Vulcan English Description Category
Haadok Haadok, Master founder of P'Jem sanctuary, his mummified remains are kept in the Reliquary in the catacombs beneath [ENT Andorian Incident] individual
es'merka habit a recurrent, often unconscious pattern of behavior that is acquired through frequent repetition (anc.)
ha'kiv-shal habitat the area or environment where an organism or ecological community normally lives or occurs house
dzhanya'an-tukh hafnium a brilliant, silvery, metallic element separated from ores of zirconium and used in nuclear reactor control rods; symbol Hf element
masu-kov hail precipitation in the form of spherical or irregular pellets of ice larger than 5 millimeters (0.2 inches) in diameter meteorology
isach hair a single strand of cylindrical, keratinized, often pigmented filaments characteristically growing from the epidermis of a mammal (one hair) body part
isachya hair multiple strands of cylindrical, keratinized, often pigmented filaments characteristically growing from the epidermis of a mammal body part
isach-kal hair follicle a tubular infolding of the epidermis containing the root of a hair body part
ulef half one of two equal parts that together constitute a whole number
k'hat'n'dlawa half of each other's heart & soul one who is 'half of my heart and soul in its deepest sense; became unfashionable after Reformation because of its emotional connotation (anc.) people
ulef-ha'kiv half-life the time required for half the nuclei in a sample of a specific isotopic species to undergo radioactive decay science
alem-kov halite a colorless or white mineral found in dried lakebeds in arid climates mined or gathered for use as table salt; rock salt geology
tvur hall a corridor or passageway in a building house
wuh'rak gof hallux the innermost or first digit on the hind foot of certain mammals; the human hallux is commonly called the big toe. body part
tvur hallway a corridor or passageway in a building house
pau halo a circular band of colored light around a light source, as around the sun or moon, caused by the refraction and reflection of light by ice particles meteorology
alem-ashauk halophilic requiring a high concentration of salt for growth medicine
alem-solektra-kastik halophyte a plant adapted to living in a saline environment plant
salan-fleit-skonn hammada hammada geology
mah-tor hammer to hit, especially repeatedly, with or as if with a hammer; pound; to beat into a shape with or as if with a hammer (verb)
mah-vel hammer a hand tool that has a handle with a perpendicularly attached head of metal or other heavy rigid material, and is used for striking or pounding (noun) tool
Du-leb Han'shir - city a city in Han'shir geography
Kwil-inor Han'shir - city a city in Han'shir geography
Vulcanis Han'shir - city a city in Han'shir; busy spaceport; houses Vulcan's starship production facilities geography
Go'an Han'shir - desert name of Han'shir's central desert geography
T'ralir Preserve Han'shir - preserve on west coast of Voroth Sea; largest preserve on Vulcan geography
Da-Leb Han-shir - Kel province one of three major populations centres, it is a city in the northern part of Kel province geography
Go'an Han-shir - Kel province Han-shir's central desert, it houses vast arrays of solar collectors powering enormous generators which supply power to most of the continent geography
Kwil'inor Han-shir - Kel province another major population centre that is on the coast of the Voroth Sea geography
T'ralor Preserve Han-shir - Kel province this is on the west coast of the Voroth Sea; it is the largest wilderness are on the planet; it contains the last living examples of over 100 otherwise extinct species of plants, animals, and trees geography
Vulcinis Han-shir - Kel province this major city has a busy spaceport and houses Vulcan's starship production facilities which employ advanced construction alloys synthesized in the orbital space stations that ring the planet geography
Kel Han-shir - province the only province in the continent of Han-shir geography
el'ru hand the terminal part of the human arm located below the forearm, used for grasping and holding body part
elek hand any of the rotating pointers used as indexes on the face of a mechanical clock; a pointer, as on a gauge or dial
el'ru'esta hand embrace crossing hands at the wrist and touch palms; used as an embrace for t'hy'la or family phrase
el'rek hand grenade a grenade designed to be thrown by hand weapon
el'ru-wek-zehlek hand phaser acronym for PHASed Energy Rectification, it is a hand-held energy discharge weapon used by the Federation weapon
ta'a hand salute the Vulcan hand-greeting/salute; also ta'al phrase
ta'al hand salute the Vulcan hand-greeting/salute; also ta'a phrase
ke-tarya hand-to-hand fighting ancient style of hand-to-hand fighting still current on Vulcan, though as an exercise regime [Vulcan's Forge] martial arts
el'rek handle a part that is designed to be held or operated with the hand (noun) tool
