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ami to love aboni to subscribe to (magazine, etc)
demandi to ask adicii to add, add up
devi to have to, must administri to administer, manage
deziri to desire, wish, want admiri to admire
diri to say, tell admoni to exhort, admonish
doni to give adopti to adopt
esti to be afranki to pay postage
fari to do, make akceli to accelerate, further, promote
fini to finish (tr) asekuri to insure, underwrite
ĝoji to be glad, rejoice atesti to testify, certify
havi to have baki to bake
helpi to help balanci to rock, swing (tr)
iri // reiri to go // to return (intr) barakti to struggle
komenci // komenciĝi to begin (tr) // to begin (intr) beni // malbeni to bless // to curse (tr)
kompreni // kompreneble to understand // of course boji to bark (dog)
koni // konato // konatiĝi to know (be acquainted with) // acquaintance (person) // to become acquainted (with person) bori to bore, drill
kredi to believe, think brak/umi to embrace
labori // kunlabori // senlabora // senlaboreco // senlaborulo to work // to cooperate, work together // unemployed // unemployment // unemployed person cedi to yield, give way
legi to read citi to quote
lerni // lernejo to learn // school civilizi to civilise
levi to lift, raise ĉagreni to annoy, vex; distress
loĝi // loĝejo // transloĝiĝi // loĝantaro to live, dwell // lodgings, rooms // to move (house) // population, inhabitants ĉerpi to draw (water, etc); to extract
meti to put, place de/pendi // sendependa to depend // independent
militi // milito to wage war // war dediĉi to dedicate
montri // montriĝi to show // to appear (be seen) degeli to thaw, melt (intr)
morti // mortigi // mortinta to die // to kill // dead (which was living) deklari to declare, state
movi // moviĝi to move (tr) // to move (intr) delegi to delegate
okazi // okazaĵo to happen, occur // occurrence destini to ordain, assign
paroli to speak, talk disputi to dispute
peti to ask for (tr), request distingi to distinguish (tr)
porti // kunporti to carry; wear // to bring along, have with one (tr) distribui to distribute
povi to be able, can dungi // maldungi to employ, hire // to sack (employee)
preni to take eksplodi to explode (intr)
respondi to reply, answer el/turn/iĝi to escape, extricate oneself
resti to remain, stay entrepreni to undertake
ricevi to obtain, get, receive envii to envy
ridi // rideti to laugh // to smile escepti // senescepte to except, exclude // without exception
scii to know (a fact) fanfaroni to boast, brag
sekvi to follow festeni to feast, hold banquet
sendi to send flari to smell (tr)
sidi // sidiĝi to sit, be sitting // to sit down fleksi to bend (tr)
skribi to write flirti to flutter
stari // starigi // elstara // memstara to stand // to set up; establish // outstanding, prominent // independent fondi to found (establish)
ŝajni // ŝajne // ŝajnigi to seem, appear // apparently // to feign, pretend frakasi to shatter, smash
teni to hold, grasp, maintain, keep friti to fry
veni // reveni // alveni // kunveni to come // to return (intr) // to arrive // to meet (intr) frizi // frizisto to dress hair // hairdresser
veturi to go by vehicle, travel garantii to guarantee
vidi // vidpunkto // antaŭvidi to see // viewpoint // to foresee gesti to gesture
vivi // travivi // senviva to live // to survive // dead, lifeless gladi to iron
voli // nevola to wish, want // involuntary gluti to swallow
aĉeti to buy gratuli to congratulate
atendi to wait, await, expect heredi to inherit
aŭdi to hear ilustri to illustrate
bati to beat, strike importi to import
bezoni to need influi to influence
bruli to burn (intr) insisti to insist
danki // dankon! // danka // danke al to thank // thank you! // grateful // thanks to instali to install
dormi to sleep instigi to prompt, urge, impel
fali to fall insulti to insult
fermi // malfermi // malfermita to shut, close (tr) // to open (tr) // open (adj) ĵuri to swear, take an oath
