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FULGIYAKAN light red, reddish

FULGIYAN 1. red, purple 2. the third of the heaven's stems

FULGIYAN AFAHA voucher given for the use of a public horse, receipt for tax or toll

FULGIYAN ALAN red birchbark that still has not dried out

FULGIYAN CAISE a thin fried cake made from flour and honey

FULGIYAN CIBIRGAN a type of red swallow

FULGIYAN ENGGETU KERU a type of a crow with red feet and beak

FULGIYAN FULAN a dark brown horse with dark mane and tail

FULGIYAN GAHANGGA KIRU a banner of the imperial escort depicting a red crow FULGIYAN GASHA one name for the wild goose; cf. bigan i niongniyaha

FŪLGIYAN GASHANGGA KIRU a banner of the imperial escort depicting a small red bird

FULGIYAN HAFUKA broke out with the measles

FULGIYAN HAKSANGGA EFEN a type of crunchy red cake

FULGIYAN ILETUNGGE GU a round jade object with a hole in the center used for sacrifices at the altar of the sun

FULGIYAN JAMURI ILHA a variety of red rose

FULGIYAN JIYOO BING a type of hard brown cake


FULGIYAN JUGŪN I HETU UNDU I DURUNGGA TETUN an astronomical instrument used for observing the position of heavenly bodies in relation to the equator

FULGIYAN JUI baby, newborn babe

FULGIYAN LEFUNGGE KIRU a banner of the imperial escort depicting a red bear

FULGIYAN MURSA carrot, beet


FULGIYAN ŠELBETE the name of a wild grass

FULGIYAN SISA small red beans

FULGIYAN SIŠARGAN Pallas's rose finch (Carpodacus roseus)

FULGIYAN SUIHETU COKO red-crested pheasant

FULGIYAN ŠURU bay (color of a horse)

FULGIYAN ŠUNGKERI ILHA red Chinese orchid (Bletilla chinensis)

FULGIYAN TOSI the red crest of a crane

FULGIYAN TOŠINGGA FIYORHON redcrested woodpecker


FULGIYAN UMIYEŠUN 'red sash'--the descendants of the six Ningguta beile

FULGIYAN URANGGA MOO a tree of the Clerodendrum family

FULGIYAN YARHA red leopard


FULGIYANGGA pertaining to red, redhaired

FULGIYARI COKO rooster with very red feathers

FULGIYEBUMBI caus./pass. of fulgiyembi

FULGIYEKU 1. whistle, pipe 2. blowgun, blowpipe


FULHA poplar

FŪLHAMBI to produce pus, to flow (of pus); cf. ki fulhambi

FULHERI a round red exotic fruit

FULHUMBI to put out shoots, to sprout

FULHŪNTU see fulhutu

FULHUREMBI (-ke) to sprout, to germinate, to grow, to develop

FULHUREMBUMBI caus. of fulhurembi

FULHUREN 1. sprout 2. beginning, inception

FULHUTU a type of ritual cap worn during the Chou dynasty

FULHŪ bag, sack

FULHŪCA small sack

FULHŪMA a type of southern pheasant

FULHŪSUN satchel, carrying bag

FULHUTU HŪWAŠAN a mendicant monk

FULI jerky, dried meat or fish

FULIBUMBI to take form, to take shape

FULIBURAKŪ doesn't take shape-used to describe a person grasping for words as he sobs or pants

FULIMBUMBI see fulibumbi

FULIN 1. form, shape 2. luck, lucky fate

FULINGGA lucky, having good fortune

FULIYAMBI 1. to forgive, to pardon 2. to mend an arrow shaft

FULKŪRAN MOO a type of hawthorn

FULMAI ILHA an exotic flower the plant of which resembles wheat

FULMIN see fulmiyen

FULMIYEBUMBI caus. of fulmiyembi

FULMIYEMBI to bind, to tie up, to tie together

FULMIYEN bundle, package

FULMUN BOIHON a bluish clay used for making molds used in casting bronze

FULNACI ILHA Pyrus halliana, the red blossom of the Japanese cherry

FULNIYERI ILHA a fragrant red exotic flower

FULŠURI ILHA an exotic creeping plant with red blossoms

FULU 1. surplus, excess, left over, extra 2. excelling, surpassing, better 3. a sacklike protector for a wounded finger