geldau hang to fasten from above with no support from below; suspend; to execute by suspending by the neck
geldau hang to execute by suspending by the neck crime
geldaya hang the way in which something hangs; a suspension of motion; a slackening; the proper method for doing, using, or handling something (noun)
hali-kel hangar a shelter especially for housing or repairing aircraft house
pavesh-tor happen to come to pass; to take place or occur by chance; to come upon something by chance; to come or go casually; make an appearance
kunling happily in an unexpectedly lucky way; in a joyous manner [korsaya.org] emotion
kunli(-) happy enjoying, showing, or marked by pleasure, satisfaction, or joy; emotional response to pleasure emotion
smertau harass to irritate or torment persistently; to bother; to wear out; exhaust; to impede and exhaust (an enemy) by repeated attacks or raids (verb) emotion
smertaya harassment tormenting by continued persistent attacks and criticism; a feeling of intense annoyance caused by being tormented (noun) emotion
lerash(-) hard resistant to pressure; not readily penetrated; physically toughened; rugged; mentally toughened; strong-minded
lerashau harden to make hard or harder; to enable to withstand physical or mental hardship
lerash'es hardness the quality or condition of being hard; the relative resistance of a metal or other material to denting, scratching, or bending
klau harm physical or psychological injury or damage; wrong; evil (verb) crime
kril-shi-kethel harmonic coordinate harmonic coordinate
kril-sagan harmonic distribution harmonic distribution
kril-vo'ihn harmonic equation the scalar form of Laplace's equation is the partial differential equation math
kril-kek harmonic function any real function u(x,y) with continuous second partial derivatives which satisfies Laplace's equation math
kril-su'us harmonic number The harmonic number is a positive integer giving one less than the number of maxima in a standing wave math
kril-zehlanaya harmonic sequence a sequence of numbers in which the terms are in harmonic progression math
kril-weizehl harmonic series a series whose terms are in harmonic progression, especially the series 1 + 1/2 + 1/3 + 1/4 + . math
krilan-vo'ektaya harmonious equilibrium harmonious equilibrium [korsaya.org] emotion
kril'es harmony agreement in feeling or opinion; accord; a pleasing combination of elements in a whole
kril-es harmony the study of the structure, progression, and relation of chords; simultaneous combination of notes in a chord music
leh-keh-tukh hassium an artificially produced radioactive element with atomic number 108; symbol Hs element
patem-sai hat traditional word for a hat (traditional) clothing
taik hat modern word for a covering for the head, especially one with a shaped crown and brim (modern, military, etc) clothing
thro-svep hatch an opening, as in the deck of a ship, in the roof or floor of a building, or in an aircraft (noun) house
throp-svep-krani hatch window window that is found within a hatch technical
fnu-ven hate to feel hostility or animosity toward; to detest to feel hatred (anc.) emotion
kas-pi'fek haulm the stems of peas, beans, potatoes, or grasses plant
ki' have have (participal) prefix
ma have to be in possession of; own; to possess as a characteristic, quality, or function
Ki'kwi'fun-tor having returned from very far away phrase meaning "it's good to be back" [korsaya.org] phrase
Surak's sayings - He talks peace... He talks peace... Variben veh sochya kuv nam-tor vah goh yut ha-tor. (He talks peace if it is the only way to live.) phrase
sarlah ish-veh he/she/it comes he/she/it comes sentence
gla-tor ish-veh he/she/it sees literally "sees that one" sentence
patam head the uppermost or forwardmost part of the body of a vertebrate, containing the brain and the eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and jaws body part
hakau heal to restore to health or soundness; cure; to become whole and sound; return to health medicine
Hakausu Healer the Vulcan term for Doctor; one who heals occupation
hakausu healing the natural process by which the body repairs itself medicine
ton'shu healing practice a form of healing practice with techniques similar to shiatsu, chiropractice medicine
tow-kath healing trance the healing fever or trance from which assistance is needed to revive; concentrates the patient's strength, blood, and antibodies onto the injured organs in a type of self-induced hypnosis [TOS Private Little War] training
tow-kath healing trance the healing fever or trance from which assistance is needed to revive; concentrates the patient's strength, blood, and antibodies onto the injured organs in a type of self-induced hypnosis [TOS Private Little War] medicine
muhl'es health soundness, especially of body or mind; freedom from disease or abnormality; the overall condition of an organism at a given time; medicine
muhl-bosh healthy possessing good health; conducive to good health; healthful medicine
tuh heap a group of things placed or thrown, one on top of the other (noun)
