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English Peoplese Explanation Definition
(no English equivalent) acasual Without cause
(no English equivalent) adadjective Def.: a word modifying an adjective. E.g. "pale" in "pale blue shirt"
(no English equivalent) airplane∙dock
(no English equivalent) airplane∙docks
(no English equivalent) apartheidization
(no English equivalent) areligious Def.: without concern about religion
(no English equivalent) asho (adapted from Portuguese "acho") Chinese 觉得 . Close to English "think" as in "I think so" (but not exclusively mental), or "feel" as in "I feel like watching a move
(no English equivalent) bahalana (from Tagalog, Cebuana) "some what may" attitute
(no English equivalent) bayot (from Cebuano) Male homosexual.
(no English equivalent) bayots (from Cebuano) Male homosexual.
(no English equivalent) beforeward Opposite of "afterward".
(no English equivalent) bindi
(no English equivalent) bindis
(no English equivalent) bing
(no English equivalent) bings
(no English equivalent) biting∙truth (no English equivalent)
(no English equivalent) biting∙truths
(no English equivalent) chapati South Asia thin round unleavened bread
(no English equivalent) chapatis South Asia thin round unleavened bread
(no English equivalent) chaperoneship
(no English equivalent) chaperoneships
(no English equivalent) chune Def.: A general word for animal groups who live together. From Mandarin Chinese, 群 qún. English "flock" of birds, "herd" of cows, "school" of fishes, "tribe" of mo
(no English equivalent) chunes Def.: A general word for animal groups who live together. From Mandarin Chinese, 群 qún. English "flock" of birds, "herd" of cows, "school" of fishes, "tribe" of mo
(no English equivalent) chutzpah (from Yiddish) Boldness coupled with extreme self-confidence.
(No English equivalent) city∙peoples
(No English equivalent) clucky (from Australian English) eager to have children
(no English equivalent) devote۔or۔mate Fellow devotee
(no English equivalent) devote۔or۔mates Fellow devotee
(No English equivalent) door∙attendors
(No English equivalent) dualization
(no English equivalent) dumbfoundment (noun)
(No English equivalent) ear∙witness (no English equivalent)
(No English equivalent) ear∙witnesses
(no English equivalent) ekstatis (from Greek) A stepping outside of the normal path.
(No English equivalent) eldors∙home (no English equivalent)
(No English equivalent) eldors∙homes
(No English equivalent) energy∙matter (no English equivalent)
(No English equivalent) eternal∙infinte (no English equivalent)
(No English equivalent) eternity∙infinity (no English equivalent)
(no English equivalent) evenin۔y
(No English equivalent) eventuate 'Absonite beings are eventuated
  • Definition
    • they are not created, they simple are.'
(No English equivalent) eventuate۔d 'Absonite beings are eventuated
  • Definition
    • they are not created, they simple are.'
(No English equivalent) fatwa
(No English equivalent) fatwas
(no English equivalent) fetuscide (noun) the killing of a fetus, including an unborn human offspring after 8 weeks of development
(no English equivalent) fetuscides (noun) the killing of a fetus, including an unborn human offspring after 8 weeks of development
(No English equivalent) galaxy∙centrals
(no English equivalent) gallows Singular of English "gallows"
(no English equivalent) herd۔mates
(No English equivalent) here∙now (no English equivalent)
(no English equivalent) hijab Headscarf worn by Muslim women.
(no English equivalent) hijabs Headscarf worn by Muslim women.
(no English equivalent) hindidot Dot painted on forehead of Hindi religion observerss.
(no English equivalent) hindidots Dot painted on forehead of Hindi religion observerss.
(no English equivalent) howzit '(from Hawaiian) a greeting, condense from English "How is it going?" More intimate than "hi" or "hello"
(no English equivalent) hyphen∙et
(no English equivalent) hyphen∙ets
(No English equivalent) infinite∙eternal (no English equivalent)
(No English equivalent) infinity∙eternity (no English equivalent)
(no English equivalent) interplanet Akin to "international", "interstellar". Occurring among planets.
(no English equivalent) interplanets Akin to "international", "interstellar". Occurring among planets.
(no English equivalent) irrationalization Bogus rationalization to justify erroneous behavior
(no English equivalent) irrationalizations Bogus rationalizations to justify erroneous behavior
(No English equivalent) irrationalize۔or
(No English equivalent) irrationalize۔ors
(no English equivalent) jeepney 'In Philippines, a jitney bus converted from a Jeep. (probaby originally) A small bus
(no English equivalent) jeepneys Jeepneys
(no English equivalent) jellabiya Robe-like cotton garmet, ankle length, with loose sleeves, usually white in summer, worn by men in NE Africa.
(no English equivalent) jellabiyas Robe-like cotton garmet, ankle length, with loose sleeves, usually white in summer, worn by men in NE Africa.
(no English equivalent) kanai (from Hebrew) A person who is zealous on behalf of God.
(no English equivalent) kanais (from Hebrew) A person who is zealous on behalf of God.
(no English equivalent) karoshi Def.: death from over-work (Japanese)
(no English equivalent) keffeyeh A cotton headdress worn by some Arab men
(no English equivalent) keffeyehs A cotton headdress worn by some Arab men
(no English equivalent) kenosis (from Greek) An emptying of selfishness preparation for spiritual insight.
(no English equivalent) ladyboy Effeminate man" (from Thai, Tagalog, and other languages) (no English equivalent);ladyboys;"effeminate man" (from Thai, Tagalog, and other languages) (no English equiva
(no English equivalent) oos∙all You all (plural, familiar)
(no English equivalent) oos∙both You both (plural, familiar)
(No English equivalent) oversoul
(no English equivalent) Peoplese The species language of people.
