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Number: 1
Word: all
Archaic Latin: ˈɔmn-ɪs {omnis}  1 
Late Classical Latin: ˈɔmn-ɪs {omnis}  1 
Megleno Romanian: tot {tot}  2 
Istro Romanian: tot {tot}  2 
Aromanian: tˈut-ŭ {tut}  2 
Romanian: tot {tot}  2 
Dalmatian: toč {toč}  2 
Friulian: dut {dut}  2 
Gardenese Ladin: dut {dut}  2 
Fassano Ladin: dut {dut}  2 
Rumantsch Grischun: tut {tut}  2 
Sursilvan Romansh: tut {tut}  2 
Surmiran Romansh: tot {tot}  2 
Vallader Romansh: twot {tuot}  2 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: tüt {tut}  2 
Barbania Piemontese: tüt {tut}  2 
Carmagnola Piemontese: tüyt {tùit}  2 
Turinese Piemontese: tüt {tut}  2 
Vercellese Piemontese: tüč  2 
Bergamo Lombard: töt {töt}  2 
Plesio Lombard: tüčː {tücc}  2 
Ravennate Romagnol: tot {tót}  2 
Ferrarese Emiliano: tut {tùtt}  2 
Carpigiano Emiliano: tut {tùt}  2 
Reggiano Emiliano: tot {tótt}  2 
Rapallo Ligurian: tˈütː-u  2 
Genoese Ligurian: tütː-u {tüttu}  2 
Stella Ligurian: tˈütː-u {tüttu}  2 
Venice Venetian: tˈut-o {tuto}  2 
Primiero Venetian: tut {tut}  2 
Bellunese Venetian: tˈut-o {tuto}  2 
Old Italian: tˈutː-o {tutto}  2 
Standard Italian: tˈutː-o {tutto}  2 
Grosseto Italian: tˈutː-o {tutto}  2 
Foligno Italian: tˈutː-u {tuttu}  2 
Neapolitan: tˈutː-ǝ {tutto}  2 
Logudorese: tˈotː-u {tottu}  2 
Campidanese: tˈotː-u {tottu}  2 
Palermitan Sicilian: tˈutː-u {tuttu}  2 
Messinese Sicilian: tˈutː-u {tuttu}  2 
Catanian Sicilian: tˈutː-u {tuttu}  2 
South-Eastern Sicilian: tˈutː-u {tuttu}  2 
Central Catalan: tot {tot}  2 
North-Western Catalan: tot {tot}  2 
Minorcan Catalan: tot {tot}  2 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: tot {tot}  2 
Valencia Catalan: tot {tot}  2 
Manises Catalan: tot {tot}  2 
Castilian Spanish: tˈoð-o {todo}  2 
Asturian: tˈo-o {too}  2 
Standard Portuguese: tˈoð-u {todo}  2 
Galician: tˈoð-o {todo}  2 
Provençal Occitan: tut {tout}  2 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: to {to} ~ tot {tot}  2 
Old French: tot {tot}  2 
Standard French: tu {tout}  2 
Picard: tu {tout}  2 
Walloon: tu {tout}  2 
Number: 1
Word: all
Archaic Latin:
Late Classical Latin: tˈoːt-ʊs {totus}  2 
Megleno Romanian:
Istro Romanian:
Aromanian:
Romanian:
Dalmatian:
Friulian:
Gardenese Ladin:
Fassano Ladin:
Rumantsch Grischun:
Sursilvan Romansh:
Surmiran Romansh:
Vallader Romansh:
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese:
Barbania Piemontese:
Carmagnola Piemontese:
Turinese Piemontese:
Vercellese Piemontese:
Bergamo Lombard:
Plesio Lombard:
Ravennate Romagnol:
Ferrarese Emiliano:
Carpigiano Emiliano:
Reggiano Emiliano:
Rapallo Ligurian:
Genoese Ligurian:
Stella Ligurian:
Venice Venetian:
Primiero Venetian:
Bellunese Venetian:
Old Italian:
Standard Italian:
Grosseto Italian:
Foligno Italian:
Neapolitan:
Logudorese:
Campidanese:
Palermitan Sicilian:
Messinese Sicilian:
Catanian Sicilian:
South-Eastern Sicilian:
Central Catalan:
North-Western Catalan:
Minorcan Catalan:
Castelló de la Plana Catalan:
Valencia Catalan:
Manises Catalan:
Castilian Spanish:
Asturian:
Standard Portuguese:
Galician:
Provençal Occitan:
Savoyard Franco-Provençal:
Old French:
Standard French:
Picard:
Walloon:
Number: 2
Word: ashes
Archaic Latin: kˈɪnɪs {cinis}  1 
Late Classical Latin: kˈɪnɪs {cinis}  1 
Megleno Romanian: čǝnˈuš-ǝ {tšănúșă}  1 
Istro Romanian: čerˈuš-e {čerúșe}  1 
Aromanian: činˈuš-e {činúșe}  1 
Romanian: čenˈuš-ǝ {cenușă}  1 
Dalmatian: kanˈays-a {canáissa}  1 
Friulian: činˈiz-e {cinise}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: čˈǝndǝr {cënder}  1 
Fassano Ladin: čˈendɛr {cẹnder}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: čˈɛndr-ǝ {tschendra}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: čˈɛndr-ǝ {tschendra}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: čˈɛndr-ǝ {tschendra}  1 
Vallader Romansh: čˈɛndr-ǝ {tschendra}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: sˈǝnɛr {sënner}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: sˈǝnɛr {sënner}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: sˈǝnɛr {sënner}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: sˈinǝr {sinner}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: sˈöŋdr-i  1 
Bergamo Lombard: sˈɛnder {sènder}  1 
Plesio Lombard: šˈendɛr {scender}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: cˈɛndr-a {z̟èndra}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: cˈɛndar {zèndar}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: sˈɛndr-a {sendra}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: sˈɛndr-a {sèndra}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: sˈeŋy-e  1 
Genoese Ligurian: čˈener-i {ceneri}  -1 
Stella Ligurian: srˈenː-e {çrenne}  1 
Venice Venetian: sˈɛner-i {sèneri}  1 
Primiero Venetian: θˈeŋdr-e {ẑendre}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: θˈeŋdr-o {zendro}  1 
Old Italian: čˈener-e {cenere}  1 
Standard Italian: čˈener-e {cenere}  1 
Grosseto Italian: čˈener-e {cenere}  1 
Foligno Italian: čˈenːer-e {cennere}  1 
Neapolitan: šˈɛnːǝr-ǝ ~ šˈenːǝr-ǝ {cennera}  1 
Logudorese: kisˈin-a {chisìna}  1 
Campidanese: činˈiž-u {cinixu}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: čˈinːiɾ-i {cinniri}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: čˈinɨɾ-ɨ {ciniri}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: čˈinːiɾ-i {cinniri}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: čˈinːiɾ-i {cinniri}  1 
Central Catalan: sˈɛndɾ-ǝ {cendra}  1 
North-Western Catalan: sˈɛndɾ-ɛ {cendra}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: sˈɛndɾ-ǝ {cendra}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: sˈɛndɾ-a {cendra}  1 
Valencia Catalan: sˈɛndɾ-a {cendra}  1 
Manises Catalan: sˈɛndɾ-a {cendra}  1 
Castilian Spanish: θenˈiθ-a {ceniza}  1 
Asturian: θenˈiθ-a {ceniza}  1 
Standard Portuguese: sˈĩzɐ {cinza}  1 
Galician: θˈinθ-a {cinza}  1 
Provençal Occitan: sˈɛndɾ-e {cèndre}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: fˈɛ̃dr-a {findra} ~ fˈɛdr-a {fêdra}  1 
Old French: cˈãndr-ǝ {cendre}  1 
Standard French: sɑ̃dʁ {cendre}  1 
Picard: šɛ̃n {chennes}  1 
Walloon: sɛn {cènes}  1 
Number: 2
Word: ashes
Archaic Latin:
Late Classical Latin:
Megleno Romanian: skrum {scrum}  -1 
Istro Romanian:
Aromanian: skrˈum-ŭ {scrum}  -1 
Romanian:
Dalmatian:
Friulian:
Gardenese Ladin:
Fassano Ladin:
Rumantsch Grischun:
Sursilvan Romansh:
Surmiran Romansh:
Vallader Romansh:
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese:
Barbania Piemontese:
Carmagnola Piemontese:
Turinese Piemontese:
Vercellese Piemontese:
Bergamo Lombard:
Plesio Lombard:
Ravennate Romagnol:
Ferrarese Emiliano:
Carpigiano Emiliano:
Reggiano Emiliano:
Rapallo Ligurian:
Genoese Ligurian:
Stella Ligurian:
Venice Venetian:
Primiero Venetian:
Bellunese Venetian:
Old Italian:
Standard Italian:
Grosseto Italian:
Foligno Italian:
Neapolitan:
Logudorese:
Campidanese:
Palermitan Sicilian:
Messinese Sicilian:
Catanian Sicilian:
South-Eastern Sicilian:
Central Catalan:
North-Western Catalan:
Minorcan Catalan:
Castelló de la Plana Catalan:
Valencia Catalan:
Manises Catalan:
Castilian Spanish:
Asturian:
Standard Portuguese:
Galician:
Provençal Occitan:
Savoyard Franco-Provençal:
Old French:
Standard French:
Picard:
Walloon:
Number: 3
Word: bark
Archaic Latin: lˈɪb-ɛr {liber}  1 
Late Classical Latin:
Megleno Romanian:
Istro Romanian: kˈor-a {córa}  -1 
Aromanian: kˈo̯až-e {coáje}  2 
Romanian: skˈo̯arc-ǝ {scoarţă}  3 
Dalmatian:
Friulian: skˈus-e {scusse}  3 
Gardenese Ladin: škˈɔrc-a {scorza}  3 
Fassano Ladin: škˈorc-a {scorza}  3 
Rumantsch Grischun: škˈɔrs-ǝ {scorsa}  3 
Sursilvan Romansh: škˈɔrs-ǝ {scorsa}  3 
Surmiran Romansh: škˈɔrs-ǝ {scorsa}  3 
Vallader Romansh: škˈɔrc-ǝ {scorza}  3 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: plˈöy-a {pleuja}  4 
Barbania Piemontese: skˈɔrs-a {scòrsa}  3 
Carmagnola Piemontese: skˈɔrs-a {scòrsa}  3 
Turinese Piemontese: skˈɔrs-a {scorsa}  3 
Vercellese Piemontese: skˈɔrs-a  3 
Bergamo Lombard: rˈösk-a {rösca}  5 
Plesio Lombard: pɛlː {pell}  6 
Ravennate Romagnol: skˈɔa̯rc-a {scörz̟a}  3 
Ferrarese Emiliano: kurt-ˈɛč-a {curtecia}  7 
Carpigiano Emiliano: kurt-ˈɛs-a {curtèsa}  7 
Reggiano Emiliano: skˈɔːrs-a {scôrsa}  3 
Rapallo Ligurian: skˈɔrs-a  3 
Genoese Ligurian: skˈɔrs-a {scorça}  3 
Stella Ligurian: skˈɔːrs-a {scörça}  3 
Venice Venetian: skˈɔrs-a {scòrsa}  3 
Primiero Venetian: skˈɔrθ-a {scòrẑa}  3 
Bellunese Venetian: skˈɔrθ-a {scorza}  3 
Old Italian: skˈɔrc-a {scorza}  3 
Standard Italian: kort-ˈečː-a {corteccia}  7 
Grosseto Italian: bˈučː-a {buccia}  8 
Foligno Italian: kort-ˈečː-a {corteccia}  7 
Neapolitan: škˈɔrc-ǝ {scorza}  3 
Logudorese: koθ-ik-ˈin-a {cothichìna}  7 
Campidanese: skrˈož-u {scroxu}  3 
Palermitan Sicilian: škˈwɔɾč-a {scuorcia}  3 
Messinese Sicilian: skˈɔčː-a {scoccia}  3 
Catanian Sicilian: skˈɔɾč-a {scorcia}  3 
South-Eastern Sicilian: škˈɔčː-a {scoccia}  3 
Central Catalan: ǝskˈɔɾs-ǝ {escorça}  3 
North-Western Catalan: askˈɔɾs-ɛ {escorça}  3 
Minorcan Catalan: ǝskˈɔɾs-ǝ {escorça}  3 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: krˈɔst-a {crosta}  9 
Valencia Catalan: askˈɔɾs-a {escorça}  3 
Manises Catalan: kˈɔɾf-a {corfa}  -1 
Castilian Spanish: koɾt-ˈeθ-a {corteza}  7 
Asturian: koɾt-ˈeθ-a {corteza}  7 
Standard Portuguese: kˈašk-ɐ {casca}  10 
Galician: koɾt-ˈeθ-a {corteza}  -1 
Provençal Occitan: rˈüsk-o {rusco}  5 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: ekˈöːrs-a {ékeûrsa}  3 
Old French: eskˈɔrc-ǝ {escorce}  3 
Standard French: ekɔʁs {écorce}  3 
Picard: plat {plate}  11 
Walloon: skwaːs {scwâce}  3 
Number: 3
Word: bark
Archaic Latin:
Late Classical Latin:
Megleno Romanian:
Istro Romanian:
Aromanian:
Romanian:
Dalmatian:
Friulian:
Gardenese Ladin:
Fassano Ladin:
Rumantsch Grischun:
Sursilvan Romansh:
Surmiran Romansh:
Vallader Romansh:
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese:
Barbania Piemontese:
Carmagnola Piemontese:
Turinese Piemontese:
Vercellese Piemontese:
Bergamo Lombard:
Plesio Lombard:
Ravennate Romagnol:
Ferrarese Emiliano:
Carpigiano Emiliano:
Reggiano Emiliano:
Rapallo Ligurian:
Genoese Ligurian:
Stella Ligurian:
Venice Venetian:
Primiero Venetian:
Bellunese Venetian:
Old Italian: kort-ˈečː-a {corteccia}  7 
Standard Italian:
Grosseto Italian:
Foligno Italian:
Neapolitan:
Logudorese:
Campidanese:
Palermitan Sicilian:
Messinese Sicilian:
Catanian Sicilian:
South-Eastern Sicilian:
Central Catalan:
North-Western Catalan:
Minorcan Catalan:
Castelló de la Plana Catalan:
Valencia Catalan:
Manises Catalan:
Castilian Spanish:
Asturian:
Standard Portuguese:
Galician:
Provençal Occitan:
Savoyard Franco-Provençal:
Old French:
Standard French:
Picard:
Walloon:
Number: 4
Word: belly
Archaic Latin: wˈɛntɛr {venter}  1 
