Lexember 2016

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Boehijt » 04 Dec 2016 17:03

Óhxiixama (???)

December 4th

nása - to speak (as in speaking a language)
ohxenása - to speak Óhxiixama

Ohxenásang-akaa? - do you speak Óhxiixama?

Like all other words I've posted so far, this is only tentative. Made this up with DesEsseintes (who shamelessly stole my idea for what to post in this thread and who is also still 1 day behind!!)
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gestaltist wrote:se /ʃe/ = egg
Can't co-opt it. Can't steal it. Can't/don't want to tweak it in a lexicon thread. But I find /ʃe/ for "egg" totes kuhl. [:)]
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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by cedh » 04 Dec 2016 22:12

Lexember 3rd (Ronc Tyu):
yec táen sruo (svc.it.) ‘hesitate’; lit. ‘think, doubt, and wait’

Lexember 4th (Ronc Tyu):
sruo tsáo (svc.it.) ‘be patient, be resilient’; lit. ‘wait and be wise’

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Dezinaa » 05 Dec 2016 04:55

:con: Otvei - Day 4

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v. clean, clean up (a place), tidy

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Shemtov » 05 Dec 2016 08:13

Can I start on day 5 for Sawaan?
Day 1:
Ñiiko'aa
/ɲi:koʔa:/
"Living tuna"

Day 2:
Wantawii
/wantawi:/
"Raw tuna"

Day 3:
Ma'iima'ii
/maʔi:maʔi:/
"roasted tuna"

Day 4:
Hookang
/ho:kaŋ/
"Inedible dead tuna"

Day 5:
Paa'ipa'i
/pa:ʔipaʔi/
"wood purposed for building canoes"
Many children make up, or begin to make up, imaginary languages. I have been at it since I could write.
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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by gestaltist » 05 Dec 2016 09:45

Tisisito #5

hwas [xʷɑʃ~ʍɑʃ] = tail (also figuratively: following, procession, (human) behind; from proto-Tisisito *xʷasʲɨ)

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by PeteBleackley » 05 Dec 2016 10:53

5th Khangaþyagon word
havrin: (n) a person who barters services, especially a craftsman whose clients farm land on his behalf. (v) barter services
haveinont: bartering of services

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Ebon » 05 Dec 2016 11:36

Lexember 5th:

At'elas:

fseri /fseʁi/ - to make, to create, to produce
dšach [ʥax] - 2SG
ta /ta/ - conjunctiom for relative clauses of inanimate nouns

Dšach tel gselrila tirlahat ta le rewatin fserewa.
[ʥax tɛl gzɛlʁila tiʁlahat ta le rewatɪn fseʁewa]
2SG 1SG cooking_BEN use_PRES.ANIM CONJ DEF.ACC table_ACC make_PST.ANIM
You made the table I use to prepare meals.

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by MrKrov » 05 Dec 2016 12:22

Lexember '16 Entry 5
tɔf adj. hot; warm
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taf adj. young; youthful; immature

So forth.

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Lao Kou » 05 Dec 2016 12:25

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4th - üksanhírs [ˌy.ksanˈhiɾs] n. cheat/crib sheet, crib note

Chau afstírsauv, chau öinörs lé sau üksanhírsaut chí thrinatfoilsíb tíezbö Vilhensas zçírhef.
DEF test-LOC, DEF teacher-NOM AUX.PAST INDEF cheat.sheet-ACC DEF palm-POST in.the.cupped.hand.of William-GEN find
The teacher caught William with a cheat sheet in his hand during the test.
道可道,非常道
名可名,非常名

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Boehijt » 05 Dec 2016 16:45

Óhxiixama

December 5th

gáchi - grass

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by DesEsseintes » 05 Dec 2016 16:47

Lexember 4th

Híí Proper

chíwıþe n - grass

Beware: boehijt is planning to steal my prompt. Don't let him!
Edit: Oh no! He did so already!

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Iyionaku » 05 Dec 2016 19:31

5th Yélian word:

bélanor [ˈbɛlanɔɾ] - snowman (Southern Standard)
belaur [ˈbelaʊɾ] - snowman (Northern Standard)

Nouns of the animate class, Plural bélanoran/belauran, Collective bélanoró/belauró

Both words derive from bela - snow + the personal suffix -or, the older *bélaor has developed differently in certain dialects: The Southern Dialects have added an epenthetic -n-, while the Northern dialect has changed the hiatus to a diphtong. However, both words occur equally frequently all over the Yélian language area.

