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Cv-En CVL: S

    
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    sad (Russ.) garden
    sakărvunnă eighty
    sakăr, sakkăr eight
    salan to fall apart, go apart, break in pieces, disband
    salt to untie, loosen, unfasten
    saltak soldier
    samana time (the concept);
    samant moment; pĕr samant for a moment
    samol‘ot (Russ.) airplane
    sanăn your (genitive of esĕ "you")
    sapala to sow, scatter, pour, sprinkle
    sară jellow; fair, blonde; beautiful (in folklore)
    sarăl to extend oneself, enlarge
    sarlaka wide, widelj; sarlakash width, wideness, extent; latitude
    sasan carp-fish
    sasartăk suddenly
    sasă voice, sound; vote; sasă chĕlĕhĕ vocal cords; sasă-chĕvĕ sound, noise, voice; sasăla to vote; sasălav poll
    sahal little, few, shallow
    sav to love
    savăn to be happy
    savăt container, holder
    sajra thin, sparse
    sămah word, speech; parable; sămahran for example
    sămsa nose
    săn exterior, appearance, face, form, shape
    săna to observe, notice
    sănav observation; attempt, try
    sănchăr chain, reins
    săpka cradle
    săra beer
    săran skin, hide
    sărt hill, mountain
    săvăr marmot
    săhmanlăh material for a caftan
    sekretar‘ (Russ. ) secretary
    sentjabr‘ (Russ.) September syn. avăn
    -seren suffix meaning ‘each, every‘ as kilseren every house, şulseren annually
    sehet watch; hour
    sĕm-tĕttĕm pitch-dark
    sĕr to grease, smear
    sĕt milk
    sĕtel table
    shalt quite, verj
    shan I to wither
    shan II to hope
    shanchăk hope
    shap-shură snow-white
    -shar suffix of numerals ‘each, per‘
    shartla to crackle
    shavla to rage, roar
    shahmat (Russ.) chess
    shăk urine
    shăl I tooth
    shăl II to wipe off, sweep; wash; shălăn to wipe oneself off
    shălt-shalt onomatopoetic words
    shămlăh wonder, strange
    shămatkun Saturday
    shăn to freeze
    shăna fly (insect)
    shănkăr-shănkăr onomatopoetic words
    shap same, equal, exact; shăplan to be the same
    shăp stillness, quiet shăplăh stillness, quiet
    shăpchăk nightingale
    shăr to piss, urinate
    shărat to melt, heat, smelt, pour
    shărşa pearl, bead
    shăshi mouse
    shăt to grow, spring up, burst out (as of wheat)
    shătăk hole, opening
    shătărtat to crack, to make cracking noise
    shăvar to water (animals), give water to
    shăhăr to whistle
    shăhlichĕ pipe, reed, flute
    -sher see -shar
    shevle flash of lightning
    shĕlkeme breast buckle on Chuvash native costume
    shĕnche for ăshĕnche ‘inside,‘ “in its inside“
    -shi particle: whether; Kam-shi ku Who is this One?
    shiklen to be afraid of, fear
    shyra to seek
    shyv water
    shkap (Russ.) case, cupboard, drawer
    shpal (Russ.) railroad ties
    shkul (Russ. ) school
    shpion (Russ.) spy, agent
    shu to creep, glide, move
    shultra great, large, big
    Shupashkar Cheboksary, capital of Chuvashia
    shur, shură white
    shut account, number, calculation; shutla to calculate
    shuhăsh opinion, thought; shuhăshla to be of the opinion, to think
    shujttan Satan, the devil
    sik to spring, leap, jump; sikkipe at a run; sikkele to shake, move, frolic, gambol; twinkle
    Silpi Silbi, name of the village in the poem Narspi
    simĕs green
    sir to remove, take awaj; sirĕl to shun, avoid; drift, disperse, go away
    sirĕn your (genitive of esir ‘jou‘)
    sis to feel, sense; sister- to make feel
    sivĕ cold, frost; sivvĕn coldly
    sijenlĕ harmful
    syltăm right
    syp to bind, join; sypăk joint; link; chapter
    syvă healthy
    syval to get well
    syvla to breathe; syvlăsh air, breath
    syhla to guard, watch, keep, observe
    -sker suffix, strengthens the preceding form or word, emphatic
    sochineni (Russ.) composition syn. hajlav
    sovet (Russ.) Soviet
    sovhoz (Russ.) sovkhoz, state farm
    srok (Russ.) time, time limit, deadline
    starik (Russ.) old man
    stat‘ja (Russ.) article (composition)
    storozh (Russ. ) watchman, guard
    scenă (Russ. ) stage (of theater)
    student (Russ.) student, at universitj level usuallj
    sudlash to have a trial at court
    sukkăr blind
    sulhăn coolness
    suntal anvil
    supăn‘ soap
    surăh sheep
    sut I sell; betray
    sut II (also sud) (Russ.) court (of justice)
    suha plow; suhala to plow
    suhal beard; suhallă bearded
    suj to lie (tell a falsehood)
    sujla to choose, select, elect; sujlav election
     to peel, flaj, strip
    sjezd (Russ. ) conference, congress, assembly

 
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