FŪLU JEKU early grain

FULU LEN a great deal larger

FULUKAN somewhat excessive, somewhat better

FULUN salary, emolument

FULUN BE KIMCIRE TINGGIN salary office of the eight banners

FULUN CALIYAN I KŪNGGERI salary section of the Board of War and the Court of Banqueting

FULUN CALIYAN ICIHIYARA BA salary office of the Board of Finance

FULUN FAITAMBI to cut off one's salary as a punishment

FULUNGGA grand, majestic

FULUNGGE excessive, extra, left over

FUMA imperial son-in-law; cf. efu

FUMBI (1) (-ha/he) to wipe, to wipe off

FUMBI (2) (-ngke, -mpi) to become numb

FUMEREBUMBI caus. of fumerembi

FUMEREMBI 1. to mix up, to confuse, to stir together 2. to fight in a confused manner

FUMEREME AFAMBI to fight a fierce battle

FUMERENUMBI to be mixed together

FUN 1. one-hundredth (of a Chinese foot) 2. powder 3. fragrant odor

FUN BEYE identical, homogeneous

FUNCEBUMBI caus. of funcembi

FUNCEMBI to be left over, to be in excess

FUNCEME over, in excess

FŪNCEN excess, left over

FUNCEN DABAN extra and excess

FUNCETELE to the point of excess

FUNDE (postposition) in place of, instead of, for

FUNDE BOŠOKŪ Lieutenant, BH 727

FUNDE OROLOHAKU without having a substitute

FUNDE WEILEMBI to substitute for someone

FUNDEHUN 1. desolate, forsaken 2. pallid

FUNDEŠI animals and birds that have been released

FUNEMBI to become numb

FUNFULAMBI 1. to order, to forbid 2. to get ready beforehand, to prepare

FUNG ŠUI geomancy


of the Board of Punishments in Mukden

FUNGGAHA feather, down

FUNGGALA tail feather, feather in an official's hat

FUNGGIN 1. an old boar 2. the thick skin of a pig


FUNGKERI HIYAN Coumarouna odorata

FUNGKERI ILHA a type of Chinese orchid found in marshes

FUNGKU towel, cloth for wiping, kerchief

FUNGKŪ log, block of wood

FUNGLU salary

FUNGNEBUMBI to be enfeoffed

FUNGNEHEN a document conferring enfeoffment, grant


FIYENTEN Department of Grants, BH 338

FUNGNEHEN EJEHE I KUNGGERI a section of the Board of War in charge of edicts, grants, and rescripts

FUNGNEHEN EJEHE ICIHIYARA BA a section of the Grand Secretariat in charge of edicts, grants, and rescripts


FUNGNEMBI to enfeoff

FUNGSAN 1. rank (the taste of mutton or beef) 2. impoverished 3. the oil gland at the base of a bird's tail, uropygial gland

FUNGSAN YADAHŪN destitute, impoverished

FUNGSE 1. flour, meal 2. basin, pan

FUNGŠUN smelling of urine

FUNGTO see fungtoo

FUNGTOO envelope

FUNIMA a poisonous sand fly

FUNIYAGAN power of judgment, understanding

FUNIYAGANGGA endowed with good judgment

FUNIYAHA a parasitic worm that lives in the hair on the backs of horses and cattle

FUNIYAHAN see funiyagan

FUNIYANGGA see funiyagangga

FUNIYEHE hair, fur, nap

FUNIYEHE DASITU bangs worn by young boys in ancient times

FUNIYEHE DEN CEKEMU a type of velvet with a thick surface

FUNIYEHE I ŠOŠON an artificial lock of hair worn by women over their natural hair


FUNIYEHE SULABUMBI to let the hair grow long

FUNIYEHELEMBI to pull the hair (while fighting)

FUNIYEHENGGE hairy, hirsute

FUNIYESEN see funiyesun

FUNIYESUN a kind of coarse woolen, felt

FUNJIMA sand fly, gnat

FUNTAMBI (-ka) to become moldy


FUNTANAMBI to form mold

FUNTU deer horn in velvet--used in medicine

FUNTUHŪ gap, empty space, interval, lacuna

FUNTUHULEMBI 1. to make a gap, to leave a space 2. to be absent from one's post

FUNTUHUN see funtuhu

FUNTUMBI 1. to brave (the rain, a storm, etc.) 2. to cross a river (of livestock) 3. to charge bravely (enemy troops)

