Index:Novial/b

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babla { v } babble
babuine { n } baboon
bachelere { n } bachelor or Miss
bagaje { n } baggage, luggage
bagatele { n } bagatelle
baka { v } bake
bakere { n } baker
bakeria { n } bakery
bakanale { n } bacchanalia, drunken revelry
bakterie { n } bacteria
bakteriologe { n } bacteriologist
bakteriologia { n } bacteriology
balade { n } ballad
balanse { n } balance
balansa { v } swing
balaste { n } ballast
balaye { n } broom
balaya { v } sweep
balbutia { v } stutter, stammer
bald { adv } soon
baldakine { n } baldachin, canopy over an altar or shrine
balene { n } whale
balete { n } ballet
balife { n } bailiff
balkone { n } balcony
balone { n } balloon
balota { v } ballot
baloto { n } ballot
balsame { n } balsam, balm
balti (B.) (mare) { adj } Baltic (Sea)
bambu { n } bamboo
banane { n } banana
bande { n } band (group), crew
bandite { n } bandit
bandoliere { n } bandolier
banere { n } banner
bani { v } banish
bania { v } bathe
banio { n } bathing
banke { n } bank
bankere { n } banker
bankrote { n } bankruptcy
bankrota { v } bankrupt
bankrotere { n } bankrupter
banquete { n } banquet
baptisa { v } baptise, baptize
baptiso { n } baptism, baptising, baptizing
baptisonome { n } Christian name
barake { n } barrack, barracks
barbari { adj } barabaric
barbare (-ro, -ra) { n } barbarian
barbe { n } beard
barba { v } shave
barbilo { n } razor
barbere { n } barber
barbosi { adj } beardy
barbulia { v } splutter, sputter
bare { n } bar, barrier
bara { v } bar
barele { n } barrel
barikade { n } barricade
barikada { v } barricade
barite { n } baryta, oxide of barium
baritone { n } baritone
barkarole { n } barcarolle, song sung by Venetian gondoliers
barke { n } bark (boat), barque
baroki { adj } baroque
barometre { n } barometer
barono { n } baron
baronia { n } barony
basalte { n } basalt
basare { n } bazaar
base { n } base
basi { adj } low
basia { v } kiss
basio { n } kiss, kissing
basine { n } basin
baskula { v } see-saw, sway up and down
baskule { n } see-saw
baskulilo { n } see-saw
bastarde { n } bastard
bastione { n } bastion
bastone { n } stick, staff, cudgel
basune { n } bassoon
bata { v } beat
batalie { n } battle
batalia { v } battle
batalione { n } battalion
batate { n } batata, sweet potato
baterie { n } battery
batiste { n } batiste, cambric or lawn of fine linen, cloth of similar texture made of cotton
bavare { n } Bavarian
bavari { adj } Bavarian
Bavaria { n } Bavaria
bave { n } slaver, foam
bava { v } slaver, foam
bayadere { n } bayadere, (female) dancer in the East Indies
baye { n } bay
bayonete { n } bayonet
bayoneta { v } bayonet
bea { v } gape
beati { adj } blessed
beatifika { v } beatify
bebe { n } baby
bede { n } (flower-)bed
bedele { n } beadle
begonie { n } begonia
bekase { n } woodcock
bekasete { n } snipe
beke { n } beak, bill
beladona { n } belladonna
belgi { adj } Belgian
belge (-go, -ga) { n } Belgian
Belgia { n } Belgium
bel(i) { adj } beautiful, handsome
beleti { adj } pretty
beleso { n } beauty
belisa { v } beautify, make beautiful
belvedere { n } belvedere, small building, or part of a building with a good view
benche { n } bench
bende { n } band, strip, streak
benedikte { v } bless
benediktione { n } benediction
benediktine { n } Benedict
benefise { n } benefit
benefisiere { n } beneficiary
benigni { adj } benign
bensine { n } benzene
bere { n } berry
berete { n } beret
berile { n } beryl
berloke { n } trinket
berse { n } cradle
bersa { v } rock
besone { n } need
besona { v } need, be in want of
bestie { n } beast
bestial { adj } bestial
bete { n } beet
betone { n } concrete, beton
betrave { n } beetroot
bible { n } Bible
bibliografe { n } bibliographer
bibliografia { n } bibliography
biblioteke { n } library
bibliotekere { n } librarian
bifsteke { n } beefsteak
bigame { n } bigamist
bigamia { n } bigamy
bigoti { adj } bigotted
bilansie { n } balance
bilete { n } ticket
biliarde { n } billiards
bilione { n } million million, (Am.) trillion
binde { n } cover (of books)
binda { v } bind (books)
binokle { n } binoculars
biografe { n } biographer
biografa { v } write a biography
biografia { n } biography
biologe { n } biologist
biologia { n } biology
bire { n } beer
birke { n } birch
bis { adv } encore
bisari { adj } bizarre
bisikle { n } bicycle
biskuite { n } biscuit, (U.S.) cracker
bismute { n } bismuth
bitri { adj } bitter
bitrum { n } bitters, liquor with bitter herb, leaf, or root, stomachic liquor
bitume { n } bitumen
bivake { n } bivouac
bivaka { v } bivouac
blama { v } blame
blamo { n } blame, blaming
blanki { adj } white
blanki signature { phr } signature in blank, carte blanche
blasa { v } blunt, pall
blasat { adj } blunt
blasfema { v } blaspheme
blasfemo { n } blasphemy
blasfemal { adj } blasphemous
blasfematri { adj } blasphemous
blate { n } cockroach
blende { n } blende, minerals, chiefly metallic sulphides which have a somewhat brilliant but nonmetallic luster
bli { v } am, get;passive of becoming
-bli { suffix } that can be...
