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Re: "Ash"

Postby enricmm » 2018-02-14, 18:55

+ Basque

Afrikaans: as
Anglo Saxon: æsce, asce, asca
Cimbrian: èsch
Dalecarlian: aska
Danish: aske
Dutch: as, asch (somewhat older)
English: ash
Faroese: øska
Frisian: jiske
German: Asche
Gothic: azgō
Icelandic: aska
Jamtlandic: aska [a`ask]
Middle High German: asche
Middle Low German: asche
Mòcheno: asch
Norwegian: aske, oska
Old English: æsce
Old High German: asca
Old Norse: aska
Old Swedish: aska
Scots: ess, yiss
Swedish: aska
Walser: äschò

Catalan: cendra
French: cendre
Italian: cenere
Ladin: cender
Latin: cinis
Portuguese: cinza
Romanian: cenuşă
Spanish: ceniza
Sardinian: chijína, chisgína (Logudorese, Nuorese) - ciníxu (Campidanese)

Cornish: luju, lusu
Irish: luaith
Scots-Gaelic: luath
Welsh: onnen, lludw

Bulgarian: пепел [pepel]
Croatian: pepeo
Czech: popel
Kashubian: pòpiół
Macedonian: пепел [pepel]
Polish: popiół
Russian: пепел [pepel], зола [zola]
Slovakian: popol
Serbian: пепео / pepeo
Slovenian: pepel
Slovio (constructed language): pepel / пепел
Upper Sorbian: popjeł

Latvian: pelni
Lithuanian: pelenai
Sūdovian: pelanê

Greek: στάχτη [stáchti]

Estonian: tuhk
Finnish: tuhka
Hungarian: hamu
Ingrian: tuhka
Komi (Zyrian): кинь [kiɲ]
Livonian: tū’gõd
Livvi-Karelian (Olonets): tuhku
Ludic: tuhke͔
Mari (Hill-, Meadow-): ломыж [ˈlɔməʒ]
Saami (Davvi/Northern): gutna
Saami (Inari): kunnâ
Saami (Kildin): кунн [kunn]
Saami (Lule): gudna
Saami (Pite): gudna
Saami (Skolt): kunn
Saami (Southern): govne
Saami (Ter): кунн [kunn]
Veps: tuhk
Votic: tuhka
Võro: tuhk

Amharic: አመድ /amäd/

Kazakh: күл /kül/
Turkish: kül
Turkmen: kül
Uzbek: kul

Evenki: хулэртэн [xulɛptɛn]

Mongolian: үнс /üns/

Chechen: къахьшту /q'aːʜʃtuː/

Malayalam: ചാരം [ˈt͡ʃaːɾəm]

Chinese (Cantonese): /fùi/
Chinese (Mandarin): /huī/
Chinese (Taiwanese): 灰燼 /hóe-hu/
Chinese (Shanghainese): /hue˥˧/

Japanese: / はい /hai/

Vietnamese: tro

Lao: ເທົ່າ /tʰāo/, ເທົ່າ /tʰāu/, ພັດສະມະ /pʰāt sá mā/
Thai: เท่า /tʰâw/, ขี้เถ้า /kʰîː tʰâw/, เถ้าถ่าน /tʰâw tʰàːn/

Hmong: tshauv
Iu Mien: saaiv

Bahasa Indonesia: abu
Malay: abu
Hawaiian: lehu, pa'u ahi

Papiamentu: shinishi

Cayuga: oˀgęhęˀ
Cherokee: ᎪᏍᏚ /kosdu/
Mohawk: o’kèn:ra
Oneida: oˀkʌ́·laˀ
Seneca: o’gë̀:’

Tlingit: kél't', (kél't') gan eetí

Aleut: utxin, chulukax̂, higignan, (volcanic) kinumaax
Iñupiaq: aġra
Yup'ik: araq, peluq qamlleq

Lakhota: čhaȟóta; (ashes from tobbacco) oǧú, čhaŋlóǧu

Arapaho: ce'i3ee
Chayenne: páa'e

Coeur D'Alene Salish: sqwniłkup
Colville-Okanagan Salish: qʷlmin
Lushootseed: x̌ʷúdad, q̓ʷáłčup

