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Ton of words, seriously.
DropthestarsDate: Tuesday, 18 Feb 2014, 0:48 AM | Message # 1
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Okay, I'm sorry I'm not following the rules to the letter here, but hopefully the volume of words here will make a difference.

Abide – V
To continue in a
place for a significant amount of time – fok’ɪm
                To
comply without objection – k’ok’ɐl
                To
indefinitely remain in the same state – k’umr
Ablaze – adj
                Bright
– ɬuɹit
Able-bodied – adj
                Healthy
– stɛlɪʃ
Aberration – n
    Insanity – porulɛk
Abet – v
                To
cause the development – incite –tonun
                To
provide what is useful or necessary – help – tʃo
Abettor – n
                Accomplice
– sɐp’onun
                Ally – sɐp’ɬugɛb
Abeyance – n
                A state
of temporary inactivity – uhɑɹʍo
Abhor – v
                To
dislike strongly – θaʃo
Abhorrence – n
                Something
/ someone that is hated – ðaʒonɑk’
                Very
strong dislike – ðɑʒub’
Abhorrent – adj
                Offensive
– ðɑʒubtɹi
Abnegate – v
                Renounce
or refuse formally -ɛfoɹnil
Abnegate – n
                ɛfoɹoɬ
Abnormal – adj
                Being
out of the ordinary – exceptional - ɔzuɹonʃ
                Departing
from an accepted standard – deviant - ʃɪʒaʔɹal
Abnormality – n
    A person, thing or event that isnot normal – freak - ʃɪsot
Abort – v
    To put an end to – cancel – loɹɪʒupli

Abortive – adj
    Producing no results – futile – aɹk’ofuʃ
Abounding – adj
    Possessing or covered with greatnumbers or amounts of something specified – rife – ṱiɹolɛl
About – adv
    Very close to but not completely –almost – tuʔfɹo
Abrade – v
                To
damage or diminish by continued friction – faʃiso
                To make
sore by continued rubbing – faʃdɪɬ
                To
damage by rubbing against a sharp surface – faʃgɹo
Abreast – adj
                Having
information especially as a result of study or experience - ɛjdam
Abridge – v
                To make
less in extent or duration - ʃɔk’ɪd
Abridgment – n
                A shortened
version of a written work - ʃɔk’woʒ
Abrupt – adj
                Being
or characterized by direct, brief, and potentially rude speech or manner –
blunt – uðɐð
                Having
an incline approaching the perpendicular – steep – kinugɔ
Abruptly – adv
                With
great suddenness – short – ofuðɐð
Abscond – v
                To get
free from a dangerous or confining situation – alonɪʃuʃ
Absence – n
    A state of being without somethingnecessary or useful – need – ɹuʍo
    The lack or state of being absent –lack

Absent – adj
    Not at a certain place/time – fonçu
    Not present or in evidence – fonçɛl

Regeneration sickness – n
                Onɑvriʃ
Regeneration cycle – n
                Kozonɑvɑlhiz
Hide - v
Hiɹəʃ
Ice – n
                ʍɑpka
Frost – n
                ʍɑzunɪ
Freeze – v
                ʍɑʃ
freezing – adj
                waɹij
Boil – v
                ɐθɐlkɑ
Scald – v
                Kɐlkɑθuɹ
Steam – n
                Kɐlɐɹ
Gas – n
                ɐɹuɬa
Solid – n
                ʍɑluluʃ
Plasma –n
                Hɑtɹiʃ
Scorch – v
Aθuɹzav
Sugar – n
                Stoɹiz
Salt – n
                Hɔluʃ
Sweet – adj
Stoɹozi
Sour – adj
                Gɹɛnav
Bitter – adj
                Sorofoj
Root (of a plant) – n
                Həʃiɹ
Wood – n
                ɐʃʔɛja
To break – v
                K’oɹnis
Break –n
                Lik’oɹnɪs
Break (from work) – n
                Gɐṱok
To take a break – v
                Gɐṱɹi
Brake – v
                Θiɹɪl
Brakes – n
                Θiɹɪk’
Noise – n
                ɛrɛnvɛl
To make a noise – v
ɛrɛnkovɪs
Crack – n
                Fɛjɹovɪn
To crack – v
                Fɛjɹo
Ash – n
                ɐzum
Dirt – n
                Fɹɛjn
Soil – n
                Fɹɛjmɪn
Mud – n
                K’ɹɛjm
Magma – n
                Tap’ʒɛp
Lava – n
                Tapʒɛpok’
Volcano – n
                ɹələθ
Erupt – v
                Vidɹə
Gap –n
                Fɹɛjzav
Canyon – n
                ɹok’o
Valley – n
                ɐðɹok’
Tomb – n
                Talṱɛj
Crap – interj
                bosun
Asylum – n
                porulɛj
Mercy –n
                Fonalɛk’
Bell – n
                Joʔjo
To ring (as a bell) – v
                Jojɛrɛ
 
LicoricePleaseDate: Sunday, 30 Mar 2014, 1:21 AM | Message # 2
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Thank you! I'll add these in.

 
NorWinDate: Saturday, 13 Feb 2016, 11:37 AM | Message # 3
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I have added all of these to CWS except for a few that already had an identical English meaning. Should we assign a new meaning to them, or add them as dialectal variants? The words that I did not add were: 
freeze ʍɑʃ 
break (from work) gɐt̪ok  (and gɐt̪ɹi, to take a break)
dirt fɹɛjn
soil fɹɛjmɪn
 
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