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NOXILO ( pronounced NOSHILO ) is an international auxiliary language for everybody.
The following is a brief translation of the 7th part of the NOXILO textbook and webpages
written by MIZUTA Sentaro © 1996, ........ , 2021.



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Ch-22   Radicals for NOXILO International Standard Words

     22-1)   Radicals for Nouns
     22-2)   Radicals for Verbs
     22-3)   Radicals for Adjectives
     22-4)   Radicals for Adverbs

     (Note) Radicals are the one like 'root' in English.



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Ch-22   Radicals for Int'l Standard Words (ISW)
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22-1.  Radicals for Nouns

The radicals for nouns reach to about 270 in number, and they give NOXILO users some semantic hint. 
Please click here to see them.  The radicals for non-material nouns (love, cooperation, study, etc.) start with a
vowel letter A, I, U, or E,  whereas the radicals for material nouns (air, water, electron, wave, heat, house, car, birds,
land, etc.) start with a consonant letter such as B, C, F, G, ...... Z.   The following table show some 40 examples out of  270.

     (Note) Vowel 'O' is used for Composers (OnD (=and), OA (=or), OENI (=therefore), OTT (=but), etc.).

Radicals for
non-material
nouns
Meaning  Examples (ISW) 
 AB talk, meeting, rebuttal,
influence, etc.
ABDIA (dialogue), ABKOn (meeting), ABKRI (criticism), ABRIB (rebuttal),
ABIn (influence), ABEKT (effect)
 ADy reason, root, source ADyU (source, root), ADyUKE (cause and effect), ADyURI (root cause),
ADyUSA (metempsychosis) 
 AH fundamental AHA (God), AHSA (time point), AHT (time in general), AHTA (time),
AFKAn (time period), AHNA (eternal), AHMOT (moment), AHUL (will) 
 AP love, nurture, virtue, aid APLO (love), APLI (likes), APAAQ (virtue), APLIOn (good feeling),
APEATI (care), APLE (joy), APIAn (fiancee), APIEn (aid, giving)
 ILy family ILyAAM (family), ILyUM (father), ILyUD (mother), ILyTE (daughter),
ILyS (son), ILyGMA (grand father), ILyGDA (grand mother)
 IM question, interrogation,
examination, research
IMKE (question), IMKEA (interrogation), IMAAV (examination),
IMREF (reference/comparison), IMSAAV (watch), IMEIn (study)
 IV velocity,
acceralation 
IVEL (velocity),
IVAK (acceralation) 
 InF information, reveal,
jounalist, public report
InFOM (information), InFA (flag), InFT (post), InFI (news), InFAD (ad.),
InFOST (jounalist), InFIAn (official report),  InFIIV (accusation), InFNO (notice)
 UKy treatment, nursing,
prevention, medical doctor
UKyUM (treatment), UKyNAA (nursing), UKyVA (evasion), UKyUA (care),
UKyUV (prevention), UKyUM-IST(medical doctor)
 UX social welfare, medi treatment  UXOL (social welfare), UXRAn (insurance), AEHTI_RAn (health insurance),
UXMED (medical support)
 UZ disappointment, despair  UZDIA (disappointment), UZOn (to ask something unavailable),
UZEEB (despair/hopelessness), UZERA (discouragement) 
 UT distinction, classification,
category
UTInG (distinction), UTLA (separation), UTEKL (classification),
UTKA (category)  
 ED education, proverb,
knowledge
EDKEI (education), EDAAB (prverb), EDIA (study), EDLEK (lecture),
EDKLA (class), EDNOL (knowledge) 
 EMy activity, gathering, exchange EMyUL (activity), EMyUSA (support activity), EMyUP (protest activity),
EMyURE (party), EMyUGA (gathering), EMynT (night party),
EMyTT(city), EMyLII (exchange), EMyn (gift)
 EnK  economy EnKOM (economy), EnKTR (international trade), EnKI (import), EnKX (export),
EnKEL (small market), EnKET (market in general)
 ES east, west, longtitude EST (East), ESWE (West),
