Sasquatch Dictionary of the Language of the ancient Species of Urkundun or Bigfoot

Urkundun (Sasquatch) 
Dictionary
afangar — “wandering about in a contemplative mood”
—- from Icelandic epic
Afognak — island near Alaska
among — in the middle of
ana — up
ananas — pineappple
Anastas — [male name]
Anton — [male name]
arf — if
aroma — smell
ashram — village

Bandung — place in Indonesia
barf — vomit
barka — boat
Bogdan — [male name]
bohunk — nonconformist
bono — good
brat — brother
Brodgar, Ring of — a circle henge in the Orkneys
bumaga — paper
Burana — [Carmina]
bursa — bag
busu (Japanese) — ugly

casa — house
cohort — group, band

dag — day
dagphos — daylight
davno — long ago
Dagmar — [a female name]
Darpa — [a female name]
dobro — good
dodo — a kind of bird
dogovor — agreement
doko — where (from Japanese)
domus — home
doroga — road
dort — there
Dufur — place in Oregon
dum — while

dumus — thorn-bush, thicket
from Latin “dumus, dumi,” thorn-bush, thicket,
http://www.latin-dictionary.net/definition/18530/dumus-dumi
as in the “communal nest spider”,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stegodyphus

Durga — Hindu goddess, believed to have the power to fulfill wishes

Frovarp — [male name]
fruo — enjoy
fud — fear
futhark — Rune ABC’s, seven letters

gato (southern dialect) — cat
gatun — lake
gaza — treasure
gonzo —
gorazdo — considerably
gorp — food
gosudarstvo — government
grok — drink (water); understand totally
guff — nonsense
gumbo — soup?
Gundar — [male name]
guru — teacher
gusto — taste
gutta — water-drop

Hapuna — beach in Hawaii
Haugtussa — cycle of songs by Edvard Grieg
havok — trouble
hobo — tramp
Hodag — Wisconsin monster
hodos — way
hokum — deception
homo — human being

Hrothgar — King Hrothgar in Beowulf and in the works of J.R.R. Tolkien. Hrothgar had mead-hall Heorot.

hummus — bean paste
humus — earth, dirt
Hurakan — god of thunder of the Carib Indians of the West Indies
—-
hutong — alley

kahuna — king
kappa (Japanese) — water imp; a river goblin
karma — fate
karman — pouch; pocket
kata — down
kochka (northern dialect) — cat
koto — who?
krov — blood
kugar — wildcat
kunak — life-and-death friend (in Caucasus)

madrassa —
Magda — [a female name]
makar — happy, blessed
mano — hand (in combat)
maru — sea
masarap — tasty
Mashgara — town in Lebanon
mastodon — elephant
mazurka — worm
moksha — salvation (in India)
monsun — great rain
morf (verb) — to change
Mumtaz — [female name]
munch — eat
muzh — mate (husband)

nada — nothing
nauka — science
navaho —
nazad (adverb) — back
no — but
noch — night
Nora — [female name]
novo — new
nozh — knife
Nu Shu — a secret women’s language in Hunan Province, China
—- consisting of 700 to 1000 characters
nuzhno — necessary
nunca — never
nupta — bride

odnako — however
okno — window
Omak — town in NE Washington state
onus — burden
opasno — dangerous
orangutang — an animal
ot — from
otkuda — whence; from where
ovo — egg

pan — all
parka — coat
podunk — village; swamp
—- from Indian word for “where there is a sinking”
poa — bluegrass
pondus — weight
pratum — meadow
pravda — truth
pruno — wine
pudu — smallest member of the deer family, rabbit-size, in Chile
putonghua (Chinese) — Mandarin (“the common language”)

quaff — drink

rad — glad
radost — joy
Ragnar — [male name]
ragu — soup
ravno — equal
razgovor — conversation
rhubarb — an edible plant
robko — timid
Robostan — the country of robots
ruckus — disturbance
ruka — hand

sabrosura (Spanish) — flavor
Sabu — [male name]
saga — story, legend
Sagarmatha — Nepalese name for Mount Everest
—- [Tibetan name is Chomolungma]
saguaro — cactus
sakura — blossom
sambar — a large deer of India
Samoa — an island
samovar — stove
sampan — boat
sarhan — poetic Arabic word for “lion”
sarong — item of clothing
sasa — bamboo
satchmo — musician
satrap — ruler
shahar (Arabic) — nighthawk
shaman —
Shasta — [female name]
shofar — trumpet, horn
shto — what
shudra — Hindu word for “untouchable”
Shuksan — mountain near Bellingham WA USA
shum — noise
—- Og akouo shum.

Shuswap — fishing tribe in British Columbia, Canada
skazka — fairy tale
snark — disdain
snova — again
sobaka — dog
—- Og akouo una sobaka.

soda —
sopa — soup?
soror — sister
sort — luck
spa — rest-place; retreat
staro — old
starushka — old female
strakh — terror
sub — under
sudoku — puzzle
suka — female dog
Sumatra —
surf — waves
susto — loss of the soul (psychiatric disorder in Latin America)
sutra —

Tamara — [female name]
Thuban — Alpha Draconis, the pole star ~3000 B.C.
to, ta — the
todo — all (whole)
togda — then (in the past)
tokonoma — a niche used to display decorative objects
Topanga — canyon in Los Angeles CA USA
tortuga —
torvo — crazy
toss — throw
tum — then (in the future)
tuna — a kind of fish
tundra — cold earth
tungara — frog in Panama
Tunguska —
turf — ground

ubor — over
ubuntu —
Udambara (Sanscrit) — imaginary plant, bears flowers every 3,000 years
und — and
unda — wave
Urdu — a language
Urkundun — Sasquatch (Bigfoot)
utro — morning
uzhasno — terrible

vagabond — wanderer
varhud — truth
vdrug — suddenly
vo — in
voda — water
vostok — East
vozrast — growth; size
vrach — healer
vrag — enemy
vudu — magic; sorcery

wampum — money
Watonga — place in Oklahoma

zagadka — riddle
zapad — West
zdorov — healthy


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Resources

Edmonds Arts Commission
“Sasquatch Sightings”

Words from “A Clockwork Orange”.

Return to top; or to
Sasquatch Sightings: Imagined and True
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/096185300X
http://www.reddit.com/r/bigfoot

ENGLISH – URKUNDUN DICTIONARY 

blood — krov
coat — parka
food — gorp
sea — maru
story — saga

Samples of Sasquatch sentences


Hrothgar munchtat gorp.
Gorp morttat Hrothgar.
Kur Hrothgar munchtat gorp?
Du und og sumus drugos.
Drugos nunca hurto drugos.

Arf og budogan kahuna…
If I were king…

Koto sta Andru?
Who is Andru?
Andru sta un robot.
Andru is a robot.


og — I

du — you (singular)

on — he

ona — she

ono — it

mu — we

vu — you (plural)

zu — they

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C# Software Developer, Father, and seeker of Truth.

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