FUNTURABUMBI caus. of funturambi

FUNTURAMBI to root, to dig with the snout

FUNTUREMBI see funtumbi

FUNTURŠAMBI to root persistently

FUR SEME gently, easily, lightly, nicely, smoothly

FUR SEME SAIKAN fresh and pretty

FUR SEME TUCIKE flowed lightly (sweat)

FURANAHA dust, fine dirt, ashes

FURCAN a small, red-billed crane

FURDAN 1. scar, wound 2. pass, gateway 3. eye of a needle 4. a twisted root

FURDAN DOGON I KUNGGERI office concerned with passes and fords in the Board of War

FURDAN DUKA gate at a pass

FURDAN I TEMGETU BITHEI KUNGGERI a section of the Board of War concerned with issuing pass permits

FURDAN KAMNI narrow pass

FURDEHE pelt, fur, fur jacket

FURDEHE KURUME a fur jacket

FURDEHE SOFORO a saddle cushion made of fur

FURFU ape, orangutan

FURFUN FARFAN in streams (tears)

FURGI 1. a bundle of willow branches or reeds used to repair dams or dikes 2. a stick with a tuft of grass attached to the end--used in shamanistic rites 3. collar for draft animals

FURGI COKO one name for the turkey

FURGI TAI dike terrace

FURGIBUMBI caus./pass. of furgimbi

FURGIMBI 1. to drift, to wash up (of sand and dust) 2. to foment, to

bathe with a warm medicated liquid 3. to come in (of the tide) 4. to be hot (of taste)

FURGIN 1. tide 2. hot (in taste)

FURGISI a man who lays out furgi when the river level is low

FURGISU ginger

FURHŪN CECIKE one name for the hoopoe; cf. indahūn cecike

FURIMBI to dive, to swim under water, to plunge

FURITAN one name for the pelican; cf. kū tan

FURITU NIYEHE diving duck

FURNA a bondman of the second generation

FURSUN 1. shoots, sprouts (especially of a grain) 2. sawdust

FURSUN SAIN growth is good (said of domestic animals)

FURSUNGGA NIYEHE one name for the wild duck

FURŪ 1. excrescence in wood 2. canker sore 3. tangled branches 4. cruel, violent

FURUBUMBI caus. of furumbi

FURUDAMBI to act in a cruel or violent way

FURUKŪ a grater

FURUMBI to slice, to grate, to cut into fine pieces

FURUN meat scraped from a bone

FURUNAMBI to develop a canker sore in the mouth

FURUNGGA HANGSE finely cut noodles

FURUNUMBI to slice together

FURUSUN TASHARI one name for the eagle

FUSA Bodhisattva

FUSE unintentionally

FUSE INJEHE laughed unintentionally

FUSEJEMBI 1. to burst (of bubbles and boils) 2. to break through 3. to break up (of ice)

FUSELEMBI to break open, to make a hole in

FUSELI an inedible freshwater fish resembling the black carp whose gall is used as a medicine

FUSEMBI (-ke, -ndere) to propagate, to reproduce, to breed

FUSEMBUMBI caus. of fusembi

FUŠEN propagation

FUSENGGE FULANA ILHA a type of wild red cherry blossom

FUSEREBUMBI caus. of fuserembi

FUSEREMBI to trim, to edge, to put on a fur trimming

FUSEREHE MAHALA a hat with a furtrimmed brim

FUSEREMBUMBI see fuserebumbi

FUSERI Szechuan pepper (Zanthoxylum piperitum)

FUSERI MOO Szechuan pepper tree

FUSHAMBI to lose everything, to be wiped out

FUSHEBUMBI caus. of fushembi


FUSHEKU I HERU the frame of a fan

FUSHEKU I TALGARI a fan's covering

FUSHEKU I TEMUN handle of a fan

FUSHEKU I TUHEBUKU an ornament attached to the handle of a fan


FUSHEHE BONGKO cotton still in the boll, raw cotton

FUSHŪ 1. stand for cooking pot 2. excrescence on a tree

FUSHŪ GURJEN hearth cricket

FUSHŪ NAHAN a kang near the stove

FUSHUBUMBI 1. caus. of fushumbi 2. to set off (firecrackers)

FUSHUMBI 1. to burst open (of flower buds) 2. to go off (of firecrackers), to crack from overheating