ESL (longtitude) 
 Radicals for
   material
    nouns
          Meaning                                   Examples (ISW) 
 BAA birds  BAAP (pegeon), BAAI (eagle), BAASGL (seagul), BAAS (swan),
BAAROT(parot), BAALOU (swallow), BAAQI (chick), BAAG (wild goose)
 BE hair, nail, bone, skin,
muskle, tail, pimple 
BEA (hair), BEOn (bone), BEOMA (marrow), BENE (nail), BES (skin),
BEMAS (muskle), BEIL (tail), BEnP (pimple), BERIn (wrinkle), BESMA (birthmark)
 BEE paper, kook, letter BEEC (card), BEEK (book), BEEL (file), BEEPA (paper), BEETE (letter),
BEENO (notebook), BEEP (stamp), BEEDIK (dictionary), BEENIS (newspaper)
 BII house, address, nest BIIUS (house), BIIRES (address), BIIN (nest), BIISIL (cokoon), BIIG (fence),
BIIBIL (building), BIIT(apartment), BIIKOn (construction)
 CAA star CAA (star), CAAPO (polestar), CAAM (Mercury), CAAVI (Venus),
CAAR (Mars), CAAS (Saturn), CAARA (Uranus), CAAPIA (Jupitar)
 FII fish  FIIK (codfish), FIIMOn (salmon), FIISA (sardine), FIIPA (pacific saury),
FIITA (tuna), FIIRIn (herring), FIIL (eel)
 GyO land, road, plaza, park GyOLD (land), GyOPL (plaza), GyOPA (park), GyODII (rice paddy),
GyOLS (field/farmland), GyORST (forest), GyOR (road)
 HEE Earth, planet HEES (Earth), HEEPLA (planet), HEESEK (equator), HEEP (surface/ground),
HEEMA (underground), HEER (shell)
 JEE aircraft, spaceship, baloon JEEn (aircraft), JEET (jet), JEES (spacecraft), JEERO (rocket),
JEEG (glider), JEEBA (baloon)
 KE furniture KEFNI (furniture), KED (bed), KESK (desk), KEQEA (chair), KEFA (sofa),
KEPT(carpet ) 
 KO soap, perfume, dyes KOODI (detergent), KOOP (soap), KOOM (perfume), KOOIn (incense),
KOODA (dyestuffs) 
 NEn energy, combustion, heat NEn (energy), NEnXA (enertia), NEnH (heat), NEnLI (fuel),
NEnH_IVRIIC (temperature C), NEnH_IVRIIK (temperature K) 
 SAA Sun SAAn (Sun), SAAFS (fixed star), SAA_SAR (revolution), SAAD (dawn),
SAAE (eclipse of the sun)
 SE hotel, inn, dormitory  SEIn (inn), SETL (hotel), SEREn (tourist home), SEM (dormitory),
SEIST (youth hostel)  
 SII sea, river, lake, hotsprings SII (sea), SII_RIIM (ocean current), SIINE (seashore), SIID (tide),
SIIVLI (oceanic trench), SIIR (river), SIIK (lake), SIIHOS (hotspring)
 TII underware, clothes, diapers TIIX (shirts), TIIXA (T-shirts), TIIAn (trousers), TIIDA (diapers),
TIIBRA (brassiere), TIIE (underwear)
 TO buildings, constructions, room TOBILD (buildings), TOBRI (bridge), TONEL (tunnel), TODA (dam),
TOBS (base), TOL (buildng), TOWAA (tower), TOM (room), TOB (main building) 
 TOO mammals (of animal)  TOOG (dog), TOOK (cow), TOOKyA (cat), TOOPI (pig), TOOSKL (squirrel),
TOOLEF (elephant), TOOBA (bat), TOOKAn (kangaroo), TOOBST (beast)
 WII foods from plants  WIIT (wheat), WIIR (rice), WIIB (bread/pan), WIIPS (pasta), WIIn (beans),
WIINAC (peanuts), WIISPI (spinach), WIIMA (taro/sweat potato) 
 XE tools XEDRI (screw driver), XEI (key), XELK (lock), XEZAA (scissors),
XEPLI (pliers), XESU (saw), XEMAA (hammer), XENL (nail)
 XO ship  XOPP (ship), XOBT (boat), XOTT (yacht), XOFIIn (fishing boat),
XOHLAn (sail ship), XOM (military ship), XOMRIn (submarine), XOST (mast)
 XOO mescellaneous items XOOB (bag), XOOBA (basket), XOOTOL (towel), XOOPE (dust paper),
XOOLET(wallet), XOOD (feminine hygiene products), XOOZA (razor)
 YOO vehicles YOOn (vehicles), YOO (car), YOOP (passenger car), YOOT(truck),
YOOBS (bus), YOOX (taxi), YOOR (railway), YOOZ (rail), YOOGL (signal)
 ZAA motor, engine, stove ZAANA (dynamo), ZAAST (stove), ZAAn (engine),
ZAAMO (motor)
 ZEE continent, mountain, islands,
slope 
ZEE (continent), ZEEL (ground/land surface), ZEEMA (mountain),
ZEEI (island), ZEES (slope)




