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Re: Palindromes

Postby IpseDixit » 2014-03-01, 15:56

[flag=]af[/flag] Afrikaans: daad, dood, pop
[ownflag=]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/20/Flag_of_Bavaria_(lozengy).svg/120px-Flag_of_Bavaria_(lozengy).svg.png[/ownflag] Bavarian: aa
[flag=]dk[/flag] Danish: død
[flag=]nl[/flag] Dutch: daad, dood, lul, kajak, kak, pop, raar, tot
[flag=]en[/flag] English: dad, detartrated, did, eve, gag, gig, heh, huh, Kanak, kayak, ma'am, Malayalam, mom, mum, nun, pop, racecar, repaper, revver, rotator, Rotavator, tattarrattat, tit, wow, yay
[flag=]de[/flag] German: Ebbe, Egge, Esse, Neffen, nennen, nun, rar, Reittier, Reliefpfeiler, Renner, Rentner, tat, Tat, tot
[flag=]no-nb[/flag] Norwegian (Bokmål): død
[flag=]no-nn[/flag] Norwegian (Nynorsk): død
[flag=]stq[/flag] Saterland Frisian: dood
[flag=]sv[/flag] Swedish: död, kajak

[flag=]ast[/flag] Asturian: nun
[flag=]fr[/flag] French: bob, coloc, elle, été, gag, ici, non, pop, radar, ressasser, rêver, rotor, sas, selles, ses, stats, solos, tôt, Kanak, alla
[flag=]gl[/flag] Galician: nun
[flag=]it[/flag] Italian: abba, afa, aia, ala, alla, ama, ara, arra, atta, ava, aveva, ebbe, elle, epe, ere, esose, esse, ette, idi, ili, ingegni, inni, iri, issi, ivi, non, odo, onorarono, oco, oro, orro, oso, ossesso, osso, ottetto, otto, pop, radar, vov, wow
[flag=]la[/flag] Latin: ala, ama, ara, assa, ecce, ede, eme, esse, ibi, ii, illi, iri, malam, mappam, massam, mutum, non, occo, oro, ovo, sanas, sannas, sedes, senes, solos, sonos, subus, summus, sumus, sus, suus, teget, tenet, tepet, tot
[flag=]mwl[/flag] Mirandese: nun
[flag=]pt[/flag] Portuguese: mim
[flag=]ro[/flag] Romanian: nun, potop
[flag=]es[/flag] Spanish: ala, ojo, olo, oro

[flag=]bs[/flag] Bosnian: ići, idi, kajak, ono, pop, potop, tat
[flag=]bg[/flag] Bulgarian: как, поп
[flag=]hr[/flag] Croatian: ići, idi, kajak, kak (Kajkavian), ono, pop, potop, tat
[flag=]cs[/flag] Czech: mim, ono
[flag=]dsb[/flag] Lower Sorbian: kak
[flag=]mk[/flag] Macedonian: поп
[flag=]sr-me[/flag] Montenegrin: ići / ићи, idi / иди, kajak / кајаk, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат
[flag=]pl[/flag] Polish: Aga, Ala, ała!, bab, bób, jaj, jej, kajak, łał, mam, mim, oko, Olo, ono, pop, potop, rur
[flag=]ru[/flag] Russian: иди, как, оно, поп, потоп
[flag=]szl[/flag] Silesian: ała
[flag=]sk[/flag] Slovak: kajak, ono, pop
[flag=]sl[/flag] Slovene: kajak, ono
[flag=]sr[/flag] Serbian: ići / ићи, idi / иди, kajak / кајак, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат

[flag=]ty[/flag] Tahitian: iti
[flag=]wls[/flag] Walisian: afa, aga, agaaga, ala, alula, ata, oho, olo, ono, uhu

[flag=]eo[/flag] Esperanto: okejeko; ĵazaĵ'; alamala; ajuja; ejuje; ujuju; ĥoraprparoĥ', nun, okejeko, ozo, ujuju

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Re: Palindromes

Postby PiotrR » 2014-03-01, 15:58

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IpseDixit

Re: Palindromes

Postby IpseDixit » 2014-03-01, 15:59

[flag=]af[/flag] Afrikaans: daad, dood, pop
[ownflag=]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/20/Flag_of_Bavaria_(lozengy).svg/120px-Flag_of_Bavaria_(lozengy).svg.png[/ownflag] Bavarian: aa
[flag=]dk[/flag] Danish: død
[flag=]nl[/flag] Dutch: daad, dood, lul, kajak, kak, pop, raar, tot
[flag=]en[/flag] English: dad, detartrated, did, eve, gag, gig, heh, huh, Kanak, kayak, ma'am, Malayalam, mom, mum, nun, pop, racecar, repaper, revver, rotator, Rotavator, tattarrattat, tit, wow, yay
[flag=]de[/flag] German: Ebbe, Egge, Esse, Neffen, nennen, nun, rar, Reittier, Reliefpfeiler, Renner, Rentner, tat, Tat, tot
[flag=]no-nb[/flag] Norwegian (Bokmål): død
[flag=]no-nn[/flag] Norwegian (Nynorsk): død
[flag=]stq[/flag] Saterland Frisian: dood
[flag=]sv[/flag] Swedish: död, kajak
[flag=]de-gsw[/flag] Swiss German: aa, sis

[flag=]ast[/flag] Asturian: nun
[flag=]fr[/flag] French: bob, coloc, elle, été, gag, ici, non, pop, radar, ressasser, rêver, rotor, sas, selles, ses, stats, solos, tôt, Kanak, alla
[flag=]gl[/flag] Galician: nun
[flag=]it[/flag] Italian: abba, afa, aia, ala, alla, ama, ara, arra, atta, ava, aveva, ebe, ebbe, elle, eme, epe, ere, esose, esse, ette, idi, ili, imi, ingegni, inni, iri, issi, ivi, non, odo, onorarono, oco, oro, orro, oso, ossesso, osso, ottetto, otto, pop, radar, vov, wow
[flag=]la[/flag] Latin: ala, ama, ara, assa, ecce, ede, eme, esse, ibi, ii, illi, iri, malam, mappam, massam, mutum, non, occo, oro, ovo, sanas, sannas, sedes, senes, solos, sonos, subus, summus, sumus, sus, suus, teget, tenet, tepet, tot
[flag=]mwl[/flag] Mirandese: nun
[flag=]pt[/flag] Portuguese: mim
[flag=]ro[/flag] Romanian: nun, potop
[flag=]es[/flag] Spanish: ala, ojo, olo, oro

[flag=]bs[/flag] Bosnian: ići, idi, kajak, ono, pop, potop, tat
[flag=]bg[/flag] Bulgarian: как, поп
[flag=]hr[/flag] Croatian: ići, idi, kajak, kak (Kajkavian), ono, pop, potop, tat
[flag=]cs[/flag] Czech: mim, ono
[flag=]dsb[/flag] Lower Sorbian: kak
[flag=]mk[/flag] Macedonian: поп
[flag=]sr-me[/flag] Montenegrin: ići / ићи, idi / иди, kajak / кајаk, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат
[flag=]pl[/flag] Polish: Aga, Ala, ała!, bab, bób, jaj, jej, kajak, łał, mam, mim, oko, Olo, ono, pop, potop, rur
[flag=]ru[/flag] Russian: иди, как, оно, поп, потоп
[flag=]szl[/flag] Silesian: ała
[flag=]sk[/flag] Slovak: kajak, ono, pop
[flag=]sl[/flag] Slovene: kajak, ono
[flag=]sr[/flag] Serbian: ići / ићи, idi / иди, kajak / кајак, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат

[flag=]ty[/flag] Tahitian: iti
[flag=]wls[/flag] Walisian: afa, aga, agaaga, ala, alula, ata, oho, olo, ono, uhu

[flag=]eo[/flag] Esperanto: okejeko; ĵazaĵ'; alamala; ajuja; ejuje; ujuju; ĥoraprparoĥ', nun, okejeko, ozo, ujuju
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Re: Palindromes

Postby Bernard » 2014-03-01, 16:05

[flag=]af[/flag] Afrikaans: daad, dood, pop
[ownflag=]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/20/Flag_of_Bavaria_(lozengy).svg/120px-Flag_of_Bavaria_(lozengy).svg.png[/ownflag] Bavarian: aa
[flag=]dk[/flag] Danish: død
[flag=]nl[/flag] Dutch: daad, dood, lul, kajak, kak, pop, raar, tot
[flag=]en[/flag] English: dad, detartrated, did, eve, gag, gig, heh, huh, Kanak, kayak, ma'am, Malayalam, mom, mum, nun, pop, racecar, repaper, revver, rotator, Rotavator, tattarrattat, tit, wow, yay
[flag=]de[/flag] German: Ebbe, Egge, Esse, Neffen, nennen, nun, rar, Reittier, Reliefpfeiler, Renner, Rentner, tat, Tat, tot
[flag=]no-nb[/flag] Norwegian (Bokmål): død
[flag=]no-nn[/flag] Norwegian (Nynorsk): død
[flag=]stq[/flag] Saterland Frisian: dood
[flag=]sv[/flag] Swedish: död, kajak
[flag=]de-gsw[/flag] Swiss German: aa, sis

