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It's collated from the RMS questionnaire off of

http://romani.humanities.manchester.ac.uk/rms/

I hope I get extra credits for advertising Yaron Matras' work :)

1	gypsy
2	friend
3	father
4	grandmother
5	witch
6	boy
7	girl
8	grandfather
9	woman
10	man
11	three people
12	horse
13	dog
14	puppy
15	cat
16	hen
17	animal
18	chicken
19	chickens
20	cow
21	the cow’s eyes
22	pig
23	the pig’s tail
24	bull
25	the wolf’s teeth
26	neck
27	lip
28	mouth
29	ear
30	hair
31	arm
32	arms
33	hand
34	finger
35	leg
36	foot
37	tongue
38	throat
39	eye
40	belly
41	stomach
42	soul
43	heart
44	breast
45	two breasts
46	day
47	time
48	winter
49	sky
50	star
51	moon
52	month
53	wind
54	sea
55	earth
56	dust
57	sand
58	water
59	rain
60	snow
61	wood
62	fire
63	tree
64	flower
65	egg
66	cheese
67	bacon
68	bread
69	cake
70	butter
71	oil
72	village
73	town
74	castle
75	prison
76	neighbourhood
77	bridge
78	grass
79	bed
80	table
81	tables
82	bench
83	chair
84	window
85	door
86	cart
87	carts
88	boat
89	word
90	song
91	name
92	work
93	thing
94	clothes
95	pocket
96	dress
97	ring
98	sword
99	boot
100	gold
101	light
102	end
103	God
104	mind
105	luck
106	live
107	buy
108	write
109	say
110	sing
111	kill
112	see
113	hear
114	understand
115	believe
116	speak
117	wash
118	lift
119	pull
120	push
121	guard
122	count
123	put
124	bring
125	throw
126	grab / hold
127	open
128	burn
129	cook
130	cut
131	do
132	love
133	want
134	beg
135	praise
136	find
137	meet
138	come
139	arrive / reach
140	wait
141	stay
142	leave something
143	laugh
144	scold
146	embrace
147	call
148	be called
149	deceive
150	pay
151	bad
152	bad
153	better
154	stupid
155	alive
156	clean
157	a little
158	now
159	long ago
160	today
161	tomorrow
162	yesterday
163	the day before yesterday
164	other
165	another
166	outside
167	in
168	in front
169	my
170	your
171	we
172	all (of us)
173	how much?
174	how many?
175	how many days?
176	back
177	wet, moist
178	direct
179	hot
180	long
181	high
182	short
183	small
184	white
185	soldier
186	jew
187	rabbit
188	the rabbit’s tail
189	wolf
190	sheep
191	the sheep’s wool
192	fur
193	skin
194	hide (animal skin)
195	finger nail
196	teardrop
197	weather
198	ice
199	apple tree
200	thorn
201	cabbage
202	flour
203	well
204	wedding
205	honour
206	bead
207	enough
208	the day after tomorrow
209	seven months
210	worm
211	flea
212	goose
213	goose feathers
214	knee
215	honey
216	wheat / rye

On 4 Mar 2011, at 18:37, MorphemeAddict wrote:

> I'd like to see the list too. Maybe the whole list membership would?
>
> stevo
>
> On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 10:57 AM, Samuel Stutter <
> [log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
>> It's 216 words / brief phrases. In fact, if you both do it I can  
>> claim I'm
>> being thorough. Should I send the list off-list (as it were)?
>>
>>
>> On 4 Mar 2011, at 15:32, Logan Kearsley wrote:
>>
>> On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 8:09 AM, Samuel Stutter
>>> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> [...]
>>>
>>>> 1st problem: although my knowledge of Finnish, Estonian, Swedish  
>>>> and
>>>> Latvian
>>>> are limited to say the least, I do have at my disposal a grammar  
>>>> and
>>>> dictionary for each. However, one dialect is sited in Karelia,  
>>>> right on
>>>> the
>>>> border with Finland and Russia, the area having been under a  
>>>> mixture of
>>>> Swedish and Russian control over the last half-millennia. I don't  
>>>> know
>>>> any
>>>> Russian and even if I were to pick up a grammar and dictionary I  
>>>> have 7
>>>> days
>>>> to learn the alphabet (as well as doing the rest of the project).
>>>> Does anyone have the Russian to be able to complete a wordlist in
>>>> something
>>>> resembling the Latin alphabet?
>>>>
>>>
>>> Depends on what words it's a list of. Do you have an English list  
>>> that
>>> you just need translated (or, glossed I suppose would be more
>>> accurate) and transliterated?
>>>
>>> Unless they're really obscure words, or the list is ridiculously  
>>> long,
>>> I can manage that.
>>>
>>> -l.
>>>
>>