fur ardi
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 2.0
la ardere Source: English Wiktionary
fur cjadê
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 2.0
la cadere Source: English Wiktionary
fur diu
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 2.0
la deus Source: English Wiktionary
en skylark (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 2.0
fur lodule Sources: German Wiktionary and English Wiktionary
en pear (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 2.0
fur piruč Sources: German Wiktionary and English Wiktionary
en night (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 2.0
fur gnot Sources: German Wiktionary and English Wiktionary
en stomach (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 2.0
fur stomi Sources: German Wiktionary and English Wiktionary
en autumn (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 2.0
fur autun Source: English Wiktionary
fur savê
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 2.0
la sapere Source: English Wiktionary
sh pladanj
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 2.0
fur pladine Source: English Wiktionary
fur muardi
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 2.0
la mordere Source: English Wiktionary
fr abusif (a)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 2.0
fur abusîv Sources: German Wiktionary and French Wiktionary
en autumn (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 2.0
fur atom Source: English Wiktionary
fur nestris
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur gno Source: English Wiktionary
fur rompi (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur rot Source: English Wiktionary
fur lis noiis
― FormOf ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur noie (n) Source: German Wiktionary
fur scori (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur cori Source: English Wiktionary
fur someant (a)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en similar Source: English Wiktionary
de zwiebel (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur cevole Source: German Wiktionary
en be born (v)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur nassi Source: English Wiktionary
fur i volants
― FormOf ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur volant (n) Source: German Wiktionary
fur scuindi (v)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur platâ Source: English Wiktionary
fr torviscosa (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur tor di zuin Source: French Wiktionary
en portuguese (a)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur portughês Source: English Wiktionary
fur fasûl
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
la phaseolus Source: English Wiktionary
fur cenâ (v)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur gustâ Source: English Wiktionary
fur ciert (a)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en sure Source: English Wiktionary
fur tivid (a)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en tepid Source: English Wiktionary
en beg (v)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur cirî Source: English Wiktionary
fur dêt
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
la digitus Source: English Wiktionary
fur duche
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
la dux Source: English Wiktionary
en grape (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur ue Source: English Wiktionary
fur straviâ (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en amuse Source: English Wiktionary
fur zuiadôr (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur zuiade Source: English Wiktionary
fur lassâ (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en allow Source: English Wiktionary
fur inglaçâ
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
la glaciare Source: English Wiktionary
en first aid (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur prin socors Source: English Wiktionary
fur gose
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
la gusia Source: English Wiktionary
fur aviert
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
la apertus Source: English Wiktionary
fur stramudâ (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en move away Source: English Wiktionary
fur muart (n)
― Antonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur vite Source: English Wiktionary
fur cjamare (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en chamber Source: English Wiktionary
fur (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur zornade Source: English Wiktionary
fur glaçâ (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur inglaçâ Source: English Wiktionary
fur madûr (a)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en ripe Source: English Wiktionary
en equal (a)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur avuâl Source: English Wiktionary
fur scjaldâ (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur cjalt Source: English Wiktionary
fur pustot (a)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en untilled Source: English Wiktionary
en mendelevium (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur mendelevi Source: English Wiktionary
fur leâl (a)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur lealism Source: English Wiktionary
fur fersorie (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur fridi Source: English Wiktionary
fr seconde guerre mondiale (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur seconde vuere mondiâl Source: French Wiktionary
fur cjarvonâr (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en coal Source: English Wiktionary
fur vieli (a)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur anzian Source: English Wiktionary
fur passâ (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pass Source: English Wiktionary
fur cjar (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en wagon Source: English Wiktionary
fur agadôr (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en ditch Source: English Wiktionary
fur rogne
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
la aranea Source: English Wiktionary
en italian (a)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur talian Source: English Wiktionary
fur inglačâ (v)
― FormOf ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur inglaçâ Source: English Wiktionary
fur plee (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en pleat Source: English Wiktionary
fur puartâsi (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en behave Source: English Wiktionary
fur nestri
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur gno Source: English Wiktionary
en understand (v)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur capî Source: English Wiktionary
fur crepâ (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en die Source: English Wiktionary
fur dolôr (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur dulî Source: English Wiktionary
it prostituta (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur prostitude Source: German Wiktionary
en forest (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur selve Source: English Wiktionary
fur soç (a)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
de schmutzig Source: German Wiktionary
en lie (v)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur mintî Source: English Wiktionary
en horn (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur cuar Source: English Wiktionary
fur fede (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur piore Source: English Wiktionary
fur stret (a)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur strent Source: English Wiktionary
en greek (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur greche Source: English Wiktionary
fr buse (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur poiane Source: French Wiktionary
fur someant (a)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en alike Source: English Wiktionary
fur paîs (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en village Source: English Wiktionary
fur un
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
la unus Source: English Wiktionary
fur inglaçâ (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en freeze Source: English Wiktionary
fur maridâ (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en marry Source: English Wiktionary
fur tredis
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
la tredecim Source: English Wiktionary
en green (a)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur vert Source: English Wiktionary
it lezzo (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur tuf Source: German Wiktionary
fur avierzi (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en open Source: English Wiktionary
de kerze (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur cjandele Source: German Wiktionary
fur venis (n)
― FormOf ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur vene Source: English Wiktionary
fur strieč
― DerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur strie (n) Source: English Wiktionary
en rotten (a)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur fraid Source: English Wiktionary
en raven (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur corvat Source: English Wiktionary
fur par
― EtymologicallyDerivedFrom ⟶
Weight: 1.0
la per Source: English Wiktionary
fur convinci (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en convince Source: English Wiktionary
fr nickel (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur nichel Source: French Wiktionary
en recipe (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur ricete Source: English Wiktionary
fur nore (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur brût Source: English Wiktionary
fur lis pastis di dincj
― FormOf ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur paste di dincj Source: German Wiktionary
it profilattico (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur capot anglês Source: German Wiktionary
fur to
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur so Source: English Wiktionary
fur libri (n)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur librâr Source: English Wiktionary
fur passâ (v)
― RelatedTo ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en get through Source: English Wiktionary
fr écureuil (n)
― Synonym ⟶
Weight: 1.0
fur sghirate Source: French Wiktionary