Late Classical Latin: vˈɛntɛr {venter}  1 
Megleno Romanian: fˈo̯al-i {foáli}  2 
Istro Romanian: tǝrbˈux {târbúh}  -1 
Aromanian: pˈɨntik-ŭ {pîˊntic}  3 
Romanian: bˈurt-ǝ {burtă}  -1 
Dalmatian: vyˈantr-o {viantro}  1 
Friulian: pˈanc-e {panze}  3 
Gardenese Ladin: vˈǝntǝr {vënter}  1 
Fassano Ladin: vˈenter {vẹnter}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: vˈɛntǝr {venter}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: vˈɛntǝr {venter}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: vˈayntǝr {vainter}  1 
Vallader Romansh: vˈayntǝr {vainter}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: pˈaŋs-a {pansa}  3 
Barbania Piemontese: pˈaŋs-a {pansa}  3 
Carmagnola Piemontese: pˈaŋs-a {pansa}  3 
Turinese Piemontese: pˈaŋs-a {pansa}  3 
Vercellese Piemontese: pˈaŋs-a  3 
Bergamo Lombard: pˈans-a {pànsa}  3 
Plesio Lombard: vˈentr-u {ventru}  -1 
Ravennate Romagnol: pˈãnc-a {pânz̟a}  3 
Ferrarese Emiliano: pˈanc-a {pànza}  3 
Carpigiano Emiliano: pˈans-a {pansa}  3 
Reggiano Emiliano: pˈaːns-a {pânsa}  3 
Rapallo Ligurian: pˈaŋs-a  3 
Genoese Ligurian: pˈaŋs-a {pança}  3 
Stella Ligurian: pˈaŋs-a {pança}  3 
Venice Venetian: pˈaŋs-a {pansa}  3 
Primiero Venetian: pˈaŋθ-a {panẑa}  3 
Bellunese Venetian: pˈaŋθ-a {panza}  3 
Old Italian: vˈɛntr-e {ventre}  1 
Standard Italian: vˈɛntr-e {ventre}  1 
Grosseto Italian: pˈanč-a {pancia}  3 
Foligno Italian: trˈipː-u {trippu}  4 
Neapolitan: pˈanc-ǝ {panza}  3 
Logudorese: frˈent-e {frente}  1 
Campidanese: brˈɛnt-i {brenti}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: pˈanc-a {panza}  3 
Messinese Sicilian: pˈanc-a {panza}  3 
Catanian Sicilian: pˈanc-a {panza}  3 
South-Eastern Sicilian: pˈanc-a {panza}  3 
Central Catalan: pˈaɲš-ǝ {panxa}  3 
North-Western Catalan: pˈaɲč-ɛ {panxa}  3 
Minorcan Catalan: pˈaɲš-ǝ {panxa}  3 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: pˈaɲč-a {panxa}  3 
Valencia Catalan: pˈaɲč-a {panxa}  3 
Manises Catalan: pˈaɲč-a {panxa}  3 
Castilian Spanish: tɾˈip-a {tripa}  4 
Asturian: barˈig-a {barriga}  5 
Standard Portuguese: bɐʁˈiɣ-ɐ {barriga}  5 
Galician: barˈiɣ-a {barriga}  5 
Provençal Occitan: vˈɛntɾ-e {vèntre}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: vˈɛtr-o {vêtro}  1 
Old French: vˈãntr-ǝ {ventre}  1 
Standard French: vɑ̃tʁ {ventre}  1 
Picard: pɑ̃š {panche}  3 
Walloon: vɛ̃t {vinte}  1 
Number: 5
Word: big
Archaic Latin: mˈaŋn-ʊs {magnus}  1 
Late Classical Latin: grˈand-ɪs {grandis}  2 
Megleno Romanian: mˈar-i {mári}  3 
Istro Romanian: mˈɒr-e {måre}  3 
Aromanian: mˈar-e {máre}  3 
Romanian: mˈar-e {mare}  3 
Dalmatian: mawr {mau̯r}  4 
Friulian: grant {grant}  2 
Gardenese Ladin: grant {grant}  2 
Fassano Ladin: gran {gran}  2 
Rumantsch Grischun: grɔnt {grond}  2 
Sursilvan Romansh: grɔnt {grond}  2 
Surmiran Romansh: grɔnt {grond}  2 
Vallader Romansh: grɔnt {grond}  2 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: graŋd {grand}  2 
Barbania Piemontese: grɔs {gròs}  5 
Carmagnola Piemontese: graŋd {grand} ~ graŋ {gran}  2 
Turinese Piemontese: graŋd {grand}  2 
Vercellese Piemontese: grɔːs  5 
Bergamo Lombard: grɔs {gròs}  5 
Plesio Lombard: graːnt {grand}  2 
Ravennate Romagnol: grãnd {grând}  2 
Ferrarese Emiliano: grand {grand}  2 
Carpigiano Emiliano: grɔːs {grôs}  5 
Reggiano Emiliano: graːnd {grând}  2 
Rapallo Ligurian: grˈɔsː-u  5 
Genoese Ligurian: grˈösː-u {grössǒ}  5 
Stella Ligurian: grˈɔːsː-u {grössu}  5 
Venice Venetian: grˈaŋd-o {grando}  2 
Primiero Venetian: graŋt {grant}  2 
Bellunese Venetian: graŋt {grant}  2 
Old Italian: grˈand-e {grande}  2 
Standard Italian: grˈand-e {grande}  2 
Grosseto Italian: grˈɔsː-o {grosso}  5 
Foligno Italian: grˈosː-u {grossu}  5 
Neapolitan: rˈwosː-ǝ {gruosso}  5 
Logudorese: mˈanː-u {mannu}  1 
Campidanese: mˈanː-u {mannu}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: ɾˈanː-i {ranni}  2 
Messinese Sicilian: ɾˈɔsː-u {rossu}  5 
Catanian Sicilian: ɾˈanː-i {ranni}  2 
South-Eastern Sicilian: ɾˈanː-i {ranni}  2 
Central Catalan: gɾan {gran}  2 
North-Western Catalan: gɾan {gran}  2 
Minorcan Catalan: gɾɔs {gros}  5 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: gɾan {gran}  2 
Valencia Catalan: gɾan {gran}  2 
Manises Catalan: gɾan {gran}  2 
Castilian Spanish: gɾˈand-e {grande}  2 
Asturian: gɾˈand-e {grande}  2 
Standard Portuguese: gɾˈɐ̃nd-ǝ {grande}  2 
Galician: gɾˈand-e {grande}  2 
Provençal Occitan: gɾant {grand}  2 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: grã {gran}  2 
Old French: grãnt {grant}  2 
Standard French: gʁɑ̃ {grand}  2 
Picard: gʁɑ̃ {grand}  2 
Walloon: gʀã {grand}  2 
Number: 6
Word: bird
Archaic Latin: ˈaw-ɪs {avis}  1 
Late Classical Latin: ˈav-ɪs {avis}  1 
Megleno Romanian: puʎ {puľ}  2 
Istro Romanian: puʎ {puľ}  2 
Aromanian: pˈuʎ-ŭ {puľĭŭ}  2 
Romanian: pˈasǝr-e {pasăre}  3 
Dalmatian: učˈul {učúl} ~ očˈel {očél}  1 
Friulian: učˈɛl {ucel}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: učˈel {ucel}  1 
Fassano Ladin: učˈel {ucẹl}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: učˈɛ {utschè}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: učˈi {utschi}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: učˈel {utschel}  1 
Vallader Romansh: učˈɛ {utschè} ~ ušˈɛ {uschè}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: uzˈɛl {osel}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: uzˈɛl {osel}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: uzˈɛl {osel}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: uzˈɛl {osel}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: üzˈɛl  1 
Bergamo Lombard: ocˈɛl {ozèl}  1 
Plesio Lombard: ulčˈɛlː {ulcell}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: uzˈɛǝ̯̯l {uşël}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: uzˈɛl {usèl}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: uzˈɛːl {uśêl}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: uzˈɛl {ušèll}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: ɔwžˈelː-u  1 
Genoese Ligurian: awžˈelː-u {aǒxellǒ}  1 
Stella Ligurian: ɔːwž-ˈeː {oouxê}  1 
Venice Venetian: ozˈɛ-o {osèo} ~ {oxèɫo}  1 
Primiero Venetian: uzˈɛl {uxèl}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: ozˈɛl {osel}  1 
Old Italian: učːˈɛlː-o {uccello}  1 
Standard Italian: učːˈɛlː-o {uccello}  1 
Grosseto Italian: učːˈɛlː-o {uccello}  1 
Foligno Italian: čˈelː-u {céllu}  1 
Neapolitan: awšˈyelː-ǝ {auciello}  1 
Logudorese: puʒ-ˈon-e {pudzone}  2 
Campidanese: pilː-ˈɔn-i {pilloni}  2 
Palermitan Sicilian: ačˈyɛɖː-u {acieddu}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: ačˈiɖː-u {aciddu}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: ačˈɛɖː-u {aceddu}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: awčˈyɛɖː-u {aucieddu}  1 
Central Catalan: usˈeʎ {ocell}  1 
North-Western Catalan: miš-ˈo {mixó}  4 
Minorcan Catalan: pǝɾðˈaɫ {pardal}  5 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: paɾðˈaɫ {pardal}  5 
Valencia Catalan: paɾðˈaɫ {pardal}  5 
Manises Catalan: paɾðˈaɫ {pardal}  5 
Castilian Spanish: pˈaxaɾ-o {pájaro}  3 
Asturian: pˈašaɾ-o {páxaro}  3 
Standard Portuguese: ˈav-ǝ {ave}  1 
Galician: ˈaβ-e {ave}  1 
Provençal Occitan: awsˈεw {aucèu}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: ayžˈo {aijô}  1 
Old French: ˈoyzel {oisel}  1 
Standard French: wazo {oiseau}  1 
Picard: ɔzyo {osiau}  1 
Walloon: ɔžeː {ojê}  1 
Number: 7
Word: bite
Archaic Latin: mɔrd-ˈeː-rɛ {mordere}  1 
Late Classical Latin: mɔrd-ˈeː-rɛ {mordere}  1 
Megleno Romanian: mˈučk-u {mútšcu}  2 
Istro Romanian: mučk-ˈɒ {mučcå}  2 
Aromanian: mˈɨšk-u {mî ́șcu} ~ mˈušk-u {mușcu}  2 
Romanian: a=mušk-ˈa {a mușca}  2 
Dalmatian: morsk-ˈwo-r {morsku͡ọr}  3 
Friulian: mˈward-i {muardi}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: mˈɔrd-ǝ-r {morder}  1 
Fassano Ladin: mˈord-e-r {mọrder}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: mˈɔrd-ǝ-r {morder}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: mˈɔrd-ǝ-r {morder}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: mˈɔrd-ǝ-r {morder}  1 
Vallader Romansh: mˈɔrd-ǝ-r {morder}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: mˈɔrd-i {mòrdi}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: mˈɔrd-e {mòrde}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: mˈɔrd-e {mòrde}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: mˈɔrd-e {morde}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: mˈɔːrd-i  1 
Bergamo Lombard: pˈi-a {pìa}  4 
Plesio Lombard: kaɲ-ˈa {cagnà}  5 
Ravennate Romagnol: murs-ˈeǝ̯ {mursêr}  3 
Ferrarese Emiliano: z=gaɲ-ˈa-r {sgagnàr}  5 
Carpigiano Emiliano: muzg-ˈɛː-r {muśghèr}  3 
Reggiano Emiliano: muzg-ˈɛː-r {mušghêr}  3 
Rapallo Ligurian: mˈɔrd-e  1 
Genoese Ligurian: mɔːrd-e {môrde}  1 
Stella Ligurian: mˈɔːrd-e {mörde}  1 
Venice Venetian: morseg-ˈa-r {morsegàr}  3 
Primiero Venetian: mˈɔrð-e-r {mòrđer}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: mˈɔrð-a-r {mordar}  1 
Old Italian: mˈɔrd-e-re {mordere}  1 
Standard Italian: mˈɔrd-e-re {mordere}  1 
Grosseto Italian: mors-ik-ˈa-re {morsicare}  3 
Foligno Italian: močː-ik-ˈa {moccicà}  3 
Neapolitan: mucː-ǝk-ˈa {muzzecà} ~ murc-ǝk-ˈa {murzecà}  3 
Logudorese: mosː-ig-ˈa-re {mossigàre}  3 
Campidanese: musːy-ˈay {mussiai}  3 
Palermitan Sicilian: mucː-ik-ˈa-ɾi {muzzicari}  3 
Messinese Sicilian: mucː-ɨk-ˈa-ɾɨ {muzzicari}  3 
Catanian Sicilian: mucː-ik-ˈa-ɾi {muzzicari}  3 
South-Eastern Sicilian: mucː-ik-ˈa-ɾi {muzzicari}  3 
Central Catalan: mus-ǝɣ-ˈa {mossegar}  3 
North-Western Catalan: mos-eɣ-ˈa {mossegar}  3 
Minorcan Catalan: mus-ǝɣ-ˈa {mossegar}  3 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: mos-eɣ-ˈa-ɾ {mossegar}  3 
Valencia Catalan: mos-eɣ-ˈa-ɾ {mossegar}  3 
Manises Catalan: mos-eɣ-ˈa-ɾ {mossegar}  3 
Castilian Spanish: moɾð-ˈe-ɾ {morder}  1 
Asturian: moɾd-ˈe-ɾ {morder}  1 
Standard Portuguese: muɾð-ˈe-ɾ {morder}  1 
Galician: moɾð-ˈe-ɾ {morder}  1 
Provençal Occitan: mˈɔɾd-ɾe {mordre}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: mˈöːrd-re {meûrdre}  1 
Old French: mˈɔrd-rǝ {mordre}  1 
Standard French: mɔʁd-ʁ {mordre}  1 
Picard: mɔʁd {morde}  1 
Walloon: aɲ-e {hagner} ~ {agner}  -1 
Number: 8
Word: black
Archaic Latin: ˈaːtɛr {ater}  1 
Late Classical Latin: ˈaːtɛr {ater}  1 
Megleno Romanian: nˈegr-u {négru}  2 
Istro Romanian: nˈegr-u {négru}  2 
Aromanian: lˈay-ŭ {laĭŭ}  3 
Romanian: nˈegr-u {negru}  2 
Dalmatian: nyar {niár}  -1 
Friulian: nˈer-i {neri}  2 
Gardenese Ladin: fošk {fosch}  4 
Fassano Ladin: nˈeyger {nẹigher}  2 
Rumantsch Grischun: nayr {nair}  2 
Sursilvan Romansh: ner {ner}  2 
Surmiran Romansh: nˈeǝr {near}  2 
Vallader Romansh: nayr {nair}  2 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: nɛyr {neir}  2 
Barbania Piemontese: nɛyr {nèir}  2 