flugi to fly karesi to caress, stroke
halti to stop (intr) knedi to knead
interesi to interest komandi to command; be in command
ĵeti to throw komisii to commission, entrust (with task)
kanti to sing komplezi to oblige, do a favour for (tr)
konsili to advise kondamni to condemn; find guilty
konstrui to build konfidi to entrust, confide
kosti // multekosta to cost // expensive konfirmi to confirm, corroborate
kreski to grow (intr) konfiti to preserve (fruit, etc)
krii to cry, shout konfuzi to confuse
kuri to run konjekti to conjecture, make guesses
lasi to leave; let konkludi to conclude, infer
lumi // lumo // luma // malluma to shine (intr) // light (n) // light (adj) // dark konkuri to compete
manĝi // manĝo // manĝaĵo to eat // meal (eg dinner) // food kontrakti to enter into a contract
manki // manko to be lacking, missing // lack (n) kontroli to check, verify
memori to remember konvinki to convince
miri to be amazed, marvel kritiki to critise
naski // naskiĝi to give birth to // to be born leki to lick
okupi // okupita to occupy; keep busy // busy maĉi to chew
pagi // senpaga to pay // free (gratis) mastr/umi to master (eg language)
pasi // pasigi to pass (intr) // to pass (time) (tr) mediti to meditate
pensi // pripensi to think // to consider, think about (tr) melki to milk
perdi to lose migri to migrate
permesi // malpermesi // permesita // permesiĝi to permit, allow // to forbid // allowed // to be allowed munti to erect, assemble
postuli to require, demand naŭzi to nauseate (tr)
premi to press observi to observe
prezenti to present oferi to sacrifice
provi to try, attempt; try out, test operacii // operacio to operate // operation
rakonti to tell, narrate oscedi to yawn
regi // registaro to rule, govern, control // government paŝti to pasture, feed (eg cattle)
renkonti // renkontiĝi to meet, encounter (tr) // to meet (intr) paŭzi to pause, make a break
rigardi to look at; deem, consider penetri to penetrate
rimarki // rimarkinda to notice // remarkable penti to repent
senti to feel (sentiments) perfidi to betray
serĉi to look for, seek pinĉi to pinch, nip
soni // sono to sound (intr) // sound (n) plekti to weave, plait
ŝanĝi // ŝanĝiĝi to change (tr) // to change (intr) plen/umi to fulfil
timi // timigi // timema to fear // to frighten // timid pretendi to claim, presume to
tiri to draw, pull procedi to proceed
trinki to drink prokrasti to delay
turni to turn (tr) pruvi to prove
uzi to use pumpi to pump
vojaĝi // vojaĝo to travel // journey putri to rot, putrify (intr)
akcepti to accept; receive (guests) rabi to rob, plunder
aperi to appear rampi to crawl, creep
aŭskulti to listen to raporti // raportisto to report // reporter
batali to fight ravi to delight (tr)
brili to shine (intr) regali to entertain, treat
brui // bruo to make a noise // noise reklami // reklamo // reklamado to advertise // advertisement // advertising
dubi // dubinda to doubt // dubious remi to row
elekti to choose; elect revi to dream (awake)
erari to make a mistake, be wrong rezigni to forgo, renounce, give up
esperi to hope rezisti to resist
festi // festo to celebrate // party (festivity) ribeli // ribelulo to rebel; mutiny // rebel (person)
forgesi to forget rifuĝi // rifuĝejo to take refuge, shelter // refuge (place)
frapi to hit, strike riski // senriska to risk, hazard // safe (adj)
gajni // malgajni to gain, earn; win // to lose ronki to snore; snort
kalkuli to calculate, reckon rosti to roast
kapti to catch, capture segi // segilo to saw // saw (tool)
kaŝi to hide, conceal skui to shake (tr)
koleri // kolerigi to be angry // to anger sopiri to yearn, long for
komerci to trade, do business (intr) sorĉi to bewitch
konduki to lead, bring, drive, conduct striki to strike (of workers)
konsenti to agree, consent sufoki to suffocate, choke (tr)
kovri to cover suspekti to suspect
kuiri // kuirejo to cook // kitchen sveni to faint, swoon