zhu-tor hear yo perceive (sound) by the ear; to learn by hearing; be told by others; to listen to attentively
puzhu-tor heard detected or perceived by the sense of hearing, e.g. a conversation heard through the wall
khaf-spol hearing the sense by which sound is perceived; the capacity to hear; range of audibility
khaf-spol heart the chambered muscular organ in vertebrates that pumps blood received from the veins into the arteries body part
khaf-spol-mahai heart attack sudden interruption or insufficiency of the supply of blood to the heart, typically resulting from occlusion or obstruction of a coronary artery medicine
tvi-shal t'khaf-spol heart chamber one of the chambers that either collect blood from the veins or fill with blood before expelling it to the arteries body part
khaf-spol-vravshaya heart failure the inability of the heart to pump blood at an adequate rate, resulting in congestion of fluids in the lungs, shortness of breath etc. medicine
khaf-spol-tav heart rate the number of heartbeats per unit of time, usually expressed as beats per minute medicine
khaf-spol-spunek heart valve a valve between the chambers of the heart, or between the heart and the arteries to control one-way flow of blood body part
nel-dath t'khaf-spol heartbeat a single complete pulsation of the heart medicine
shaun-ton heartburn a burning sensation, usually centered in the middle of the chest near the sternum, caused by the reflux of acidic stomach fluids medicine
falek heat the sensation or perception of such energy as warmth or hotness (noun)
falek-tor heat to make warm or hot; to become warm or hot; (verb)
falek-seshayek heat sink a metal conductor specially designed to conduct (and radiate) heat technical
falekek heater an apparatus that heats or provides heat tool
Ap-Lau heaven a place of eternal peace; "heaven" (anc.) religion
oigen Heaven any of the places in or beyond the sky conceived of as domains of divine beings in various religions; shak-a-ree religion
Sha-ka-ri Heaven any of the places in or beyond the sky conceived of as domains of divine beings in various religions; mythical source of all Creation (STV) religion
ras heavy having relatively great weight; having relatively high density; having a high specific gravity (anc.)
teh-vla hectogon a 100-sided polygon, virtually indistinguishable in appearance from a circle except at very high magnification math
timut heel the rounded posterior portion of the human foot under and behind the ankle body part
pidek height distance from the base of something to the top; elevation above a given level, as of the sun or a star above the horizon; altitude
pid-samek-kastik hekistotherm a plant which can grow in very cold environments plant
pumeskarau held past simple and past participle of past simple and past participle of hold; to be held
da-rala-hali helicopter an aircraft that derives its lift from blades that rotate about an approximately vertical central axis.
ek'ha'gel-kastik heliophyte a plant flourishing in sunlight plant
tahal-tukh helium a colorless, odorless inert gaseous element occurring in natural gas and with radioactive ores; symbol He element
kulan helix a three-dimensional curve that lies on a cylinder or cone, so that its angle to a plane perpendicular to the axis is constant math
bogozh Hell a place of eternal punishment; "hell" (anc.) religion
dakharau-shal helm the station where one steers a ship, especially where the the tiller or wheel is located place
dakharau-tash-math helm control panel helm control panel [no definition available] technical
ulef-masu-kastik helophyte a plant that flourishes in dry or drought conditions plant
gol'nev help the act or an instance of helping; aid or assistance (noun)
gol-tor help to give assistance to; aid; to contribute to the furtherance of; promote (verb)
gol'nevsu helper one that helps; an assistant; acolyte
khaf-mev-gnal hemangioma a benign skin lesion consisting of dense, usually elevated masses of dilated blood vessels medicine
khaf-talsu hematologist a doctor who specializes in diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs occupation
khaf-tal hematology the science encompassing the medical study of the blood and blood-producing organs medicine
khaf-yarek hematoma a localized swelling filled with blood resulting from a break in a blood vessel; a bad bruise medicine
vazh-khaf-nosh hematuria the presence of blood in the urine medicine
khaf-esh-meil hemoglobin the iron-containing respiratory pigment in red blood cells of vertebrates, consisting of about 6% heme and 94% globin body part
ritsuri-nehaya-nosh t'khaf-meil hemolytic anemia anemia resulting from the lysis of red blood cells, as in response to certain toxic or infectious agents and in certain inherited blood disorders medicine
ritsuri-vihk-nosh hemophilia disease where the blood fails to clot normally because of a deficiency or abnormality of one of the clotting factors medicine
khafaya hemorrhage excessive discharge of blood from the blood vessels; profuse bleeding medicine