Carmagnola Piemontese: nɛyr {nèir}  2 
Turinese Piemontese: nɛyr {neir}  2 
Vercellese Piemontese: nˈeːr-u  2 
Bergamo Lombard: nˈigɛr {nìghèr}  2 
Plesio Lombard: nˈegr-u {negru}  2 
Ravennate Romagnol: nˈigar {nìgar}  2 
Ferrarese Emiliano: nˈɛgar {nègar}  2 
Carpigiano Emiliano: nˈeger {negher}  2 
Reggiano Emiliano: nˈiːger {nîgher}  2 
Rapallo Ligurian: nˈeygr-u  2 
Genoese Ligurian: nˈeːygr-u {nêigró}  2 
Stella Ligurian: nˈɛːygr-u {nèigru}  2 
Venice Venetian: nˈer-o {néro}  2 
Primiero Venetian: nˈegr-o {negro}  2 
Bellunese Venetian: nˈer-o {nero}  2 
Old Italian: nˈer-o {nero}  2 
Standard Italian: nˈer-o {nero}  2 
Grosseto Italian: nˈer-o {nero}  2 
Foligno Italian: nˈir-u {niru}  2 
Neapolitan: nˈir-ǝ {niro}  2 
Logudorese: nigˈeɖː-u {nighèddu} ~ nyˈeɖː-u {nièddu}  2 
Campidanese: nˈyedː-u {nieddu}  2 
Palermitan Sicilian: nˈivuɾ-u {nivuru}  2 
Messinese Sicilian: nˈiuɾ-u {niuru}  2 
Catanian Sicilian: nˈiuɾ-u {niuru}  2 
South-Eastern Sicilian: nˈiviɾ-u {niviru}  2 
Central Catalan: nˈɛɣɾ-ǝ {negre}  2 
North-Western Catalan: nˈeɣɾ-e {negre}  2 
Minorcan Catalan: nˈɛɣɾ-ǝ {negre}  2 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: nˈeɣɾ-e {negre}  2 
Valencia Catalan: nˈeɣɾ-e {negre}  2 
Manises Catalan: nˈeɣɾ-e {negre}  2 
Castilian Spanish: nˈeɣɾ-o {negro}  2 
Asturian: nˈegɾ-o {negro}  2 
Standard Portuguese: pɾˈet-u {preto}  5 
Galician: nˈeɣɾ-o {negro}  2 
Provençal Occitan: nˈegɾ-e {negre}  2 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: nay {nai}  2 
Old French: noyr {noir}  2 
Standard French: nwaʁ {noir}  2 
Picard: nweʁ {nouér}  2 
Walloon: nwaːʀ {nwâr}  2 
Number: 9
Word: blood
Archaic Latin: sˈaŋgʷiː-s {sanguis}  1 
Late Classical Latin: sˈaŋgʷiː-s {sanguis}  1 
Megleno Romanian: sˈɔnz-i {sǫnzi}  1 
Istro Romanian: sˈǝnz-e {sấnze}  1 
Aromanian: sˈɨnʒ-e {sîndze}  1 
Romanian: sˈɨnǯ-e {sânge}  1 
Dalmatian: swoŋg {su͡ọṅg}  1 
Friulian: saŋk {sanc}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: saŋk {sanch}  1 
Fassano Ladin: saŋk {sanch}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: saŋk {sang}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: sawŋk {saung}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: saŋk {sanc}  1 
Vallader Romansh: saŋk {sang}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: saŋg {sangh}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: saŋg {sang}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: saŋg {sangh}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: saŋg {sangh}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: saŋ  1 
Bergamo Lombard: saŋk {sanch}  1 
Plesio Lombard: saŋk {sangh}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: sãŋgv {sângv}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: saŋg {sang}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: sˈaŋgev {sanghev}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: sˈaːŋgov {sângov} ~ sˈaːŋgev {sanghev}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: sˈaŋgw-e  1 
Genoese Ligurian: sˈaŋgw-e {sangue}  1 
Stella Ligurian: sˈaːŋgw-e {sângue}  1 
Venice Venetian: sˈaŋgw-e {sàngue}  1 
Primiero Venetian: sˈaŋgw-e {sàngue}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: sˈaŋgw-e {sangue}  1 
Old Italian: sˈaŋgw-e {sangue}  1 
Standard Italian: sˈaŋgw-e {sangue}  1 
Grosseto Italian: sˈaŋgw-e {sangue}  1 
Foligno Italian: sˈaŋgw-e {sangue}  1 
Neapolitan: sˈaŋg-ǝ {sanghe}  1 
Logudorese: sˈamben-e {sàmbene}  1 
Campidanese: sˈaŋgun-i {sanguni}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: sˈaŋg-u {sangu}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: sˈaŋg-u {sangu}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: sˈaŋg-u {sangu}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: sˈaŋk-u {sancu}  1 
Central Catalan: saŋ {sang}  1 
North-Western Catalan: saŋ {sang}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: saŋk {sang}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: saŋk {sang}  1 
Valencia Catalan: saŋk {sang}  1 
Manises Catalan: saŋk {sang}  1 
Castilian Spanish: sˈaŋgɾ-e {sangre}  1 
Asturian: sˈaŋgɾ-e {sangre}  1 
Standard Portuguese: sˈɐ̃ŋg-ǝ {sangue}  1 
Galician: sˈaŋg-e {sangue}  1 
Provençal Occitan: saŋk {sang}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: sã {san}  1 
Old French: sãŋk {sanc}  1 
Standard French: sɑ̃ {sang}  1 
Picard: sɑ̃ {sang}  1 
Walloon: sã {sang}  1 
Number: 10
Word: bone
Archaic Latin: ɔs {os}  1 
Late Classical Latin: ɔs {os}  1 
Megleno Romanian: wos {u̯os}  1 
Istro Romanian: os {os}  1 
Aromanian: ˈos-ŭ {os}  1 
Romanian: os {os}  1 
Dalmatian: vwas {vuass}  1 
Friulian: vwɛs {vues}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: ɔs {os}  1 
Fassano Ladin: ɔs {os}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: ɔs {oss}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: yes {ies}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: ɔs {oss}  1 
Vallader Romansh: ɔs {oss} ~ ös {öss}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: ɔs {òss}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: ɔs {òss}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: ɔs {òss}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: ɔs {oss}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: ɔːs  1 
Bergamo Lombard: ɔs {òs}  1 
Plesio Lombard: ɔsː {oss}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: ɔs {òs̟}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: ɔs {òss}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: ɔːs {ôs}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: ɔːs {ôs}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: ˈɔsː-u  1 
Genoese Ligurian: ˈösː-u {össǒ}  1 
Stella Ligurian: ˈosː-u {ossu}  1 
Venice Venetian: ˈɔs-o {òsso}  1 
Primiero Venetian: ɔs {òs}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: ɔs {os}  1 
Old Italian: ˈɔsː-o {osso}  1 
Standard Italian: ˈɔsː-o {osso}  1 
Grosseto Italian: ˈɔsː-o {osso}  1 
Foligno Italian: ˈosː-u {ossu}  1 
Neapolitan: ˈwosː-ǝ {uosso}  1 
Logudorese: ˈosː-u {ossu}  1 
Campidanese: ˈosː-u {ossu}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: ˈwɔsː-u {uossu}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: ˈɔsː-u {ossu}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: ˈɔsː-u {ossu}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: ˈwɔsː-u {uossu}  1 
Central Catalan: ɔs {os}  1 
North-Western Catalan: ɔs {os}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: ɔs {os}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: ɔs {os}  1 
Valencia Catalan: ɔs {os}  1 
Manises Catalan: ɔs {os}  1 
Castilian Spanish: ˈwes-o {hueso}  1 
Asturian: gˈwes-o {güeso}  1 
Standard Portuguese: ˈos-u {osso}  1 
Galician: ˈɔs-o {óso}  1 
Provençal Occitan: ɔs {os}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: ɔ {o}  1 
Old French: ɔs {os}  1 
Standard French: ɔs {os}  1 
Picard: ɔš {oche}  1 
Walloon: ɔš {och} ~ ɔš-eː {ochê}  1 
Number: 11
Word: breast
Archaic Latin: pˈɛktʊs {pectus}  1 
Late Classical Latin: pˈɛktʊs {pectus}  1 
Megleno Romanian: ȶept {chi̯épt}  1 
Istro Romanian: kʎept {cľept}  1 
Aromanian: ȶˈept-u {képtu}  1 
Romanian: pyept {piept}  1 
Dalmatian: pyat {pi̯at}  1 
Friulian: pɛt {pet}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: pyet {piet}  1 
Fassano Ladin: pyet {piẹt}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: pɛc {pèz}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: pɛc {pèz}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: pɛc {pèz}  1 
Vallader Romansh: pet {pet}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: pɛt {pèt}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: pɛt {pèt}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: stˈɔmi {stòmi}  3 
Turinese Piemontese: pɛt {pèt}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: stˈɔːmik  3 
Bergamo Lombard: stomˈɛk {stomèch}  3 
Plesio Lombard: štˈumɛk {stumegh}  3 
Ravennate Romagnol: pɛǝ̯t {pët}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: pɛt {pètt}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: pɛːt {pêt}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: stˈɔmeg {stòmegh}  3 
Rapallo Ligurian: kašˈetː-a  4 
Genoese Ligurian: pˈetː-u {péttǒ}  1 
Stella Ligurian: pˈät-u {pætu}  1 
Venice Venetian: pˈet-o {péto} ~ pˈɛt-o {pèto}  1 
Primiero Venetian: tˈet-e {tete}  5 
Bellunese Venetian: pɛt {pet}  1 
Old Italian: pˈɛtː-o {petto}  1 
Standard Italian: pˈɛtː-o {petto}  1 
Grosseto Italian: pˈɛtː-o {petto}  1 
Foligno Italian: pˈetː-u {pettu}  1 
Neapolitan: pˈyetː-ǝ {pietto}  1 
Logudorese: petːˈorː-a {pettorra}  1 
Campidanese: pitːˈur-a {pitturra}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: pˈyɛtː-u {piettu}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: pˈɛtː-u {pettu}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: pˈɛtː-u {pettu}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: pˈyɛtː-u {piettu}  1 
Central Catalan: pit {pit}  1 
North-Western Catalan: pit {pit}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: pit {pit}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: pit {pit}  1 
Valencia Catalan: pit {pit}  1 
Manises Catalan: pit {pit}  1 
Castilian Spanish: pˈeč-o {pecho}  1 
Asturian: pˈeč-o {pecho}  1 
Standard Portuguese: pˈɐyt-u {peito}  1 
Galician: pˈeyt-o {peito}  1 
Provençal Occitan: peytɾ-ˈin-o {peitrino} ~ pˈitɾ-e {pitre} ~ pyεs {pies} ~ pyes {piés}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: ɛstˈɔma {èstoma}  -1 
Old French: pic {piz}  1 
Standard French: pwatʁ-in {poitrine}  1 
Picard: pwetʁ-ɛ̃n {pouétrinne}  1 
Walloon: pwatʀ-in {pwatrine}  1 
Number: 11
Word: breast
Archaic Latin:
Late Classical Latin:
Megleno Romanian: sin {sin}  2 
Istro Romanian:
Aromanian:
Romanian:
Dalmatian: syaŋ {si̯áṅ}  2 
Friulian:
Gardenese Ladin:
Fassano Ladin:
Rumantsch Grischun:
Sursilvan Romansh:
Surmiran Romansh:
Vallader Romansh:
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese:
Barbania Piemontese:
Carmagnola Piemontese:
Turinese Piemontese:
Vercellese Piemontese:
Bergamo Lombard:
Plesio Lombard:
Ravennate Romagnol:
Ferrarese Emiliano:
Carpigiano Emiliano:
Reggiano Emiliano:
Rapallo Ligurian:
Genoese Ligurian:
Stella Ligurian:
Venice Venetian:
Primiero Venetian:
Bellunese Venetian:
Old Italian:
Standard Italian:
Grosseto Italian:
Foligno Italian:
Neapolitan:
Logudorese:
Campidanese:
Palermitan Sicilian:
Messinese Sicilian:
Catanian Sicilian:
South-Eastern Sicilian:
Central Catalan:
North-Western Catalan:
Minorcan Catalan:
Castelló de la Plana Catalan:
Valencia Catalan:
Manises Catalan:
Castilian Spanish:
Asturian:
Standard Portuguese:
Galician:
Provençal Occitan:
Savoyard Franco-Provençal:
Old French:
Standard French:
Picard:
Walloon:
Number: 12
Word: burn tr.