Creek: ēsso

Aymara: qhilla
Quechua: uspha

Eastern/Central Arrernte: arlpmenye, ikwentye; (hot) ntyerlpe

Ngaanyatjarra: tjurnpa, warutjurn(pa)
Pitjantjatjatra: tii-tii; (warm) ipa, kulku; (cold) tjunpa, unu
Pintupi-Luritja:(cold) pirilyi, ngamurru, purrku, miinti, tjunpa, yinminyi, kawunpa; yiipa, kulku

Basque: errauts

Canis: ascæna
Esperanto (constructed language): cindro
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Re: "Ash"

Postby atalarikt » 2018-02-16, 7:19

Adding Javanese, Balinese, Sundanese, Tahitian and Māori

Afrikaans: as
Anglo Saxon: æsce, asce, asca
Cimbrian: èsch
Dalecarlian: askau
Danish: aske
Dutch: as, asch (somewhat older)
English: ash
Faroese: øska
Frisian: jiske
German: Asche
Gothic: azgō
Icelandic: aska
Jamtlandic: aska [a`ask]
Middle High German: asche
Middle Low German: asche
Mòcheno: asch
Norwegian: aske, oska
Old English: æsce
Old High German: asca
Old Norse: aska
Old Swedish: aska
Scots: ess, yiss
Swedish: aska
Walser: äschò

Catalan: cendra
French: cendre
Italian: cenere
Ladin: cender
Latin: cinis
Portuguese: cinza
Romanian: cenuşă
Spanish: ceniza
Sardinian: chijína, chisgína (Logudorese, Nuorese) - ciníxu (Campidanese)

Cornish: luju, lusu
Irish: luaith
Scots-Gaelic: luath
Welsh: onnen, lludw

Bulgarian: пепел [pepel]
Croatian: pepeo
Czech: popel
Kashubian: pòpiół
Macedonian: пепел [pepel]
Polish: popiół
Russian: пепел [pepel], зола [zola]
Slovakian: popol
Serbian: пепео / pepeo
Slovenian: pepel
Slovio (constructed language): pepel / пепел
Upper Sorbian: popjeł

Latvian: pelni
Lithuanian: pelenai
Sūdovian: pelanê

Greek: στάχτη [stáchti]

Estonian: tuhk
Finnish: tuhka
Hungarian: hamu
Ingrian: tuhka
Komi (Zyrian): кинь [kiɲ]
Livonian: tū’gõd
Livvi-Karelian (Olonets): tuhku
Ludic: tuhke͔
Mari (Hill-, Meadow-): ломыж [ˈlɔməʒ]
Saami (Davvi/Northern): gutna
Saami (Inari): kunnâ
Saami (Kildin): кунн [kunn]
Saami (Lule): gudna
Saami (Pite): gudna
Saami (Skolt): kunn
Saami (Southern): govne
Saami (Ter): кунн [kunn]
Veps: tuhk
Votic: tuhka
Võro: tuhk

Amharic: አመድ /amäd/

Kazakh: күл /kül/
Turkish: kül
Turkmen: kül
Uzbek: kul

Evenki: хулэртэн [xulɛptɛn]

Mongolian: үнс /üns/

Chechen: къахьшту /q'aːʜʃtuː/

Malayalam: ചാരം [ˈt͡ʃaːɾəm]

Chinese (Cantonese): /fùi/
Chinese (Mandarin): /huī/
Chinese (Taiwanese): 灰燼 /hóe-hu/
Chinese (Shanghainese): /hue˥˧/

Japanese: / はい /hai/

Vietnamese: tro

Lao: ເທົ່າ /tʰāo/, ເທົ່າ /tʰāu/, ພັດສະມະ /pʰāt sá mā/
Thai: เท่า /tʰâw/, ขี้เถ้า /kʰîː tʰâw/, เถ้าถ่าน /tʰâw tʰàːn/