(no English equivalent) ping '(noun) an utterance that needs a response
(no English equivalent) ping (noun) initial utterance, whose causational response is "pong"
(no English equivalent) pings '(noun) an utterance that needs a response
(no English equivalent) pocket∙clock
(no English equivalent) pocket∙clocks
(no English equivalent) pong (noun) the response to a "ping" (an utterance that needs a response)
(no English equivalent) prehension (per Alfred North Whitehead) Influential perception by something animate or inanimate.
(no English equivalent) robinhood Def.: a person who steals from the rich to give to the poor.
(no English equivalent) robinhoods Def.: a person who steals from the rich to give to the poor.
(No English equivalent) sail∙ship (no English equivalent)
(No English equivalent) sail∙ships
(no English equivalent) sari
(no English equivalent) saris
(no English equivalent) satsang
(no English equivalent) satsangs
(no English equivalent) satyagraha (per Mahatma Gandhi) "truth force", a particular political philosophy and practice within the category of nonviolent resistence to achieve political goals.
(No English equivalent) see∙hear (no English equivalent)
(No English equivalent) see∙hear۔d (no English equivalent)
(No English equivalent) see∙hear۔ing (no English equivalent)
(No English equivalent) seraphic
(No English equivalent) seraphim
(no English equivalent) soundpitch۔y
(no English equivalent) spiritlife Life with a spiritual aspect, e.g. humans. Does not include pure spirit, e.g. God and angels.
(no English equivalent) spiritlifes Life with a spiritual aspect, e.g. humans. Does not include pure spirit, e.g. God and angels.
(no English equivalent) statuize
(no English equivalent) table۔et
(no English equivalent) table۔ets
(No English equivalent) 'ta''s' (no English equivalent)
(No English equivalent) 'ta''s'
(No English equivalent) taself (no English equivalent)
(No English equivalent) taselfs
(No English equivalent) tea∙cup۔full (no English equivalent)
(No English equivalent) tea∙cup۔fulls
(No English equivalent) time∙places
(No English equivalent) time∙spaces
(no English equivalent) titanik۔d Def.: sunk irretrievably low (e.g. business, romance)
(no English equivalent) titanik۔ing Def.: sinking irretrievably low (e.g. business, romance)
(no English equivalent) trisikad Philippine languages: A three-wheeled pedaled vehicle with a rear double-seat for transforting passengers.
(no English equivalent) trisikads Philippine languages: A three-wheeled pedaled vehicle with a rear double-seat for transforting passengers.
(No English equivalent) truth∙tellors
(No English equivalent) truth∙twist (no English equivalent)
(No English equivalent) truth∙twists
(no English equivalent) truthrage
(no English equivalent) want∙need 'Weaker than "need-want", stronger than "want"
(No English equivalent) want∙need (no English equivalent)
(No English equivalent) want∙needs
(No English equivalent) watch∙listen۔or
(No English equivalent) watch∙listen۔ors
(No English equivalent) watch∙listen (no English equivalent)
(No English equivalent) watch∙listen۔d (no English equivalent)
(No English equivalent) watch∙listen۔ing (no English equivalent)
(no English equivalent) weaponize
(No English equivalent) wife∙mothers
(no English equivalent) woodstick (noun) a short, thin piece of wood
(no English equivalent) woodsticks (noun) a short, thin piece of wood
(no English equivalent) zana (from Arabic) Self-indulgent guesswork about unproveable matters that cause quarelsomeness.
(no English equivalent) zanas (from Arabic) Self-indulgent guesswork about unproveable matters that cause quarelsomeness.
(synonym for "mine") 'me''s'
(synonym for "our") 'we''s'
'bachelor''s degree' baka certificate
'bachelor''s degrees' baka certificates
'bull''s eye' bullseye
'bull''s eyes' bullseyes
'can''t' cant
'
'couldn''t' could not
'could''ve' could have
'didn''t' dint
'doesn''t' dont
'don''t' dont
'hadn''t' had not
'hasn''t' have not
'haven''t' have not
'he''d' he had
'he''d' he would
'he''ll' he will
'here''s' here is
'he''s' he have
'he''s' he is
'hors d''oeuvre' orderve
'hors d''oeuvres' orderves
'how''d' how had
'how''d' how would
'how''ll' how will
'how''s' how have
'how''s' how is
'i''d' i had
'i''d' i would
'i''ll' i will
'i''m' i am
'isn''t' is not
'it''d' it had
'it''ll' it will
'it''s' it have
'it''s' it is
'i''ve' i have
'let''s' let us
'shan''t' shall not
'she''d' she had
'she''d' she would
'she''ll' she will
'she''s' she have
'she''s' she is
'shouldn''t' should not
'should''ve' should have
'that''d' that had
'that''d' that would
'that''ll' that will
'that''s' that have
'that''s' that is
'there''s' there have
'there''s' there is
'they''d' they had
'they''d' they would
'they''ll' they will
'they''re' they are
'they''ve' they have
'''twas' it was
'wasn''t' was not
'we''d' we had
'we''d' we would
'we''ll' we will
'we''re' we are
'weren''t' were not
'we''ve' we have
'what''d' what had
'what''d' what would
'what''ll' what will
'what''re' what are
'what''s' what have
'what''s' what is
'when''d' when had
'when''d' when would
'when''ll' when will
'when''s' when have
'when''s' when is
'where''d' where had
'where''d' where would
'where''ll' where will
'where''s' where have
'where''s' where is
'who''d' who had
'who''d' who would
'who''ll' who will
'who''s' who have
'who''s' who is
'why''d' why had
'why''d' why would
'why''ll' why will
'why''s' why have
'why''s' why is
'won''t' wont
'wouldn''t' would not
'would''ve' would have
'you''d' you had
'you''d' you would
'you''ll' you will
'you''re' you are
'you''ve' you have

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