khafau-pehkaya hemostasis the stoppage of bleeding or hemorrhage; the stoppage of blood flow through a blood vessel or body part medicine
nehasamek-yonshaya hepatitis inflammation of the liver, caused by infectious or toxic agents and characterized by jaundice, fever, liver enlargement, and abdominal pain medicine
nehasamek-talsu hepatologist a doctor who specializes in liver diseases occupation
nehasamek-tal hepatology the branch of medicine concerned with diseases of the liver medicine
nehasamek-gnal hepatoma a usually cancerous tumor occurring in the liver medicine
leh-steh-vla heptadecagon a polygon having seventeen sides math
steh-vla heptagon a polygon having seven sides math
bar-got herb a plant whose stem does not produce woody, persistent tissue and generally dies back at the end of each growing season; any of various often aromatic plants used especially in medicine or as seasoning (anc.) plant
birkeen herb a sweet Vulcan herb, often used in flavouring water (source: Orion Press Lexicon) food
hla'meth herb Vulcan herb plant
hla-meth herb a particular herb that grows on Vulcan [source: Enterprise: The Romulan War: Beneath the Raptor's Wing] plant
k'rhth'a herb a Vulcan herb plant
kh'aa herb Vulcan herb plant
lhm'ta herb Vulcan herb plant
mah'ta herb a herb native to Vulcan (Dwellers in the Crucible) plant
sh'rr herb a Vulcan herb plant
theris herb a Vulcan herb often made into tea plant
tri'hla herb a Vulcan herb plant
theris-masu herbal tea herbal tea food
kastik-yokulsu herbivore an animal that feeds chiefly on plants animal
kuht herd A number of animals of one species that remain together as a group (noun) animal
la here at or in this place; at this time; now
la' here at or in this place; at this time; now
la' here here prefix
Ka'i here now phrase meaning "I'm right here" [korsaya.org] phrase
samekhik hereditary transmitted or capable of being transmitted genetically from parent to offspring science
ak'spra heretic a person who holds controversial opinions, especially one who publicly dissents from the officially accepted dogma religion
on-kuvsu hermaphrodite one having both male and female sexual characteristics and organs; at birth an unambiguous assignment of male or female cannot be made people
on-kuvik hermaphroditic of animal or plant; having both male female reproductive organs medicine
faka hernia the protrusion of an organ or other bodily structure through the wall that normally contains it; a rupture medicine
ukraluk-talsu herpetologist a zoologist who studies reptiles and amphibians occupation
ukraluk-tal herpetology the branch of zoology that deals with reptiles and amphibians science
vaunah hesitation a pause or faltering in speech; the act or an instance of hesitating;
duf-krus-savas hesperidium a berry having a thickened leathery rind and juicy pulp divided into segments, as an orange or other citrus fruit. plant
natya-wak-vin heterochrony in evolution, a deviation from the typical sequence in the formation of organs or parts medicine
natya-guv-nala heterogamete either of two conjugating gametes that differ in structure or behavior; e.g. small motile male spermatozoon and the larger nonmotile female ovum medicine
natya-guv-kanashivaya heterogamy alternation of sexual and parthenogenic generations, as in some aphids medicine
natya-shidik heteromorphic having different forms at different periods of the life cycle, as in stages of insect metamorphosis animal
natya-mor-nosh heterophylly having dissimilar leaves on one plant plant
rish-hakar heterosis the marked vigor or capacity for growth often exhibited by crossbred animals or plants; also called hybrid vigor medicine
leh-sheh-vla hexadecagon a 16-sided polygon, sometimes also called a hexakaidecagon math
sheh-vla hexagon a polygon having six sides math
sheh-muk hexahedron a polyhedron, such as a cube, that has six faces math
sheh-oh-muk hexoctahedron a solid having forty-eight equal triangular faces math
sheh-slor-tukh hexose any of various simple sugars, such as glucose and fructose, that have six carbon atoms per molecule element
tonk'peh hi; hello an informal greeting used among Vulcans phrase
sharu hiatus a separation, aperture, fissure, or short passage in an organ or body part medicine
sharu hiatus a separation, aperture, fissure, or short passage in an organ or body part medicine
tin-svi'shaya hiatus an opening; an aperture; a gap; a chasm geology
huhk hiccup/hiccough a spasm of the diaphragm resulting in a rapid, involuntary inhalation that is stopped by the sudden closure of the glottis (noun) medicine
huhk-tor hiccup/hiccough to make a hiccup or a sound like a hiccup (verb) medicine
a'kweth hidden name of Sandworm of Vulcan animal
ip- hidden difficult to find; designed to elude detection; not accessible to view; covered from view
ipik hidden difficult to find; designed to elude detection; not accessible to view; covered from view
ip-sut hide to put or keep out of sight; secrete; to prevent the disclosure or recognition of; conceal (VLI) (verb) (anc.)