kuŝi to lie down svingi to swing, wave, brandish (tr)
lavi to wash ŝargi to load; charge
ligi to tie; bind; link ŝmiri to smear, anoint
ludi to play ŝovi to shove, push forward (tr)
mezuri to measure (tr) ŝuti to pour out, tip out (tr)
opinii // opinio to think (have an opinion) // opinion tajli to cut (cloth, diamond)
ordoni to order, command tedi // tediĝi to bore, tire // to be bored
pardoni to forgive, pardon tegi to cover; face, coat
paŝi // paŝo to step, stride // step (n) tordi to wind, twist (tr)
peni // senpene to endeavour, try // without difficulty trakti to treat, deal with
plendi to complain trempi to dip, immerse
plori to cry, weep treni to drag, tow
ripozi to repose, rest turmenti to torment; torture
rompi // rompiĝi // interrompo to break (tr) // to break (intr) // interruption varii to vary (intr)
salti to leap, jump velki to fade, wither (intr)
saluti // saluton! to salute, greet // hullo! abstini to abstain
servi to serve adapti to adapt, fit
silenti // silentema to be silent // taciturn adori to adore, worship
suferi to suffer aflikti to afflict, distress
tranĉi // tranĉilo to cut (with knife) // knife agiti to agitate, stir up
tuŝi to touch; concern akuzi to accuse
veki // vekhorloĝo to arouse, wake up (tr) // alarm-clock alterni to alternate (intr)
vendi // vendejo // vendisto to sell // shop (n) // salesman aludi to allude, refer to
voki // alvoki to call; summon // to summon aplaŭdi to applaud, clap
zorgi // zorgo // zorge // zorgema to care for, be concerned about // care (n) // carefully // careful (by nature) apliki to apply
agi to act aserti to state, assert
amuzi to amuse asisti to assist (in official capacity)
aranĝi to arrange balbuti to stammer
atingi to attain, reach baloti to vote, elect
bani // sin bani to bath, bathe (tr) // to have a bath bapti to baptise
ĉesi to cease (intr) bindi to bind (books)
decidi to decide blasfemi to blaspheme, swear
efiki to have an effect (intr) bleki to cry (of animals)
ekzisti to exist bon/voli // bonvole to be so good as to // please
estimi to esteem, think highly of bredi to breed (tr); raise
fiksi to fix brokanti to deal in second-hand goods
flui // fluaĵo to flow // fluid (n) buĉi to slaughter
gardi to guard; keep cirkuli to circulate (eg traffic)
instrui // instruisto to teach // teacher ĉe/esti to attend, be present
intenci to intend ĉifi to crumple, crease
inviti to invite de/teni to restrain
juĝi // antaŭjuĝo to judge // prejudice (n) deci to be fitting
klini to tilt, incline (tr) deĵori to be on duty
kompati to pity deliri to be delirious
konservi to keep; preserve denunci to denounce
krei to create deponi to deposit
kuraci // kuracisto to treat medically // doctor (medical) deputi to depute
marŝi to walk; march determini to determine
moki to mock dev/ont/igi to compel
pendi // pendigi // pendumi to hang (intr) // to hang (tr) // to hang (execute) digesti to digest
plaĉi to please, be pleasing dikti to dictate
preferi // preferinda to prefer // preferable disponi // disponebla to have at ones disposal // available
prepari to prepare dorloti to pamper, pet
promeni to take a walk or outing dresi to train, tame
promesi to promise ekipi to equip, fit out
puŝi to push, thrust (tr) ekspedi to dispatch, send off
ripeti to repeat ekspluati to exploit
ruli // ruliĝi to roll (tr) // to roll (intr) eksporti to export
spiri to breathe ekzekuti to execute (a criminal)
studi // studobjekto to study // course, unit of study el/doni // eldonejo to publish (a book, etc) // publisher, publishing-house
sukcesi // sukceso // malsukceso to succeed // success // failure enketi to investigate
ŝati to value, appreciate, like eskapi to escape
ŝlosi // ŝlosilo to lock // key (for lock) est/igi to bring about
ŝteli // ŝtelisto to steal // thief establi to establish
tondi // tondilo to clip, shear, cut (with scissors) // scissors falĉi to mow
trafi // maltrafi to hit the mark // to miss fasti to fast