FUSI abominable, loathsome, frightful, monstrous


FUSI BAHAMBI to give birth to a monstrosity as a result of ridiculing a person or thing

FUSI BAHARAHŪ afraid of giving birth to a monstrosity

FUSIBUMBI caus./pass. of fusimbi

FUSIHEN an erasable lacquer board used for writing

FUSIHULABUMBI caus./pass. of fusihūlambi

FUSIHŪLAMBI to look down upon, to despise

FUSIHŪN 1. down, downward 2. westward 3. humble, low, cheap 4. junior, subordinate

FUSIHŪŠABUMBI caus./pass. of fusihūšambi

FUSIHŪŠAMBI to look down upon, to despise

FUSILARU a term of abuse--misbegotten, cretin

FUSIMBI (-ha) 1. to shave, to shave off, to cut the hair 2. to trim the feathers on an arrow shaft

FUSKU see fushu

FUSU FASA flustered, in great rush

FUSUBUMBI caus. of fusumbi

FUSUKŪ sprinkling can

FUSUMBI to sprinkle (water)

FUSURE TAMPIN a sprinkling can

FUSUR SEME 1. flaky and soft 2. steadily (of a horse's gait)


FUSURI GUNGGULU a parrot's crest

FUSURI ILHA the cotton rose (Hibiscus mutabilis)

FUSURI NIYEHE the same as alhari niyehe

FUSURJEMBI to crack, to become worn

FUŠAHŪ one name for the scops owl; cf. hūšahū

FUŠARCAN a red-headed crane

FUŠARGAN one name for the rose finch; cf. fulgiyan sišargan

FUTA 1. rope, line, string 2. one sheng (180 Chinese feet)

FUTA FEKUCEMBI to jump rope

FUTA MISHAN a line for measuring the depth of water

FUTAI KŪWARAN rope factory

FUTAHI a first-generation bondman

FUTALABUMBI caus. of futalambi

FUTALAMBI to measure in sheng

FUTALAHA USIN extended land

FUWEN 1. minute 2. one-tenth of a Chinese inch 3. candareen

FUYAKIYAMBI to become nauseous, to become sickening

FUYAMBI to feel like vomiting, to feel nauseated

FUYAN Curcuma, turmeric

FUYARI NIYEHE a type of duck whose flesh has a nauseating smell--the same as aka niyehe

FUYEBUMBI caus. of fuyembi

FUYEBURE TAMPIN a pot for preparing boiling water

FUYEMBI 1. to come to a boil, to boil 2. to skin (an animal)


GABA three iron backpieces affixed to the epauliere on a suit of rmor

GABSIHIYALABUMBI caus. of gabsihiyalambi

GABSIHIYALAMBI 1. to be swift 2. to march with light baggage, to make a forced march 3. to form the vanguard

GABSIHIYAN 1. quick, clever, alert 2. vanguard

GABSIHIYAN I HIYA Imperial Guardsman of the Vanguard Division, BH 735

GABSIHIYAN I JANGGIN Colonel of the Vanguard' Division, BH 735

GABSIHIYAN I JUWAN I DA Sergeant of the Vanguard Division, BH 735

GABSIHIYARI see dersen gabsihiyari

GABSIYAN see gabsihiyan

GABŠAMBI see gabtašambi

GABTABUMBI 1. caus. of gabtambi 2. to shine (forth)

GABTAKŪ ORHO bramblebush (Bidens bipinnata)

GABTAMA nettles, brier, a sort of thorny plant

GABTAMBI 1. to shoot an arrow 2. to shine, to radiate

GABTARA NIYAMNIYARA dismounted and mounted archery

GABTARA ORDO archery pavilion

GABTARA TUNGKEN a small ball of felt used as a target

GABTAN archery

GABTANAMBI to go to shoot


GABTANJIMBI to come to shoot, to shoot hither

GABTAŠUMBI to shoot a great number of arrows, to shoot repeatedly

GABULA glutton, gluttonous

GACILABUMBI caus./pass. of amilambi

GACILAMBI 1. to injure, to harm 2. to deprive

GACUHA a toy or die made from the ankle bone of a sheep or other animal

GACUHA GIRANGGI the anklebone

GADAHŪN grown tall or long, bulging (of the eyes)

GADANA BEYE all alone, on one's own

GADAR SEME incessantly (of talking)

