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Palora ('n sicilianu) Prununzia IPA Traduzzioni ('n ngrisi)
a a at
abbruciari abbɾuˈɕaɾɪ to burn
aceddu aˈɕɛɖɖʊ bird
acqua ˈakkwa water
acqua , acquarìa, chiuvuta, ˈakkwa rain, downpour
ala ˈala wing
ammazzari ammaˈt͡st͡saɾɪ to kill
ammulatu , affilatu ammʊˈlat̪ʊ sharp (as a knife)
annu ˈannʊ year
àrbiru, àrburu, àrvuru, àrbulu, àrvulu ˈaɾbɪɾʊ, ˈaɾbʊɾʊ, ˈaɾvʊlʊ, ˈaɾbʊlʊ, ˈaɾvʊlʊ tree
armali , armalu aɾˈmalɪ, aɾˈmalʊ animal
asciucari aʃʃʊˈkaɾɪ to wipe
asciuttu , siccu aˈʃʃut̪t̪ʊ, ˈsikkʊ dry, dried out
assittari assɪˈt̪t̪aɾɪ to sit
auricchia , aricchia awˈɾikkja, aˈɾikkja ear
àutru ˈawʈɹʊ other
bagnatu , vagnatu baˈɲɲat̪ʊ, vaˈɲɲat̪ʊ wet
bastuni , vastuni baˈst̪unɪ, baˈʃt̪unɪ, vaˈst̪unɪ, vaˈʃt̪unɪ stick, club
bìviri , vìviri ˈbivɪɾɪ, ˈvivɪɾɪ to drink
bonu ˈbɔnʊ good
bucca , vucca ˈbukka, ˈvukka mouth
budeddu , vudeddu, pl: vudedda buˈd̪ɛɖɖʊ, vuˈd̪ɛɖɖʊ guts
cacciari kaˈt͡ʃt͡ʃaɾɪ to hunt
càdiri, cascari , sdirupari kaˈd̪ɪɾɪ, ʒd̪ɪɾʊˈpaɾɪ to fall
cafuddari , affirari, bàttiri kafʊˈɖɖaɾɪ, affɪˈɾaɾɪ to hit
caminari kamɪˈnaɾɪ to walk
cani ˈkanɪ dog
cantari kãnt̪aɾɪ to sing
capiddi kaˈpiɖɖɪ hair
carni ˈkaɾnɪ meat
càudu ˈkawd̪ʊ warm
ccà, ccani ˈkka, ˈkkanɪ here
celu ˈɕɛlʊ sky
chi ˈki what
chiddu ˈkiɖɖʊ that
chinu ˈkinʊ full
chistu, chissu ˈkiʃt̪ʊ, ˈkist̪ʊ this
ciaurari çawˈɾaɾɪ to smell
cincu ˈɕĩŋkʊ five
cìnniri ˈɕinnɪɾɪ ash, ashes
ciuciari, sciusciari çʊˈçaɾɪ to blow
ciumi ˈçumɪ river
ciuri ˈçuɾɪ flower
coddu ˈkɔɖɖʊ neck
comu ˈkomʊ how
corda ˈkɔɾd̪a rope
cori ˈkɔɾɪ heart
cornu ˈkɔɾnʊ horn
cu ku with
cuda ˈkud̪a tail
cu, cui ku, ˈkuɪ who
cummàttiri, sciarriàrisi, alluttari kʊˈmmat̪t̪ɪɾɪ to fight
cuntari kʊ̃nt̪aɾɪ to count
curcari ˈkʊɾˈkaɾɪ to lie (as in a bed)
curtu ˈkuɾt̪ʊ short
cùsiri ˈkusɪɾɪ to sew
dari ˈd̪aɾɪ to give
ddà, ddani, ddocu ˈɖɖa, ˈɖɖanɪ, ˈɖɖɔkʊ there
denti ˈd̪ɛ̃nt̪ɪ tooth
dinocchiu, jinocchiu d̪ɪnɔkkjʊ, ˈjɪnɔkkjʊ knee
diri, dìciri ˈd̪iɾɪ, ˈd̪iɕɪɾɪ to say
dòrmiri, durmiri ˈdɔɾmɪɾɪ to sleep
dritta ˈɖɺit̪t̪a right
drittu, dirittu ˈɖɹit̪t̪ʊ, d̪ɪˈɾit̪t̪ʊ straight
