guovdu right in the middle
  • ain still (adv.)
  • aitosaš actual; true, veritable,
  • akkusatiiva accusative
  • [A/G+] alafor s.o.'s good
  • [A/G+] ala (gč. [A/G+] nala)(to) on top of s.t.
  • Alaska Alaska
  • Albánia Albania
  • albbas lynx (Lynx lynx)
  • albmaolmmoš real person (not fictitious)
  • albmi sky; heaven
  • [A/G+] alde on top of s.t.; on
  • ale don't
  • alfabehta alphabet
  • alfabehtalaš alphabetical
  • alfabehtalaš ortnet alphabetical order
  • algŋa gum (in the mouth)
  • algoritma algorithm
  • Alimus hálddahusriekti Supreme Administrative Court (F)
  • alimus riekti Supreme Court
  • alit blue
  • alitbaktera (gč. alitdeappu, alitbakteriija) cyanobacterium
  • alitbakteriija (gč. alitdeappu, alitbaktera) cyanobacterium
  • alitdeappu (gč. alitbaktera, alitbakteriija) cyanobacterium
  • alitfális blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus)
  • alitgaccet blue tit (Parus caeruleus)
  • alitnásti Common Hepatica (Hepatica nobilis)
  • alkohola alcohol
  • alladeatta high pressure
  • allaskuvla university; college
  • allergiija allergy
  • almmá [+A/G] without s.t.
  • almmá bohtosiid without results, unsuccessfully; futilely, in vain
  • almmái man, male
  • almmáiolmmoš man, male
  • almmáivuohta manhood, adulthood
  • almmiguovlu cardinal direction, cardinal point, compass point, point on the compass
  • Almmibálggis the Milky Way
  • almmolaččat publicly
  • almmolaš public; official
  • almmuhit to inform, to notify; to announce; to make known; to give notice of; to report; to apprise
  • almmuhus publication(?)
  • alolastavuovdi ###
  • alumiidna aluminium (BrE) , aluminum (AmE)
  • alumiidnaindustriija aluminium industry (BrE) , aluminum industry (AmE)
  • alva energy
  • amanuensa assistant
  • amas unknown; stranger (adj.)
  • amas olmmoš unknown person, stranger (n.)
  • amatevra amateur
  • amerihkálaš American (n./adj.)
  • Amerihkká America
  • ametista amethyst
  • ametistaruvke amethyst mine
  • amma ?definitely, surely, undoubtedly, certainly, doubtless, no doubt
  • amma de don't you think?
  • analiseret (gč. guorahallat, analyseret) to analyse (BrE), to analyze (AmE)
  • analysa analysis
  • analyseret (gč. guorahallat, analiseret) to analyse (BrE), to analyze (AmE)
  • anatomiija anatomy
  • anánas pineapple
  • Anár Inari
  • Anárjávri Inarijärvi
  • anoniima (gč. anonyma, namaheapmi) anonymous
  • anonyma (gč. anoniima, namaheapmi) anonymous
  • anoreksiija anorexia
  • antologiija (gč. čoakkáladat) anthology
  • leat anus to be used, to be in use
  • apparáhtta apparatus, device
  • appelsiidna orange (fruit)
  • appelsiidnamuorra orange tree
  • aprikosa apricot
  • areála (gč. viidodat-) areal
  • aritmetihkka arithmetic
  • arkeologa archeologist, archaeologist
  • arkeologalaš archeological, archaeological
  • arkeologiija archeology, archaeology
  • arkiiva (gč. rádju) archive
  • arkiteakta architect
  • arktalaš (gč. árktalaš) arctic
  • arktalaš njuorju (gč. árktalaš njuorju) hooded seal (Cystophora cristata)
  • artihkkala article
  • artikuleren (gč. jietnadeapmi) articulation
  • artiskohkka artichoke
  • artista artist
  • arva energy
  • arvat to dare
  • arvat a lot, quite a bit (adv.)
  • arve rain
  • arvebalva raincloud, nimbus
  • arvebiktasat raingear, rain gear, rainwear, oilskins
  • arvečalbmi raindrop
  • arvedálki rainy weather
  • arvedávgi (gč. bajándávgi) rainbow
  • arveguovlu rain basin, basin, catchment (BrE)
  • arvemuoddá raincoat, mackintosh, macintosh, waterproof (BrE), mac (BrE), mack (BrE)
  • arveoakti shower (rain)
  • arvesuodji umbrella
  • arvevuovdi rainforest
  • arvi rain
  • arvit to rain
  • asehaš thin (of a flat object)
  • asfálta asphalt, blacktop
  • aski lap
  • aspárggus (gč. aspárgosa) asparagus
  • aspárgosa (gč. aspárggus) asparagus
  • assái strong, thick (flat objects)
  • astat to make it in time, to make, to arrive in time, to make it; to find time, to catch, to reach, to have time
  • astehka Aztec (n.)
  • astehkalaš Aztec (adj.)
  • astil someone who has time (adj.)
  • astronávta astronaut
  • astronomiija astronomy
  • asttoáigi leisure time, spare time, leisure, free time
  • aššedovdi expert
  • [A/G+] aššedovdi expert in s.t.
  • Atlánta the Atlantic, the Atlantic Ocean
  • atnit to use
  • atnu use, usage
  • atnudiŋga commodity, article of daily use, basic commodity, object of utility
  • atomaenergiija atomic energy, nuclear energy
  • atomfápmu nuclear power, atomic power
  • atomlihkuhisvuohta nuclear accident
  • attes munnje give me some
  • attestit to give a little bit
  • attribuhtta attribute
  • auberšiidna eggplant (AmE), aubergine (BrE)
  • Australiija (gč. Austrália) Australia
  • Austrália (gč. Australiija) Australia
  • autobiografiija (gč. iešbiografiija) autobiography
  • automahtalaš automatic
  • automatiseren automation
  • automatiseret to automate, to automatize (AmE), to automatise (BrE)
  • automáhtta automat, vending machine, dispenser
  • autonomiija autonomy
  • autonomiijateoriija autonomy theory
  • autoritehta (gč. árvofábmu) authority
  • avádat zone
  • avokádo avocado
  • Avvil Ivalo
  • Avviljohka Ivalojoki
  • Á
  • ábáiduvvan desertification
  • áddegoahtit to start to understand
  • áddet (gč. ipmirdit) to understand
  • áddjá grandfather
  • ádjážan dearest grandfather, beloved grandfather (dim.)
  • áddjut (:b) grandchild; great-grandchild (to a grandfather or great-grandfather)
  • ádjoeana (gč. ádju, steahppa) steppe
  • ádju (gč. ádjoeana, steahppa) steppe
  • ÁEL (Álbmotealáhatlágádus) National Pensions Institute
  • áhčagaddat to glow more and more; to glow more than once
  • áhčagastinárpu filament (bulb)
  • áhčagastit to glow, to be red-hot
  • áhčáš dear father; "little father" (I'm not sure how this one is used.)
  • áhččebealli stepfather
  • áhččemin Our Father (religion)
  • áhččevuohta (gč. áhččivuohta) fatherhood
  • áhčči father
  • áhččivuohta (gč. áhččevuohta) fatherhood
  • áhčeheapmi fatherless
  • áhčešeatni (Thanatophilus lapponicus: a type of carrion beetle)
  • áhčešeatni ###(in faery tales)
  • áhčiidruhta paternity allowance
  • áhkalakkis (gč. áhkáš) greenland sleeper shark, greenland shark, sleeper shark (Somniosus microcephalus)
  • áhkábiddu angler, monkfish, goosefish, anglerfish, fishing frog, frogfish, toadfish, allmouth, poor man's lobster (Lophius piscatorius)
  • áhkáš (gč. áhkalakkis) greenland sleeper shark, greenland shark, sleeper shark (Somniosus microcephalus)
  • áhkkár ### (Todarodes sagittatus)
  • áhkku grandmother; old woman; either grandparent's sister
  • áhkkut (:b) grandchild; great-grandchild (to a grandmother or great-grandmother)
  • áhpebiologiija marine biology
  • áhpecizaš little auk, dovekie (Alle alle)
  • áhpehávda king eider (Somateria spectabilis)
  • áhpeheahti distress at sea
  • áhpeheapme (gč. áhpeheapmi) pregnant; powerless
  • áhpeheapmi (gč. áhpeheapme) pregnant; powerless
  • áhpehisvuohta pregnancy; lack of power
  • áhpehilggohas ###
  • áhpehuvvat ###
  • Áhpenuohtástanláhka ###Trålerloven
  • Áhpenuohtástanlávdegoddi ###Trålerkomiteen
  • áhperávdnji sea current, oceanic current, ocean current, drift current
  • áhpespálfu storm petrel (Hydrobates pelagicus)
  • áhpi sea; ocean
  • áhppa monkey
  • áibbas exactly
  • áibbas dego exactly as if
  • áibbašeapmi yearning, longing
  • áibmadas ?###mahtava
  • áibmelukti dioecious Sedge (Carex dioica)
  • áibmoboasta airmail
  • áibmoráhkku air bladder, pneumatocyst?
  • áibmoráigi stoma; air passage
  • áibmu world; air
  • áibmufievru aircraft
  • áidi fence
  • áidna (gč. áidnu) only
  • áidnamánná only child
  • áidni (gč. ránesnjuorju) grey seal (Halichoerus grypus)
  • áidnu (gč. áidna) only
  • áiga (gč. áigá) ages and ages ago, a long time ago
  • áigeavádat time zone
  • áigečála magazine
  • áigemearri deadline
  • [A/G+] áigge during X, at X
  • áigi long ago; time
  • [A/G+] áigi X ago
  • áigi dolin in the old days, in days of yore, in olden times
  • áigumuš plan, intent, purpose, aim, intention
  • áigumuš [+INF] intention of doing s.t., intent to do s.t.
  • áigut to plan, to intend
  • áigut [+INF] to plan to do s.t., to have a mind to do s.t., to intend to do s.t.
  • áinnas willingly, readily, gladly; naturally, surely, certainly, of course
  • áirras (gč. ovddasteaddji) representative (N); delegate; herald
  • áiru oar
  • áitalas ###
  • áitalastit ###
  • áitatvuloš endangered, threatened
  • ###áiti (aitta)
  • áitit to threaten
  • ákkaras eel
  • ákkastallan argument (###which kind?)
  • Ákŋoluokta Hasvik (a municipality in the county of Finnmark)
  • Ákšovuonbahta Øksfjordbotn
  • Ákšovuonvuopmi Øksfjorddalen
  • Ákšovuotna Øksfjord
  • ákšu axe, ax
  • ákta common eider (Somateria mollissima)
  • áktet to respect; to feel admiration for, to show admiration for
  • álás naked, nude, in the buff, in the raw, in a state of undress, in one's birthday suit
  • Álaheadju Alta (municipality and town in the county of Finnmark)
  • álbmot people, nation
  • álbmotbuvtta domestic income? product?
  • Álbmotealáhatlágádus (ÁEL) National Pensions Institute
  • álbmotláhttu citizen; national (n.)
  • álbmotloddi national bird
  • álbmotmeahcci national park
  • álbmotmusihkka folk music
  • álbmotoadju national insurance scheme
  • álbmotregisttar (gč. veagadatgirji) Public Register, National Registry (Norway), National Registry Office (Denmark)
  • álbmotriekti human rights
  • Álbmotriektemearrádus ###
  • álbmotsisaboahtu national income
  • Álddajohka Meskelv (in Finnmárku)
  • áldu calved reindeer cow
  • álggadahkkivuoigatvuohta copyright
  • álggahit to start
  • álggahus preface
  • álggos in the beginning
  • álgguviđá olju ###petroleum?
  • álgi johtolat originating traffic
  • álgit [+INF] to start to do
  • álgoálbmot an indigenous person, native
  • álgoánnas raw material
  • álgoealli protozoan, protozoon
  • álgogeahčen at first, in the beginning, initially, to begin with, to start with
  • álgojagis at the beginning of the year
  • álgojahki the beginning of the year
  • álgosátni prologue; foreword, preface; opening words
  • álgošuokŋa alliteration
  • álgoveahkki first aid
  • álgovuovdi primaeval forest (BrE), primeval forest (AmE)
  • álgu start, beginning; embryo?; (cereal) germ?
  • álki easy
  • álkit easily
  • álkit:bu easier
  • álkohola alcohol
  • állan a unit of measurement, about 2 ft. long
  • állat snow bunting (Plectrophenax nivalis)
  • álo always
  • álo áigge all the time, the whole time
  • áloduollu (gč. permafrosta, agálaš duollu) permafrost
  • álovuonas evergreen (adj.)
  • álšateknihkka ###
  • álta alto
  • Áltá Alta
  • áltár altar
  • álttágas lightning
  • Álttesjávri Altevatnet (in Tromsø)
  • álus vascular cambium
  • ámadadju (gč. muođut) face
  • ámmátčehppodat profession
  • ámmátlaš professional
  • ándagassii Excuse me. Pardon. I beg your pardon. Sorry.
  • Ánddasuolu Andøy (municipality in Norway)
  • áŋgir ambitious
  • áŋgirvuohta ambition
  • Áŋŋel Angeli
  • árat before, earlier; formerly, previously
  • árbedagaldagat (gč. gena) gene
  • árbevierru (gč. tradišuvdna) tradition, custom
  • árbevirolaš traditional
  • árbi inheritance, bequest, legacy; heritage
  • árdna treasure
  • árgabeaivvis on weekdays, weekdays
  • árgi shy; timid
  • árja energy; intensity; eagerness
  • árjjidit ###to satisfy, to appease
  • Árkaŋggal Archangel
  • árkapismá archbishop
  • árkkalmastinvuohta sympathy; sympathetic attitude
  • árktalaš (gč. arktalaš) arctic
  • árktalaš njuorju (gč. arktalaš njuorju) hooded seal (Cystophora cristata)
  • árku chest, trunk
  • árpa scar
  • árpodeappu filamentous algae?
  • árpu thread
  • árran hearth?
  • árranit ###
  • árrat early (adv.)
  • ártet strange, weird, odd, curious
  • árválit to suggest, to propose, to put forward; to make a motion; to propound; to recommend, to suggest
  • árvidit to guess; to conjecture, to surmise
  • árvobábir security, bond stock
  • árvobidjan valuation
  • árvobreava insured letter, registered letter
  • árvodássi (gč. státus) status
  • árvodávvir valuable, object of value
  • árvofábmu (gč. autoritehta) authority
  • árvometálla (gč. jállometálla) noble metal (chem., sciences), precious metal (commerce)
  • árvonamma title, honourary title
  • árvonjeaidin depreciation
  • árvopáhkka registered package, insured package
  • árvopoasta registered mail (AmE), insured mail (AmE), registered post (BrE)
  • árvosaš valued at, worth
  • árvosátni grade, mark, score, degree
  • árvu ###
  • árvvoštallan assessment
  • [A/G+] árvvu to some extent, to some degree, a little bit, a little, a bit
  • ásahit to create, to found, to establish, to start up, to open, to form, to incorporate;
  • ásahit [+ILL] to ###
  • ásahus institution, organ, body; statute; ordinance; decree; regulation
  • ásahuvvot to be created, to be founded, to be established, to be formed, to be incorporated;
  • Ásia Asia
  • ásodat residence, house, home, place to live
  • ássanviessu residence, house, home, place to live
  • ássat to reside
  • ássi inhabitant, resident
  • ássidávjodat population density
  • áššáskuhtton defendant; suspect (leg.)
  • áššálaččat objectively, relevantly, pertinently
  • áššedovdi expert
  • [A/G+] áššedovdi expert in s.t.
  • ášši thing; matter; business, affair; concern
  • átnu ###
  • átnudit ###
  • átnuladdat ###
  • átnulas ###
  • átnut ###
  • átnut ándagassii to apologize (AmE); to apologise (BrE); to beg one's pardon; to say you're sorry
  • átnuvaš ###
  • áviisa (gč. bláđđi) newspaper
  • ávki benefit
  • ávusseasan space probe
  • ávus (gč. gomuvuohta) space, outer space
  • ávvudit ###
  • ávža (gč. duopma) European bird cherry (Prunus padus)
  • ávžamuorji (gč. duopmamuorji) the fruit of the European bird cherry
  • ávžžuhit to recommend; to prompt
  • B
  • badjebáza surplus, excess
  • badjebázaávnnas surplus goods
  • badjedállu reindeer Sámi's house
  • badjedássi junior high(AmE)
  • badjeeana ###
  • badjegáanda male reindeer calf
  • [NUMBER+] badjel past [+NUMBER] (in telling time)
  • badjelaš a bit more than
  • badjeláiggebargu overtime (work)
  • badjelfámolaš insurmountable; superior; overwhelming
  • leat badjelfámolaš to have no equal, to be superior
  • badjelii ###päälle
  • badjelmearebuvttadeapmi overproduction
  • badjelmeari guorbmi overload
  • badjeolmmoš reindeer herder
  • badjerádji maximum (n.)
  • badjesápmelaš reindeer Sámi
  • badjosat highland, the highlands, the uplands
  • bađošgaccet long-tailed tit (Aegithalos caudatus)
  • bagadeaddji advisor, counselor (AmE), adviser, counsellor (BrE), guidance counselor (AmE)
  • bagadeapmi advising, guidance, counselling (BrE), counseling (AmE)
  • bagadit to advise, to counsel, to give advice
  • bagadus advice(?)
  • baggo hazel grouse (Bonasa bonasia)
  • bahá bad; evil; angry
  • leat bahá [+INF] to stand to do s.t. (lose s.t., get whipped, etc.)
  • baháid bidjat [+A/G+] ala to put a curse on s.o.
  • bahákas devil
  • bahán gomas in a bad mood
  • bahánihkkán evil-minded, malicious, spiteful
  • bahčit (gč. bohčit (L)) to milk (I)
  • bahkka full to the brim, chock-full, packed, crammed
  • bahta butt, behind, buttocks, rump
  • bahtačoalli rectum
  • bahtaráigi anus
  • baján thunder
  • bajándávgi (gč. arvedávgi) rainbow
  • bajánnjuolla lightning
  • bajás up; upstream
  • bajásgeassinvuohki way of rearing
  • bajášhápmi surface shape?
  • bajideapmi ###
  • bakku hazel grouse (Bonasa bonasia)
  • baldu ice floe
  • ballat to be afraid; to fear
  • ballat [+LOC.] to be afraid of s.t., to fear s.t.
  • ballát [+LOC.] to be frightened by s.t., to get scared because of s.t.
  • ballin the hammer/beater used for beating the shaman's drum
  • ballu fear; fright; anxiety; apprehension, misgiving; dread
  • balva cloud
  • balvaráhppu skyscraper
  • baŋku bank
  • Barentsguovlu the Barents Area
  • barfe ###long-haired dog?
  • bargat to work
  • Bargiidbellodat Labour Party
  • barggolašvuohta employment
  • bargguheapme unemployed (adj.)
  • bargguheapmi unemployed (adj.)
  • bargguhis olmmošunemployed (n.)
  • bargguhisvuohta unemployment
  • bargi worker; workman; employee(?)
  • bargobihtta (gč. bargobihttá) exercise
  • bargobihttá (gč. bargobihtta) exercise
  • bargobiras work environment, working environment
  • Bargofápmo- ja ealálahusguovddáš Employment and Economic Development Centre
  • bargojoavku team, work group, task force
  • bargolávdegoddi working committee
  • bargolohpi work permit
  • Bargoministeriija (F) Ministry of Labour
  • bargoministtar Minister of Labour (BrE) , Minister of Labor (AmE)
  • bargonávccahisvuođaruhta disability (coll.), disability payment
  • bargoneavvu tool
  • bargoornet rules of procedure; working order; standing orders; procedure (čoahkkima); regulations, rules
  • bargosuorbmafáhcat work gloves
  • bargovuohki method of working, work method; working practice
  • bargu work; job; employment; activity
  • bargut to work
  • basadanlatnja bathroom(?)
  • basadit to wash up (AmE); to wash o.s.
  • basahit to make s.o. wash (?)
  • basakeahtes unwashed
  • baski ###
  • bassaladdanlatnja laundry room
  • bassaladdanmašiidna washing machine
  • bassanávnnas detergent? shampoo?
  • bassat to wash; to brush (teeth) (tr.)
  • bassebeaivi (gč. bassi) holiday, holy day; Sabbath; religious holiday
  • bassi holy (adj.)
  • bassi (gč. bassebeaivi) holiday, holy day; Sabbath; religious holiday
  • bassi saint
  • bassi (gč. čorgejeaddji) cleaner
  • bassi gova (gč. ikona) icon (rel.)
  • bassit to roast
  • bassit bierggu to roast meat
  • baste spoon
  • basteoaivi spoon lure
  • bastil sharp
  • ~bat just (e.g. I'm just wondering.)
  • bataljovdna battallion
  • bauksihtta bauxite
  • bavssa lip
  • bábir paper
  • báddemus recording
  • báddi string
  • Báhcavuotna Båtsfjord (municipality in Norway)
  • Báhccavuotna Balsfjord (municipality in Norway)
  • báhcci dearvan good-bye, so long, bye-bye (what the person leaving says to two people)
  • báhcet dearvan good-bye, so long, bye-bye (what the person leaving says to three or more people)
  • báhcit to stay, to remain; to stay behind
  • báhcit haga to go without, to not get any
  • báhčit to shoot
  • Báhčči Sagittarius
  • báhkas hot; feverish
  • báhkin pagan; heathen; infidel; non-Christian; unbeliever
  • báhkinlaš pagan; heathen (adj.)
  • báhkinvuohta paganism; heathenism
  • báhkka package, parcel
  • báhkkadávda fever
  • báhkki burl; gnarl, knur, knar
  • báhkkon command, order
  • báhpakantovra (gč. báhpakantuvra) parish office
  • báhppa minister, priest, pastor
  • báhpu bean
  • báhtareaddji refugee
  • báhtarit to escape
  • báhtarit [+LOC.] to escape from s.t.
  • báhtte spavin(?)
  • Báidár Beiarn (municipality in the county of Nordland)
  • báidi shirt
  • báikkálaš local (adj.)
  • báiski mew gull, common gull(?) (Larus canus)
  • báitit to shine
  • Báktebohkká Capricorn
  • bákteriija bacterium (pl. bacteria)
  • Bálát Ballangen (municipality in the county of Nordland)
  • bálbmasotnabeaivi Palm Sunday
  • [A/G+] bálddas along s.t., beside s.t.; next to s.t.
  • bálddis Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus)
  • bálká salary
  • bálkáhit ###
  • bállet to be left in peace, undisturbed
  • bállu (gč. buđđá) testicle
  • bálvalus service
  • bánno pan
  • báŋkogiro (gč. báŋkosirdda) bank giro, giro transfer, wire transfer
  • báŋkokoarta bank card
  • báŋkoremissa ###
  • báŋkosirdda (gč. báŋkogiro) bank giro, giro transfer, wire transfer
  • báŋku bank
  • bárahisstávvalsátni a word with an odd number of syllables
  • bárbmofálli (###gč. fálli) peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus)
  • bárdnebealli stepson
  • bárdni son
  • bárgofápamodoaimmanat employment service agency(?)
  • bárgu work; job; employment
  • bárra pair
  • bárrabargu ###parityö
  • bárrastávvalsátni a word with an even number of syllables
  • bárru wave
  • bárti accident; problem
  • bártnáš ###poikanen
  • bátnedoavttir dentist
  • bátnesoallun toothpick
  • bátnevárka toothache
  • bátnevearka toothache
  • bátni tooth
  • bávččas pain, ache
  • bávkkanas explosive, blasting agent
  • bávkkas blast, crack, loud noise, boom, bang
  • bázáhus relic; remainder, rest, remnant, residual
  • báze dearvan good-bye, so long, bye-bye (what the person leaving says to one person)
  • beađbi shoulder blade, scapula
  • beađbelađas shoulder joint
  • beaggin reputation; repute; fame; name; standing
  • beaggit to carry, to reach, to waft
  • beahcebáhcatloddi parrot crossbill (Loxia pytyopsittacus)
  • beahcelahppu tree hair lichen, bear hair, black-tree lichen, edible horsehair, black moss (Bryoria fremontii)
  • beahceloddi capercallie (Tetrao urogallus)
  • beahci pine (Pinus silvestris)
  • beahttit to deceive; to cheat; to swindle; to betray
  • beaitta ###curtains?
  • beaivái for the day
  • beaivádit to date (to mark something with the date)
  • beaivebálkkolaš freelancer
  • beaivebiebmu (gč.beaiveborran) lunch
  • beaiveborran (gč. beaivebiebmu) lunch
  • beaivegirji diary, journal, log
  • beaivelatnja living room
  • beaiveruhta daily allowance, per diem allowance
  • beaivet during the day
  • beaivi day
  • beaivvadat sunshine
  • beaivvaš (gč. beaivváš) sun
  • beaivválaš daily (adj.)
  • beaivválaččat daily (adv.)
  • beaivválašjođiheaddji ###boss, manager; secretary??
  • beaivváš (gč. beaivvaš)sun
  • beaivvášsealla solar cell
  • beaivvebargu daywork
  • beakkán ###
  • beaktil effective
  • beal [+NUMBER] [NUMBER+]-thirty, half past [+NUMBER] (for telling time)
  • [A/G+] bealde at one's side; on one's side
  • bealdocihci ortolan bunting (Emberiza hortulana)
  • bealdomuorji strawberry
  • bealdovuoraš rook (Corvus frugilegus)
  • bealdu field
  • bealgeloddi wren, winter wren(?) (Troglodytes troglodytes)
  • bealgi thumb
  • beali váldit [+ILL] to take a stand on s.t.
  • bealjeheapmi hard-of-hearing; deaf
  • bealjehuvvat to go deaf; to become hard-of-hearing
  • [A/G+] beallái towards s.t., to the side of s.t.
  • beallalaš spouse
  • beallehaddái half price (adv.)
  • beallelaš spouse
  • beallemas flax, common flax, cultivated flax (Linum usitatissimum)
  • beallemassiepman linseed, flaxseed
  • bealli half
  • bealljegoahti ###a particular type of goahti
  • bealljeloađgu long-eared owl (Asio otus)
  • bealljerásttis Bohemian waxwing (Bombycilla garrulus)
  • beallji ear
  • bealnot one and a half
  • bealnubbi one and a half
  • beana dog
  • beanna pen
  • beannot one and a half
  • beaŋka bench; seat(?)
  • Bearalváhki Berlevåg
  • bearaš (immediate) family
  • bearašásodat single-family housing
  • Beardu Bardu (municipality in the county of Troms)
  • beare too (much)
  • beargalat (gč. biru) devil
  • bearjadaga on Friday
  • bearjadat Friday
  • beaska ###peski
  • beassansátni password
  • beassat to get away; to to avoid, to get out of s.t., to escape from s.t.; to get out of s.t., to be discharged, to be released; to extricate o.s.; to get, to bring, to come, to get into; to be allowed to; to reach, to achieve, to attain
  • beassat [+COM] to become s.t.
  • beassat presideantan to become president
  • beassat sisa [+ILL] to familiarize o.s. with s.t., to make o.s. familiar with s.t., to get o.s. acquainted with s.t., to orientate o.s. to s.t.; to read up on s.t.
  • beassášbeaivi Easter Sunday
  • beassášlávvordat Holy Saturday
  • beassášluopmu Easter break, Easter vacation
  • beassážat Easter
  • beassegatna (Parmelia olivacea)
  • beatnagaš small dog
  • beatnatjeagil dog lichen, felt lichen (Peltigera canina)
  • beavddáš small table
  • beavdegirji record, minutes, record
  • beavdi table
  • beavrasaddat the way a beavrrit walks
  • beavrrit a leggy, thin and tall person or animal
  • beavrruhit the way a beavrrit walks
  • beavrut the way a beavrrit walks
  • beavttálmahttit to boost, to improve; to reinforce, to strengthen; to intensify; to heighten; to make more effective; to dramatize
  • behtolaš traitor; betrayer; Judas
  • behtohallat to be disappointed?
  • behttot to be disappointed?
  • beibboš chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs)
  • Belgia Belgium
  • bellodat party (political)
  • benne penny
  • bensiidna gas (AmE), petrol (BrE)
  • beron pear
  • berret [+INF] s.o. needs to do s.t., s.o. must do s.t.
  • beskkoš house martin (Delichon urbica)
  • beštor wagtail, white wagtail(?), pied wagtail (Motacilla alba)
  • Betlehem Bethlehem
  • bibliográfia biblbiography
  • bibliografiija biblbiography
  • bidjalit to put, to place, to set (quickly)
  • bidjat to put, to place, to set
  • bidjat áigemeari to set a deadline
  • biđus sautÚd meat?
  • biebmoáhčči foster father
  • biebmobárdni foster son
  • biebmoeadni foster mother
  • biebmogálvu foodstuff
  • biebmománná (gč. biepmohas) foster child
  • biebmonieida foster daughter
  • biebmoolju cooking oil, oil
  • biebmováhnemat foster parents
  • biebmováili malnutrition, undernourishment; hypoalimentation (med.)
  • biebmovuorká container for food
  • biebmu food
  • Biedjovággi Biedjovággi (in Finnmárku)
  • biedju lair; burrow (rabbits); earth (foxes); den (lion, bear?); hole, covert (coots), sett (badger), holt (otter), burrow (rabbit, fox), warren (for rabbits), drey (a squirrel's nest)
  • biegga wind
  • bieggafálli common kestrel (Falco tinnunculus)
  • bieggajorri windmill
  • bieggaladdat ###to gust
  • biehkan (gč. boaimmáš) rough-legged buzzard (Buteo lagopus)
  • biehtárguhkká (gč. biehtárrássi ) yarrow, milfoil (Achillea millefolium)
  • biehtárrássi (gč. biehtárguhkká ) yarrow, milfoil (Achillea millefolium)
  • biehttalanhápmi ###(the negative forms of the verbs, ant. miehtehápmi )
  • biehttalanvearba the negative verb
  • biehttalit to refuse
  • biehttalit [+AKTIO LOC.] to refuse to do s.t.
