The following dictionary entries are tagged movement:
alaksé, v. To dip the head indicating yes or acceptance.
alañgé, v. To go down, to descend.
alañgre, n. Weight; downward pull.
albedé, v. To be idle; to not flow; to have no work or inspiration; to be dried up (of a river).
alenzegé, v. To evacuate.
alestitré, v. To boycott or snub.
alíegé, v. To leave; to abandon.
alígé, v. To flee, to run away, to retreat.
alísogé, v. To chase or hunt, especially with the intent of capturing or harming.
alkúé, v. To do something very precisely and carefully.
alonegé, v. To exit.
althoigé, v. To cross; to go across.
alúé, v. To jump.
alyé, v. To wait (for someone or something expected).
apogé, v. To enter.
avôkúé, v. To charge into battle.
avôlu, n. Speed.
azagé, v. To lower.
bedé, v. To flow; to water; to release a flow.
bedzúsu, n. Region of highest activity; thick.
bepté, v. To dribble or drip.
bezemeia, n. Source (of a flow).
bostelé, v. To walk pridefully; to strut.
demnu, n. Pose, position.
dosé, v. To circle; to orbit.
dúpé, v. To fall.
duté, v. To make a thudding sound.
egé, v. To leave.
empré, v. To sink or fall.
epsaré, v. To trigger.
erlizahé, v. To shift or squirm in response to emotional discomfort or excitement.
etanlé, v. To withhold.
flazré, v. To poke, especially to provoke a response.
floé, v. To arc, toss, throw, or cause to round a corner in a wide curve.
flovaté, v. To catch something thrown; to terminate an arc; to understand an idea not carefully expressed.
flovipúé, v. To throw.
flúsé, v. To tilt or lean.
fôbahé, v. To evade.
gé, v. To move.
gekhté, v. To flow.
gekhtu, n. Flow; the shape of movement.
gembúré, v. (a) To crush (physically); (b) (from gembé) to harm with promises.
genalí, a. Instant.
genaru, n. Route traveled; path taken.
ghaité, v. To carry.
glaté, v. To swim.
glatezu, n. Swimmer.
glostahé, v. To march; to parade.
glosté, v. To march; to parade; to escort (transitive).
híazé, v. To stretch.
híazesso, n. The feeling of being tugged on or stretched.
híeflúsé, v. To lean sideways, especially in confusion.
howu, n. Movement.
íañgé, v. To go up, to ascend.
ibegé, v. To swim.
iku (2), n. Way; approach; style; method; trajectory; course.
kalamipé, v. To shove, to knock down, to push down.
kebedé, v. To rush, surge, or flow violently.
keblé, v. To stagger, stumble, or walk clumsily.
kedlizahé, v. To shift or squirm uncomfortably in response to physical discomfort such as an itch.
ketabazu, n. Nomad.
ketablé, v. To wander.
kewalí, a. Slow.
khôpahé, v. To avoid.
khoské, v. To turn the head indicating no or negativity.
koissaremé, v. To take refuge or hide.
koissezarlemé, v. To take refuge; to stow away; to steal shelter; to squat.
kyeré, v. To rub.
legé, v. To lead or guide.
lezeksé, v. To lift the head indicating confidence or agreement.
lezgé, v. To lift.
lizé, v. To shift or move slightly.
lúrebé, v. To transfer something.
lúthogé, v. To transfer oneself; to move between.
maré, v. To bring.
maru, n. Goal, objective.
maté, v. To join, connect, intersect, meet with, etc.
miplúé, v. To bounce.
mokyeré, v. To irritate.
nabedé, v. To jam; to cease flowing due to blockage; to get stuck.
nairezyé, v. To skim along an edge.
nazgé, v. To pull.
nazgru, n. Pull-strength.
neptegé, v. To follow.
neptwizé, v. To drive or otherwise guide from behind.
nosétrômnaité, v. To slip; to commit a solecism.
nostelé, v. To stumble.
ogé, v. To come.
opré, v. To rise.
opreka, n. Trained flyer.
sanahé, v. To come, to approach.
sané, v. To bring closer.
sartigé, v. To tug gently, especially to encourage someone to follow in a specified direction.
shúkogé, v. To evaporate or boil.
shúlegé, v. To pilot a large flying vehicle or a group of fliers in formation.
shúmaré, v. To ride the wind.
shúmegé, v. To fly, or to pilot a small shuttle or fighter craft.
símaré, v. To ride.
simfaré, v. To ride.