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Here a brief vocabulary of the Crootch language is written.

The singular nouns only can have the next endings: -n (deen – "everything, all"), -k (muk – "a kid, a child"), -g (morvug – "an enemy, a nemesis"), -o (arkso – "a town, a city"), -r (myekhotar – "a bird"), -rh (burh – "a head"), -u (cakheyrhu – "a soul"), -z (froz – "a word"), -s (nuoriyookis – "a drawing, a painting"), -a (maekhlva – "a field"), -t (mzulfut – "a level"), -m (am – "a land"), -kh (ashaalkh – "a tribe"), -/ or -ll (shaal – "a night", shigill – "a morning"), -zh (azaalizh – "experience"), -i (shenooki – "control (noun))", -d (amkhleeyd – "landscape"), -p (kshaurip – "a lizard"), -f (galiinf – "an ocean").

The verbs in the tenses, which are not continuous, can end only with the next endings: -n (garrekun – "to erupt"), -m (dzoshum – "to close"), -r (joumungaar – "to calculate"), -sh (gel'vetosh – "to improve"), -a (toivachuga – "to deserve"), -i (vungi – "to notice"), -u (shukaru – "to fly, to dream"), -g (micugolzag – "to invent"), -t (kun'yoshet – "to shine"), -s (toivas – "to give"), -k (ek – "to go").

The adjectives can end only with the next endings: -i (cungul'yoshi – "typical"), -d (gel'ved – "good, nice"), -a (śiugella – "wise"); -l' or l or ll (choogel' – "similar", dzogul – "hard, difficult", otumaall – "important"), -z (anikhlcaaz – "thick"), -sh (vooruash – "dirty, messy"), -kh (viidulikh – "clear, understandable"), -n (kel'damon – "sweet"), -k (amshesarhuk – "tender, sensitive"), -t (tufgikhlaat – "sharp"), -u (mizutoru – "cunning"), e- (turhve – "bold, brave"); -o (kiisko – "young").

Basic adverbs

Jarhi – "there is, there are";

arhkye – "here";

tarhkye – "there";

arhko – "from here";

tarhko – "from there";

arhkyesarhuk, arhkyeden – "everywhere";

biarhoku, yocumeshi, icumeshi – "always";

tarhoku, tayokkul – "never, no way";

fingilla – "often, frequently";

shokhla – "after";

shavokhla – "right after";

inshokhla – "after it";

munshrok – "before, until";

munchul'go – "before, earlier";

shroka, dzokkali – "now";

nazukul, navokul – "again";

noshling – "still";

toiling – "yet";

dzolingkh – "sometimes";

shrolingkh – "this time";

dalingkh – "at the same time";

lingshot – "immediately";

bagolya – "daily, every day";

ashkaya – "weekly";

kishiin', ina-bagol-do – "today";

kishin'yaki – means something like "today and for some time in the nearest future";

aaco, na-bagol-do – "yesterday";

yoshiin', yoshin'yaki – "tomorrow";

tarhven, sishenmeli – "only";

tarhvia – "except for, besides";

intahvia – "except for in";

shal'vazu – "instead of";

antukshe – "even";

toirua, shel'geytuz – "quite, seriously";

chukuttu – "enough";

yozhi, kruyk – "much, many, a lot of";

yolla, ruochagella – "more";

shurdu – "less";

noshka – "then"

noshki – "sure, of course";

noshuki – "afterwards";

yoveran, noshkan' – "therefore";

droo, zereel' – "because of";

nadro, zereel' – "because of it, because of what";

koski, kośi, iroku, dumgel'ya – "also, too, as well";

sreeva – "although, though";

varkrukka – "nevertheless".

Interrogative pronouns

Kao? – "What?";

Norhk? – "Who?";

Kaco? – "Why?";

Kacen? – "What for? Why?";

Gao? – "Where?";

Ki? – "Which? What?";

Krok? – "How?";

Kinaflized? – "Which way? How?";

Ka-do? Ki-do? – "Wherewith?";

Nonga? – "Where ... from?";

Notkha? – "Where ... to?";

Kaum? – "What ... about?";

Norhkum? – "About whom?";

Norhku? – "Whose?".

The life and organism things

Velkha – "a human-being / a person";

runa – "a man / a male";

shuna – "a woman / a female";

muk – "a kid, a child";

mukamura – "children";

dzovakisug – "a teenager";

ki'isovelkha – "an oldman";

velkhamura – "people";

shingo – "a life";

raveshis – "a birth";

shingmura – "an organism";

gim – "a tooth";

gimgo – "a bone";

giumura – "a skeleton";

navgushlizg – "blood";

burh – "a head";

burhma – "a brain";

chonrokh – "hair";

vekh – "a face";

vun – "an eye";

guma – "an ear";

sheguma – "a mouth";

shadur – "a nose";

shaaba – "a stomack";

iska – "a tongue";

lyepo – "a neck";

eezog – "a leg";

turg – "a heart";

koyg – "a hand".

The nature things

Mounkhissa – "nature";

Eguski – "the Sun";

Lura – "the Earth";

Ilargi – "the Moon";

noodun – "the sky";

chinooko – "a forest";

marang – "a tree";

myedoos – "a plant";

kelidoos – "a berry";

orlyeguk – "grass";

savvaku – "a flower";

falguud – "a cave";

myekhotar – "a bird";

aran – "fish";

shlizg – "water";

mizuk – "a lake";

shvog – "a sea";

galiinf – "an ocean";

smava – "a mushroom";

dung – "a stone";

mendu – "a mountain";

shuimendu – "a volcano";

shuiguk, shuika – "fire, flame";

khuzhan – "rain";

kliz – "ice";

iklaayz – "snow";

kel'di – "sugar";

gaca – "salt";

fal'skraag – "a valley";

moonoren – "the weather";

lingra – "the time";

iklaash – "cold";

iklaashog – "coldness";

mekhlate – "warm";

mekhlashog – "heat";

shuigel'shugumorhu – "hot, torrid";

chori – "air";

niri – "the ground";

zraakh – "thunder";

dakhlu – "wind";

eridor – "a bear";

alunesha – "a wolf";

un'yassi – "a rabbit";

zaldi – "a horse";

m'yolg – "honey";

sil'veeso, sil'veyok – "energy";

ma'achagel'yok, machago – "magic, witchcraft";

kun'yok – "light";

kroozoavicheeka – "a spirit, a ghost";

vurkoda – "a creature";

vuurikrua – "an animal";

fugokhlaad – "a colour";

fugoshlizg, nushlizg – "juice, nectar".

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