22-2.  Radicals for Verbs

Only Bodily Verbs have own radicals as shown below.  Non-bodily verbs inherit the radicals for other parts of speech
such as nouns, adjectives, etc.

Radicals for
bodily verbs 
Parts (organ) Examples (ISW) 
 KU, SU, CU, RU  mouth KU ...... KU (eat & drink), KUI (eat), KUD (drink), KULI (lick), KUMA (masticate), KUBA (bite),
     KUV (vomit), KUVO (vomit out), KUSA (spit)

SU ...... SU (breathe through mouth), SUTO (breathe out through mouth),
     SUS (smoke cigarette), SUK (cough), SUGA (gargle), SUM (be choked by),
     SUBII (blow off), SUPL (play a musical instrument), SULO (blow gently)

CU ....... CU (sing), CUK (sing to oneself), CUWI (whistle), CUL (chirp), CURO (roar/bark),
     CUB (groan)

RU ....... RU (talk,/say/speak), RULA (speak loud), RUXA (shout), RUS (give a speech),
     RUQA (chat), RUWI (whisper), RUR (rumor), RUF (confess), RUGBEE (speak ill of),
     RUK (confess/admit), RUKOM (complain), RUHO (murmur), RUNE (inform/notify),
     RUEL (speak to oneself), DERU (become silent)
 TU, DU, NU, PU  hand TU ....... TUV (have), TUKI (keep/hold), TUH (hold), TUHL (hold/hug), TURE (receive),
     TUO (put on/wear), TUOn (swith on), TUS (draw), TUZ (draw out/uncork),
     TUDE (take out), TUP (seize/catch hold of), TUPI (pick up/clean), TUFI (fish)

DU ....... DUG (grasp), DUP (pick/pinch), DUPOL (polish), DUX (rub), DUTOV (turn over),
     DUHI (hit), DUWI (twist), DUBE (bend), DURA (scrape), DUDI (dig), DUWA (wash)

NU ....... NU (touch), NUV (caress/pat), NUMA (massauge), NURI (write), NUE (draw),
     NUFE (shake hands), NUWE (wave hands), NUPO (point), NUKRA (scratch)

PU ....... PU (leave/give/launch), PUS (send), PURO (throw), PUHA (hand in),
     PUDIS (distribute), PUOV (overturn), PUC (put), PUSK (scatter), PUE (insert)
 BU, MU,YU  eye BU ....... BU (weep/shed tears), BUK (cry), BUWI (wink), BUBL (blink/wink),

MU ....... MU (see), MUI (observe), MUK (glance/skim over), MUS (stare) , MUFA (find)

YU ....... YU (read), YUPE (see through/detect), YUR (peruse), YUSAn (read with voice),
     YUNAS (read without voice)
 KyU, GyU, XU  head, face, neck KyU ...... KyUKA (cut hair), KyUR (do hairdressing), KyUXE (shave)

GyU ...... GyU (laugh), GyUL (big laugh), GyUMI (smile)

XU ........ XUP (move up & down one's head to say 'Yes'), XUNA (shake head to say 'No')
 JU, QU, RyU  foot JU ....... JU (bend knee), JUE (sit chair), JUS (sit on one's heels), JUK (sit cross-legged),
     JUBE (bend down), JUNI (kneel down)

QU ......  QU (standing), QUS (stand up), QUWA (stand on one leg), QUR (stand at rest),
      QUP (step on), QUA (stand at attention)

RyU ...... RyU (walk), RyUR (run), RyUBAn (bounce), RyUK (kick), RyUPE (run for race),
      RyUZEI (step forward), RyUGA (rush out), RyULO (wander around)
 TyU, DyU, RyU  body TyU ...... TyU (lean to), TyUA (dash oneself against), TyVIO (rage), TyUWAn (bend one's
      body forward), TyUMO (exercise), TyUK (climb), TyUI (get on), TyUFO (climb down),
      TyUFOL (get off), TyUX (protrude/be crowded out), TyUBAS (bounce/bound)

