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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by bbbourq » Sat 16 Dec 2017, 05:15

Lortho
Day 15:
  1. neilu [ˈneɪ.lu] (pl neilune)
    n. fem
    1. the fruit of the neilanu tree
    2. mulled wine made from the neilu only used in religious ceremonies during the winter solstice
  2. sokuri [so.ˈku.ɾi] (pl sokureni)
    n. masc
    1. idol; deity of another culture/religion
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by spanick » Sat 16 Dec 2017, 19:35

Proto-Naxveks

geyon /ge.jóːn/ “winter” f from PIE *ǵʰéyōm “winter”
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by KaiTheHomoSapien » Sat 16 Dec 2017, 20:49

^Yay! An IE-lang [:D]

15th:

lénkapas - "mango"

Mangoes don't grow natively in Manter. This word is a borrowing of the Tsuyek word lenkop, meaning mango. Tsuyek is spoken in Tsu-Im, the land across the sea from Manter. It's unrelated to Lihmelinyan. It's an agglutinating language characterized by a predominance of CV and CVC syllables.

16th:

sélkmi - "I reap"
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by Parlox » Sat 16 Dec 2017, 21:23

I think i'll catch up by posting around 20 words in Lozkazmat.

:con: Lozkazmat

Lam /lam/, gas. A noun.
Raj /ɹ̥aj/, cat. A noun.
Gr’oz /gɹɤz/, holiday. A noun.
P’aez /pʼaez/, produce. A noun.
Zqr’am /ʒɹam/, produce, make, create. A verb.
Oujan /ɵ̞jan/, woman. A noun.
Ajan /ajan/, man. A noun.
Közez /kozez/, little. An adjective.
Mor’z /mɤɹ/, big. An adjective.
Qafel /qaɸel/, alcohol. A noun.
Vek /βek/, dress. A verb.
Nalz /nalz/, fire. A noun.
Sacq /sat͡ʃ/, hot. An adjective.
Cqez /t͡ʃez/, cold. An adjective.
Vekez /vekez/, dress. A noun.
Cqors /t͡ʃɤɹ̥s/, swim. A verb.
Jeub /jəb/, tree. A noun.
P'beuz /pʼbəz/. clothes. A noun.
Jah /jah/, save. A verb.
  • :con: Cajun, a descendant of French spoken in Louisiana.
  • :con: Bàsupan, loosely inspired by Amharic.
  • :con: Oddúhath Claire, a fusion of Welsh and Arabic.
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by Tuyono » Sat 16 Dec 2017, 23:28

:con: Zhilaa Runju

Day 14
hekh /hex/ - (v.) to be stuck or unable to move

Day 15
tuung /tuːᵑg/ - (v.) to fear, to be scared

Day 16
shrukna /ˈʃruk.na/ - (n. inan) glass

Day 17
ulud /uˈlud/ - (v.) to dig (in the ground), to mine
:isr: (native) :eng: (fluent) :deu: (beginner)
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by shimobaatar » Sun 17 Dec 2017, 04:12

Wäjāpu (Day 16):

jān /xaːn/ (num.) six


Example:

Ning jān qwōṭcäm qmūcang.
ning jān qwōṭcäm qmūca-ng
1s.NOM six cat see-1s
I see six cats.
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by Lao Kou » Sun 17 Dec 2017, 09:27

Image Géarthnuns

7th - ngebalteloirhits [ˌŋɛbalˌtɛlojˈXɪts] n. mousepad

Chöi ngebalteloirhits sítet la tsaurith.
DEF mousepad-NOM my-NOM AUX.PRES fray
My mousepad is fraying.



8th - esma'ulanggírs [ˌɛsmaˌulaŋˈgiɾs] n. flashcard

Söb lé sauk esma'ulanggírsauch, öre chau jonggwauklatöirsaut shfé íe ba gvasef vazh.
3SG-NOM AUX.PAST INDEF.PL flashcard-ACC.PL, in.order.to DEF Chinese-ACC well-ADV more-AdADV PTCL learn buy
He bought some flashcards to better learn Chinese.
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by spanick » Sun 17 Dec 2017, 19:06

KaiTheHomoSapien wrote:
Sat 16 Dec 2017, 20:49
^Yay! An IE-lang [:D]
I’m glad someone is excited! :) New project I’m working on.


Proto-Naxveks

pexur /pé.xur/ “fire” n from PIE *péh₂wr̥
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by KaiTheHomoSapien » Mon 18 Dec 2017, 00:41

Well it looks great [:)]

17th

gūs - "fish"

rel. to gáumi - "I fish", all ultimately from the gag word "ghoti"
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by Shemtov » Mon 18 Dec 2017, 03:54

Day 16:
Proto-M̟oḩaic:
/ʒˤəjpʼ/ "Holiday"



Daa Sevǔihk:
Baǔhkii "Day"

Day 17:
Proto-M̟oḩaic:
/ɢɨdajθˤ/ "Night"



Daa Sevǔihk:
Htainne "Night"
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by shimobaatar » Mon 18 Dec 2017, 06:02

Wäjāpu (Day 17):

ṭim /t'im/ (num.) seven


Example:

Ning ṭim qwōṭcäm qmūcang.
ning ṭim qwōṭcäm qmūca-ng
1s.NOM seven cat see-1s
I see seven cats.
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by shimobaatar » Mon 18 Dec 2017, 06:04

Wäjāpu (Day 18):

hoši /hoɕi/ (num.) eight


Example:

Ning hoši qwōṭcäm qmūcang.
ning hoši qwōṭcäm qmūca-ng
1s.NOM eight cat see-1s
I see eight cats.

spanick wrote:
Sun 17 Dec 2017, 19:06
KaiTheHomoSapien wrote:
Sat 16 Dec 2017, 20:49
^Yay! An IE-lang [:D]
I’m glad someone is excited! :) New project I’m working on.