[flag=]ast[/flag] Asturian: nun
[flag=]fr[/flag] French: bob, coloc, elle, été, gag, ici, non, pop, radar, ressasser, rêver, rotor, sas, selles, ses, stats, solos, tôt, Kanak, alla
[flag=]gl[/flag] Galician: nun
[flag=]it[/flag] Italian: abba, afa, aia, ala, alla, ama, ara, arra, atta, ava, aveva, ebe, ebbe, elle, eme, epe, ere, esose, esse, ette, idi, ili, ingegni, inni, iri, issi, ivi, non, odo, onorarono, oco, oro, orro, oso, ossesso, osso, ottetto, otto, pop, radar, vov, wow
[flag=]la[/flag] Latin: ala, ama, ara, assa, ecce, ede, eme, esse, ibi, ii, illi, iri, malam, mammam, mappam, massam, mutum, non, occo, oro, ovo, sanas, sannas, sedes, senes, solos, sonos, subus, summus, sumus, sus, suus, taxat, teget, tenet, tepet, tot
[flag=]mwl[/flag] Mirandese: nun
[flag=]pt[/flag] Portuguese: mim
[flag=]ro[/flag] Romanian: nun, potop
[flag=]es[/flag] Spanish: ala, ojo, olo, oro

[flag=]bs[/flag] Bosnian: ići, idi, kajak, ono, pop, potop, tat
[flag=]bg[/flag] Bulgarian: как, поп
[flag=]hr[/flag] Croatian: ići, idi, kajak, kak (Kajkavian), ono, pop, potop, tat
[flag=]cs[/flag] Czech: mim, ono
[flag=]dsb[/flag] Lower Sorbian: kak
[flag=]mk[/flag] Macedonian: поп
[flag=]sr-me[/flag] Montenegrin: ići / ићи, idi / иди, kajak / кајаk, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат
[flag=]pl[/flag] Polish: Aga, Ala, ała!, bab, bób, jaj, jej, kajak, łał, mam, mim, oko, Olo, ono, pop, potop, rur
[flag=]ru[/flag] Russian: иди, как, оно, поп, потоп
[flag=]szl[/flag] Silesian: ała
[flag=]sk[/flag] Slovak: kajak, ono, pop
[flag=]sl[/flag] Slovene: kajak, ono
[flag=]sr[/flag] Serbian: ići / ићи, idi / иди, kajak / кајак, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат

[flag=]ty[/flag] Tahitian: iti
[flag=]wls[/flag] Walisian: afa, aga, agaaga, ala, alula, ata, oho, olo, ono, uhu

[flag=]eo[/flag] Esperanto: okejeko; ĵazaĵ'; alamala; ajuja; ejuje; ujuju; ĥoraprparoĥ', nun, okejeko, ozo, ujuju

IpseDixit

Re: Palindromes

Postby IpseDixit » 2014-03-01, 16:10

[flag=]af[/flag] Afrikaans: daad, dood, pop
[ownflag=]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/20/Flag_of_Bavaria_(lozengy).svg/120px-Flag_of_Bavaria_(lozengy).svg.png[/ownflag] Bavarian: aa
[flag=]dk[/flag] Danish: død
[flag=]nl[/flag] Dutch: daad, dood, lul, kajak, kak, pop, raar, tot
[flag=]en[/flag] English: dad, detartrated, did, eve, gag, gig, heh, huh, Kanak, kayak, ma'am, Malayalam, mom, mum, nun, pop, racecar, repaper, revver, rotator, Rotavator, tattarrattat, tit, wow, yay
[flag=]de[/flag] German: Ebbe, Egge, Esse, Neffen, nennen, nun, rar, Reittier, Reliefpfeiler, Renner, Rentner, tat, Tat, tot
[flag=]no-nb[/flag] Norwegian (Bokmål): død
[flag=]no-nn[/flag] Norwegian (Nynorsk): død
[flag=]stq[/flag] Saterland Frisian: dood
[flag=]sv[/flag] Swedish: död, kajak
[flag=]de-gsw[/flag] Swiss German: aa, sis

[flag=]ast[/flag] Asturian: nun
[flag=]fr[/flag] French: bob, coloc, elle, été, gag, ici, non, pop, radar, ressasser, rêver, rotor, sas, selles, ses, stats, solos, tôt, Kanak, alla
[flag=]gl[/flag] Galician: nun
[flag=]it[/flag] Italian: abba, afa, aia, ala, alla, ama, ara, arra, atta, ava, aveva, azza, ebe, ebbe, elle, eme, epe, ere, esose, esse, ette, idi, ili, imi, ingegni, inni, iri, issi, ivi, non, oco, odo, onorarono, oro, orro, oso, ossesso, osso, ottetto, otto, pop, radar, vov, wow
[flag=]la[/flag] Latin: ala, ama, ara, assa, ecce, ede, eme, esse, ibi, ii, illi, iri, malam, mammam, mappam, massam, mutum, non, occo, oro, ovo, sanas, sannas, sedes, senes, solos, sonos, subus, summus, sumus, sus, suus, taxat, teget, tenet, tepet, tot
[flag=]mwl[/flag] Mirandese: nun
[flag=]pt[/flag] Portuguese: mim
[flag=]ro[/flag] Romanian: nun, potop
[flag=]es[/flag] Spanish: ala, ojo, olo, oro

[flag=]bs[/flag] Bosnian: ići, idi, kajak, ono, pop, potop, tat
[flag=]bg[/flag] Bulgarian: как, поп
[flag=]hr[/flag] Croatian: ići, idi, kajak, kak (Kajkavian), ono, pop, potop, tat
[flag=]cs[/flag] Czech: mim, ono
[flag=]dsb[/flag] Lower Sorbian: kak
[flag=]mk[/flag] Macedonian: поп
[flag=]sr-me[/flag] Montenegrin: ići / ићи, idi / иди, kajak / кајаk, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат
[flag=]pl[/flag] Polish: Aga, Ala, ała!, bab, bób, jaj, jej, kajak, łał, mam, mim, oko, Olo, ono, pop, potop, rur
[flag=]ru[/flag] Russian: иди, как, оно, поп, потоп
[flag=]szl[/flag] Silesian: ała
[flag=]sk[/flag] Slovak: kajak, ono, pop
[flag=]sl[/flag] Slovene: kajak, ono
[flag=]sr[/flag] Serbian: ići / ићи, idi / иди, kajak / кајак, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат

[flag=]ty[/flag] Tahitian: iti
[flag=]wls[/flag] Walisian: afa, aga, agaaga, ala, alula, ata, oho, olo, ono, uhu

[flag=]eo[/flag] Esperanto: okejeko; ĵazaĵ'; alamala; ajuja; ejuje; ujuju; ĥoraprparoĥ', nun, okejeko, ozo, ujuju

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Re: Palindromes

Postby PiotrR » 2014-03-01, 16:48

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Re: Palindromes

Postby JuxtapositionQMan » 2014-03-01, 18:09

Re-inserting Esperanto

[flag=]af[/flag] Afrikaans: daad, dood, pop
[ownflag=]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/20/Flag_of_Bavaria_(lozengy).svg/120px-Flag_of_Bavaria_(lozengy).svg.png[/ownflag] Bavarian: aa
[flag=]dk[/flag] Danish: død, sos
[flag=]nl[/flag] Dutch: Ada, Anna, Aviva, bob, Bob, daad, deelkoortsmeetsysteemstrookleed, deelleed, dood, droommoord, droomnepparterreserretrappenmoord, droomoord, Ebbe, Ede, edelstaalplaatslede, Ee, eibofobie, Eke, Elle, Ellemelle, Epe, Eppe, Ette, Eve, Eye, Hannah, Idi, kaak, kajak, kak, keek, kik, kok, koortsmeetsysteemstrook, Laval, legermeetsysteemregel, legersregel, Legovogel, lel, lepel, levensnevel, libellebil, lol, lul, maandnaam, madam, mam, meetsysteem, Natan, neen, negen, nekken, nemen, nepparterreserretrappen, nepparterrestaalplaatserretrappen, nepparterretrappen, neppen, neppoppen, neven, non, Okko, Onno, Otto, pap, parterrestaalplaatserretrap, parterretrap, partyboobytrap, Pip, pop, Pop, pup, raar, racecar, radar, redder, Reinier, Reyer, roodoor, rotor, sas, Sas, serres, sis, soos, sos, stormrots, Sus, Suus, taartstraat, tarwewrat, Tat, tot, Viv, Yarray
[flag=]en[/flag] English: Bob, dad, detartrated, did, eve, eye, Eye, gag, gig, Hannah, heh, huh, Kanak, kayak, ma'am, Malayalam, mom, mum, noon, nun, pop, racecar, repaper, revver, rotator, Rotavator, tattarrattat, tit, wow, yay
[flag=]de[/flag] German: Ebbe, Egge, Esse, Neffen, nennen, nun, rar, Reittier, Reliefpfeiler, Renner, Rentner, Otto, tat, Tat, tot
[flag=]lim[/flag] Limburgish: droamoard, kok, madam, pap, parterretrap
[flag=]lb[/flag] Luxembourgish: Neyen
[flag=]no-nb[/flag] Norwegian (Bokmål): død
[flag=]no-nn[/flag] Norwegian (Nynorsk): død
[flag=]stq[/flag] Saterland Frisian: dood
[flag=]sv[/flag] Swedish: död, kajak, sos
[flag=]de-gsw[/flag] Swiss German: aa, sis
[flag=]fy[/flag] West Frisian: leppel, mem, radar, rotor