  • bielka batten
  • biellu bell
  • biellorássi bellflower; bluebell; harebell (Campanula)
  • biepmohas (gč. biebmománná) foster child
  • bierdna bear (Ursus arctos)
  • bierdnegoahti bear
  • bierdni bear cub (until it is 1 year old)
  • biergas equipment; device, machine
  • bierggas equipment; device, machine; female genitalia
  • bierggasmeahttun difficult; hopeless
  • Biergi Kiberg (in Finnmárku)
  • biergogievdni pot/kettle for cooking meat in
  • biergoláibi meat sandwich
  • biergomálli meat soup
  • biergu meat
  • bieža pig's tail
  • bievla bare spot where the snow has melted in the spring
  • Bievát Bࣈ (municipality in Nordland in Norway)
  • bifiila bisexual (n.)
  • bigán hawk owl (Surnia ulula)
  • bihcebásčáihni great spotted woodpecker (Dendrocopos major)
  • bihci rime; hoarfrost; frost
  • bihppor pepper
  • bihpporgáhkku gingerbread (AmE), gingersnap (BrE)
  • bihttá piece, part, bit
  • biibbal (gč. bippal) Bible
  • biidnovahkku Holy Week, Passion Week
  • biiga maid
  • biika thorn, prickle, spine
  • biika maid, servant girl
  • biikaáidi barbed-wire fence
  • biikasoabbi goad (n.)
  • biikastreaŋga barbed wire (n.)
  • biila car, automobile, auto
  • biilaboagán seatbelt, seat belt
  • biilačoavdda car key
  • biilafearga car ferry
  • biilagoavdi body, coachwork(?)
  • biilaláse car window
  • biilastállja garage
  • biilauksa car door
  • biillain by car
  • biillaš small car
  • bilaidit to twinkle (stars)
  • bilaterála bilateral
  • bileahtta ticket
  • bileahttaautomáhtta ticket machine, automatic ticket dispenser, ticket dispenser
  • bileahttadárkkisteapmi ticket inspection
  • bilgá ###sormaiset
  • bilgádit ###tehdä sormaiset
  • bilget ###tehdä sormaiset
  • bilidit (gč. billistit) to damage (L)
  • bilisme car-driving
  • bilkádus to blaspheme
  • billahuvvat (gč. billašuvvat) to break (L)
  • billašuvvat (gč. billahuvvat) to break (I)
  • billistit to deface; to corrupt, to taint, to pervert; to spoil, to ruin, to damage
  • binna a small herd of reindeer
  • biográfalaš biographical
  • biologiija biology
  • biologalaš biological
  • bipmi sour milk (~buttermilk)
  • bippal (gč. biibbal) Bible
  • biras environment
  • Birasguovddáš Regional Environment Centre (F)
  • Biraslohpedoaimmahagat Environmental Permit Authorities (F)
  • Birasministeriija Ministry of the Environment
  • birasmirko environmental poison
  • birasterapevta environmental therapist
  • birasviessu community center
  • birget to get along, to manage; to make do; to make ends meet, to subsist, to get by
  • Birgi Berg (municipality in the county of Troms)
  • [A/G+] birra from s.t.; around s.t.; about s.t.
  • birramihttu circumference
  • birranbeaivi (gč. jándor) day, calendar day (the whole 24-hour period)
  • birrasii (gč. birrasiid, sullii) about, around, approximately
  • birrasiid (gč. sullii, birrasii) about, around, approximately
  • birrastat environment, surroundings
  • biru (gč. beargalat) devil
  • bisánit to stop, to cease, to halt, to come to a halt, to come to a stop; to stick, to adhere to, to cling to
  • bisma (gč. bismá) bishop
  • bismagoddi diocese
  • bismaguovlu diocese
  • bismá (gč. bisma) bishop
  • bissánit [+INF] to stop to do s.t.
  • bissehit to stop
  • Bissojohka Børselv (in Finnmárku)
  • bissoneavvut ammunition , (coll.) ammo
  • bissu gun ###pyssy
  • bissut to stay
  • ?bissut [+LOC.] to continue doing s.t.
  • bistit to continue, to go on (intr.)
  • bittut leggings (women's)
  • bivastuvvat to sweat, to get sweaty
  • bivdališgoahtit to start to ask frequently or repetitively
  • bivdalit to try to ask, to ask frequently or repetitively
  • bivdit to catch, to hunt, to snare, to fish, to net; to ask, to request; to beg
  • bivdit ándagassii to apologize (AmE); to apologise (BrE); to beg one's pardon; to say you're sorry
  • bivdojuvvot to be fished; to be hunted
  • bivdojuvvot menddo ollu to be overfished; to be overhunted
  • bivdu fishing; hunting
  • bivgi barley (Hordeum)
  • bivnnut popular
  • bivttas piece of clothing, garment
  • bivval mild, temperate (weather)
  • bivvat to be warm enough
  • bižus Eurasian golden plover, golden plover (Pluvialis apricaria)
  • bláđđi (gč. áviisa) newspaper
  • bláđđi sheet, page, leaf; newspaper
  • boađđocivkkán rock pipit (Anthus petrosus)
  • boađus outcome, result
  • boagán belt
  • boagustit (gč. čaibmat)to laugh
  • boahenávli ###polarstjernen
  • boahtigoahtit to start to come
  • boahtimuš origin; provenance, beginnings; source, roots; birth; foundation
  • boahtit to come
  • boahtit [+A/G+] ovdal ###
  • boahtit [+LOC] [+ILL] to go from s.t. to s.t.
  • boahtit diehtit to find out
  • boahtit fápmui to come into force, to take effect, to come into effect
  • boahtteáigi future
  • boahtte jagi next year
  • boahttevahkku next week
  • boahtte vahkus next week
  • boahttevahkus (during) next week
  • boaimmáš (gč. biehkan) rough-legged buzzard (Buteo lagopus)
  • boaldámuš fuel
  • boaldit to burn
  • boallobeavdi keyboard
  • boallonjukča mute swan, white swan (Cygnus olor)
  • boallo-oaivi globeflower (Tróllius europaéus)
  • boallorássi globeflower (Tróllius europaéus)
  • boallu button
  • boanda farmer
  • boarásnuvvan archaic
  • boaresbárdni bachelor
  • Boares Gálgu the Pleiades
  • Boares Gállá the Dog Star, Sirius
  • boares olmmoš senior citizen, old person; elderly
  • boaresvuohta old age
  • boaris old (not young)
  • boarrásiidpenšuvdna pension, retirement money
  • boarrásiidruhta pension, retirement money
  • boarrásiidsiida retirement home; old folks' home (coll.)
  • boasta mail, post
  • boastabálvalus postal service
  • boastaboksa post-office box, P.O. box
  • boastagoarta postcard
  • boastalistu mailing list
  • boastut wrong (adv.?)
  • boaššu the area inside a goahti on the other side of the fire from the doorway
  • boazodoalli reindeer herder
  • boazodoalloguovlu reindeer husbandry area
  • boazodoallu reindeer husbandry
  • boazoolbmoš ###reindeer person?
  • boazosápmelaš reindeer Sámi
  • boazu reindeer
  • boddu moment; chapter; recess
  • bodneluomi sea cucumber (Holothuroidea)
  • bodni bottom (not anatomical)
  • boggi (gč. ruksesoahttu) (Calanus finmarchicus)
  • bohcci pipe, tube
  • bohccobiergu reindeer meat
  • bohčit (gč. bahčit (I)) to milk (L)
  • bohkkaguiski (gč. bohkkaskálžu) ?common mussel (Mytilus edulis)
  • bohkkaskálžu (gč. bohkkaguiski) ?common mussel (Mytilus edulis)
  • [A/G+] bokte in the vicinity of s.t., near s.t.
  • bološ a small button
  • bollu wooden cup; bowl(?)
  • boradit to eat, to dine; to have a meal, to break bread
  • borahit to feed
  • boras cancer
  • borasdávda cancer
  • bordin composing, drafting, drawing up, writing out, compiling, preparing
  • borga snowstorm
  • borgemánnu August
  • borgguhišgoahtit to start to smoke
  • borgguhit to smoke
  • borramuš food
  • borramušlista menu
  • borranboddu lunch hour, lunchbreak, lunch break, lunchtime
  • borranváddu eating disorder
  • borrat to eat
  • borregávpot city of ruins
  • boska (gč. olbmoborranrássi) angelica (Angelica archangelica)
  • bossu (gč. fális) whale
  • bossučolga jellyfish?
  • botanihkka botany
  • botnjat to twist, to turn
  • Botswana Botswana
  • bovdet  [+A/G+] [+ILL] to invite s.o. to s.t.
  • bovdna hummock
  • bovttáš atlantic puffin (Fratercula arctica)
  • brihttalaš British, Brit
  • Brihttalaš Kolumbia British Columbia
  • bruttoálbmotbuvtta (gč. BáB) gross domestic income (GDI)? or GDP?
  • Budejju ### (Norway)
  • buđđá (gč. bállu) testicle
  • buđeita (gč. buđet) potato
  • buđet (gč. buđeita) potato
  • buđetjáfut potato starch
  • buđetnjuvddán potato masher
  • buhtadit to compensate, to reimburse; to pay damages, to pay reparations
  • buhtadus compensation, reimbursement; damages, reparations
  • buhtadusfoanda compensation fund; claims reserve, reserve for pending claims
  • buhtes clean
  • buhtis clean
  • buhtiskeahttá uncleaned
  • buhtistit to cleanse, to clean; to sanitize (AmE) , to sanitise (BrE)
  • Buhtisnieida Virgo
  • buhttemeahttun irreplaceable; indispensable
  • buhttet to compensate; to repay, to refund, to recompensate, to reimburse; to indemnify
  • buksa leg of a pair of pants
  • buksalumma pant's pocket
  • buktinbiila delivery truck
  • buktit to cause; to bring
  • buktu performance; yield, output
  • Bulgaria Bulgaria
  • bulgarialaš Bulgarian (person)
  • bulimiija bulimia
  • bullá bun
  • bulvvar powder
  • bumbol cotton; cottonball
  • bumpa pump
  • bumpet to pump
  • buohcanbálka (gč. buohcanruhta) (sykepenger)
  • buohcanluopma sick leave
  • buohcanruhta (gč. buohcanbálka) (sykepenger)
  • buohccán sick (adj.)
  • buohccát to get sick, to fall sick, to become ill, to fall ill, to be taken ill; to come down with, to contract
  • buohccedikšohoavda (sykepleiesjef)
  • buohccedikšu nurse
  • buohccedoarjja (sykepenger)
  • buohcceviessu (gč. buohcciviessu) hospital
  • buohcci sick, ill; unwell, unhealthy; diseased (adj.)
  • buohcci sufferer, ill, infirm, sick; patient (n.)
  • buohccibiila ambulance
  • buohcciviessu (gč. buohcceviessu) hospital
  • buohcit [+A/G] to be sick with s.t.
  • buohcit borrasa to have cancer
  • buohkat everyone
  • [A/G+] buohta across from s.t.
  • buoidda ermine (Mustela erminea)
  • buoiddáš earlobe
  • buoidesuvri fatty acid
  • buoidi fat (only of animals? blubber?) (n.)
  • buoidi fat (adj.)
  • buoidivuohta obesity
  • buokčanfanas diving vessel
  • buolaš freeze, cold (when the temperature is less than zero); air frost
  • Buolbmát Polmak (in Finnmárku)
  • buollit to burn
  • buolliviidni aquavit; cheap spirits, cheap booze; hard liquor (AmE); spirits; alcohol
  • buolva (gč. buolvadat) generation
  • buolvadat (gč. buolva) generation
  • buolvaduvvat to be descended from; to be a descendant of
  • buolvvas bulvii from one generation to the next
  • buorástahttit to greet, to salute
  • buore beaivvi good day, good afternoon
  • buore eahket good evening
  • buore iđit good morning
  • buoremus (the) best
  • buoremusat best
  • buoret better
  • buorránišgoahtit to start to feel better
  • buorránit to improve, to get better; to get well, to recover; to heal
  • buorránkeahtes incurable
  • buorre good
  • buot everything
  • buot [+superlative] the most X
  • buotlágan all kinds of; miscellaneous, diverse, various
  • buovjja (gč. vilgesguolli) beluga (Delphinapterus leucas)
  • buozahit to ###
  • bupmálas fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis)
  • burjáhtalaš Buryat (person)
  • bures well (adv.)
  • bures hello (used when shaking hands)
  • bures bures hello (response to bures)
  • Bures dat manná. Fine, thanks. It's going well. (used when replying to Mot manná?)
  • buresboahtin welcome
  • burke can, tin
  • Burru Taurus
  • bursa wallet; changepurse
  • busket to pass gas
  • bussá cat
  • bussáčivga kitten
  • bussáskuolfi tawny owl (Strix aluco)
  • busse bus
  • busseorustan sadji bus stop
  • bustávva letter (of the alphabet)
  • bustávvašládja font
  • bušeahtta budget
  • buštereaivi ###
  • bušti ###
  • buvru porridge
  • buvssat pants, slacks, trousers
  • buvtta product
  • buvttadanáhppi (gč. buvttadannákčá) production capacity
  • buvttadandagaldat production factor
  • buvttadangollu cost of production, production cost
  • buvttadangurgadas production line
  • buvttadanhivvodat output, volume of production
  • buvttadanlágádus production plant
  • buvttadanláhkki production method, manner of production, manufacturing method
  • buvttadanmunni productivity
  • buvttadannákčá (gč. buvttadanáhppi) production capacity
  • buvttadanproseassa manufacturing process
  • buvttadeaddji producer, manufacturer
  • buvttadeapmi production, manufacturing
  • buvttagárgen product development
  • buvttagollu product cost
  • buvttajoavku product group, product family
  • buvttalaš productive
  • buvttanamma product name, name of a product
  • buvttarehket bill; invoice
  • buvttestit to bring quickly
  • buvvedat ringed plover (Charadrius hiaticula)
  • buvvodat little auk, dovekie (Alle alle)
  • byrokratiija bureaucracy
  • byrokráhtalaš bureaucratic
  • byrokráhta bureaucrat
  • C
  • cagan oystercatcher, Eurasian oystercatcher (Haematopus ostralegus)
  • cagganáigi deadline?
  • cavgileaddji prompter
  • cára czar
  • Ceavccageađge Mortensnes, Fish Oil Stone
  • cealkit to say; to state; to express
  • cealkit dearvvuođaid to send regards
  • cealkit duomu to return a verdict; to pass sentence
  • cealkit iežas eret barggus to resign from a job, to hand in notice, to give notice, to quit a job
  • cealkit sáhtu to order a ride
  • cealkit sáni to bring word, to deliver a message
  • cealkka (-lk-:ga) sentence
  • cealkkaoahppa (gč. syntáksa, syntaksa) syntax
  • cherimoija cherimoya (Annona chermiola)
  • chilibihpporat chili pepper
  • cieban rodent
  • cielahit to bad-mouth
  • cihceskuolfi Eurasian pygmy owl (Glaucidium passerinum)
  • cihrrelastavizar wood warbler (Phylloscopus sibilatrix)
  • cizášfálli merlin (Falco columbarius)
  • cizopaš Lapland longspur(?), Lapland bunting(?) (Calcarius lapponicus)
  • cuiggodit to criticize (AmE), to criticise (BrE), to censure, to reprove to reprimand, to scold; to express disapproval; to reproach, to rebuke, to reprehend; to find fault
  • culci knob; pommel
  • cummá kiss
  • cummestit to kiss
  • cuoŋo crusted snowdrift (This is a snowdrift that is crusted over enough to be able to carry weight.)
  • cuoŋománnu April
  • cuovkanit to shatter, to splinter
  • cuvket to break
  • Č
  • [A/G+] čađa all the ~ (time); through (location); by (instrument)
  • čađa [+A/G]all the ~ (time); through (location); by (instrument)
  • čađahannávvcat capacity; performance; efficiency
  • čađđa carbon(?); charcoal
  • čahca pass (between mountains)
  • čaibmat to laugh (=boagustit)
  • čakča fall, autumn
  • čakčageasi in late summer
  • čakčageassi late summer
  • čakčamánnu September
  • čakčat in the fall, in fall, in the autumn, in autumn
  • čalbmedeahkki eye muscle
  • čalbmeláse monocle
  • čalbmeláset eyeglasses, glasses
  • čalbmi eye
  • čalmmas reticulum
  • čalmmeheapme (gč. sovkkenis, sohkenis) blind
  • čalmmeheapme poor-sighted, weak-sighted, weak-eyed
  • čarkkus red-necked phalarope (Phalaropus lobatus)
  • čavggan clamp (tool)
  • Čáhcealmmái Aquarius (zod.)
  • čáhcečalbmi level (tool)
  • čáhcegárri watering trough
  • čáhcenjaman centrifuge
  • Čáhceolmmái Sámi god of the sea
  • Čáhcesuolu Vadsø (in Norwegian)
  • čáhcevuolfanas submarine
  • čáhci water
  • Čáhppe ###Blackey (name for a dog)
  • čáhppes black (adj.)
  • čáhppesbađošguškil black-tailed godwit (Limosa limosa)
  • čáhppesbihpporat black pepper
  • čáhppesbuokča Slavonian grebe (Podiceps auritus)
  • čáhppesčiksa spotted redshank (Tringa erytrophus)
  • čáhppesčoavji dunlin (Calidris alpina)
  • čáhppesčoavžžu spotted redshank (Tringa erythropus)
  • čáhppesgaccet coal tit (Parus ater)
  • čáhppesjieret black currant (Ribes nigrum)
  • čáhppesmuorji crowberry (Empetrum nigrum)
  • čáhppesrásttis common blackbird (Turdus merula)
  • čáhppesvađot bramble raspberry (BrE), blackberry (AmE) (Rubus fruticosus (Rubus suberectus Anders.))
  • čáhppat black
  • čáihmi freckle
  • čáihni three-toed woodpecker (Picoides tridactylus)
  • čájáhus exhibition, exhibit (AmE); exposition; display; show
  • čájehit to show
  • čákŋalit to hurtle in, to rush in, to burst in
  • čálalaččat in writing; in black and white; by letter
  • čálalaš written, in writing; literary
  • čáláhus print-out, printout(?)
  • čálán printer
  • čálihit [+ILL] to register for s.t.
  • čálli secretary; author, writer
  • čállin writing
  • čállinvuohki orthography
  • čállit to write
  • čállit buhttásit (gč. čállit buhttát) to write up, to make a clean copy
  • čállit buhttát (gč. čállit buhttásit) to write up, to make a clean copy
  • čállingoddi secretariat
  • čállojuvvot to be written
  • čáŋaduvvot ###
  • čáppačállin penmanship
  • čáppagirjjálašvuohta fiction
  • čáppat pretty; beautiful
  • čárvut to squeeze; to mix dough for this particular type of unleavened bread
  • čávgejuvvot ###
  • čeabát neck
  • čeabet neck
  • čeahci uncle (father's younger brother or younger, male cousin)
  • čeahpát neck
  • čeahppi skillful (AmE), skilful (BrE); adroit; adept
  • čeaksa omasum
  • čearddalašvuohta nationality
  • čearpmat reindeer calf (from its first fall to the next)
  • čearret arctic tern (Sterna paradisaea)
  • čearru reindeer owners' association(?)
  • Čeavetjávri Sevettijärvi (part of Inari in Finland)
  • čeavrris otter, Eurasian otter, Eurasian river otter (Lutra lutra)
  • Čeččenia Chechnya
  • čelččen little finger, pinkie, pinky
  • čeŋkkeš little finger, pinkie, pinky
  • čibbeskálžu kneecap
  • čibbi knee
  • ~čiegar old snow dug up by a reindeer during grazing
  • ~čiegat -cornered
  • čiegus invisible; hidden; secret (adj.)
  • čiegusvuohta secret (n.)
  • čiehgahpir "four winds hat" (the hat the man is wearing)
  • čiehkádit to hide, to conceal o.s., to hide away
  • čiehkamihtádas protractor(?)
  • čiekčá osprey (Pandion haliaetus)
  • čielga eanetlohku absolute majority
  • čielgamielkki whole milk
  • čielgat to make clear, to clarify, to elucidate
  • čielggaduvvot to become clear
  • čielgi spine, backbone, spinal column
  • čielkkis black guillemot (Cepphus grylle)
  • čieŋal deep
  • čierostit to cry a little
  • čierrá crybaby
  • čierrut to cry
  • čieruhit to make s.o. cry
  • čieža seven
  • čiežalogi seventy
  • čiežanuppelohkái seventeen
  • čihččet seventh
  • čihččii seven times
  • čihkalas zit, pimple
  • čikŋa ###jewelry? ###ornament; ###decoration
  • čikŋodat depth
  • čiksa teal, common teal (Anas crecca)
  • čilgehus explanation
  • čilgehus [+A/G+] birra explanation for s.t., explanation of s.t.
  • čilget to explain
  • čirrot to burst into tears
  • čirsa cherry
  • čižžemielkki breast milk
  • čižži breast
  • čoađgi common goldeneye, goldeneye (Bucephala clangula)
  • čoaggit to pick, to collect
  • čoahkkáigeassu abstract (n.)
  • čoahkkin meeting
  • čoahkkinlatnja meeting room; boardroom (for the board of directors)
  • čoakkáladat (gč. antologiija) compilation, collection; anthology
  • čoalbmi strait
  • čoavdda key (n.)
  • čoavddagirji book of solutions
  • čoavddasátni key word
  • čoavddus solution
  • čoavdit to solve
  • čoavdit [+A/G] to solve s.t.
  • čoavjesuvri gastric acid
  • čoavji belly, stomach
  • čoavžu ?#čoavžžu (gč. ruksesjuolčoavžžu) common redshank (Tringa totanus)
  • čohkahit to sit, to be sitting
  • Čohka-láhttá Store Latøya
  • čohkánit [+A/G+] ala to sit (down) on s.t.
  • Čohkkiras Jukkasjärvi
  • čohkkádit to sit around
  • čohkkánbargu sedentary work
  • čohkkát to sit
  • čolga spit, saliva; dribble; spittle (n.)
  • čolgadit to spit, to spit out
  • čolgat to spit, to gob (BrE, coll.)
  • čolggadit ###syljeskellä
  • čorbma fist
  • Čorgaš Nordkinn (in Finnmárku)
  • Čorgašnjárga the Nordkinn peninsula (in Finnmárku)
  • čorgejeaddji (gč. bassi) cleaner
  • čorget to clean
  • čorpmahallat [+ILL] to be beaten by someone with his or her fists
  • čotta throat
  • čovddojuvvot to be solved
  • čujuhus address
  • čukča(?) wood grouse
  • čukčá capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus)
  • čukčalaš Chukchi (person)
  • čuoččahit to stop (intrans.)
  • čuođi one hundred
  • čuođiđuhát a hundred thousand
  • čuoigat to ski (only cross-country?)
  • čuoika mosquito
  • čuoikaluvra mosquito netting
  • čuojahit to play (an instrument)
  • čuojanas instrument (musical)
  • čuokkis period, dot
  • čuolbma problem; knot
  • čuolbmagálla kohlrabi
  • Čuolejávri Tjuolisjärvi?
  • čuolggu ###
  • čuonjá bean goose (Anser fabalis)
  • čuonji greylag goose (Anser anser)
  • čuorbmi ###taitamaton
  • čuorpmasit to hail (weatherwise)
  • čuorvvas yell, shout (n.)
  • čuorvvasgávpi auction
  • čuorvvasmearka exclamation mark
  • čuovggaheapme blind
  • čuovgat light (adj.)
  • čuovgat to shine, to glow
  • čuovggahit to be able to see
  • čuovggas light (n.)
  • čuovvogolut (gč. gaskkalašgollu) indirect cost
  • čuovvovaš next
  • čuovvovaččat as follows
  • čuovža whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus)
  • čuožžut to stand
  • čurti butt, behind, buttocks
  • čuru fly (insect)
  • čurvet to yell, to shout
  • čurvo ###
  • čuvdi forefinger, index finger
  • D
  • dadjat to say
  • daddjojuvvot to be said
  • dađi [+COMP] than s.t. (comparative)
  • dađibahábut unfortunately
  • dađisdulkon (gč. simultána dulkon) simultaneous interpreting
  • dagahit to cause, to make
  • dagahit váttisvuođaid [+ill] to cause s.o./s.t. trouble
  • dahje or
  • dahje eará dakkár etcetera, etc.
  • dahjege in other words
  • dahkat (hk:g) to do, to make
  • dahkat gáhtamuša (gč. gáhtat) to regret, to rue, to feel sorry; to repent
  • dahkki doer, maker
  • dakkaviđe this instant, right away, straight away, on the spot, this very moment, at once, on the double, here and now
  • dakkár that kind, such
  • dal now
  • dalle then
  • dan dihte which is why
  • danin which is why
  • Danmárku Denmark
  • danne for this reason, this is why
  • darvánit to get stuck, to stick, to get caught, to cling to
  • dasa thither
  • dasa lássin in addition
  • [A/G+] dassái ~ ago
  • dasto then
  • dat ###
  • datni tin (metal)
  • davvebiegga northerly (wind)
  • davvelastavizar arctic warbler (Phylloscopus borealis)
  • Davvenásti the North Star
  • Davvenjárga (gč. Davvinjárga, Nordkáhppa) Nordkapp (in Norwegian)
  • davvenuorti northeast
  • davveoarji northwest
  • Davvesiida Lebesby (municipality in Norway)
  • davvi north
  • Davvi-Amerihkká North America
  • Davviluokta Gulf of Bothnia
  • Davvinjárga (gč. Davvenjárga, Nordkáhppa) Nordkapp (in Norwegian)
  • Davviriikkaid ráđđi the Nordic Council
  • davviriikkalaš Nordic
  • dá (gč. dás) here (in this place)
  • dábálaš general; usual, normal
  • dábálaš golut overhead, general expenses, overhead expenses, overhead costs
  • dábálaš lingivistihkka general linguistics
  • dábálaččat usually, normally
  • dádjut (dj:j) ###hassutella, taajoa
  • dáđvesonahat anthrax
  • dáđvi (gč. dávdi) spleen
  • [A/G+] dáfus as far as s.o. is concerned
  • dáhpa defeat, loss
  • dáhpa [+ILL] defeat for s.o.
  • dáhpáhus event
  • dáhpáhuvvat to happen, to occur
  • dáhttut [+A/G+] [+INF] to ask s.t. to do s.t.
  • Dáibaravuotna Mårøyfjord
  • dáidat [+INF] may do s.t.
  • dáidda art
  • dáiddaakademiija art academy
  • dáiddaávnnas art form
  • dáiddabargu (gč. dáiddadagus, dáiddaduodji) artwork
  • dáiddačájáhus art exhibition, art exhibit
  • dáiddačeahppi (gč. dáidár, dáiddár) artist
  • dáiddačiŋaheapmi ###
  • dáiddačoakkáldat art collection
  • dáiddadagus (gč. dáiddabargu, dáiddaduodji) artwork
  • dáiddadáhphus art event
  • dáiddadoaibmagoddi art committee?
  • dáiddadovddi art expert
  • dáiddaduodji (gč. dáiddabargu, dáiddadagus) artwork
  • dáiddahistorjá art history (n.)
  • dáiddahistorjjálaš art-history (adj.)
  • dáiddakonserváhtor art conservator
  • dáiddakuráhtor art curator
  • dáiddalaš artistic
  • dáiddalaš hoavda (gč. dáiddalaš jođiheaddji) artistic director
  • dáiddalaš jođiheaddji (gč. dáiddalaš hoavda) artistic director
  • dáiddamusea art museum
  • dáiddasuorgi art speciality?
  • dáiddavuorká art ###?
  • dáidár (gč. dáiddár, dáiddačeahppi) artist
  • dáiddár (gč. dáidár, dáiddačeahppi) artist
  • dáigi dough
  • dáigibuvtta ###
  • dákti bone; hard seed (like the ones in cloudberries)
  • dál now
  • Dálkedoeđalágádus Finnish Meteorological Institute
  • dálki weather
  • dállu house; farm
  • dálolaš ###talollinen
  • dállu house, building; farm
  • dálueamit ###
  • dálvebiepmut food sacked away for winter
  • dálvegápmagat ###talvijalkineet
  • dálveluoddabálvalus ###talvikunnossapito
  • dálvemáđidja winter road (forestry?)
  • dálveruoivil twite (Carduelis flavirostris)
  • dálvesiivu winter weather conditions
  • dálvet in the winter, in winter
  • dálvi winter
  • dálvvit (gč. vilgessoadjaskávli) Iceland gull (Larus glaucoides)
  • dámpa ship; vessel, craft
  • dán dálvve this winter
  • dán giđa this spring
  • dán jagi this year
  • dán vahku this week
  • dán vahkus this week
  • dánmárkolaš Danish (adj.)
  • Dánmárku Denmark
  • dánskkagiella Danish (language)
  • dánsut to dance
  • dápmot brown trout (Salmo trutta)
  • dáppe here (in this place)
  • dárbbašit to need
  • dárbbašlaš necessary
  • dárbu [+INF] the need to do s.t.
  • dárkkačállin (gč. transkripšuvdna) transcription
  • dárogiella Norwegian (language)
  • dárogillii in Norwegian
  • dárostit to speak Norwegian
  • dárustit to speak Norwegian
  • dás (gč. dá) here (in this place)
  • dássážii until now
  • dásseárvu equality
  • dássemolsašupmi ###?consonant gradation
  • dásset to balance, to stabilize (AmE), to stabilise (BrE)
  • dásseváldi (gč. republihkka) republic
  • dássi level
  • ?dássu quality
  • dát this
  • dávda disease, sickness, disorder
  • dávdamearka (gc. dovdomearka, symptoma) symptom (n.)
