Wiktionary:Requested entries (Estonian)
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- aktiveerima Please expand
- aas (may need Estonian: was tagged with
- abort (may need Estonian: was tagged with
- abt (may need Estonian: was tagged with
- adapter (may need Estonian: was tagged with
- ader (may need Estonian: was tagged with
- agar (may need Estonian: was tagged with
- agressor (may need Estonian: was tagged with
- ai (may need Estonian: was tagged with
- aim (may need Estonian: was tagged with
- akt (may need Estonian: was tagged with
- ale (needs Estonian)
- alg- "proto-"?
- alggermaani "Proto-Germanic"?
- algskandinaavia "Old Norse"? <- It's Proto-Norse. Old Norse is "vanaislandi", which translates to "Old Icelandic".
- alk (may need Estonian: was tagged with
- jaana - ostrich, found on w:Estonian vocabulary, from יען.
- juurde- (preposition) close by, to, towards
- käivitama Please expand
- kaabaklus - villainy.
- kalamees - fisherman.
- kohisema - murmur?
- kohtla — (I don't know if that's a word at all, but Kohtla is a place name; there's Kohtla parish; city Kohtla-Järve; and likely some others. I don't think the word means anything, but koht means "place", and the adjective "kohtlane" means "fatuous". Hmm... — Jeraphine Gryphon 05:15, 4 January 2012 (UTC))
- leia (needs Estonian)
- loo (needs Estonian)
- lähme (The page minema says it can be 1st person plural imperative, but I suspect colloquially people use it in indicative present. I only know a little Estonian, I'd hope a native speaker adds the entry. The page exists as a German verb form already)
- sahisema - rustle?
- sahistama - rustle, shuffle.
- seatemp - villainy.
- sobitama - (v.) to adjust, fit, tailor
- söömishäired (“eating disorder”)
- suured lootused: was given as translation at high hopes, but that was back when the definition was wrong (suggesting that the dreamed-of goal must be impossible)
- Šiva (needs Estonian)
- välja lülitama
- vastla (vastlad and vastlapäev are words, I don't think vastla is. — Jeraphine Gryphon 19:58, 4 January 2012 (UTC))
- voolus (n.) flow, tide