Archaic Latin: ˈuːr-ɛ-rɛ {urere}  1 
Late Classical Latin: ˈuːr-ɛ-rɛ {urere}  1 
Megleno Romanian: art {ard}  2 
Istro Romanian: pal-ˈi {palí}  -1 
Aromanian: ˈard-u {árdu}  2 
Romanian: a=ˈard-e {a arde}  2 
Dalmatian:
Friulian: brus-ˈaː {brusâ}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: bruž-ˈɛ {brujé}  1 
Fassano Ladin: bruž-ˈɛ-r {brujèr}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: ˈard-ǝ-r {arder}  2 
Sursilvan Romansh: bǝrš-ˈa-r {barschar}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: ˈard-ǝ-r {arder}  2 
Vallader Romansh: ˈard-ǝ-r {arder}  2 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: brüz-ˈe {brusé}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: brüz-ˈe {brusé}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: brüz-ˈe {brusé}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: brüz-ˈe {brusé}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: brüz-ˈɛ  1 
Bergamo Lombard: brüc-ˈa {brüzà}  1 
Plesio Lombard: brüz-ˈa {brüsà}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: bruz-ˈeǝ̯ {bruşêr}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: bruz-ˈa-r {brusàr}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: bruz-ˈɛː-r {bruśèr}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: bruz-ˈe-r {brušér}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: brüž-ˈa  1 
Genoese Ligurian: brüž-ˈaː {brüxâ}  1 
Stella Ligurian: brüːž-ˈä {bruüxæ'}  1 
Venice Venetian: bruz-ˈa-r {brusàr}  1 
Primiero Venetian: bruz-ˈa-r {bruxar}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: bruz-ˈa-r {brusar}  1 
Old Italian: bruš-ˈa-re {brusciare} ~ a=bːruš-ˈa-re {abbrusciare}  1 
Standard Italian: bruč-ˈa-re {bruciare}  1 
Grosseto Italian: bruč-ˈa-re {bruciare}  1 
Foligno Italian: vruč-ˈa {vrucià}  1 
Neapolitan: a=bːrušː-ˈa {abbruscià}  1 
Logudorese: brusy-ˈa-re {brusiare}  1 
Campidanese: a=bruž-ˈay {abruxai}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: a=bːruč-ˈa-ɾi {abbruciari}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: bamp-ˈa-ɾɨ {bampari}  3 
Catanian Sicilian: bruč-ˈa-ɾi {bruciari}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: a=bːruš-ˈa-ɾi {abbrusciari}  1 
Central Catalan: kɾǝm-ˈa {cremar}  4 
North-Western Catalan: kɾem-ˈa {cremar}  4 
Minorcan Catalan: kɾǝm-ˈa {cremar}  4 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: kɾem-ˈa-ɾ {cremar}  4 
Valencia Catalan: kɾem-ˈa-ɾ {cremar}  4 
Manises Catalan: kɾem-ˈa-ɾ {cremar}  4 
Castilian Spanish: kem-ˈa-ɾ {quemar}  4 
Asturian: kem-ˈa-ɾ {quemar}  4 
Standard Portuguese: kɐym-ˈa-ɾ {queimar}  4 
Galician: keym-ˈa-ɾ {queimar}  4 
Provençal Occitan: brül-ˈa {brula}  -1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: brüːl-ˈaː {brûlâ}  -1 
Old French: ˈard-rǝ {ardre}  2 
Standard French: bʁül-e {brûler}  1 
Picard: bʁül-e {bruler}  1 
Walloon: bʀüːl-e {brûler}  1 
Number: 12
Word: burn tr.
Archaic Latin:
Late Classical Latin:
Megleno Romanian:
Istro Romanian:
Aromanian:
Romanian:
Dalmatian:
Friulian:
Gardenese Ladin:
Fassano Ladin:
Rumantsch Grischun:
Sursilvan Romansh:
Surmiran Romansh:
Vallader Romansh:
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese:
Barbania Piemontese:
Carmagnola Piemontese:
Turinese Piemontese:
Vercellese Piemontese:
Bergamo Lombard:
Plesio Lombard:
Ravennate Romagnol:
Ferrarese Emiliano:
Carpigiano Emiliano:
Reggiano Emiliano:
Rapallo Ligurian:
Genoese Ligurian:
Stella Ligurian:
Venice Venetian:
Primiero Venetian:
Bellunese Venetian:
Old Italian:
Standard Italian:
Grosseto Italian:
Foligno Italian:
Neapolitan:
Logudorese:
Campidanese:
Palermitan Sicilian:
Messinese Sicilian:
Catanian Sicilian:
South-Eastern Sicilian:
Central Catalan:
North-Western Catalan:
Minorcan Catalan:
Castelló de la Plana Catalan:
Valencia Catalan:
Manises Catalan:
Castilian Spanish:
Asturian:
Standard Portuguese:
Galician:
Provençal Occitan: kɾem-ˈa {crema}  4 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: kraːm-ˈaː {krâmâ}  4 
Old French:
Standard French:
Picard:
Walloon:
Number: 13
Word: claw(nail)
Archaic Latin: ˈʊŋgʷ-ɪs  1 
Late Classical Latin: ˈʊŋgʷ-ɪs {unguis}  1 
Megleno Romanian: ˈungʎ-ǝ {úngľă}  1 
Istro Romanian: ˈuŋgʎ-e {úngľe}  1 
Aromanian: ˈungʎ-e {úngľe}  1 
Romanian: ˈuŋgy-e {unghie}  1 
Dalmatian: ˈoŋgl-a {oṅgla}  1 
Friulian: oŋgul-ˈe {ongule}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: ˈondl-a {ondla}  1 
Fassano Ladin: ˈomby-a {ọmbia}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: ˈuŋgl-ǝ  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: ˈuŋgl-ǝ  1 
Surmiran Romansh: ˈuŋgl-ǝ  1 
Vallader Romansh: ˈuŋgl-ǝ  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: ˈuŋǯ-a {ongia}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: ˈuŋǯ-a {ongia}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: ˈuŋǯ-a {ongia}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: ˈuŋǯ-a {ongia}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: ˈoːŋǯ-a  1 
Bergamo Lombard: ˈonǯ-a {óngia}  1 
Plesio Lombard: ˈunǯ-a {ungia}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: ˈonǯ-a {óngia}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: ˈɔnǯ-a {òngia}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: ˈuŋǯ-a {ùngia}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: ˈonǯ-a {óngia}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: ˈuŋǯ-a  1 
Genoese Ligurian: ˈuŋǯ-a {ungia}  1 
Stella Ligurian: ˈuŋǯ-a {ungia}  1 
Venice Venetian: ˈoŋǯ-a {óngia}  1 
Primiero Venetian: ˈoŋǯ-a {ongia}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: ˈoŋǯ-a {ongia}  1 
Old Italian: ˈuŋgy-a {unghia}  1 
Standard Italian: ˈuŋgy-a {unghia}  1 
Grosseto Italian: ˈuŋgy-a {unghia}  1 
Foligno Italian: ˈoɲː-a {ogna}  1 
Neapolitan: ˈoɲː-ǝ ~ ˈɔɲː-ǝ {ogna}  1 
Logudorese: ˈuŋgr-a {ungra}  1 
Campidanese: ˈuŋg-a {unga}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: ˈuɲː-a {ugna}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: ˈuɲː-a {ugna}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: ˈuɲː-a {ugna}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: ˈuɲː-a {ugna}  1 
Central Catalan: ˈuŋgɫ-ǝ {ungla}  1 
North-Western Catalan: ˈuŋgɫ-ɛ {ungla}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: ˈuŋgɫ-ǝ {ungla}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: ˈuŋgɫ-a {ungla}  1 
Valencia Catalan: ˈuŋgɫ-a {ungla}  1 
Manises Catalan: ˈuŋgɫ-a {ungla}  1 
Castilian Spanish: ˈuɲ-a {uña}  1 
Asturian: ˈuɲ-a {uña}  1 
Standard Portuguese: ˈuɲ-ɐ {unha}  1 
Galician: ˈunʎ-a {unlla}  1 
Provençal Occitan: ˈuŋgl-o {ounglo}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: ˈɔ̃gʎ-a {onglya}  1 
Old French: õŋgl-ǝ {ongle}  1 
Standard French: ɔ̃gl {ongle}  1 
Picard: ɔ̃g {ongue}  1 
Walloon: ɔ̃k {ongue}  1 
Number: 13
Word: claw(nail)
Archaic Latin:
Late Classical Latin:
Megleno Romanian:
Istro Romanian:
Aromanian:
Romanian:
Dalmatian:
Friulian:
Gardenese Ladin:
Fassano Ladin:
Rumantsch Grischun:
Sursilvan Romansh:
Surmiran Romansh:
Vallader Romansh:
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese:
Barbania Piemontese:
Carmagnola Piemontese:
Turinese Piemontese:
Vercellese Piemontese:
Bergamo Lombard:
Plesio Lombard:
Ravennate Romagnol:
Ferrarese Emiliano:
Carpigiano Emiliano:
Reggiano Emiliano:
Rapallo Ligurian:
Genoese Ligurian:
Stella Ligurian:
Venice Venetian:
Primiero Venetian:
Bellunese Venetian:
Old Italian:
Standard Italian:
Grosseto Italian:
Foligno Italian: rˈunč-u {runciu}  2 
Neapolitan:
Logudorese:
Campidanese:
Palermitan Sicilian:
Messinese Sicilian:
Catanian Sicilian:
South-Eastern Sicilian:
Central Catalan:
North-Western Catalan:
Minorcan Catalan:
Castelló de la Plana Catalan:
Valencia Catalan:
Manises Catalan:
Castilian Spanish:
Asturian:
Standard Portuguese:
Galician:
Provençal Occitan:
Savoyard Franco-Provençal:
Old French:
Standard French:
Picard:
Walloon:
Number: 14
Word: cloud
Archaic Latin: nˈuːb-ɪs {nubis}  1 
Late Classical Latin: nˈuːb-eːs {nubes} ~ nuːb-ˈiːɫ-ũ {nubilum}  1 
Megleno Romanian: nor {nor}  1 
Istro Romanian: oblˈɒk {oblåc}  -1 
Aromanian: niˈor-ŭ {niór}  1 
Romanian: nor {nor}  1 
Dalmatian: nˈuvol {núvol}  1 
Friulian: nuːl {nûl}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: nˈibl-a {nibla}  1 
Fassano Ladin: nˈigol-a {nìgola}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: nˈivǝl {nivel}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: nˈibǝl {nibel}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: nˈɛyvǝl {neivel}  1 
Vallader Romansh: nˈüvl-ǝ {nüvla}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: nˈivul-a {nìvola}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: nˈivul-a {nìvola}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: nˈivul-a {nìvola}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: nˈuvul-a {nuvola}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: nˈiːwl-a  1 
Bergamo Lombard: nˈiol {nìol}  1 
Plesio Lombard: nˈigul-a {nigula}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: nˈuvl-a {nùvla}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: nˈuval {nùval}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: nˈuvl-a {nùvla}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: nˈovl-a {nóvla}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: nˈüvːu-a  1 
Genoese Ligurian: nˈüvi-a {nüvia}  1 
Stella Ligurian: nˈiːgɥ-a {nìgüa}  1 
Venice Venetian: nˈuvoe̯-a {nuvoɫa}  1 
Primiero Venetian: nˈuvol-a {nùvola}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: nˈuvol-a {nuvola}  1 
Old Italian: nˈub-e {nube} ~ nˈuvol-a {nuvola}  1 
Standard Italian: nˈuvol-a {nuvola}  1 
Grosseto Italian: nˈuvol-a {nuvola}  1 
Foligno Italian: nˈuol-a {nuola}  1 
Neapolitan: nˈuvǝl-ǝ {nuvula}  1 
Logudorese: nˈu-e {nùe}  1 
Campidanese: nuy {nui}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: nˈuvul-a {nuvula}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: nˈuvul-a {nuvula}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: nˈuvul-a {nuvula}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: nˈuvul-a {nuvula}  1 
Central Catalan: nˈuβuɫ {núvol}  1 
North-Western Catalan: nˈuβoɫ {núvol}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: nivuɫ-ˈat {nivolat}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: nˈuvoɫ {núvol}  1 
Valencia Catalan: nˈuβoɫ {núvol}  1 
Manises Catalan: nˈuβoɫ {núvol}  1 
Castilian Spanish: nˈuβ-e {nube}  1 
Asturian: nˈub-e {nube}  1 
Standard Portuguese: nˈuvɐ̃ỹ {nuvem}  1 
Galician: nˈuβ-e {nube}  1 
Provençal Occitan: nˈiv-e {nive} ~ nˈiv-o {nivo} ~ nyew {niéu}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: ɲˈol-a {nyôla}  1 
Old French: nˈü-ǝ {nüe}  1 
Standard French: nɥaž {nuage}  1 
Picard: nɥaž {nuage}  1 
Walloon: nuw-ač {nouwadje}  1 
Number: 15
Word: cold
Archaic Latin: frˈiːgɪd-ʊs {frigidus}  1 
Late Classical Latin: frˈiːg-ɪd-ʊs {frigidus}  1 
Megleno Romanian: rˈac-i {rátsi}  2 
Istro Romanian: rˈɒč-e {råče}  2 
Aromanian: arˈac-e {aráţe}  2 
Romanian: rˈeč-e {rece}  2 
Dalmatian: gelˈwat {gheluat}  3 
Friulian: freːt {frêt}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: frǝyt {frëit}  1 
Fassano Ladin: freyt {frẹit}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: frayt {fraid}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: frɛyt {freid}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: frɛyt {freid}  1 
Vallader Romansh: frayt {fraid}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: frɛyd {frèid}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: frɛyd {frèid}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: frɛyd {frèid}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: freyd {freid}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: fröč  1 
Bergamo Lombard: frɛč {frèc} ~ frɛt {frèt}  1 
Plesio Lombard: frečː {fregg}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: ǯac-ˈeǝ̯ {giaz̟ê}  4 
Ferrarese Emiliano: fred {frédd}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: frɛd {frèd}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: frɛd {frèdd}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: frˈeyd-u  1 
Genoese Ligurian: frˈeyd-u {freidǒ}  1 
Stella Ligurian: frˈeǯː-u {fréggiu}  1 
Venice Venetian: frˈed-o {frédo}  1 
Primiero Venetian: fret {fret}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: fret {fret}  1 
Old Italian: frˈedː-o {freddo}  1 
Standard Italian: frˈedː-o {freddo}  1 
Grosseto Italian: dˈyačː-o {diaccio}  4 
Foligno Italian: frˈidː-u {friddu}  1 
Neapolitan: frˈidː-ǝ {friddo}  1 
Logudorese: frˈitː-u {frittu}  1 
Campidanese: frˈið-u {fridu} ~ frˈi-u {friu}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: fɾˈidː-u {friddu}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: fɾˈidː-u {friddu}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: fɾˈidː-u {friddu}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: fɾˈidː-u {friddu}  1 
Central Catalan: fɾɛt {fred}  1 
North-Western Catalan: fɾet {fred}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: fɾɛt {fred}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: fɾet {fred}  1 
Valencia Catalan: fɾet {fred}  1 
Manises Catalan: fɾet {fred}  1 
Castilian Spanish: fɾˈi-o {frío}  1 
Asturian: fɾˈi-o {frío}  1 
Standard Portuguese: fɾˈi-u {frio}  1 
Galician: fɾˈi-o {frío}  1 
Provençal Occitan: fɾe {fre}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: fray {frai}  1 
Old French: froyt {froit}  1 
Standard French: fʁwa {froid}  1 
Picard: fʁwe {froéd}  1 
Walloon: fʀɛ {frèd}  1 
Number: 16
Word: come
Archaic Latin: wɛn-ˈiː-rɛ {venire}  1 
Late Classical Latin: vɛn-ˈiː-rɛ {venire}  1 
Megleno Romanian: vin {vin}  1 
Istro Romanian: ver-ˈi {verí}  1 
Aromanian: ʑˈin-ŭ {ɣin}  1 
Romanian: a=ven-ˈi {a veni}  1 
Dalmatian: ven-ˈa-r {venár}  1 
Friulian: viɲ-ˈiː {vignî}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: un-ˈi {unì}  1 
