CAVESPEAK: 
A DICTIONARY OF CAVESE

Archaeo-cinemalinguistic researchers have collected evidence of primitive language(s) used by the tribes of One Million BC, Valley of the Dragons, One Million Years B.C., When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth, and Caveman. The results of their labors are recorded here. No attempt has been made to distinguish different tribal languages; hence the redundancy in some cases of key cave-living concepts.


akita -- come / help. 
alunda -- love. 
araka -- fire. 
bato -- be careful / beware. 
bolu -- friend. 
boondo de bincha -- alcohol. 
chok -- find. 
dabo -- bird. 
daka -- fight. 
eeya! -- help! / emergency! 
f'sure -- for sure / certainly / undoubtedly / absolutely. 
gom -- man/male. 
gonna -- face. 
gonna-maka-zook -- good-looking. 
gonta -- go / leave. 
gu -- in / into. 
gu-tawa -- cave / home. 
kaza -- magic thing. 
keega -- anima / beast. 
kuda -- come / come out / come along. 
kuno -- volcano. 
lom -- woman / female. 
lom-gom -- sissy / wimp. 
loola -- like / attracted to. 
macha -- dinosaur. 
maka -- big / great / much / very. 
maka-daka -- kill. 
maka-keega -- big dinosaur. 
maka-loola -- love. 
maka-neh-zook -- terrible / awful. 
maka-zook -- wonderful / great. 
meeka -- small / less. 
necro -- death. 
neecha -- predator / dino. 
neh-bolu -- foe / enemy / opponent. 
neh-gonta -- stay / remain. 
neh -- no / negative. 
neh-soku -- dead. 
neh-unk -- cold. 
neh-zook -- bad. 
nie-keega -- pet / trained animal. 
nie -- tame / nice / docile. 
ool -- food. 
om -- person. 
oosha -- important. 
oosha -- rule / lead. 
oossha-gom -- chief (male). 
oossha-lom -- chief (female). 
owee -- hurt / wound / bruise / pain. 
pooka -- an ouch / a wound rendering one a goner. 
reeda -- food. 
reeshi -- water. 
shashi -- stone. 
soku -- alive. 
sonta -- come / come here. 
tawa -- hill / mountain. 
tooka-tooka -- sex. 
unk -- hot / fire. 
unk-owa -- explode / erupt / bang! 
unk-tawa -- volcano. 
vincha -- bear. 
wooza-gom -- medicine man. 
wooza -- medicine / cure / heal. 
yama-gonta -- run away. 
yama -- run. 
yeh -- yes / positive. 
yumma -- eat / food / feed. 
zeep -- fast / swift. 
zook -- good. 
zozzz -- sleep. 
zug-zug -- sexual intercourse. 


Practice translating the following sentences:

1) "Akita! Akita!"

2) "Tala alunda Atouk. Atouk zug-zug Tala?" "No, Atouk zug-zug Lana."

3) "Oog?" "Oog macha ool."


Answers:

1) "Come! Come!"

2) "Tala loves Ringo. Ringo will have sexual intercourse with Tala?" "No, Ringo wishes to have sexual intercourse with Lana."

3) "Has Oog returned with the rest of you?" "No, Oog has become dinosaur food."


Dino-Source