golic vulcan dictionary

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Around 2700 BC, they were a barbaric, war-like species whom were near self-extinction, suffering through an aggressive colonizing period considered savage by many modern Vulcans today. -- sov-masuyan-, sov-masuyanik, Ram -- klunyayek (n., device); klunyau-hali (n., ship); klunyau (v.), Rat-tail stopper -- raht-harrik pehkau-el'gor, Raven banner (hrafnsmerki, hrafnsmerkja) -- reivuhn-hai-fan |t'vikingsular|, Reach (n.) -- zeh-shal |t'masu svi'pilash|, Reef -- rif (n., coral structure); pen-tor |mashalo-thalv| (v., sails), Reeming beetle -- kwitu'ash-mah-vel, mafen-mah-vel, Reeming iron -- kwitu'ash-movel, mafen-movel, Refit -- va'ash-zup (n.), va'ash-zup-tor (v.), Refrigerated (cargo) ship, Refrigerator ship, Reefer (ship) -- samek-masu-hali (TGV), samek-mashali (MGV), Refrigerated fruit carrier -- samek-savas-leshek, Refrigerated meat carrier -- samek-kahm-leshek, Regulation -- pakhartaya (control); to-pakha (rule), Rendezvous -- tereragelan (n.), tereragel-tor (v.), Replacement mast -- va'prahnik mashalo-thalv-lap, Rescue ship -- korsau-masu-hali (TGV), korsau-mashali (MGV), Research ship/vessel (RS) -- kla-hil-hali, Reversing gear -- plan-zud-halek, plan-ar'kada-tukh, Rifle (n.) -- kar-pohshayek (TGV), kar-pohshek (MGV), Rogue's yarn -- tehn-vazgaunik kur-pilakh svi'elakh, Roll-on/roll-off (RORO, Ro-Ro) ship -- FY-SY-MH, Room (n., chamber) -- tvi-shal (TGV), tvihal (MGV), Rough spar, Rough tree -- rishahtal-pi'lap, Royal Mail Ship (RMS) -- te'krulik sakat-masu-hali (TGV), te'krulik sakat-mashali (MGV) |TSMH|, Royal spritsail -- kehr-mashalo-thalv t'|fi|khom-pi'lap, Royal yard -- mashalo-thalv-pi'lap t'kehr-lap, Rudder brace, Rudder-brace -- lahrn-tu'adayek, Sabotage -- yal'mek (n.); yal'mek-tor (v.), Saddle -- pi'lap-nenisan, pi'lap-nen-vihpan, Sail -- mashalo-thalv (n.); mashalovau (v.), Sail hook, Sail-hook -- mashalo-thalv-kik, Sail locker, Sail-locker -- mashalo-thalv-tsorayek, Sail loft, Sail-loft -- zup-shal t'mashalo-thalv-toran, Sail needle, Sail-needle -- mashalo-thalv-lum, Sail training ship (STS) -- ranaun-mashaloli |RMThMH|, Sail twine, Sail-twine -- og-elakh t'mashalo-thalv-toran, Sailboat (bateau à voile, zeilboot, Segelboot, segelbåt, seilbåt, barca a vela, barco de vela, ιστιοφόρο, парусная шлюпка, 帆船, ヨット, 범선) -- pi'mashaloli, Sailmaker's bench -- zhuk-pasu t'mashalo-thalv-torsu, Sailmaker's mate -- gol'nevsu t'mashalo-thalv-torsu, Sailmaker's pricker -- razhek t'mashalo-thalv-torsu, Sailor -- masusu (freshwater); masutrasu, mashalovausu (saltwater), Salute -- nadoranaya (n.), nadoranau (v.), Salvage ship -- korstun-masu-hali (TGV), korstun-mashali (MGV), Scale (n.) -- mathu (device); kahnek-titaya (boiler deposit), Scallop boat, Scalloper -- skahluhp-pi'mashali, Scotland Road -- °Yut t'Skat'luhnd° |sutra-thro-tvur|, Scarf -- patam-sai (head cloth), talu-sai (neck cloth), dohntra-lesek (timbers), Scarf bolt, Scarf-bolt -- dohntra-lesek-terk, School ship, School-ship -- saven-masu-hali (TGV), saven-mashali (MGV), Schuyt -- shait |pa'ash-ne-vlalik pi'mashali t'Neider'lant|, Scotch