[flag=]ast[/flag] Asturian: nun
[flag=]fr[/flag] French: bob, coloc, elle, été, gag, ici, non, pop, radar, ressasser, rêver, rotor, sas, selles, ses, stats, solos, tôt, Kanak, alla
[flag=]gl[/flag] Galician: non, nun
[flag=]it[/flag] Italian: abba, afa, aia, ala, alla, ama, ara, arra, atta, ava, aveva, azza, ebe, ebbe, elle, eme, epe, ere, esose, esse, ette, idi, ili, imi, ingegni, inni, iri, issi, ivi, non, oco, odo, onorarono, oro, orro, oso, ossesso, osso, ottetto, otto, pop, radar, vov, wow
[flag=]la[/flag] Latin: ala, ama, ara, assa, ecce, ede, eme, esse, ibi, ii, illi, iri, malam, mammam, mappam, massam, mutum, non, occo, oro, ovo, sanas, sannas, sedes, senes, solos, sonos, subus, summus, sumus, sus, suus, taxat, teget, tenet, tepet, tot
[flag=]mwl[/flag] Mirandese: nun
[flag=]pt[/flag] Portuguese: mim
[flag=]ro[/flag] Romanian: nun, potop, sos
[flag=]rm[/flag] Romansch: non, tat
[flag=]es[/flag] Spanish: ala, Ana, ojo, olo, oro, sos (voseo)

[flag=]bs[/flag] Bosnian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
[flag=]bg[/flag] Bulgarian: или, как, поп
[flag=]hr[/flag] Croatian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, kak (Kajkavian), Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
[flag=]cs[/flag] Czech: krk, mim, ono
[flag=]dsb[/flag] Lower Sorbian: kak
[flag=]mk[/flag] Macedonian: или, поп
[flag=]sr-me[/flag] Montenegrin: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајаk, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат
[flag=]pl[/flag] Polish: Ada, Aga, Ala, ała!, Anna, bab, bób, jaj, jej, kajak, łał, mam, mim, oko, Olo, ono, pop, potop, radar, rur, sos
[flag=]ru[/flag] Russian: иди, или, как, оно, поп, потоп
[flag=]szl[/flag] Silesian: ała
[flag=]sk[/flag] Slovak: kajak, krk, ono, pop
[flag=]sl[/flag] Slovene: kajak, ono
[flag=]sr[/flag] Serbian: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајак, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат

[flag=]ty[/flag] Tahitian: iti
[flag=]wls[/flag] Walisian: afa, aga, agaaga, ala, alula, ata, oho, olo, ono, uhu

[flag=]eo[/flag] aĉa, ajuja, aĵa, ala, alamala, ara, ejuje, ĥoraprparoĥ', ili, igi, iĝi, ĵazaĵ', nun, okejeko, ozo, ujuju
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IpseDixit

Re: Palindromes

Postby IpseDixit » 2014-03-01, 20:05

[flag=]af[/flag] Afrikaans: daad, dood, pop
[ownflag=]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/20/Flag_of_Bavaria_(lozengy).svg/120px-Flag_of_Bavaria_(lozengy).svg.png[/ownflag] Bavarian: aa
[flag=]dk[/flag] Danish: død, sos
[flag=]nl[/flag] Dutch: Ada, Anna, Aviva, bob, Bob, daad, deelkoortsmeetsysteemstrookleed, deelleed, dood, droommoord, droomnepparterreserretrappenmoord, droomoord, Ebbe, Ede, edelstaalplaatslede, Ee, eibofobie, Eke, Elle, Ellemelle, Epe, Eppe, Ette, Eve, Eye, Hannah, Idi, kaak, kajak, kak, keek, kik, kok, koortsmeetsysteemstrook, Laval, legermeetsysteemregel, legersregel, Legovogel, lel, lepel, levensnevel, libellebil, lol, lul, maandnaam, madam, mam, meetsysteem, Natan, neen, negen, nekken, nemen, nepparterreserretrappen, nepparterrestaalplaatserretrappen, nepparterretrappen, neppen, neppoppen, neven, non, Okko, Onno, Otto, pap, parterrestaalplaatserretrap, parterretrap, partyboobytrap, Pip, pop, Pop, pup, raar, racecar, radar, redder, Reinier, Reyer, roodoor, rotor, sas, Sas, serres, sis, soos, sos, stormrots, Sus, Suus, taartstraat, tarwewrat, Tat, tot, Viv, Yarray
[flag=]en[/flag] English: Bob, dad, detartrated, did, eve, eye, Eye, gag, gig, Hannah, heh, huh, Kanak, kayak, ma'am, Malayalam, mom, mum, noon, nun, pop, racecar, repaper, revver, rotator, Rotavator, tattarrattat, tit, wow, yay
[flag=]de[/flag] German: Ebbe, Egge, Esse, Neffen, nennen, nun, rar, Reittier, Reliefpfeiler, Renner, Rentner, Otto, tat, Tat, tot
[flag=]lim[/flag] Limburgish: droamoard, kok, madam, pap, parterretrap
[flag=]lb[/flag] Luxembourgish: Neyen
[flag=]no-nb[/flag] Norwegian (Bokmål): død
[flag=]no-nn[/flag] Norwegian (Nynorsk): død
[flag=]stq[/flag] Saterland Frisian: dood
[flag=]sv[/flag] Swedish: död, kajak, sos
[flag=]de-gsw[/flag] Swiss German: aa, sis
[flag=]fy[/flag] West Frisian: leppel, mem, radar, rotor

[flag=]ast[/flag] Asturian: nun
[flag=]fr[/flag] French: bob, coloc, elle, été, gag, ici, non, pop, radar, ressasser, rêver, rotor, sas, selles, ses, stats, solos, tôt, Kanak, alla
[flag=]gl[/flag] Galician: non, nun
[flag=]it[/flag] Italian: abba, afa, aia, ala, alla, ama, ara, arra, atta, ava, aveva, azza, ebe, ebbe, elle, eme, ere, epe, esose, esse, ette, idi, ili, ingegni, inni, iri, issi, ivi, non, oco, odo, onorarono, oro, orro, oso, ossesso, osso, ottetto, otto, pop, radar, vov, wow
[flag=]la[/flag] Latin: ala, ama, ara, assa, ecce, ede, eme, esse, ibi, ii, illi, iri, malam, mammam, mappam, massam, mutum, non, occo, oro, ovo, sanas, sannas, sedes, senes, solos, sonos, subus, summus, sumus, sus, suus, taxat, teget, tenet, tepet, tot
[flag=]mwl[/flag] Mirandese: nun
[flag=]pt[/flag] Portuguese: mim
[flag=]ro[/flag] Romanian: nun, potop, sos
[flag=]rm[/flag] Romansch: non, tat
[flag=]es[/flag] Spanish: ala, Ana, ojo, olo, oro, sos (voseo)

[flag=]bs[/flag] Bosnian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
[flag=]bg[/flag] Bulgarian: или, как, поп
[flag=]hr[/flag] Croatian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, kak (Kajkavian), Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
[flag=]cs[/flag] Czech: krk, mim, ono
[flag=]dsb[/flag] Lower Sorbian: kak
[flag=]mk[/flag] Macedonian: или, поп
[flag=]sr-me[/flag] Montenegrin: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајаk, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат
[flag=]pl[/flag] Polish: Ada, Aga, Ala, ała!, Anna, bab, bób, jaj, jej, kajak, łał, mam, mim, oko, Olo, ono, pop, potop, radar, rur, sos
[flag=]ru[/flag] Russian: иди, или, как, оно, поп, потоп
[flag=]szl[/flag] Silesian: ała
[flag=]sk[/flag] Slovak: kajak, krk, ono, pop
[flag=]sl[/flag] Slovene: kajak, ono
[flag=]sr[/flag] Serbian: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајак, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат

[flag=]ty[/flag] Tahitian: iti
[flag=]wls[/flag] Walisian: afa, aga, agaaga, ala, alula, ata, oho, olo, ono, uhu

[flag=]eo[/flag] aĉa, ajuja, aĵa, ala, alamala, ara, ejuje, ĥoraprparoĥ', ili, igi, iĝi, ĵazaĵ', nun, okejeko, ozo, ujuju