Fassano Ladin: veɲ-ˈi-r {vegnịr}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: vǝɲ-ˈi-r {vegnir}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: vǝɲ-ˈi-r {vegnir}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: n-ɛk-r {neir}  1 
Vallader Romansh: ɲ-i-r {gnir}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: vn-i {vnì}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: vn-i {vnì}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: vn-i {vnì}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: vˈeŋ-e {ven-e}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: ɲ-iː  1 
Bergamo Lombard: ɛɲ {ègn}  1 
Plesio Lombard: veɲ-ˈi {vegnì}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: vn-i {vnìr} ~ a=vn-ˈi {avnìr}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: ɲ-i-r {gnir}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: ɲ-iː-r {gnìr}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: ɲ-iː-r {gnîr}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: veɲ-ˈi  1 
Genoese Ligurian: veɲ-ˈiː {vegnî}  1 
Stella Ligurian: veːɲ-ˈi {vêgnì}  1 
Venice Venetian: ven-ˈi-r {venìr}  1 
Primiero Venetian: vˈɛɲ-e-r {vègner}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: veny-ˈa-r {veniar}  1 
Old Italian: ven-ˈi-re {venire}  1 
Standard Italian: ven-ˈi-re {venire}  1 
Grosseto Italian: ven-ˈi-re {venire}  1 
Foligno Italian: vin-ˈi {vinì}  1 
Neapolitan: vǝn-ˈi {venì}  1 
Logudorese: bˈenː-e-re {bènnere}  1 
Campidanese: bɛnː-ˈi {benni}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: vˈyɛn-i-ɾi {vieniri}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: vˈɛn-ɨ-ɾɨ {veniri}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: vˈɛn-i-ɾi {veniri}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: vˈɛn-i-ɾi {veniri}  1 
Central Catalan: bǝn-ˈi {venir}  1 
North-Western Catalan: bˈind-ɾe {vindre}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: vǝn-ˈi {venir}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: vˈind-ɾe {vindre}  1 
Valencia Catalan: bˈind-ɾe {vindre}  1 
Manises Catalan: bˈind-ɾe {vindre}  1 
Castilian Spanish: ben-ˈi-ɾ {venir}  1 
Asturian: ben-ˈi-ɾ {venir}  1 
Standard Portuguese: v-i-ɾ {vir}  1 
Galician: b-i-ɾ {vir}  1 
Provençal Occitan: ven-ˈi {veni}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: mɲ-i {mnyi}  1 
Old French: vǝn-ˈi-r {venir}  1 
Standard French: vǝn-i-ʁ {venir}  1 
Picard: vn-i-ʁ {v'nir}  1 
Walloon: vün-ü {vunu} ~ vn-ü {vnu}  1 
Number: 17
Word: die
Archaic Latin: mˈɔr-iː {mori}  1 
Late Classical Latin: mˈɔr-iː {mori}  1 
Megleno Romanian: mor {mor}  1 
Istro Romanian: mur-ˈi {murí}  1 
Aromanian: mˈor-ŭ {mor}  1 
Romanian: a=mur-ˈi {a muri}  1 
Dalmatian: mor-ˈa-r {morár}  1 
Friulian: mur-ˈiː {murî}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: mur-ˈi {murì}  1 
Fassano Ladin: mor-ˈi-r {morịr}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: mur-ˈi-r {murir}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: mur-ˈi-r {murir}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: mur-ˈɛk-r {mureir}  1 
Vallader Romansh: mur-ˈi-r {murir}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: mˈöyr-e {meuire}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: mˈöyr-e {meuire}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: mˈöyr-e {meuire}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: mˈöyr-e {meuire}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: mˈör-i  1 
Bergamo Lombard: mör {mör}  1 
Plesio Lombard: mur-ˈi {murì}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: mur-ˈi {murir}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: mur-ˈi-r {murìr}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: mur-ˈiː-r {murìr}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: mur-ˈiː-r {murîr}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: mu-ˈi  1 
Genoese Ligurian: mu-ˈiː {muî}  1 
Stella Ligurian: mi-ˈi {miì}  1 
Venice Venetian: mor-ˈi-r {morìr}  1 
Primiero Venetian: mor-ˈi-r {morir}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: mor-ˈi-r {morir}  1 
Old Italian: mor-ˈi-re {morire}  1 
Standard Italian: mor-ˈi-re {morire}  1 
Grosseto Italian: mor-ˈi-re {morire}  1 
Foligno Italian: mur-ˈi {murì}  1 
Neapolitan: mur-ˈi {murì}  1 
Logudorese: mˈorː-e-re {mòrrere}  1 
Campidanese: mɔrː-ˈi {morri}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: mˈwɔɾ-i-ɾi {muoriri}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: mˈɔɾ-ɨ-ɾɨ {moriri}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: mˈɔɾ-i-ɾi {moriri}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: mˈɔʐ-i {morri}  1 
Central Catalan: muɾ-ˈi {morir}  1 
North-Western Catalan: moɾ-ˈi {morir}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: muɾ-ˈi {morir}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: moɾ-ˈi-ɾ {morir}  1 
Valencia Catalan: moɾ-ˈi-ɾ {morir}  1 
Manises Catalan: moɾ-ˈi-ɾ {morir}  1 
Castilian Spanish: moɾ-ˈi-ɾ {morir}  1 
Asturian: mor-ˈe-ɾ {morrer}  1 
Standard Portuguese: muʁ-ˈe-ɾ {morrer}  1 
Galician: mor-ˈe-ɾ {morrer}  1 
Provençal Occitan: muɾ-ˈi {mouri}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: mor-ˈi {mori}  1 
Old French: mor-ˈi-r {morir}  1 
Standard French: muʁ-i-ʁ {mourir}  1 
Picard: mweʁ-i-ʁ {mouérir}  1 
Walloon: mɔʀ-ü {moru}  1 
Number: 18
Word: dog
Archaic Latin: kˈan-ɪs {canis}  1 
Late Classical Latin: kˈan-ɪs {canis}  1 
Megleno Romanian: kˈɔyn-i {cǫi̯ni}  1 
Istro Romanian: brek {brec}  -1 
Aromanian: kˈɨn-e {cîne}  1 
Romanian: kˈɨyn-e {câine}  1 
Dalmatian: kwoŋ {ku͡ọṅ}  1 
Friulian: ȶaŋ {cjan}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: ɕaŋ {cian}  1 
Fassano Ladin: ɕaŋ {ciạn}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: ɕawn {chaun}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: ɕawn {tgaun}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: ȶaŋ {tgang}  1 
Vallader Romansh: ɕan {chan}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: kaŋ {can}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: kaŋ {can}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: kaŋ {can}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: kaŋ {can}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: kaŋ  1 
Bergamo Lombard: ka {cà}  1 
Plesio Lombard: kaŋ {can}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: kãn {cân}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: kan {can}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: kaŋ {càṅ}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: kaːn {cân}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: kaŋ  1 
Genoese Ligurian: kaŋ {can}  1 
Stella Ligurian: kaŋ {cà-n}  1 
Venice Venetian: kaŋ {can}  1 
Primiero Venetian: kaŋ {can}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: kaŋ {can}  1 
Old Italian: kˈan-e {cane}  1 
Standard Italian: kˈan-e {cane}  1 
Grosseto Italian: kˈan-e {cane}  1 
Foligno Italian: kˈan-e {cane}  1 
Neapolitan: kˈan-ǝ {cane}  1 
Logudorese: kˈan-e {cane}  1 
Campidanese: kˈa-i {cani}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: kˈan-i {cani}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: kˈan-ɨ {cani}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: kˈan-i {cani}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: kˈan-i {cani}  1 
Central Catalan: gos {gos}  2 
North-Western Catalan: gos {gos}  2 
Minorcan Catalan: ka {ca}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: gos {gos}  2 
Valencia Catalan: gos {gos}  2 
Manises Catalan: gos {gos}  2 
Castilian Spanish: pˈer-o {perro}  3 
Asturian: pˈer-o {perro}  3 
Standard Portuguese: kɐ̃w̃ {cão}  1 
Galician: kaŋ {can}  1 
Provençal Occitan: čiŋ {chin}  -1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: θɛ̃ {shin}  1 
Old French: čyẽn {chien}  1 
Standard French: šyɛ̃ {chien}  1 
Picard: kyɛ̃ {kien}  1 
Walloon: čɛ̃ {tchin}  1 
Number: 19
Word: drink
Archaic Latin: bˈɪb-ɛ-rɛ {bibere}  1 
Late Classical Latin: bˈɪb-ɛ-rɛ {bibere}  1 
Megleno Romanian: be̯a-w {beáu̯}  1 
Istro Romanian: bä {bę}  1 
Aromanian: be̯a-w {beáŭ}  1 
Romanian: a=bˈe̯a {a bea}  1 
Dalmatian: b-a-r {bar}  1 
Friulian: bˈɛv-i {bevi}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: bˈev-ǝ-r {bever}  1 
Fassano Ladin: bˈeyv-e-r {bẹiver}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: bˈayv-ǝ-r {baiver}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: bˈɛyb-ǝ-r {beiber}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: bˈev-ǝ-r {bever}  1 
Vallader Romansh: bˈayv-ǝ-r {baiver}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: bˈɛyv-e {bèive}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: bˈɛyv-e {bèive}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: bˈɛyv-e {bèive}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: bˈeyv-e {beive}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: bˈe:v-i  1 
Bergamo Lombard: bif {bif}  1 
Plesio Lombard: beːf {bev}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: beː {bēr}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: bˈɛ-a-r {bèar}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: bˈɛv-e-r {bèver}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: bˈɛv-e-r {bèver}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: bˈey-e  1 
Genoese Ligurian: bˈɛyv-e {beive}  1 
Stella Ligurian: bˈɛyv-e {bèive}  1 
Venice Venetian: bˈɛv-e-r {bèver} ~ bˈev-e-r {béver} ~ bˈev-a-r {bévar}  1 
Primiero Venetian: bˈev-e-r {béver}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: bˈe-re {bere}  1 
Old Italian: bˈe-re {bere}  1 
Standard Italian: bˈe-re {bere}  1 
Grosseto Italian: bɛ {bè}  1 
Foligno Italian: beː {bé}  1 
Neapolitan: vˈɛβ-ǝ-rǝ ~ vˈeβ-ǝ-rǝ {vevere}  1 
Logudorese: bufː-ˈa-re {buffare}  2 
Campidanese: bufː-ˈay {buffai}  2 
Palermitan Sicilian: vˈiv-i-ɾi {viviri}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: bˈiv-ɨ-ɾɨ {biviri}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: vˈiv-i-ɾi {viviri} ~ bˈiv-i-ɾi {biviri}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: vˈiv-i-ɾi {viviri} ~ bˈiv-i-ɾi {biviri}  1 
Central Catalan: bˈɛw-ɾǝ {beure}  1 
North-Western Catalan: bˈew-ɾe {beure}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: bˈɛw-ɾǝ {beure}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: bˈew-ɾe {beure}  1 
Valencia Catalan: bˈew-ɾe {beure}  1 
Manises Catalan: bˈew-ɾe {beure}  1 
Castilian Spanish: beβ-ˈe-ɾ {beber}  1 
Asturian: beb-ˈe-ɾ {beber}  1 
Standard Portuguese: bǝβ-ˈe-ɾ {beber}  1 
Galician: beβ-ˈe-ɾ {beber}  1 
Provençal Occitan: bˈew-ɾe {béure}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: bˈay-re {baire}  1 
Old French: bˈoyv-rǝ {boivre}  1 
Standard French: bwa-ʁ {boire}  1 
Picard: bwe-ʁ {bouére}  1 
Walloon: bwaː-ʀ {bwâre}  1 
Number: 20
Word: dry
Archaic Latin: sˈɪkː-ʊs {siccus}  1 
Late Classical Latin: sˈɪkː-ʊs {siccus}  1 
Megleno Romanian: usk-ˈa-t {uscát}  2 
Istro Romanian: usk-ˈɒ-t {uscåt}  2 
Aromanian: usk-ˈa-t-ŭ {uscát}  2 
Romanian: usk-ˈa-t {uscat}  2 
Dalmatian: swat {su̯at} ~ sot {sot}  2 
Friulian: sut {sut}  2 
Gardenese Ladin: sut {sut} ~ syǝwt {siëut}  2 
Fassano Ladin: sut {sut}  2 
Rumantsch Grischun: siɕ {sitg}  2 
Sursilvan Romansh: šeɕ {schetg}  2 
Surmiran Romansh: siȶ {sitg}  2 
Vallader Romansh: süt {süt}  2 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: süyt {suit}  2 
Barbania Piemontese: sɛk {sec}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: sɛk {sech}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: sɛk {sech}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: sök  1 
Bergamo Lombard: sɛk {sèch}  1 
Plesio Lombard: süčː {sücc}  2 
Ravennate Romagnol: sɛk {sec}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: sut {'ssut}  2 
Carpigiano Emiliano: sut {sùt}  2 
Reggiano Emiliano: sot {sótt}  2 
Rapallo Ligurian: sˈekː-u  1 
Genoese Ligurian: sˈekː-u {séccŏ}  1 
Stella Ligurian: sˈekː-u {séccu}  1 
Venice Venetian: sˈek-o {séco}  1 
Primiero Venetian: sut {sut}  2 
Bellunese Venetian: sek {sec}  1 
Old Italian: sˈekː-o {secco}  1 
Standard Italian: sˈekː-o {secco}  1 
Grosseto Italian: sˈekː-o {secco}  1 
Foligno Italian: sˈikː-u {siccu}  1 
Neapolitan: sˈikː-ǝ {sicco}  1 
Logudorese: sˈikː-u {siccu}  1 
Campidanese: sikː-ˈaw {siccau}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: sˈikː-u {siccu}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: sˈikː-u {siccu}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: sˈikː-u {siccu}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: sˈikː-u {siccu}  1 
Central Catalan: sɛk {sec}  1 
North-Western Catalan: sek {sec}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: sɛk {sec}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: sek {sec}  1 
Valencia Catalan: sek {sec}  1 
Manises Catalan: sek {sec}  1 
Castilian Spanish: sˈek-o {seco}  1 
Asturian: sˈek-o {seco}  1 
Standard Portuguese: sˈek-u {seco}  1 
Galician: sˈek-o {seco}  1 
Provençal Occitan: se {se}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: sɛ {sè}  1 
Old French: sɛk {sec}  1 
Standard French: sɛk {sec}  1 
Picard: se {sé}  1 
Walloon: sɛč {sètch}  1 
Number: 20
Word: dry
Archaic Latin:
Late Classical Latin:
Megleno Romanian:
Istro Romanian:
Aromanian:
Romanian:
Dalmatian:
Friulian:
Gardenese Ladin: sǝk {sëch}  1 
Fassano Ladin: sek {sech}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun:
Sursilvan Romansh:
Surmiran Romansh:
Vallader Romansh:
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: sɛk {sèch}  1 
Barbania Piemontese:
Carmagnola Piemontese:
Turinese Piemontese:
Vercellese Piemontese:
Bergamo Lombard:
Plesio Lombard:
Ravennate Romagnol:
Ferrarese Emiliano:
Carpigiano Emiliano: sɛk {sèc}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano:
Rapallo Ligurian:
Genoese Ligurian:
Stella Ligurian:
Venice Venetian:
Primiero Venetian:
Bellunese Venetian:
Old Italian:
Standard Italian:
Grosseto Italian:
Foligno Italian:
Neapolitan:
Logudorese:
Campidanese:
Palermitan Sicilian:
Messinese Sicilian:
Catanian Sicilian:
South-Eastern Sicilian:
Central Catalan:
North-Western Catalan:
Minorcan Catalan:
Castelló de la Plana Catalan:
Valencia Catalan:
Manises Catalan:
Castilian Spanish:
Asturian:
Standard Portuguese:
Galician:
Provençal Occitan:
Savoyard Franco-Provençal:
Old French:
Standard French:
Picard:
Walloon:
Number: 21
Word: ear
Archaic Latin: ˈawr-ɪs {auris}  1 
Late Classical Latin: ˈawr-ɪs {auris}  1 
Megleno Romanian: urˈe̯akʎ-ǝ {ureácľă}  1 
Istro Romanian: urˈäkʎ-e {urę́cľe}  1 
Aromanian: urˈe̯akʎ-e {ureácľe}  1 
Romanian: urˈek-e {ureche}  1 
Dalmatian: orˈakl-a {orákla} ~ rˈakl-a {rákla}  1 
Friulian: orˈɛl-e {orele}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: urˈǝdl-a {urëdla}  1 
Fassano Ladin: urˈey-a {urẹia}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: urˈeʎ-ǝ {ureglia}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: urˈeʎ-ǝ {ureglia}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: urˈey-ǝ {ureia}  1 
Vallader Romansh: urˈaʎ-ǝ {uraglia}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: urˈiy-a {orija}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: urˈiy-a {orija}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: urˈiy-a {orija}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: urˈiy-a {orija}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: urˈöǯ-a  1 
Bergamo Lombard: orˈɛǯ-a {orègia}  1 
Plesio Lombard: urˈeǯ-a {uregia}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: urˈɛč-a {urècia}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: urˈɛč-a {urècia}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: urˈɛč-a {urècia}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: urˈɛč-a {urècia}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: awˈeǯ-e  1 
Genoese Ligurian: wˈɛǯ-a {uegia}  1 
Stella Ligurian: wˈɛǯː-a {ouèggia}  1 
Venice Venetian: rˈɛč-a {rècia} ~ rˈeč-a {récia}  1 
Primiero Venetian: rˈeč-a {recia}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: rˈeč-a {recia}  1 
Old Italian: orˈekːy-a {orecchia}  1 
Standard Italian: orˈekːy-o {orecchio} ~ orˈekːy-a {orecchia}  1 
Grosseto Italian: orˈekːy-o {orecchio}  1 
Foligno Italian: rˈekːy-a {recchia}  1 
Neapolitan: rˈekːy-ǝ {recchia}  1 
Logudorese: orˈikːr-a {oriccra}  1 
Campidanese: orˈiɣ-a {origa}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: aɾˈikːy-u {aricchiu} ~ aɾˈikːy-a {aricchia}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: ɾˈikːɨ {ricchi}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: aɾˈikːy-u {aricchiu}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: awɾˈičː-a {auriccia}  1 
Central Catalan: uɾˈɛʎ-ǝ {orella}  1 
North-Western Catalan: awɾˈeʎ-ɛ {orella}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: uɾˈɛ-ǝ {orella}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: oɾˈeʎ-a {orella}  1 
Valencia Catalan: oɾˈeʎ-a {orella}  1 
Manises Catalan: oɾˈeʎ-a {orella}  1 
Castilian Spanish: oɾˈex-a {oreja}  1 
Asturian: oɾˈey-a {oreya}  1 
Standard Portuguese: oɾˈeʎ-ɐ {orelha}  1 
Galician: oɾˈeʎ-a {orella}  1 
Provençal Occitan: awrˈi-o {auriho}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: ˈɔrʎ-o {orlyo}  1 
Old French: orˈɛʎ-ǝ {oreille}  1 
Standard French: ɔʁɛy {oreille}  1 
Picard: ɔʁɛl {orèle}  1 
Walloon: ɔʀɛy {orèye}  1 
Number: 22
Word: earth
Archaic Latin: tˈɛrː-a {terra}  1 
Late Classical Latin: tˈɛrː-a {terra}  1 
Megleno Romanian: cˈar-ǝ {tsáră}  1 
Istro Romanian: pemˈint {pemínt}  2 
Aromanian: cˈar-ǝ {ţáră}  1 
Romanian: pǝmˈɨnt {pământ}  2 
Dalmatian: tˈar-a {tára} ~ tˈyar-a {ti̯ára}  1 
Friulian: tˈyɛr-e {tiere} ~ tˈyar-e {tiare}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: tˈyǝr-a {tiera}  1 
Fassano Ladin: tˈer-a {tera}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: tˈɛr-ǝ {terra}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: tˈyar-ǝ {tiara}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: tˈer-ǝ {tera}  1 
Vallader Romansh: tˈɛr-ǝ {terra}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: tˈɛr-a {tèra}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: tˈɛr-a {tèra}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: tˈɛr-a {tèra}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: tˈer-a {tera}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: tˈɛr-a  1 
Bergamo Lombard: tˈɛr-a {tèra}  1 
Plesio Lombard: tˈɛr-a {tera}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: tˈɛǝ̯r-a {tëra}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: tˈɛr-a {tèra}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: tˈɛr-a {tèra}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: tˈɛr-a {tèra}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: tˈär-a  1 
Genoese Ligurian: tˈɛr-a {tèra}  1 
Stella Ligurian: tˈär-a {tǽra}  1 
Venice Venetian: tˈɛr-a {tèra}  1 
Primiero Venetian: tˈɛr-a {tèra}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: tˈɛr-a {tera}  1 
Old Italian: tˈɛrː-a {terra}  1 
Standard Italian: tˈɛrː-a {terra}  1 
Grosseto Italian: tˈɛrː-a {terra}  1 
Foligno Italian: tˈɛrː-a {terra}  1 
Neapolitan: tˈɛrː-ǝ {terra}  1 
Logudorese: tˈerː-a {terra}  1 
Campidanese: tˈɛrː-a {terra}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: tˈyɛʐ-a {tierra}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: tˈɛrː-a {terra}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: tˈɛrː-a {terra}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: tˈɛʐ-a {terra}  1 
Central Catalan: tˈɛr-ǝ {terra}  1 
North-Western Catalan: tˈɛr-ɛ {terra}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: tˈɛr-ǝ {terra}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: tˈɛr-a {terra}  1 
Valencia Catalan: tˈɛr-a {terra}  1 
Manises Catalan: tˈɛr-a {terra}  1 
Castilian Spanish: tˈyer-a {tierra}  1 
Asturian: tˈyer-a {tierra}  1 
Standard Portuguese: tˈɛʁ-ɐ {terra}  1 
Galician: tˈɛr-a {terra}  1 
Provençal Occitan: tˈɛʁ-o {terro}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: tˈɛr-a {têra}  1 
Old French: tˈɛr-ǝ {terre}  1 
Standard French: tɛʁ {terre}  1 
Picard: tyɛʁ {tière}  1 
Walloon: tɛʀ {tère}  1 
Number: 23
Word: eat
Archaic Latin: ˈeːd-ɛ-rɛ {edere}  1 
Late Classical Latin: ˈeːd-ɛ-rɛ {edere}  1 
Megleno Romanian: mǝnˈank {mănánc}  2 
Istro Romanian: mǝŋk-ˈɒ {mâŋcå}  2 
Aromanian: mˈɨk-ŭ {mîc}  2 
Romanian: a=mɨŋk-ˈa {a mânca}  2 
Dalmatian: manˈayk-o {manai̯ko}  2 
Friulian: manȡ-ˈaː {mangjâ}  2 
Gardenese Ladin: may-ˈǝ {maië}  3 
Fassano Ladin: maɲ-ˈɛ-r {magnèr}  2 
Rumantsch Grischun: mǝnǯ-ˈa-r {mangiar}  -1 
Sursilvan Romansh: mǝʎ-ˈa-r {magliar}  3 
Surmiran Romansh: mǝʎ-ˈe-r {magler}  3 
Vallader Romansh: mǝnǯ-ˈa-r {mangiar}  -1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: maŋǯ-ˈe {mangé}  -1 
Barbania Piemontese: maŋǯ-ˈe {mangé}  -1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: maŋǯ-ˈe {mangé}  -1 
Turinese Piemontese: manǯ-ˈe {mangé}  -1 
Vercellese Piemontese: maŋǯ-ˈɛ  -1 
Bergamo Lombard: maŋǯ-ˈa {mangià}  -1 
Plesio Lombard: maŋǯ-ˈa {mangià}  -1 
Ravennate Romagnol: maɲ-ˈeǝ̯ {magnêr}  2 
Ferrarese Emiliano: maɲ-ˈa-r {magnàr}  2 
Carpigiano Emiliano: maɲ-ˈɛː-r {magnèr}  2 
Reggiano Emiliano: maɲ-ˈɛː-r {magnêr}  2 
Rapallo Ligurian: maŋǯ-ˈa  -1 
Genoese Ligurian: maŋǯ-ˈa {mangiâ}  -1 
Stella Ligurian: maŋǯ-ˈɛ {mangiè}  -1 
Venice Venetian: maɲ-ˈa-r {magnàr}  2 
Primiero Venetian: maɲ-ˈa-r {magnar}  2 
Bellunese Venetian: maɲ-ˈa-r {magnar}  2 
Old Italian: manǯ-ˈa-re {mangiare}  -1 
Standard Italian: manǯ-ˈa-re {mangiare}  -1 
Grosseto Italian: manǯ-ˈa-re {mangiare}  -1 
Foligno Italian: maɲː-ˈa {magnà}  2 
Neapolitan: maɲː-ˈa {magnà}  2 
Logudorese: mandig-ˈa-re {mandigare}  2 
Campidanese: papː-ˈay {pappai}  4 
Palermitan Sicilian: manč-ˈa-ɾi {manciari}  -1 
Messinese Sicilian: manč-ˈa-ɾɨ {manciari}  -1 
Catanian Sicilian: manč-ˈa-ɾi {manciari}  -1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: manč-ˈa-ɾi {manciari}  -1 
Central Catalan: mǝɲž-ˈa {menjar}  -1 
North-Western Catalan: meɲǯ-ˈa {menjar}  -1 
Minorcan Catalan: mǝɲž-ˈa {menjar}  -1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: meɲǯ-ˈa-ɾ {menjar}  -1 
Valencia Catalan: meɲč-ˈa-ɾ {menjar}  -1 
Manises Catalan: meɲč-ˈa-ɾ {menjar}  -1 
Castilian Spanish: kom-ˈe-ɾ {comer}  1 
Asturian: kom-ˈe-ɾ {comer}  1 
Standard Portuguese: kum-ˈe-ɾ {comer}  1 
Galician: kom-ˈe-ɾ {comer}  1 
Provençal Occitan: manǯ-ˈa {manja}  -1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: bǯ-iː {bdjî}  -1 
Old French: mãnǯ-ˈye-r {mangier}  2 
Standard French: mɑ̃ž-e {manger}  2 
Picard: mɛ̃ž-e {minger}  2 
Walloon: muɲ-e {mougner}  2 
Number: 24
Word: egg
Archaic Latin: ˈoːw-ũ {ovum}  1 
Late Classical Latin: ˈoːv-ũ {ovum}  1 
Megleno Romanian: wow { u̯óu̯}  1 
Istro Romanian: ov {ov}  1 
Aromanian: ow {oŭ}  1 
Romanian: ow {ou}  1 
Dalmatian: yuv {juv}  1 
Friulian: uːf {ûf}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: wef {uef}  1 
Fassano Ladin: ef {ef}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: of {ov}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: yef {iev}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: of {ov}  1 
Vallader Romansh: öf {öv}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: öv {euv}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: öv {euv}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: öw {euv}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: öv {euv}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: öf  1 
Bergamo Lombard: of {öf}  1 
Plesio Lombard: öːf {öv}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: ɔǝ̯v {öv}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: ɔv {òv}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: oːv {ōv}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: oːv {ōv}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: ˈöv-u  1 
Genoese Ligurian: ˈöv-u {övǒ}  1 
Stella Ligurian: ˈöːv-u {euvu}  1 
Venice Venetian: vˈɔv-o {vòvo} ~ vˈov-o {vóvo}  1 
Primiero Venetian: ow {ou} ~ ˈov-o {ovo}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: ˈov-o {ovo}  1 
Old Italian: ˈwɔv-o {uovo}  1 
Standard Italian: ˈwɔv-o {uovo}  1 
Grosseto Italian: ˈɔv-o {ovo}  1 
Foligno Italian: ˈɔ-u {ou}  1 
Neapolitan: ˈwov-ǝ {uovo}  1 
Logudorese: ˈov-u {ovu}  1 
Campidanese: ow {ou}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: ˈwɔv-u {uovu}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: ˈɔv-u {ovu}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: ˈɔv-u {ovu}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: ˈwɔv-u {uovu}  1 
Central Catalan: ɔw {ou}  1 
North-Western Catalan: ɔw {ou}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: ɔw {ou}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: ɔw {ou}  1 
Valencia Catalan: ɔw {ou}  1 
Manises Catalan: ɔw {ou}  1 
Castilian Spanish: ˈweβ-o {huevo}  1 
Asturian: gˈweb-o {güevo}  1 
Standard Portuguese: ˈov-u {ovo}  1 
Galician: ˈɔβ-o {ovo}  1 
Provençal Occitan: yɔw {iòu}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: wa {wà}  1 
Old French: wœf {uef}  1 
Standard French: œf {œuf}  1 
Picard: ɥe {ué}  1 
Walloon: üː {û}  1 
Number: 25
Word: eye
Archaic Latin: ˈɔkʊɫ-ʊs {oculus}  1 
Late Classical Latin: ˈɔkʊɫ-ʊs {oculus}  1 
Megleno Romanian: wˈokʎ-u {u̯ócľu}  1 
Istro Romanian: ˈokʎ-u {ócľu}  1 
Aromanian: ˈokʎ-u {ócľĭu}  1 
Romanian: okʸ {ochi}  1 
Dalmatian: vˈakl-o {vaklo}  1 
Friulian: vˈoːl-i {voli}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: wedl {uedl}  1 
Fassano Ladin: ˈey-e {ẹie}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: eʎ {egl}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: eʎ {egl}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: iʎ {igl}  1 
Vallader Romansh: öʎ {ögl}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: öy {euj}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: öy {euj}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: öy {euj}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: öy {euj}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: öč  1 
Bergamo Lombard: öč {öc}  1 
Plesio Lombard: öčː {ögg}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: ɔč {òcc}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: oč {ócc}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: ɔːč {ôć}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: ɔːč {ôç}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: ˈöǯː-u  1 
Genoese Ligurian: ˈöǯː-u {öggiǒ}  1 
Stella Ligurian: ˈöːǯː-u {euggiu}  1 
Venice Venetian: ˈɔč-o {òcio}  1 
Primiero Venetian: ˈɔč-o {òcio}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: ˈɔč-o {ocio}  1 
Old Italian: ˈɔkːy-o {occhio}  1 
Standard Italian: ˈɔkːy-o {occhio}  1 
Grosseto Italian: ˈɔkːy-o {occhio}  1 
Foligno Italian: ˈokːy-u {occhiu}  1 
Neapolitan: ˈwokːy-ǝ {uocchio}  1 
Logudorese: ˈokːr-u {occru}  1 
Campidanese: ˈoɣ-u {ogu}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: ˈwɔkːy-u {uocchiu}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: ˈɔkːy-u {occhiu}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: ˈɔkːy-u {occhiu}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: ˈwɔčː-u {uocciu}  1 
Central Catalan: uʎ {ull}  1 
North-Western Catalan: uʎ {ull}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: uy {ull}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: uʎ {ull}  1 
Valencia Catalan: uʎ {ull}  1 
Manises Catalan: uʎ {ull}  1 
Castilian Spanish: ˈox-o {ojo}  1 
Asturian: gˈwey-o {güeyo}  1 
Standard Portuguese: ˈoʎ-u {olho}  1 
Galician: ˈɔʎ-o {ollo}  1 
Provençal Occitan: ɥɛy {uei} ~ ˈiwe {iue} ~ iw {iu}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: žü {ju} ~ žüː {jû}  1 
Old French: wœʎ {ueil}  1 
Standard French: œy {œil}  1 
Picard: œl {eule}  1 
Walloon: uːy {oûy}  1 
Number: 26
Word: fat n.
