1. adverb of manner Well, correctly. Example: Ous stuggants façeiren oul’eixam bain, the students did well in the exam.
2. masculine noun Good (as in good and evil).
Etymology: From Latin bene.
1. concessive conjunction Although. Example: Bain qwe ill eh inferm, ill venaré hogge, although he is ill, he’ll come today.
1. conditional conjunction If, in case.
Etymology: From Latin si.
2. adverb of affirmation Yes.
Etymology: From Latin sic.
1. concessive conjunction Although. Example: Si bain ill hast façat grãns progreixes, tuvïe nõn hast ou nivell sufizant, although he has made a great improvement, he is not up to the standard yet.
1. interrogative and exclamative pronoun How. Example: Com apelles-ti?, What’s your name? (literally: how do you call yourself?
2. causal conjunction As, because, since. Example: Com s’hawabe pluggat, a strata esabe moixata, as it had rained, the street was wet.
3. adverb of manner Like, as. Example: Faça-ou com tu volles, do it as you wish.
Etymology: From Latin quomodo.
2. conditional conjunction If, in case. Example: Com qwe nõ manngges-ti ou plat de lentellas, esarés castigat, if you don’t eat the dish of lentils, you’ll be punished.
1. adverb of manner Fast, quickly.
Etymology: From ràpida, feminine of ràpid, plus derivative suffix -ment (1).
1. adjective Bad.
2. adverb of manner Badly, poorly.
3. masculine noun Evil, harm.
Etymology: From Latin malus.
1. participle See segre.
2. adjective Continuous, non-stop.
Etymology: From seg-, stem of segre, plus derivative suffix -at.
1. adverb of manner Continuous tense marker, equivalent to the English -ing. Example: Se plugge de segat, it is raining.