annītte

anniitte

annītte

the quality of being fried. This word describes something that has been fried in oil. Since this is a stative noun, it agrees with the noun it modifies even when that noun is not present.

anpÄ“Å‹Å‹i annÄ«tti ‘fried potatoes’
annÄ«tti ‘fries’

ancō and anracō

ancoo

ancō

of food, having salt (NaCl) added to it, salted.

anracoo

anracō

of any substance, having a quantity of salt (NaCl and others); tasting brackish or salty.

For example, anhāri anracōi is ‘salt water’ as opposed to fresh water, and annāmmi ancōi is ‘salted water’ for swishing around one’s mouth when one has a toothache or a sore.