  • dávdesonahat anthrax
  • dávdi (gč. dáđvi) spleen
  • dávjá often
  • dávvir stuff, things, goods; treasure
  • dáža Norwegian, non-Sámi
  • dážaluvvat to become Norwegian; to trade in Sámi values
  • db tsp
  • de yes
  • de now; then
  • deaddileapmi edition, issue, printing; version
  • deadja tea (made)
  • deadjabaste teaspoon
  • deahttuhit to emphasize, to stress, to underline
  • deajat tea (raw material)
  • deaksta text
  • deakstabordin text write-up, composing of a text
  • dealljá (gč. ruoššanjuorju) harp seal (Pagophilus groenlandicus)
  • dearppanasat percussion
  • dearvan healthily
  • dearvvahit to greet
  • dearvvasvuohta (gč. dearvvašvuohta) health
  • dearvvašvuođabálvalus health services
  • dearvvašvuođaiguin Sincerely, Best regards (in a letter)
  • dearvvašvuođasuorgi ###
  • dearvvašvuohta (gč. dearvvasvuohta)health
  • dearvvašvuohtaeiseválddit the health authorities
  • Deatnu Tana (municipality in Norway)
  • Deatnu Teno (river)
  • deattán nightmare
  • deattoheapme unstressed
  • deattoheapmi unstressed
  • deaŧalaš important
  • deaŧalažžan importantly
  • Deatnu Tana (town)
  • Deatnu Teno (river)
  • deavdit to fill out
  • definišuvdna definition
  • dego as; as though, as if; like
  • dehálaš important
  • dehálašvuohta importance
  • dehálažžan importantly
  • deike to here, hither
  • delegašuvdna delegation
  • demokratiija democracy
  • demokráhtalaččat democratically
  • demokráhtalaš democratic
  • demokráhtta democrat
  • deprešuvdna depression
  • derpmoš sand martin (Riparia riparia)
  • diabetes (gč. sohkardávda) diabetes
  • diagrámma diagram
  • dialeakta (gč. suopman) dialect
  • diamanttasuorpmas diamond ring
  • dieđa science
  • dieđalaš scientific
  • dieđihanhoavda Director of Communications
  • dieđihit to announce; to inform; to notify; to report
  • dieđusge of course
  • dieđut data
  • diehko there, thither (to the place)
  • diehppegálla cauliflower
  • diehtit to know
  • diehtočálus publication
  • diehtogieđahallan data processing, data-processing
  • diehtorihkolašvuohta ###
  • diehtovallji ###instruktiv
  • diehtovuođđoprográmma database program
  • diehtovuođđu database
  • diehtti predictor, diviner, ugur, prognosticator, seer, prophet; wiseman
  • diehtu information; knowledge
  • dieinna lágiin in this way, so that
  • Dielddanuorri Tjeldsund (municipality in Norway)
  • dielkoduvvá common wood pigeon, wood pigeon (Columba palumbus)
  • diellu ###pouch?
  • dienas earnings
  • diesel diesel
  • dieselmohtor diesel engine
  • dieselolju diesel fuel, ###diesel oil?
  • diet that (close to the person being talked to)
  • dievasčoahkkin plenary session, plenary assembly
  • dievasčoahkkinmearrádus plenum decision
  • dievaslaš plenary; complete (adj.)
  • dievaslašvuohta perfection; inclusiveness; completeness, totality
  • dievasmahttit to supplement; to complement; to replenish, to augment
  • dievasmeahttun imperfect
  • dievdu man
  • dievdduid hivsset men's restroom
  • dievva full; inflated
  • dievvat to fill up
  • dievvá ###mound
  • diftoŋga diphthong
  • digaštallan discussion(?), debate
  • digitala digital
  • dihkki louse
  • [A/G+] dihte because of s.t., for s.t.
  • dihtomielalaččat ###
  • dihtor computer
  • dihtorbiebmu input (computer)
  • dihtorčollu output (computer)
  • dihtorterminála computer terminal
  • dihtosivva diagnosis
  • dihtti Eurasian sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus)
  • dii you (pl.)
  • diibmá last year
  • diibmoáigi time, clock time
  • diibmobálká hourly wages
  • diibmobealle (gč. diibmobealli) half-hour (adj.); half hour (adv.)
  • diibmobealli (gč. diibmobealle) half-hour (adj.); half hour (adv.)
  • diibmoviissaid for hours on end
  • diibmu clock; hour
  • diila brick; diamond (cards)
  • diilageađgi brick
  • diimás (gč. diimáſis) ###
  • diimá ###
  • diimáš ###
  • diimáſii ###
  • diimáſis (gč. diimás) ###
  • diksu (gč. juksu) haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus)
  • diksugutnar little auk, dovekie (Alle alle)
  • dikšut ###
  • dikta poem
  • diktačálli (gč. diktár) poet
  • diktačoakkáldat anthology (of poems)
  • diktajuolgi foot (in a poem)
  • diktamihttu meter (in a poem)
  • diktár (gč. diktačálli) poet
  • dikteren dictation
  • dikterenmašiidna dictaphone
  • dikteret to dictate
  • diktet to write poetry
  • dilálašvuohta opportunity
  • dilla dill
  • din your, yours (pl.)
  • dinet to earn
  • diŋgot to order, to make an order; to book, to reserve
  • diplomáhtalaš diplomatic
  • disdaga on Tuesday
  • disdat Tuesday
  • diskeahtta disk
  • diskeahttastašuvdna disk drive
  • distaga on Tuesday
  • disttat Tuesday
  • dissertašuvdna dissertation
  • divga (small) bell
  • Divrrát Dyrøy (municipality in the county of Troms)
  • divri ###
  • Divttasvuotna Tysfjord (Norway)
  • do over there, yonder (archaic)
  • doaba concept; construct; idea
  • doabalaš conceptual, abstract
  • doahkki crowd, bevy, horde, droves (people); flock (people, birds); swarm; covey; gaggle (geese)
  • doai you two (dual)
  • doaibma (gč.funkšuvdna) function
  • doaibmabadji term (in office)
  • doaibmajođiheaddji managing director, general manager, CEO (=chief executive officier), president, executive director
  • doaibmat to function, to operate, to work, to run; to act, to officiate, to play; to serve
  • doaibmat [+ESS] to act as s.t.
  • doaibmaviidodat range (e.g. planes, torpedos, etc.)
  • doaibmi ~ doammi? ### (F)
  • doaimmaheaddji reporter (F)
  • doaimmahit to deliver
  • doaimmalaš efficient; effective; active; industrious, hard-working; energetic
  • doaivut to believe (W); to hope (E)
  • doallat sártni to preach
  • doalvut to take; to take away
  • doaŋgat stiff
  • doarjja grant(n.)
  • doarjut to support, to back; to endorse; to side with
  • doardna tower
  • doarridit to pursue, to chase
  • ###doarrideaddji pursuer, chaser
  • doarru fight; battle; struggle
  • Doasku Torsken (municipality in the county of Troms)
  • doavhli blister
  • doavki dumb, stupid
  • doavttir doctor
  • doggi abomasum
  • dohkkehit to approve; to accept
  • dohko there, thither (to the place)
  • dohppa sheath
  • dokumeantafilbma documentary
  • dolat (gč. riššasággi, riššat) matches
  • dolin in the old days, in days of yore, in olden times
  • dolgi feather
  • dolkat to get bored
  • dolkat [+LOC] to get bored of (doing) s.t.
  • dolkkihit [+LOC] to get bored of (doing) s.t. all of a sudden
  • dolla fire; campfire; bonfire (stuorra dolla)
  • dollavárrečollun eruption (volcano)
  • dollavárri volcano
  • dollavovdna train (archaic word for juná (F), toga (N, S))
  • dollár dollar
  • dollestit to stop for a while
  • dollet to confiscate
  • don you (sg.)
  • doŋgárbuvssat jeans
  • doppe there (in the place)
  • dorkkas fur?
  • dorski cod (Gadus morhua)
  • Dorvonjárga ###
  • dorvoohcci asylum seeker
  • dorvvastit [+ILL] ###turvata jhk
  • dorvvolašvuohta safety, security
  • dovdameahttun unknown
  • dovdat to feel; to recognize, to know
  • dovddahit to state, to say
  • dovdda sense
  • dovddaorgána sense organ, sensory organ
  • dovdomearka (gc. symptoma, dávdamearka) symptom (n.)
  • dovddus known, well-known, famous
  • dovtta black-throated diver (Gavia arctica)
  • dramáhtalaš dramatic
  • dronnet queen
  • du your, yours (sg.)
  • duála (gč. guvttiidlohku) dual (in linguistics)
  • dubmehallat [+INF] to be sentenced to do s.t.
  • dubmet to sentence, to condemn, to convict; to award
  • dubmet [+ACC+] [+INF] to sentence s.o. to do s.t.
  • duddjot to do handicrafts tehdä käsityötä
  • dudno your, yours (dual)
  • duhát one thousand
  • duhkoras- make-believe; play-
  • duhpáhastigoahtit to start to smoke
  • duhpáhastin :m smoking
  • duhpáhastit to smoke
  • duhpát tobacco
  • duhpátfitnodat tobacco company
  • duhpátindustriija tobacco industry
  • duhpátskáhppu carton of cigarettes
  • duhtat [+ILL] to be satisfied with s.t.; to content onenself with s.t.; to abide by s.t.; to accept s.t., to settle for s.t.; to acquiesce
  • duhtavaš satisfied, content, contented, pleased; complacent
  • duhtavaš [+ILL] satisfied with s.t., content with s.t., pleased with s.t.
  • Duiska Germany
  • dukta fertilizer (AmE), fertiliser (BrE), manure (usually only for organic fertilizers)
  • duktet to fertilize (AmE), to fertilise (BrE)
  • duksalanjadat condo, condominium
  • duldenčuokkis boiling point; fever pitch
  • dulka (gč. tulka) interpreter
  • dulkabálvalus interpreting services
  • dulkojupmi (gč. dulkon) interpreting
  • dulkon (gč. dulkojupmi) interpreting
  • dulkot to interpret
  • dulvadit to regulate the flow of water, to dam, to dam up; to make flood, to flood (trans.)
  • dulvaduvvon jávri resevoir
  • duo over there, yonder (in that place)
  • duodji handicraft
  • duođaštus proof
  • duođaštus [+ILL] proof of s.t.
  • duogás background
  • [A/G+] duogás behind s.t.
  • [A/G+] duohkái behind s.t.
  • duohta ášši (gč. fáktum) fact
  • duohtavuohki (gč. indikatiiva) indicative (in linguistics)
  • duohtavuohta truth
  • duolba even, smooth; flat
  • duolbajeagil arctic kidney lichen (Nephrona arcticum)
  • duollet dálle now and then, every now and again, now and again, on and off, from time to time
  • duollji reindeer pelt
  • duollu frost
  • duollu (gč. tuollu) Customs
  • duolluid dálluid every once in a while, every so often, once in a while, on and off, every now and then, every now and again
  • duolmman pedal
  • duopma (gč. ávža) European bird cherry (Prunus padus)
  • duopmamuorji (gč. ávžamuorji) the fruit of the European bird cherry
  • duopmár referee, judge, "ref" (sports)
  • duopmosotnabeaivi the last Sunday in the church year
  • duopmu sentence, judgement; decision, decree, verdict
  • duorastaga on Thursday
  • duorastat Thursday
  • duordni sea buckthorn (Hippophaë rhamnoides)
  • Duortnus Tornio
  • duortnuslaš a person living in/from tornio
  • duoršu mallard (Anas platyrhynchos)
  • duostat to dare, to lack the courage
  • duottar tundra; fjeld, fjell
  • duovdda scenery; area, region, district; (coll.) neck of the woods
  • duppalgeardde eanet go twice as much as
  • Durnuseatnu ###Tornionjoki
  • durkkaduvvá Eurasian collared dove, collared dove (Streptopelia decaocto)
  • dustejeaddji ?catcher (sports)
  • dušše only
  • dutkamuš research, investigation, study
  • dutkaruhta ###tutkimusraha
  • dutki researcher, investigator; scientist; scholar
  • duvka tablecloth
  • duvle ###taannoin
  • duvvá feral pigeon (?)
  • dynamihtta dynamite
  • E
  • eaba they do not (dual)
  • eadnebealli stepmother
  • eadneriika mother country
  • eadni mother
  • eadnivuohta motherhood
  • eahkedis (gč. eahkes) in the evening
  • eahkes (gč. eahkedis) in the evening
  • eahket evening
  • eahki uncle (father's older brother)
  • eahpe~ un~, dis~, non~, in~, im~
  • eahpečielggas unclear
  • eahpedábálaš unusual
  • eahpedahkes skeptical (AmE), sceptical (BrE)
  • eahpedemokráhtalaččat undemocratically
  • eahpedemokráhtalaš undemocratical, undemocratic
  • eahpediehtu uncertainty
  • eahpedoaivu desperation, despair, despondence, despondency
  • eahpedorvvu insecurity
  • eahpeformálalaš informal (not formal, official)
  • eahpegulolaš disobedient, unruly, insubordinate
  • eahpeipmil idol, false god, graven image, heathen god
  • eahpeosku disbelief, incredulity; unbelief (rel.)
  • eahperehalaš dishonest; unfair
  • eahpesihkar uncertain, doubtful, dubious; unsure
  • eahpevirggálaš unofficial
  • eahpidit to hesitate, to hang back, to waver, to falter, to waffle, to wobble; to suspect
  • eahppel apple
  • eahppi you do not (dual)
  • eai they do not (plural)
  • eaiggát owner
  • eakti real, genuine
  • eaktodáhtolaš voluntary
  • eaktu clause
  • ealáhat retirement
  • ealáhat olmmoš retiree, pensioner
  • ealáhatruhta pension
  • ealán (gč. orgánisma) organism, life form
  • eale dearvan ###voi hyvin
  • ealga elk (in Europe), moose (in N.America) (Alces alces)
  • ealggabivdu elk hunting (in Europe), moose hunting (in N.America)
  • ealli animal
  • eallin life
  • eallit to live
  • eallu (a herd of hundreds of reindeer)
  • eamiálbmot an indigenous person
  • eamit wife
  • eana ground, earth; land
  • Eana- ja meahccedoalloministeriija (F) Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry
  • eanadoallu agriculture, farming
  • eanahearrá governor (of a county)
  • eanamuorji (gč. eananmuorji) strawberry
  • eanandoallu agriculture, farming
  • Eanangottiid lihtut Regional Councils
  • eananmuorji (gč. eanamuorji) strawberry
  • eanaohcci explorer
  • eanaspábba globe, the Earth
  • eanádat ###enemmist÷
  • eanemus the most of all
  • eanemuš the most of all
  • eanet [+pl.] more s.t.
  • eanet go more than
  • eanetlohku majority
  • Eanodat Enontekiö
  • eanu uncle (mother's brother)
  • eaŋasgiella English (language)
  • eaŋalsgiella English (language)
  • eaŋgal angel
  • eara go other than
  • eará different; various; separate
  • earán errand
  • earenoamážit particularly, especially
  • earret eará [=ee.] among others
  • earrosáhka farewell speech
  • easka just, recently
  • easkka ládje just, recently
  • eastadit to prevent, to hinder, to inhibit, to keep
  • eastadit [+LOC.] to prevent from doing s.t., to keep from doing s.t.
  • eatnigiella mother tongue
  • eatnu a big river
  • eattahit to lose one's temper, to get angry, to get cross
  • eavru mountain sorrel (Otyria digyna)
  • e-boasta (gč. e-poasta, šleađgapoasta) e-mail
  • e-boastačujuhus (gč. šleađgapoastačujuhus, e-poastačujuhus) e-mail address
  • e-poasta (gč. šleađgapoasta, e-boasta) e-mail
  • e-poastačujuhus (gč. e-boastačujuhus, šleađgapoastačujuhus) e-mail address
  • Ecuador Ecuador
  • ednet to ground (AmE), to earth (BrE)
  • ee. [=earret eará] among others
  • Efendákkiriddu the Ivory Coast
  • effektiiva effective
  • ###Egypta Egypt
  • ehtemas box whortleberry (Vaccnium uliginosum)
  • eiseválddit the authorities
  • eiseváldi the authorities
  • ekologiija ecology
  • ekonomalaš economic; financial
  • ekonomiija economy; economics(?)
  • ekoturisma ecotourism
  • eksámen test, examen
  • eksperimentála experimental
  • elatiiva elative
  • elegiija elegy
  • ekologiija ecology
  • elektrihkkir electrician
  • elektrisitehta electricity
  • elektroda electrode
  • elektronihkka electronics
  • Elfendákkiriddu the Ivory Coast
  • energiija energy
  • Englánda England
  • Enodat Enontekiö
  • eŋgel angel
  • eŋgelasgiella English (language)
  • epidemiija epidemic (n.)
  • epihkka epic poetry
  • eppel apple
  • eppelmuorra apple tree
  • eppelnjuvddus applesauce
  • erekšuvdna erection
  • erenoamaš unique; special
  • erenomážit particularly, especially
  • eret away; minus
  • eret [+LOC.] away from s.t.
  • erohus difference
  • erttetdákti rib
  • eske a moment ago, just now, only just, just recently
  • essea essay
  • essiiva essive
  • Estlánda Estonia
  • esttegiella Estonian (language)
  • etnalaš ethnic
  • etnihkalaš ethnic
  • etnihkalaš identitehta ethnic identity
  • etymologiija etymology
  • etymologiijalaš etymological
  • eufemisma euphemism
  • Eurohpa Europe
  • Eurohpa kommišuvnna guovlo- ja ráhkaduspolitihka váldoossodat European Commission, Directorate General for Regional and Structural Policy
  • eurohpalaš European
  • Eurohpá Europe
  • eurohpálaš European
  • Eurohpá Uniovdna the European Union
  • Evenášši Evenes (a municipality in the county of Nordland)
  • evre tax unit; öre
  • evttohas candidate
  • evttohit to suggest
  • evttohit [+INF] to suggest that s.t. be done
  • evttohit [+AHTE] to suggest that
  • evttolas conditional; probation
  • F

  • fabrihkka factory
  • fahkon killer whale (Orcinus orca)
  • fal but (in a negative sentence); on the contrary
  • falástallan sports, athletics; sport
  • falástalli athlete
  • faláštallan sports, athletics; sport
  • faláštalli athlete
  • fanas boat
  • fanatihkalaš (gč. fanáhtalaš) fanatic (adj.)
  • fanatihkar fanatic (n.)
  • fanáhtalaš (gč. fanatihkalaš) fanatic (adj.)
  • fantastihkalaš (gč. fantásttalaš) fantastic
  • fantásttalaš (gč. fantastihkalaš) fantastic
  • farga soon
  • fargga soon
  • farmaseuta pharmacist, druggist (AmE), chemist (BrE)
  • fas again
  • fasána pheasant
  • fastit nastily, dirtily; improperly
  • fastodat ugliness
  • fašisma fascism
  • fašista fascist (n.)
  • fašistlalaš fascist (adj.)
  • fábel fable
  • fáddá theme(?); idea
  • fága ###
  • fágagirji non-fiction book?
  • fágalaš###
  • fáhcca mitten
  • fáhccabealle one mitten of a pair
  • fáhkkestaga all of a sudden
  • fákta guard, watchman; watch
  • fáktum (gč. duohta ášši) fact
  • Fálá Kvaløya
  • Fálesnuorri Kvalsund
  • fális (gč. bossu) whale
  • fálka blubber
  • Fállevuotna Valfjord
  • fálli (gč. bárbmofálli) ###peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus)
  • fámolaš effective; active; working; valid; legally effective
  • fánga prisoner
  • fápmolágádus power station, power plant
  • fápmu power; force; strength, might
  • leat fámus to be in force, to be valid, to hold, to be in effect; to be open
  • fárppa barrel
  • fárrenlihkadus migration
  • fárrentáhpa net emigration
  • fárret to move (place of residence)
  • fárret [+ILL] to move someplace (place of residence)
  • fársa farce
  • fásta permanent
  • fásta girdinlinjjá regular air route
  • fástu fast (n.)
  • fáttar (gč. ristáhnen) godparent
  • fávnnadávgi ###the Big Dipper, the Plough
  • fávru beauty, belle (n.)
  • fávru beautiful, fair; good-looking, bonny (ScotE.); pretty; comely (arch.), handsome (arch.) (adj.)
  • FBG (friijabuollingoddi) volunteer fire-brigade
  • feaila error, fault, flaw, defect; imperfection; mistake; lapse; bobble
  • feailla váldit (gč. feilet) to be incorrect, to be mistaken, to be wrong, to be at fault, to be in error, to err; to mistake, to misjudge; to commit an error
  • feaillalaš wrong, incorrect; faulty, flawed, defective, erroneous; imperfect; mistaken, misguided, misconceived; corrupt; inaccurate; false
  • fealga ###
  • feanrihkka second lieutenant?
  • feara gii whoever; anybody, anyone
  • feara mii a little bit of this, a little bit of that; whatever
  • fearagiella Faroese (language)
  • feardna ###
  • fearga (gč. fearja) ferry
  • fearga paint
  • fearja (gč. fearga) ferry
  • Fearsullot the Faroe Islands
  • Fearsulluid olmmoš Faroese (n.)
  • feaskkir vestibule, entryway
  • feastalaš festive
  • feasta feast; fest; party
  • feastit to haul, to lug, to drag; to tow; to cart
  • feastonuohttefanas trawler
  • feastonuohtti trawl
  • feber fever
  • feilet (gč. feailla váldit) to be incorrect, to be mistaken, to be wrong, to be at fault, to be in error, to err; to mistake, to misjudge; to commit an error
  • feminisma feminism
  • feminista feminist (n.)
  • feministtalaš feminist (adj.)
  • fenihkkal fennel (Foeniculum vulgare)
  • fenomena phenomenon (pl: phenomena)
  • feodalisma feudalism
  • feodalista feudalist
  • feodála feudal, feudalistic
  • feodálaortnet feudal system
  • ferdnet to mince, to grind
  • ferot ready (adj.)
  • ferot [+PASS.INF] ready to do s.t.
  • fertet [+INF] to have to do s.t.
  • festivála festival
  • fidjol harmonica, mouth-organ (BrE), mouth-harp
  • fidnu project, enterprise, venture, undertaking
  • fiellosahá ###?circular saw, board saw?
  • fierán (R) rolling pin
  • fierbmi net
  • Fierca Aries
  • fierpmádat network(?)
  • fierra a roll of braided hay to be used in Sámi shoes (goikkehit)
  • fiertobeaivi###
  • fiervá ###
  • fierváviroš purple sandpiper (Calidris maritima)
  • fievru vehicle
  • figuvra figure
  • fihten (gč. huitu) whiting (Merlangius merlangus)
  • fihtolaš (gč. fitmat) clever, astute; intelligent, smart, sharp
  • fiiber fiber (AmE), fibre (BrE)
  • fiila file (computers)
  • fiilu file (tool)
  • fijuvla violin, fiddle
  • fikšuvdna fiction
  • fiktiiva fictive
  • filbma film
  • filbmet to film
  • fillet to cheat, to con, to double-cross, to swindle, to hoax, to trick, to take in, to screw, to screw over; to play a trick on s.o.; to fool, to deceive; to lure
  • filologiija philology
  • filosofalaš philosophical, philosophic
  • filosofi philosopher
  • filosofiija philosophy
  • finnmárkolaš person from Finnmárku
  • Finnmárku Finnmark (in Norwegian) map
  • firbmá company, firm
  • firkkal apron
  • fiskes yellow
  • fiskesbeštor grey-headed wagtail (?)
  • fiskescihci yellowhammer (Emberiza citrinella)
  • fiskesgaccet great tit (Parus major)
  • fiskesjeagil ?Flavocetraria nivalis(Cetraria nivalis)
  • fiskesjievžžan icterine warbler (Hippolais icterina)
  • fitmat (gč. fihtolaš) clever, astute; intelligent, smart, sharp
  • fitnat to visit; to come over
  • fitnat [+A/G+] geahčen to visit s.o.'s house
  • fitnodat company, firm
  • fitnodatdoalli ###
  • fitnovihkeoadju (gč. fitnovihkeruhta) occupational injury benefit
  • fitnovihkeruhta (gč. fitnovihkeoadju) occupational injury benefit
  • flamiŋgo flamingo
  • flánel flannel
  • flöita (gč. fleita) flute (musical instrument)
  • foanta (gč. fonta) font
  • fobiija phobia
  • fonetihkalaš phonetic
  • fonologiija (gč. jietnadatoahppu) phonology
  • fonta (gč. foanta) font
  • formalisma formalism
  • formateret to format
  • Frankriika France
  • Fráŋkriika (gč. Ránska) France
  • fránskalaš French
  • friddja free
  • friddjastiilla freestyle, free-style
  • friddjavuođareive charter (n.)
  • friddjavuohta freedom
  • friija free
  • friijabuollingoddi (FBG) volunteer fire-brigade
  • frottea terry, terry cloth
  • fruktagávppašeaddji fruit dealer
  • fundamentálisma fundamentalism
  • funkšuvdna (gč. doaibma) function
  • fuobmát to notice
  • fuolkegiella related language, cognate language
  • fuolki relative
  • FUOMÁŠ! NB!
  • fuomášit to notice
  • fuos eret! shoo! go away! (only when talking to dogs)
  • fylka county, province
  • fylkkagielda ###
  • fylkkaluodda county road(?)
  • fylkkamánni ### (N)
  • fysihkalaš (gč. fysikalá) physical
  • fysihkka physics
  • fysikalá (gč. fysihkalaš) physical
  • fysiologalaš physiologic, physiological
  • fysioterapiija physiotheraphy
  • G
  • gaccepaš Siberian tit (Parus cinctus)
  • gađašvuohta jealousy, envy
  • gahperbáiski black-headed gull (Larus ridibundus)
  • gahpermuorji red raspberry, raspberry (Rubus idaeus)
  • gahpervizar blackcap (Sylvia atricapilla)
  • gahpir cap
  • gahtti (gč. snaidda) ringed seal (Phoca hispida)
  • gaibagahpir cap (hat)
  • gaifát to stare
  • gait all
  • gait buoremus the best
  • gal truly (a word used to strengthen an expression)
  • galgat [+INF] to have to do s.t.
  • gallánit ###kyltyä
  • gall'áigge? at what time?
  • galle [+A/G] how many?
  • galle áigge? (gč. man áigge?) at what time?
  • galle jagi how many years
  • gallehuvvon saturated (i.e. fats)
  • gallehuvvot to be saturated
  • gallekeahtes unsaturated (i.e. fats)
  • galleriija gallery
  • galvaniseret to galvanize (AmE), to galvanise (BrE)
  • gapmu instinct
  • garaša garage
  • garahit (gč. gárvvihit) to peel
  • garahanruovdi (gč. gárvvihanruovdi) potato peeler (electronic/automatic)
  • garáša garage
  • garjá carrion crow (Corvus corone)
  • garrasit much, a great deal; loud (adj.)
  • garrasit loudly; forte
  • garraskearru hard drive, hard disk, hard disk drive
  • garrudit (gč. riehtudit) to swear, to curse, to use foul language, to cuss (intransitive)
  • garuhit to swear, to curse, to damn (transitive)
  • gaskaahki middle age
  • Gaska-Amerihkká Central America
  • gaskaárvu average; mean (n.)
  • gaskaárvvu mielde (gč. gaskamearálažžat) on average; an average of
  • gaskabeaivi noon
  • gaskaboddosaš temporary
  • gaskaidja midnight
  • gaskaijabeaivváš midnight sun
  • leat gaskal [+A/G+] ja [+A/G] to be caught in the middle between s.o. and s.o. (in a fight)
  • gaskaleamos middlemost, midmost
  • gaskamearálaš average; mean (adj.)
  • gaskamearálažžat (gč. gaskaárvvu mielde) on average; an average of
  • gaskasuorbma middle finger
  • gaskavahkku Wednesday
  • gaskavahku on Wednesday
  • gaskkadat interval
  • gaskkalaš ###
  • gaskkalaš buvttadangollu ###indirect production cost, indirect cost of production
  • gaskkalašgollu (gč. čuovvogolut) indirect cost
  • gaskkamuddu half-time
  • [A/G+] gaskkamuttos midway through X, halfway through X; midway between X, halfway between X
  • gaskkas common juniper (Juniperus communis)
  • gaskkasmuorji juniper berry (Juniperus communis)
  • [A/G+] gaskkas among X, amidst X
  • gaskkustit ###to express oneself?
  • gassačoalli large intestine, colon
  • gavjanjammi vacuum cleaner
  • Gaza Gaza
  • gazzareabbá crab, edible crab (Cancer pagurus)
  • gažaldat question
  • gažaldatpronomen (gč. interrogatiivapronomen) interrogative pronoun
  • gáddebiroš common sandpiper (Actitis hypoleucos)
  • ?Gádde-Iččát Rolvsøy
  • gáddi beach; shore
  • gáddit to believe (E); to suspect (W)
  • Gáddoluokta Kandalakša (Кандалакша:Russia)
  • gáddu the back of the knee (Lat. Fossa poplitea)
  • gádnu pitcher, jug
  • gáđaš jealous; envious
  • gáđaštit to be jealous; to envy
  • gáđaštit [+A/G] to be jealous of s.o.; to envy s.o.
  • gáđaštit [+LOC+] [+ACC.] to be jealous of s.o. for s.t.; to envy s.o. because of s.t.
  • gáđašvuohta jealousy; envy
  • gáfet coffee grounds
  • gáffal (gč. káffal) fork
  • gáffaltrukka forklift
  • gáffe coffee
  • gáhkkenbulvarat baking powder
  • gáhkket to make Sámi unleavened breads
  • gáhkkobožan cake spreader
  • gáhkkočikŋa cake decoration
  • gáhkkodeavda cake filling
  • gáhkkofáhtta cake platter
  • gáhkkofoarbma cake pan
  • gáhkkojuvla pastry cutter
  • gáhkkor red-throated diver (Gavia stellata)
  • gáhkkosággi cake tester
  • gáhkkospoađđu cake spatula, cake server
  • gáhkku cake; Sámi unleavened bread
  • gáhta (gč. gáhtta) street
  • gáhtagalba street sign
  • gáhtamuš regret; repentabce; penitence; contrition; remorse; penance
  • dahkat gáhtamuša to regret; to repent; to do penance
  • gáhtanalorosteapmi ?###curb-side parking
  • gáhtanáigeláhka ###
  • gáhtanáigemearri (gč. gáhtanáigi) ###
  • gáhtanáigi (gč. gáhtanáigemearri) ###
  • gáhtat (gč. dahkat gáhtamuša) to regret, to rue, to feel sorry; to repent
  • gáhtir flipper
  • gáhtta (gč. gáhta) street
  • gáhttoskálžu winkle
  • gáhttu roof
  • gáibádus demand
  • gáibi chin; jaw
  • gáibidit to demand
  • gáibidit [+ILL] to demand s.t.
