All entries of category 'family'

Vulcan English Description Category
a'nirih father a man who begets or raises or nurtures a child (Caz) family
adun husband a man joined to a woman in marriage; a male spouse family
adun'a wife a woman joined to a man in marriage; a female spouse (Marketa) family
al relative - male uncle/brother; male relative descended from same parents or earlier line of decent family
an'pre'le adulthood the state (and responsibilities) of a person who has attained maturity family
ax'nav child a young person of either sex family
behsu neighbour one who lives near or next to another; a person, place, or thing adjacent to or located near another (VLI); not an invicitive family
besu fellow companion (noun) family
el-keshtanik freeborn born as a free person, not as a slave or serf; relating to or befitting a person born free family
en'ahr'at godparent a sponsor appointed by a parent as an alternative guardian or advisor family
ezyet aunt the sister of your father or mother; the wife of your uncle (VLI) (anc.) family
gazh progeny genetic descendant of indeterminate generation family
i'khaz'el boy a male child; an immature or inexperienced man, especially a young man (Marketa) family
il relative - female aunt/sister; female relative descended from same parents or earlier line of decent family
k'war'ma'khon family - extended as close as family but not genetically related family
kaisu sibling one of two or more individuals having one or both parents in common; a brother or sister family
kan child a young person of either sex (VLI) family
kan-bu baby a very young mammal family
kan-bu infant a child in the earliest period of life, especially before he or she can walk family
kan-wak childhood the state of a child between infancy and adolescence; the time of person's life when they are a child family
kanlar children plural of child (MGV - dialect of VLI Vulcan) family
kanu children plural of child (TGV - dialect of VLI Vulcan) family
kir'an widow/widower a man or woman whose spouse has died and who has not remarried; a title used like FSE widow/widower family
ko'mekh-il grandmother the mother of one's father or mother family
ko(su) female a member of the sex that produces ova or bears young; a woman or girl (noun) family
ko-bath niece a daughter of your brother or sister, or a daughter of your husband's or wife's brother or sister. (VLI) family
ko-fu daughter one's female child family
ko-kai sister a female having the same parents as another or one parent in common with another family
ko-kan girl A female child; an immature or inexperienced woman, especially a young woman family
ko-kugalsu fiancee a woman to whom a man is engaged to be married; feminine of fiancÚ family
ko-kuk aunt the sister of your mother or father, or the wife of your uncle (VLI) family
ko-mekh mother a woman who conceives, gives birth to, or raises and nurtures a child (noun) family
ko-telsu wife a woman joined to a man in marriage; a female spouse (VLI) family
kosu woman an adult female humanoid; women considered as a group; womankind family
krei cousin - female female relative descended from siblings of parents or earlier line of descent family
m'aih mother a woman who conceives, gives birth to, or raises and nurtures a child (Caz) family
makh-tor parent to parent ones children family
mekh parent one parent family
mekh parent parent of children family
mekhlar parents gen. plural or alternatives for parents family
mekhu parents parents (plural) family
mekhu folks slang for parents family
meku parents a mother and father of a person or an animal family
nu'ri(-) young being in an early period of life, development, or growth; newly begun or formed; not advanced (anc.) family
omekhlar parents gen. plural or alternatives for parents family
omekhu parents a mother and father of a person or an animal family
orfik-kel ancestors people from whom you are descended (but usually more remote that a grandparent) (VLI) family
orfik-kel forebears a person from whom one is descended; an ancestor (anc.) family
orfik-kosu foremother a woman ancestor family
orfik-sasu forefather a person who is from an earlier time and has originated or contributed to a common tradition family
ork'ik'a ancestor a person from whom one is descended, especially if more remote than a grandparent; a forebear family
p'pil'lay divorce severing of a mind-link between bonded couples either due to divorce or sudden death of a spouse family
pi-maat kin family; kin (VLI) family
sa male a person or animal that produces gametes (spermatozoa) that can fertilize female gametes (ova); a person who belongs to the sex that cannot have babies family
sa'mekh'al grandfather the father of one's mother or father family
sa(-) male of relating to, or designating the sex that has organs to produce spermatozoa for fertilizing ova family
sa-bath nephew son of your brother or sister, or a son of your husband's or wife's brother or sister. (VLI) family
sa-fu son one's male child; a male descendant family
sa-kai brother a male having the same parents as another or one parent in common with another family
sa-kan boy a male child; an immature or inexperienced man, especially a young man (VLI) family
sa-kugalsu fiancÚ a man to whom a woman is engaged to be married family
sa-kuk uncle the brother of your father or mother; the husband of your aunt. (VLI) family
sa-mekh father father; male parent family
sa-telsu husband a man joined to a woman in marriage; a male spouse (VLI) family
sasu fellow fellow; man; male person (noun) family
sasu man an adult male humanoid (noun) family
satik male of relating to, or designating the sex that has organs to produce spermatozoa for fertilizing ova family
shakhupik elderly elderly (adjective) family
shakhupik elderly elderly family
shif couple a pair of people who live together; two people together (noun) family
skan/skann family set of all people genetikcally related to you family
sular folk people in general; often used in the plural; informal term for people family
sular(-ves) folks people in general; often used in the plural; informal term for people family
sutra folk the common people of a society/region considered as the representatives of a traditional way of life family
t'dahsu twin one of two offspring born at the same birth; one of two identical or similar people, animals, or things; a counterpart family
t'dahsular s'ka-yu-mur identical twins either of two twins developed from the same fertilized ovum (having the same genetic material); monozygotic twins family
t'dahsular s'natya-yu-murlar fraternal twins dizygotic twins; twins from 2 eggs; fraternal twins family
t'kausu quintuplet any of five offspring born in a single birth family
t'kehsu quadruplet one of four offspring born in a single birth family
t'rehsu triplet one three children born at one birth; a group or set of three of one kind; a group of three lines of verse family
t'shehsu sextuplet one of six offspring born in a single birth family
t'stehsu septuplet one of seven offspring delivered at a single birth family
teret-zulan'es consanguinity related by blood family
tersu partner one that is united or associated with another or others in a common interest; a person, other than a spouse, with whom one cohabits (noun) family
tomasu relative someone related by kinship, common origin, or marriage family
tomasu kinsman a male relative; a man sharing the same racial, cultural, or national background as another family
toz'ot uncle/aunt sibling of a parent family
toz'ot aunt/uncle sibling of parent family
uzh-keshtu newborn very recently born; a newborn child family
uzh-keshtu neonate a newborn infant, especially one less than four weeks old family
veh one one; a person family
yatau father to father a child (verb) family
yatau father to father a child; to sire (VLI) family

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