Hmong: tshauv
Iu Mien: saaiv

Bahasa Indonesia: abu
Malay: abu
Hawaiian: lehu, pa'u ahi
Javanese: awu
Balinese: aon [aɔn]
Sundanese: lebu [ləbu]; (ashes from tobacco) calacah
Tahitian: rehu auahi
Māori: pungarehu

Papiamentu: shinishi

Cayuga: oˀgęhęˀ
Cherokee: ᎪᏍᏚ /kosdu/
Mohawk: o’kèn:ra
Oneida: oˀkʌ́·laˀ
Seneca: o’gë̀:’

Tlingit: kél't', (kél't') gan eetí

Aleut: utxin, chulukax̂, higignan, (volcanic) kinumaax
Iñupiaq: aġra
Yup'ik: araq, peluq qamlleq

Lakhota: čhaȟóta; (ashes from tobbacco) oǧú, čhaŋlóǧu

Arapaho: ce'i3ee
Chayenne: páa'e

Coeur D'Alene Salish: sqwniłkup
Colville-Okanagan Salish: qʷlmin
Lushootseed: x̌ʷúdad, q̓ʷáłčup

Creek: ēsso

Aymara: qhilla
Quechua: uspha

Eastern/Central Arrernte: arlpmenye, ikwentye; (hot) ntyerlpe

Ngaanyatjarra: tjurnpa, warutjurn(pa)
Pitjantjatjatra: tii-tii; (warm) ipa, kulku; (cold) tjunpa, unu
Pintupi-Luritja:(cold) pirilyi, ngamurru, purrku, miinti, tjunpa, yinminyi, kawunpa; yiipa, kulku

Basque: errauts

Canis: ascæna
Esperanto (constructed language): cindro
وَمِنْ آيَاتِهِ خَلْقُ السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضِ وَاخْتِلَافُ أَلْسِنَتِكُمْ وَأَلْوَانِكُمْ ۚ إِنَّ فِي ذَٰلِكَ لَآيَاتٍ لِلْعَالِمِينَ۝
"And of His signs is the creation of the heavens and the earth and the diversity of your languages and your colors. Indeed in that are signs for those of knowledge." (Ar-Rum: 22)

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Re: "Ash"

Postby Bernard » 2018-02-16, 10:31

+ Classical Greek

Afrikaans: as
Anglo Saxon: æsce, asce, asca
Cimbrian: èsch
Dalecarlian: askau
Danish: aske
Dutch: as, asch (somewhat older)
English: ash
Faroese: øska
Frisian: jiske
German: Asche
Gothic: azgō
Icelandic: aska
Jamtlandic: aska [a`ask]
Middle High German: asche
Middle Low German: asche
Mòcheno: asch
Norwegian: aske, oska
Old English: æsce
Old High German: asca
Old Norse: aska
Old Swedish: aska
Scots: ess, yiss
Swedish: aska
Walser: äschò

Catalan: cendra
French: cendre
Italian: cenere
Ladin: cender
Latin: cinis
Portuguese: cinza
Romanian: cenuşă
Sardinian: chijína, chisgína (Logudorese, Nuorese) - ciníxu (Campidanese)
Spanish: ceniza

Cornish: luju, lusu
Irish: luaith
Scots-Gaelic: luath
Welsh: onnen, lludw

Bulgarian: пепел [pepel]
Croatian: pepeo
Czech: popel
Kashubian: pòpiół
Macedonian: пепел [pepel]
Polish: popiół
Russian: пепел [pepel], зола [zola]
Slovakian: popol
Serbian: пепео / pepeo
Slovenian: pepel
Slovio (constructed language): pepel / пепел
Upper Sorbian: popjeł

Latvian: pelni
Lithuanian: pelenai
Sūdovian: pelanê

Greek: στάχτη [stáchti]
Classical Greek: τέφρα [téfra]

