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Inglesh contains many special vocabularies. The following is a list of such vocabularies.

This page serves as Wikitionary entries of Inglesh vocabularies. Note that it may be updated from time to time by Inglesh speakers.

agger

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀂󰁿󰁲󰁍󰄮 (󰀂󰁿 composition ⿱日土, 󰁲󰁍󰄮 composition ⿱土⿰水口)

Ryūtanian Form

  • 同意アグゲル (agger, kanji spelling from Chinese 同意 ("to agree"))

Etymology

From Hong Kong internet slang agger, itself a typo of English agree.

Pronunciation

  • (New Ingland) IPA: /ˈaɡ.ɡœ/, [ˈäɡːœ]
  • (Ingland) IPA: /ˈak̚.ɡœ/, [ˈäk̚.ɡœ]

Interjection

agger

  1. agree

Verb

agger (present participle aggerin, past participle aggerde)

  1. (intransitive) to agree
    • Ņřa agger wif yur steitmen.
      • I agree with your statement.

ais

Alternative forms

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀄󰂖󰅏 (󰀄󰂖󰅏 composition ⿱⿰日戈尸)

Ryūtanian Form

  • アイス (ais, kanji spelling from Chinese ("ice"))
  • アイス (ais, kanji spelling from Japanese ("ice"))

Pronunciation

  • (Ingland) IPA: /ai̯s/, [äi̯s]

Noun

ais (uncountable)

  1. (Ingland Inglesh) ice, water in frozen form

aīs

Alternative forms

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀄󰇖󰅏 (󰀄󰇖󰅏 composition ⿱⿰日戔尸)

Ryūtanian Form

  • アイース (aīs, kanji spelling from Chinese ("ice"))
  • アイース (aīs, kanji spelling from Japanese ("ice"))

Pronunciation

  • (Ingland) IPA: /aiːs/, [äiːs]

Noun

aīs (uncountable)

  1. (New Ingland Inglesh) ice, water in frozen form

ap

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀁󰄕 (󰀁󰄕 composition 日心)

Ryūtanian Form

  • アプ (ap, kanji spelling from Chinese ("up"))

Etymology

From English up, from Old English upp, from Proto-Germanic *upp. Compare German auf, Dutch op.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ap/, [äp]

Adverb

ap (not comparable)

  1. up

Preposition

ap

  1. up

Adjective

ap (comparative appa)

  1. up

Noun

ap (plural aps)

  1. up

apnūn

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀁󰄕󰃡󰇶󰃧 (󰀁󰄕 composition ⿰日心, 󰃡󰇶󰃧⿰弓⿱山刀)

Ryūtanian Form

  • アプヌーン (apnūn, kanji spelling from Cantonese 上晝 ("morning"))

Etymology

From ap ("up") + nūn ("noon"), a calque of Cantonese 上晝

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˌapˈnuːn/, [ˌäpˈnuːn]

Noun

apnūn (plural apnūns)

  1. morning, part of the day from dawn to noon
    • Yu haf læsen an tumorou apnūn! Y ar yu na gouin tu slip nau?
      • You have a lesson on tomorrow morning! Why are you not going to sleep now?

appasten

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀁󰄕󰄑󰀅󰊮󰁆󰃧 (󰀁󰄕 composition ⿰日心, 󰄑󰀅 composition ⿰忄日, 󰊮󰁆󰃧 composition ⿰⿸尸廿⿱水刀)

Ryūtanian Form

  • 明白アプパステン (appasten, kanji spelling from Chinese 明白 ("to understand"))

Etymology

Coined by Ppowoe, from appa (comparative of ap) + sten ("stand"), as a person standing at a higher place can see more, similar to understanding more.

Displaced Old Inglesh andasten, from English understand.

Pronunciation

  • (New Ingland) IPA: /ˌap̚.paˈsten/, [ˌäp̚.pɐˈsten]
  • (Ingland) IPA: /ˌap̚.paˈstɛn/, [ˌäp̚.päˈstɛn]

Verb

appasten (present participle appastenin, past participle appastende)

  1. (transitive) to understand, to comprehend, to grasp a concept
    • De þiœri der Jenerou Reletifiti es hurd tu appasten tu de æfereic persen wifaut æni nolej der φisiks.
      • The theory of General Relativity is hard to understand to the average person without any knowledge of physics.

askk

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀁󰅆󰂹󰂺 (󰀁󰅆󰂹󰂺 composition ⿰日⿱尸夶)

Ryūtanian Form

  • アスクク (askk, kanji spelling from Chinese )

Etymology

From English ask, from Middle English asken (also esken, aschen, eschen, etc.), from Old English āscian, from Proto-West Germanic *aiskōn, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂eys- (“to wish; request”).

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ask̚/, [äsk̚]

Verb

askk (present participle askkin, past participle askkde)

  1. (transitive or ditransitive) to ask

auf

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀃󰆈󰁥 (󰀃󰆈󰁥 composition ⿰⿱日山火)

Ryūtanian Form

  • アウフ (auf)

Etymology

From English of.

