Tuesday, February 7, 2012

104 Haitian Creole Verbs / Lis Vèb Ayisyen

Vocabulary 101 / Vokabilè (Vocabeeleh)101

1. abiye (ahbeeyay) = to get dress
2. achte (ahshtay) = to buy
3. ale (ahlay) = to go
4. anbrase (uhnbrahsay) = to hug
5. antre (uhntray) = to enter
6. aprann (ahprahn) = to learn
7. bare (bahray) = to block
8. bay manti (buy/muhntee) = to lie also, fè manti see-->bay = to give
9. benyen (behnyehn) = to shower
10. blese (blaysay) = to cut/wound
11. bezwen (bayzwehn) = to need
12. bliye (bleeyay) = to forget
13. bo (boh) = to kiss
14. boule (boolay) = to burn
15. bouyi (booyee) = to boil
16. bwè (bweh) = to drink
17. chanje (shuhnjay) = to change
18. chante (shuhntay) = to sing
19. chita (sheetah) = to sit
20. chwazi (shwahzee) = to choose
21. danse (duhnsay) = to dance
22. depanse (daypuhnsay) = to spend
23. dòmi (doawmee) = to sleep
24. dwe (dway) = to owe
25. ede (ayday) = to help
26. ekri (aykree) = to write
27. eksplike (ay(k)spleekay) = to explain
28. envite (ehnveetay) = to invite
29. eseye (aysayyay) = to try
30. eskize (ayskeezay) = to excuse
31. espere (ayspayray) = to hope
32. etidye (ayteedyay) = to study
33. fè konesans (feh kawn/aysuhns) = to meet
34. fè manje (feh/muhnjay) = to cook
35. fè konfyans (feh kawnfyuhns) = to trust
36. fè jouda (fay joodah) = to gossip
37. fè pitit (fay peeteet) = to have a baby
38. fèmen (fehmehn) = to close
39. fimen (feemehn) = to smoke
40. fini (feenee) = to finish
41. frape (frahpay) = to hit
42. fri (fwree) = to fry
43. gade (gahday) = to look
44. gaspiye (gahspeeyay) = to waste
45. gate (gahtay) = to spoil
46. genyen (gehnyehn) = to have
47. grate (grahtay) = to scratch
48. grenpe (grehnpay) = to climb
49. irite (eereetay) = to irritate
50. itilize (eeteeleezay) = to use
51. jwe (jway) = to play
52. jwenn (jwehn) = to find
53. kache (kahshay) = to hide
54. kanpe (kuhnpay) = to stand
55. kapab (kahpahb) = to be able (can)
56. kite (kee/tay) = to leave
57. kondi (kawndee) = to drive
58. konnen (kawnehn) = to know
59. konprann (kawnprahnn) = to understand
60. konte (kawntay) = to count
61. kouche (kooshay) = to lie down
62. kouri (kou/ree) = to run
63. kouvri (koovree) = to cover
64. kraze (krahzay) = to break
65. kriye (kreeyay) = to cry
66. kwè (kweh) = to believe
67. lage (lahgay)= to drop/dismiss
68. lave (lahvay) = to wash
69. leve (layvay) = to lift
70. li (lee) = to read
71. libere (leebayray) = to free
72. lwe (lway) = to rent
73. mache (mahshay) = to walk
74. mande (muhnday) = to ask
75. manke (muhnkay) = to forget
76. mete (maytay) = to put
77. montre (mawntray) = to show
78. mouri (mooree) = to die
79. netwaye (naytwayay) = to clean
80. nwaye (nwahyay) = to drown
81. oblije (ohbleejay) = to oblige
82. ouvri (oovwree) = to open
83. pale (pah/lay) = to speak
84. pati (pahtee) = to leave/go out
85. prepare (prahpahray) = to prepare
86. prete (praytay) = to borrow
87. pote (pohtay) = to bring/carry
88. priye (preeyay) = to pray
89. rankontre (ruhnkawntray) = to meet
90. ranmase (ruhnmahsay) = to pick up
91. renmen (rehnmehn) = to like, to love
92. reponn (raypawn) = to answer
93. rete (raytay) = to stay
94. retounen (raytoonehn) = to return
95. sanble (suhnblay) = to seem/appear
96. santi (suhntee) = to feel
97. sispann (seespuhn) = to stop
98. sipoze (seepohzay) = suppose
99. travay (trahv-i) = to work
100. trete (traytay) = to treat
101. vire (veeray) = to turn
102. vle (vlay) = to want
103. wè (weh) = to see
104. woule (woolay) = to roll


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