Estonian: tuhk
Finnish: tuhka
Hungarian: hamu
Ingrian: tuhka
Komi (Zyrian): кинь [kiɲ]
Livonian: tū’gõd
Livvi-Karelian (Olonets): tuhku
Ludic: tuhke͔
Mari (Hill-, Meadow-): ломыж [ˈlɔməʒ]
Saami (Davvi/Northern): gutna
Saami (Inari): kunnâ
Saami (Kildin): кунн [kunn]
Saami (Lule): gudna
Saami (Pite): gudna
Saami (Skolt): kunn
Saami (Southern): govne
Saami (Ter): кунн [kunn]
Veps: tuhk
Votic: tuhka
Võro: tuhk

Amharic: አመድ /amäd/

Kazakh: күл /kül/
Turkish: kül
Turkmen: kül
Uzbek: kul

Evenki: хулэртэн [xulɛptɛn]

Mongolian: үнс /üns/

Chechen: къахьшту /q'aːʜʃtuː/

Malayalam: ചാരം [ˈt͡ʃaːɾəm]

Chinese (Cantonese): /fùi/
Chinese (Mandarin): /huī/
Chinese (Taiwanese): 灰燼 /hóe-hu/
Chinese (Shanghainese): /hue˥˧/

Japanese: / はい /hai/

Vietnamese: tro

Lao: ເທົ່າ /tʰāo/, ເທົ່າ /tʰāu/, ພັດສະມະ /pʰāt sá mā/
Thai: เท่า /tʰâw/, ขี้เถ้า /kʰîː tʰâw/, เถ้าถ่าน /tʰâw tʰàːn/

Hmong: tshauv
Iu Mien: saaiv

Bahasa Indonesia: abu
Malay: abu
Hawaiian: lehu, pa'u ahi
Javanese: awu
Balinese: aon [aɔn]
Sundanese: lebu [ləbu]; (ashes from tobacco) calacah
Tahitian: rehu auahi
Māori: pungarehu

Papiamentu: shinishi

Cayuga: oˀgęhęˀ
Cherokee: ᎪᏍᏚ /kosdu/
Mohawk: o’kèn:ra
Oneida: oˀkʌ́·laˀ
Seneca: o’gë̀:’

Tlingit: kél't', (kél't') gan eetí

Aleut: utxin, chulukax̂, higignan, (volcanic) kinumaax
Iñupiaq: aġra
Yup'ik: araq, peluq qamlleq

Lakhota: čhaȟóta; (ashes from tobbacco) oǧú, čhaŋlóǧu

Arapaho: ce'i3ee
Chayenne: páa'e

Coeur D'Alene Salish: sqwniłkup
Colville-Okanagan Salish: qʷlmin
Lushootseed: x̌ʷúdad, q̓ʷáłčup

Creek: ēsso

Aymara: qhilla
Quechua: uspha

Eastern/Central Arrernte: arlpmenye, ikwentye; (hot) ntyerlpe

Ngaanyatjarra: tjurnpa, warutjurn(pa)
Pitjantjatjatra: tii-tii; (warm) ipa, kulku; (cold) tjunpa, unu
Pintupi-Luritja:(cold) pirilyi, ngamurru, purrku, miinti, tjunpa, yinminyi, kawunpa; yiipa, kulku

Basque: errauts

Canis: ascæna
Esperanto (constructed language): cindro

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Re: "Ash"

Postby linguoboy » 2018-02-16, 14:16

Korean, Osage

Afrikaans: as
Anglo Saxon: æsce, asce, asca
Cimbrian: èsch
Dalecarlian: askau
Danish: aske
Dutch: as, asch (somewhat older)
English: ash
Faroese: øska
Frisian: jiske
German: Asche
Gothic: azgō
Icelandic: aska
Jamtlandic: aska [a`ask]
Middle High German: asche
Middle Low German: asche
Mòcheno: asch
Norwegian: aske, oska
Old English: æsce
Old High German: asca
Old Norse: aska
Old Swedish: aska
Scots: ess, yiss
Swedish: aska
Walser: äschò

Catalan: cendra
French: cendre
Italian: cenere
Ladin: cender
Latin: cinis
Portuguese: cinza
Romanian: cenuşă
Sardinian: chijína, chisgína (Logudorese, Nuorese) - ciníxu (Campidanese)
Spanish: ceniza