Archaic Latin: pˈɪŋgʷ-ɛ {pingue}  1 
Late Classical Latin:
Megleno Romanian: grǝs-ˈim-i {grăsími}  2 
Istro Romanian: mɒst {måst}  -1 
Aromanian: grǝs-ˈim-e {grăsíme}  2 
Romanian: grǝs-ˈim-e {grăsime}  2 
Dalmatian: gres {gres}  2 
Friulian: gras {gras}  2 
Gardenese Ladin: gras {gras}  2 
Fassano Ladin: gras {gras}  2 
Rumantsch Grischun: gras {grass}  2 
Sursilvan Romansh: gras {grass}  2 
Surmiran Romansh: gras {grass}  2 
Vallader Romansh: gras {grass}  2 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: gras {grass}  2 
Barbania Piemontese: gras {grass}  2 
Carmagnola Piemontese: gras {grass}  2 
Turinese Piemontese: gras {grass}  2 
Vercellese Piemontese: gras  2 
Bergamo Lombard: gras {gràs}  2 
Plesio Lombard: grasː {grass}  2 
Ravennate Romagnol: gras {gras̟}  2 
Ferrarese Emiliano: gras {grass}  2 
Carpigiano Emiliano: graːs {grâs}  2 
Reggiano Emiliano: graːs {grâs}  2 
Rapallo Ligurian: grˈasː-u  2 
Genoese Ligurian: grˈasː-u {gràssǒ}  2 
Stella Ligurian: grˈašː-a {grascia} ~ grˈasː-u {grassu}  2 
Venice Venetian: grˈas-o {gràsso}  2 
Primiero Venetian: gras {gras}  2 
Bellunese Venetian: gras {gras}  2 
Old Italian: grˈasː-o {grasso}  2 
Standard Italian: grˈasː-o {grasso}  2 
Grosseto Italian: grˈasː-o {grasso}  2 
Foligno Italian: lˈard-u {lardu}  3 
Neapolitan: grˈasː-ǝ {grasso}  2 
Logudorese: rˈasː-u {'rassu}  2 
Campidanese: grˈasː-u {grassu}  2 
Palermitan Sicilian: ɾˈasː-u {rassu}  2 
Messinese Sicilian: ɾˈasː-u {rassu}  2 
Catanian Sicilian: ɾˈasː-u {rassu}  2 
South-Eastern Sicilian: ɾˈasː-u {rassu}  2 
Central Catalan: gɾeš {greix}  2 
North-Western Catalan: gɾeyš {greix}  2 
Minorcan Catalan: sɛw {sèu}  4 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: gɾeyš {greix}  2 
Valencia Catalan: gɾeyš {greix}  2 
Manises Catalan: gɾeyš {greix}  2 
Castilian Spanish: gɾˈas-a {grasa}  2 
Asturian: gɾˈas-a {grasa}  2 
Standard Portuguese: guɾð-ˈuɾ-ɐ {gordura}  5 
Galician: gɾˈaš-a {graxa}  2 
Provençal Occitan: gɾas {gras}  2 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: grˈes-a {gréssa}  2 
Old French: krˈeys-ǝ {craisse}  2 
Standard French: gʁɛs {graisse}  2 
Picard: kʁa {cras}  2 
Walloon: kʀaš {crache}  2 
Number: 27
Word: feather
Archaic Latin: pˈɛnː-a {penna} ~ pˈɪnː-a {pinna}  1 
Late Classical Latin: pˈɪnː-a {pinna}  1 
Megleno Romanian: pˈe̯an-ǝ {peánă}  1 
Istro Romanian: pˈäna {pę́na}  1 
Aromanian: pˈe̯an-ǝ {peánă}  1 
Romanian: pˈan-ǝ {pană}  1 
Dalmatian: pˈayn-a {pai̯na}  1 
Friulian: plˈum-e {plume}  2 
Gardenese Ladin: plˈum-a {pluma}  2 
Fassano Ladin: pˈyum-a {piuma}  2 
Rumantsch Grischun: plˈim-ǝ {plima}  2 
Sursilvan Romansh: plˈem-ǝ {plema}  2 
Surmiran Romansh: plˈem-ǝ {plema}  2 
Vallader Romansh: pˈɛn-ǝ {penna}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: pˈyüm-a {piuma}  2 
Barbania Piemontese: pˈyüm-a {piuma}  2 
Carmagnola Piemontese: pˈyüm-a {piuma}  2 
Turinese Piemontese: pˈyüm-a {piuma}  2 
Vercellese Piemontese: pˈyüːm-a  2 
Bergamo Lombard: pˈyöm-a {piöma}  2 
Plesio Lombard: pˈyüm-a {piüma}  2 
Ravennate Romagnol: pˈɛn-a {pèna}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: pˈɛn-a {pena}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: pˈɛn-a {pèna}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: pˈyom-a {pióma}  2 
Rapallo Ligurian: pˈeŋː-a  1 
Genoese Ligurian: pˈenː-a {penna}  1 
Stella Ligurian: čˈümː-a {ciümma}  2 
Venice Venetian: pˈen-a {pena}  1 
Primiero Venetian: pˈyum-a {piuma}  2 
Bellunese Venetian: pˈen-a {pena}  1 
Old Italian: pˈenː-a {penna}  1 
Standard Italian: pˈenː-a {penna}  1 
Grosseto Italian: pˈenː-a {penna}  1 
Foligno Italian: pˈenː-a {penna}  1 
Neapolitan: pˈenː-ǝ {penna}  1 
Logudorese: prˈumː-a {prumma}  2 
Campidanese: pˈinː-a {pinna}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: pˈinː-a {pinna}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: pˈinː-a {pinna}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: pˈinː-a {pinna}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: pˈyum-a {piuma}  -1 
Central Catalan: pɫˈom-ǝ {ploma}  2 
North-Western Catalan: pɫˈom-ɛ {ploma}  2 
Minorcan Catalan: pɫˈom-ǝ {ploma}  2 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: pɫˈom-a {ploma}  2 
Valencia Catalan: pɫˈom-a {ploma}  2 
Manises Catalan: pɫˈom-a {ploma}  2 
Castilian Spanish: plˈum-a {pluma}  -1 
Asturian: plˈum-a {pluma}  -1 
Standard Portuguese: pˈen-ɐ {pena}  1 
Galician: plˈum-a {pluma}  -1 
Provençal Occitan: plˈüm-o {plumo}  2 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: pʎˈɔ̃m-a {plyonma}  2 
Old French: plü̃m-ǝ {plume}  2 
Standard French: plüm {plume}  2 
Picard: plœm {pleume}  2 
Walloon: plüm {plume}  2 
Number: 28
Word: fire
Archaic Latin: ˈɪŋn-ɪs {ignis}  1 
Late Classical Latin: ˈɪŋn-ɪs {ignis}  1 
Megleno Romanian: fok {foc}  2 
Istro Romanian: fok {foc}  2 
Aromanian: fˈok-ŭ {foc}  2 
Romanian: fok {foc}  2 
Dalmatian: fuk {fuk}  2 
Friulian: fuːk {fûc}  2 
Gardenese Ladin: fwek {fuech}  2 
Fassano Ladin: fek {fech}  2 
Rumantsch Grischun: fyew {fieu}  2 
Sursilvan Romansh: fyuk {fiug}  2 
Surmiran Romansh: fi {fi}  2 
Vallader Romansh: fö {fö}  2 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: fö {feu}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: fö {feu}  2 
Carmagnola Piemontese: fö {feu}  2 
Turinese Piemontese: fö {feu} ~ fög {feugh}  2 
Vercellese Piemontese: fök  2 
Bergamo Lombard: fök {föch}  2 
Plesio Lombard: föːk {fögh}  2 
Ravennate Romagnol: fug {fug}  2 
Ferrarese Emiliano: fɔg {fòg}  2 
Carpigiano Emiliano: foːg {fōg}  2 
Reggiano Emiliano: fɔːg {fôgh}  2 
Rapallo Ligurian: fˈöːg-u  2 
Genoese Ligurian: fˈög-u {fögǒ}  2 
Stella Ligurian: fö {feu}  2 
Venice Venetian: fˈɔg-o {fògo} ~ fˈog-o {fógo}  2 
Primiero Venetian: fok {foch}  2 
Bellunese Venetian: fˈog-o {fogo}  2 
Old Italian: fˈwɔk-o {fuoco}  2 
Standard Italian: fˈwɔk-o {fuoco}  2 
Grosseto Italian: fˈɔk-o {foco}  2 
Foligno Italian: fˈok-u {focu}  2 
Neapolitan: fˈok-ǝ {foco} ~ fˈwok-ǝ {fuoco} ~ fːˈwok-ǝ {ffuoco}  2 
Logudorese: fˈog-u {fogu}  2 
Campidanese: fˈoɣ-u {fogu}  2 
Palermitan Sicilian: fˈwɔk-u {fuocu}  2 
Messinese Sicilian: fˈɔk-u {focu}  2 
Catanian Sicilian: fˈɔk-u {focu}  2 
South-Eastern Sicilian: fˈwɔk-u {fuocu}  2 
Central Catalan: fɔk {foc}  2 
North-Western Catalan: fɔk {foc}  2 
Minorcan Catalan: fɔk {foc}  2 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: fɔk {foc}  2 
Valencia Catalan: fɔk {foc}  2 
Manises Catalan: fɔk {foc}  2 
Castilian Spanish: fˈweɣ-o {fuego}  2 
Asturian: fˈwe-u {fuéu}  2 
Standard Portuguese: fˈoɣ-u {fogo}  2 
Galician: fˈɔɣ-o {fogo}  2 
Provençal Occitan: fyɔ {fiò}  2 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: fwa {fwà}  2 
Old French: few {feu}  2 
Standard French: fö {feu}  2 
Picard: fü {fu}  2 
Walloon: föː {feû}  2 
Number: 28
Archaic Latin:
Late Classical Latin:
Megleno Romanian:
Istro Romanian:
Aromanian:
Romanian:
Dalmatian:
Friulian:
Gardenese Ladin:
Fassano Ladin:
Rumantsch Grischun:
Sursilvan Romansh:
Surmiran Romansh:
Vallader Romansh:
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese:
Barbania Piemontese:
Carmagnola Piemontese:
Turinese Piemontese:
Vercellese Piemontese:
Bergamo Lombard:
Plesio Lombard:
Ravennate Romagnol:
Ferrarese Emiliano:
Carpigiano Emiliano:
Reggiano Emiliano:
Rapallo Ligurian:
Genoese Ligurian:
Stella Ligurian:
Venice Venetian:
Primiero Venetian:
Bellunese Venetian:
Old Italian:
Standard Italian:
Grosseto Italian:
Foligno Italian:
Neapolitan:
Logudorese:
Campidanese:
Palermitan Sicilian:
Messinese Sicilian:
Catanian Sicilian:
South-Eastern Sicilian:
Central Catalan:
North-Western Catalan:
Minorcan Catalan:
Castelló de la Plana Catalan:
Valencia Catalan:
Manises Catalan:
Castilian Spanish:
Asturian:
Standard Portuguese:
Galician: lˈum-e {lume}  3 
Provençal Occitan:
Savoyard Franco-Provençal:
Old French:
Standard French:
Picard:
Walloon:
Number: 29
Word: fish
Archaic Latin: pˈɪsk-ɪs {piscis}  1 
Late Classical Latin: pˈɪsk-ɪs {piscis}  1 
Megleno Romanian: pˈe̯ašt-i {peáști}  1 
Istro Romanian: rˈib-ä {ríbę}  -1 
Aromanian: pˈesk-u {péscu}  1 
Romanian: pˈešt-e {pește}  1 
Dalmatian: pyas {pi̯as}  -1 
Friulian: pɛs {pes}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: pǝš {pësc}  1 
Fassano Ladin: peš {pesc}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: peš {pesch}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: pɛš {pèsch}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: peš {pesch}  1 
Vallader Romansh: peš {pesch}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: pɛs {pess}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: pǝs {pëss}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: pɛs {pess}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: pes {pess}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: pös  1 
Bergamo Lombard: pɛs {pès}  1 
Plesio Lombard: pɛsː {pess}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: pɛs {pès̟}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: pɛs {pes}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: pɛs {pès}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: pɛs {pèss}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: pˈɛšː-u  1 
Genoese Ligurian: pˈešː-u {pésciǒ}  1 
Stella Ligurian: pˈäšː-u {pæsciu}  1 
Venice Venetian: pˈes-e {pésse}  1 
Primiero Venetian: pes {pes}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: pes {pes}  1 
Old Italian: pˈešː-e {pesce}  1 
Standard Italian: pˈešː-e {pesce}  1 
Grosseto Italian: pˈešː-e {pesce}  1 
Foligno Italian: pˈešː-e {pesce}  1 
Neapolitan: pˈešː-ǝ {pesce}  1 
Logudorese: pˈisk-e {pische}  1 
Campidanese: pˈišː-i {pisci}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: pˈišː-i {pisci}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: pˈišː-i {pisci}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: pˈišː-i {pisci}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: pˈišː-i {pisci}  1 
Central Catalan: peš {peix}  1 
North-Western Catalan: peyš {peix}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: peš {peix}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: peyš {peix}  1 
Valencia Catalan: peyš {peix}  1 
Manises Catalan: peyš {peix}  1 
Castilian Spanish: peθ {pez}  1 
Asturian: pˈeš-e {pexe}  1 
Standard Portuguese: pˈɐyš-ǝ {peixe}  1 
Galician: pˈeyš-e {peixe}  1 
Provençal Occitan: pɛys {pèis}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: pˈays-ɔ̃ {paisson} ~ pˈɛs-ɔ̃ {pêsson}  1 
Old French: pˈoys-õn {poisson}  1 
Standard French: pwas-ɔ̃ {poisson}  1 
Picard: piš-ɔ̃ {pichon}  1 
Walloon: pɛš-ɔ̃ {pèchon}  1 
Number: 30
Word: fly v.