DyU ...... DyUMI (swim), DEDyUMI (drawn), DyUC (dive), DyUX (shiver), DyUFE (stiffen),
      DyUF (fly), DyULO (float), DyUKA (carry), DyUDA (deliver), DyUDE (deliver/bring)

NyU ...... NyU (lay down), NyUA (lie on one's back), NyUB (lie on one's stomach),
      DENyU (get up/sit up on bed), NyUFO (fall down), NyUDEL (deliver baby),
      NyUKA (be born), NyUEK (excrete/discharge), NyUES (sweat/perspire)
 PyU  ear PyU ...... PyU (hear), PyUO (overhear/leak out), PyUMO (hear rumor/get wind of)
 ByU, MyU  nose ByU ...... ByUn (smell), ByUA (give off smell/scent)

MyU ...... MyUn (blow one's nose), MyUKn (sniff at), MyUZn (sneeze) 

  (Note)  'EHyUZ' (to sleep) is not categorized in the bodily verbs, which is derived from a noun EHyU (sleep).
             EHy is the radical for nouns that are related to sleep, rest, anaesthesia, and/or paralysis.


22-3.  Radicals for Adjectives

General adjectives are the most common adjectives, which show a specific state or conditions such as  'red',  'kind',
'last',  'abstract',  'fast',  'following',  etc.  General adjectives consist of Bsic Words and International Standard Words (ISW).
The original adjectives of the ISWs have own 'radical' ('root' in English) on the head of them, which are show in the blue
cells in the following table.

   (Note 1) 'Original adjectives' mean non-derived adjectives.
   (Note 2)  Derived adjectives inherit the radical for the original words such as nouns,
                 and the derived adjectives often have NA or BL ending.

   A      I       U      E     O      AA     II       UU     EE    OO 
A  AI  AU  AE  AO    AII  AUU  AEE  AOO 
I IA    IU  IE  IO  IAA    IUU  IEE  IOO
U UA  UI    UE  UO  UAA  UII    UEE UOO
E EA  EI  EU    EO  EAA  EII  EUU   EOO


 Radical   Meaning  Examples (ISW)
 AI base, logic AIDRn (direct), AInD (independent), AIPO (possible), AIRI (real), AITR (true)
 AU large, rich, many AUB (large), AUMA (many/much), AUHI (high), AUWA (wide), AUFT (fat), AUSI (thick)
AUKOn (complex), AUTOK (), AURIT (majority), AUMIBLA (hibrid), AUJARE (exaggerated) 
 AE normal AENO (normal), AEOR (ordinary), AEJE (general), AEKOM (commonplace), AEMID (middle),
AENI (universal), AEFT(often), AEIn (with limit), AEMIL (gradual), AEH (healthy) 
 AO good, neutral AOBI (beautiful), AOG (good), AOIn (intelectual), AOPAA (proper), AORDI (ready for)
 AII comfortable, positive AIIHA (happy), AIIL (lucky), AIIKA (comfortable), AIIPI (peaceful), AIISE (safe),
AIIn (pleasant), AIIOP (opportunist), AIIF (filled) 
 AUU unsteady, dynamic


uncertain, ambiguous
AUUSTE (unsteady), AUUDA (dynamic), AUULOn (fluid), AUUGA (volatile), AUUVI (active),
AUUL (living), AUUPO (positive), AUUKI (awakened), AUUVI (vital), AUUF (fast),
AUUVAL (fragile), AUUTEM (temporary), AUUQA (accidental)

AUUSn (uncertain), AUUTA (intangible), AUUSP (suspicious), AUUHA (hard to do),
AUUSA (unsuitable), AUUKS (questionable), AUUB (abstract), AUUTRA (undependable),
AUUDEL (delicate), AUURZO (irresolute/vacillating), AUUGE (suggestive/hint)
 AEE  //// (AEE is not used) //// 
 AOO special AOOSPE (special), AOOBNO (abnormal), AIIVI (individual), AOOY (original),
AOOIn (important), AOOPA (biased/one sided), AOOPRA (surprising), AOOMIn (minute) 
 IA taste, cooking IAS (sweet), IALT (solty), IAHO (hot), IABI (bitter), IAJEn (astringent), IAWA (sour/acid),
IAFI (baked/heated), IAK (cooked) 
 IU time, age, era,  speed IUNI (new), IUNIF (top/advanced), IUn (young), IUNAS (recent), IUQA (child/childish)
...... N,  Q,  or  Y  after  IU