  • gáibidit vástui [+A/G] to make s.o. answer for s.t., to make s.o. responsible for s.t.
  • gáibmi ###kaima
  • gáica goat
  • gáiccamuorji red raspberry, raspberry (Rubus idaeus)
  • gáiru great black-backed gull (Larus marinus)
  • gáivo well
  • Gáivuotna Kåfjord
  • gájanas echo
  • gákti a kind of outer garment that is worn by the Sámi. The design and patterns differ from area to area.
  • gálašit to wade; to go swimming(?)
  • gáldu source
  • gálja (gč. gálljin) sleet
  • gálla cabbage
  • leat gálljimis to be clear (sky)
  • gálljin (gč. gálja) sleet
  • gállot a shoe made out of hide taken from the head of a reindeer
  • gállu forehead; the hide from the head of a reindeer
  • Gálsa Karlsøy (municipality in the county of Troms)
  • gálvobiila van
  • gálvofanas freighter, cargo vessel
  • gálvu stuff
  • gáma shoe
  • gámagávppi shoestore
  • gánda boy
  • ###gánis (gč. gátnis) sacrum, sacral bone
  • Gáŋgaviika Gamvik (municipality in Norway)
  • gáranas common raven, raven (Corvus corax)
  • gáranasruitu sea urchin (Echinoidea)
  • Gárasavvon Karesuando, Karesuvanto
  • Gáregasnjárga Karigasniemi
  • gárgádusjahki leap year
  • gárgidit to escape
  • gárggogoalsi smew (Mergellus albellus)
  • gárrenmirkogeavaheapme ###
  • Gárrenmirkodirektorahta The Norwegian Directorate for the Prevention of Alcohol and Drug Problems
  • gárvvihit (gč. garahit) to peel potatoes or turnips
  • gárvvihanruovdi (gč. garahanruovdi) potato peeler (electronic/automatic)
  • gárvodit to get dressed, to dress, to put one's clothes on
  • gásaduolmman accelerator, pedal
  • gáskaahki middle age
  • gáskamearalaš average (adj.)
  • gáskamearalaččat on average
  • gáskamearálaš average (adj.)
  • gáskamearálaččat on average
  • Gásluokta Kjøpsvik (part of the municipality of Tysfjord in Norway)
  • gássa gas (not for cars, cf. bensiidna)
  • gássa (gč. kássa) box
  • ###gátnis (gč. gánis) sacrum, sacral bone
  • ~gáttis by, at, beside
  • gávccát eighth
  • gávcci eight
  • gávccilogi eighty
  • gávccinuppelogát eighteenth
  • gávccinuppelohkái eighteen
  • gávdnat to find; to uncover, to unearth; to locate
  • gávdnot [+LOC.] to be found somewhere
  • gávnnahit to find, to discover, to find out; to ascertain; to note, to notice, to detect; to state
  • Gávpe- ja industriijaministeriija (F) Ministry of Trade and Industry
  • gávpi store, shop
  • gávpot city
  • gávpotsámi Sámi who live in the city
  • gávppašeapmi commerce, business; trade
  • gávppašit to do one's shopping, to make purchasese
  • gč. (=geahča) cf.
  • ~ge too
  • gea! (look!
  • geađgejorgu turnstone, ruddy turnstone (Arenaria interpres)
  • geađgenjuorju (gč. geađggán) harbour seal (Phoca vitulina)
  • geađgerásttis northern wheatear (Oenanthe oenanthe)
  • geađggán (gč. geađgenjuorju) harbour seal (Phoca vitulina)
  • geađgi rock; stone
  • geafi poor
  • geafivuohta poverty
  • geahča (=gč.)see, see also
  • geahččat to look
  • geahččalit to try
  • [A/G+] geahčen X from now, after X, in X
  • geahpa shuttle (for weaving)
  • geahpesboras lung cancer
  • geahpis lung
  • geahppánit to decrease, to recede, to go down; to diminish; to lessen, to reduce; to fall, to drop off; to decline; to ease off, to ease up; to lighten
  • geaidnu way, method, means; road
  • geaidnu [+ILL] ###
  • geanohis dássi weak grade
  • geardduhus recapitulation, recap; review; revision (BrE)
  • geargat to find time; to have time
  • geargat [+ACC.LOC.] to have time to do s.t., to have the time to do s.t.
  • gearggusvuohta readiness, preparedness
  • gearpmaš snake
  • geassemánnu June
  • geasset in the summer, in summer
  • geassi summer
  • geassit in the summer, in summer
  • geassit to pull
  • geatki wolverine (Gulo gulo)
  • geatnegasvuohta ###responsibility
  • geavaheaddji user
  • geavahit to use
  • geavahuvvot to be used
  • geavja handle
  • geavjjas a small handle
  • [A/G+] geažil because of s.t.
  • gelbbolasvuohta qualifications; ability; capacity; validity; eligibility; acceptability
  • gelbbolašvuohta qualifications; ability; capacity; validity; eligibility; acceptability
  • gena (gč. árbedagaldagat) gene
  • genehtalaš genetic
  • generáhtor generator, dynamo
  • genetihkka genetics
  • genitiiva genitive
  • genetihkkár geneticist
  • genre (gč. šáŋra) genre
  • geográfalaččat geographically
  • geográfalaš geographical
  • geográfiija geography
  • geologalaš geological
  • geologiija geology
  • geometralaš (gč. geomehtrihkalaš) geometric, geometrical
  • geomehtrihkalaš (gč. geometralaš) geometric, geometrical
  • geometriija geometry
  • germána German (hist.); Teuton
  • giddagas imprisonment; captivity, confinement
  • giddodatgirji land register, land title register
  • giđđa spring
  • giđđalohkanbáji spring semester
  • giđđat in the spring, in spring
  • ??gieddemuorji arctic bramble, nagoonberry (Rubus arcticus)??
  • gieddi field
  • gieđahallat to discuss, to handle
  • gieđahallojuvvot to be discussed, to be handled
  • gieđaid doaškut (gč. speažžut) to applaud, to clap
  • gieđbmi bucket
  • giegabiigá Eurasian wryneck, wryneck (Jynx torquilla)
  • gieganjuolla lily-of-the-valley
  • giehka cuckoo (Cuculus canorus)
  • giehpavuonccis common coot (Fulica atra)
  • giehta hand
  • giehtačálus manuscript
  • giehtaduodji handicrafts
  • giehtagiella sign language
  • giehtagielatdulka sign language interpreter
  • giehtagoazan handbrake
  • giehtaláhpi ?back of the hand
  • giehtalávka handbag
  • giehtaramas ?back of the hand
  • giehtaruohtas wrist
  • giehtaspeažžun (gč. speažžun) applause, clapping
  • giehtaváibmu palm (of the hand)
  • Giehtavuotna Kvæfjord (municipality in the county of Troms)
  • Giehttaruohtas "The arm of Finland"
  • gielda municipality
  • gieldda eiseválddát municipal authorities
  • gielddahoavda ###mayor?, municipal manager
  • gieldin- negative
  • gieldinvearba negative verb
  • gieldit to deny, to forbid, to prohibit, to refuse
  • gieldit [+ACC.LOC.] to deny s.t., to forbid s.t., to prohibit s.t., to refuse s.t.
  • gielistit to lie, to fib, to tell a lie
  • giella language, tongue
  • gielladieđa (gč. lingvistihkka) linguistics
  • gielladieđalaš linguistic
  • gielladikšun (gč. giellagáhtten) language planning
  • giellagáhtten (gč. gielladikšun) language planning
  • giellageavaheapmi usage, linguistic usage; language; parlance
  • giellamielbargi language specialist
  • giellaoahppa grammar
  • giellaoamasteapmi language acquistion
  • giellapolitihkka language policy(?)
  • giellavealgu bluethroat (Luscinia svecica)
  • Giemajávri Kemijärvi
  • Giemajohka Kemijoki
  • Giepma Kemi
  • gierdoluodda ringway, bypass; ring road (BrE), beltway (AmE)
  • gierdooaidnu tunnel vision
  • gierdorásttis ring ousel, ring ouzel (Turdus torquatus)
  • gievdni coffeepot, coffeepot; pot, kettle, pan; pail, bucket
  • gievkkan kitchen
  • gievra strong
  • gievrras dássi strong grade
  • Gihttel Kittilä
  • gii who
  • gii [+A/G.PL] what X (people)
  • gii fal whoever
  • giitalit [+A/G+] [+ACC.LOC.] to thank s.o. for doing something
  • giitu thanks
  • giitu [+ILL] thanks to s.o.
  • Giitu buorre. Fine, thanks. (used when replying to Mii gullo?)
  • Gilbbesjávri Kilpisjärvi
  • Gilivuotna Kjøllefjord
  • giljobaš lesser white-fronted goose (Anser erythropus)
  • gillet (lll:ll) ###viitsiä
  • gilli village
  • Gilpisjávri Kilpisjärvi
  • gilvejeaddji competitor, contestant, entrant
  • gilvu competition
  • ginttal candle
  • ginttaljuolgi candlestick
  • gira (gč. molssa) gear (N: for a stick-shift car)
  • girdi airplane, plane; pilot
  • girdiduođáštus pilot's license
  • girdifievrrádusbábir air waybill, air consignment note
  • girdihámman airport; aerodrome
  • girdiin by airplane
  • girdijohtolat air traffic
  • girdilangeaidnu runway, tarmac
  • girdilohpi pilot's license
  • girdin- air, flight(adj.)
  • girdinfitnodat airline, carrier; airways (in names)
  • girdinlinjjá air route
  • girdinpoasta air mail
  • girdinvuorru flight
  • girdit to fly
  • girdinšillju airport; airfield; aerodrome
  • girdnet (gč. girtnet) to churn
  • girdnu churn
  • girdnobipmi buttermilk
  • girjebáhcatloddi two-barred crossbill (Loxia leucoptera)
  • girječálli author, writer
  • girjedárogiella Bokmål
  • girjegávpi bookstore
  • girjegiella literary language
  • girjehildu (gč. girjeildu) bookshelf
  • girjeildu (gč. girjehildu) bookshelf
  • girjelistu book list, list of books
  • girjelivkkár pied flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca)
  • girjeluossa rainbow trout, steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss, Salmo mykiss)
  • girjerádjohoavda head librarian?
  • girjerádju library
  • girji book
  • girjjálaš written, in writing; literary
  • girjjálašvuohta literature; bibliography
  • girjjáš little book, small book, booklet (dim.)
  • girkogilli (gč. márkan) village, parish village
  • girkolaš church, ecclesiastical, ecclesiastic (adj.)
  • Girkonjárga (gč. Kirkonjárga) Kirkenes (Norway)
  • girku church
  • giron rock ptarmigan (Lagopus mutus)
  • Giron Kiruna
  • ~gis then
  • gistta mitten; glove?
  • gistu coffin
  • gitára (gč. gitárra) guitar
  • gitárra (gč. gitára) guitar
  • gitta closed, shut; up against, touching
  • givssideapmi teasing
  • givssiduvvot to be teased
  • glássa (gč. hlássa, klássa, lássa) glass; window
  • globaliseren globalization (AmE), globalisation (BrE)
  • globaliseret to globalize (AmE), to globalise (BrE)
  • globála global
  • globála liegganeapmi global warming
  • go when
  • ~go (question particle)
  • goabbá which one (of two)
  • goabbáge both
  • goađaš a small kota
  • goahkka cook; chef
  • goahppilfálli northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis)
  • Goahtečoarru Breivikbotn (in Finnmárku)
  • goahti Sámi "tent" or other form of housing; den, lair (of bear); base (in baseball)
  • [VERB+]goahtit to start to do s.t.
  • goaikkehit to fall all of a sudden or quickly
  • goaivu shovel; spade
  • goallut to be cold, to be freezing
  • goalmmát third
  • goalšoruoššehas sedge warbler (Acrocephalus schoenobaenus)
  • goappašagat both
  • goargohaŋŋá Steller's elder (Polysticta stelleri)
  • goarguvuohta respect
  • goarru sewer
  • goarrunárpu thread
  • goarrunmašiidna sewing machine
  • goarrut to sew
  • goarta card
  • goartastohkka deck of cards, pack of cards
  • goas when
  • goaski aunt (mother's older sister)
  • goaskin golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos)
  • goaskinvielja eagle brother###
  • [NEG+] goassege never
  • goazan brake
  • goazastit to brake suddenly
  • ###goddi wild reindeer###
  • gođđinsákkit knitting needles
  • gođđinstuollu loom (only for upright looms?)
  • gođđit to knit; to weave
  • gohččát to wake up (intransitive)
  • gohččáhit balu ###herättää pelkoa###
  • gohččáhit to wake s.o. up (transitive)
  • gohččunvuohki imperative
  • gohčoduvvot to be called, to be invited
  • gohppa (gč. gohppu) cup
  • gohppi inlet, cove (smaller than a luokta and rounded)
  • gohppolahkki a half cup
  • gohppu (gč. gohppa) cup
  • gohtalaš (gč. gotihkalaš) Gothic
  • goikkehit Sámi fur boots
  • goittot though; anyways, anyway; nevertheless
  • golbma three
  • golbmalogi thirty
  • golbmanuppelohkái thirteen
  • golbmii three times, thrice
  • golmmaid golmmaid three at a time (not for humans)
  • golmmátčuođi three hundred
  • golgat [+LOC.] to flow from s.t.; to flow in s.t.
  • golggotmánnu October
  • golggus liquid; fluid
  • gollas golden
  • gollesuorpmas gold ring
  • gollet to gild; to gold-plate; to cover with gold
  • golli gold
  • gollobuhtadus compensation for expenses, expense allowance, expense reimbursement; subsistence allowance
  • gollodárkun cost control
  • golloluoitu (gč. golloárvvoštallan, golluárvvoštallan) cost estimate, quotation, estimate
  • golloárvvoštallan (gč. golluárvvoštallan, golloluoitu) cost estimate, quotation, estimate
  • gollu cost, expense; outlay
  • golluárvvoštallan (gč. golloárvvoštallan, golloluoitu) cost estimate, quotation, estimate
  • golmmadat three-dimensional, 3D
  • golmmalanjadat three-room apartment
  • golmmas trio, three people
  • golmmastávval three-syllabled, trisyllabic
  • gomihuvvot to be overturned
  • gomuvuohta (gč. ávus) space, outer space
  • gonagas king
  • gonagasbárdni (gč. prinsa) prince
  • gonagasčoalci moor-king, moor king (Pedicularis sceptrum-carolinum)
  • gonagaseanagirji royal deed, official deed (from the king)
  • gonagasgohččun royal decree
  • gonagaslaš kingly; royal; imperial; regal
  • gonagaslaš resolušuvdna royal resolution
  • gonagasmielat royalist, monarchistic
  • gonagasnieida (gč. prinseassa) princess
  • gonagasoassi imperial act
  • gonagasriikka kingdom
  • gonagasváldi royal power
  • gordnebealdu grainfield, grain field
  • gordnebuvtta grain product, cereal product
  • gordnegihppu (gč. gordneoaivi) sheaf (grain, cereal)
  • gordneoaivi (gč. gordnegihppu) sheaf (grain, cereal)
  • gordneseagáš cereal (e.g. breakfast cereal)
  • gordnesturrodat grain size
  • gordnešáttut grains, cereals; cereal crop
  • gordnešádju a kind of grain, a kind of cereal, a type of cereal, a type of grain
  • gordni grain, cereal
  • gorrelohku ratio
  • gorrojuvvot to be sewn
  • gos where (in which place?); from where, whence
  • gosa where, where to
  • gosahat cough (n.)
  • gossat to cough
  • gotihkalaš (gč. gohtalaš) Gothic
  • govttolaš reasonable, fair, just
  • govuheapmi illustration
  • govuhit to illustrate
  • govuskuolfi ural owl (Strix uralensis)
  • govva picture
  • govvabáddenmášiidna VCR
  • govvabáddi videotape
  • govvadáidda the visual arts
  • govvejeaddji photographer; illustrator
  • govvet to take a picture, to take a photo, to snap a photo
  • grafihkalaš graphic
  • grafihkar graphic designer, graphic artist
  • grámma gram (unit of measurement)
  • grámmatihkka (gč. giellaoahppa) grammar
  • grámmofovdna record player; gramophone
  • Greika Greece
  • greipa (gč. greipašaddu) grapefruit
  • greipašaddu (gč. greipa) grapefruit
  • grilla grill
  • grillet to grill, to barbecue
  • Guatemala Guatemala
  • gudnejahttinveara ###
  • gudnekompaniija honor guard
  • gudni honor (AmE), honour (BrE)
  • guđadas one-sixth (1/6)
  • guđát sixth
  • guđe beaivve ###on what day
  • guđemuš ###
  • guhká a long time
  • guhkesáigi orosteapmi long-term parking
  • guhkesbearjadat Good Friday
  • guhkkodat length; height (?)
  • guhkkodatgierdu longitude; meridian (?)
  • guhkkodatriekkis longitude; meridian (?)
  • guhppár (gč. gumppus) ###blood pudding, black pudding### kampsu
  • guhtta six
  • guhttalogi sixty
  • guhttanuppelohkái sixteen
  • guktii twice
  • guktot both
  • guktot [+A/G] many s.t.
  • gulahallan communication
  • guldaleaddji listener
  • guldaleapmi listening
  • guldalit to listen
  • gullagoahtit to start to listen
  • gulahallanolmmoš contact person
  • guldalanboddu ###"kuunteluhetki"
  • gullat to hear
  • gullat [+ILL] to belong to s.t.
  • gullevašvuohta audibility, reception
  • gullostit ### (a little bit or quickly)
  • gullot to be audible
  • gullu hearing
  • gummeasfálta rubberized bitumen
  • gumma bowl; cistern
  • gummi rubber
  • gummigápmagat (pl.) (gč. gummisáppáhat (pl.), gummistevvelat (pl.)) rubber boots; wellingtons
  • gummirátnu rubber bath mat, shower mat, bath mat, rubber mat (for the bathroom)
  • gummisáppáhat (pl.) (gč. gummigápmagat (pl.), gummistevvelat (pl.)) rubber boots; wellingtons
  • gummistevvelat (pl.) (gč. gummisáppáhat (pl.), gummigápmagat (pl.)) rubber boots; wellingtons
  • gumpe wolf
  • gumpejeagil wolf lichen, wolf moss (Letharia vulpina)
  • gumppus (gč. guhppár) ###blood pudding, black pudding### kampsu
  • gumppostit ###to make blood pudding, to make black pudding### kampsu
  • gunnebiroš little auk, dovekie (Alle alle)
  • guoddalit [+COM] to complain about s.t., to appeal to s.t. (jud.)
  • guoddá mattress (L); pillow (I)
  • guoddit to carry
  • guoddit vaši to bear a grudge
  • guođoheaddji herder, herdsman; shepherd
  • guođohit to put out to pasture
  • guohpa mold (AmE), mould (BrE)
  • guohpput to mold (AmE), to mould (BrE)
  • guohtut to pasture, to graze
  • guoika falls, rapids; torrent
  • guoikgáhrit dipper, white-throated dipper(?) (Cinclus cinclus)
  • guokte two
  • guoktelogi twenty
  • guoktenuppelogát twentieth
  • guoktenuppelohkái twelve
  • guolástángoddi fishery, fishery association, fishery collective
  • guolástánguovlu fishing area, fishing waters
  • guolástánláhka Fishing Act
  • guolástánsádji fishing grounds
  • guolásteapmi fishing
  • guolástit to fish
  • guolástus fishing; fishery
  • guolbbaviroš Temminck's stint (Calidris temminckii)
  • guolga fur
  • Guolit Pisces
  • guollái ###abundant with fish
  • guollebállu (gč. guolleguppár) fishball
  • guollebivdi fisherman
  • guollebivdu fishing (n.)
  • guollečearret common tern (Sterna hirundo)
  • guollefabrihkka ###kalatehdas
  • guolleguppár (gč. guollebállu) fishball
  • Guolleveadji Braselv (in Finnmárku)
  • guolli fish
  • guorahallat (gč. analyseret, analiseret) to analyse (BrE), to analyze (AmE); to ponder, to reflect on; to think about
  • guorbmebiila lorry (BrE), truck (AmE)
  • guorbmebiilavuoddji lorry driver (BrE), trucker, truck driver (AmE)
  • guorbmi load
  • guorga common crane (Grus grus)
  • guorrasit [+ILL] to agree to s.t.
  • guoskevaš [+ILL] concerning s.t.
  • guossabáhcatloddi common crossbill (Loxia curvirostra)
  • Guossan Kuusamo
  • guossái boahtit to come to visit
  • guossi guest; stranger
  • Guovdageaidnu Kautokeino
  • guovlu area, region
  • guovlluhoavda district manager, regional manager
  • guovssahasas- auroral
  • guovssahasat aurora borealis, northern lights
  • guovssat Siberian jay (Perisoreus infaustus)
  • guovssoloddi (gč. ruksesraddi) robin (Erithacus rubecula)
  • guovttá ###two people alone
  • guovtte~ two-, bi~, di~
  • guovttegielalaš bilingual
  • guovttegielatvuohta bilingualism
  • guovttejuvllat two-wheeled
  • guovttelanjadat two-room apartment
  • guovtteoaivvat two-headed, bicephalous, dicephalous
  • guovtteolat (gč. guovtteollil) two-dimensional
  • guovtteollil (gč. guovtteolat) two-dimensional
  • ~guovttos "and someone else" (This means that the person before guovttos and one other person, e.g. Máhte-guovttos means Matthew and one other person.)
  • guovvamánnu February
  • guovža bear (Ursus arctos)
  • gurbbet zucchini (AmE), courgette (BrE)
  • gurgadas row
  • gurra ###kuru
  • gursa course
  • gurutbellodat left-wing party
  • gurutgáma the left shoe
  • gussa cow
  • gusagoalsi common merganser, goosander (Mergus merganser)
  • gussaskálču ###
  • gusto ###näköjään
  • guškkástat whimbrel (Numenius phaeops)
  • guvggodit to fade
  • guvttiidlohku (gč. duála) dual (in linguistics)
  • gynekologa gynaecologist (BrE), gynecologist (AmE)
  • gynekologiija gynaecology (BrE), gynecology (AmE)
  • H
  • haddi price
  • haddenbajideapmi mark-up, increase in price, rise in prices
  • [A/G+] haga without s.t.
  • hahpat to languish, to pine away; to starve
  • hallisinašuvdna hallucination
  • Hammerfeasta Hammerfest
  • ~han just (e.g. I'm just wondering)
  • haŋŋá long-tailed duck (Clangula hyemalis)
  • háhka (gč. hávga)redfish (Sebastes spp.)
  • háhtta hat
  • hálbi cheap, inexpensive
  • hálddahus administration; government
  • hálddahusduopmostuollu administrative court (Åland)
  • hálddahusriekti administrative court (F)
  • hálddašeapmi administration; government
  • hálidit (gč. háliidit) to want, todesire
  • hálidit [+ESS] (gč. háliidit [+ESS]) to want to be(come) s.t.
  • hálidit [+INF] to want to do s.t., to desire to do s.t.
  • háliidit (gč. hálidit) to want, desire
  • háliidit [+ESS] (gč. hálidit [+ESS])to want to be(come) s.t.
  • hálka razorbill (Alca torda)
  • hálkagonagas little auk (Plautus alle, Alle alle)
  • hállat (gč. hupmat) to speak; to talk
  • hálo [+ILL] want (to do) s.t.
  • hálo [+INF] want to do s.t.
  • hálsštit to chat; to talk over, to talk about
  • hálsštit [+A/G] birra to chat about s.t.
  • hápmet to create; to erect; to devise, to formulate, to build; to found
  • hápmi form
  • Hápmir Hamarøy (municipality in Norway)
  • hápmu formula (e.g., mathematical, chemical)
  • hárdit to irritate, to annoy
  • hárdu shoulder
  • hárjánan experienced
  • hárjehus exercise
  • háskil long-tailed skua (Stercorarius longicaudus)
  • Hárštá Harstad (a city and municipality in the county of Troms)
  • hástalus challenge
  • hástalus [+INF] challenge to do s.t.
  • hávda eider, common eider (Somateria mollissima)
  • hávdádit to bury
  • hávdáduvvot [+LOC.] to be buried somewhere
  • hávdi grave; tomb; sepulchre
  • hávga (gč. háhka)redfish (Sebastes spp.)
  • headju weak
  • heagga person (pl. people); head; soul
  • heaggavárálaš perilous, lifethreatening; fatal, mortal
  • Heahttá Hetta
  • heajat wedding; marriage
  • heaŋgát to hang; to sag
  • heargi reindeer bull
  • hearta pea
  • heartavizar lesser whitethroat (Sylvia curruca)
  • hearvabáddi ornamental band
  • heasta horse
  • heastaskálžu great scallop (Pecten maximus)
  • heasttafápmu horsepower
  • heavdni spider
  • heavval plane (tool)
  • heavnnisávvat (pl.) closed-sheath cotton-grass (AmE), short-anthered cotton-grass (CaE) (Eriophorum brachyantherum)
  • hedjodat weakness
  • hedjonit to weaken; to get worse
  • heittot weak, bad, not good
  • heivenviŋkil bevel
  • heivvolaš appropriate, suitable
  • heivvolaš [+ILL] appropriate for s.t., appropriate to s.t., suitable for s.t.
  • heivvolašvuohta appropriateness
  • hejot weakly
  • hektára hectare
  • helekopter helicopter
  • Helssega teknálaš allaskuvla (gč. Teknálaš allaskuvla) Helsinki University of Technology
  • Helsset Helsinki
  • helvet hell
  • heŋget to hang up
  • hersko delicacy; goody, goodie (AmE), titbit, tidbit (BrE)
  • hildu shelf
  • hilgádit [+LOC.] to give up s.t.; to abandon s.t.; to relinquish s.t.; to renounce s.t.; to forsake s.t.
  • hilgun rejection
  • hilgut to reject, to refuse; to abandon, to desert; to forsake; to cast off
  • hilgut ohcámuša to reject an application
  • hirbmadit ###
  • hirbmat [+ADJ] a heck of a [+ADJ]; a horrible [+ADJ]
  • hirbmat guhkes áigi a horribly long time
  • hirsa log
  • historjá history
  • historjjálaš historical
  • historjjálaš dáhpáhus historical event
  • hivsset toilet, washroom, restroom, WC
  • hivssetbábir toilet paper
  • hivssetborsta ###"toilet brush"
  • hlássa (gč. glássa, klássa, lássa) glass; window
  • hoahppu hurry
  • hoigat to push
  • Hollánda Holland, the Netherlands
  • holvun howl, howling
  • holvut to howl
  • homofiila homosexual
  • homofiilavuohta homosexuality
  • homofobiija homophobia
  • homogeniseren homogenization (AmE), homogenisation (BrE)
  • homogeniseret to homogenize (AmE), to homogenise (BrE
  • horbma fireweed (Epilobium angustifolium)
  • horoskohpa horoscope
  • hotealla hotel
  • hui very, a lot
  • huidut to churn butter
  • hui garrasit a great deal
  • [NOM+] leat hui muiteš to have a good memory
  • huitu (gč. fihten) whiting (Merlangius merlangus)
  • hukseheaddji ###byggherre
  • huksehus building
  • huksejeaddji construction worker
  • huksenteknihkka construction; construction engineering, structural engineering
  • hupman speech
  • hupmat (gč. hállat) to speak; to talk
  • hurri black grouse (Tetrao tetrix)
  • hutkáivuohta resourcefulness
  • hutki inventor; discoverer
  • hypnohtalaš hypnotic
  • Hålogalánda Hålogaland (Narvik)
  • I
  • Iččát Ingøy
  • ideanttalaš (gč. identálaš) identical
  • identálaš (gč. ideanttalaš) identical
  • identitehta identity
  • ideologiija ideology
  • idja night
  • idjabargu ###
  • Idjavuonduottar Ifjordfjellet
  • idjárásttis (gč. ruskessoadji, ruksessoadjá) redwing (Turdus iliacus)
  • iđidaččat breakfast
  • iđđes in the morning
  • iđit morning
  • iđitbiebmu breakfast
  • iehčanas independent; sovereign
  • iehčanasvuohta independence
  • ieš ~self
  • iešáddejupmi ###
  • iešárvu ###selvaktelse
  • iešárvvoštallan self-criticism
  • iešbiografiija (gč. autobiografiija) autobiography
  • iešbirgejeaddji subsistence farmer
  • iešbirgeneanandoallu subsistence farming
  • iešdovdu ego
  • iešeaiggát freehold; ###sj°leiende - self-sufficient?
  • iešeaiggátvuohta freehold
  • iešgovva self-portrait
  • iešluohttámuš self-confidence; assurance, confidence
  • iešorusteampi self-service parking
  • iešsoardin (gč. iešvahágahttin) self-destructive
  • iešsorbmen suicide
  • iešstivrejupmi self-government, autonomy
  • iešsuodjalus (gč. iešvárjalus) self-defence
  • iešvahágahttin (gč. iešsoardin) self-destructive
  • iešvárjalus (gč. iešsuodjalus) self-defence
  • ievttá beaivi yesterday during the day
  • ievtt'eahket yesterday evening
  • ievtt'iđit yesterday morning
  • ihkku at night, in the course of the night, during the night
  • ihtalanvihki eczema
  • ihtalupmi rash (n.)
