gismu mnemonics

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The English gismu list has mnemonics for some of the gismu, but not all. The following list is for mnemonics that don't occur in the gismu list, and mnemonics for other languages than English.

There are quite a few gismu which have a similarity to Hebrew because of its similarity to Arabic.

bakni
bakar Arabic: bakar Chinese: niu Hung.: bika
cando
"Idle? I can do that!"
catra
katal (Hebrew) Arabic: katal Chin.: sha Span.: matar
ciska
katav (Hebrew) Arabic: katab Chin.: xie
cmene
cem (Hebrew)
dakli
sak (Hebrew) Arabic:zakib (Not sure if this is actually related or just a coincidence) Hebrew's related to Germ./Engl.: sack
janco
"January gives you the cold shoulder."
jarco
"Let me show you what's in the jar."
jbini
bein (Hebrew) Arabic: bin
jenmi
enemy
jivna
mannjevning (Norwegian)
jukni
djuk (Hebrew) This is a loanword from Russian, isn't it? Why isn't the Russian clue "juk"?
kanro
A healthy person can row for a long time.
krixa
krichat' (Russian)
kurki
gorki (Russian)
matne
manteiga (Portuguese)
nanba
naan (Hindi, Farsi)
pruxi
ruach (Hebrew) related to the Arabic
sanmi
taam (Hebrew) Arabic: taam
tinsa
tense
toknu
tanur (Hebrew) is this related to the Hindi "tandur"?
vajni
vazhny (Russian)
vensa
vesna (Russian)
xamsi
iam (Hebrew) Arabic: iam
xasli
xamor (Hebrew) Arabic: ximur
xatra
mixtav (Hebrew) Arabic: xitab

Reorganized into alphabetical order. It was time.