Keywords: senses, perfume, odor
|Part of Speech:||noun verb term|
|Forms:||waf, wafys, wafysyn|
|Glosses:||scent, smell, odor|
Waf is an Old Common word. As a noun is broadly refers to a scent, smell or odor - this Common word doesn't have the English "scent/smell" distinction. Wafysyn refers to scent in general. As a verb, it is a noxaj verb taking an absolutive smeller and a dative thing smelled. The modifier form "wafys" neutrally says that something has a discernable scent.