IUD (old),  IUDIS (old/senile),  IUMID (middle aged),  IUDANA (obsolete)
...... D or R after IU

IUE (early, 1st),  IUET (too early),  IUEVAn (in advance)
...... E after IU

IULA (late, 2nd),  IULAT (too late),  IULn (after)
...... L after IU

IUT (in time), IUZER (time series), DEIUT (out of time), DE-IUZER (opposite time series)
...... T or Z after IU

IUMT (after incident),  IUGA (next),  IUMIn (future), DE-IURIA (unknown)
...... G or M after IU

IUFA (quick/speedy), IUFK (quicK), IUFLO (quickly advancing), IUFLOT (radicalist)
...... F after IU

IUSL (slow),  IUSLO (slow/of relaxed pace),  IUSn (of relaxed pace)
...... S after IU
 IE strong, rich IEST (strong), IERI (rich), IEGRI (greedy), IEPO (offensive), IEDA (bold), IERAn (eloquent)
IEXUL (luxury/extravagant), IEDEL (delux)
 IO  //// //// 
 IAA good or normal
nature of human, etc.
IAAK (kind), IAAH (honest), IAADI (diligent), IAAPE (patient), IAAKL (equal/fair),
IAAMT (almighty), IAAFE (fair), IAAIn (intelligent), IAAGO (easily understandable)
 IUU comfortable (of spirit)  IUUS (full of spirit/energy), IUUK (imaginative), IUULD (spiritually full),
IUUMA (with sense of fulfillment) 
 IEE steady, certain, clear,
slow, static
IEESTA (steady), IEETAn (tangible), IEEI (easy), IEEA (certain), IEEKOV (conservative),
IEEK (concrete/specific), IEETO (automatic), IEEPA (passive), IEEKO (rigid/fixed),
IEELO (slow), IEEBRI (balanced), IEEME (methodical), IEETBS (to be sure) 
 IOO light and darkness IOOR (bright/light), IOODA (dark), IOOXA (shining), IOOGL (dazzling/glaring),
IOOTRA (transparent), IOOKTRA (semi-transparent), IOOK (pure/clear) 
 UA  tactile feeling (by heat) UAHI (hot/warm), UAT (hot), UAM (warm), UARA (comfortable temparature),
UAK (cold), UAIS (icy)
 UI hearing UIK (quiet), UINA (nice/comfortable sound), UIPyA (pure/clear)
UILA (loud), UIXA (shouting), UINOI (unpleasant to the ear/cacophonic)  
 UE feature, density UEKA (curvy), UERA (round), UEPO (pointed), UEST (straight), UESKyA (scattered)
 UO small, low, few, light,
thin
UOS (small), UOLT (little), UOLO (low), UONA (narrow), UOX (short), UOXA (sharrow),
UOSIn (thin), UOXAI (surface/sharrow), UOLOI (cheap/inexpensive), UOQA (pure),
UOBLA (pure blooded), UOMI (minute/fine), UOTRI (trifling/trivial), UOPAK (compact) 
 UAA open, free, public UAAP (open), UAANE (naked), UAAR (free), UAAVO (voluntary), UAAKS (admittable),
UAAPA (public), UAAB (objective), UAAT (ouside), UAAX (apart), UAANAK (disorder),
UAALA (relaxed), UAADIL (independent), UAADE (insulated), UAAEnT (estranged) 
 UII bad UIIBA (bad), UIIG (agry), UIIF (false), UIIDE (dangerous), UIIMA (mad), UIIPA (imperfect),
UIIYA (cheap looking), UIIPIK (gaudy), UIISL (careless/slipshod), UIIREP (neglectful)
 UEE pain UEEP (painful), UEEI (ich), UEENA (numb), UEETI (tickle), UEEHAn (hungry),
UEEMA (smart/sting/burning), UEETA (tired), UEELD (senile), UEESO (slushy feces),
UEEHA (constipated) 
 UOO //// //// 
 EA smell EABA (bad smell), EAF (nice smell), EAFLA (flaglant), EASME (smelly), IBn_SME (no smell)
 EI color EIBLA (black), EILO (yellow), EIMA (magenta), EIPI (pink), EIS (blue), EITA (white),
 EU tactile (non-heat) EUS (smooth), EURA (rough/coarse), EUT (wet), EUDA (dry), EUREn (soaked/drenched),
EULIT (powdery/smooth), EULAS (elastic), EUTIK(sticky), EUVI (heavy),
EUSMA (sting/smart)
 EO direction, location EOGA (right), EOLE (left), EOn (front), EORIA (rear), EOP (up), EOMA (down)
 EAA weak, poor, minor EAAK (weak), EAAP (poor), EAAMO (modest), EAAN (defensive), EAAS (soft),
EAABE (obey), EAAMI (minor), EAAT (humble), EAAX (shy), EAADR (derived), EAAH (short) 
 EII closed, restrained, private EIIKL (closed), EIIK (restrained/bounded), EIIEK (exclusive), EIIHA (hidden),
EIIFO (forcible), EIIPRA (private), EIIS (secret), EIISA (subjective), EIIN (inside),
EIIPOL (depended), EIIP (copy), EIITE (tense), EIIMO (monopoly), EIIPRIM (primitive),
EIIGE (paired), EIIQ (jammed)
 EUU  bad, abnormal, imature EUUK (diskind), EUUL (liar), EUUM (lazy), EUUMAD(mad), EUUSL (loose/slapdash/careless),
EUUBL (incompetent), EUUKOL (cold), EUUSEL (selfish), EUUGIL (guilty), EUUJA (rude),
EUUVIO (violent), EUUZOL (self-conceited), EUURIA (infant & inferior), EUUHO (haughty),
EUUI (innocent), EUUXTE (short tempered), EUUBAZ (most wicked/atrocious),
EUUFE (unfair), EUUKE (careless), EUUMA (miserable), EUUBA (bad), EUURIX (mean/dirty) 
 EOO  sad, fearful, angry EOOSO (sad), EOOSK (scared), EOOPA (sympathizing), EOOMIZ (painful), EOOn (angry),
EOORE (blush), EOOT (tired of), EOOM (mad), EOOXI (shameful), EOOGL (jealous) 