va'ne hide to put or keep out of sight; secrete; to prevent the disclosure or recognition of; conceal
Narat do-toh Hide-and-Seek a children's game in which one player does not look while others hide and then goes to find them (anc.) game
pid high having a relatively great elevation; extending far upward
gasu-spayek t'pid-tepul high energy flux conductor high energy flux conductor [no definition available] technical
pid-trensu high master high master rank
sim're high masters the name for the High Masters, ancient deified Vulcans; they were believed to be in charge of the ruins at Gol (Dwellers in the Crucible) rank
pid-eiktra high plain an alpine meadow place
pid-ne'hish-mev t'igen-pa-tukh high pressure atmospheric gas feed high pressure atmospheric gas feed [no definition available] technical
pid-mashen high tide the tide at its fullest, when the water reaches its highest level; the time at which this tide occurs; also called high water meteorology
svi-wak t'pid-masu high-water interval time interval it takes for a body of water to reach its highest level meteorology
ulidar t'pid-masu high-water mark a mark indicating the highest level reached by a body of water
k'lek highest used as the title for one with the greatest skill rank
pid-shal(tra) highland(s) a mountainous or hilly section of a country place
kunel hill a well-defined natural elevation smaller than a mountain; a small heap, pile, or mo
Hills of Kerak Hills of Kerak a landform on Vulcan between the TsaiKal valley and the Sas-a-Shar desert (Orion Press Lexicon) place
tersau-ulidar hilum the scar on a seed, such as a bean, indicating the point of attachment to the funiculus plant
tersau-ulidar hilum the area through which ducts, nerves, or blood vessels enter and leave a gland or organ body part
za-glan hindsight perception of the significance and nature of events after they have occurred
tu'adayek hinge a jointed or flexible device that allows the turning or pivoting of a part, such as a door or lid, on a stationary frame tool
gaf hip the laterally projecting prominence of the pelvis or pelvic region from the waist to the thigh; the hip joint body part
isach'es-nosh hirsutism heavy growth of hair, often in abnormal distribution medicine
shisau hiss to express (a negative view or reaction) by uttering a hiss; to utter with a hiss emotion
shisya hiss a sharp sibilant sound similar to a sustained s; an expression of disapproval, contempt, or dissatisfaction conveyed by use of this sound emotion
numo-kelek-tal t'nala eh nalatra histochemistry the branch of science that deals with the chemical composition of the cells and tissues of the body medicine
numo-kelek-talsu histologist anatomist who specializes in the microscopic study of animal tissues occupation
humo-kelek-tal histology the anatomical study of the microscopic structure of animal and plant tissues; the microscopic structure of tissue medicine
vesht-varik historic having importance in or influence on hist
vesht-var history the branch of knowledge that records and analyzes past events; a formal written account of related natural phenomena
kwul hit a collision or impact; a successfully executed shot, blow, thrust, or throw; a murder (noun) crime
kwul-tor hit to come into contact with forcefully; strike; to reach with or as if with a blow (verb) crime
Hivas milkshake Hivas milkshake a purple-coloured refreshment favoured by some Vulcans (Orion Press Lexicon) food
tasadi hoax something that has been established or accepted by fraudulent means (noun)
pa-rish hodgepodge a mixture of dissimilar ingredients; a jumble
meskarau hold to have and keep in one's grasp; to keep from departing or getting away (verb)
meskaraya hold the act or a means of grasping; a manner of grasping an opponent, as in wrestling or aikido (noun)
potau-tvi-shal holding cell a jail in a courthouse where accused persons can be confined during a trial crime
razh hole a hollowed place in something solid; a cavity or pit; an opening or perforation; an animal's hollowed-out habitation, such as a burrow
te'rikh-tukh holmium a relatively soft, malleable, stable rare-earth element occurring in gadolinite, monazite, and other rare-earth minerals; symbol Ho
reh-bikuv-sayek holo-emitter the device that allows a hologram to be seen and interacted with tool
reh-bikuv-sutauk holodeck the place where one interacts with holograms for entertainment/educational purposes place
reh-bikuv hologram - object a hologram of an object or non-sentient being technical
reh-bikuvsu hologram - person a holographic image of a sentient being people
reh-bikuv-salehmek holographic projector the device that projects the holographic image tool
reh-bikuv-salehmek holographic projector the device that projects the holographic image tool
reh-bikuv-viskulan holomatrix the computer programme that governs the behaviour of the holographic image technical
vai holy belonging to, derived from, or associated with a divine power; sacred religion
ha-kel home the physical structure within which one lives, such as a house or apartment; a place where one lives; a residence house
tihet-vo'ektilahr-venek homeostasis the ability or tendency of an organism or cell to maintain internal equilibrium by adjusting its physiological processes medicine