dui, du' ˈd̪uɪ, ˈd̪u two
e ɛ and
erva ˈɛɾva grass
fìcatu ˈficat̪ʊ liver
fìmmina ˈfimmɪna woman
focu ˈfɔkʊ fire
fogghia ˈfɔɡɡja leaf
friddu ˈfɾid̪d̪ʊ cold
fruttu, pl: frutta ˈfɾut̪t̪a fruit
fumu ˈfumʊ smoke
furesta, voscu fʊˈɾɛst̪a, ˈfʊˈɾɛʃt̪a forest
galliggiari ɡallɪˈd͡ʒd͡ʒaɾɪ to float
gamma, jamma ˈɡamma, ˈjamma leg
ghiacciu, agghiacciu, jazzu ˈɡjat͡ʃt͡ʃʊ ice
giarnu ˈd͡ʒaɾnʊ yellow
girari, vutari dʒɪˈɾaɾɪ, vʊˈt̪aɾɪ to turn (intransitive)
giustu ˈd͡ʒd͡ʒust̪ʊ, ˈd͡ʒd͡ʒuʃt̪ʊ correct
granfiari, grinfiari, sgargiari ɣɾanˈfjaɾɪ, ʒɡaˈd͡ʒd͡ʒaɾɪ to scratch
granni ˈɾannɪ, ˈɡɾannɪ big
grassu ˈɡɾassʊ fat (noun)
iddi ˈiɖɖɪ they
iddu ˈiɖɖʊ he
iu, jo, ju ˈiu, ˈjɔ, ˈju I
jancu ˈjãŋkʊ white
jilari, agghiazzari jɪˈlaɾɪ, aɡɡɪˈlaɾɪ to freeze
jittari, tirari, allanzari ʝiˈt̪t̪aɾɪ, ɡɡjaˈvaɾɪ to throw
jornu ˈjɔɾnʊ day
jucari jʊˈkaɾɪ to play
lacu ˈlakʊ lake
largu, làricu, anchiu ˈlaɾɡʊ, ˈlaɾɪkʊ, ˈãŋkju wide
largu, nfutu ˈlaɾɡʊ, ˈnfut̪ʊ thick
lavari laˈvaɾɪ to wash
lijari, attaccari lɪˈjaɾɪ, at̪t̪aˈkkaɾɪ to tie
lingua ˈlĩŋɡwa tongue
lisciu ˈliʃʃʊ smooth
longu ˈlɔ̃ŋɡʊ long
lordu ˈlɔɾd̪ʊ dirty
luna ˈluna moon
luntanu lʊ̃nt̪anʊ far
malu, tintu malʊ, ˈt̪ĩnt̪ʊ bad
manca mãŋka left
manciari, pistiari mãnˈt͡ʃaɾɪ, pɪˈst̪jaɾɪ, pɪʃt̪jaɾɪ to eat
manu ˈmanʊ hand
mari ˈmaɾɪ sea
maritu maˈrit̪ʊ husband
matri ˈmaʈɹɪ mother
mòriri, muriri ˈmɔɾɪɾɪ to die
muggheri, mugghieri mʊˈggjɛɾɪ wife
muntagna, munti mũnt̪aɳɳa mountain
muzzicari mʊt͡st͡sɪˈkaɾɪ to bite
'n, nta, nni, nna n, n̪t̪a in
nasu ˈnasʊ nose
natari nnaˈt̪aɾɪ to swim
negghia ˈnɛɡɡja fog
nèula ˈnɛwla cloud
nicu, picciriddu ˈnikʊ, pɪt͡ʃt͡ʃɪˈɾiɖɖʊ small
nìuru ˈniwɾʊ black
nomu ˈnɔmʊ name
notti ˈnɔt̪t̪ɪ night
novu ˈnɔvʊ new
nuàutri, nuiàtri nuˈawʈɹɪ we
nun ˈnũn not
occhiu ˈɔkkjʊ eye
omu, cristianu, umanu ˈɔmʊ, kɾɪˈʃt̪janʊ man (human)
omu, màsculu ˈɔmʊ, ˈmaʃkʊlʊ man (male)
ossu ˈɔssʊ bone
ovu ˈɔvʊ egg
panza ˈpãnt͡sa belly
patri ˈpaʈɹɪ father
peddi ˈpɛɖɖɪ skin
pedi ˈpɛd̪ɪ foot
petra ˈpɛʈɹa stone
pettu, minni ˈpɛttʊ breast
picchì pɪˈkki because
picciriddu pɪt͡ʃt͡ʃɪˈɾiɖɖʊ child