viziti to visit flagri to flare, flare up
akiri to acquire, get flati to flatter
akompani to accompany fliki to patch, mend
anonci to announce flustri to whisper
aparteni // apartenaĵo to belong // possession (thing possessed) for/esti to be absent
apogi to support; lean on fuĝi to flee, run away
aprobi to approve fuŝi to bungle
armi to arm, reinforce garni to fit out
ataki // atakema to attack // aggressive grati to scratch
averti to warn grimaci to grimace
balai to sweep grinci to grate, creak, grind
bedaŭri to regret grumbli to grumble
blovi to blow gust/umi to taste (tr)
boli // boligi to boil (intr) // to boil (tr) hav/igi to procure, get
ĉasi to chase; hunt ignori to ignore (deliberately)
danci to dance impeti to leap, spring, shoot forwards
defendi to defend impliki to entangle; implicate
desegni to draw; design inciti to irritate; incite; exite
diferenci // diferenca to differ, be different // different, differing indigni to be indignant
eduki to educate, bring up indiki to indicate
estingi to extinguish indulgi to be lenient with (tr)
eviti to avoid infekti to infect
falsi to falsify (tr) iniciati to iniciate, originate (tr)
flegi to nurse (the sick) injekti to inject
fosi // fosilo to dig // spade insidi to ensnare
gliti to glide, slide, slip inspiri to inspire
gvidi to guide interpelacii to ask a question in parlament
ĝeni to inconvenience, disturb, hamper interpreti to interpret
hejti to heat inundi to flood (tr)
honti to be ashamed inventi to invent
imagi to imagine izoli to isolate; insulate
imiti to imitate juki to itch (tr)
informi to inform jungi to harness
kisi to kiss kalumnii to slander, libel, malign
kombi // kombilo to comb // comb (n) klopodi to take steps, endeavour
kompari to compare kolizii to collide
konduti to behave kombini to combine (tr)
konfesi to confess kompensi to compensate
konscii to be conscious; be aware kompliki // komplika to complicate // complicated
konsisti // konsisti el // konsisto // konsistigi to consist (intr) // to consist of // composition // to constitute komponi to compose (music; chemical)
korespondi to correspond (by mail) kompromiti to compromise, jeopardise
kulturi // kulturo to cultivate // culture koncentri to concentrate (make denser)
mendi to order (goods) konsumi to consume; use up
mensogi // mensogo to tell a lie // lie (n) kontesti to contest
meriti to deserve, merit konversacii to converse (intr)
miksi to mix (tr) korekti // korekta to correct // correct (adj)
minaci to threaten kraĉi to spit
naĝi to swim liveri to supply, deliver
obei to obey lubriki to lubricate
organizi to organise lukti to wrestle, struggle
pafi // mortpafi to shoot, fire // to shoot dead luli to lull asleep
peli // forpeli to drive, propel // to chase away manipuli to manipulate
pentri to paint (a picture) manovri to manoeuvre
piki to prick, sting mencii to mention
planti to plant mistifiki to hoax, fool
plugi to plough modifi // modifo to modify // modification
posedi // posedaĵo to possess // possession (thing possessed) muĝi to roar, bellow
preĝi // preĝejo to pray // church (building) multipliki to multiply (tr)
presi // presejo to print // printer, press (n) neglekti to neglect
progresi // progreso // progresema to progress // progress (n) // progressive ofendi to offend
puni // monpuno to punish // fine (punishment) oponi to oppose
rekomendi to recommend opozicii to be in opposition
respekti to respect orienti to orient
rezulti // rezulto to result // result (n) palpi to feel (by touch)
rifuzi to refuse pekli to pickle
rikolti to harvest, reap perei to perish, be lost
rilati to relate to, refer to persisti to persist; persevere
ripari to repair, mend pli/igi to increase (tr)
riproĉi to reproach, tell off plonĝi to dive, plunge (intr)
savi to save, rescue prelegi // prelego to lecture // lecture (n)
skrapi to scrape preskribi to prescribe
soifi // soifa to be thirsty // thirsty prononci to pronounce
