New project mini 'bush that yields berries'Frislander wrote:Next: mini "berry"
Next: nla·k 'slow, impede'
2017-03-03 su·wɛp 'profound, earth-shattering'Lao Kou wrote:Next: zçüveb [ˈʑyvɛb] adj. profound, recondite, deep
napíauts [naˈpjɔts] n. slip of the tongue, Freudian slipLinguifex wrote:Next: na·pyɔ· (can be just about any part of speech, really)
Proto-Atsiq(this is a collaborative language project I take part in on CWS):Lao Kou wrote:Next: ríelets [ˈɾjɛlɛts] a fried dough thang, like a beignet or doughnut, but savory
(a rosemary doughnut as an afterschool snack? I would so totally do that! (and will impose it henceforth on my conculture ) (put the Nutella away)
Proto-Dujajikiswə *puya /puja/ 'oil, sap'[/quote]k1234567890y wrote:Next(from Proto-Atsiq):
keki [ˈke.ci] v. class-II "wreck, ruin"Linguifex wrote:Next: *kij /kitʲ/ 'ruin, wreck, destroy'
Proto-Dujajikiswə *nɛnte [nɛnte] 'bend, turn, wrap' (+ reflexive, 'curl')Frislander wrote:Next:
nente /nen.te/ v. class-II "wrap, curl (with reflexive)".
Proto-Nyar Toler Kyana zjo B kand D 'affirm, make an affirmative gesture' (the capital letters are tones)Lao Kou wrote:Next: zçökazh [ʑøˈkaʒ] vi. nod in agreement
tröiks [tɾøjks] n. "county seat" (whatever the administrative level below "province" will be called (as yet to be determined: will it be a county? a 縣/县? a 郡?, "tröiks" refers to the city/town/place where most of that level of stuff is carried out, so "county seat", the clunky Chinese 郡政府所在地, or slightly better Japanese 郡庁所在地; I also found Chinese 县官 (county magistrate's) and 县城 (county city), which are pithier by far.) (Oh, and being Géarthtörs, its inhabitants would divvy the seven provinces up and force a metaphorical size 9 foot into a size 7 shoe to make the counties work out, whether in reality or folklore; it's just a thing they do. )Linguifex wrote:Next: *tɾjuj C 'head; seven'
You are entertaining, brother Kou!Lao Kou wrote:We'll just have to see how it plays out. Géarthtörs is a very vague place, hidden in the mists of geography and history (which probably helped in their not getting engulfed by/absorbed into all those neighboring empires), simply because conlanging, for me, captivates more than conworlding. There are some monetary terms, some administrative terms, some names of place(s), and certainly some royalty titles/kinship terms, but, meh, there's no rush. (And the learning curve on designing currency, postage, passports, and railroad and subway maps quite simply boggles my feeble mind).
Always reaffirming , thank you. As Shecky Lao Kou, I'm still available in the Borscht Belt for weddings and bar mitvahs. Book now.DesEsseintes wrote:Just thought I'd mention that cos I haven't in a while.
vrautöiz [vɾɔˈtøjz] vt. pour ceremoniously (as in a tea ceremony; a wine steward/sommelier serving wine at table)Linguifex wrote:Next: *βɾɔ C tɔj C 'brew, prepare (drink)'
Proto-Tasarian ki̯ulsa "Vinegar"Lao Kou wrote:
Next: chüls [tʃyls] n. acid
Proto-Tasarian Gi̯oras "wise"Lao Kou wrote:kförtans [kføɾˈtãs] n. path made of (flag)stonesShemtov wrote:Next: kʰr̩tam "stone"
Next: ngagíörs [ŋaˈgjøɾs] n. wisdom