ko-ka-ashausu homosexual - female female homosexual; lesbian people
sa-ka-ashausu homosexual - male male homosexual; gay people
trau honest marked by or displaying integrity; upright; not deceptive or fraudulent; genuine; characterized by truth; not false
trau'es honesty the quality or condition of being honest; integrity; truthfulness; sincerity
dor honour high respect, as that shown for special merit; esteem; good name; reputation; the dignity accorded to position (noun) emotion
dor-tor honour to hold in respect; esteem; to show respect for; to confer distinction on (verb) emotion
dorli honourable deserving or winning honor and respect; bringing distinction or recognition (anc.) rank
ohalovaya honourable journey the act of practicing traditional calligraphy [korsaya.org] calligraphy
orishansu honourable survivor a refugee in the aftermath of Vulcan's distruction caused by Nero (ST2009) [korsaya.org] individual
ora honourable what? phrase meaning what is this regarding? [korsaya.org] phrase
pudor-tor honoured worthy of honour; having an illustrious reputation; respected rank
fash hood a loose pliable covering for the head and neck, often attached to a robe or jacket clothing
kik hook a curved or sharply bent device, usually of metal, used to catch, drag, suspend, or fasten something else (noun)
rok hope a wish or desire accompanied by confident expectation of its fulfillment; something that is hoped for or desired (noun)
rok-tor hope to wish for something with expectation of its fulfillment; to have confidence; trust (verb) emotion
Kai-ros hopscotch a game in which players toss a small object into the numbered spaces of a pattern of rectangles outlined on the ground and then hop or jump through the spaces to retrieve the object game
ir-zehl horizon the apparent intersection of the earth and sky as seen by an observer, also called apparent horizon place
yutik horizontal parallel to or in the plane of the horizon
yutik dvun-zehl horizontal fault a dislocation caused by a slipping of rock masses along a plane of facture; also, the dislocated structure resulting from such slipping geology
dau-tukh hormone a substance, usually a peptide or steroid, produced by one tissue and conveyed by the bloodstream to another to effect physiological activity medicine
yamareen hormone hormone released during pon farr medicine
stonn horn one of the hard, usually permanent structures projecting from the head of certain mammals; a bony core covered with a sheath of keratinous material animal
bov-wakrubaya horotely horotely [no definition available]
isachya-shen horripilation the bristling of the body hair, as from fear or cold; goose bumps medicine
jarel horse like animal small horned equestrian-like animal animal
kenel horse-like animal an extinct horse-like animal animal
dvun-zehl-shen horst a mass of the earth's crust that lies between two faults and is higher than the surrounding land geology
shi'has hospital an institution that provides medical, surgical, or psychiatric care and treatment for the sick or the injured medicine
kasu host one who receives or entertains guests in a social or official capacity (noun)
fal hot having or giving off heat; capable of burning; being at a high temperature; exhibiting a temperature that is higher than normal or desirable meteorology
v'hral hour a Vulcan hour; equal to 1.409 Earth hours time
wadan hour one of the points on a timepiece marking off 12 or 24 successive intervals of 60 minutes (VLI) time
kelek house a structure serving as a dwelling for one or more persons, especially for a family house
uf how in what manner or way; by what means; in what state or condition; to what extent, amount, or degree; for what reason or purpose; why parts of speech
vlur howl to utter or emit a long, mournful, plaintive sound; to cry or wail loudly, as in pain, sorrow, or anger (verb)
vlut howl a long wailing cry; a loud derisive call (noun)
teraya-martaya hug to put your arms around someone to show your love or friendship; to move, lie, or stay close to something [korsaya.org] emotion
masuk' huge of exceedingly great size, extent, or quantity; enormous; of exceedingly great scope or nature
vukh hull the frame or body of a ship, exclusive of masts, engines, or superstructure; the outer casing of a rocket, guided missile, or spaceship
vukh hull the dry outer covering of a fruit, seed, or nut; a husk; the enlarged calyx of a fruit that is usually green and easily detached, e.g. a strawberry plant
komihn Human Human; Terran (VLI) species
qom'i Human Human; Terran species
abru-kar-hinek humerus the long bone of the arm or forelimb, extending from the shoulder to the elbow body part
sov-masupik humid containing or characterized by a high amount of water or water vapor meteorology
sov-masu'es humidity dampness, especially of the air; relative humidity meteorology
ha-solek-storaya humification the formation of humus geology
ha-solek humus a brown or black organic substance consisting of partially or wholly decayed vegetable or animal matter that provides nutrients for plants geology