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Re: Palindromes

Postby PiotrR » 2014-03-02, 7:54

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Re: Palindromes

Postby Bernard » 2014-03-02, 9:56

[flag=]af[/flag] Afrikaans: daad, dood, pop
[ownflag=]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/20/Flag_of_Bavaria_(lozengy).svg/120px-Flag_of_Bavaria_(lozengy).svg.png[/ownflag] Bavarian: aa
[flag=]nl_nbr[/flag] Brabantian: nen
[flag=]dk[/flag] Danish: død, sos
[flag=]nl[/flag] Dutch: Ada, Anna, Aviva, bob, Bob, daad, deelkoortsmeetsysteemstrookleed, deelleed, dood, droommoord, droomnepparterreserretrappenmoord, droomoord, Ebbe, Ede, edelstaalplaatslede, Ee, eibofobie, Eke, Elle, Ellemelle, Epe, Eppe, Ette, Eve, Eye, Hannah, Idi, kaak, kajak, kak, keek, kik, kok, koortsmeetsysteemstrook, Laval, legermeetsysteemregel, legersregel, Legovogel, lel, lepel, levensnevel, libellebil, lol, lul, maandnaam, madam, mam, meetsysteem, Natan, neen, negen, nekken, nemen, nepparterreserretrappen, nepparterrestaalplaatserretrappen, nepparterretrappen, neppen, neppoppen, neven, non, Okko, Onno, Otto, pap, parterrestaalplaatserretrap, parterretrap, partyboobytrap, Pip, pop, Pop, pup, raar, racecar, radar, redder, Reinier, Reyer, roodoor, rotor, sas, Sas, serres, sis, soos, sos, stormrots, Sus, Suus, taartstraat, tarwewrat, Tat, tot, Viv, Yarray
[flag=]en[/flag] English: Bob, dad, detartrated, did, eve, eye, Eye, gag, gig, Hannah, heh, huh, Kanak, kayak, ma'am, Malayalam, mom, mum, noon, nun, pop, racecar, repaper, revver, rotator, Rotavator, tattarrattat, tit, wow, yay
[flag=]de[/flag] German: Ebbe, Egge, Esse, Neffen, nennen, nun, rar, Reittier, Reliefpfeiler, Renner, Rentner, Otto, tat, Tat, tot
[flag=]lim[/flag] Limburgish: droamoard, kok, madam, pap, parterretrap
[flag=]nds[/flag] Low Saxon: dood
[flag=]lb[/flag] Luxembourgish: Neyen
[flag=]frr[/flag] North Frisian: mam, mäm, Mem, määm
[flag=]no-nb[/flag] Norwegian (Bokmål): død
[flag=]no-nn[/flag] Norwegian (Nynorsk): død
[flag=]stq[/flag] Saterland Frisian: dood
[flag=]sv[/flag] Swedish: död, kajak, sos
[flag=]de-gsw[/flag] Swiss German: aa, sis
[ownflag=]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c2/Flag_of_West_Flanders.svg/100px-Flag_of_West_Flanders.svg.png[/ownflag] West Flemish: kik, kyk
[flag=]fy[/flag] West Frisian: leppel, mem, radar, rotor
[ownflag=]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/54/Flag_of_Zeeland.svg/100px-Flag_of_Zeeland.svg.png[/ownflag] Zeelandic: kik

[flag=]ast[/flag] Asturian: nun
[flag=]fr[/flag] French: bob, coloc, elle, été, gag, ici, non, pop, radar, ressasser, rêver, rotor, sas, selles, ses, stats, solos, tôt, Kanak, alla
[flag=]gl[/flag] Galician: non, nun
[flag=]it[/flag] Italian: abba, afa, aia, ala, alla, ama, ara, arra, atta, ava, aveva, azza, ebe, ebbe, elle, eme, ere, epe, esose, esse, ette, idi, ili, ingegni, inni, iri, issi, ivi, non, oco, odo, onorarono, oro, orro, oso, ossesso, osso, ottetto, otto, pop, radar, vov, wow
[flag=]la[/flag] Latin: ala, ama, ara, assa, ecce, ede, eme, esse, ibi, ii, illi, imi, iri, malam, mammam, mappam, massam, messem, murum, mutum, non, occo, oro, ovo, sanas, sannas, sedes, senes, seres, solos, sonos, subus, summus, sumus, sus, suus, taxat, teget, temet, tenet, tepet, teret, terret, tinnit, tot.
[flag=]mwl[/flag] Mirandese: nun
[flag=]pt[/flag] Portuguese: mim
[flag=]ro[/flag] Romanian: nun, potop, sos
[flag=]rm[/flag] Romansch: non, tat
[flag=]es[/flag] Spanish: ala, Ana, ojo, olo, oro, sos (voseo)

[flag=]bs[/flag] Bosnian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
[flag=]bg[/flag] Bulgarian: или, как, поп
[flag=]hr[/flag] Croatian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, kak (Kajkavian), Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
[flag=]cs[/flag] Czech: krk, mim, ono
[flag=]dsb[/flag] Lower Sorbian: kak
[flag=]mk[/flag] Macedonian: или, поп
[flag=]sr-me[/flag] Montenegrin: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајаk, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат
[flag=]pl[/flag] Polish: Ada, Aga, Ala, ała!, Anna, bab, bób, jaj, jej, kajak, łał, mam, mim, oko, Olo, ono, pop, potop, radar, rur, sos
[flag=]ru[/flag] Russian: иди, или, как, оно, поп, потоп
[flag=]szl[/flag] Silesian: ała
[flag=]sk[/flag] Slovak: kajak, krk, ono, pop
[flag=]sl[/flag] Slovene: kajak, ono
[flag=]sr[/flag] Serbian: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајак, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат

[flag=]ty[/flag] Tahitian: iti
[flag=]wls[/flag] Walisian: afa, aga, agaaga, ala, alula, ata, oho, olo, ono, uhu

[flag=]eo[/flag] aĉa, ajuja, aĵa, ala, alamala, ara, ejuje, ĥoraprparoĥ', ili, igi, iĝi, ĵazaĵ', nun, okejeko, ozo, ujuju

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Re: Palindromes

Postby Multiturquoise » 2014-03-02, 12:54

[flag=]af[/flag] Afrikaans: daad, dood, pop
[ownflag=]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/20/Flag_of_Bavaria_(lozengy).svg/120px-Flag_of_Bavaria_(lozengy).svg.png[/ownflag] Bavarian: aa
[flag=]nl_nbr[/flag] Brabantian: nen
[flag=]dk[/flag] Danish: død, sos
[flag=]nl[/flag] Dutch: Ada, Anna, Aviva, bob, Bob, daad, deelkoortsmeetsysteemstrookleed, deelleed, dood, droommoord, droomnepparterreserretrappenmoord, droomoord, Ebbe, Ede, edelstaalplaatslede, Ee, eibofobie, Eke, Elle, Ellemelle, Epe, Eppe, Ette, Eve, Eye, Hannah, Idi, kaak, kajak, kak, keek, kik, kok, koortsmeetsysteemstrook, Laval, legermeetsysteemregel, legersregel, Legovogel, lel, lepel, levensnevel, libellebil, lol, lul, maandnaam, madam, mam, meetsysteem, Natan, neen, negen, nekken, nemen, nepparterreserretrappen, nepparterrestaalplaatserretrappen, nepparterretrappen, neppen, neppoppen, neven, non, Okko, Onno, Otto, pap, parterrestaalplaatserretrap, parterretrap, partyboobytrap, Pip, pop, Pop, pup, raar, racecar, radar, redder, Reinier, Reyer, roodoor, rotor, sas, Sas, serres, sis, soos, sos, stormrots, Sus, Suus, taartstraat, tarwewrat, Tat, tot, Viv, Yarray
[flag=]en[/flag] English: Bob, dad, detartrated, did, eve, eye, Eye, gag, gig, Hannah, heh, huh, Kanak, kayak, ma'am, Malayalam, mom, mum, noon, nun, pop, racecar, repaper, revver, rotator, Rotavator, tattarrattat, tit, wow, yay
[flag=]de[/flag] German: Ebbe, Egge, Esse, Neffen, nennen, nun, rar, Reittier, Reliefpfeiler, Renner, Rentner, Otto, tat, Tat, tot
[flag=]lim[/flag] Limburgish: droamoard, kok, madam, pap, parterretrap
[flag=]nds[/flag] Low Saxon: dood
[flag=]lb[/flag] Luxembourgish: Neyen
[flag=]frr[/flag] North Frisian: mam, mäm, Mem, määm
[flag=]no-nb[/flag] Norwegian (Bokmål): død
[flag=]no-nn[/flag] Norwegian (Nynorsk): død
[flag=]stq[/flag] Saterland Frisian: dood
[flag=]sv[/flag] Swedish: död, kajak, sos
[flag=]de-gsw[/flag] Swiss German: aa, sis
[ownflag=]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c2/Flag_of_West_Flanders.svg/100px-Flag_of_West_Flanders.svg.png[/ownflag] West Flemish: kik, kyk
[flag=]fy[/flag] West Frisian: leppel, mem, radar, rotor
[ownflag=]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/54/Flag_of_Zeeland.svg/100px-Flag_of_Zeeland.svg.png[/ownflag] Zeelandic: kik

