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Can't shake no stick at this list, that's for sure. It will suffer no stick-shaking.
 

Original Word List

Just to Reiterate...

I used the following word list to create the Kele creole. I gave each word below a general definition; they're not set in stone. What's more, the Kele word for some of these words are not the same as its sister word here. However, having this list you can see how meanings changed (or, at least, you could if you had a dictionary, like I do). Also, many of these words are not basic words, but just words I wanted to have basic terms for. Artist's license. Also, in case you're interested, and so you don't have to go in with a calculator and bore yourself to death like I did, the total number of words is 365. You'd think I'd know that, since, over the course of a year, I invented one word a day, and then took the next five years to check them and make sure I was happy with them. I did nothing else during those six years; didn't even eat. But, it was all worthwhile. Below you'll find a handy "jump to" list, so you can access the words by category, and won't have to scroll through the whole behemoth. You can thank me monetarily.

 
  • Abstract Nouns
  • Actions
  • Animals!
  • Body Parts
  • Color Terms
  • Demonstratives
  • Descriptive Terms
  • Directionals
  • Emotion Words
  • Experience-Related Nouns
  • Expressions
  • Food!
  • Humans
  • Motion Words
  • Nouns and Co. Related to One's Condition
  • Numbers
  • Prepositions
  • Pronouns
  • Quantitative Terms
  • Substances
  • Temporal Words
  • Vegetation
  • WH-Words
  • Words for Naturally Occurring Phenomena


  • Expressions:

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    Yes

    aywa

    No

    o

    Maybe

    u

    Please

    ni

    Thank you

    hela

    You’re welcome

    heya

    Gasundheit

    mayno

    (Said when someone coughs)

    pasalu

    Hello

    hasa

    Goodbye

    nisi



    Pronouns:

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    I

    ma

    You

    ya

    S/he/it

    eni

    We

    ima

    You all

    iya

    They

    yeni



    WH-Words:

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    What

    e

    How

    say



    Prepositions:

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    At

    si

    With

    wa

    Of

    yu



    Demonstratives/Deictics:

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    Here

    kiwi

    There

    heye

    This

    ki

    That

    he



    Humans:

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    Mother

    may

    Father

    pay

    Parent

    awna

    Sister

    tali

    Brother

    tewi

    Sibling

    eli

    Son

    hulu

    Daughter

    yani

    Child

    kesi

    Man

    teka

    Woman

    maya

    Person/human being

    sa

    Boy

    mani

    Girl

    liya

    Baby

    ini

    Spouse

    haleya

    Family

    sawana

    Friend

    sali



    Animals:

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    Animal

    ko

    Bird

    yo

    Cat

    kanili

    Dog

    palani

    Fish

    nawa

    Horse

    we

    Insect

    hu

    Lizard

    hasa

    Tail

    puli

    Snake

    yaysi

    Sheep

    usi

    Pig

    tayko

    Monkey

    wawku

    Goat

    sanapo

    Mouse

    neko

    Cow

    mu

    Elephant

    niko

    Rabbit, bunny

    puka (cf. the movie Harvey)



    Color:

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    White

    ayla

    Black

    aw

    Red

    sami

    Yellow

    laysa

    Blue

    kawi

    Green

    tasi

    Orange

    naliya

    Purple

    omayu

    Pink

    semine

    Gray

    esa

    Brown

    owi

    Silver

    sayna

    Gold

    linesa

    Color

    yawla



    Numbers:

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    Zero

    kaw

    One

    a

    Two

    mi

    Three

    la

    Four

    pa

    Five

    se

    Six

    me

    Seven

    no

    Eight

    ka

    Nine

    taw

    Ten

    hay

    Number

    manu



    Vegetation:

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    Plant

    law

    Flower

    pelini

    Forest

    waysala

    Grass

    salasi

    Tree

    pawe

    Bush, shrub

    nuwe

    Seed

    lawko

    Leaf

    sako

    Fruit

    poma

    Vegetable

    lali

    Stick

    kisiwa

    Moss

    unali



    Substances:

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    Stuff

    ku

    Air

    osa

    Fire

    asi

    Earth, soil, dirt

    upale

    Water

    way

    Wood

    komu

    Metal

    meka

    Poison

    nayki

    Snow

    sawli

    Ice

    isami

    Liquid

    so

    Solid

    ape

    Gas

    ha

    Wind

    iso

    Rain

    lisa

    Fog

    kolu

    Sand

    ta

    Salt

    tisi

    Thunder

    po

    Lightning

    ayna

    Cloth

    na

    Blood

    emola

    Sugar

    mali

    Smoke

    yosa

    Powder

    uka

    Oil

    tawle

    Rock, stone

    nima



    Body Parts:

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    Arm

    ekale

    Back

    taka

    Body

    omiku

    Bone

    wesu (¿Háblas español?)