  • ihtaluvvat to break out in a rash
  • ihttin tomorrow
  • ihttábeaivi tomorrow during the day
  • ihttánaga first thing tomorrow
  • ihttomat rash (n.)
  • ihttot to break out in a rash
  • ii not (3.sg.)
  • Ijávri Iärvi (in Finnmárku)
  • ikte yesterday
  • ikte beaivet yesterday during the day
  • ikte eahkedis yesterday evening
  • ildu shelf
  • illatiiva illative
  • illudit to be happy, to be glad; to look forward to
  • illusteret to illustrate
  • illustrašuvdna illustration
  • ilolaččat happily, joyfully
  • ilolaš happy, joyful
  • imaš miracle
  • imaš [+ADJ.] remarkably X, amazingly X, surprisingly X
  • imašlaš miraculous; astonishing, amazing, surprising
  • imaštahttit to surprise, to amaze
  • imaštallat to wonder (more than once or about more than one thing)
  • imaštit to wonder
  • imáštallat to call someone ipmi, your aunt
  • imperatiiva imperative
  • imperfeakta the past tense, the preterite
  • implikašuvdna implication
  • impressionisma impressionism
  • improviseret to improvise
  • in not (1.sg.)
  • indeaksa index
  • indeksalohku index number
  • India India
  • indikatiiva (gč. duohtavuohki) indicative (in linguistics)
  • individualitehta individuality
  • individuála individual (adj.)
  • indukšuvdna induction
  • industriija industry
  • industriijaguovlu industrial park (AmE), industrial estate (BrE)
  • industririika industrialized country (AmE), industrialised country (BrE)
  • infekšuvdna infection
  • infiltrašuvdna infiltration
  • infinitiiva infinitive
  • inflašuvdna inflation
  • influensá influenza, grippe, flu
  • informašuvdna information
  • infrastruktuvra infrastructure
  • ingefeara ginger
  • inessiiva inessive
  • inseakta insect
  • inseasta (gč. varraheahpat) incest
  • inspirašuvdna inspiration
  • inspirášuvdna inspiration
  • instituhtta institute
  • institušuvdna institution
  • insuliidna insulin
  • inšenevra engineer
  • integraášuvdna integration
  • integreret to integrate
  • intelligeansa intelligence
  • interpsykologalaš interpsychological
  • interpsykologalaš proseassa interpsychological process
  • interferensa interference
  • interjekšuvdna interjection
  • Interneahtta Internet
  • interrogatiivapronomen (gč. gažaldatpronomen) interrogative pronoun
  • interpellašuvdna interpellation
  • intertekstualitehtta intertextuality
  • intrapsykologalaš intrapsychological
  • intrapsykologalaš proseassa intrapsychological process
  • inuhkka Eskimo, Inuit
  • inuihtta Eskimo, Inuit
  • investeret to invest
  • Iŋggášguolbba Porsangermoen (Porsanger)
  • ipmašis completely by chance, by sheer accident, quite accidentally, by pure chance
  • ipmel atti (reply to buore beaivvi, buore eahket or buore iđit in Finland)
  • ipmi aunt?
  • ipmil god; God
  • ipmilballu fear of God
  • ipmilbalolaš god; God
  • ipmilbálvalus church service
  • ipmirdit (gč. áddet) to understand
  • Irak Iraq
  • Irevuotna Tufjord
  • Irgevuotna Friarfjorden
  • irgi fiancé; bridegroom, groom
  • Irlánda Ireland
  • irlándalaš Irish (adj.)
  • isit husband; master, lord
  • iskor [+ADJ. or +ADV.] horribly X
  • Islánda Iceland
  • islándalaš Icelandic
  • islánddagiella Icelandic (language)
  • isolašuvdna isolation
  • isoleret to isolate
  • Israel Israel
  • israelaš Israeli
  • issoras horrible
  • issoras [+ADJ. or +ADV.] horribly X
  • it not (2.sg.)
  • Itália Italy
  • ivdnegovva color photo
  • ivdnerákkas parachute?
  • ivdnet to color; to shade
  • ivdni color; tone; shade
  • Ivgobahta Skibotn
  • Ivgu Lyngen (a municipality in the county of Troms)
  • ivnneheapme colorless
  • ivnneheapmi colorless
  • Ivvárstáđit Ibestad (a municipality in the county of Troms)
  • J
  • ja and
  • ja eará dakkár and such like
  • ja nu ain etcetera
  • ja sullasaččat (=js.) ###
  • jahkái ###
  • jahkásaččat annually, yearly
  • X-jahkásaš X-year-old
  • X-jahkásažžan at the age of X
  • jahkediedahus (gč. jahkeraporta) annual report
  • jahkeraporta (gč. jahkediedahus) annual report
  • jahki year
  • jalla crazy; dumb, stupid; foolish
  • jalla [+ADJ.] incredibly X
  • Japána Japan
  • japánalaš Japanese (adj./n.)
  • jaska quietly
  • Jaskesáhpi the Pacific Ocean
  • ###jaa, niin
  • jáddadanapparáhta fire extinguisher
  • jáddadanbiila fire engine
  • jáddadanbohcci fire hose
  • jáddadanbulvarat fire-extinguishing powder
  • jáddadanstašuvdna fire station
  • jáddadeaddji firefighter
  • jáddadit to extinguish, to put out, to quench, to stifle
  • jáffut flour
  • jáhkkit to believe
  • jáhkkit [+A/G] [+ESS] to consider s.o. s.t., to believe s.o. to be s.t.?###
  • Jáhkovuotna Revsbotn (in Finnmárku)
  • jállometálla (gč. árvometálla) noble metal (chem., sciences), precious metal (commerce)
  • jámba iambic
  • jándor (gč. birranbeaivi) day, calendar day (the whole 24-hour period)
  • jápmemeahttun immortal
  • jápmigoahtit to be on the brink of death
  • jápmin death
  • jápmit to die
  • jápmit [+ILL] to die of s.t.; to die somewhere
  • jápmit lunddolaččat to die of natural causes
  • jávkat to disappear, to vanish; to fade; to abscond
  • jávohuvvat to settle down, to quiet down; to become quiet
  • jávregáddi lakefront, beach (on a lake)
  • jávri lake
  • jávrráš a small lake, pond
  • jeaggehávut hen harrier (Circus cyaneus)
  • jeaggi marsh
  • jeagil lichen
  • jealbma helmet
  • jeaŋga thread (on a screw)
  • jeara (gč. jeasta) yeast
  • jearahallat to interview
  • jearahallan interviewl
  • jearaldat to demand; call
  • jearadáigi (gč. jeastadáigi) "yeast dough", pastry?
  • jearahallat to interview; to ask, to quiz, to grill
  • jearrat to ask, to inquire
  • jearrat [+A/G] to inquire about s.t.
  • jearrat [+A/G+] birra to ask about s.t.
  • jearrat [+LOC.] to ask s.o.
  • jearrat veahki to ask for help
  • jeasta (gč. jeara) yeast
  • jeastadáigi (gč. jearadáigi) "yeast dough", pastry?
  • jeavddalaš regular; repetitive; running; iterative, continual, continuous; recurrent; repeating
  • leat jegolaš [+ILL] to be subservient to s.o.; to obey s.o.
  • jegolašvuohta discipline, self-control
  • jiegis bearded seal (Erignathus barbatus)
  • jiehkki glacier
  • flesher (look for "jiehkku")
  • jiehtanas giant, giantess
  • jiekŋa ice
  • jiekŋaboksa freezer; deep-freeze
  • jiekŋačielkkis Brünnich's guillemot (Uria lomvia)
  • jiekŋadoadjin (gč. jiekŋajohtin) the time when the ice breaks up
  • jiekŋajohtin (gč. jiekŋadoadjin) the time when the ice breaks up
  • Jiekŋamearra the Arctic Ocean (north); the Antarctic Ocean (south)
  • jiekŋašaldi ice road
  • Jiellevárri Gällivare
  • jienastanproseanta turn-out, turnout, turnout percentage
  • jienasteaddji voter
  • jienasteapmi voting
  • jienastit to vote
  • jienastus voting, vote, ballot, poll
  • jierástuvvat to get nervous, to become nervous; to get into a state
  • jieret red currant, currant (Ribes rubrum)
  • jieritmuorji red currant, currant (Ribes rubrum)
  • jiessamielki buttermilk; sour milk
  • jietna vote; sound
  • jietnabáddemášiidna tape recorder
  • jietnabáddi tape
  • jietnadatoahppu (gč. fonologiija) phonology
  • jietnadeapmi (gč. artikuleren) articulation
  • jietnagirji audio book
  • jietnaskearru album, record, LP
  • jievjaskuolfi snowy owl (Nyctea scandiaca)
  • JO (=Justisombudsmánni) Parliamentary Ombudsman
  • joatkka [+ILL] sequel to s.t., continuation of s.t., follow-up to s.t.; extension of s.t.
  • joatkkaskuvla high school (N)
  • joavdat ###
  • joavku group
  • jogabodni the bottom of the river
  • joganjálbmi the mouth of a river
  • Joganjálbmi Elvebakken
  • jogaš a small river, a stream
  • jogurta yoghurt
  • Johkamohkki Jokkmokk
  • johtigoahtit to start to go
  • johtit to run; to go; to travel
  • johka river
  • johtalit to move; to go; to walk; to travel
  • Johtolat- ja kommunikašuvdnaministeriija Ministry of Transport and Communications
  • jokŋa lingonberry, cowberry (Vaccinium vitis-idæa)
  • jorahallat to turn round and round
  • jorbahirsa unhewn timber
  • jorbbas round
  • jorgaleapmi translation
  • jorgalit to translate
  • jorgalit sámegillii to translate into Sami
  • jorggihit to turn (intr.)
  • jorggotbeliid inside-out (clothes)
  • jos (gč. juos) if
  • js. (=ja sullasaččat) ###
  • jugus drink, beverage
  • juhkat to drink
  • juhkamuš drink, beverage
  • juksu (gč. diksu) haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus)
  • jumeš twin
  • Jumežat Gemini
  • juná (gč. toga, dollavovdna) train (F)
  • juo yes
  • juoba as much as, as many as, up to; even
  • juogo already (as a question)
  • juogot box whortleberry (Vaccnium uliginosum)
  • juohke every, each
  • juohke árgabeaivvi every workday, every weekday
  • juohke beaivve every day
  • juohke beaivvi every day
  • juohke eahkeda every evening
  • juohke gearddi go each time when, every time when, whenever
  • juohkehaš every person, each person
  • juohke iđida every morning
  • juohke ija every night
  • juohke jagi every year
  • juohke vahkku every week
  • juohkehaš everyone, everybody, every person
  • juoigat to yoik
  • juolgesuorbma toe
  • juolgevuođđu sole, bottom of the foot
  • juolgi foot; leg
  • juolludit to grant; to dispense; to allocate; to award; to confer; to honor (AmE), to honour (BrE)
  • juopmu sheep's sorrel, sorrel (Rumex acetosa)
  • juos (gč. jos) if
  • juovlabeaivi Christmas Day
  • juovlaiđit Christmas morn
  • juovlalávlla christmas carol
  • juovlamánnu December
  • juovlamuorra Christmas tree
  • juovlaruohtta Christmas Eve
  • juovlaskeaŋka christmas present
  • juovlastállu Santa Claus, Father Christmas
  • juovllat Christmas
  • jupik Yupik, Yup'ik
  • jurdda thought
  • jurddalaš (gč. abstrákta) abstract (adj.)
  • jurddašit to think
  • jurddašit [+A/G+] birra to think about s.t.
  • juridihkalaččat judicially, legally
  • juridihkalaš judicial, legal, juristic, juridic
  • juridihkka jurisprudence; law
  • jus if
  • Justisombudsmánni (=JO) Parliamentary Ombudsman
  • juvla wheel
  • K
  • kafea coffeeshop
  • kajáhkka kayak
  • kajennebihpporat cayenne pepper
  • kakáo cocoa
  • kaleanddar calendar; schedule
  • kalibreret to calibrate
  • kampánja campaign, drive
  • Kanáda Canada
  • kanádačuonjá Canada goose (Branta canadensis)
  • kanála channel
  • kanohta canoe
  • kantiidna canteen (building, place)
  • kantuvra office
  • Karamearra the Kara sea
  • karbohydráthta carbohydrate, carb (slang)
  • kardemumma cardamom, cardamon
  • kartotehka card catalogue;
  • kaseahtta (gč. káseahtta) tape, cassette
  • kaseahttačuojanas (gč. káseahttačuojanas) tape recorder
  • kategoriija category
  • kavitašuvdna cavitation
  • káffal (gč. gáffal) fork
  • kánelat cinnamon
  • kántuvra office
  • káseahtta (gč. kaseahtta) tape, cassette
  • káseahttačuojanas (gč. kaseahttačuojanas tape recorder
  • kássa (gč. gássa) box
  • kásus (gč. sadjeheapmi) case (gram.)
  • kávrret (gč. smierrogáhkku) rusk, zwieback
  • kemiija chemistry
  • kemiijalaš chemical
  • kemiijalaš reakšuvdna chemical reaction
  • Keuruu Keuruu
  • kichwa Quechua
  • kiikkar binoculars
  • kiikkár binoculars
  • Kiinná China
  • kiisi pyrite
  • kilo kilo
  • kiloi per kilo
  • kilomehter kilometer
  • kilováhtta kilowatt
  • kilovolta kilovolt
  • Kirgisia Kyrgyzstan
  • Kirkonjárga (gč. Girkonjárga) Kirkenes (Norway)
  • klarinehtta clarinet
  • klassiferet to classify
  • klassifikašuvdna classification
  • klássa (gč. glássa, hlássa, lássa) glass; window
  • klimáhta climate
  • Københámmán Copenhagen
  • koahkka cook; chef
  • koartastohkka deck of cards, pack of cards
  • koartil span (the distance between the outstreched forefinger and thumb)
  • kodatabealla character encoding (computers)
  • kohortadutkan cohort study
  • kolesterola cholesterol
  • kolleakta collection, offertory, offering
  • koloniija colony
  • Kolumbia Columbia
  • komitatiiva comitative
  • kommandihttavuođđudus limited partnership
  • kommišuvdna commission
  • kommišuvdnalahttu ###commission member
  • kommunikašuvdna communication
  • kommunitaralaš ###
  • komparatiiva comparative
  • komponista composer
  • konditionála conditional (grammar)
  • konferánsa (gč. konfereansa) conference
  • konfereansa (gč. konferánsa) conference
  • konjunkšuvdna conjunction
  • konjuntionála conjuntional(?)
  • konkursa bankrupt (adj.)
  • konseapta concept
  • konsearna concern, group, consortium; combination, association
  • konsearta concert
  • konsonánta consonant
  • konteaksta context
  • kontinuitehta continuity
  • konvenšuvdna ###convention?###
  • koordinašuvdna co-ordination, coordination
  • koordinator co-ordinator, coordinator
  • koordináhta co-ordinate, coordinate
  • koordináhtavuogáhdat coordinates, coordinate system, system of coordinates
  • koordineret to co-ordinate, to coordinate
  • korállajeagil coral lichen (Sphaerophorus)
  • korállaoahci coral reef
  • korinta currant (not the berry)
  • korrošuvdna corosion
  • kránnjá neighbour, neighbor
  • kránnjáriika neighbouring country, neighboring country
  • kreolalaš creole; Creole
  • kriminaliteahta ###
  • kritihkka criticism; critique; review, notice
  • kruvdna crown (both money and object)
  • kruvdno crown (money)
  • kulturministtar Minister of Culture
  • kulturlávdegoddi ?board of culture
  • Kulturrađđi ###
  • kultuvra culture
  • kunddár customer, client, patron
  • kvárta (gč. njealjádas, várta) quarter hour
  • L
  • laboratoria laboratory
  • labyrinta labyrinth
  • lagabui almost
  • ~lahkki half of s.t.
  • lahkosis nearby
  • lahpesgávpi flea market
  • lahpis flea
  • lahttovuohta membership
  • lahttu limb; member
  • laktavokála binding vowel
  • laktojuvvot to be joined
  • lanjadat apartment
  • lanjáš small room
  • laserčálán laser printer
  • lasi more
  • lasihit to increase, to add (trans.)
  • lassanit (N.) to increase (intr.)
  • lassánit to increase (intr.)
  • lassáneapmi increase (n.)
  • lasse- additional
  • lassehárjehus additional exercise
  • lassi addition
  • lassimearka diacritic
  • lasta leaf
  • latnja room
  • latnjabierggas furniture
  • latnjaliekkas (gč. latnjatemperatuvra) room temperature
  • latnjatemperatuvra (gč. latnjaliekkas) room temperature
  • láđđi broadcloth, cloth
  • láfol dotterel (Charadrius morinellus, Eudromias morinellus)
  • lága vuostá against the law
  • lágalašvuođagohcin supervision of legality
  • lágideaddji organizer (AmE)
  • lágidit to organize (AmE), to arrange
  • láhka law
  • láhkadieđalaš jurisprudential; law, of the law
  • láhkagirji law book
  • [A/G+] láhkái like s.t., as s.t., in the fashion of s.t.
  • láhkki chain
  • láhppán lost
  • Láhppi Loppa
  • láhppit (hpp:hp) to lose, to misplace
  • láhtti floor
  • láhttu member
  • láhttu track made in the snow by skis
  • láhtu barn
  • láibi bread
  • láibut to bake
  • láigejeagil ###skjegglav### (Alectoria)
  • láigi (wool) yarn
  • láiki lazy
  • lákca cream
  • lákcagáhkku layer cake; gateau
  • lákcajiekŋa ice cream
  • lákcajiekŋasággi ice cream stick
  • lámpa lamp
  • láŋgá guillemot, common guillemot (Uria aalge)
  • lásebealis window frame
  • lásegárbma windowsill
  • lássa (gč. glássa, hlássa, klássa) glass; window
  • lássalávdi windowsill
  • lássaliidni curtain
  • lássaráigi out the window
  • látna stack of firewood, pile of firewood
  • látteguovssat Eurasian jay (Garrulus glandarius)
  • láttovuonccis moorhen, common moorhen (Gallinula chloropus)
  • Látvia Latvia
  • lávda flag
  • lávda spread out (adv.)
  • lávda ládje widely, generally
  • lávdadeapmi decentralization (AmE), decentralisation (BrE); distribution, diffusion, propagation
  • lávdadit to decentralize (AmE), to decentralise (BrE); to distribute widely, to diffuse, to propagate
  • lávdebeaitta curtain (in the theater/theatre)
  • lávdedá,vvir theatrical property, prop
  • lávet to be in the habit of (in the past tense, "used to")
  • lávet [+INF] to be in the habit of doing s.t. (in the past tense, "used to do s.t.")
  • lávet red raspberry, raspberry (Rubus idaeus)
  • lávka bag, satchel (not plastic)
  • lávket to step, to go, to take a step
  • lávki step, footstep
  • lávki onion
  • lávlestit to burst into song; to sing a bit
  • lávlla song
  • lávllodit ###lauleskella
  • lávlu singer
  • lávlungoarra (gč. lávlunjoavku) choir, chorus
  • lávlunjoavku (gč. lávlungoarra) choir, chorus
  • lávlut to sing
  • lávostallat to live in a lávvu
  • lávvardaga on Saturday
  • lávvardat Saturday
  • lávvordat Saturday
  • lávvu ###laavu
  • Lávželuokta Rypefjord (in Finnmárku)
  • leađbma (gč. skuffa) drawer
  • leagga leg (pant's)
  • leahttospálfu common swift (Apus apus)
  • leaibeloddi common redstart (Phoenicurus phoenicurus)
  • Leaibevuotna Olderfjord (Porsanger)
  • Leaibevuovdi Olderdalen (village in Gáivuotna)
  • leaibi grey alder, speckled alder, European alder (Alnus incana)
  • Leanaráđđehusat State Provincial Offices
  • leanta pencil
  • Leaŋgáviika Lenvik (a municipality in the county of Troms)
  • leaska widow; widower
  • leasmi rheumatism
  • leat to be
  • [LOC+] lea(t) to have
  • leatna province, county
  • Leavdnja Lakselv
  • leavga flag
  • leavggehit ###lemahtaa
  • leavvat to disperse, to spread out, to fan out, to break up; to permeate; to disintegrate, to break
  • ledjon lion
  • Ledjon Leo
  • leivvoš sky lark (Alauda arvensis)
  • lesba lesbian
  • lestadiánalaš Laestadian
  • lianta pencil
  • liánta pencil
  • liberalalaš liberal
  • lidnu Eurasian eagle owl, eagle owl (Bubo bubo)
  • Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
  • lieksi ###cod-liver oil
  • liepma broth; consomme
  • liepmačoaltu bouillon cube; broth cube; consomme cube; stock cube
  • liepmabulvarat ###powdered broth
  • Lietuva Lithuania
  • lievla steam; vapor (AmE), vapour (BrE)
  • lievlamašiidna steam engine
  • lihkku [+ILL] luck in s.t.
  • lihkolaš happy
  • lihkohisvuohta accident
  • lihkolohku lucky number
  • lihkostuvvat to succeed
  • lihkostuvvat bárttiid haga to go off without a hitch
  • lihkuhisvuohta accident
  • lihkustuvvat to succeed
  • lihtar liter (AmE), litre (BrE)
  • lihttar liter (AmE), litre (BrE)
  • lihtter liter (AmE), litre (BrE)
  • liibma glue
  • liidni cloth
  • liigebuvtta by-product
  • liika corpse
  • liikot to like
  • liikot [+ILL] to like s.t.
  • likta lantern
  • lingvistihkka (gč. gielladieđa) linguistics
  • lingvistihkalaš linguistic
  • linjála ruler
  • listu list
  • Loabát Lavangen (a municipality in the county of Troms)
  • loađgu short-eared owl (Asio flammeus)
  • loaggi a fat, short-legged, uglily-dressed person
  • loaggut to waddle? (to walk in an ugly manner, the way a loaggi walks; löntystää)
  • loahkka cusk (Brosme brosme)
  • loahpahus stop, ending, termination; coda; conclusion
  • loahpalaš final, terminal; definite
  • loahppa end, conclusion, finish
  • loaktit to use up
  • loatna loan
  • loddebivdu bird hunting
  • loddegonagas goldcrest (Regulus regulus)
  • loddejeagil (Ramalina polymorpha)
  • Loddejávri Fuglevatn (in Finnmárku)
  • loddejievži song thrush (Turdus philomelos)
  • loddi bird
  • logahat high school
  • logaldallan lecture
  • logaldallat to give a lecture
  • logádas one-tenth
  • logát tenth
  • loggahit to waddle? (to walk in an ugly manner; löntyst)
  • logi ten
  • lohkagoahtit to start to read
  • lohkanbadji semester (school term)
  • lohkat to read; to study (a subject); to count
  • lohkat [+A/G] to study s.t.
  • lohkki lid
  • lohkomearra amount
  • lohkosátni numeral, number
  • lohku (gč. nummir, nummar, siffar, nummár) number, numeral
  • lohku amount; list
  • lohpádallat to get engaged
  • lohpádallat [+COM] to get engaged to s.o.
  • lohpi [+INF] permission to do s.t.
  • lohpidit [+INF] to promise to do s.t.
  • lokatiiva locative
  • lokta attic
  • loktat to rise (to one's feet, etc.)
  • loktet to lift
  • London London (Londonis : locative)
  • lonet to lend s.t. (this is to lend something that will be used up and then repaid in kind later on, i.e. money, food, gas, etc.)
  • lossametálla heavy metal (not music)
  • lossat heavy
  • lotnolasviŋkil ###kombinasjonsvinkel
  • luffel velvet
  • luhčadávda diarrhea (AmE), diarrhoea (BrE)
  • [A/G+] luhtte at X's
  • Lujávri Lovozero (Ловозеро: Russia)
  • Luleju Luleå
  • Lulli-Afrihkká (gč. Mátta-Afrihkká) South Africa
  • Lulli-Amerihkká South America
  • Lulli-Suopma Southern Finland
  • lumma pocket
  • lunddolaš natural; plain
  • lunddolaš jogurta plain yoghurt
  • lunddolaččat naturally,
  • luobahit to give up, to resign, to hand over, to yield, to surrender
  • luobahit [+A/G+] [+ILL] to give up s.t. to s.o., to hand over s.t. to s.o.
  • luodobargi freelancer
  • luohkká class, grade; slope, hillside
  • ~luohkkálaš X-grader
  • luohti a yoik of a particular person, place, etc.
  • luohttit to trust
  • luohttit [+ILL] to trust s.o.
  • luoikat to lend (this is to lend something that will not get used up, i.e. car, clothing, pencils, pens, skis, etc.)
  • luoikat [+A/G+] [+ILL] to lend s.t. to s.o. (this is to lend something that will not get used up, i.e. car, clothing, pencils, pens, skis, etc.)
  • luoikkahit to borrow
  • luokta bay
  • luomi cloudberry, salmonberry (Rubus chamaemorus)
  • luonddudilli natural state
  • leat luonddudilis to be in its natural state
  • luonddupárka nature reserve
  • luondu nature
  • luossa salmon (Salmo salar)
  • luossaláibi salmon sandwich
  • luovččan chisel (computers)
  • luovvananbargu creative work
  • lupmet to pick cloudberries, to pick salmonberries
  • luvdá broom
  • luvdet to sweep
  • luvdet láhtti to sweep the floor
  • Luxemburg Luxembourg
  • lyralaš ego lyric ego
  • lyrihkka lyric poetry, lyrics
  • M
  • ~mađe X or so
  • magnehtalaš magnetic
  • magnehtta magnet
  • magnehttagieddi magnetic field
  • magnetogovdna magnetophone
  • mahtodat size; measurements
  • maid also, too
  • maid? what?
  • majonesa mayonnaise
  • makaruvnnat macaroni; pasta
  • makkár what kind of
  • makrealla mackerel (Scomber scombrus)
  • Malta Malta
  • man áigge? (gč. galle áigge) at what time?
  • man olu how many
  • mana dearvan see you later (said to one person who is leaving)
  • mandariidna tangerine
  • mannan čavčča last fall, last autumn
  • mannan dálvve last winter
  • mannan gease last summer
  • mannan giđa last spring
  • mannan ija last night
  • mannan jagi last year
  • mannan mánnodaga last Monday
  • mannan vahkkoloahpa last weekend
  • mannan vahkus last week
  • mannat to go
  • mannat [+LOC.] to go some place; to stop over some place
  • manne? why?
  • manni dearvan see you later (said to two people who are leaving)
  • maŋŋalaga dulkon consecutive interpreting
  • [A/G+] maŋŋá after s.t.
  • maŋŋá go after
  • maŋŋálágaid one after another; consecutively, in succession
  • maŋŋebárga Tuesday
  • maŋŋebárgga on Tuesday
  • maŋŋil later
  • maŋŋonit to be late; to be delayed
  • marináda marinade
  • mašiidna machine
  • matematihkka mathematics
  • Mauritius Mauritius
  • máddelii further south
  • máddi south
  • máddin in the south
  • máddinnuortan in the southeast
  • máddinoarjin in the southwest
  • mádjit beaver (Castor fiber)
  • máđoheapme impossible; incredibly large, enormous, gigantic, humongous
  • máhka uncle (aunt's husband); brother-in-law
  • Máhkarávju Magerøya
  • Máhkarainuorri Magerøysundet
  • máhppa binder (2-ring, 3-ring, 4-ring, etc.)
  • máhttit to be able, to know how
  • máhttit [+A/G] to be able to do s.t.
  • máhttu know-how, skill; expertise
  • máhtu earthworm; larva, grub
  • máilbmi world
  • Máilmme Luondduealliid Foandda World Wildlife Fund
  • Máilmmebáŋkku the World Bank Group (off. International Bank for Reconstruction and Development)
  • máilmmeviidosaš worldwide, global
  • Máilmmi Boazoálbmogiid searvi ###
  • máinnas fairy tale, tale
  • máinnus advertisement, ad, advert; commercial
  • máinnusteapmi advertising
  • máinnustit to advertise
  • máksit (ks:vss) to mean; to pay; to cost
  • máksit [+ILL] to pay s.o.
  • Málátvuopmi Målselv (a municipality in the county of Troms)
  • málbma ore
  • málestit to cook food; to prepare food
  • málli soup; gruel
  • máná biilastuollu car seat for a child
  • leat máná vuostá to be pregnant, to be expecting, to be with child
  • mánágoahtečotta cervix
  • mánágoahti uterus, womb
  • mánáheapmi childless
  • mánáid seksuálalaš illásteapmi child abuse, molestation
  • mánáid- ja nuoraidgirjjálašvuohta children's books (may also include the following categories: young adult, junior, teen)
  • mánáidbajásgeassin
  • mánáidgirji children's book
  • Mánáidklinihkka Department of Pediatrics (at the University of Oulu)
  • mánáidoadju (gč. mánáidruhta) child benefit (N)
  • mánáidprostitusšuvdna ###?child prostitution
  • mánáidruhta (gč. mánáidoadju) child benefit (N)child welfare (aid given to the children)
  • mánáidsuodjaluspedagoga child welfare (concern for the children)
  • mánálaš childish
  • mánná child
  • mánnáfuolaheapmi ### (beaivválaš dilis)
  • mánnáfuolahus ### (almmolaš ásahusa olis)
  • mánnáláhkkeguoddá ###
  • mánnávuohta childhood
  • mánnodaga on Monday
  • mánnodat Monday
  • mánnobálka (monthly) salary
  • mánnosaččat monthly
  • mánnosaš one month old
  • ~mánnosaš ~month old
  • mánnu moon
  • mánnui per month
  • mánotbadji month
  • mánus manuscript
  • máŋga [+GEN.SG] many X
  • máŋgejuvvot to be copied
  • máŋggagielalaš multilingual
  • máŋggaidlohku (gč. plurála) plural
  • máŋggakultuvrralaš multicultural
  • máŋggakultuvrralašvuohta multiculturalism
  • mášenteknihkka mechanical engineering
  • mášinlatnja motor room, engine room
  • mášinvanca motorboat, motor boat; powerboat
  • márfi sausage
  • márfut to make sausage(s)
  • márkan (gč. girkogilli) village, parish village
  • márki mark (currency)
  • Márregohppi Sørvær (in Finnmárku)
  • mássaluovvus sediment? loess?
