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BAT

bat

Adyghe: чэшыбзу /t͡ʃaʃebsəw/; хъэпрашъо /χapraːʂʷa/

Alemannic

Angloromani

Aragonese: Moriciego /moɾi’θjeɣo/; Murciacalo /muɾθja’kalo/

Arberesh

Aromanian: Pul’iu di noaptea; Nihtirida; Burduljac

Astur-leonese

  • Asturian: Esperteyu /espeɾ’teju/

Balkan Gagauz

Basque: Saguzar /s̻agus̺ar/; Zapo-ainara /s̻apo.aɲaɾa/

Bavarian

Breton: Lostigell; Askell-groc’hen; Logodenn-dall

Calo

Cappadocian

Catalan: Rat-penat /ˌratpə’nat/ – /ˌratpen’at/ Rata-pinyada/ˌratəpi’ɲaðə/ – /ˌratapi’ɲaða/; Muricec /muɾi’sek/

Chechen: бирдолаг

Cornish: Askel grohen

Corsican

Crimean Tatar: Qırmısqa

Djudaeo-Spanish: Murcielago /muɾθje’laɣo/

Elfdalian

Emilian-Romagnol: Papastrèl

Erromintxela

Erzya

Faroese: Flogmús

Franco-Provençal: Ratavolîre / Ratouliva

Friulian

Gaelic (Scottish): Ialtag

Gagauz

Galician: Morcego /moɾ’θɛɣo/

Gallo: Souri-chaode

Greko: Taddarita

High Franconian

Inari Saami

Ingrian

Irish: Ialtóg

Istriot

Istro-Romanian

Kashubian

Karaim

Kildin Saami

Ladin

Lemko

Ligurian

  • Monégasque: Ratapignata

Limburgish: Vleermuis

Livonian

Lombard:

Low Saxon: Fleddermuus; Fladdermüüs

  • Western Low Saxon: Vleermoes

Lower Sorbian: Njetopyŕ /ˈnʲɛtɔpɨrʲ/

Lule Saami

Luxembourgish: Fliedermaus; Flantermaus

Maltese: Farfett il-lejl /fɐrˈfɛtːɪˌlːɛjl/

Manx: Craitnag

Masurian

Megleno-Romanian

Minderico

Neapolitan

Norman: Câoque-souris / Souris-câole

  • Jèrriais: Caûque-souothis

North Frisian: Miir

Northern Saami

Occitan

  • Aranese: Arrata-cauda /a’ratɔ’kau̯ðɔ/; Ratapenada /ˌratɔpe’naðɔ/
  • Languedocien: Ratapenada /ˌratɔpe’naðɔ/

Picard: Soérie-volante; Coucoutsoérie

Piedmontese

Pite Saami

Pontic

Romani: Liliako

Romansh: Utschè-mezmieur; Utschè-mezmür

Rusyn

Sardinian: Ragabedde; Alibedde; Tzintzimurreddu

Saterland Frisian

Scots: Baukie

Shelta

Sicilian: Taddarita; Taddarica; Sùrici vecchiu

Silesian

Skolt Saami

Southern Saami

Tsakonian

Ter Saami

Ume Saami

Upper Sorbian

Venetian

Vepsian

Voro

Votic

Walloon: Tchawe-sori; Tchet-sori

Welsh: Ystlum

West Frisian: Flearmûs

Wymysorys: Fłotermoüz

Yiddish: פֿלעדערמויז (fledermoyz)

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Posted in Animals, Ant, Vocabulary

ANT

ant

 

Adyghe: къамзэгу /qaːmzaɡʷ/; хъанзэгу /χaːnzaɡʷ/; хъумпӏэцӏэдж /χʷmpʼat͡ʃʼad͡ʒ/

Alemannic

  • Alsatian: Àmeis

Angloromani

Aragonese: Formiga /foɾ’miɣa/

Arberesh

Aromanian: Furnicâ; Sfârnicâ

Astur-leonese

  • Asturian: Formiga /foɾ’miɣa/

Balkan Gagauz

Basque: Inurri /i’ɲuri/;  Xinaurri /ʃi’ɲau̯ri/;  Txindurri /t͡ʃin’duri/

Bavarian

Breton: Merienennm

Calo

Cappadocian

Catalan: Formiga /fuɾ’miɣə/ – /foɾ’miɣa/

Chechen: зингат

Cornish: Moryonen

Corsican: Furmìcula

Crimean Tatar: Qırmısqa

Djudaeo-Spanish: Hormiga /oɾ’miɣa/

Elfdalian

Emilian-Romagnol: Furmîga

Erromintxela

Erzya: коткудав

Faroese: Meyra

Franco-Provençal: Fromi /fʁo’mi/

Friulian: Furmie / Furmìe

Gaelic (Scottish): Seangan

Gagauz

Galician: Formiga /foɾ’miɣa/

Gallo: Fromi /fʁo’mi/;  Fremi /fʁə’mi/

Greko

High Franconian

Inari Saami

Ingrian

Irish: Seangán

Istriot: Furmeîga

Istro-Romanian: Frunigĕ

Kashubian

Karaim

Kildin Saami

Ladin

Lemko

Ligurian

  • Monégasque: Furmiga

Limburgish: Aomezeik /’ɔːmzɛi̯k/; Aomzeiksel /’ɔːmzɛi̯ksl̩/

Livonian

Lombard:

Low Saxon

  • Drèents: Gresmieger / Miegerd / Mieghummel / Pismieger
  • Western Low Saxon: Miegamp

Lower Sorbian: Mroja /ˈmrɔja/

Lule Saami

Luxembourgish: Seechomes

Maltese: Nemla

Manx: Sniengan

Masurian

Megleno-Romanian

Minderico

Neapolitan

Norman: Frémin

  • Jèrriais: Freunmion; Frémîn

North Frisian: Miir

Northern Saami

Occitan

  • Aranese: Hormiga /'(h)uɾmiɣɔ/
  • Languedocien: Formiga /’fuɾmiɣɔ/

Picard: Fourmiche; Freumion

Piedmontese

Pite Saami

Pontic

Romani

Romansh: Furmicla

Rusyn

Sardinian

Saterland Frisian: Miegelke

Scots: Eemock; Pishmire

Shelta

Sicilian: Furmicula /fuɾˈmikula/; Furmica /fuɾˈmika/

Silesian

Skolt Saami

Southern Saami

Tsakonian

Ter Saami

Ume Saami

Upper Sorbian: Mrowja

Venetian: Formìga

Vepsian

Voro

Votic

Walloon: Frumijhe;  Copixhe

Welsh: Morgrugyn

West Frisian: Eamelder; Mychammel

Wymysorys

Yiddish: מוראַשקע(murashke)

Posted in Lombard, Romance Languages, Vegetables

The vegetables – I vejetai

vegetables

 

I VEJETAI (Vegetables)

Artichoke: Articioc

Asparagus: Sparj

Aubergine / Eggplant: Mares’jana

Avocado: Avocad

Bean: Fasœl

Beetroot: Biedrava

Cabbage: Cavol

Carrot: Carotola

Cauliflower: Cavolfior

Celery: Seller

Corn: Formenton

Courgette / Zucchini: Zuqeta

Cucumber: Cucumer

Chicory: Zucoria

Garlic: Ai

Leek: Porr

Lentil: Lantija

Lettuce: Latuga

Mushroom: Fonj

Onion: Cigolla

Parsley: Erborin

Pea: Arbion / Erbion

Potato: Pom de terra

Pumpkin: Zuca

Radish: Ravanell

Rice: Ris

Salad: Insalata

Shallot: Çalogn

Spinach: Spinaz

Tomato: Tomatis

Turnip: Rava

Posted in Family, Lombard, Romance Languages

The family – La familia

family

LA FAMILIA (The Family)

Father: Pader / Pà

Mother: Mader / Mama

Parents: Jenitor

Grandfather: Nono / Papagrand / Pagrand

Grandmother: Nona / Mamagranda

Grandparents: Noni

Brother: Fradell

Sister: Sorella

Cousin: Cusin

Uncle: Zio / Barba

Aunt: Zia / Ameda

Son: Fiœl

Daughter: Fiœla

Children: Fiœi

Nephew: Nevod

Niece: Nevoda

Father-in-law: Socer

Mother-in-law: Socera

Parents-in-law: Socer

Brother-in-law: Cognad

Sister-in-law: Cognada

Son-in-law: Jener

Daughter-in-law: Nœra

Posted in Germanic, Numbers, West Germanic, Wymysorys

Wymysorys – Dy coła

numbers

  1. Ás
  2. Cwa
  3. Dráj
  4. Fiyr
  5. Fynf / Fymf
  6. Záhs
  7. Zejwa
  8. Aht
  9. Noün
  10. Can
  11. Álf
  12. Cwełf
  13. Dreca
  14. Fjyca
  15. Funfca
  16. Áncwencikca
  17. Zymfca / Zynfca
  18. Ahca
  19. Niöenca
  20. Cwencik
  21. Ánáncwencik
  22. Cwejáncwencik
  23. Drájáncwenwik
  24. Fjyráncwencwik
  25. Fynfáncwencik
  26. Záhsáncwencik
  27. Zejwaáncwencik
  28. Ahtáncwencik
  29. Noünáncwencik
  30. Dresik

40. Fjycik

50. Funfcik / Fumfcik

60. Záhcik

70. Zymfcik

80. Ahcik

90. Niöencik

100. Hundyt