(Note)  Derived adjectives rather inherit the 'radical of original word'  than the radical for adjectives in the above table,
      and they often have a NA or a BL at the end of the word.  

      Examples of derived adjectives:

      Original word                                     Derived adjectives

      AFAAV  (noun.   service/welfare)  ..........  AFAAVNA  (of welfare)
      IYPE  (noun.   hope)  ........................................  IYPENA  (of hope/hopeful)
      IHMI  (noun.   wonder)  ...................................   IHMINA  (of wonder)
      PEnXI  (noun.   poison)  .................................   PEnXINA  (poisonous)
      KU  (bodily verb.   eat and drink)  .............  KUBL  (edible)



22-4.  Radicals for Adverbs

General adverb consist of Basic Words and International Standard Words (ISW).  The original adverbs of the ISWs have
own (uniqiue) radicals for adverbs, which are shown in the yellow cells in the following two tables.

    (Note 1)  'Original adverbs' mean non-derived adverbs.
    (Note 2)  The derived adverbs inherit the radical for the original words such as nouns or adjectives,
                  and the derived adverbs often have LI ending.

   Ny   Fy   Vy   Py   By   My   n 
 A   ANy  AFy   AVy   APy   ABy   AMy   An 
 I  INy  IFy  IVy  IPy  IBy  IMy  In
 U  UNy  UFy  UVy  UPy  UBy  UMy  Un
 E  ENy  EFy  EVy  EPy  EBy  EMy  En


   A
 K   KA
 G  GA
 S  SA
 Z  ZA
 C  CA
 R  RA
 L  
 T  TA
 D  DA
 N  NA
 F  FA
 V  
 P  PA
 B  BA
 M  MA
 Y  YA
 W  WA
 Hy  
 Ky  KyA
 Gy  GyA
 X  XA
 J  JA
 Q  QA
 Ry  RyA
 Ly  
 Ty  TyA
 Dy  DyA
 Ny  NyA
 Vy  
 Py  PyA
 By  ByA
 My  MyA
 n  

 (Note) The radicals in the
green cells are used for material nouns instead of adverbs.




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