  • mášiidna machine
  • máššu peace, peace of mind
  • mátematihkka mathematics
  • mátkemuitu souvenir
  • mátkešeahkka traveller's cheque (BrE), traveler's check (AmE)
  • mátketelefuvdna mobile phone, mobile telephone, mobile; cellular phone, cellular mobile telephone, cell phone
  • mátki trip, voyage
  • Mátta-Afrihkká (gč. Lulli-Afrihkká) South Africa
  • Mátta-Korea South Korea
  • Mátta-Várjjat Sør-Varanger (in Finnmárku)
  • máttanuorti southeast
  • máttanuortin in the southeast
  • máttanuorttas towards southeast, towards the southeast
  • máttaoarji southwest
  • máttaoarjin in the southwest
  • máttaoarjjás towards southwest, towards the southwest
  • máttar ancestor
  • máttaráigi antiquity
  • máttas southward, towards south, towards the south
  • máttavokála binding vowel
  • Máze Masi
  • meađđennjuvddus caviar
  • meahccedoallu forestry
  • meahccemáhttu sense of direction
  • meahcceeanamuorji wild strawberry, alpine strawberry (Fragaria vesca)
  • meahcceeananmuorji wild strawberry, alpine strawberry (Fragaria vesca)
  • Meahcceráđđehus National Board of Forestry
  • meahcci wilderness; forest
  • meahkástat common snipe, snipe (Gallinago gallinago)
  • mealli paddle; the adipose fin of a salmon
  • meannopsykologiija behavioural psychology (BrE), behavioural psychology (AmE)
  • mearadoallu aquaculture
  • mearka sign
  • mearkagiella sign language
  • mearkkašupmi meaning
  • mearra sea (not the high seas)
  • mearrabodni seabed, seafloor
  • mearragáddi coast; seashore
  • mearragáiru great black-backed gull (Larus marinus)
  • mearragoaskin white-tailed eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla)
  • mearrajohtindávvirvuorká maritime museum
  • mearraloddi seabird, seafowl; ###waterfowl?###
  • mearrediđolaš purposeful, goal-oriented
  • [A/G+] mearri amount of s.t., number of s.t.
  • meastta almost
  • mediija the media, the press
  • medisiidna medicine
  • mejeriija dairy
  • mekánihkka mechanics
  • Meksiko Mexico
  • melodiija melody
  • melovdna melon (Cucumis melo)
  • menddo too
  • menestuvvat to be successful
  • Menešjávri Menesjärvi
  • metafora metaphor
  • metálla metal
  • metállabázahus slag, cinder
  • metállašealgu ###metallinkiilto
  • meteorihtta meteorite
  • meteorologiija meteorology
  • metoda method, way
  • metodihkka methodology; methodics
  • metonymiija metonym
  • metrum meter (AmE), metre (BrE) (in poetry)
  • mieđihit to admit
  • mieđihit [+ill] to agree to s.t.; to give in to s.t.
  • mieđihit lobi to grant permission
  • mieđušteapmi ###
  • miehkki sword
  • miehta honey
  • miehtegulgii ###myötäkarvaan
  • miehtehápmi ###(the positive forms of the verbs, ant. biehttalanhápmi)
  • mielalaš mental (adj.)
  • mielalaš dearvvašvuohta mental health
  • [A/G+] mielas in s.o.'s opinion
  • mielde along, with
  • [A/G+] mielde according to s.t.; with s.o.
  • mielkeallergiija milk allergy
  • mielkeallergiikkar person allergic to milk
  • mielkemášiidna milking machine
  • mielkeproteidna? milk protein
  • mielki milk
  • miella mind; mood
  • mielladikšu (gč. terapiija) therapist
  • miessemánnu May
  • miesttaskilki whinchat (Saxicola rubetra)
  • miesttavizar common whitethroat (Sylvia communis)
  • mierka fog (non-winter)
  • migrena migraine
  • migrenabuohcci migraine sufferer
  • mihcamarrássi globeflower (Tróllius europaéus)
  • mihkkege [+A/G.PL] no [+N.]
  • miholaš self-assured, assured, confident, secure, self-confident, self-possessed
  • mihtidit to measure, to assess, to survey, to rate, to determine, to gauge, to gage
  • mihttobáddi measuring tape
  • mihttomearri scale (Math.)
  • mihttu measure, measurement
  • mii we (pl.)
  • mii [+A/G.PL] what X (objects)
  • Mii gullo? How are things going?
  • miila mile
  • mikrofovdna microphone
  • miljovdna million
  • millet to grind, to mill
  • min our, ours (pl.)
  • minerála mineral
  • ministeriija ministry, department (in the government)
  • ministtar minister (not a religious minister; cf. báhppa)
  • minoritehta minority (cf. unnitlohku)
  • ml. pl.
  • mo? how?
  • moadde [+A/G.SG] a couple of s.t.
  • moai we two (dual)
  • moarsi bride
  • moatti jagi dassái a couple of years back, a couple of years ago
  • mobben teasing
  • mobiltelefuvdna cellular phone, cell phone, mobile phone
  • modula module
  • mohkki bend, curve, turn
  • mohtor motor, engine
  • mohtorcross motorcross
  • mohtorgeaidnu motorway (BrE), highway (AmE), freeway, expressway
  • mohtorgielká (gč. skohter) snowmobile
  • mohtorsihkkel motorcycle
  • mola paint
  • molejeaddji painter
  • molekyla molecule
  • molet to paint
  • molsašuddi golut (gč. rievdigolut)variable costs
  • molssa (gč. gira) gear (for a stick-shift car)
  • molssabiktasat spare clothes; change of clothes
  • molssačoavdda ###skiftenøkkel
  • molssaeaktu alternative; choice; option
  • molssaevttolaš alternative (adj.)
  • molssaevttolaš golut alternative costs?
  • molssarávdnji ###vekselstrøm
  • molssodanlatnja changing room?
  • momeanta moment
  • mon I (dialectal)
  • monimuš kidney
  • monin kidney
  • monnejođas Fallopian tube
  • monneráksá ovary
  • monnevielgadas (egg) white
  • monni egg
  • monnut to lay eggs
  • monologa monologue
  • monopola monopoly
  • mopeda moped
  • moraš sorrow; grief; distress
  • morašlaš sorrowful; sad
  • morašsáhka bad news, sad news, the news of something bad, sad tidings, bad tidings
  • moraštit (gč. omardit) to mourn for
  • morála moral
  • morčesuotna ###
  • morči ###
  • morfologiija morphology
  • morša walrus (Odobenus rosmarus)
  • morrái a morning person
  • morránit to wake up
  • Moskva Moscow
  • mot? how?
  • Mot manná? How's it going?
  • motiiva motive; motif
  • motorihkalaš motor (adj.)
  • motorihkka motor skills, motor coordination, motor co-ordination
  • movtta enthusiastic
  • movttiidit to become enthusiastic; to become inspired, to get excited; to become interested in
  • mu my, mine
  • mu mielas in my opinion
  • mugga mug
  • muhtter nut (as in nut and bolt)
  • muhtimin occasionally, sometimes; every now and then
  • muhto but (conj.)
  • muhtumin occasionally, sometimes
  • muitaleaddji narrator, relator, storyteller; source, informant
  • muitalit to tell, to say
  • muitalit [+ILL] to tell s.o., to say to s.o.
  • muitalus tale
  • muitit to remember
  • muitogeađgi monument
  • muitomearka monument
  • muittašit to remember, to reminisce, to look back on, to recall
  • muittuhit to remind, to point out, to remark upon
  • muittus atnit to keep in mind
  • multičearddalaš multiethnic; multinational
  • mun I
  • mun ieš myself
  • munno our, ours (dual)
  • muođut (gč. ámadadju) face
  • muohta snow
  • muohtu cheek
  • Muokteduottar Muotkatunturi (Finland)
  • muorji berry
  • muorra tree
  • muorracivkkán tree pipit (Anthus trivialis)
  • muorragakcu Eurasian treecreeper (Certhia familiaris)
  • muorravajus woodcut
  • Muosát Måsøy (in Norwegian)
  • muotki isthmus; journey?
  • muovjejieret gooseberry (Ribes uva-crispa)
  • muoŧŧá aunt (mother's younger sister)
  • murjet to pick berries, to go berry-picking (coll.)
  • Murmánska Murmansk (Мурманск: Russia)
  • Murmánskka Áhpebiologalaš Instituhtta Murmansk Marine Biological Institute
  • musihkka music
  • musliima Muslim
  • mytologiija mythology
  • N
  • na well, now
  • naba (gč. nabat) what about, how about, and what about....? (used at the beginning of interrogative sentences instead of and.)
  • nabat (gč. naba) what about, how about, and what about....? (used at the beginning of interrogative sentences instead of and.)
  • nađđaruonas ###
  • nagodit to be able to, to be capable of
  • [A/G+] nalde on top of s.t.
  • namaheapmi (gč. anoniima, anonyma) anonymous
  • namahus entitlement; designation, title
  • namma name
  • [A/G+] nammii ###jnk tarkoituksessa; jnk nimeen###
  • narkoávnnes drugs, narcotics
  • narkomána drug addict, addict
  • Narviika Narvik
  • natrovdna ?natron
  • navválit to become furless through soaking, wear-and-tear, etc.
  • in this way, like this, this way
  • náitalngovva wedding picture
  • náitalit to get married
  • náittosguoibmi spouse
  • nákcet [+INF] to be able to do
  • nállogoahti needle case, needle box, needle storage box (only used for those that attach to a belt around the user's waist?)
  • nálloguoddá pin cushion
  • nállomuorat coniferous tree, softwood tree
  • nállošlbmi eye (of a needle)
  • nállu needle, sewing needle
  • náppos rutabaga (AmE/CaE), swede (BrE) (Brassica napus, var. rapifera)
  • nástefinddár plaice (Pleuronectes platessa)
  • násti star
  • násttáš starlet, little star
  • návddašit to enjoy
  • návet cowshed
  • návlet to nail
  • návli nail; pound (unit of weight); dick (vulgar)
  • návrraš turnip (Brassica rapa var. rapa)
  • Návuotna Kvænangen(a municipality in the county of Troms)
  • nearva nerve
  • nearvafierbmi (gč. nearvasystema) nervous system
  • nearvasystema (gč. nearvafierbmi) nervous system
  • nearvasystema dávda neurological disorder
  • neavttár actor, actress
  • negatiiva negative
  • nenetsalaš Nenets (person)
  • nettoboahtu net income
  • nevrologalaš neurological
  • Nicaragua Nicaragua
  • nieiddaš young lady, young woman
  • niegadit [+A/G+] birra to dream about s.t.
  • niehtti nut
  • nieida girl; daughter; virgin
  • nieida Márjá Virgin Mary
  • nieidabealle stepdaughter
  • nieidamánná girl
  • nieidavuohta girlhood
  • nieiddaš small girl
  • nierra cheekbone
  • niesti provisions; packed lunch
  • Nigeria Nigeria
  • niibi knife (that has a sheath)
  • niitocivkkán meadow pipit (Anthus pratensis)
  • niski nape, back of the neck
  • nisogordni ###hvetekorn
  • nisojáffut (gč. nisojáfut, nisot, nisut) wheat flour
  • nisojáfut (gč. nisojáffut, nisot, nisut) wheat flour
  • nisoláibi ###wheat bread
  • nisot (gč. nisojáffut, nisojáfut, nisut) wheat flour
  • nissonolmmoš woman
  • nissu harbor porpoise (AmE), harbour porpoise (BrE) , common porpoise (Phocoena phocoena, Phocaena phocaena)
  • nisu wheat
  • nisu woman
  • nisut (gč. nisojáffut, nisot, nisojáfut) wheat flour
  • nivhalaš Nivkh (person)
  • njaláhas slippery, slick
  • njalkkas slippery, slick
  • njálbmi mouth
  • njálgat candy, confectionary, sweets
  • njálggis sweet, candy
  • njálla arctic fox (Alopex lagopus)
  • njálmmálaš oral; spoken; verbal
  • njálmmálaččat orally; verbally
  • njárga peninsula; promontory?
  • njárggaš headland
  • Njávdán Neiden (in Finnmárku)
  • [A/G+] njeaigi towards s.t., into s.t.
  • njealjádas (gč. kvárta, várta) quarter hour
  • njealjádas one-fourth
  • njealját fourth
  • njealjehaskilomehter square kilometer(AmE), square kilometre (BrE)
  • njealjehasmehter square meter(AmE), square metre (BrE)
  • njealjelanjadat four-room apartment
  • njeallje four
  • njealljelogi forty
  • njealljenuppelohkái fourteen
  • njiččehas mammal
  • njieládit to swallow
  • njoammil Arctic hare, European hare (Lepus timidus)
  • njoazit slowly
  • njolodit to lick
  • njozet slowly
  • njuikehat ###hyppyri
  • njuikehit to make s.o. jump; to jump up for s.t.; to mount (for copulation; animals)
  • njuikestit to jump (e.g., out of surprise), to start; to bound, to spring up
  • njuiken jump; spring; bound; leap; vault; hop; skip (n.)
  • njuikun rigid heddle
  • njuiket to jump once; to hop once; to bypass; to jump up
  • njuikkodastit to hop for a small period of time
  • njuikkodit to jump for an extended period of time; to hop; to skip; to bounce around
  • njuikkuhit to bounce up and down; to weave with a reed and a back-strap
  • njuikulit to hop away
  • njuikun reed (for a loom and for weaving in the back-strap style)
  • njuikunbáddi jump rope
  • njuikunspábba Hippity hop, Hoppity hop, Hoppity horse, Hopper ball (those ball-like things that kids used to bounce up and down on)
  • njuikut to jump
  • njukča whooper swan (Cygnus cygnus)
  • njukčamánnu March
  • njukkodallat to hop for an extended period of time
  • njunnálagaid face to face
  • njunni nose
  • njuohpa ###
  • njuohppi ###
  • njuolla arrow
  • Njuottejávri ###Nuortijärvi
  • njuorju seal (Phocinae)
  • njuoska wet
  • njuoskadit to water, to wet
  • njuoskat to get wet
  • njuoskkas wet
  • njuoskkasnaga soaking wet, sodden, dripping wet
  • njuovahat slaughterhouse, abattoir
  • njuovčča tongue (in the mouth)
  • njurgganas whistle (n.)
  • njurggu common scoter (Melanitta nigra)
  • njurgut to whistle
  • no well
  • noarsa mountain avens (Dryas octopétala)
  • noastoveahka (F) ###nostoväki - home reserve?
  • noavki vacuum cleaner
  • noavkkuhit to vacuum
  • nohkastit to sleep for a short period of time
  • nohkat to cease, to halt, to stop, to come to an end, to terminate (intr.), to end, to finish, to close, to discontinue; to lose weight due to an illness
  • nohkihit to fall asleep all of a sudden
  • nohkkadit to put to sleep
  • nohkkat to fall asleep, to nod off, to drop off
  • nohkki sleeper
  • nohkki mánnu waning moon
  • nolla zero
  • nominašuvdna nomination
  • nominatiiva nominative
  • Nordkáhppa (gč. Davvinjárga, Davvenjárga) Nordkapp (in Norwegian)
  • Nordkáhppašleađđu ###?Nordkapp plateau
  • Norga Norway
  • norgalaš Norwegian (n./adj.)
  • Norgga Cáhcadat ja Energijadirektoráhtta (NVE) Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate (NVE)
  • Norgga Suonjardanbearráigeahčču ###
  • novealla short story
  • nu so (adv.)
  • nu dávjá ###så ofte
  • nuppe bealde on the other side
  • nubbi second; another
  • nubbigiella second language
  • nugo like, as; just
  • nuhtat (gč. nuhtot, nuvttot) nuvttot (a fur-boot made out of reindeer skin.)
  • nuhtot (gč. nuhtat, nuvttot) nuvttot (a fur-boot made out of reindeer skin.)
  • nummar (gč. lohku, nummir, siffar, nummár) number, numeral
  • nummargalba license plate (AmE), number plate (BrE)
  • nummár (gč. lohku, nummar, siffar, nummir) number, numeral
  • nummir (gč. lohku, nummar, siffar, nummár) number, numeral
  • nuohtat music; sheet music
  • nuohttebahta ###nuotanperä
  • nuohttejielli ###
  • nuohtti ###a type of net, seine?
  • nuohtut ###to fish with a nuohtti
  • nuoladit to get undressed, to undress, to remove clothes, to take off (intr.)
  • nuolahit to undress (tr.)
  • nuolahit [+A/G] to undress s.o.
  • nuommi (gč. nuommir) ###
  • nuommir (gč. nuommi) ###
  • numerála numeral, number
  • nuoraidskuvla secondary school
  • Nuorggán Nuorgam
  • nuorra young
  • nuorravuohta youth
  • Nuorri Hopseidet (in Finnmárku)
  • nuorri sound, strait, channel
  • Nuortabađaeana Ostrobothnia
  • nuortacihci rustic bunting (Emberiza rustica)
  • nuortalaš Skolt Sami
  • Nuortamearra the Baltic Sea
  • Nuortariika Austria
  • nuortasápmelaš Skolt Sami
  • nuortasuopmanin in the eastern dialect
  • Nuortaváhki ###Nordvågen (in Finnmárku)
  • nuorti east
  • nuoskkesdávda sexually transmitted disease (STD), venereal disease (VD)
  • nuoskkideapmi pollution
  • nuoskkidit to pollute
  • nuvttá for free
  • nuvttot (gč. nuhtat, nuhtot) nuvttot (a fur-boot made out of reindeer skin.)
  • O
  • oabbá sister
  • Oadjoetáhta National Insurance Administration (N)
  • oadju insurance
  • oađđenlatnja bedroom
  • oađđensádji berth; bed
  • oađđit to sleep; to be asleep; to sleep with s.o.
  • oađestuvvat to get sleepy
  • oaffar offering, sacrifice; victim
  • oaffaruššat to sacrifice
  • oaggu angler
  • oaggunstággu fishing rod
  • oaggut to angle; ###to fish?
  • oahpaheaddji teacher
  • oahpaheaddjibagadus teacher's guide, teacher's manual
  • oahpahit to teach
  • Oahpahusministeriija (F) Ministry of Education
  • oahpahusráđđi ###
  • oahppat to learn
  • oahppi student
  • oahppogirji schoolbook
  • oahppovahkku (F) credit hour, credit, credit unit (school)
  • oaidnalit to see one another, to see each other
  • oaidnit (idd:inn) to see
  • oaiveodoaimmaheaddji chief editor, editor-in-chief
  • oaivegávpot capital (city)
  • oaivegávpotguovlu the capital and its surrounding towns
  • oaivebávččas headache
  • oaivejeagil northern reindeer lichen; start reindeer lichen (Cladina stellaris)
  • oaiveministtar (F) (gč. stáhtaministtar (N), (S)) prime minister
  • oaivi head
  • oaivvadeaddji consultant
  • oaivvildit to be of the opinion of s.t.
  • oaksejeagil (Hypogymnia)
  • oaksi branch
  • oalgeánnas minor (n.)
  • oalgecealkka subordinate clause
  • oalgedákti collarbone, collar bone
  • oalgejohka tributary
  • oalgi shoulder
  • oamastaddji owner
  • oamastit to own
  • ###Oamasvuotna
  • oambealle cousin (female)
  • oanádus abbreviation
  • oanehaš short
  • oapmelaš ###
  • oarbbis orphan
  • Oarjegáddi West Bank
  • oarjesuopmanin in the western dialect
  • oarri squirrel
  • oasseáigibargu part-time job, part-time work
  • oasseváldi participant
  • oassi part; passage
  • oassi [+LOC.] part of something
  • oasti buyer, purchaser
  • oastit to buy, to purchase
  • oatnut to get shorter, to shorten
  • oažžut to be allowed; to get, to receive
  • oažžut [+INF] to be allowed to do
  • obbondávda constipation (AmE)
  • objektiivalaččat objectively
  • observatoriija observatory
  • odne today
  • ođđa new
  • ođđaáigásaš contemporary, modern
  • ođđabeairuohta (gč. ođđabeaivvi ruohta) New Year's Eve
  • ođđabeaivvi ruohta (gč. ođđabeairuohta) New Year's Eve
  • ođđadárogiella Nynorsk
  • ođđajagimánnu January
  • ođđasat the news
  • ođđasis again
  • Ođđa Selánda New Zealand
  • ođđa-selándalaš New Zealander; Kiwi (coll.)
  • ođđasis again
  • ođđavarat (gč. ruksesvarat) ruddy, rubicund, florid
  • ohcámuš application; proposal, petition
  • ohcat to look for; to apply, to apply for
  • ohcat [+A/G] to look for s.t.
  • ohcat [+A/G+] [+ILL] to look for s.t. for s.t.
  • ohcci applicant
  • Ohcejohka Utsjoki
  • oidnot to be visible
  • okta one
  • oktagas individual (n.)
  • oktagaslaš individual (adj.)
  • oktage [+NEG.] no-one, no one, nobody
  • oktage [+POS.] anyone, anybody, any
  • oktanuppelogát eleventh
  • oktanuppelohkái eleven
  • oktasaš joint, common; collective
  • oktasašbargu (N.) cooperation, collaberation
  • oktavuohta contact; ###yhteenkuuluvuus###
  • oktavuohta [+ILL] contact with s.t.; connection with s.t.
  • oktavuohtadieđut contact information
  • oktibuot all in all, total, in all, altogether, coming to a total of, totalling
  • oktii once, one time
  • oktiibeaškkiheapmicollision, car accident
  • oktiibuot all in all, total, in all, altogether, coming to a total of, totalling
  • oktilisvuohta ###
  • okto alone, by oneself
  • oktoeadni single mother
  • oktováhnen single parent
  • oktovuohta loneliness, solitude
  • ol. sg.
  • oláhus ###
  • olbmoborranrássi (gč. boska) angelica (Angelica archangelica)
  • Olgešbellodat the Coalition Party
  • olgešgáma the right shoe
  • olggos (to) outside
  • olgoministtar Foreign Minister
  • olgun outside
  • olju oil
  • ollesbeaivebargu full-time job, full-time work
  • ollislas? general (adj.)
  • ollet to arrive
  • ollu [+NOM.PL] many
  • ollugo (gč. olugo) how many, how much
  • olmmái friend; man
  • Olmmáivákki Manndalen (village in Gáivuotna)
  • olmmoš person
  • olmmošgoddi murderer
  • olmmošlohkan census
  • olmmošlohku assessment unit of land; population number, number of inhabitants
  • olmmošvuoigatvuođasoahpamuš Declaration of Human Rights(?)
  • olu many
  • olugo (gč. ollugo) how many, how much
  • om. (=ovdalis máinnašuvvon ) said, same; aforesaid; aforementioned; above, preceding
  • omardit (gč. moraštit) to mourn for
  • Omasvuotna Storfjord (municipality in the county of Troms)
  • omd. (ovdamearkka dihte) e.g. (exempli gratia)
  • ON (Ovttastáhttojuvvon Nášuvnnat) U.N. (the United Nations)
  • oppa entire, whole
  • oppa áigge the whole time, all the time
  • oppa dálvvi the whole winter
  • oppa ... -ge not even X
  • oppalaš general; overall, total, gross
  • oppalaš govva general idea; overview, general picture
  • oppalaš plána master plan
  • oppamáilmmalaš worldwide, global
  • oppamáilmmálaš worldwide, global
  • opposišuvdna opposition
  • optihkka optics
  • optimista optimist
  • optimistalaš optimistic
  • oránša orange (color)
  • orbbeš ring finger; fourth toe
  • organisašuvdna organization (AmE)
  • organiseret to organize (AmE)
  • orgel organ (instrument)
  • orkeasttar orchestra
  • oro jaska! be quiet!
  • orohat ###paliskunta###
  • orohkalaš Oroch(?), Orok(?)
  • orronguoibmi common-law spouse
  • orrun accomodation
  • orrunsadji apartment asunto
  • orrut to be; to live; to seem, to appear
  • orrut [+ESS.NOM.] to seem to be s.t., to feel like s.t.
  • orrut [+LOC] to live somewhere
  • orrut ###dagakeahttá to not do s.t.
  • orrut ija to stay over, to stay overnight
  • orrut jaska to be still, to keep quiet
  • ortnetlohku ordinal number, ordinal
  • ortodoksalaš orthodox, Orthodox
  • ortografiija orthography
  • orustit to stop (intransitive)
  • oskkolaš religious, devout; pious
  • oskkoldat (gč. osku) religion
  • osku (gč. oskkoldat) religion
  • oskkudovddastus credo
  • ossodat department
  • ossodatbuohccedivššár charge nurse, head nurse, sister (BrE)
  • ossodatjo­odiheaddji department head, departmental head
  • Oslo Oslo
  • ostu bark (from the willow tree, especially used for tanning hides in)
  • otnábeaivi nowadays
  • otne today
  • otne iđitbeaivve this morning
  • Oulu universitehta University of Oulu
  • ovccát ninth
  • ovcci nine
  • ovccilogi ninety
  • ovccinuppilohkái nineteen
  • ovdabeaŋka front seat
  • ovdagovva model; paragon
  • ovdahistorjá prehistory
  • ovdahistorjjálaš prehistorical
  • ovdal [+A/G] before X o'clock
  • ovdaláigge riegádan prematurely born
  • ovdalgo before
  • ovdalis máinnašuvvon (=om.) said, same; aforesaid; aforementioned; above, preceding
  • ovdamáksu advance (payment)
  • ovdamearka example
  • ovdamearkan for example
  • ovdamearkka dihte (=omd.) exempli gratia (=e.g.)
  • ovdanamma first name
  • ovdanáhkki foreskin
  • ovdasátni foreword, prologue
  • ovdaskuvla preschool
  • ovdavearru advance tax
  • ovdáneapmi progress
  • ovddabealde ###
  • ovddas in front of; from in front of
  • ovddasteaddji (gč. áirras) representative
  • ovddit previous, last
  • ovddit dálvvi during last winter, last winter
  • ovddit vahkus last week, during last week
  • ovditjahki last year
  • Ovnnesjohka Ounasjoki
  • ovttaidlohku singular
  • ovttalanjadat one-room apartment
  • leat ovttas [+COM] to be together with s.o., to be with s.o.
  • ovttasbargu (N.) cooperation, collaboration
  • ovttasbargovuohki form of cooperation, collaboration
  • ovttasbargoguoibmi partner, collaborator
  • ovttaskas olmmoš individual (n.)
  • ovttasráđiid [+COM] together with s.o.
  • ovttastahttit to unite
  • Ovttastáhttojuvvon Nášuvnnat (ON) the United Nations (U.N.)
  • Ovttastáhttojuvvon Nášuvnnat ekonomalaū ja sosiála ráđđi United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)
  • ovttastahttojuvvot to be united
  • ovttastallat to date, to go steady(?)
  • Ovttastuvvan stáhtat USA, United States of America
  • ovttasvástu joint responsibility
  • ovtto always, forever, for ever; constantly
  • P
  • Pajala Pajala
  • pakistánalaš Pakistani
  • palestinalaš Palestinian
  • ###panservovdnagranáhta ###panssarikranaatti
  • panteisma pantheism
  • paraferen initialling
  • paraferet to initial
  • parafrása paraphrase
  • parallellisma parallelism
  • paraniehtti Brazil nut (Bertholletia excelsa)
  • parapsykologiija parapsychology
  • Parisa Paris
  • parlameanta parliament
  • parlamentáralaš parliamentary
  • partihkal particle
  • pasieanta patient
  • passionšattus passion fruit (Passiflora edulis)
  • passiiva passive
  • passiiva giella passive language
  • pateanta patent
  • páhkka package, packet, parcel
  • páhkejuvvon mátki package holiday, package tour
  • pánta collateral; pledge; security; deposit
  • pántagirji letter of pledge; mortgage deed
  • pántavuoigatvuohta lien
  • párasihtta parasite
  • peanna pen (writing utensil)
  • peannabagaldat cap (for pen)
  • peannaveažir peen hammer
  • pearbma ring binder
  • pedagogalaš pedagogical, pedagogic
  • pektiidna pectin
  • pendelasti johtolat commuter traffic, commuting
  • penšuvdna pension
  • perfeakta perfect, perfect tense
  • perfeavtta partisihppa past participle, perfect participle
  • permafrosta (gč. áloduollu, agálaš duollu) permafrost
  • persepšuvdna perception
  • persihkka peach
  • personbiila automobile; passenger car (AmE), private car, motorcar
  • personifiseren personification
  • personvearuhus personal tax
  • persovdnasisaboahtu personal income
  • perspektiiva perspective
  • perspektiiva [+ILL] perspective on s.t.; opinion on s.t.
  • leat pessimisttalaš [+LOC] to be pessimistic about s.t.
  • piáno piano
  • pinjoŋga pinion
  • pinseahtat (pl.) tweezers
  • plastihkka plastic
  • plastihkkaduvka plastic tablecloth
  • plankton plankton
  • plánejuvvot to be planned
  • plánet to plan
  • plánet [+INF] to plan on doing s.t., to plan to do s.t.