    Chest

    husuli

    Ear

    lewisu

    Elbow

    hapa

    Eye

    masa

    Face

    seka

    Finger

    loni

    Hair

    soma

    Hand

    hoko

    Head

    topo

    Heart

    iwa

    Knee

    uyeka

    Leg

    mepa

    Lip

    umu

    Mouth

    paw

    Muscle

    kusa

    Nail

    awko

    Neck

    aka

    Nose

    nay

    Skin

    wakawi

    Stomach

    pawla

    Toe

    unu

    Tongue

    nala

    Tooth

    tu



    Directionals:

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    North

    pama

    South

    tesa

    East

    kiya

    West

    huwa

    Up

    aya

    Down

    ulu

    Left

    elesu

    Right

    anaku



    Food:

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    Bread

    hona

    Butter

    uya

    Candy

    yeli

    Cheese

    kawna

    Dessert

    inasa

    Egg

    womo

    Food

    tay

    Milk

    hasila

    Nut

    noko

    Potato

    opa

    Rice

    koku

    Spice, herb

    elayu

    Tea

    ti

    Tofu

    haw



    Amount:

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    Much, many

    wo

    Few

    ye

    All

    te



    Emotion:

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    Happy

    leya

    Sad

    hawna

    Angry

    kusu

    Giggly, elated

    paysi

    Crazy, insane

    kusasi

    Distracted

    eyelo

    Afraid

    musu

    Embarrassed

    yuma

    In love

    kaymana

    Disappointed

    mulilu

    Bored

    wasa

    Serious

    oso

    Frustrated, agitated, irritated

    yoko

    Confused

    ewiyu

    Relaxed

    yala

    Lazy

    ipe

    Aroused

    oloyo

    Laughter

    nola

    Good

    seya

    Bad

    usu

    Want, desire, need

    holi

    Enjoyment

    kele

    Hate

    yesu

    Nervous, anxious

    upusa

    Excited

    naymasa



    Natural:

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    Mountain

    paka

    Ocean

    ipono

    Lake

    oki

    River

    sena

    Cloud

    wimi

    Plain, valley

    pe

    Cliff

    eko

    Island

    pekeli

    Sky

    imeya

    Sun

    siya

    Star

    hayseli

    Moon

    kama

    Desert

    upayno



    Condition:

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    Healthy, well

    sana

    Sick

    saw

    Hurt

    onu

    Cold

    sisi

    Hot

    sokasa

    Dead

    mo

    Alive

    omeno

    Itchy

    yay

    Intoxicated

    maw

    Asleep

    eyu

    Awake

    wi

    Warm

    ukesi

    Hunger

    milo

    Thirst

    naw

    Able

    pele

    To cough

    wika

    To sneeze

    yusa



    Time and Tide:

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    Day

    sayana

    Night

    mulaya

    To start

    naya

    To stop

    numa

    Soon

    nawla

    Now

    kay

    Time

    lu

    Minute

    ne

    Hour

    tilo

    Week

    nesu

    Month

    ayma

    Year

    lay

    Then

    i



    Motion:

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    To come

    hele

    To dance

    tala

    To fall

    silu

    To fly

    wela

    To go, to move

    ala

    To jump

    hala

    To lie down

    iko

    To play

    awana

    To sit

    ponu

    To stand

    yasa

    To stretch

    kiyawsa

    To swim

    nipa

    To twist

    oyuno

    To yawn

    mawna



    Descriptive:

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    Beautiful

    kayli

    Big

    weya

    Bitter

    weka

    Bright

    hayli

    Broken

    manako

    Clean

    oli

    Correct

    nuya

    Dangerous

    tapu

    Dark

    kalu

    Deep

    uwa

    Dirty

    tolasi

    Dry

    sapa

    Dull

    pu

    Empty

    ulane

    Far

    hinowo

    Fast

    asa

    Fat

    kuwosa

    Full

    osuna

    Hard

    moke

    Heavy

    umesu

    Little

    noni

    Long

    solano

    Loose

    ewana

    Loud

    wopane

    Narrow

    opemi

    Near

    loye

    New

    yuli

    Old

    oweno

    Other

    anu

    Quiet

    isala

    Rough

    tanaka

    Round

    losi

    Sharp

    isayka

    Short

    toki

    Slow

    lima

    Smooth

    naysu

    Soft

    hawla

    Sour

    pino

    Square

    tene

    Stiff

    tiki

    Straight

    luka

    Strange

    lilono

    Strong

    ono

    Sweet

    wilusi

    Tall

    kamasi

    Thick

    polo

    Thin

    isu

    Tight

    ele

    Weak

    towa

    Wet

    alu

    Wide

    epuso

    Young

    peyule



    Abstract:

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    Ball

    naki

    Bed

    ama

    Book

    ilo

    Cup, glass, jar

    tuka

    Door, gate

    mola

    House

    pale

    Machine

    nu

    Music

    konele

    Place

    le

    Plate, bowl

    pi

    Reason, purpose

    su

    Room

    ho

    Sex (not gender)

    oye

    Thing

    ke

    Wave

    waw (cf. Middle Egyptian)



    Experience:

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    To breathe

    hi

    To feel, to touch

    tayla

    To forget

    yaw

    To hear

    weyu

    To know

    kisa

    To see

    ay

    To smell

    eso

    To smile

    misi

    To think

    hima

    To urinate

    supu (cf. Arabic)



    Action!:

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    To cook

    isa

    To close

    to

    To cry

    muna

    To cut

    oko

    To eat

    maka

    To fight

    heku

    To give

    li

    To help

    nela

    To hold

    saya

    To hug

    emi

    To kill

    pawasu

    To kiss

    miyu (Vampire Princess!)

    To make, to create, to build

    lo

    To meet

    tapa

    To name

    ana

    To open

    nase

    To pull

    lusa

    To push

    kesa

    To read

    amala

    To rub

    wama

    To say, to talk

    ina

    To sing

    ayala

    To throw

    lasa

    To tie (together)

    sula

    To wash

    limiya

    To win

    epa

    To work

    pila

    To write

    kawa


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