Often mistaken to be from German auf due to the exact same spelling.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /au̯f/, [äu̯f]

Preposition

auf

  1. of (without meaning of expressing possession, composition, partition)
    • Ņřa oweis Fink auf pleiyin wif ņřan frends.
      • I always think of playing with my friends.

Derived terms

auf kors

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀃󰆈󰁥 󰂲󰄍󰄮 (󰀃󰆈󰁥 composition ⿰⿱日山火, 󰂲󰄍󰄮 composition ⿱大⿰人口 or ⿱大㐰)

Ryūtanian Form

  • アウフコルス (auf kors)

Etymology

From English of course.

Interjection

auf kors

  1. of course

baju

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀑󰀅󰂢󰆏 (󰀑󰀅 composition ⿰月日, 󰂢󰆏 composition ⿱宀山)

Ryūtanian Form

  • バジュ (baju, kanji spelling from Chinese ("eye"))

Etymology

Borrowed from Taiwanese 目睭 (ba̍k-chiu), from 目珠 (ba̍k-chiu).

Displaced Old Inglesh ai, from English eye. The use of ai as the meaning of "eye" had persisted for a while in New Ingland Inglesh.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /baˈdʒu/, [baˈdʒuː]

Noun

baju (plural bajus)

  1. eye
    • Oupen yur bajus und si!
      • Open your eyes and see!

beriß

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀑󰁅󰄡󰂖󰅗 (󰀑󰁅 composition ⿰月水 ,󰄡󰂖󰅗 composition ⿰口⿱戈食)

Ryūtanian Form

  • べリシ (beriß)

Etymology

Back-formation from jiberiß, from English gibberish.

Pronunciation

  • (New Ingland) IPA: /ˈbeɹiʃ/, [ˈbeɹɪʃ]
  • (Ingland) IPA: /ˈbɛɹiʃ/, [ˈbɛɹɪʃ]

Adjective

beriß (not comparable)

  1. meaningless

Noun

beriß (uncountable)

  1. meaningless things; rubbish
    • Yu werk dis loņ onli tu meik dis beriß? Hau ridikiulas!
      • You work this long only to make this rubbish? How ridiculous!

biforfæm

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀑󰂕󰁡󰄆󰄧󰁡󰁖󰃗 (󰀑󰂕 composition ⿰月戈, 󰁡󰄆󰄧 composition ⿰火⿱人口, 󰁡󰀆󰃗 composition ⿰火⿱又一)

Ryūtanian Form

  • ビフォルファエム (biforfæm, kanji spelling from Chinese ("previous") + ("family"))

Etymology

From bifor ("previous") + fæm ("family").

Pronunciation

  • (New Ingland) IPA: /biˌfɔ(ɐ̯)ˈfɛm/
  • (Ingland) IPA: /biˌfɔ(ɹ)ˈfɛm/

Noun

biforfæm (plural biforfæms)

  1. ancestor; forefather
    • Ņřin biforfæms briņ ņři tu dis læn der frīdam seikis bifor, nau ņři ßud træßer dis læn æs et es ņřin hom!
      • Our forefathers bring us to this land of freedom centuries ago, now we should treasure this land as it is our home!

bierrum

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀑󰂖󰁉󰄪󰄡󰆆󰃗 (󰀑󰂖󰁉󰄪 composition ⿰月⿱戈⿰水口, 󰄡󰆆󰃗 composition ⿰口⿱山一)

Ryūtanian Form

  • ビエルルム (bierrum, kanji spelling from Chinese ("room"))

Etymology

From bier ("beer") + rum ("room").

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈbiœˌɹum/, [ˈbiɐˌɹu(ː)m]

Noun

bierrum (plural bierrums)

  1. bar, pub

bizæntik

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀑󰂕󰉡󰁖󰃧󰅢󰂝󰂾 (󰀑󰂕 composition ⿰月戈, 󰉡󰁖󰃧 composition ⿰𠂊⿱又刀,󰅢󰂝󰂾 composition ⿱廿⿰戈大)

Ryūtanian Form

  • ビザエンティク (bizæntik)

Etymology

From English Byzantium, meaning from the city's formidable walls.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /biˈzɛntɪk/

Adjective

bizæntik (not comparable)

  1. of the Byzantine Empire
  2. (New Ingland Inglesh, literary or poetic) unbreakable, long lasting
    • Lōf es bizæntik, lōf es osou fræjayou.
      • Love is unbreakable, love is also fragile.