  • plásttar (gč. plástter) plaster (BrE), band-aid, Band-aid (AmE)
  • plomme plum
  • plurála (gč. máŋggaidlohku) plural
  • pluskvamperfeakta past perfect, pluperfect
  • pneumokohkka pneumococcus
  • poasta mail, post, postal service; post office
  • poastabálvalus postal service
  • poastagiro (gč. poastasirdda) postal giro, postal transfer, postal money transfer (AmE), giro (BrE)
  • poastasirdda (gč. poastagiro) postal giro, postal transfer, postal money transfer (AmE), giro (BrE)
  • poesiija poetry
  • poetihkka poetics
  • Polen Poland
  • poles (gč. poliisa) police
  • poliisa (gč. politiija) (F) police
  • poliisabire (F) police district (BrE), precinct (AmE)
  • poliisahoavda (F) chief of police
  • poliisalágádus (F) city police department
  • poliisarádju (F) ###police depot
  • poliisastašuvdna (F) police station
  • poliisavirgeoapmahaš (F) police authority
  • poliklinihkka out-patient department
  • politihkalaš political
  • politihkka politics; policy
  • politihkkar politician
  • politihkkár politician
  • politiija (gč. poliisa) police (N)
  • politiijabuođđu ###police blockade (N)
  • polyvinylklorid polyvinyl chloride
  • pornografiija pornography
  • Porsáŋggu Porsanger
  • Porsáŋgguvuotna ###
  • Portugála Portugal
  • portugiisa Portuguese (language)
  • posttraumáhtalaš streassa post-traumatic stress disorder
  • potentiála potential (grammar)
  • praktihkalaš practical
  • preassa press, media
  • preassadiedahus press release
  • preassadieđáhus press release
  • preassakonferánsa press conference
  • prentegoahtit to start to print, to start to imprint
  • prentenguovddaš State Printing Office
  • preseansa present, present tense
  • presideanta president
  • preterihtta preterit, preterite, past, past tense
  • prinsihpalaš ###
  • problema problem
  • prográmma program (computers)
  • pronašuvdna pronation
  • pronomen pronoun
  • propealla propeller
  • prosa prose
  • proseanta percent
  • prostitusšuvdna prostitution
  • prošeakta project
  • prošeaktajođiheaddji project manager, project leader
  • psykalaš psychological
  • psykálaš psychological (?)
  • psykiatralaš psychiatric
  • psykiatralaš buohccedikšu psychiatric nurse
  • psykiatriija psychiatry
  • psykolingvistihkka psycholinguistics
  • psykologiija psychology
  • psykologa psychologist
  • puberteahtta (gč. pubertehta, rávásmanahki) puberty
  • pubertehta (gč. puberteahtta, rávásmanahki) puberty
  • PVC PVC
  • R
  • rabárber rhubarb
  • rabaslihttu common-law marriage
  • raddi chest
  • radioaktivitehta radioactivity
  • radioaktiivvalaš radioactive
  • raestaluvvot to go bankrupt
  • rahpan opening ceremony
  • rahpat to open; to open up
  • raporta report
  • rasisma racism
  • raŧŧi (R) road
  • ravda edge
  • rábmot [+COM] to brag about s.t., to boast about s.t.
  • rádio radio
  • rádioaktiivvalaš radioactive
  • rádioaktivitehta radioactivity
  • rádjá (gč. rádji) ###border
  • rádječáhcatkommišuvdna ###
  • rádji (gč. rádjá) ###border
  • rádju (gč. arkiiva) archive
  • ráđđeaddi adviser
  • ráđđehus government
  • ráfálaš peaceful, tranquil, calm; restful; quiet
  • ráfi peace
  • ráhkaduvvot to be built
  • ráhkestit to love
  • ráhkesvuohta (gč. ráhkisvuohta) love
  • ráhkis dear
  • ráhkistit to love
  • ráhkisvuohta (gč. ráhkesvuohta) love
  • Ráhkkerávju Kvalsund (municipality in Norway)
  • ráidodássi division (sports)
  • ráidu series; a chain of events or objects one after another (e.g., reindeer, comic strips, etc.)
  • ráigi hole
  • ráinnas clean (adj.)
  • Ráisa Nordreisa (a municipality in the county of Troms)
  • Ráisavuotna Sørreisa (a municipality in the county of Troms)
  • [A/G+] rájes since ~
  • rájes ~ rádjai from ~ to
  • ráksá gland
  • rámbi cripple, lame
  • rámpot [+COM] to brag about s.t., to boast about s.t.
  • Ránáidsuolu Tranøy (a municipality in the county of Troms)
  • ránes grey, gray
  • ránesbákti gangue, rock waste, mullock (AustE
  • ránesčáihni grey-headed woodpecker (Picus canus)
  • ránesčuonjá greylag goose (Anser anser)
  • ránesháigir grey heron (Ardea cinerea)
  • ránesjeagil grey reindeer lichen (Cladina rangiferina)
  • ráneslivkkár spotted flycatcher (Muscicapa striata)
  • ránesnjuorju (gč. áidni) grey seal (Halichoerus grypus)
  • ránesrásttis fieldfare (Turdus pilaris)
  • ránesskávli herring gull (Larus argentatus)
  • ránesskuolfi great grey owl (Strix nebulosa)
  • ránessnárttal gadwall (Anas strepera)
  • ránnja neighbour
  • Ránska (gč. Fráŋkriika, Frankriika) France
  • rántto fussy, finicky; pedantic; persnickety (AmE), pernickety (BrE)
  • rápma frame
  • rápmi ###prestige
  • rássi flower
  • Rástegáisá Rastegaissa (a fjell on the bank of the Deatnu, on the Norwegian side of the border)
  • rásttáš northern wheatear (Oenanthe oenanthe)
  • ráttáš meteorit
  • ráva advice
  • rávásmanahki (gč. puberteahtta, pubertehta) puberty
  • rávdi smith; blacksmith
  • Rávdnjenjárga Strømsnes Hammerfeasta
  • rávdnji ###electricity; stream
  • rávdu (g#0269;. valas) arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus)
  • ráves olmmoš (gč. rávisolmmoš, rávesolmmoš) adult
  • rávesolmmoš (gč. ráves olmmoš, rávisolmmoš) adult
  • rávgoš ruff (Philomachus pugnax)
  • rávisolmmoš (gč. ráves olmmoš, rávesolmmoš) adult
  • reabbá crab
  • Reabbá Cancer
  • reageret to react
  • reahka sleigh; sledge
  • Reahkkejávri Räkkijärvi (in Finland)
  • reakšuvdna reaction
  • reantu interest (financial)
  • reaŋga hired hand, farmhand, farm hand (male)
  • Reappá jorggihanbirradat Tropic of Cancer
  • reastaluvvan bankrupt (adj.)
  • reatká common juniper (Juniperus communis)
  • reatkájeagil (Cetraria juniperina)
  • reatkámuorji juniper berry (Juniperus communis)
  • rehkenastin ###regning
  • rehkenastinmaáiidna calculator
  • rehket:g calculation; arithmetic
  • rehketdoalli accountant; bookkeeper
  • rehketdoallobadji accounting period, fiscal period, financial year (BrE)
  • rehketdoallodoaimmahat accounting firm(BrE)
  • rehketdoallolađastallan ###regnskapanalyse (BrE)
  • rehketdoalloloahpahus financial statement (BrE)
  • rehketdoallu accounting; bookkeeping
  • reiset to travel
  • reive letter
  • reivegurse correspondence course
  • rekonstrukšuvdna reconstruction
  • relatiivapronomen relative pronoun
  • republihkka (gč. dásseváldi) republic
  • rettet radish
  • revolušuvdna (gč. válddigomiheapmi) revolution
  • Reykjaviikka### Reykjavik
  • riddoviroš red knot (Calidris canutus)
  • rieban fox (Vulpes vulpes)
  • riegádahttit to give birth
  • riegádahttinruhta parental benefit, daily cash benefit granted after the birth of a child (N)
  • riegádan née, nee
  • riegádanáigi time of birth, date of birth
  • riegádanbáiki place of birth, birthplace
  • riegádanbeaivi birthday
  • riegádanlohku birth rate, birth-rate
  • riegádanmearkka birthmark
  • riegádanruovttugielda place of birth
  • riegádeapmi birth
  • riegádit to be born
  • riegádus birth
  • riegádeapmi birth
  • riehkadit (gč. riehkidit) ###
  • riehkidit (gč. riehkadit) ###
  • Riehpponávži Repparfjorddalen (in Finnmárku)
  • Riehppovuotna Repparfjord (in Finnmárku)
  • riehtudit (gč. garrudit) to swear, to curse, to use foul language, to cuss (intransitive)
  • riekta right, correct (adv.?)
  • riektegustojeaddji valid (legally)
  • riektehistorjá history of law, legal history
  • riektehistorjádutki ###
  • riektehistorjjálaš legal history (as an attribute)
  • Riekteministtar Justice Minister
  • riepmat to start, to begin
  • riepmat [+INF] to start to do s.t., to being to do s.t.
  • rievdaduvvot to be changed
  • rievdigolut (gč. molsašuddi golut)variable cost
  • rievdijiekŋa drift ice
  • rievdnu pin
  • rievssat willow ptarmigan (Lagopus lagopus)
  • rievssatcizáš willow warbler (Phylloscopus trochilus)
  • rievssatfálli gyrfalcon (Falco rusticolus)
  • riggat to make rich
  • riggut to get rich
  • rihccecuoppu (gč. rihcit) frog (Rana temporaria)
  • rihccut naked, nude
  • rihcit (gč. rihccecuoppu) frog (Rana temporaria)
  • rihkolaš criminal (adj.)
  • rihkolašvuohta crime
  • rihkus crime, felony, criminal offence (BrE)
  • rihkusášši criminal case, criminal action
  • rihkusdutkan criminal investigation
  • rihkuslaboratoria crime laboratory, crime lab
  • rihkusláhka penal code, criminal code (CaE)
  • rihkusnamahus ###rikosnimike
  • riibadahttinfabrihkka cannery
  • riidobohciideaddji polemic, polemical, controversial, argumentative
  • riidalit [+COM] to fight with s.o.; to quarrel with s.o.
  • riifu snail
  • riidet to ride (only an animal?)
  • riidu fight; quarrel
  • riigodat wealth, riches; affluence
  • riika country, nation, state
  • riikaluodda (gč. riikkageaidnu) highway, main road
  • riikaráđđi privy council
  • riikkabeaivvit parlamentary session
  • riikkageaidnu (gč. riikaluodda) highway, main road
  • riikkaidgaskasaš international
  • riikkajoavku national team
  • riikkavuloš citizen, national? (N)
  • Riimmat Nordmannset (in Davvesiida)
  • riipu snail
  • rikkis rich, wealthy
  • riŋget to call, to phone
  • risbárdni godson
  • risenat (pl.) rice
  • risenrievdna grain of rice
  • rismánná godchild
  • risnieida goddaughter
  • Rissebávti Gressbakken
  • rista cross (n.)
  • ristáhčči godfather
  • risteadni godmother
  • Ristalaš demokráhtta Christian democrat
  • risttalaš Christian (n./adj.)
  • risttalašvuohta Christianity
  • ristváhnen (gč. fáttar) godparent
  • rišša sulphur, sulfur; match
  • riššadoassa matchbox
  • riššasággi (gč. dolat, riššat) matches
  • riššat (gč. riššasággi, dolat) matches
  • riššu shower
  • ritma (gč. rytma) rhythm
  • ritni rime ice, ###crusted snow (thickly coated on trees, rocks, etc.)
  • rivdnji ###strait?
  • rivgu non-Sámi woman
  • Rivttát Gratangen (municipality in the county of Troms)
  • rivven seizure, appropriation, usurpation
  • rivvet to seize, to appropriate, to usurp
  • roahkastit ###
  • roahkkadit bravely; courageously; daringly, boldly
  • roahkkasit [+ILL] to get mixed up in s.t.; to get caught
  • roahkkasmahttit to encourage
  • roahkkavuohta courage; bravery; boldness, daring
  • roahkki hook, latch, catch, hasp
  • roancejeagil green reindeer lichen, yellow reindeer lichen (Cladina mitis)
  • Roanddin (gč. Troandin) Trondheim
  • roaŋga ###frame? (boat)
  • Roavvenjárga Rovaniemi
  • rock-joavku rock band
  • rogaš rye (n.)
  • rogat (gč. rohkajáffut) rye flour
  • rohka- rye (adj.)
  • rohkadallat to pray
  • rohkajáffut (gč. rogat) rye flour
  • rohkki (gč. váidni) deceased (n.)
  • ~rohkki the deceased ~, the late ~
  • rohpi ceiling
  • rohtogaccet marsh tit (Parus palustris)
  • rohtovizar garden warbler (Sylvia borin)
  • rolla role
  • romantiihkalaš romantic
  • romantiihkka romance
  • Románia Romania, Rumania
  • romálaš Roman
  • romálašriekti Roman law, civil law
  • romána novel
  • Romsa Tromsø (a city in the county of Troms)
  • Romssa fylkkasuohkan Troms (a county in northern Norway)
  • Romssasuolu Tromsøya
  • ropmi ugly
  • ropmut to become ugly, to get ugly; to get uglier, to become uglier
  • rubel (gč. ruppal) ruble
  • ruđalaš financial, pecuniary
  • ruhta money
  • ruhtabursa purse (BrE), change purse (AmE)
  • ruhtadit to fund, to finance, to subsidize; to sponsor
  • ruitu pot
  • rukses red
  • rukses ruošša senior (in high school; (N))
  • ruksesbeibboš common rosefinch (Carpodacus erythrinus)
  • ruksesfiehta common pochard (Aythya ferina)
  • ruksesgálla red cabbage (Brassica oleracea, var. capitata)
  • ruksesguškil bar-tailed godwit (Limosa lapponica)
  • rukseslávki red onion (Allium cepa)
  • ruksesrásttis redwing (Turdus iliacus)
  • ruksesfiehta common pochard (Aythya ferina)
  • ruksesjuolčoavžžu (gč. čoavžu) common redshank (Tringa totanus)
  • ruksesliikkat redskin
  • ruksesluovvar red clover (Trifolium pratense)
  • ruksesmuđot (gč. ruksesnierat) ruddy-cheeked, red-cheeked, rosy-cheeked
  • ruksesnierat (gč. ruksesmuđot) ruddy-cheeked, red-cheeked, rosy-cheeked
  • ruksesruohtas beet (AmE), beetroot (BrE) (Beta vulgaris)
  • ruksesoahttu (gč. boggi) (Calanus finmarchicus)
  • ruksesraddi (gč. guovssoloddi) robin (Erithacus rubecula)
  • ruksesrieban red fox (Vulpes vulpes)
  • ruksesruoivil common bullfinch (Pyrrhula pyrrhula)
  • ruksessoadjá (gč. ruskessoadji, idjárásttis) redwing (Turdus iliacus)
  • ruksessoadji (gč. ruskessoadjá, idjárásttis) redwing (Turdus iliacus)
  • ruksesvarat (gč. ođđavarat) ruddy, rubicund, florid
  • rumaš body (of a person)
  • ruođut parantheses
  • ruohkki razorbill (Alca torda)
  • ruohtas root
  • ruohtasruonas root vegetable
  • ruohtassátni root (word)
  • ruohtta eve
  • ruoidnadit to diet
  • ruoidnat to lose weight
  • ruoigu Capricorn (zod.)
  • Ruoiggu jorggihanbirradat Tropic of Capricorn
  • ruoinnas thin
  • ruoksat red
  • ruoktiin towards home, homeward
  • ruoktosiidu homepage
  • ruoktot towards home, homeward
  • ruoktu home, house
  • ruoktusiidu homepage
  • ruonas green (from vegetation), verdant
  • ruonas vegetable
  • ruonasborsta vegetable brush
  • ruoná green
  • ruonábeibboš greenfinch (Carduelis chloris)
  • ruonácizáš siskin (Carduelis spinus)
  • ruonáčáihni green woodpecker (Picus viridis)
  • Ruonáeana (gč. Ruonáeanan) Greenland
  • Ruonáeanan (gč. Ruonáeana) Greenland
  • ruonáeatnalaš Greenlander; Greenlandic
  • ruonájuolčoavžžu wood sandpiper (Tringa glareola)
  • ruopmi hold, cargohold
  • ruossa cross; intersection
  • ruossaduoršu common shelduck (Tadorna tadorna)
  • Ruossavuotna Korsfjorden (in Mátta-Várjjat)
  • ruosta rust (n.)
  • ruostameahttun stálli stainless steel
  • ruosttas rusty; rusted
  • ruostut to rust
  • Ruošša Russia
  • ruošša Russian (person); senior (in high school; (N))
  • ruoššaállat horned lark (Eremophila alpestris)
  • ruoššalaš Russian (n./adj.)
  • ruoššanjuorju (gč. dealljá) harp seal (Pagophilus groenlandicus)
  • ruoššastit to speak Russian
  • ruoŧagielat Swedish (adj. : language)
  • ruoŧagiella Swedish (language)
  • ruoŧagillii in Swedish
  • Ruoŧŧa Sweden
  • ruoŧŧelaš Swede
  • ruoŧŧeluossa pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha)
  • ruovddagas black woodpecker (Dryocopus martius)
  • ruovdecizáš dunnock, hedge accentor(?) (Prunella modularis)
  • ruovdi iron (the metal)
  • ruovttosiidu homepage
  • ruovttugiella the language spoken at home
  • ruovttus at home
  • ruovttusiidu homepage
  • ruppal (gč. rubel) ruble
  • rusiidna raisin
  • ruska garbage, waste
  • ruskabáiki dump, garbage dump, landfill, tip (BrE)
  • ruškes brown
  • rušpi carrot (Daucus carota)
  • ruvdna crown (both money and object)
  • ruvdnasaš crown (adj.)
  • ruvdno crown (money)
  • ruvke mine (e.g. diamond mine, amethyst mine, etc.)
  • ruvssodit to blush
  • ruvtto square; box; screen
  • rytma (gč. ritma) rhythm
  • ###rytmmalaš rhythmic
  • S
  • sabet :h ski (n.)
  • sabetnjuken ski jump (n.)
  • sadjásaš deputy, substitute, proxy, stopgap; locum tenens
  • [A/G+] sadjái instead of s.t.
  • sadjeheapmi (gč. kásus) case (gram.)
  • sadji site, spot; bed
  • saha (gč. sahá) saw (tool)
  • sahá (gč. saha) saw (tool)
  • sahájáffut sawdust
  • sahát (gč. sahet) to saw
  • sahet (gč. sahát) to saw
  • sajádat position, location; station; spot; place, site
  • sajádatlávva (F) town plan, street plan
  • sajáduvvat to settle oneself, to place oneself
  • sajiheapmi cramped, crowded
  • [A/G+] sajis instead of s.t.
  • sakka a lot of, plenty, much, a good deal; extremely, greatly; too
  • saláhtta salad; lettuce
  • saláhttaálbmi salad dressing
  • saláhttabuonjus salad dressing
  • sallit Baltic herring (Clupea harengus membras)
  • salviija sage
  • San Francisco San Francisco
  • saŋas ice-free, unfrozen, open, clear, clear of ice, cleaned
  • saŋáš scurvy
  • sardiidna sardine (Sardina pilchardus)
  • sarretmeastta blueberry jam; blueberry conserves, blueberry preserves
  • sarrit blueberry (AmE), bilberry (BrE) (Vaccinium myrtillus)
  • sarvajeagil Iceland moss (Cetraria islandica)
  • satelihtta (gč. satellihtta) satellite
  • satelihttakanála satellite channel
  • satellihtta (gč. satelihtta) satellite
  • savkosdulkon whispered interpreting, chucotage
  • savodeahkki ###ulkofilee###
  • savoigálla savoy cabbage
  • savvon quiet waters
  • sáddobossun sandblasting
  • ságastallan discussion
  • sáhcočálán line printer
  • sáhcomeahkástat great snipe (Gallinago media)
  • sáhka speech; message
  • sáhkabukti messenger, herald
  • sáhkiivuohta curiosity, inquisitiveness
  • sáhpán mouse (also computer mouse)
  • sáhpánboaimmáš common buzzard (Buteo buteo)
  • sáhpánráidu ###hiiriraito
  • sáhpperáhkku gallbladder
  • sáhppái juicy (berries)
  • sáhppái bilious; lots of bile; has a large gallbladder (adj.)
  • sáhppesuvri bile acid
  • sáhppi bile
  • sáhppi juice (berry)
  • sáhttit to be able to
  • sáhttit [+INF] to be able to do
  • sáibbo (gč. sáibbo) soap
  • sáibu (gč. sáibu) soap
  • sáidefális sei whale (Balaenoptera borealis)
  • sáidi pollock, saithe(?) (Pollachius virens)
  • sáiggas frumpy
  • sáissa pack ice, shelf ice?
  • sáiti javelin (sports)
  • sáivačáhci freshwater
  • sáivaguolli freshwater fish
  • sákta juice
  • sálkor ###cruet
  • Sálát Saltdalen (a municipality in the county of Nordland)
  • Sállan Skogerøya, Sørøya
  • Sállannuori Sørøyasund
  • sáltečáhci saltwater
  • sálteguolli saltwater fish
  • Sáltesávju Veidnes (in Davvesiida)
  • sáltet to salt
  • sálti salt
  • sálttis salty
  • sálttit salt (as a powder)
  • sáltut to become salty
  • sámás in Sámi
  • sámástit to speak Sámi
  • Sámeálbmot Bellodat ###Samefolkets Parti
  • Sámediggi The Saami Parliament
  • sámegiella Sámi (language)
  • sámegillii in Sámi (language)
  • Sámi allaskuvla The Saami University College
  • Sámi dieđihanguovddás Saami Information Centre
  • Sámi dutkamiid guovddáš Centre for Sámi Studies
  • Sámi girkkoráđđi (=SGR) ###
  • Sámi Instituhtta The Nordic Saame Institute
  • Sámi Institušuvdna Department of Sámi Studies (at the University of Umeå)
  • Sámi Nissonforum Forum of Sami Women
  • Sámiid Álbmotlihttu ###
  • sápmelaš Sámi (person)
  • Sápmi the land of the Sámi
  • sárdni sermon; speech
  • sárggus ###piirre
  • sátneduojár wordsmith
  • sátnegirji dictionary
  • sátnegirjjáš lexicon
  • sátnejođiheaddji chairman, chairperson, chairwoman; mayor
  • sátnemátta #sana(n)vartalo#
  • sátnerádju glossary
  • sátnetneráhkadan word formation
  • sátnevájas (-j-:-dj-) saying; proverb
  • sátni word
  • sátta broadcast; transmission
  • sáttoasfálta sand asfalt, sheet asfalt
  • sáttobábir sandpaper
  • sáttogeađgi sandstone
  • sáttu sand
  • sávdni sauna
  • sávdnji sauna
  • sávdnji seam
  • sávvat [+A/G] to wish s.t., to bid s.t. (farewell, etc.)
  • sb tbsp
  • Schengena soahpamuš Schengen Agreement
  • seaguhit [+A/G+] [+COM] to mix s.t. with s.t. (e.g., seaguhit juhkamuša álkoholain - to mix a drink with alcohol.)
  • seaguhus mixture; compound; alloy (metal)
  • seaidni wall
  • seaillus preserves, conserves, canned fruit/vegetable/goods/etc. (AmE), tinned fruit/vegetable/goods/etc. (BrE)
  • seakkačoalli small intestine
  • sealgi back
  • seaŋga bed
  • seamma same
  • seamma beaivve the same day
  • seamma vearde ###saman verran
  • seammaláhkái in the same fashion, in the same way
  • seammalágán similar, alike, same
  • seammá same; as
  • seammá [+ADJ.] as X
  • seammá beaivve on the same day
  • seammá sajis in the same place
  • seammás go at the same time (as)
  • seaŋga bed
  • seaŋgabuohcci bedpatient
  • searvi society, association
  • seastinkontu savings account
  • seattal bill (money)
  • seavvit to wave
  • seksualaš sexual
  • sekšuvdna section
  • sekunda second (time)
  • sellulosa cellulose; pulp
  • sennet mustard
  • sensomotoralaš sensorimotor (adj.)
  • sentimehter centimeter (AmE), centimetre (BrE)
  • servodat society
  • servvoštallat to date; to go steady(?)
  • SGR (=Sámi girkkoráđđi) ###
  • Sibiriija Siberia
  • sibiriijalaš Siberian
  • sieđgacivkkán red-throated pipit (Anthus cervinus)
  • Sieiddajohka Seidajok (in Finnmárku)
  • Siellat Salangen (municipality in the county of Troms)
  • sierra especially
  • sierraluvvat to specialize (AmE), to specialise(BrE)
  • sierraneapmi separation
  • sierrat syrup; treacle
  • siessá aunt (father's sister or female cousin)
  • Sievju Seiland (in Finnmárku)
  • siffar (gč. lohku, nummar, nummir, nummár) number, numeral
  • sigára cigar
  • sihke ~ ja both ~ and
  • sihkkarasti fuse
  • sihkkarastindárkkisteapmi safety inspection
  • sihkkarastinmáŋggus back-up copy
  • sihkkarastinriekkis ###
  • sihkkarvuohta security; safety, safeness
  • sihkkel (gč. sihkkelat) bicycle
  • sihkkelastit to ride a bike, to cycle, to bike
  • sihkkelat (gč. sihkkel) bicycle
  • sihkor chicory
  • sii they (pl.)
  • siibma fishing line
  • siidu page
  • siivu weather conditions
  • silba silver
  • silba- (gč. silbasaš) silver-, silvery (adj.)
  • silbaárdna silver treasure
  • silbaboagán silver belt
  • silbačeahppi silversmith
  • silbačikŋa silver jewelry
  • silbaheajat silver anniversary?
  • silbamedállja silver medal
  • silbariekkis silver ring? bracelet?
  • silbasaš (gč. silba-) silver-, silvery (adj.)
  • silbasiidu "silverside" (a name for a reindeer whose fur on its side is silvery)
  • silbet ###hopeoida
  • silbii lots of silver (adj.)
  • sildegáiru lesser black-backed gull (Larus fuscus)
  • sildi herring (Clupea harengus)
  • silkebuokča great crested grebe (Podiceps cristatus)
  • simsejeagil oakmoss lichen (Evernia prunastri)
  • simultána simultaneous
  • simultána dulkon (gč. dađisdulkon) simultaneous interpreting
  • sin their, theirs (pl.)
  • singulára singular
  • sionisttalaš Zionist
  • sirddolaš ###
  • sirddolašvuohta ###
  • sirdit [+ILL] to move somewhere
  • sirdit to move; to transfer
  • sirdojuvvot to be moved
  • Sirpmá Sirma (in Finnmárku)
  • sisabeasanmáksu entrance fee
  • Sisáššiidministeriija (F) Ministry of the Interior
  • sisdoallu table of contents, contents (pl.); index
  • siskkáldassoahti civil war
  • [A/G+] siskkobeale inside of s.t., within s.t.; from within s.t., from inside of s.t.
  • sismáhtu parasite
  • [A/G+] siste inside s.t., inside of s.t.
  • sitnoáhpi grass steppe, grassy steppe, grassy plain
  • sitrovdna lemon
  • sivaheapme innocent (not guilty)
  • sivaheapmi innocent (not guilty)
  • sivahit to accuse, to charge; to blame; to impeach; to prosecute
  • sivalaš guilty
  • leat sivalaš [+ILL] to be guilty of s.t.
  • sivjjot:g ###
  • sivra acid
  • sivva reason
  • [A/G+] sivva reason for s.t.
  • skandála scandal
  • skandinávalaš Scandinavian (adj.)
  • skandináva Scandinavian (n.)
  • skábe closet; wardrobe
  • skábmamánnu November
  • skábma the darkest part of winter
  • skáhpemuorji rowanberry
  • skáhpi rowan (tree; Sorbus aucuparia)
  • skáhppe wardrobe
  • skáhttu common skate (Raja batis)
  • skáidi the land where two rivers meet
  • skálanas percussion instrument
  • skálžu shell, seashell
  • Skánit Skånland (municipality in Norway)
  • skárfa great cormorant (Phalacrocorax carbo carbo)
  • skárrit (gč. skierat) scissors
  • skártagatna map lichen (Rhizocarpon geographicum)
  • skávdu a harbor seal that is more than one year old
  • skávli (gč. skoarra) herring gull (Larus argentatus)
  • skealbma
  • skeaŋka gift, present
  • skearru disk, disc; record
  • skearročuojanas record player
  • Skiellet Skellefteå
  • skierat (gč. skárrit) scissors
  • skierročuojanas (N.) record player
  • skierru kittiwake, black-legged kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla)
  • Skiervá Skjervøy (municipality in the county of Troms)
  • skihpár (gč. ustit) friend, buddy, pal
  • skilanas ###kilkutin ("clangy things": triangles, cymbals, etc.)
  • skilkeskálka common chiffchaff (Phylloscopus collybita)
  • skire magpie, black-billed magpie (Pica pica)
  • skirri great grey shrike (Lanius excubitor)
  • skoarra (gč. skávli) herring gull (Larus argentatus)
  • skohter (gč. mohtorgielká) snowmobile
  • skohtervuoddji snowmobiler
  • Skorpiuvdna Scorpion
  • skripta script (computers)
  • skruva screw
  • skruvva screw
  • skuffa (gč. leađbma) drawer
  • skuolfi snowy owl (Nyctea scandiaca)
  • skuvla school
  • skuvlabyrokráhta school bureaucrat
  • skuvlagiella the language used for teaching/education
  • skuvlahoavda principal (AmE), headmaster (BrE)
  • skuvlamánná schoolchild
  • Skuvlaráđđehus Board of Education
  • Skuvvanvárri Skoganvarre (Porsanger)
  • sleđga willow (Salix)
  • smarvegatna (Parmelia saxatilis)
  • smarvejeagil foam lichen (Stereocaulon pascale)
  • smávis small, itsy bitsy, teeny weeny, wee
  • smiehtastit to reflect upon all of a sudden, to start thinking all of a sudden
  • smierrogáhkku (gč. kávrret) rusk, zwieback
  • smierroláibi crispbread
  • smierrosaláhta iceberg lettuce
  • Smiervuonjohka Smørfjordelva
  • Smiervuotna Smørfjord
  • snaidda (gč. gahtti) ringed seal (Phoca hispida)
  • snárttal widgeon, Eurasian wigeon (Anas penelope)
  • snoranuohtti ###ring net
  • snuhrrat to snore
  • soadji wing
  • Soađegilli Sodankylä
  • soahki birch, birch tree
  • soahpamuš agreement, contract
  • soahpamuš [+COM] agreement with s.o., contract with s.o.
