Semantic Domains 1: Universe, creation

1 Universe, creation
    jis [jis] – Existance
    jisuk [jis.uk] – All existance
    el [el] – World
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    lif [lif] – Sky
    lilaft [li.ˈlɑft] – Outdoors (lit. skyplace)
    Golif [ɣo.lif] – Sun (lit. sky shine)
    burZINk [buɻʒɪŋk] – Eclipse
1.1.1.1 Moon
    Gojn [ɣojn] – Moon

1.1.1.2 Star

    dolve [dol.ˈve] – Star

1.1.1.3 Planet

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1.1.2 Air

1.1.2.1 Blow air

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    wOllif [wəʔ.ˈlif] – Weather. (lit. Sky face)
    haS [hɑʃ] – Wind
    fUf [fʊf] – Cloud
    fUf [fʊf] – Fog
    fUf [fʊf] – Vapor
    fUf [fʊf] – Steam

1.1.3.3 Rain
    tajnl [ˈtɑjn.l̩] – Rain
1.1.3.4 Snow, ice

    haf [hɑf] – Snow
    skin [skin] – Ice
    sUlskin [sʊl.ˈskin] – Icicle (lit. ice thorn)

1.1.3.5 Storm

    gAnbre [gæn.ˈbɻe] – Storm

1.1.3.8 Drought

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1.1.4 Seasons
    meltas [mel.tɑs] – Spring
    hjolIs [hjo.lɪs] – Summer
    foZ [vo.fæl] – Autumn
    kala [kɑ.lɑ] – Winter

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1.2.1 Land

    pelam [ˈpe.lɑm] – Land
    pem [pem] – Ground
    dzAg [dzæg] – Mountain
    kaz [kɑz] – Mountain
    wUl [ɰʊl] – Hill
    groSk [gɻoʃk] – Avalanche

1.2.1.2 Volcano

    jUSk [jʊʃk] – Grass
    jUlaSk [jʊ.ˈlɑʃk] – Field (lit. grass place)

1.2.1.4 Valley
1.2.1.5 Underground

    hAzd [hæzd] – Cave

    pelamol kin [ˈpe.lɑm.ol kin] – Underdark (lit. great underground place)

    dlelav [dɻe.ˈlɑv] – Forest
    drev [dɻev] – Tree
    drev [dɻe.vʊf] – Trees

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    SAsk [ʃæsk] – Dust, powder
1.2.2.1 Energy
    vo [hæ.ˈlɪʒ] – Energy
    gelt [hæ.ˈlɪz.ɪʒ] – Energetic
    denjI [de.njɪ] – Sand
    delanjI [de.ˈlɑn.jɪ] – Sand place
    boh [boʔ] – Gravel

1.2.2.2 Rock

    grot [gɻot] – Stone
    kojm [kojm] – Salt
    eN [eŋ] – Iron
    gelt [gelt] – Gold

1.2.2.5 Jewel

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1.2.3 Solid, liquid, gas
1.2.3.1 Liquid
1.2.3.2 Oil
1.2.3.3 Gas

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1.3 Water

    foZ [foʒ] – Water
    arvah [ɑɻ.vɑh] – Pond or lake 

1.3.1.1 Ocean, lake

    vrojkkim [ˈvɻoj.kʼim] – Ocean

    vrojk [ˈvɻojk] – Salt water
1.3.1.2 Swamp

    kajxo [ˈkɑj.xo] – Swamp
1.3.1.3 River

    krojek [kɻo.jek] – River

1.3.1.5 Island, shore

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1.3.2 Movement of water
1.3.2.1 Flow
1.3.2.2 Pour

    vAlO [væ.lə] – Pour

1.3.2.5 Calm, rough
1.3.2.6 Tide

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1.3.3 Wet
1.3.3.1 Dry
1.3.4 Be in water
1.3.5 Solutions of water
1.3.6 Water quality

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    govn [gov.n̩] – Life
    goven [go.ven] – An instance of a life
    govnars [gov.nɑɻs] – Undead (lit Life-un)

1.4.1 Dead things

    vemnos [ˈvem.nos] – Spirit 

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    kAlp [kælp] – Plant
    tjIm [tjɪm] – Herb
    drev [dɻev] – Tree
    fedIh [fe.ˈdɪh] – Oak
    rug [ɻug] – Shrub, bush
    rImoj [ɻɪ.moj] – Vine
    nefTu [nef.tʼuʔ] – Mold

1.5.5 Parts of a plant

    mag [mɑg] – Root
    Stel [ʃtel] – Leaf
    sUl [sʊl] – Thorn
    harO [ˈhɑ.ɾə] – Grow (as in plants)

1.5.7 Plant diseases

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    gUfan [gʊ.fɑn] – Animal. Derived from [gov.n̩], Life.

1.6.1 Types of animals

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1.6.1.1 Mammal
1.6.1.1.1 Primate
1.6.1.1.2 Carnivore

    woZar [ɰo.ʒɑɻ] – Horse
    Ildr [ˈɪl.dɻ̩] – Elk, deer, moose
    skim [skim] – Sheep, goats
    nIm [nɪm] – Rat, mouse

1.6.1.1.5 Marsupial

1.6.1.1.6 Anteater, aardvark

    gorl [goɻ.ɭ̩] – Whale

1.6.1.1.8 Bat

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    voG [voɣ] – Bird of prey
    wOG [ɰəɣ] – Song bird
    wak [ɰɑk] – Waterfowl

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1.6.1.3 Reptile

    AghArAg [æg.ˈhæ.ɾæg] – Dragon
    irkot [iɻ.kot] – Lizard

1.6.1.3.3 Turtle

    barkat [ˈbɑɻ.ˈkɑt] – Turtle

1.6.1.3.4 Crocodile

    kjen [kjen] – Frog

1.6.1.5 Fish

    Goti [ˈɣo.ti] – Fish

1.6.1.6 Shark, ray

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1.6.1.7 Insect

    tens [tens] – Insect, bug
    skrot [skɻot] – Small furry animals

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    spAlk [spælk] – Claw
    vak [vɑk] – Horn
    hwan [hɰɑn] – Wing

1.6.2.2 Parts of a reptile
1.6.2.3 Parts of a fish
1.6.2.4 Parts of an insect
1.6.2.5 Parts of small animals

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1.6.3 Animal life cycle

1.6.4.1 Animal movement
1.6.4.2 Animal eating
1.6.4.3 Animal sounds
1.6.5 Animal home
1.6.6 Animal group
1.6.7 Male and female animals

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1.7 Nature, environment 

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