GADARAMBI (-ka) to become long, to grow stiff

GAFA having gnarled or twisted hands

GAHA crow, raven, rook, jackdaw, general name of birds of the genus Corvus

GAHA CECIKE black drongo (Dicrurus macrocercus)

GAHA GARIRE BERI a type of ancient bow

GAHA HENGKE a type of gourd used as a medicine against dysentery (Trichosanthes cucumeroides)

GAHA OTON bitter melon (Momordica charantia)

GAHA POO puffball (a type of mushroom)

GAHA YASA Euryale ferox--an aquatic plant with edible fruit

GAHACIN one name for the cormorant; cf. suwan

GAHANGGA pertaining to the crow

GAHARI shirt, blouse

GAHARI UKSIN a shirt of armor, hauberk

GAHU curved toward the front, extended forward

GAHŪ FIHA with the mouth gaping

GAHŪMBI to jut foward, to curve toward the front

GAHŪNGGA jutting forward, curved toward the front

GAHŪRILAMBI to lean forward, to jut


GAHŪŠAMBI 1. to stand with the mouth gaping 2. to be so hungry that one is reduced to begging 3. to be unable to swallow 4. to remain speechless, to be unable to get the words out

GAHŪŠAME BAMBI to beg with the mouth gaping, to beg pitifully

GAHŪŠATAMBI intensive form of gahūšambi

GAI 1. hey! 2. impediment, obstacle

GAIBUMBI 1. caus./pass. of gaimbi 2. to be defeated

GAIBUŠAMBI 1. to be defeated due to lack of strength (at wrestling) 2. to fear cold, to be unable to stand the cold

GAIHAHŪ KONGGORO a swift, dun-colored horse

GAIHAMSITU wonderful, marvelous

GAIHAMSITU KONGGORO a wonderful dun-colored horse

GAIHARI suddenly

GAIHARILAMBI to be sudden, to act suddenly, to realize something suddenly

GAIHAŠU suddenly changed, unexpectedly better

GAIHŪ for gaihao?

GAIJAMBI 1. to receive (goods) 2. to pass (an examination) 3. to confess

GAIJARA BITHE receipt for receiving government goods

GAIKABŪMBI caus. of gaikambi

GAIKAMBI to broadcast, to spread abroad, to praise

GAILAMBI (-ka) to be possessed, to be hexed

GAIMBI (imperative: gaisu) 1. to take, to take away, to take off 2. to marry (a wife)

GAIHA GEBUI BITHE a list of successful candidates in the examination for Metropolitan Graduate

GAINDUMBI/GAINUMBI to take together, to contend

GAIRALAME taking steadily

GAIRELEME see gairalame

GAISILABUMBI caus./pass. of gaisilambi

GAISILAMBI to entangle, to catch up

GAISILAN entanglement, involvement

GAISILANDUMBI/GAISILANUMBI to entangle one another

GAISIN see gaisilan

GAITAI 1. suddenly 2. by chance

GAITAI . . . GAITAI . . . now . . . then . . .

GAITAI GAITAI all of a sudden

GAJARACI see gajarci

GAJARCI a guide

GAJARCILAMBI to lead the way

GAJI see gaju

GAJIBŪMBI caus. of gajimbi

GAJIMBI (imperative: gaju) to bring, to bring along

GAJIRACI see gajarci


GAJŪ imperative of gajimbi

GAJŪNGGA ORHO aconite, wolfsbane

GAKAHŪN with gaping mouth, gaping (crack)

GAKARABUMBI caus. of gakarambi

GAKARAMBI 1. to crack open, to form a fissure 2. to become distant from one another (friends and relatives)

GAKARASHŪN separated, estranged

GAKDA 1. single, sole 2. crippled in one leg 3. blind in one eye

GAKDA BETHE lame in one leg, one-legged

GAKDA BEYE alone, on one's own

GAKDA YAŠŠA one-eyed, blind in one eye

GAKDAHŪN tall and lean

GAKDAHŪRI tall and skinny man

GAKDUN debt, liability

GAKSI partner

GALA 1. hand, arm 2. one of the sides of the encirclement in a battue 3. a measure equaling two Chinese feet and five inches

GALA BETHE HIYAHALAME FIYELEMBI at trick riding, to ride with the arms and legs crossed