  • soahtepolitihkka war politics
  • soahti war
  • soai they two (dual)
  • soajahisbáidi T-shirt; undershirt (AmE), singlet (BrE)
  • soalddát :h soldier
  • soames jagi geažis a few years from now
  • soarpemielki milkshake
  • Socialdemokráhtta Social democrat
  • Socialdemokráhta bellodat Social Democratic Party
  • Sođangilli Sodankylä
  • Soggovuotna Østerbotton (in Finnmárku)
  • sohka family, extended family
  • sohkabealli gender, sex
  • sohkagiella related language
  • sohkanamma surname, family name
  • sohkar sugar
  • sohkardávda (gč. diabetes) diabetes
  • sohkargáhkku sponge cake
  • sohken (gč. sovkken) blind (n.)
  • sohkenis (gč. sovkkenis, čalmmeheapme) blind (adj.)
  • sohkkarat sugar (as a powder)
  • soijabáhpu soybean
  • sojahan conjugation; declension; inflection
  • sojahanminstar conjugation table; declension table
  • sojahuvvot to be conjugated
  • solidaritehta solidarity
  • somá fun; cute; funny
  • son he; she
  • soprána soprano
  • Sosiála- ja dearvvasvuođaministeriija (F) Ministry of Social Affairs and Health
  • Sosiála- ja dearvvasvuohtaministeriija (F) Ministry of Social Affairs and Health
  • sosialisma socialism
  • sosiologa sociologist
  • sosiologalaš sociological
  • sosiologalažžat sociologically
  • sosiologiija sociology, social science
  • sotnabeaivi Sunday
  • sotnabeaivvi on Sunday
  • Sovjetlihttu the Soviet Union
  • sovjetlihttulaš Soviet (adj.)
  • sovkken (gč. sohken) blind (n.)
  • sovkkenis (gč. sohkenis, čalmmeheapme) blind (adj.)
  • spageahtta spaghetti
  • sparrobiila six-wheeler, tandem truck
  • sparrodeaddu bogie load, truck load
  • sparru bogie, bogey
  • spábba ball
  • spábbarássi globeflower (Tróllius europaéus)
  • spáđđá spade (in cards)
  • spáillit male reindeer that has been castrated the previous year
  • Spánia Spain
  • Spánja Spain
  • spártojeagil spotted dog, freckle pelt, green dog, freckle lichen (Peltigera aphthosa)
  • speadjal mirror
  • spealla card (i.e. from a deck of cards)
  • speallat to play cards
  • speallu game
  • speažžun (gč. giehtaspeažžun) applause, clapping
  • speažžut (gč. gieđaid doaškut) to applaud, to clap
  • spenáhta spinach
  • spesialiseret to specialise (BrE), to specialize
  • spesialista specialist
  • spiehkastat exception
  • Spierta Sværholt (in Finnmárku)
  • spiidni pig, hog, swine
  • spiikkár nail (tools)
  • spiinnebiergu pork
  • spile wife's brother-in-law or sister-in-law
  • spioneret to spy on
  • spiovdna spy (n.)
  • spirála spiral
  • spire beast of prey; predator; wild beast, wild animal
  • spoađđoduoršu northern shoveler (Anas clypeata)
  • sriikaruovdi iron (the appliance)
  • sriiket to iron (clothes)
  • sruva screw
  • statistihkka statistics
  • stáda (gč. stáhtta, stáhta) government, state
  • stáđásmit to be stable, to be sturdy
  • stáđđi ?anvil
  • stáđisvuohta stability
  • stáffobealli ###
  • stáhpečála ?syllabic writing
  • stáhta (gč. stáhtta, stáhda) government, state
  • stáhtabáŋku national bank
  • stáhtaborgár citizen, national?
  • stáhtabušeahtta national budget (AmE), government budget, the Estimates (BrE)
  • stáhtabyrokratiija state bureaucracy
  • Stáhtačálli Secretary of State
  • stáhtadoarjja subsidy
  • stáhtalaš state, government, governmental (adj.)
  • stáhtaministtar (N), (S) (gč. oaiveministtar (F)) prime minister
  • stáhtta (gč. stáhta, stáhda) government, state
  • stáhtus status
  • stáhtusraporta status report
  • stáinnir wolf fish (Anarhichas spp.)
  • stálobeibboš pine grosbeak (Pinicola enucleator)
  • stállu ###staalo
  • stárra common starling (Sturnus vulgaris)
  • státus (gč. árvodássi) status
  • steahppa (gč. ádjoeana, ádju) steppe
  • steampala ###
  • stiila style
  • stipeandda grant; scholarship
  • stivra board (of directors, trustees, etc.); management; committee (in an organization)
  • stivrračoahkkin board meeting
  • stoahkat to play (as a child)
  • stoalpodiagrámma bar chart
  • stoalpu post
  • Stockholbma Stockholm
  • stohpu house; the main room in a farmhouse
  • strategiija strategy
  • streaika strike
  • struktuvra structure
  • studeanta (gč. stuđeanta) student
  • studeantavuoládus student discount
  • stuđeanta (gč. studeanta) student
  • stuollu chair
  • stuorámus oassi [+lok.] the majority of s.t.
  • stuoris big, large
  • stuorrabaste tablespoon
  • Stuorra Británnia Great Britain
  • stuorračoavžžu common greenshank, greenshank (Tringa nebularia)
  • stuorrafiehta greater scaup (Aythya marila)
  • stuorragierdu great circle (math.)
  • Stuorragohppi Storbukt (in Finnmárku)
  • stuorraguškkástat Eurasian curlew (Numenius arquata)
  • stuorraskáiti great skua (Stercorarius skua)
  • stuorraskávli glaucous gull (Larus hyperboreus
  • Stuorravuonna Karlebotn
  • su his; her, hers
  • subjeakta subject
  • submet to sum up
  • submi sum
  • substantiiva "substantive"
  • subtraktiiva subtractive
  • subtraktiiva guovttegielatvuohta subtractive bilingualism
  • suddagoahtit to begin to melt
  • suddadit to melt (trans.)
  • suddat to melt (intr.)
  • suddjejuvvot to be protected; to be clothed, to be dressed
  • suddjet to protect; to clothe, to dress
  • suddobohkká scapegoat
  • suddobuhkká scapegoat
  • suddu sin; trespass (biblical)
  • suddudit to commit a sin
  • sudduijorraleapmi the Fall, the Fall of Man
  • sudja reason
  • sudno their, theirs (dual)
  • suffá couch, sofa
  • sugadanstuollu (gč. sugusstuollu, suhkanstuollu, sukkástuollu) rocking chair
  • sugusstuollu (gč. sugadanstuollu, suhkanstuollu, sukkástuollu) rocking chair
  • suhkanstuollu (gč. sugusstuollu, sugadanstuollu, sukkástuollu) rocking chair
  • suhttadit [+A/G] to make s.o. angry, to make s.o. mad
  • suhttan angry
  • suhttat (htt:ht) to get angry
  • suhttu (gč. agrešuvdna, vašši) aggression
  • suhtus (gč. agresiiva, vašis) aggresive
  • sukkástuollu (gč. sugusstuollu, sugadanstuollu, suhkanstuollu) rocking chair
  • sullii (gč. birrasiid, birrasii) about, around, approximately
  • sulloš islet
  • suodjalanguovlu preservation area, forest preserve, nature preserve
  • suodjegahpir helmet
  • suodjebealjus hearing protector, ear protectors
  • suohkan municipality, city, town
  • suohkana dearvvašvuođabálvalus municipal health services
  • suohkangeaidnu municipal road
  • suohkku sock
  • suoidnečiksa garganey (Anas querquedula)
  • suoidnemánnu July
  • suoidni hay
  • suolaskáiti arctic skua, parasitic skua (Stercorarius parasiticus)
  • suoládeapmi theft; larceny (jud.)
  • Suoločielgi Saariselkä
  • suolu island
  • Suoma gieldalihttu The Association of Finnish Local and Regional Authorities
  • suomagiella Finnish (language)
  • suomagillii in Finnish (language)
  • Suoma olbmot Finns
  • Suoma olmmoš Finn (person)
  • Suopma Finland
  • suopman (gč. dialeakta) dialect
  • suopmelaš Finn
  • suorbma finger
  • suorpmas ring
  • suorrespálfu barn swallow (Hirundo rustica)
  • suotna string
  • suotnjoliráš broad-billed sandpiper (Limicola falcinellus)
  • suovkacihci reed bunting (Emberiza schoeniclus)
  • suttolaš sinful, full of sin
  • suvlá northern gannet (Morus bassanus)
  • suvri acid
  • suvrra oxygen
  • Sveica Switzerland
  • sylinddar cylinder
  • symbiosa symbiosis
  • symbola symbol
  • symptoma (gc. dovdomearka, dávdamearka) symptom (n.)
  • synagoga synagogue
  • synestesiija synesthesia (AmE), synæsthesia (BrE)
  • synkronmohtor synchronous motor
  • synkruvdnalaš synchronous (adj.)
  • synonyma synonym
  • syntaksa (gč. cealkkaoahppa, syntáksa) syntax
  • syntáksa (gč. cealkkaoahppa, syntaksa) syntax
  • syntetalaš synthetic (adj.)
  • systema system
  • systemáhtalaš systematic
  • Š
  • šaddadanviessoeffeakta greenhouse effect
  • šaddat to become, to get
  • šaddat giddagasii to be imprisoned, to be sent to prison
  • šaddodat vegetation
  • šaddodieđalaš botanical
  • šaddu plant
  • šaddu fruit
  • šaddu crop; yield; harvest; produce
  • šaldi bridge
  • šat any more, more
  • šattus fruit
  • šákša capelin (Mallotus villosus)
  • šámpu shampoo
  • šáŋra (gč. genre) genre
  • šeahkka check (AmE), cheque (BrE)
  • šearfa scarf
  • šelggon reflector
  • šibit domesticated animal; livestock
  • šibitdoallu animal husbandry
  • šibitmedisiidna veterinary medicine, veterinary science
  • šiega nice, kind, good; obedient, well-behaved; good-natured
  • šiehtadus agreement, contract
  • šilljocihci house sparrow (Passer domesticus)
  • šillju yard, garden, courtyard; quad; farmyard
  • šimpánsa chimpanzee
  • šleađgafápmu electric power
  • šleađgapoasta (gč. e-boasta, e-poasta) e-mail
  • šleađgapoastačujuhus (gč. e-boastačujuhus, e-poastačujuhus) e-mail address
  • šluppot mallet (tool)
  • Šveica Switzerland
  • T
  • tabealla table; chart
  • tabeallalaš tabular
  • tabuláhtor tabulator, tab key
  • tabuláhtorbisseheaddji tabulator stop
  • taktihkka tactics
  • taktilalaš tactile
  • tallearka plate
  • tanka tanka (poetry)
  • Tansania Tanzania
  • tara tare
  • tariffašiehtadus tariff treaty
  • taxiorustat (gč. táxiorustansadji) taxi rank (BrE), taxi stand (AmE)
  • táhkkal tackle
  • tánka tank
  • távval painting; picture
  • táxiorustansadji (gč. taxiorustat) taxi rank (BrE), taxi stand (AmE)
  • teahtár theater (AmE), theatre (BrE)
  • teahtárbihttá drama, play (n.)
  • teahtárdieđa drama (subject)
  • teahtis tight; dense; concise, compact; intensive; condensed
  • teaksta text
  • teakstaanalysa (gč. teakstaguorahallan) text analysis
  • teakstagieđahallan word processing
  • teakstaguorahallan (gč. teakstaanalysa) text analysis
  • tearbmugádnu thermos
  • teáhter theater
  • teflonfoarbma teflon cake pan
  • teflongáserola teflon saucepan
  • Teknálaš allaskuvla (gč. Helssega teknálaš allaskuvla) Helsinki University of Technology
  • teknihkalaš technological; technical
  • teknihkka technology; technique, mechanics
  • teknologiija technology
  • tekstiila textile
  • telefáksa fax
  • telefon telephone
  • telefonguovddáš switchboard
  • telefonnummmir telephone number
  • telefovdna telephone
  • telefuvdna telephone
  • teleskohpa telescope
  • temperatuvra temperature
  • tendeansa tendency
  • tendeansagirjjálašvuohta tendency literature
  • tente test, examen
  • teologiija theology
  • teorehtalaš theoretical
  • teoriija theory
  • terapiija (gč. mielladikšu) therapist
  • terapevta therapist
  • terminologiija terminology
  • termostáhta thermostat
  • terrorisma terrorism
  • testamentet to bequeath
  • Tibehta Tibet
  • tibehtalaš Tibetan
  • toardnagájon(?) Eurasian jackdaw (Corvus monedula)
  • toga (gč. juná, dollavovdna) train (N, S)
  • toleránsa toleration; tolerance
  • tomáhta tomato
  • topográfiija topgraphy
  • trampoliidna trampoline
  • tradišuvdna (gč. árbevierru) tradition
  • tragediija tragedy (drama)
  • trakšuvdna traction
  • traktor (gč. tráktor) tractor
  • transistor transistor
  • transkripšuvdna (gč. dárkkačállin) transcription
  • trasáhta drawee
  • traseanta drawer (commercial)
  • tratte draft
  • tráktor (gč. traktor) tractor
  • triviála trivial
  • Troandin (gč. Roanddin) Trondheim
  • trokea trochee
  • tulka (gč. dulka) interpreter
  • tundra tundra
  • tuollodoaimmahat Customs
  • tuollu (gč. duollu) Customs
  • turbiidna turbine
  • turbo centrifugal compressor, turbocompressor
  • turbomohtor ###turbomoottori
  • turisma tourism
  • typográfa typographer
  • TV TV
  • TV-kanála TV channel
  • U
  • Ubmi Umeå
  • uhca small
  • uhcabáiski little gull (Larus minutus)
  • uhcabuvvedat little plover, little ringed plover (Charadrius dubius)
  • uhcacihci little bunting (Emberiza pusilla)
  • uhcačáihni lesser-spotted woodpecker (Dendrocopos minor)
  • uhcameahkástat jack snipe (Lymnocryptes minimus)
  • uhcaoabbá little sister, younger sister
  • uhcašilljocihci Eurasian tree sparrow (Passer montanus)
  • uhcaviellja little brother, younger brother
  • uhcaviroš little stint (Calidris minutus)
  • Uigur Uighur
  • uksa door (to a building)
  • ulbmil [+INF] ###päämäärä tehdä###
  • ullobáidi sweater
  • ullu wool
  • ummolcizáš common redpoll (Carduelis flammea)
  • ungargiella Hungarian (language)
  • Ungár Hungary
  • Ungára Hungary
  • universiteahtta university
  • universitehta university
  • universitehtbuohcceviessu ###university hospital
  • Unjárga Nesseby
  • unnaoappáš little sister, younger sister
  • unnavieljaš little brother, younger brother
  • unni small
  • unnimusat at least
  • unnit smaller
  • unnitlohku minority (cf. minoritehta)
  • unnivuohta smallness
  • urálalaš Uralic
  • Urho Kekkonen Nášuvnnapárka Urho Kekkonen National Park
  • ustit (gč. skihpár) friend
  • ustitlaččat friendly, kindly (adv.)
  • ustitlaš friendly (adj.)
  • ustitvuohta friendship
  • uvdna oven
  • uvdnagáttis by the stove, by the oven, at the stove
  • uvlohávut European honey-buzzard (Pernis apivorus)
  • uvssot door (to a goahti or lávvu)
  • Uzbekistan Uzbekistan
  • V
  • vahát damage, hurt; harm
  • vahkkoloahppa weekend
  • vahkkosaš weekly
  • vahkku week
  • vahku maŋŋil a week later
  • vai that; to, in order to, so that, so
  • vai or (in questions)
  • vai nu oh, really?
  • vaikke even though
  • vaikko even though
  • vaikko man olu galore
  • vaikkohit [+ILL] to influence s.t., to affect s.t.
  • valas (g#0269;. rávdu) arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus)
  • Wales Wales
  • valniehtti walnut
  • varas fresh, recent, new (adj.)
  • variáhtor variator
  • variáhtorruopma variable-speed transmission belt
  • variánta variant
  • variašuvdna variation
  • varis bull (reindeer)
  • varra blood
  • varraaddi blood donor
  • varradeaddu blood pressure
  • varradeatta blood pressure
  • varraheahpat:d (gč. inseasta) incest
  • varraiskkus blood test
  • varramirkkohus blood-poisoning, septicaemia (BrE), septicemia (AmE)
  • varrasis freshly, newly, recently; not long ago; the other day
  • varrasonahat anaemia (BrE), anemia (AmE)
  • varrasuotna blood vessel, vein
  • vašši (gč. agrešuvdna, suhttu) aggression
  • vašis (gč. agresiiva, suhtus) aggresive
  • vavdat to get stuck
  • váđot arctic bramble, nagoonberry (Rubus arcticus)
  • vággi smallish river valley
  • Váhčir Gällivare
  • váhnemat parents
  • váiban tired
  • váibmočoahkkinmášiidna ###
  • váibmu heart
  • váidalit to appeal, to lodge a complaint; to complain
  • váidda appeal; complaint
  • váidingeatnegasvuohta duty to submit a complaint, obligation to submit a complaint, duty to file a complaint, obligation to file a complaint
  • váidit [+COM] to complain about s.t.; to appeal
  • váidni (gč. rohkki) deceased (n.)
  • váidnu persecution
  • váigat difficult
  • váikkohus [+ILL] influence on s.t., effect on s.t., impact on s.t.
  • váikkuhit [+ILL] to influence s.t., to affect s.t.
  • váikkuhus [+ILL] influence on s.t., effect on s.t., impact on s.t.
  • váile of, before the hour, to (in telling time, e.g. It's five to five.)
  • váilut [+LOC.] to be short, to be missing from s.t., to lack
  • váivvalaš troublesome; trying
  • válddigomiheapmi (gč. revolušuvdna) revolution
  • válddirihpan (gč. válddirivven) coup d'état, coup, take-over, putsch, overthrow
  • válddirivven (gč. válddirihpan) coup d'état, coup, take-over, putsch, overthrow
  • váldit to take
  • váldit oktavuođa to get in contact, to contact
  • váldit ovdan to bring up
  • váldoánnas major (n.)
  • váldočálli Secretary-General
  • váldogeaidnu main road
  • váldoraŧŧi (R) main road
  • váldosiidu main page
  • váldovearba main verb
  • válgabiire electoral district
  • válljet to choose, to select
  • válljet [+A/G+] [+COM] to choose s.o. as s.t.
  • válljet [+A/G+] [+ILL] to choose s.o. for s.t., to appoint s.o. as s.t.
  • vállju selection, choice, assortment; range (product)
  • válmmaštallat to prepare; to draft
  • váralaš dangerous, hazardous
  • váran red raspberry, raspberry (Rubus idaeus)
  • várálašvuohta dangerousness?
  • Várggát Vardø
  • várjalanpolitihkka ###
  • Várjavuonna Varangerfjord
  • Várnjárga Varangerhalvøya
  • várra apparently
  • várrebeštor grey wagtail (Motacilla cinerea)
  • várreminister deputy prime minister
  • várrepresideanta vice-president
  • várresátnejođiheaddji vicepresident
  • várri fjeld, mountain in Lapland; hill in the north of Scandinavia
  • várrogasgeasku ###professional discretion, obligation to observe secrecy
  • várrogasvuohta discretion; caution, carefulness
  • várrugas careful
  • várta (gč. njealjádas, kvárta) quarter hour
  • váruhit to watch, to mind, to watch out
  • váruhus warning
  • váruhus [+LOC.] warning about s.t.
  • vásáhus ###
  • vásihit to wait, to await
  • vástideaddji corresponding, equivalent
  • vástidit to answer
  • vástidit [+ILL] to answer s.o.
  • vástu [+A/G] responsibility for s.t.
  • váttisvuohta trouble; difficulty; inconvenience
  • vázzinjorrit ###rollaattori? rulator
  • vázzit to walk
  • vázzit luohkás to be in grade (school)
  • vázzit skuvlla to attend school, to go to school
  • veaddemuorji stone bramble (Rubus saxatilis)
  • leat veadjemeahttun [+INF] to be impossible to do s.t.
  • veadjit [+INF] to be possible to do s.t.
  • veagadatgirji (gč. álbmotregisttar) Public Register, National Registry (Norway), National Registry Office (Denmark)
  • veagaiduhttit to staff, to man
  • veagaloamasteapmi annexation
  • veahá awfully, quite
  • veaháš a few, little
  • Veahčat Vetsikko
  • Veahčatguoika Vetsikoski
  • Veahčatjárga Vetsijärvi
  • Veahčatjohka Vetsijoki
  • veahčir hammer
  • veahkaválddálašvuohta ###
  • veahkehit to help out
  • veahkkebargi assistant
  • veahkkevearba auxiliary verb
  • Veahkkevuoigatvuođakánsler Deputy Chancellor of Justice
  • veahkki assistance, help
  • veahkki [+INF] help in doing s.t.
  • veahttačáhceguolli brown trout, salmon trout, sea trout (Salmo trutta)
  • veaigefálli Western red-footed falcon (Falco vespertinus)
  • veaiki copper
  • veaisadit ###to sing?###
  • vealaheapmi discrimination
  • vealggáiduvvat to get into debt, to incur debts
  • vealgi debt
  • vearba verb
  • veardit cf., compare
  • vearra fishing village
  • vearroboanda tax-paying farmer, tax-paying freeholder
  • vearrodieđáhus income tax return form
  • Vearroetáhta Norwegian Tax Administration
  • vearroheapmi tax exemption, exemption from taxes; exemption from taxation
  • vearrokoarta tax card, tax deduction card
  • vearroloahpparehket ###skatteoppgjør
  • vearromáksi taxpayer
  • vearru tax
  • [LOC+] leat vearrut s.o. is wrong
  • vearrut wrong, incorrect
  • vearuhanvuoigatvuohta right of self-assessment
  • veažir hammer (tool)
  • webovddasvástideaddji webmaster(?)
  • vehá a little
  • veháš a little bit, a little
  • vejolašvuohta possibility
  • vejolašvuohta [+INF] possibility to do
  • vel (gč. velá)still (adv.)
  • velá (gč. vel) still (adv.)
  • velggohit to give credit
  • velggolaš debtor
  • velgoheaddji creditor, claimant; lender
  • velgohit to receive credit, to get on credit
  • velohallat to loll; to be sprawled out; to lounge around
  • veršuvdna version
  • videobáddi videotape
  • videomášen VCR
  • viđat fifth
  • Viehkat Libra
  • viehkat to run (on two legs: people, birds, etc.)
  • viehkki runner (person)
  • viehku an old unit of weight, about 18 kg.
  • vielgat white
  • viellja brother
  • Vieranjárga Veines (in Nesseby)
  • vieris giella foreign language
  • viessosadji plot (of land), site, lot
  • viessu house
  • Viestarbađaeana Vesterbotten (in Sweden)
  • Viesterálas ### (Norway)
  • viežžat (žž:čč) to fetch, to bring, to pick up, to go get
  • viggat to try; to aim; to intend; to strive, to pursue; to aspire; to endeavour (BrE), to endeavor (AmE)
  • viggat [+ILL] to try to do s.t.; to aim for s.t.; to intend to do s.t.; to strive towards s.t., to pursue s.t.; to aspire to s.t.; to endeavour to do s.t.(BrE), to endeavor to do s.t.(AmE)
  • viidodat area; surface area
  • vihtta five
  • vihttačiehka pentagon
  • vihttalogi fifty
  • vihttalot márkki 50 marks
  • vihttanuppelogát fifteenth
  • vihttanuppelohkái fifteen
  • vihttanuppelot ruvnno 15 crowns
  • viiddis broad
  • viidnemuorji currant
  • viidnemonopola monopoly on alcoholic beverages, monopoly on alcohol
  • viidnevearu (alcoholic) beverage tax
  • ###viidni liquor, booze, spirits, hard liquor, firewater
  • viidodat area
  • viidodat- (gč. areála) areal
  • viimmat at long last, finally
  • viisodat wisdom
  • viissis wise, sage
  • vilbealle cousin (male)
  • vilges white
  • Vilges dállu the White House
  • vilgesbihpporat white pepper
  • vilgesgálla cabbage
  • vilgesguolli (gč. buovjja) beluga (Delphinapterus leucas)
  • vilgeslávkenjuvddán garlic press
  • vilgeslávki garlic (Allium sativum)
  • vilgesnierčuonjá barnacle goose (Branta leucopsis)
  • vilgessoadjaskávli (gč. dálvvit) Iceland gull (Larus glaucoides)
  • vilgesummolcizáš hoary redpoll, arctic redpoll (obs.) (Carduelis hornemanni)
  • vintán brambling (Fringilla montifringilla)
  • virgáiásahan inauguration
  • virgái asahit to enter office
  • virggálaččat officially
  • virggálaš official
  • virgi post, office, position, appointment
  • vissir #hard birch wood (Fin. visa, patvi)
  • visoš small house; cottage
  • vissa surely, certainly; undoubtedly; definitely
  • vitamiidna vitamin
  • Voagat Vågan (municipality in Norway)
  • vuoddji driver; chauffeur
  • vuoddji swimmer
  • vuodja butter
  • vuodjaláibi sandwich
  • vuodjalit to go swimming
  • vuodjarássi dandelion
  • vuodjat to swim
  • vuodjingoarta driver's license (AmE), driving license (BrE)
  • vuodjit to drive
  • vuođđodárogiella Proto-Norse, the Proto-Norse language, Primitive Norse, Proto-Nordic, Ancient Nordic, Old Scandinavian, Proto-North Germanic
  • vuođđodieđut basic information
  • vuođđofága introductory level, introductory course, introduction,
  • [A/G+] vuođđofága Introduction to X
  • vuođđolágalaš civil, constitutional, fundamental
  • vuođđoláhka constitution
  • vuođđolohku cardinal number, cardinal
  • vuođđoriekti basic right, fundamental right
  • vuođđorievttit civil rights
  • vuogádat system
  • vuogáiduvvat to adjust, to adapt; to settle in; to integrate; to orientate oneself, to orient oneself
  • vuoi, vuoi! oh, no!
  • vuoi fasttat damn! damn it!
  • vuoidat to grease; to butter
  • Vuoigatvuođakánsler Chancellor of Justice
  • Vuoigatvuođakánsleradoaimmahat Office of the Chancellor of Justice
  • vuoigatvuohta (legal) right
  • vuoigatvuohtaministeriija (F) Ministry of Justice
  • Vuoigatvuohtaministter (F) Minister of Justice
  • vuoiŋŋamaččat brain
  • vuoiŋŋašbuktin brain gain
  • vuoitit to win
  • vuoitumárginála profit margin
  • vuoivvas liver
  • vuojadit to splash, to splash about
  • vuojaš pintail (Anas acuta)
  • vuokta hair
  • vuoktafiehta tufted duck (Aythya fuligula)
  • vuoktagaccet crested tit (Parus cristatus)
  • vuoktagoalsi red-breasted merganser (Mergus serrator)
  • vuoktaláfol northern lapwing (Vanellus vanellus)
  • vuoktaskárfa shag (Phalacrocorax aristotelis)
  • vuolamálddis malt
  • vuoláš saucer
  • vuolggabáiki ###alkupaikka?###
  • vuolgit to leave
  • vuolidišgoahtit to begin to ###
  • vuoliduvvot to be on sale, to be decreased in price
  • Vuolládateatnamat the Netherlands
  • vuollásaš ###
  • vuollástit ###to annex?
  • vuonaš a small fjord
  • vuoncáfálli goshawk (Accipiter gentilis)
  • Vuonnabáhta Varangerbotn
  • vuopmi broad, marshy river valley
  • vuoražas hooded crow, carrion crow(?) (Corvus corone cornix)
  • vuorbi fate, destiny
  • vuorda ###brine
  • vuordámuš expectation; hope
  • vuordit (rd:rdd) to wait
  • Vuorkeljohka Kobbholmvassdraget (in Finnmárku)
  • Vuorkelvuotna Kobbholmfjord (in Finnmárku)
  • vuorrodajaldat lines (for an actor/actress)
  • vuorru turn
  • vuos first, at first
  • vuos álgit to start off
  • vuoskku perch (Perca fluviatilis)
  • vuossárga Monday
  • vuossárgga on Monday
  • [A/G+] vuostá against s.t., contradictory to s.t.
  • vuostá cheese
  • vuostáheavval cheese slicer
  • vuostáiváldin admissions (in a hospital)
  • vuostáiváldinguovddá(?)
  • vuostáláibi cheese sandwich
  • vuostálohkki cheese mold (AmE), cheese mould (BrE), chisset (Scotland)
  • vuostegulgii the wrong way, against the grain
  • vuostelasvuohta fight; quarrel; conflict
  • vuosttas (gč. vuosttaš) first
  • vuosttaš (gč. vuosttas) first
  • vuossárga Monday
  • vuot again, anew; once again, once more; afresh
  • vuotna fjord
  • vuotnabahta end of a fjord (the bottom part of the "u" shape of a fjord)
  • vuotta shoelace
  • vuovda nesting box, birdhouse
  • Vuovdaguoika Outakoski
  • vuovdečoavžžu green sandpiper (Tringa ochropus)
  • vuovdegaccet willow tit (Parus montanus)
  • vuovdemeahkástat woodcock, Eurasian woodcock (Scolopax rusticola)
  • vuovderásttis mistle thrush (Turdus viscivorus)
  • vuovderuoigu roe deer, European roe deer (Capreolus capreolus)
  • vuovdi forest
  • vuovdinhaddi sales price
  • vuovdinláhkai for sale, on sale
  • vuovttat (head of) hair
  • vustet to make cheese
  • vuššot to be cooked
  • Z
  • zip-fiila zip file (computers)
  • zoologiija zoology
  • (Å)
    (I don't really know where this letter would go in alphabetical order!)
  • Ålánda the Åland islands

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