spezi // enspezo // elspezi to spend/receive money // income // to spend (money) propagandi to spread, promote, propagate
streĉi // malstreĉiĝi to stretch; wind up (tr) // to relax (intr) proponi to propose, offer, suggest
ŝerci // ŝerco to joke, jest // joke (n) prosperi to prosper
ŝiri to tear, rip (tr) provoki to provoke; challenge
ŝoveli // ŝovelilo to shovel // shovel (tool) re/formi to reform
tremi to tremble, quiver recenzi to review (book, etc)
trompi to deceive; cheat redakti to edit
trovi // troviĝi to find // to be located redukti to reduce (tr)
tusi to cough reflekti to reflect (light, etc)
venki to conquer, defeat, win revizii to revise, audit, inspect
viŝi to wipe revolucii // revolucio to revolt // revolution (revolt)
volvi to wrap, roll up rezoni to reason
aspekti to look, seem riveli to develop (photo); reveal
babili to chat, chatter riverenci to bow, curtsey
daŭr/igi to continue (tr) sarki to weed (tr)
detrui to destroy sekci to dissect
difekti to damage, spoil sorbi to absorb; sip
difini to define spiti to defy, brave
diskuti to discuss starti to start (intr)
distri to distract, divert, entertain subtrahi to subtract
diveni to guess suĉi to suck
dividi to divide susuri to rustle; swish
domaĝi // estas domaĝe, ke to begrudge, think a pity // it is a pity that svati to act as a matchmaker, arrange matrimony
droni to drown (intr) ŝanceli to shake, make unstable (tr)
eksciti to exite ŝpini to spin (into thread)
ekskursi to make an excursion ŝpruci to spurt out (intr)
ekzameni // ekzameno to examine // exam tajpi to type
ekzerci to exercise (tr) televidi // televidilo to watch television // TV set
enui to feel bored terni to sneeze
esplori to explore, study, investigate tikli to tickle (tr)
esprimi to express tinti to tinkle; clink
etendi to spread, extend (tr) trejni to train, coach
evolui to develop, evolve (intr) triki to knit (tr)
fajfi to whistle trudi to impose, force upon
faldi to fold (tr) vadi to wade
fandi to melt (tr) vagi to wander, roam
farmi to farm (tr) varti to nurse (child)
farti // kiel vi fartas? to fare, be (well or unwell) // how are you? venĝi to avenge, take vengeance
fidi // fidinda to trust, rely on // reliable veti to bet, wager
forĝi to forge (metal) vomi to vomit, throw up
fotografi to photograph zumi // zumado to hum, buzz // humming, buzzing
frandi to relish (a delicacy)    
froti to rub
grimpi to climb (intr)
ĝemi to groan, moan
ĝui to enjoy (tr)
haki to chop, hew
heziti to hesitate
komuniki to communicate
koncerni to concern
konsideri to consider
konsoli to console, comfort
konstati to establish (a fact), ascertain
krevi to burst (intr)
kroĉi to hook, hang up (tr)
kudri to sew
laŭdi // laŭdinda to praise // laudable, praiseworthy
logi // alloga to entice, lure // attractive
lui // luigi to rent, hire (from somebody) // to rent, hire (to somebody)
masoni to do masons work
mordi to bite
mueli to grind (corn, etc)
murmuri to murmur
nutri to nourish, feed
odori to smell (intr)
oferti to offer, bid
ornami to adorn, decorate
peki to sin
persekuti to pursue; persecute; prosecute
pesi to weigh, find weight of (tr)
petoli to frolic, play pranks
prezidi // prezidanto to preside // chairman, president
protekti to protect
protesti to protest
rajdi to ride (horse, bicycle, etc)
razi // sin razi to shave (tr) // to shave (intr)
re/prezenti to represent
renversi to upset, overthrow
signifi // dusignifa to mean, signify // ambiguous
skulpti to skulpt, carve
solvi to solve, resolve; dissolve
sonĝi to dream (in sleep)
sterni to lay out, spread (tr)
supozi to suppose; presume
surprizi to surprise
ŝirmi to shelter, screen
ŝpari // malŝpari to save up, economise // to waste
ŝtopi to stop up, plug
ŝuldi to owe
ŝveli to swell up
taksi // supertaksi to estimate, value // to overestimate
teksi to weave
tenti to tempt
toleri to tolerate
traduki to translate
urĝi // urĝa to be urgent, be pressing // urgent
verŝi to pour (tr)