explikabli { adj } explicable
lektebli { adj } legible
audibli { adj } audible
solubli { adj } soluble
blindi { adj } blind
bloke { n } block
blokhause { n } blockhouse
blondi { adj } blond, blonde
blu(i) { adj } blue
blufe { n } bluff
blufa { v } bluff
bluse { n } blouse
bo- { prefix } inlaw
bo-patro { n } father-in-law
bo-matra { n } mother-in-law
bo-fratro { n } brother-in-law
bo-filia { n } daughter-in-law
boa { n } boa
bogie { n } bogie
bohemi { adj } Bohemian
boheme (-mo, -ma) { n } Bohemian
Bohemia { n } Bohemia
boikota { v } boycott
boke { n } mouth
bokede { n } mouthful
bole { n } bowel
bolia { v } boil
bolte { n } bolt
bombe { n } bomb
bombarda { v } bombard
bon(i) { adj } good
boneso { n } goodness, good
bonvoli { v } be kind enough to
bonbone { n } sweetmeat, sweets
bonete { n } bonnet, cap (without rim)
bora { v } bore, pierce
boraxe { n } borax
borde { n } border, brink, edge, brim
bore { n } boron
borse { n } bourse, exchange
boske { n } (small) wood
boskete { n } grove
botani { adj } botanical
botanike { n } botany
botanika { v } botanize, herborize
bote { n } boat
botle { n } bottle
bove { n } ox
bovo { n } bull
bovo kastrati { phr } ox, bullock
bova { n } cow
bovyune { n } calf
boxa { v } box
boxo { n } boxing
boxe { n } box, chest
boye { n } buoy
brama { v } bellow, neigh, low, bray (various cries of animals)
branche { n } branch
brane { n } bran
brase { n } arm (of body, of sea)
Brasilia { n } Brazil
brasiliani { adj } Brazilian
brasiliane (-o, -a) { n } Brazilian
brav(i) { adj } brave
bravo { int } bravo
breche { n } breach, break
bretele { n } suspender(s), braces
bretone { n } Breton
bretoni { adj } Breton
Bretonia { n } Brittany
breviarie { n } breviary
bride { n } bridle
brigade { n } brigade
brigante { n } brigand, highwayman
brigantine { n } brigantine, two-masted, square-rigged vessel
brige { n } brig
brike { n } brick
brikete { n } small brick
brioche { n } brioche, light roll rich with eggs and butter and somewhat sweet
brise { n } breeze
briski { adj } brisk, sprightly
Britania (Grand-) { n } (Great) Britain
britani { adj } British
britane (-no, -na) { n } Briton
brocha { v } stitch, sew (books)
brochure { n } brochure
broche { n } brooch
broda { v } embroider
brokade { n } brocade, cloth ornamented with raised flowers, foliage
brombere { n } bramble
brome { n } bromine
bronkie { n } bronchus
bronkitis { n } bronchitis
bronse { n } bronze
brose { n } brush
brosa { v } brush
broso { n } brushing, brush
brove { n } (eye)brow
bruisa { v } make a noise, rustle, rattle, clatter
bruiso { n } noise, rustle, rattle, clatter, rustling, rattling, clattering
brula { v } burn
brun(i) { adj } brown
bruski { adj } brusque
bruste { n } breast, chest
brute { n } brute
brutal { adj } brutal
bruto { n } gross (quantity)
buda { v } be sulky
budjete { n } budget
buduare { n } boudoir
bufale (-o, -a) { n } buffalo
bufete { n } buffet
bufone { n } buffoon
bufonaje { n } buffoonery
bufonira { v } act the buffoon
bufre { n } buffer (railway)
bujie { n } (wax-)candle, bougie
bukete { n } bouquet, nosegay
bukle { n } lock, curl
bukla { v } curl
bule { n } ball
buletine { n } bulletin
bulgare { n } Bulgarian
bulgari { adj } Bulgarian
Bulgaria { n } Bulgaria
buline { n } bowline
bulione { n } broth
bulvarde { n } boulevard
bundle { n } bundle
bunti { adj } motley, dappled
buraske { n } squall
burdone { n } bumble-bee
burge { n } borough, market-town
burgese { n } bourgeois
burgesi { adj } bourgeois
burjone { n } bud
burjona { v } bud
burleski { adj } burlesque
burnuse { n } burnous, combination cloak and hood
buro { n } bureau
burokrate { n } bureaucrat
burokrati { adj } beaurocratic
bushele { n } bushel
busole { n } (mariner's) compass
busprite { n } bowsprit
buste { n } bust
bute { n } boot
butete { n } small boot, bootie
butike { n } shop
butone { n } button
butona { v } button
buton-true { n } button-hole
butre { n } butter