[flag=]ast[/flag] Asturian: nun
[flag=]fr[/flag] French: bob, coloc, elle, été, gag, ici, non, pop, radar, ressasser, rêver, rotor, sas, selles, ses, stats, solos, tôt, Kanak, alla
[flag=]gl[/flag] Galician: non, nun
[flag=]it[/flag] Italian: abba, afa, aia, ala, alla, ama, ara, arra, atta, ava, aveva, azza, ebe, ebbe, elle, eme, ere, epe, esose, esse, ette, idi, ili, ingegni, inni, iri, issi, ivi, non, oco, odo, onorarono, oro, orro, oso, ossesso, osso, ottetto, otto, pop, radar, vov, wow
[flag=]la[/flag] Latin: ala, ama, ara, assa, ecce, ede, eme, esse, ibi, ii, illi, imi, iri, malam, mammam, mappam, massam, messem, murum, mutum, non, occo, oro, ovo, sanas, sannas, sedes, senes, seres, solos, sonos, subus, summus, sumus, sus, suus, taxat, teget, temet, tenet, tepet, teret, terret, tinnit, tot.
[flag=]mwl[/flag] Mirandese: nun
[flag=]pt[/flag] Portuguese: mim
[flag=]ro[/flag] Romanian: nun, potop, sos
[flag=]rm[/flag] Romansch: non, tat
[flag=]es[/flag] Spanish: ala, Ana, ojo, olo, oro, sos (voseo)

[flag=]bs[/flag] Bosnian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
[flag=]bg[/flag] Bulgarian: или, как, поп
[flag=]hr[/flag] Croatian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, kak (Kajkavian), Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
[flag=]cs[/flag] Czech: krk, mim, ono
[flag=]dsb[/flag] Lower Sorbian: kak
[flag=]mk[/flag] Macedonian: или, поп
[flag=]sr-me[/flag] Montenegrin: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајаk, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат
[flag=]pl[/flag] Polish: Ada, Aga, Ala, ała!, Anna, bab, bób, jaj, jej, kajak, łał, mam, mim, oko, Olo, ono, pop, potop, radar, rur, sos
[flag=]ru[/flag] Russian: иди, или, как, оно, поп, потоп
[flag=]szl[/flag] Silesian: ała
[flag=]sk[/flag] Slovak: kajak, krk, ono, pop
[flag=]sl[/flag] Slovene: kajak, ono
[flag=]sr[/flag] Serbian: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајак, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат

[flag=]ku[/flag] Kurdish: şeş

[flag=]vro[/flag] Võro: süküs

[flag=]tr[/flag] Turkish: ada, ağa, aka, ala, âlâ, ama, âmâ, ana, ara, âyâ, Ece, Efe, Ege, gag, kaçak, kayak, kazak, kok, lâl, makam, mum, sos, süs, şiş, tat, Ümmü, yatay, yay

[flag=]id[/flag] Indonesian: ini

[flag=]ty[/flag] Tahitian: iti
[flag=]wls[/flag] Walisian: afa, aga, agaaga, ala, alula, ata, oho, olo, ono, uhu

[flag=]eo[/flag] aĉa, ajuja, aĵa, ala, alamala, ara, ejuje, ĥoraprparoĥ', ili, igi, iĝi, ĵazaĵ', nun, okejeko, ozo, ujuju
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Re: Palindromes

Postby PiotrR » 2014-03-02, 13:06

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Re: Palindromes

Postby Multiturquoise » 2014-03-02, 18:11

Readding lost ones, and adding more.

(af) Afrikaans: daad, dood, pop
(dk) Danish: død, mellem, sos
(nl) Dutch (Standard): Ada, Anna, Aviva, bob, Bob, daad, deelkoortsmeetsysteemstrookleed, deelleed, dood, droommoord, droomnepparterreserretrappenmoord, droomoord, Ebbe, Ede, edelstaalplaatslede, Ee, eibofobie, Eke, Elle, Ellemelle, Epe, Eppe, Ette, Eve, Eye, Hannah, Idi, kaak, kajak, kak, keek, kik, kok, koortsmeetsysteemstrook, Laval, legermeetsysteemregel, legersregel, Legovogel, lel, lepel, levensnevel, libellebil, lol, lul, maandnaam, madam, mam, meetsysteem, Natan, neen, negen, nekken, nemen, nepparterreserretrappen, nepparterrestaalplaatserretrappen, nepparterretrappen, neppen, neppoppen, neven, non, Okko, Onno, Otto, pap, parterrestaalplaatserretrap, parterretrap, partyboobytrap, Pip, pop, Pop, pup, raar, racecar, radar, redder, Reinier, Reyer, roodoor, rotor, sas, Sas, serres, sis, soos, sos, stormrots, Sus, Suus, taartstraat, tarwewrat, Tat, tot, Viv, Yarray
Dutch (Amsterdams): ses
(nl_nbr) Dutch (Brabantian): nen
Dutch (Haags): kèk, pèp
Dutch (West Flemish): kik, kyk
Dutch (Zeelandic): kik
(en) English: Bob, boob, dad, deed, detartrated, did, eve, eye, Eye, gag, gig, Hannah, heh, huh, Kanak, kayak, level, ma'am, madam, Malayalam, mom, mum, nan, noon, nun, peep, pop, racecar, repaper, revver, rotator, Rotavator, tattarrattat, tit, wow, yay
(frr) Frisian (North): mam, mäm, Mem, määm
(stq) Frisian (Saterland): dood
(fy) Frisian (West): leppel, mem, radar, rotor
(de) German (Standard): Ebbe, Egge, Esse, neben, Neffen, nennen, nun, rar, Reittier, Reliefpfeiler, Renner, Rentner, Otto, tat, Tat, tot
German (Bavarian): aa
(de-gsw) German (Swiss): aa, sis
(lim) Limburgish: droamoard, kok, madam, pap, parterretrap
(nds) Low Saxon: dood
(lb) Luxembourgish: Neyen
(no-nb) Norwegian (Bokmål): død
(no-nn) Norwegian (Nynorsk): død
(sv) Swedish: död, kajak, sos

(ast) Asturian: nun
(fr) French: bob, coloc, elle, été, gag, ici, non, pop, radar, ressasser, rêver, rotor, sas, selles, ses, stats, solos, tôt, Kanak, alla
(gl) Galician: non, nun
(it) Italian: abba, afa, aia, ala, alla, ama, ara, arra, atta, ava, aveva, azza, ebe, ebbe, elle, eme, ere, epe, esose, esse, ette, idi, ili, ingegni, inni, iri, issi, ivi, non, oco, odo, onorarono, oro, orro, oso, ossesso, osso, ottetto, otto, pop, radar, vov, wow
(la) Latin: ala, ama, ara, assa, ecce, ede, eme, esse, ibi, ii, illi, imi, iri, malam, mammam, mappam, massam, messem, murum, mutum, non, occo, oro, ovo, sanas, sannas, sedes, senes, seres, solos, sonos, subus, summus, sumus, sus, suus, taxat, teget, temet, tenet, tepet, teret, terret, tinnit, tot.
(mwl) Mirandese: nun
(pt) Portuguese: mim
(ro) Romanian: nun, potop, sos
(rm) Romansch: non, tat
(es) Spanish: ala, Ana, ojo, olo, oro, sos (voseo)

(bs) Bosnian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
(bg) Bulgarian: или, как, поп
(hr) Croatian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, kak (Kajkavian), Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
(cs) Czech: krk, mim, ono
(dsb) Lower Sorbian: kak
(mk) Macedonian: или, поп
(sr-me) Montenegrin: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајаk, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат
(pl) Polish: Ada, Aga, Ala, ała!, Anna, bab, bób, jaj, jej, kajak, łał, mam, mim, oko, Olo, ono, pop, potop, radar, rur, sos
(ru) Russian: иди, или, как, оно, поп, потоп
(szl) Silesian: ała
(sk) Slovak: kajak, krk, ono, pop
(sl) Slovene: kajak, ono
(sr) Serbian: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајак, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат

(el) Greek: αλλά, ανά, ήδη, σας, σορός

(ku) Kurdish: şeş

(et) Estonian: kook
(fi) Finnish: älä, syys
(hu) Hungarian: görög, kék
(vro) Võro: süküs

(az) Azerbaijani: dad, kiçik
(tr) Turkish: aba, ada, ağa, aka, ala, âlâ, ama, âmâ, ana, ara, asa, ata, âyâ, aza, bab, Ece, ede, Efe, Ege, eke, enine, epe, gag, ısı, iki, ini, iri, iyi, kaçak, kak, kapak, kavak, kayak, kazak, Kazak, kek, kelek, kepek, kırık, kok, küçük, küllük, kütük, lâl, makam, mum, Nalan, nan, Nazan, neden, niçin, pop, radar, ses, sis, sos, sus, süs, şiş, Talat, tat, teğet, Turut, Tut, ulu, Ümmü, ütü, yapay, yatay, yay
(tk) Turkmen: eje

(kk) Kazakh: көк
(ky) Kyrgyz: көк, көмөк

(uz) Uzbek: ko'k

(sah) Yakut: оҕо

(mn) Mongolian: хөх

(id) Indonesian: ini, kakak
(ms) Malay: kakak

(mi) Maori: ana
(ty) Tahitian: iti
(wls) Walisian: afa, aga, agaaga, ala, alula, ata, oho, olo, ono, uhu