mist -- °Skatik Ihz° |mapi'sov-masu|, Screw (n.) -- dwuhrk (fastener); datayek (propeller), Screw steamer (SS) -- datayek-ZhMH |D-ZhMH|, Scupper plug -- madzh t'sahalit-smashau-razh, Scurvy (n.) -- skuhrvi |has t'sihtruhs-yep-fam|, Sea boat -- kef-masu-hali (TGV), kef-mashali (MGV), Sea shanty, Sea chanty -- masutra-zup-rarav, Second Class, 2nd Class (n.) -- Dahr-Mohrn, Second Class cabin -- su-tvi-shal t'Dahr-Mohrn, Second Class dining saloon -- shi'yokulan t'Dahr-Mohrn, Second Class entrance -- svin t'Dahr-Mohrn, Second Class passenger -- tvifausu t'Dahr-Mohrn, Second Class promenade -- tu'ash-shi'latehn t'Dahr-Mohrn, Second Class reading room -- shi'telvan t'Dahr-Mohrn, Second Class smoking room -- shi'esh'vuzhaun t'Dahr-Mohrn, Second Class steward -- sa-dvinsu t'Dahr-Mohrn, Second electrician -- dahrik raf-tor-velsu, Second mate's watch -- glantaya t'dahr-gol'nev-lansu, Semaphore (n.) -- kar-glantokaun (device); su-haifan-glantokaun (by a person), Septireme (septiremis, ἑπτήρης) -- steh-fel-zehlik masu-hali, Shears (n.) -- ras-el'neshek (cutters); vau-laplar (spars), Sheathing -- lanet-weintra, ne-vla-weintra, Shellac -- shelahk (n.), shelahk-tor (v.), Shifting ballast -- izaunik tihet'es-rasath-tukh, Ship -- masu-hali (n., TGV), mashali (n., MGV) |MH|; baihalisatau (v.), Ship-keeper -- palutunausu t'kifal-masu-hali (TGV), palutunausu t'kifal-mashali (MGV), Shipbreaker -- masu-hali-saferetausu (TGV), mashali-saferetausu (MGV) |MH-saferetausu|, Shipbuilder -- masu-hali-torvausu (TGV), mashali-torvausu (MGV) |MH-torvausu|, Shipping container -- baihalisatau-tuhlek, Shipwreck (n.) -- masu-hali-kwuhsh (TGV), mashali-kwuhsh (MGV), Shipwright -- masu-hali-torsu (TGV), mashali-torsu (TGV) |MH-torsu|, Shipyard -- hali-torvau-kifker; shi'masu-hali-torvaya (TGV), shi'mashali-torvaya (MGV), Shoaled harbor/harbour -- ne'ti-hoknayal-oklit, Shot (n.) -- pohshaya (act of shooting); poh (pellet), Shrimp boat, Shrimper -- shrihmp-pi'mashali, Shroud -- nenikau-|mok|elakh |t'mashalo-thalv-lap|, Shroud cleat -- dah-stonn t'nenikau-|mok|elakh, Shroud stopper -- nenikau-|mok|elakh-pehkayek, Siamese engine (Double cylinder engine, Twin cylinder engine) -- dah-tu'mev-mishu, Side tackle, Side-tackle -- vla-ar'kada-tukh, Signal -- glantokaya (n.), glantokau (v.), Sister keelson -- nenikau-zeh bi'dahr-ne-plat, Skeið, Skeid -- skeið |suk viking-wu-mashali|, Skiff -- skihf |ves t'pi pa'ash-lanetal-pi'mashali|, Skylight -- abru-ha'gel-razh, abru-ha'gel-krani, Slave ship, Slaver -- kafeh-masu-hali (TGV), kafeh-mashali (TGV), Sliding bilge block -- zishanik smashau-shal-vihpan, Sloop -- wuh-lap-mashaloli |k'fa-za-thalvan|, Slop book -- dunap t'|tsorsha-|sai-vel heh ar'kada-tukh Slop chest -- tsor-mesk t'|tsorsha-|sai-vel heh ar'kada-tukh, Slop room -- tvi-shal t'|tsorsha-|sai-vel heh ar'kada-tukh, Slop shop -- klep-kel il zhuk-om t'sai-vel heh ar'kada-tukh, Slops -- zhuk-om-toral sai-vel heh ar'kada-tukh, Sludge -- elm'rel (general term); ne'ti-tukh (boiler sediment), Smokebox, Smoke-box -- vuzh-natuhn |t'kahnek|, Snekkja, Snekke -- snek'kya |pi viking-wu-mashali|, Soft shackle Edwards -- elakh-moos t'Ed'wuhrdz, The South Atlantic Ocean -- Khu'rak-Aht'lahntik Masutra, The South China Sea (南シナ海, 中国南海, 남중국해) -- Khu'rak-Tchainuh-Masutra, The South Pacific Ocean -- Khu'rak-Puhsihfik Masutra, Southern Ocean (Great Southern Ocean, Antarctic Ocean, South Polar Ocean, Austral Ocean) -- Khu'rak-Masutra, Spindrift, Spoon-drift -- sazasfek-saplaya, Spinnaker (kite, chute) -- nusalan-mashalo-thalv, Splice -- elatersaya (n.), elatersau (v.), Splinter -- lapsashus (n.); lapsashau (v.), Sponge -- vishopuk (n.), vishopuk-tor (v.), Spring (n.) -- fenul-sharushan (opening of a seam); ul-shaya (partial fracture), Spring line -- fa-za'le-tashanik mashar-elakh, ta'raf-elakh, Sprit sail, Spritsail -- mashalo-thalv t'|fi|khom-pi'lap, Stanchion -- nenchuf |abuvenik nenikau-fek il nentu|, Staysail -- mashalo-thalv fi'lap-nenikau-elakh, Stealth ship -- ip'halan-masu-hali (TGV), ip'halan-mashali (MGV), Steam-and-sail ship -- masu-hali t'zhis heh mashalo-thalvlar (TGV), zhis-mashali t'zhis heh mashalo-thalvlar (MGV), Steamship -- zhis-masu-hali (TGV), zhis-mashali (MGV) |ZhMH|, Stemson -- kaunshayek t'khom-lap-krus |k'dahr-ne-plat|, Step (n.) -- ne-plat-guf t'mashalo-thalv-lap, Stern (arrière, achtersteven, Heck, akterende, akter, πρύμνη πλοίου, poppa, popa, корма, 後部, 舳, 고물) -- harr|-krus|, Stern breast line -- dan-tashanik mashar-elakh t'harr, Stern chaser, Stern-chaser -- harr-pohshayek (TGV), harr-pohshek (MGV), Stern sheets -- za-ret t'tu'ash-pi'mashali, Stern spring line -- fa-za'le-tashanik mashar-elakh t'harr, Stern-wheeler -- harr-halekalik zhis-masu-hali (TGV), harr-halekalik zhis-mashali (MGV) |HH-ZhMH|, Sternson -- kaunshayek t'harr-lap-krus |k'dahr-ne-plat|, Stokehold floor -- lan-tol t'fiyomisau-shal, Storm sail plan -- mashalo-thalv-torbesan t'sahriv, Studding sail, Studdingsail, Studsail, Stunsail, Stuns'l -- s'udish-mashalo-thalv, Submarine (sous-marin, Unterseeboot, sottomarino, submarino, denizaltı, подводная лодка, 潜艇, 潜水艦, 잠수함) -- ne-masu-hali (TGV), ne-mashali (MGV) |NMH|, Sunken ship -- ne'halal-masu-hali (TGV), ne'halal-mashali (MGV), Support ship -- nenikau-masu-hali (TGV), nenikau-mashali (MGV), Survey ship -- skothon-masu-hali (TGV), skothon-mashali (MGV), Swim -- mahal-tor (ancient contraction of "masu-hal-tor"), Taffrail, Tafferel -- harr-shefek, harr-tanaftra, Tarpaulin, Tarp -- leralmin-sai (TGV), ulm-sai (MGV), Tarred rope -- leralminal-elakh (TGV), ulmal-elakh (MGV), Telescope (n.) -- irak-zan-vel, el'ru-zan-vel, Teletsunami -- ir-khrash-pral (colloquial), ir-solektra-hutauk masutra-pral (sci. Thesauri WordNet Thesaurus Moby Thesaurus. s’Surok. So if I wanted to say hello I would use EH symbols then La symbol twice then O symbol all going down from top to bottom then the next word would be placed immediately to the right? The scripts are wonderful to behold. Dzhenn. In the various Star Trek television series and movies, they are noted for their attempt to live by logic and reason with no interference from emotion. Golic Vulcan is the Vulcan language that was heard in Star Trek: The Motion Picture , Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, and