avon hunger a strong desire or need for food; the discomfort, weakness, or pain caused by a prolonged lack of food (anc.) (noun) food
avon-telik hunger to have a need or desire for food; to have a strong desire or craving; to cause to experience hunger; make hungry (verb) food
k'avon hungry experiencing a desire or need for food; characterized by or expressing hunger or craving food
shi'kar hunt to pursue (game) for food or sport; to search through (an area) for prey; to pursue intensively so as to capture or kill; to seek out; search for
shi-kar-tor hunted; prey one who is hunted; prey; victim crime
shi'ka'ree hunter a hunter or sportsman, native, guide in the chase (Not that Vulcans hunt animals to kill/sport)
suk'masutra-eshu'a hurricane a wind with a speed greater than 74 miles (119 kilometers) per hour and usually involving heavy rains meteorology
dash-tor hurt to cause physical damage or pain to; injure; to cause mental or emotional suffering to; distress; to cause physical damage to; harm
adun husband a man joined to a woman in marriage; a male spouse family
sa-telsu husband a man joined to a woman in marriage; a male spouse (VLI) family
makhik hyaline resembling glass, as in translucence or transparency; glassy (adj.); something that is translucent or transparent (noun)
nen-rihinek hyaline cartilage semitransparent, opalescent cartilage that forms most of the fetal skeleton and is found in the trachea, larynx, and joint surfaces of the adult body part
rish-ha-vel hybrid the offspring of genetically dissimilar parents or stock; something of mixed origin or composition
rish-hakar hybrid vigor increased vigor or other superior qualities arising from the crossbreeding of genetically different plants or animals; also called heterosis science
rish-ha-shal hybrid zone an area where two previously geographically separated groups of a species successfully come together
dvun-masu-torai hydraulic action the action of or involving, moved by, or operated by a fluid, especially water, under pressure geology
masu-mish-tal hydraulics the physical science and technology of the static and dynamic behavior of fluids science
vulai-mish-raul hydrdospanner hydrdospanner tool
ritsuri-pid-tavat t'khaf-masu hydremia blood disorder in which there is excess fluid volume compared with the cell volume of the blood medicine
pid-masu'es-kasik hydric relating to, characterized by, or requiring considerable moisture
masu-torai-kov hydroclastic rock hydroclastic rock geology
masu-dvun-talsu hydrodynamicist one who studies fluids in motion occupation
masu-dvun-tal hydrodynamics the branch of science that deals with the dynamics of fluids, especially incompressible fluids, in motion science
masu-tukh hydrogen a colorless, highly flammable gaseous element, the lightest of all gases and the most abundant element in the universe; symbol H element
samasu-kov hydrolith a salt-like binary compound used as a reducing agent and source of hydrogen element
masu-mish-talsu hydrologic engineer an engineer that studies the branch of science that studies water on the earth and in the atmosphere: its distribution and uses and conservation occupation
masu-da-nel hydrologic(al) cycle the distribution of the earth's water as it evaporates from bodies of water, condenses, precipitates, and returns to those bodies of water meteorology
masu-talsu hydrologist an scientist that studies water on the earth and in the atmosphere: its distribution and uses and conservation occupation
masu-tal hydrology study of the properties, distribution, and effects of water on the earth's surface, in the soil and underlying rocks, and in the atmosphere science
tukh-masu-folaya hydrolysis decomposition of a chemical compound by reaction with water, such as the dissociation of a dissolved salt science
sov-masu-talsu hydrometeorologist a person that studies the branch of meteorology that deals with water in the atmosphere especially as precipitation occupation
sov-masu-tal hydrometeorology the branch of meteorology that deals with the occurrence, motion, and changes of state of atmospheric water meteorology
masu-thonek hydrometer an instrument used to determine specific gravity of a fluid tool
ritsuri-masu-sa'ovaya t'kapol-nafek hydronephrosis accumulation of urine in the kidney because of an obstruction in the ureter medicine
masu-pthak hydrophobia an abnormal fear of water; symptom of rabies medicine
pid-masu'es-kastik hydrophyte a plant adapted to grow in water plant
risolek-to'ovayek hydroponics cultivation of plants in nutrient solution rather than in soil science
vunai-mish-raul hydrospanner hydrospanner [no definition available] tool
masu-ek'shal hydrosphere the waters of the Earth's surface as distinguished from those of the lithosphere and the atmosphere; the water vapor in the Earth's atmosphere meteorology
masu-shom-tal hydrostatics the branch of physics that deals with fluids at rest and under pressure science
fal-masu-titaya hydrothermal deposit a mineral deposit formed by the precipitation of metallic ions from water ranging in temperature from 50 to 700C. geology
sov-masu-thonek hygrometer any of several instruments that measure atmospheric humidity meteorology