(eo) aĉa, ajuja, aĵa, ala, alamala, ara, ejuje, ĥoraprparoĥ', ili, igi, iĝi, ĵazaĵ', nun, okejeko, ozo, ujuju
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Re: Palindromes

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-07-07, 6:13

A few more (Spanish, Estonian, Finnish, Võro, Thai, Uzbek)

(af) Afrikaans: daad, dood, pop
(dk) Danish: død, mellem, sos
(nl) Dutch (Standard): Ada, Anna, Aviva, bob, Bob, daad, deelkoortsmeetsysteemstrookleed, deelleed, dood, droommoord, droomnepparterreserretrappenmoord, droomoord, Ebbe, Ede, edelstaalplaatslede, Ee, eibofobie, Eke, Elle, Ellemelle, Epe, Eppe, Ette, Eve, Eye, Hannah, Idi, kaak, kajak, kak, keek, kik, kok, koortsmeetsysteemstrook, Laval, legermeetsysteemregel, legersregel, Legovogel, lel, lepel, levensnevel, libellebil, lol, lul, maandnaam, madam, mam, meetsysteem, Natan, neen, negen, nekken, nemen, nepparterreserretrappen, nepparterrestaalplaatserretrappen, nepparterretrappen, neppen, neppoppen, neven, non, Okko, Onno, Otto, pap, parterrestaalplaatserretrap, parterretrap, partyboobytrap, Pip, pop, Pop, pup, raar, racecar, radar, redder, Reinier, Reyer, roodoor, rotor, sas, Sas, serres, sis, soos, sos, stormrots, Sus, Suus, taartstraat, tarwewrat, Tat, tot, Viv, Yarray
Dutch (Amsterdams): ses
(nl_nbr) Dutch (Brabantian): nen
Dutch (Haags): kèk, pèp
Dutch (West Flemish): kik, kyk
Dutch (Zeelandic): kik
(en) English: Bob, boob, dad, deed, detartrated, did, eve, eye, Eye, gag, gig, Hannah, heh, huh, Kanak, kayak, level, ma'am, madam, Malayalam, mom, mum, nan, noon, nun, peep, pop, racecar, repaper, revver, rotator, Rotavator, tattarrattat, tit, wow, yay
(frr) Frisian (North): mam, mäm, Mem, määm
(stq) Frisian (Saterland): dood
(fy) Frisian (West): leppel, mem, radar, rotor
(de) German (Standard): Ebbe, Egge, Esse, neben, Neffen, nennen, nun, rar, Reittier, Reliefpfeiler, Renner, Rentner, Otto, tat, Tat, tot
German (Bavarian): aa
(de-gsw) German (Swiss): aa, sis
(lim) Limburgish: droamoard, kok, madam, pap, parterretrap
(nds) Low Saxon: dood
(lb) Luxembourgish: Neyen
(no-nb) Norwegian (Bokmål): død
(no-nn) Norwegian (Nynorsk): død
(sv) Swedish: död, kajak, sos

(ast) Asturian: nun
(fr) French: bob, coloc, elle, été, gag, ici, non, pop, radar, ressasser, rêver, rotor, sas, selles, ses, stats, solos, tôt, Kanak, alla
(gl) Galician: non, nun
(it) Italian: abba, afa, aia, ala, alla, ama, ara, arra, atta, ava, aveva, azza, ebe, ebbe, elle, eme, ere, epe, esose, esse, ette, idi, ili, ingegni, inni, iri, issi, ivi, non, oco, odo, onorarono, oro, orro, oso, ossesso, osso, ottetto, otto, pop, radar, vov, wow
(la) Latin: ala, ama, ara, assa, ecce, ede, eme, esse, ibi, ii, illi, imi, iri, malam, mammam, mappam, massam, messem, murum, mutum, non, occo, oro, ovo, sanas, sannas, sedes, senes, seres, solos, sonos, subus, summus, sumus, sus, suus, taxat, teget, temet, tenet, tepet, teret, terret, tinnit, tot.
(mwl) Mirandese: nun
(pt) Portuguese: mim
(ro) Romanian: nun, potop, sos
(rm) Romansch: non, tat
(es) Spanish: ala, Ana, ojo, olo, oro, sos (voseo), reconocer

(bs) Bosnian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
(bg) Bulgarian: или, как, поп
(hr) Croatian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, kak (Kajkavian), Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
(cs) Czech: krk, mim, ono
(dsb) Lower Sorbian: kak
(mk) Macedonian: или, поп
(sr-me) Montenegrin: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајаk, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат
(pl) Polish: Ada, Aga, Ala, ała!, Anna, bab, bób, jaj, jej, kajak, łał, mam, mim, oko, Olo, ono, pop, potop, radar, rur, sos
(ru) Russian: иди, или, как, оно, поп, потоп
(szl) Silesian: ała
(sk) Slovak: kajak, krk, ono, pop
(sl) Slovene: kajak, ono
(sr) Serbian: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајак, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат

(el) Greek: αλλά, ανά, ήδη, σας, σορός

(ku) Kurdish: şeş

(et) Estonian: kook, öö, enne, kiik, sees, siis, luul, ajaja, kirik, sammas, lemmikkimmel, kuulilennuteetunneliluuk
(fi) Finnish: älä, syys, ajaja, sammas, suuruus, saippuakauppias
(hu) Hungarian: görög, kék
(vro) Võro: süküs, süvvüs, sütütüs

(az) Azerbaijani: dad, kiçik
(tr) Turkish: aba, ada, ağa, aka, ala, âlâ, ama, âmâ, ana, ara, asa, ata, âyâ, aza, bab, Ece, ede, Efe, Ege, eke, enine, epe, gag, ısı, iki, ini, iri, iyi, kaçak, kak, kapak, kavak, kayak, kazak, Kazak, kek, kelek, kepek, kırık, kok, küçük, küllük, kütük, lâl, makam, mum, Nalan, nan, Nazan, neden, niçin, pop, radar, ses, sis, sos, sus, süs, şiş, Talat, tat, teğet, Turut, Tut, ulu, Ümmü, ütü, yapay, yatay, yay
(tk) Turkmen: eje

(kk) Kazakh: көк
(ky) Kyrgyz: көк, көмөк

(uz) Uzbek: ko'k, aka, ikki, qiliq

(sah) Yakut: оҕо

(mn) Mongolian: хөх

(id) Indonesian: ini, kakak
(ms) Malay: kakak

(th) Thai: วัว, มุม, นาน, ดาด, ยาย, กอดอก, ทายาท

(mi) Maori: ana
(ty) Tahitian: iti
(wls) Walisian: afa, aga, agaaga, ala, alula, ata, oho, olo, ono, uhu

(eo) aĉa, ajuja, aĵa, ala, alamala, ara, ejuje, ĥoraprparoĥ', ili, igi, iĝi, ĵazaĵ', nun, okejeko, ozo, ujuju

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Re: Palindromes

Postby Bernard » 2018-07-07, 7:23

A few more (Latin, German)

(af) Afrikaans: daad, dood, pop
(dk) Danish: død, mellem, sos
(nl) Dutch (Standard): Ada, Anna, Aviva, bob, Bob, daad, deelkoortsmeetsysteemstrookleed, deelleed, dood, droommoord, droomnepparterreserretrappenmoord, droomoord, Ebbe, Ede, edelstaalplaatslede, Ee, eibofobie, Eke, Elle, Ellemelle, Epe, Eppe, Ette, Eve, Eye, Hannah, Idi, kaak, kajak, kak, keek, kik, kok, koortsmeetsysteemstrook, Laval, legermeetsysteemregel, legersregel, Legovogel, lel, lepel, levensnevel, libellebil, lol, lul, maandnaam, madam, mam, meetsysteem, Natan, neen, negen, nekken, nemen, nepparterreserretrappen, nepparterrestaalplaatserretrappen, nepparterretrappen, neppen, neppoppen, neven, non, Okko, Onno, Otto, pap, parterrestaalplaatserretrap, parterretrap, partyboobytrap, Pip, pop, Pop, pup, raar, racecar, radar, redder, Reinier, Reyer, roodoor, rotor, sas, Sas, serres, sis, soos, sos, stormrots, Sus, Suus, taartstraat, tarwewrat, Tat, tot, Viv, Yarray
Dutch (Amsterdams): ses
(nl_nbr) Dutch (Brabantian): nen
Dutch (Haags): kèk, pèp
Dutch (West Flemish): kik, kyk
Dutch (Zeelandic): kik
(en) English: Bob, boob, dad, deed, detartrated, did, eve, eye, Eye, gag, gig, Hannah, heh, huh, Kanak, kayak, level, ma'am, madam, Malayalam, mom, mum, nan, noon, nun, peep, pop, racecar, repaper, revver, rotator, Rotavator, tattarrattat, tit, wow, yay
(frr) Frisian (North): mam, mäm, Mem, määm
(stq) Frisian (Saterland): dood
(fy) Frisian (West): leppel, mem, radar, rotor
(de) German (Standard): Ebbe, Egge, Esse, neben, Neffen, nennen, nun, rar, reger, Reittier, Reliefpfeiler, Renner, Rentner, Otto, tat, Tat, tot, tut
German (Bavarian): aa
(de-gsw) German (Swiss): aa, sis
(lim) Limburgish: droamoard, kok, madam, pap, parterretrap
(nds) Low Saxon: dood
(lb) Luxembourgish: Neyen
(no-nb) Norwegian (Bokmål): død
(no-nn) Norwegian (Nynorsk): død
(sv) Swedish: död, kajak, sos