I agree with KaiTheHomoSapien. Looking good!
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by Iyionaku » Mon 18 Dec 2017, 07:10

Lexember 16th

pervasé [pəɾvɐˈseː] - agreement, convention

Etymology: pervasa (to agree upon something) + abstraction suffix -sé

Lexember 17th

scenda [ˈskendɐ] - to tan (animal's skin)

Etymology: from the Proto-Mendric root *scd (skin, dressing, to grow, to evolve), cognates include scelad (skin), secs (nail), secarúi (school), sceta (to tear apart), sceter (loot) and maybe even selia (to receive) and seta (to decide upon sth.)

Lexember 18th

muyapual [muːʃɐˈpuːɐl] - picnic, public breakfast

Irregular plural: muyabáun

Etymology: muya (to eat) + apua (to sit) + process suffix -al
Heaven and Earth, but I feel the color of the cake when you keep the Victoria.
I had a mantra on the moss and I had to go to bed.


Oh, and there is a [ɕ] in my name!
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by gestaltist » Mon 18 Dec 2017, 10:03

Lexember 16-18 - Nakarian

Some fun with minimal pairs:

taʕə - wooden plow
tahə - baobab tree
taχə - hemp
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by Lao Kou » Mon 18 Dec 2017, 14:54

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9th - lönadhaubs [ˌlønaˈðɔbs] n. merman
lönaíats [ˌlønaˈjats] n. mermaid

Içteshtanö chö knöibs gadib löit chü vwéöiksün tlörozh kfö lé ralípökh sho, söb lé tsügöknöz kfö chül rhíksüg sö lönadhaubsös zdérhobös auveu bat gnuzh zçefüth.
after DEF sailor-NOM young-NOM AUX.PASTPRF DEF storm-INSTR cast.overboard and AUX.PAST drown PTCL, 3SG-NOM AUX.PAST awaken and DEF.DUAL arm-INSTR.DUAL INDEF merman-GEN handsome-GEN quite-AdADJ PTCL-PRESPASS embrace find.onself
After the young sailor had been cast overboard by the storm and was drowning, he awoke to find himself in the embrace of a rather handsome merman.
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by Tuyono » Mon 18 Dec 2017, 20:00

:con: Zhilaa Runju

ecal /eˈcal/ - (n. inan) year(s)
:isr: (native) :eng: (fluent) :deu: (beginner)
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by spanick » Mon 18 Dec 2017, 20:09

spanick wrote:
Sun 17 Dec 2017, 19:06
KaiTheHomoSapien wrote:
Sat 16 Dec 2017, 20:49
^Yay! An IE-lang [:D]
I’m glad someone is excited! :) New project I’m working on.

I agree with KaiTheHomoSapien. Looking good!
Hey, thanks guys!

Proto-Naxveks

vitens /ʋi.téːns/ “wise” also used as a substantive meaning “wise one” m; from the present participle of vite- “to be wise” from PIE *weyd- “to see” plus the stative suffix *(Ø)-eh1ti.

xikter /xik.téːr/ “owner, master, lord” m; from PIE *h₂eyḱ- “to possess, to own” plus agentive suffix *(Ø)-tḗr
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by gestaltist » Mon 18 Dec 2017, 21:56

Lexember 18 - Nakarian

tâvaa - to sleep
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by Davush » Mon 18 Dec 2017, 22:25

Argh, I've missed quite a few days, but something is better than nothing. I've been messing around with possible writing systems for Qutrussan, so here are some writing related words.

sŭyórc-
'to write'
(probably the augmented form of *sɔrɔk- meaning 'to scratch, etch' or similar)

sŭyórcatam
'writing'

srócaithă
'writing instrument, stylus' (early writing used a stylus with a pointed and slightly curved end on clay)

simsha
clay (probably a loan word from pre-Qutrussan *zɽi:mɬ or similar)

gidzimsha
'writing tablet' (probably an amalgamation of gud- 'flat' and simsha 'clay')

Gidzimsham srócaithă thá/thaq sŭyórcŭn
I write on the tablet with a stylus

Sŭyórcatam s-Qutrus lusam yaḥ
The writing of the Qutrus is beautiful (lol)

Also
gestaltist wrote: taʕǝ
I like the word taʕǝ and its meaning a lot - with your permission, I might 'borrow' it into proto-Qutrussan as *ta:ʕa with a similar meaning... [:D]
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Re: Lexember 2017

Post by bbbourq » Tue 19 Dec 2017, 02:16

Lortho

Day 17:
  1. kosha [ˈko.ʃɑ]
    n. neut
    1. the self, oneself
Day 18:
  1. sholan (sholan-) [ʃo.ˈlɑn]
    v.t.
    1. to hang (smthg), suspend
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