masu-shal-ashauk hygrophilous living or growing in moist places
svital-vel t'masu-shidau hygroscopic nucleus a nucleus that absorbs moisture (as from the air) science
solek-potau-masu hygroscopic water water adsorbed by a dry soil from an atmosphere of high relative humidity; water lost from an air-dry soil when it is heated to 105C meteorology
lahv-hinek hyoid bone a U-shaped bone at the base of the tongue that supports the muscles of the tongue body part
tvi-shal t'pid-sov-ne'hish hyperbaric chamber a large chamber in which the oxygen pressure is above normal for the atmosphere used in treating breathing disorders or carbon monoxide poisoning medicine
pidvalu hyperbola an open curve formed by a plane that cuts the base of a right circular cone math
pidvalu-khlop-thonik su'us-ek'tal hyperbolic geometry geometry in which it is assumed that through any point there are two or more parallel lines that do not intersect a given line in the plane math
pidvalu-pa'ashtra hyperbolic plane In the hyperbolic plane H2, a pair of lines can be parallel, can intersect, or can be hyperparallel math
pidvalu-sfek hyperbolic point A point p on a regular surface is said to be hyperbolic if the Gaussian curvature or the principal curvatures K1 and K2 have opposite signs. math
pid-nosh t'dah-eshu t'nol-tukh svi'khaf hypercapnia a condition marked by an unusually high concentration of carbon dioxide in the blood as a result of hypoventilation medicine
pid-shal-khaf hyperemia an increase in the quantity of blood flow to a body part; engorgement medicine
pid-khlop-sagan hypergeometric distribution a probability function that gives the probability of obtaining exactly x elements of one kind and n - x elements of another math
pid-khlop-kek hypergeometric function is a function which can be defined in the form of a hypergeometric series math
pid-khlop-weizehl hypergeometric series is a series for which c0 = 1 and the ratio of consecutive terms is a rational function of the summation index k math
pid-nosh t'khaf-slor-tukh hyperglycemia the presence of an abnormally high concentration of glucose in the blood medicine
pid-kwitau-yeturek hyperimpulse drive hyperimpulse drive [no definition available] technical
sahris-eshan hypernoea abnormal breathing, due to slightly deficient arterialization of the blood medicine
za-thakau-nosh hyperopia an abnormal condition of the eye in which vision is better for distant objects than for near objects; far-sighted medicine
ritsuri-pid-nosh t'wadi-kur hyperpigmentation excess pigmentation, especially of the skin medicine
pid-krus-storaya hyperplasia an abnormal increase in the number of cells in an organ or a tissue with consequent enlargement medicine
ritsuri-pid-nosh t'vukhut-falek'es hyperpyrexia abnormally high fever medicine
wek-mish-raul hyperspanner general purpose engineering tool used in Starfleet tool
pid-khaf-ne'hish hypertension arterial disease in which chronic high blood pressure is the primary symptom; abnormally elevated blood pressure medicine
krus-sukaya hypertrophy a nontumorous enlargement of an organ or a tissue as a result of an increase in the size rather than the number of constituent cells medicine
kwul t'dan-pid-threshan hypervelocity impact an impact of an object at a very high rate of speed
nuh'mau-eshan hyperventilation abnormally fast or deep respiration, which results in the loss of carbon dioxide from the blood causing tingling of the extremities and fainting medicine
pakh hyphen a punctuation mark ( - ) used between the parts of a compound word or name or between the syllables of a word
ne-solektra-hatik hypogean located under the earth's surface; underground; of or relating to seed germination in which the cotyledons remain below the surface of the ground botony
vinem-lahv-wel hypoglossal nerve either of the 12th pair of cranial nerves that innervate the muscles of the tongue body part
neik-nosh t'khaf-slor-tukh hypoglycemia an abnormally low level of glucose in the blood medicine
glu-masu-tin t'suk'muzh hypolimnion the layer of water in a thermally stratified lake that lies below the thermocline, is noncirculating, and remains perpetually cold place
ritsuri-neik-nosh t'wadi-kur hypopigmentation diminished pigmentation, especially of the skin medicine
neik-krus-storaya hypoplasia incomplete or arrested development of an organ or a part medicine
pa-vipohtek hypospray injector that admininsters medication via a powerful, thin spray that penetrates clothing and skin medicine
neik-khaf-ne'hish hypotension abnormally low blood pressure medicine
sames-vulu-zehl hypotenuse the side of a right triangle opposite the right angle. math
is-lof-svitan hypothalamus the part of the brain that lies below the thalamus, regulates bodily temperature, certain metabolic processes, and other autonomic activities body part
ul-wihka hypothesis a tentative explanation for an observation, phenomenon, or scientific problem that can be tested by further investigation science
nuh'neik-esh-tukh svi'khaf hypoxia deficiency in the amount of oxygen reaching body tissues medicine
sudef-snem hysterectomy surgical removal of part or all of the uterus medicine

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