Archaic Latin: wɔɫ-ˈaː-rɛ {volare}  1 
Late Classical Latin: vɔɫ-ˈaː-rɛ {volare}  1 
Megleno Romanian: pǝr-ǝy-ˈes {părăi̯és}  -1 
Istro Romanian: let-ˈi {letí}  -1 
Aromanian: as=bˈo̯air-ŭ {asboáir}  1 
Romanian: a=z=bur-ˈa {a zbura}  1 
Dalmatian:
Friulian: z=vol-ˈaː {svolâ}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: ž=ul-ˈɛ {julé}  1 
Fassano Ladin: ž=gol-ˈɛ-r {sgolèr}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: ž=gul-ˈa-r {sgular}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: ž=gul-ˈa-r {sgular}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: ž=gul-ˈa-r {sgular}  1 
Vallader Romansh: ž=vǝl-ˈa-r {svolar}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: vul-ˈe {volé}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: vul-ˈe {volé}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: vul-ˈe {volé}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: vul-ˈe {volé}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: vul-ˈɛ  1 
Bergamo Lombard: ul-ˈa {ulà} ~ gul-ˈa {gulà}  1 
Plesio Lombard: gul-ˈa {gulà}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: vul-ˈeǝ̯ {vulêr}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: vul-ˈa-r {vulàr}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: vul-ˈɛː-r {vulèr}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: vul-ˈɛː-r {vulêr}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: žu-ˈa  1 
Genoese Ligurian: žo-ˈaː {xoâ}  1 
Stella Ligurian: ž=vu-ˈɛ {svuè}  1 
Venice Venetian: vol-ˈa-r {volàr} ~ z=voe̯-ˈa-r {svoɫàr}  1 
Primiero Venetian: vol-ˈa-r {volar}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: vol-ˈa-r {volar}  1 
Old Italian: vol-ˈa-re {volare}  1 
Standard Italian: vol-ˈa-re {volare}  1 
Grosseto Italian: vol-ˈa-re {volare}  1 
Foligno Italian: vol-ˈa {volà}  1 
Neapolitan: vul-ˈa {vulà}  1 
Logudorese: bol-ˈa-re {bolare}  1 
Campidanese: bol-ˈay {bolai}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: vul-ˈa-ɾi {vulari}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: vul-ˈa-ɾɨ {vulari}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: vul-ˈa-ɾi {vulari} ~ a=bːul-ˈa-ɾi {abbulari}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: a=bːul-ˈa-ɾi {abbulari}  1 
Central Catalan: buɫ-ˈa {volar}  1 
North-Western Catalan: boɫ-ˈa {volar}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: vuɫ-ˈa {volar}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: voɫ-ˈa-ɾ {volar}  1 
Valencia Catalan: boɫ-ˈa-ɾ {volar}  1 
Manises Catalan: boɫ-ˈa-ɾ {volar}  1 
Castilian Spanish: bol-ˈa-ɾ {volar}  1 
Asturian: bol-ˈa-ɾ {volar}  1 
Standard Portuguese: vu-ˈa-ɾ {voar}  1 
Galician: bo-ˈa-ɾ {voar}  1 
Provençal Occitan: vul-ˈa {voula}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: vol-ˈaː {volâ}  1 
Old French: vol-ˈeː-r {voler}  1 
Standard French: vɔl-e {voler}  1 
Picard: vɔl-e {voler}  1 
Walloon: vɔl-e {voler}  1 
Number: 31
Word: foot
Archaic Latin: peː-s {pes}  1 
Late Classical Latin: peː-s {pes}  1 
Megleno Romanian: pičˈor {pitšór}  1 
Istro Romanian: pičˈor {pičór}  1 
Aromanian: čičˈor-ŭ {čičór}  1 
Romanian: pičˈor {picior}  1 
Dalmatian: pins {pins}  1 
Friulian: piːt {pît}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: pe {pe}  1 
Fassano Ladin: pe {pe}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: pe {pe}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: pey {pei}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: pe {pe}  1 
Vallader Romansh: pɛ {pè} ~ pe {pe}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: pe {pé}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: pe {pé}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: pe {pé}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: pe {pé}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese:   1 
Bergamo Lombard: pe {pe}  1 
Plesio Lombard: pɛ {pè}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: pe {pe}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: pyɛ {piè}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: peː {pē}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: pɛ {pè}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: pe  1 
Genoese Ligurian: peː {pê}  1 
Stella Ligurian: pe {pé}  1 
Venice Venetian: pie {pìe}  1 
Primiero Venetian: pie {pìe} ~ pɛ {pè}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: pie {pie}  1 
Old Italian: pˈyɛ {piè} ~ pˈyɛd-e {piede}  1 
Standard Italian: pˈyɛd-e {piede}  1 
Grosseto Italian: pˈyɛd-e {piede}  1 
Foligno Italian: fˈetː-a {fetta}  2 
Neapolitan: pˈɛɾ-ǝ {pede}  1 
Logudorese: pˈed-e {pede}  1 
Campidanese: pɛy {pei}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: pˈyɛɾ-i {pieri}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: pˈɛɾ-i {peri} ~ pˈɛd-i {pedi}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: pˈɛd-i {pedi}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: pˈɛɾ-i {peri}  1 
Central Catalan: pɛw {peu}  1 
North-Western Catalan: pɛw {peu}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: pɛw {peu}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: pɛw {peu}  1 
Valencia Catalan: pɛw {peu}  1 
Manises Catalan: pɛw {peu}  1 
Castilian Spanish: pye {pie}  1 
Asturian: pye {pie}  1 
Standard Portuguese: pɛ {pé}  1 
Galician: pɛ {pé}  1 
Provençal Occitan: pɛt {pèd}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: piː {pî}  1 
Old French: pye {pié}  1 
Standard French: pye {pied}  1 
Picard: pye {pié}  1 
Walloon: piː {pî}  1 
Number: 32
Word: full
Archaic Latin: pɫˈeːn-ʊs  1 
Late Classical Latin: pɫˈeːn-ʊs {plenus}  1 
Megleno Romanian: ɐm=plˈin {ạmplín}  1 
Istro Romanian: pʎir {pľir}  1 
Aromanian: plˈin-ŭ {plin} ~ m=plˈin-ŭ {mplin}  1 
Romanian: plin {plin}  1 
Dalmatian: playn {plai̯n}  1 
Friulian: plɛŋ {plen}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: plǝŋ {plën}  1 
Fassano Ladin: pyeŋ {piẹn}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: playn {plain}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: plɛyn {plein}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: plaɲ {plagn}  1 
Vallader Romansh: playn {plain}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: pyɛŋ {pien}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: pyɛŋ {pien}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: pyɛŋ {pien}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: pyeŋ {pien}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese: piːŋ  1 
Bergamo Lombard: pye {pìe}  1 
Plesio Lombard: pˈye-e {piee}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: pin {pin}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: pin {pin}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: piːn {pîn}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: piːn {pîn}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: piŋ  1 
Genoese Ligurian: piŋ {pin}  1 
Stella Ligurian: čäŋ {cǽ-n}  1 
Venice Venetian: pyɛŋ {pièn} ~ pyeŋ {pién}  1 
Primiero Venetian: pyeŋ {pien}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: pyeŋ {pien}  1 
Old Italian: pˈyɛn-o {pieno}  1 
Standard Italian: pˈyɛn-o {pieno}  1 
Grosseto Italian: pˈyɛn-o {pieno}  1 
Foligno Italian: pˈyen-u {pienu} ~ pˈin-u {pinu}  1 
Neapolitan: kˈin-ǝ {chino}  1 
Logudorese: prˈen-u {prenu}  1 
Campidanese: prˈen-u {prenu}  1 
Palermitan Sicilian: kˈin-u {chinu}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: kˈin-u {chinu}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: kˈin-u {chinu}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: čˈin-u {cinu}  1 
Central Catalan: pɫɛ {ple}  1 
North-Western Catalan: pɫe {ple}  1 
Minorcan Catalan: pɫɛ {ple}  1 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: pɫe {ple}  1 
Valencia Catalan: pɫe {ple}  1 
Manises Catalan: pɫe {ple}  1 
Castilian Spanish: ʎˈen-o {lleno}  1 
Asturian: en=ʎˈen-o {enlleno}  1 
Standard Portuguese: šˈɐy-u {cheio}  1 
Galician: čˈe-o {cheo}  1 
Provençal Occitan: pleŋ {plen}  1 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: pʎɛː {plyê}  1 
Old French: plẽỹn {plein}  1 
Standard French: plɛ̃ {plein}  1 
Picard: plɛ̃ {plein}  1 
Walloon: plɛ̃ {plin}  1 
Number: 33
Word: give
Archaic Latin: dˈa-rɛ {dare}  1 
Late Classical Latin: dˈa-rɛ {dare}  1 
Megleno Romanian: da-w {dáu̯}  1 
Istro Romanian: dɒ {då}  1 
Aromanian: da-w {daŭ}  1 
Romanian: a=dˈa {a da}  1 
Dalmatian: dwo-r {du͡ọr}  1 
Friulian: daː {dâ}  1 
Gardenese Ladin: dɛ {dé}  1 
Fassano Ladin: dɛ-r {dèr}  1 
Rumantsch Grischun: da-r {dar}  1 
Sursilvan Romansh: da-r {dar}  1 
Surmiran Romansh: da-r {dar}  1 
Vallader Romansh: da-r {dar}  1 
Lanzo Torinese Piemontese: dɛ {dè}  1 
Barbania Piemontese: de {dé}  1 
Carmagnola Piemontese: de {dé}  1 
Turinese Piemontese: dɛ {dè}  1 
Vercellese Piemontese:   1 
Bergamo Lombard: da {dà}  1 
Plesio Lombard: da {dà}  1 
Ravennate Romagnol: deǝ̯ {dêr}  1 
Ferrarese Emiliano: da-r {dar}  1 
Carpigiano Emiliano: dɛː-r {dèr}  1 
Reggiano Emiliano: dɛː-r {dêr}  1 
Rapallo Ligurian: da  1 
Genoese Ligurian: daː {dâ}  1 
Stella Ligurian: dɛ {dè}  1 
Venice Venetian: da-r {dar}  1 
Primiero Venetian: da-r {dar}  1 
Bellunese Venetian: da-r {dar}  1 
Old Italian: dˈa-re {dare}  1 
Standard Italian: dˈa-re {dare}  1 
Grosseto Italian: dˈa-re {dare}  1 
Foligno Italian: da {dà}  1 
Neapolitan: dˈa {dà}  1 
Logudorese: dˈa-re {dare}  1 
Campidanese: don-ˈay {donai}  -1 
Palermitan Sicilian: dˈa-ɾi {dari} ~ ɾˈa-ɾi {rari}  1 
Messinese Sicilian: dˈa-ɾɨ {dari}  1 
Catanian Sicilian: dˈa-ɾi {dari}  1 
South-Eastern Sicilian: dˈa-ɾi {dari}  1 
Central Catalan: dun-ˈa {donar}  2 
North-Western Catalan: don-ˈa {donar}  2 
Minorcan Catalan: dun-ˈa {donar}  2 
Castelló de la Plana Catalan: don-ˈa-ɾ {donar}  2 
Valencia Catalan: don-ˈa-ɾ {donar}  2 
Manises Catalan: don-ˈa-ɾ {donar}  2 
Castilian Spanish: da-ɾ {dar}  1 
Asturian: d-a-ɾ {dar}  1 
Standard Portuguese: da-ɾ {dar}  1 
Galician: da-ɾ {dar}  1 
Provençal Occitan: dun-ˈa {douna}  2 
Savoyard Franco-Provençal: baʎ-ˈiː {balyî}  3 
Old French: dõn-ˈeː-r {doner}  2 
Standard French: dɔn-e {donner}  2 
Picard: bay-e {bailler}  3 
Walloon: dün-e {duner} ~ nː-e {dner}  2 
Number: 34
Word: good
Archaic Latin: bˈɔn-ʊs {bonus}  1