GALA BUKDAMBI to bend the forearm

GALA DACŪN quick-handed, dexterous

GALA ENDŪBUMBI to lose one's grip

GALA FŪTA a lasso for catching falcons

GALA GIDAŠAMBI to wave the hand

GALA ISIMBI to set the hand to, to take action

GALA JOOLAMBI to place the hands in the sleeves

GALA MONJIMBI to rub the hands from exasperation or regret

GALA SIDAHIYAMBI to turn the sleeves back and uncover the arms

GALA ŪNŪMBI to put the hands behind the back

GALAI AMBAN Commandant of the Vahguard Division, BH 735

GALAI AMBAN I SIDEN YAMUN office of the Commandant of the Vanguard Division

GALAI DA Brigadier, BH 57I, 737

GALAI FALANGGŪ palm of the hand

GALAI FALANGGŪ BE JORIRE ADALI like pointing at the palm of the hand-very easy

GALAI FALANGGŪ I HERGEN the lines on the palm of the hand

GALAI FILEKŪ a small stove for warming the hands

GALAI HŪRU the back of the hand


GALAI SUJAKŪ an armrest

GALAI TEYEKU a railing, a hand support

GALADAMBI to set the hand to, to begin work; cf. gala isimbi

GALAKTUN a protective sleeve made of mail

GALAMBI (-ka) to clear up (of the weather)

GALAMU a shuttle used in weaving

GALANGGA TAMPIN a teapot with handles

GALBI good at hearing, possessing keen hearing

GALBINGGA a person with good hearing

GALGA clear (of weather)

GALGAN see galga

GALGIRAKŪ no match for (at wrestling)

GALGIYARAKŪ see galgirakū

GALI precocious, smart for one's age

GALIN CECIKE one name for the oriole; cf. gūlin cecike

GALIRAKŪ below par, not up to standard, not comparable, inferior

GALJU 1. slippery ice 2. a quick and accurate archer

GALMAN mosquito

GALMAN HEREKU Amur nuthatch (Sitta europaea)

GAMABUMBI caus. of gamambi

GAMAMBI 1. to take (to another place) 2. to manage, to look after, to deal with, to execute (an order), to regulate, to dispatch

GAMAN managing, method of dealing with something

GAMJI covetous

GAMJIDAMBI to be covetous

GAMJILAMBI see gamjidambi

GANABUMBI caus. of ganambi

CANADA an arrow with a head resembling a duck's bill

GANAMBI 1. to fetch, to go to get 2. to gather

GANCUHA BEYE all on one's own, alone

GANCURGAN see ganjuhan

GANG GANG (onom.) the sound of a flock of wild geese calling

GANG ŠEME like wild geese crying

GANGGADA a tall person

GANGGADABUMBI caus. of ganggadambi

GANGGADAMBI to be tall

GANGGAHŪN tall and skinny; cf. gakdahūn

GANGGAN hard, tough, strong

GANGGARI 1. hard 2. the cry of the wild goose

GANGGARI NIONGNIYAHA one name for the goose

GANGGARI TUHEMBI to fall down hard

GANGGATA tall in stature; cf. ganggada

GANGGI ten quadrillion

GANIO strange, odd, extraordinary, inauspicious

GANIONGGA 1. monster, monstrosity 2. ominous, menacing, weird, uncanny

GANIONGGA GASHA a type of owl, the same as yabulan

GANIONGGA GISUN a magic oath

GANIONGGA HŪŠAHŪ the same as hūšahū

GANIONGGA JAKA monster, uncanny thing

GANJI completely, all

GANJIMBI see gajimbi

GANJUHALAMBI to fix on a saddle

GANJUHAN thongs attached to a saddle for carrying gear, saddle rigging

GANJURGA see ganjuhan

GAOWA ŪMIYAHA a type of worm found in fish's stomachs

GAR (onom.) a sound made when one is under pressure, the sound of shouting

GAR GAR (onom.) sound made by a small baby

GAR GIR (onom.) the sound made by a flock of crows, the sound made by a group of people arguing

GAR MIYAR (onom.) the sound of many people shouting

GAR SEME loudly

GAR SEME JABŪMBI to answer loud and clear

GAR SEME SUREMBI to scream loudly

GARBAHŪN sparse, thin (of branches in a tree)

GARDAMBI to rush, to walk fast

GARDAŠAMBI to walk vigorously, to walk swiftly, to walk in a race

GARGALABŪMBI caus. of gargalambi

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