(ast) Asturian: nun
(fr) French: bob, coloc, elle, été, gag, ici, non, pop, radar, ressasser, rêver, rotor, sas, selles, ses, stats, solos, tôt, Kanak, alla
(gl) Galician: non, nun
(it) Italian: abba, afa, aia, ala, alla, ama, ara, arra, atta, ava, aveva, azza, ebe, ebbe, elle, eme, ere, epe, esose, esse, ette, idi, ili, ingegni, inni, iri, issi, ivi, non, oco, odo, onorarono, oro, orro, oso, ossesso, osso, ottetto, otto, pop, radar, vov, wow
(la) Latin: aha, ala, ama, ara, assa, eae, ecce, ede, eme, esse, ibi, ii, illi, imi, ini, iri, malam, mammam, mappam, massam, messem, mulum, murum, mutum, non, occo, oro, ovo, sanas, sannas, seces, sedes, senes, seres, sis, sitis, solos, sonos, subus, sucus, summus, sumus, sus, suus, tat, taxat, teget, temet, tenet, tepet, teret, terret, tinnit, tot.
(mwl) Mirandese: nun
(pt) Portuguese: mim
(ro) Romanian: nun, potop, sos
(rm) Romansch: non, tat
(es) Spanish: ala, Ana, ojo, olo, oro, sos (voseo), reconocer

(bs) Bosnian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
(bg) Bulgarian: или, как, поп
(hr) Croatian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, kak (Kajkavian), Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
(cs) Czech: krk, mim, ono
(dsb) Lower Sorbian: kak
(mk) Macedonian: или, поп
(sr-me) Montenegrin: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајаk, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат
(pl) Polish: Ada, Aga, Ala, ała!, Anna, bab, bób, jaj, jej, kajak, łał, mam, mim, oko, Olo, ono, pop, potop, radar, rur, sos
(ru) Russian: иди, или, как, оно, поп, потоп
(szl) Silesian: ała
(sk) Slovak: kajak, krk, ono, pop
(sl) Slovene: kajak, ono
(sr) Serbian: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајак, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат

(el) Greek: αλλά, ανά, ήδη, σας, σορός

(ku) Kurdish: şeş

(et) Estonian: kook, öö, enne, kiik, sees, siis, luul, ajaja, kirik, sammas, lemmikkimmel, kuulilennuteetunneliluuk
(fi) Finnish: älä, syys, ajaja, sammas, suuruus, saippuakauppias
(hu) Hungarian: görög, kék
(vro) Võro: süküs, süvvüs, sütütüs

(az) Azerbaijani: dad, kiçik
(tr) Turkish: aba, ada, ağa, aka, ala, âlâ, ama, âmâ, ana, ara, asa, ata, âyâ, aza, bab, Ece, ede, Efe, Ege, eke, enine, epe, gag, ısı, iki, ini, iri, iyi, kaçak, kak, kapak, kavak, kayak, kazak, Kazak, kek, kelek, kepek, kırık, kok, küçük, küllük, kütük, lâl, makam, mum, Nalan, nan, Nazan, neden, niçin, pop, radar, ses, sis, sos, sus, süs, şiş, Talat, tat, teğet, Turut, Tut, ulu, Ümmü, ütü, yapay, yatay, yay
(tk) Turkmen: eje

(kk) Kazakh: көк
(ky) Kyrgyz: көк, көмөк

(uz) Uzbek: ko'k, aka, ikki, qiliq

(sah) Yakut: оҕо

(mn) Mongolian: хөх

(id) Indonesian: ini, kakak
(ms) Malay: kakak

(th) Thai: วัว, มุม, นาน, ดาด, ยาย, กอดอก, ทายาท

(mi) Maori: ana
(ty) Tahitian: iti
(wls) Walisian: afa, aga, agaaga, ala, alula, ata, oho, olo, ono, uhu

(eo) aĉa, ajuja, aĵa, ala, alamala, ara, ejuje, ĥoraprparoĥ', ili, igi, iĝi, ĵazaĵ', nun, okejeko, ozo, ujuju

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Re: Palindromes

Postby Multiturquoise » 2018-07-07, 22:56

More Turkish

(af) Afrikaans: daad, dood, pop
(dk) Danish: død, mellem, sos
(nl) Dutch (Standard): Ada, Anna, Aviva, bob, Bob, daad, deelkoortsmeetsysteemstrookleed, deelleed, dood, droommoord, droomnepparterreserretrappenmoord, droomoord, Ebbe, Ede, edelstaalplaatslede, Ee, eibofobie, Eke, Elle, Ellemelle, Epe, Eppe, Ette, Eve, Eye, Hannah, Idi, kaak, kajak, kak, keek, kik, kok, koortsmeetsysteemstrook, Laval, legermeetsysteemregel, legersregel, Legovogel, lel, lepel, levensnevel, libellebil, lol, lul, maandnaam, madam, mam, meetsysteem, Natan, neen, negen, nekken, nemen, nepparterreserretrappen, nepparterrestaalplaatserretrappen, nepparterretrappen, neppen, neppoppen, neven, non, Okko, Onno, Otto, pap, parterrestaalplaatserretrap, parterretrap, partyboobytrap, Pip, pop, Pop, pup, raar, racecar, radar, redder, Reinier, Reyer, roodoor, rotor, sas, Sas, serres, sis, soos, sos, stormrots, Sus, Suus, taartstraat, tarwewrat, Tat, tot, Viv, Yarray
Dutch (Amsterdams): ses
(nl_nbr) Dutch (Brabantian): nen
Dutch (Haags): kèk, pèp
Dutch (West Flemish): kik, kyk
Dutch (Zeelandic): kik
(en) English: Bob, boob, dad, deed, detartrated, did, eve, eye, Eye, gag, gig, Hannah, heh, huh, Kanak, kayak, level, ma'am, madam, Malayalam, mom, mum, nan, noon, nun, peep, pop, racecar, repaper, revver, rotator, Rotavator, tattarrattat, tit, wow, yay
(frr) Frisian (North): mam, mäm, Mem, määm
(stq) Frisian (Saterland): dood
(fy) Frisian (West): leppel, mem, radar, rotor
(de) German (Standard): Ebbe, Egge, Esse, neben, Neffen, nennen, nun, rar, reger, Reittier, Reliefpfeiler, Renner, Rentner, Otto, tat, Tat, tot, tut
German (Bavarian): aa
(de-gsw) German (Swiss): aa, sis
(lim) Limburgish: droamoard, kok, madam, pap, parterretrap
(nds) Low Saxon: dood
(lb) Luxembourgish: Neyen
(no-nb) Norwegian (Bokmål): død
(no-nn) Norwegian (Nynorsk): død
(sv) Swedish: död, kajak, sos

(ast) Asturian: nun
(fr) French: bob, coloc, elle, été, gag, ici, non, pop, radar, ressasser, rêver, rotor, sas, selles, ses, stats, solos, tôt, Kanak, alla
(gl) Galician: non, nun
(it) Italian: abba, afa, aia, ala, alla, ama, ara, arra, atta, ava, aveva, azza, ebe, ebbe, elle, eme, ere, epe, esose, esse, ette, idi, ili, ingegni, inni, iri, issi, ivi, non, oco, odo, onorarono, oro, orro, oso, ossesso, osso, ottetto, otto, pop, radar, vov, wow
(la) Latin: aha, ala, ama, ara, assa, eae, ecce, ede, eme, esse, ibi, ii, illi, imi, ini, iri, malam, mammam, mappam, massam, messem, mulum, murum, mutum, non, occo, oro, ovo, sanas, sannas, seces, sedes, senes, seres, sis, sitis, solos, sonos, subus, sucus, summus, sumus, sus, suus, tat, taxat, teget, temet, tenet, tepet, teret, terret, tinnit, tot.
(mwl) Mirandese: nun
(pt) Portuguese: mim
(ro) Romanian: nun, potop, sos
(rm) Romansch: non, tat
(es) Spanish: ala, Ana, ojo, olo, oro, sos (voseo), reconocer

(bs) Bosnian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
(bg) Bulgarian: или, как, поп
(hr) Croatian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, kak (Kajkavian), Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
(cs) Czech: krk, mim, ono
(dsb) Lower Sorbian: kak
(mk) Macedonian: или, поп
(sr-me) Montenegrin: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајаk, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат
(pl) Polish: Ada, Aga, Ala, ała!, Anna, bab, bób, jaj, jej, kajak, łał, mam, mim, oko, Olo, ono, pop, potop, radar, rur, sos
(ru) Russian: иди, или, как, оно, поп, потоп
(szl) Silesian: ała
(sk) Slovak: kajak, krk, ono, pop
(sl) Slovene: kajak, ono
(sr) Serbian: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајак, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат

(el) Greek: αλλά, ανά, ήδη, σας, σορός

(ku) Kurdish: şeş

(et) Estonian: kook, öö, enne, kiik, sees, siis, luul, ajaja, kirik, sammas, lemmikkimmel, kuulilennuteetunneliluuk
(fi) Finnish: älä, syys, ajaja, sammas, suuruus, saippuakauppias
(hu) Hungarian: görög, kék
(vro) Võro: süküs, süvvüs, sütütüs

(az) Azerbaijani: dad, kiçik
(tr) Turkish: aba, ada, ağa, aka, ala, âlâ, ama, âmâ, ana, ara, asa, ata, âyâ, aza, bab, Ece, ede, Efe, Ege, eke, enine, epe, gag, ısı, iki, ini, iri, iyi, kaçak, kak, kapak, kavak, kayak, kazak, Kazak, kek, kelek, kepek, kırık, kok, küçük, küllük, kütük, lâl, makam, mum, Nalan, nan, Nazan, neden, niçin, pop, radar, ses, sis, sos, sus, süs, şiş, Talat, tat, teğet, Turut, Tut, ulu, Ümmü, ütü, velev, verev, yapay, yatay, yay
(tk) Turkmen: eje

(kk) Kazakh: көк
(ky) Kyrgyz: көк, көмөк

(uz) Uzbek: ko'k, aka, ikki, qiliq

(sah) Yakut: оҕо

(mn) Mongolian: хөх

(id) Indonesian: ini, kakak
(ms) Malay: kakak

(th) Thai: วัว, มุม, นาน, ดาด, ยาย, กอดอก, ทายาท

(mi) Maori: ana
(ty) Tahitian: iti
(wls) Walisian: afa, aga, agaaga, ala, alula, ata, oho, olo, ono, uhu

(eo) aĉa, ajuja, aĵa, ala, alamala, ara, ejuje, ĥoraprparoĥ', ili, igi, iĝi, ĵazaĵ', nun, okejeko, ozo, ujuju
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Re: Palindromes

Postby Tenebrarum » 2018-07-10, 19:38

(af) Afrikaans: daad, dood, pop
(dk) Danish: død, mellem, sos
(nl) Dutch (Standard): Ada, Anna, Aviva, bob, Bob, daad, deelkoortsmeetsysteemstrookleed, deelleed, dood, droommoord, droomnepparterreserretrappenmoord, droomoord, Ebbe, Ede, edelstaalplaatslede, Ee, eibofobie, Eke, Elle, Ellemelle, Epe, Eppe, Ette, Eve, Eye, Hannah, Idi, kaak, kajak, kak, keek, kik, kok, koortsmeetsysteemstrook, Laval, legermeetsysteemregel, legersregel, Legovogel, lel, lepel, levensnevel, libellebil, lol, lul, maandnaam, madam, mam, meetsysteem, Natan, neen, negen, nekken, nemen, nepparterreserretrappen, nepparterrestaalplaatserretrappen, nepparterretrappen, neppen, neppoppen, neven, non, Okko, Onno, Otto, pap, parterrestaalplaatserretrap, parterretrap, partyboobytrap, Pip, pop, Pop, pup, raar, racecar, radar, redder, Reinier, Reyer, roodoor, rotor, sas, Sas, serres, sis, soos, sos, stormrots, Sus, Suus, taartstraat, tarwewrat, Tat, tot, Viv, Yarray
Dutch (Amsterdams): ses
(nl_nbr) Dutch (Brabantian): nen
Dutch (Haags): kèk, pèp
Dutch (West Flemish): kik, kyk
Dutch (Zeelandic): kik
(en) English: Bob, boob, dad, deed, detartrated, did, eve, eye, Eye, gag, gig, Hannah, heh, huh, Kanak, kayak, level, ma'am, madam, Malayalam, mom, mum, nan, noon, nun, peep, pop, racecar, repaper, revver, rotator, Rotavator, tattarrattat, tit, wow, yay
(frr) Frisian (North): mam, mäm, Mem, määm
(stq) Frisian (Saterland): dood
(fy) Frisian (West): leppel, mem, radar, rotor
(de) German (Standard): Ebbe, Egge, Esse, neben, Neffen, nennen, nun, rar, reger, Reittier, Reliefpfeiler, Renner, Rentner, Otto, tat, Tat, tot, tut
German (Bavarian): aa
(de-gsw) German (Swiss): aa, sis
(lim) Limburgish: droamoard, kok, madam, pap, parterretrap
(nds) Low Saxon: dood
(lb) Luxembourgish: Neyen
(no-nb) Norwegian (Bokmål): død
(no-nn) Norwegian (Nynorsk): død
(sv) Swedish: död, kajak, sos

(ast) Asturian: nun
(fr) French: bob, coloc, elle, été, gag, ici, non, pop, radar, ressasser, rêver, rotor, sas, selles, ses, stats, solos, tôt, Kanak, alla
(gl) Galician: non, nun
(it) Italian: abba, afa, aia, ala, alla, ama, ara, arra, atta, ava, aveva, azza, ebe, ebbe, elle, eme, ere, epe, esose, esse, ette, idi, ili, ingegni, inni, iri, issi, ivi, non, oco, odo, onorarono, oro, orro, oso, ossesso, osso, ottetto, otto, pop, radar, vov, wow
(la) Latin: aha, ala, ama, ara, assa, eae, ecce, ede, eme, esse, ibi, ii, illi, imi, ini, iri, malam, mammam, mappam, massam, messem, mulum, murum, mutum, non, occo, oro, ovo, sanas, sannas, seces, sedes, senes, seres, sis, sitis, solos, sonos, subus, sucus, summus, sumus, sus, suus, tat, taxat, teget, temet, tenet, tepet, teret, terret, tinnit, tot.
(mwl) Mirandese: nun
(pt) Portuguese: mim
(ro) Romanian: nun, potop, sos
(rm) Romansch: non, tat
(es) Spanish: ala, Ana, ojo, olo, oro, sos (voseo), reconocer

(bs) Bosnian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
(bg) Bulgarian: или, как, поп
(hr) Croatian: ići, idi, ili, kajak, kak (Kajkavian), Krk, ono, pop, potop, tat
(cs) Czech: krk, mim, ono
(dsb) Lower Sorbian: kak
(mk) Macedonian: или, поп
(sr-me) Montenegrin: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајаk, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат
(pl) Polish: Ada, Aga, Ala, ała!, Anna, bab, bób, jaj, jej, kajak, łał, mam, mim, oko, Olo, ono, pop, potop, radar, rur, sos
(ru) Russian: иди, или, как, оно, поп, потоп
(szl) Silesian: ała
(sk) Slovak: kajak, krk, ono, pop
(sl) Slovene: kajak, ono
(sr) Serbian: ići / ићи, idi / иди, ili / или, kajak / кајак, Krk / Крк, ono / оно, pop / поп, potop / потоп, tat / тат

(el) Greek: αλλά, ανά, ήδη, σας, σορός

(ku) Kurdish: şeş

(et) Estonian: kook, öö, enne, kiik, sees, siis, luul, ajaja, kirik, sammas, lemmikkimmel, kuulilennuteetunneliluuk
(fi) Finnish: älä, syys, ajaja, sammas, suuruus, saippuakauppias
(hu) Hungarian: görög, kék
(vro) Võro: süküs, süvvüs, sütütüs

(az) Azerbaijani: dad, kiçik
(tr) Turkish: aba, ada, ağa, aka, ala, âlâ, ama, âmâ, ana, ara, asa, ata, âyâ, aza, bab, Ece, ede, Efe, Ege, eke, enine, epe, gag, ısı, iki, ini, iri, iyi, kaçak, kak, kapak, kavak, kayak, kazak, Kazak, kek, kelek, kepek, kırık, kok, küçük, küllük, kütük, lâl, makam, mum, Nalan, nan, Nazan, neden, niçin, pop, radar, ses, sis, sos, sus, süs, şiş, Talat, tat, teğet, Turut, Tut, ulu, Ümmü, ütü, velev, verev, yapay, yatay, yay
(tk) Turkmen: eje

(kk) Kazakh: көк
(ky) Kyrgyz: көк, көмөк

(uz) Uzbek: ko'k, aka, ikki, qiliq

(sah) Yakut: оҕо

(mn) Mongolian: хөх

(id) Indonesian: ini, kakak
(ms) Malay: kakak

(th) Thai: วัว, มุม, นาน, ดาด, ยาย, กอดอก, ทายาท

(mi) Maori: ana
(ty) Tahitian: iti
(wls) Walisian: afa, aga, agaaga, ala, alula, ata, oho, olo, ono, uhu

(vi) Vietnamese (syllables, not necessarily complete words): các, cạc, cắc, cặc, cóc, cọc, cốc, cộc, cúc, cục, cực, nan, nán, nản, nạn, nắn, nặn, nén, nên, nến, nền, nện, non, nón, nôn, măm, mắm, mâm, mầm, mẩm, mím, mỉm, móm, mỏm, mõm, mồm, mớm, píp, tít, tịt

(eo) aĉa, ajuja, aĵa, ala, alamala, ara, ejuje, ĥoraprparoĥ', ili, igi, iĝi, ĵazaĵ', nun, okejeko, ozo, ujuju
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