pidocchiu pɪˈd̪ɔkkjʊ louse
pinna ˈpinna feather
pinzari pɪ̃nt͡saɾɪ to think
pisanti pɪˈsãnt̪ɪ heavy
pisci ˈpiʃʃɪ fish
pocu, picca ˈpɔkʊ, ˈpikka few
pugnalari, tagghiari pʊɲɲaˈlaɾɪ, t̪aˈɡɡjaɾɪ to stab
purritu, fràcidu ˈpʊrrit̪ʊ, ˈfɾaɕɪd̪ʊ rotten
pùrviri, purvirazzu ˈpuɾvɪɾɪ, pʊɾvɪˈɾat͡st͡sʊ dust
quannu ˈkwannʊ when
quarchi, certi, tanticchia ˈkwaɾkɪ some
quattru ˈkwaʈʈɹʊ four
ràdica raˈd̪ɪka root
rìdiri, arrìdiri ˈrid̪ɪɾɪ, aˈrrid̪ɪɾɪ to laugh
rina ˈrina sand
rispirari, ciatari rɪʃpɪˈɾaɾɪ, çaˈt̪aɾɪ to breathe
russu ˈrussʊ red
sali ˈsalɪ salt
sangu ˈsãŋgʊ blood
sapiri saˈpiɾɪ to know
scantari ʃkãnˈt̪aɾɪ to fear
scavari ʃkaˈvaɾɪ to dig
schia ˈʃkina back
scorcia ˈʃkɔɾt͡ʃa bark (of a tree0
scùrriri ˈʃkurrɪɾɪ to flow
sèntiri, sintiri ˈsɛ̃nt̪ɪɾɪ to hear
serpi ˈsɛɾpɪ snake
si, siddu if
simenza sɪˈmɛ̃nt͡sa seed
slimatu slɪˈmat̪ʊ dull (as a knife)
spàrtiri ˈʃpaɾt̪ɪɾɪ to split
spìnciri, ammuttari ˈʃpĩnt͡ʃɪɾɪ, ammʊˈt̪t̪aɾɪ to push
sprèmiri, strìnciri ˈʃpɾɛmɪɾɪ to squeeze
sputari, sputazzari ʃpʊˈt̪aɾɪ, ʃpʊt̪aˈt͡st͡saɾɪ to spit
stari ˈstaɾɪ, ˈʃt̪aɾɪ to stand, stay
stidda ˈst̪iɖɖa, ʃt̪iɖɖa star
strata, vinedda, via, dromu, rua ˈʃɹat̪a, vɪnɛɖɖa, ˈvia, ˈɖɹɔmʊ, ˈrua road, street
stricari, fricari ʃɹɪˈkaɾɪ to rub
strittu ˈʃɹit̪t̪ʊ narrow
sucari sʊˈkaɾɪ to suck
suli ˈsulɪ sun
suttili, finu sʊˈt̪t̪ilɪ, ˈfinʊ thin
tagghiari t̪aˈɡɡjaɾɪ to cut
tantu, troppu, assai ˈt̪ãnt̪ʊ, ˈʈɹɔppʊ, asˈsaɪ many
tèniri ˈt̪ɛnɪɾɪ to hold
terra ˈtɛrra earth
testa, capu ˈt̪ɛst̪a, ˈt̪ɛʃt̪a, ˈkapʊ head
tirari t̪ɪˈɾaɾɪ to pull
tri ˈʈɹi three
tu, tuni, Vossia (formal) t̪u, ˈt̪unɪ, vɔsˈsia you (singular)
tunnu ˈt̪unnʊ round
tuttu ˈt̪ut̪t̪ʊ all
ugnu, ugna ˈuɲɲʊ, ˈuɲɲa fingernail
unni ˈunnɪ where
unu ˈunʊ one
vecchiu ˈvɛkkjʊ old
vèniri ˈvɛnɪɾɪ to come
ventu ˈvɛ̃nt̪ʊ wind
vermu, vermi ˈvɛɾmʊ, ˈvɛɾmɪ, worm
vicinu vɪˈɕinʊ near
vidiri ˈvid̪ɪɾɪ to see
virdi ˈvid̪ɪɾɪ green
vìviri, campri ˈvivɪɾɪ to live
vuàutri, vuiàtri ˈvuˈawʈɹɪ you plural
vulari vʊˈlaɾɪ to fly
vumitari, ruvisciari vʊmɪˈt̪aɾɪ, rʊvɪˈʃʃaɾɪ to vomit
vunchiari, usciari vʊ̃ŋˈkjaɾɪ, ʊˈʃʃaɾɪ to swell