Synonyms

blain æs covid

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀓󰃈󰀋󰂜󰃧 󰁑󰅅 󰀡󰄅󰉁󰂖󰀷 (󰀓󰃈󰀋󰂜󰃧 composition ⿰⿱月中⿰日戈刀, 󰁑󰅅 composition ⿰又尸, 󰀡󰄅 composition ⿰金人, 󰉁󰂖󰀷 composition ⿰女⿱戈木)

Ryūtanian Form

  • ブラ゚インアエス飛鼠チョヴィド (blain æs covid, 盲 from Chinese ("blind"))

Phrase

  1. (slang) can't see shit

See also

butt

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀑󰆆󰅩󰅪 (󰀑󰆆󰅩󰅪 composition ⿰月⿱山⿰廿廿)

Ryūtanian Form

  • ブトト (butt)

Etymology

From English but. Cognate with Scots but, bot ("outside, without, but").

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /bʊt̚/

Preposition

butt

  1. but

Adverb

butt (not comparable)

  1. but

Conjunction

butt

  1. but

bībou

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀑󰇕󰀑󰄆󰆇 (󰀑󰇕 composition ⿰月戔, 󰀑󰄆󰆇 composition ⿰月⿱人山)

Ryūtanian Form

  • ビーボウ (bībou, kanji spelling from Chinese ("two"))

Etymology

("two") + -bou (adjectival suffix)

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈbiːbou̯/

Adjective

bībou (not comparable)

  1. double

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀑󰊅 (󰀑󰊅 composition ⿰月フ)

Ryūtanian Form

  • ブプフ (bφ)

Etymology

From onomatopoeia of the sound of amazement, shock or a feeling of a bad idea.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ʙ/, [ʙː]

Interjection

  1. expressing amazement or shock
  2. expressing a feeling of something would be a bad idea to do

Verb

(present participle bφin, past participle bφde)

  1. to say "bφ"

bφer

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀓󰊈󰁆󰄧 (󰀓󰊈󰁆󰄧 composition ⿰⿱月フ⿱水口)

Ryūtanian Form

  • ブプヘル (bφer, kanji spelling from Chinese ("blur"))

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ʙœ/

Etymology

From English blur.

Verb

bφer (present participle bφerin, past participle bφerde)

  1. to blur

Noun

bφer (plural bφers)

  1. blur

bφeri

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀓󰊈󰁅󰄡󰂕 (󰀓󰊈󰁅 composition ⿰⿱月フ水, 󰄡󰂕 composition ⿰口戈)

Ryūtanian Form

  • ブプヘル (bφeri, kanji spelling from Chinese ("blur"))

Etymology

From English blurry.

Pronunciation

  • (New Ingland) IPA: /ˈʙeri/, [ˈʙeriː]
  • (Ingland) IPA: /ˈʙɛri/, [ˈʙɛriː]

Adjective

bφeri (comparative bφeria, superlative bφeries)

  1. blurry

cernobyl

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀡󰁆󰄧󰃡󰄅󰀑󰆦󰃎 (󰀡󰁆󰄧 composition ⿰金⿱水口, 󰃡󰄅 composition ⿰弓人, 󰀑󰆦󰃎 composition ⿰月⿱亠中)

Ryūtanian Form

  • チェルノブイル゚ (cernobyl)

Etymology

From English Chernobyl, from Russian Черно́быль (Černóbylʹ).

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /tʃœˈnou̯bj̍l/, [tʃœˈnou̯bʲəl]

Adjective

cernobyl (not comparable)

  1. (by extension) radiated, affected by radiation

ci

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀡󰂕 (󰀡󰂕 composition ⿰金戈)

Ryūtanian Form

  • (ci, kanji spelling from Chinese ("phrase"))

Etymology

From Chinese .

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /tʃi/, [tʃiː]

Noun

ci (plural cis)

  1. word; term; phrase

covid

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀡󰄅󰉁󰂖󰀷 (󰀡󰄅 composition ⿰金人, 󰉁󰂖󰀷 composition ⿰女⿱戈木)

Ryūtanian Form

  • 飛鼠チョヴィド (covid, kanji spelling from Chinese ("flying") + ("mouse"))

Etymology

From COVID-19, as it is generally believed that the disease came from bats.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈtʃɔvid/, /ˈkou̯.vɪd/

Noun

covid (plural covids)

  1. (by extension) bat

Derived terms

dau

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀱󰀆󰆇 (󰀱󰀆󰆇 composition ⿰木⿱日山)

Ryūtanian Form

  • ダウ (dau, kanji spelling from Chinese ("bean"))

Etymology

From Cantonese .

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /dau̯/

Noun

dau (plural daus)

  1. bean

daunnūn

Coņkīk Hanji Form

  • 󰀱󰀋󰆌󰃧󰃡󰇶󰃧 (󰀱󰀋󰆌󰃧 composition ⿰木⿱⿰日山刀, 󰃡󰇶󰃧⿰弓⿱山刀)

Ryūtanian Form

  • ダウンヌーン (daunnūn, kanji spelling from Cantonese ("afternoon"))

Etymology

From daun ("down") + nūn ("noon"), a calque of Cantonese

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˌdau̯nˈnuːn/, [ˌdäu̯nˈnuːn]

Noun

daunnūn (plural daunnūns)

  1. afternoon, part of the day from noon to sunset

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