Cornish: luju, lusu
Irish: luaith
Scots-Gaelic: luath
Welsh: onnen, lludw

Bulgarian: пепел [pepel]
Croatian: pepeo
Czech: popel
Kashubian: pòpiół
Macedonian: пепел [pepel]
Polish: popiół
Russian: пепел [pepel], зола [zola]
Slovakian: popol
Serbian: пепео / pepeo
Slovenian: pepel
Slovio (constructed language): pepel / пепел
Upper Sorbian: popjeł

Latvian: pelni
Lithuanian: pelenai
Sūdovian: pelanê

Greek: στάχτη [stáchti]
Classical Greek: τέφρα [téfra]

Estonian: tuhk
Finnish: tuhka
Hungarian: hamu
Ingrian: tuhka
Komi (Zyrian): кинь [kiɲ]
Livonian: tū’gõd
Livvi-Karelian (Olonets): tuhku
Ludic: tuhke͔
Mari (Hill-, Meadow-): ломыж [ˈlɔməʒ]
Saami (Davvi/Northern): gutna
Saami (Inari): kunnâ
Saami (Kildin): кунн [kunn]
Saami (Lule): gudna
Saami (Pite): gudna
Saami (Skolt): kunn
Saami (Southern): govne
Saami (Ter): кунн [kunn]
Veps: tuhk
Votic: tuhka
Võro: tuhk

Amharic: አመድ /amäd/

Kazakh: күл /kül/
Turkish: kül
Turkmen: kül
Uzbek: kul

Evenki: хулэртэн [xulɛptɛn]

Mongolian: үнс /üns/

Chechen: къахьшту /q'aːʜʃtuː/

Malayalam: ചാരം [ˈt͡ʃaːɾəm]

Chinese (Cantonese): /fùi/
Chinese (Mandarin): /huī/
Chinese (Taiwanese): 灰燼 /hóe-hu/
Chinese (Shanghainese): /hue˥˧/

Japanese: / はい /hai/
Korean: 재 /cay/

Vietnamese: tro

Lao: ເທົ່າ /tʰāo/, ເທົ່າ /tʰāu/, ພັດສະມະ /pʰāt sá mā/
Thai: เท่า /tʰâw/, ขี้เถ้า /kʰîː tʰâw/, เถ้าถ่าน /tʰâw tʰàːn/

Hmong: tshauv
Iu Mien: saaiv

Balinese: aon [aɔn]
Hawaiian: lehu, pa'u ahi
Indonesian: abu
Javanese: awu
Malay: abu
Māori: pungarehu
Sundanese: lebu [ləbu]; (ashes from tobacco) calacah
Tahitian: rehu auahi

Papiamentu: shinishi

Cayuga: oˀgęhęˀ
Cherokee: ᎪᏍᏚ /kosdu/
Mohawk: o’kèn:ra
Oneida: oˀkʌ́·laˀ
Seneca: o’gë̀:’

Tlingit: kél't', (kél't') gan eetí

Aleut: utxin, chulukax̂, higignan, (volcanic) kinumaax
Iñupiaq: aġra
Yup'ik: araq, peluq qamlleq

Lakhota: čhaȟóta; (ashes from tobbacco) oǧú, čhaŋlóǧu
Osage: níixoce [lit. "grey water"]

Arapaho: ce'i3ee
Chayenne: páa'e

Coeur D'Alene Salish: sqwniłkup
Colville-Okanagan Salish: qʷlmin
Lushootseed: x̌ʷúdad, q̓ʷáłčup

Creek: ēsso

Aymara: qhilla
Quechua: uspha

Eastern/Central Arrernte: arlpmenye, ikwentye; (hot) ntyerlpe

Ngaanyatjarra: tjurnpa, warutjurn(pa)
Pitjantjatjatra: tii-tii; (warm) ipa, kulku; (cold) tjunpa, unu
Pintupi-Luritja:(cold) pirilyi, ngamurru, purrku, miinti, tjunpa, yinminyi, kawunpa; yiipa, kulku

Basque: errauts

Canis: ascæna
Esperanto: cindro
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