Southern Standard Example:

A'bélanor on'iyin yinakibulet viydre parcaspulvon on'ádamar.
[aˈbelanɔɾ ɔnˈiʃin ʃiˌnakiˈbulɛt va̯iːdrə ˈpaɾkɐsˌpʊlvɔn ɔnˈadamaɾ]

Nothern Standard Example:

A'belaur on'îyin yinakibulet liyd parcaspulvon on'ádamar.
[aˈbelaʊ̯ɾ ɔnˈiɕin ɕiˌnakiˈbulət la̯iːd‿ˈaɾkɐsˌpʊlvɔn ɔnˈadamɐɾ]

DEF.ANIM=snowman DEF.GEN=child-PL PST-melt-3SG because_of sun-warm DEF.GEN=spring
The children's snowman melted due to the warm spring sun.

Somehow my Yélian posts are way longer than the posts of other people. I hope I don't annoy anybody. :roll:
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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by DesEsseintes » 05 Dec 2016 19:47

Lexember 5th

Híí Proper

óþıwıþ vai. - to sleep
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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Iyionaku » 05 Dec 2016 19:54

5th Paatherye word:

लेप​ lepa - mouth

from PIE *leb- (lip)

Noun table:
Spoiler:
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Example sentence:

नेनौव्वि धीगैष​, नयेड़ षै ठोरिमे ईरैव्व लेपेण?
Neneyvi dhigayșa, nayer șay thērime īrayva lepen?

[neˈnei̯vi θiˈɣai̯ʃa, ˈnajer ʒai̯ ˈtʰeːrime iːˈrai̯va ˈlepen]
1SG.POSS.PL.VOC daughter.PL.VOC, NEG.COND.2PL.FEM 2PL.FEM.NOM close.INF 2PL.FEM.POSS.PL.ACC lip.PL.ACC
My daughters, can't you just close your mouths?
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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Dezinaa » 06 Dec 2016 00:26

:con: Otvei - Day 5

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vel
[vɛɬ]
n. house

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by qwed117 » 06 Dec 2016 03:01

:it-sa: Day 5, 6, 7

nadighipuntziùdu - slender with pointy buttocks
narunfiadu - relating to a swollen nose
peddhe - skin
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My minicity is Zyphrazia and Novland
What is made of man will crumble away.

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Shemtov » 06 Dec 2016 07:01

Sawaan Day 6:
Piitaati
"Boiled tuna"
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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Boehijt » 06 Dec 2016 07:51

Óhxiixama

December 6th

tsúmu - to walk
óhpoosa - the color blue

Futhermore,
Boehijt wrote:December 5th

gáchi - grass
From now on, this will also have the meaning of 'the color green'. Both gáchi and óhpoosa can be incorporated into nísoo - to be colored:

ohpoonísoo - to be blue
gachanísoo - to be green
Iyionaku wrote: लेप​ lepa - mouth
Very nice!

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Sglod » 06 Dec 2016 10:10

I'm a bit late to this party... But who cares?

Gojxla

Day 1:

kalo /ˈkalɔ/ dog
mera /ˈmɛɾa/ apple
dan /dan/ to give

Pokalos imjaras dangkxun
po-kalo-s i-me<ja>ra-s da<ni-kxu>n
BEN-dog-DEF ACC-apple<PL>-PL-DEF give<1s-HAB>
I give the dog apples

Day 2:

axem /ˈaʃɛm/ leg
kiram /ˈkiram/ to walk
ter /tɛɾ/ to eat

Mejajxemis kalos kilkxuram
me-(j)a<ja>xem kalo-s ki<li-kxu>ram
INS-leg<PL>-DEF dog-DEF walk<3s-HAB>


Day 3:
kitil /'kitil/ meat, flesh, tissue
fœr /fɞɾ/ sheet, page, piece (of paper, etc), slice
lhit /ɬit/ person, human

Kalos ifœrkitil telin
kalo-s i-fœr-kitil te<li>n
dog-DEF ACC-slice-meat eat<3s>
The dog is eating a slice of meat

Day 4:
lhikkitil /ɬik'kitil/ human meat, flesh, tissue
kalkitil /kal'kitil/ dog " "
nimi /'nimi/ to sleep

Ngukalos ningnakxumi
ngu-kalo-s ni<ni-na-kxu>mi
COM-dog-DEF sleep<1s-PST-HAB>
I used to sleep with the dog

Day 5:
goru /ˈgɔɾʉ/ big, large
sati /'sati/ little, small
nir /nir/ good, approved

Igorus poni dathkin
goru-s po-ni da<di-ki>n
ACC-big-DEF BEN-1s give<2s-IMP>
Give me the big one

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by PeteBleackley » 06 Dec 2016 10:17

6th Khangaþyagon word
kerun: barter goods
kerunont: bartering of goods

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