other Star Trek movies. Dictionary Details: Created by: Vorak; Submitted to Babylon's Dictionary, Translation and Information Platform under the title: Federation-Standard Golic Vulcan to English; Number of definitions found in this dictionary: 2354; Source Language: English; Target Language: English vanu = CEREMONIAL ), Barbette -- barbet |da-kuvik thorshun-geretau-kelyu|, Barbette gun -- thorshun t'barbet, pohshek t'barbet, Barbette ship -- barbet-MH |MH k'da-kuvik thorshun-geretau-kelyular|, Bargee -- |pilash-|tus-halisu, masu-yut-halisu, Bark (barque, Barke, τρισίστιο πλοίο, brigantino a palo, barca, barka, барк, 三桅帆船, バーク) -- bark |reh-saas-mashaloli|, Barkentine, Barquentine, Barkentyna -- barkuhn'tin |reh-gohl-mashaloli|, Barrel -- subok (container); wun-mev (gun), Base (n.) -- nen (foundation); sunena (location), Bat-swain -- os-zhil na'ne-feihan t'elakhtra eh pi'mashalilar, Batardeau -- batar'do |dohnlar etlavau masu-svin du'teslaya|, Bateau -- bato |pi'mashali k'pa'ash-ne-vla heh sfekal-shahtlar|, Battering gun -- druhmpaun-pohshek, druhmpaun-thorshun, Battle stations -- torai-lashilar, faukh-lashilar, faukh-shi'gu-vam, Battlecruiser -- ta'hal-fo-weinalik masutra-klomak, Battleship (navire de guerre, Schlachtschiff, slagskip, slagskepp, θωρηκτό, corazzata, acorazado, линкор, 主力舰, 戦艦) -- masutra-klomak, Bayonet (n.) -- pohshek-pi'tilek (TGV), pohshayek-pi'tilek (TGV), Beam (n.) -- ha'zehl (ray); zeh (constr. Punctuation and other subtle reforms have also evolved over time to suit the needs of the modern language. The modern Vulcan script is the most common in everyday life. From the vulcan-l Vulcan FAQ: Steve Boozer has this additional item: According to the unnamed Vulcan Master who tutored teenaged Tuvok, it is called kol-ut-shan - "the cornerstone of our beliefs" [VOY "Gravity"]. *Vulcan has a more German or Slavic intonation. I am new to the vulcan language, and i fully intend to learn it very well. “Buhf’es” means “perfection”. Two of the most commonly occurring quality-indicating suffixes are –vakh (“bold”) and –es (“embodiment of”). ); masutra-ask'ersu (n.), Marine archeologist -- masutra-veshtsu-talsu, Marine barometer -- masutraik sov-vihish-thonek, Marine Corps -- Masutra-Ask'er-Ek'sutravek |MAE|, Marine governor (device) -- masutra-pakhartayek, Marine steam boiler -- masutra-zhis-kahnek, Marine steam engine -- masutra-zhis-mishu, Marlinspike, Marlinespike, Marlingspike -- elatersau-raul, Martingale boom -- pral-threshayek-pi'lap, Mast-hole -- shitau-razh t'mashalo-thalv-lap, Megatsunami -- masuk-solektra-hutauk masutra-pral, Merchant marine, Merchant service, Mercantile marine -- mes'kizh-masu'er, Merchant ship, Merchantman -- mes'kizh-masu-hali (TGV), mes'kizh-mashali (MGV), Mermaid (sirène, meermin, Meerjungfrau, havfrue, sjöjungfru, hafmey, sirena, σειρήνα, deniz kızı, русалка, 人魚, 美人鱼) -- masutra-nursu, Merman (triton, meerman, Nix, havmann, vattenande, marbendill, tritone, tritón, deniz adamı, водяной, 人魚, 人鱼) -- masutra-sasu, Mesoradial (Fresnel) lens -- sviti-azehl-gelek |t'Frei'nel|, Mess (n.) -- yokul-shal |t'hali-sutra| (place); teretuhr-yokul-travek (group), Mess gear, Mess traps -- fasan-vellar heh yokulan-vellar, Mid-oceanic ridge -- sviti-masutraik kov-zehl, Middle gun deck, Middle gundeck -- svitanik thorshun-lan-tol, Middle watch, Midwatch, Midnight watch -- sviti-mu'yor-glantaya, Midget submarine -- pi ne-masu-hali (TGV), pi-ne-mashali (MGV) |PNMH|, Minesweeper (dragueur de mines, Minensuchboot, dragamine, dragaminas, ναρκοσυλλέκτης, тральщик, 掃海艇, 扫雷艇) -- markaun-thorshek-snemek, Missing ship -- rila-masu-hali (TGV), rila-mashali (MGV), Mississippi River -- Pilash t'Mihsihsihpi, Mizzen (mast) -- za-pen-lap, za-pen mashalo-thalv-lap, reh'rak mashalo-thalv-lap, Mizzen sail -- mashalo-thalv t'za-pen-lap, Mizzen topsail -- dahr-mashalo-thalv t'za-pen-lap, Model ship -- rev-masu-hali (TGV), rev-mashali (MGV), Monitor (n.) -- glantayek (device), gluvayek (viewscreen), manihtuhr |pi'dawunyek-hali| (ship), Monkey block, Monkey-block -- muhnki-vihpan |pi'davelau-vihpan na'dvunan-ek'elakhtra|, Monkey rail, Monkey-rail -- dahr-faharr-shefek, Monkey wrench, Monkey spanner -- muhnki-mish-raul, Monsoon -- tevun-yonuk-planik falek-yetur-salan, Moonraker (moonsail, hope-in-heaven, hopesail) -- shehr-mashalo-thalv, Mortar ship, Mortar vessel -- kes-pohshek-hali, Mosquito fleet -- muhskito-halitra |halitra t'pi'halilar|, Motor ship (MS, M/S) -- mishu-masu-hali (TGV), mishu-mashali (MGV) |MMH|, Motor tanker (MT, M/T) -- |mishu-|tuhlek-hali |TH|, Motor vessel (MV, M/V) -- mishu-hali |MiH|, Motor yacht (MY, M/Y) -- mishu-sanosh-MH |MiSMH|, Mud (n.) -- vrel (general term); ne'ti-tukh (boiler sediment), Mud drum, Mud-drum -- ne'ti-tukh-matuhlek |t'kahnek|, Mudhole, Mud-hole -- ne'ti-tukh-razh |t'kahnek|, Multitubular boiler, Multi-tubular boiler -- wehk-meval-kahnek, Murder -- riyeht-staya (n.), riyeht-stau (v.), Musket -- muhskuht |ru'lut-tusan-pohshek|, Musketoon -- muhskuh'tun |pen ru'lut-tusan-pohshek|, Mutiny -- anemihalikaya (n.), anemihalikau (v.), Muzzle bag, Muzzle-bag -- wun-ru'lut-wein, Nacelle -- mishu-leshek (engine); pi'mashali |t'Frans| (boat), Naval observatory -- masu'er-shi'igen-glantaya, Naval ship -- masu'er-masu-hali (TGV), masu'er-mashali (MGV), Navy (marin, Marine, flåde, marina, marina de guerra, ναυτικό, военно-морской флот, donanma, 海军, ネイビー, 해군) -- masu'er, Night order (log)book -- tran-dunap t'mu'yor, Night watch -- mu'yor-glantaya, mu'yor-glantau-sutra, Nipper -- ta'hal-ashenaun-elakh t'mavohrek, Non-condensing engine -- ri-sasovan-mishu, Normand-Sigaudy boiler -- kahnek t'Nor'mand-Sigodi, The North Atlantic Ocean -- Desh'rak-Aht'lahntik Masutra, The North Pacific Ocean -- Desh'rak-Puhsihfik Masutra, Nuclear-powered aircraft carrier -- galupik sov-hali-leshek |GSHL|, Nuclear-powered submarine -- galupik ne-masu-hali (TGV), galupik ne-mashali (MGV) |GNMH|, Nun buoy, Nun-buoy -- mihl-markan-ulidayek, Oakum -- okuhm |leralminal-slah-mafen (TGV), ulmal-slah-mafen (MGV)|, Oblimation -- vrel-kitek-titaya |bai'masu|, Ocean (océan, oceaan, Ozean, hav, haf, oceano, océano, ωκεανός, okyanus, океан, 海洋, 대양) -- masutra, Oceanic (adj.) 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