Lexember 2016

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by gestaltist » 16 Dec 2016 09:53

DesEsseintes wrote:Hii Proper

Lexember 11th

nóó interj. - yes; I understand, I see

Lexember 12th

éhkeh/éhhkeh interj. - no
I love these!

Tisisito #16

sine [ʃine] = wind (from proto-Tisisito *sʲɨmʲɨ)

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Lao Kou » 16 Dec 2016 11:59

Image Géarthnuns

16th - burans [buˈɾãs] n. magnolia

Fenfe la, gü Fíld Salíbauths lé chí malsív cha sfébödínsav «Chak Buransap chü Bdongiksün»-latsöis spuna'u mbé haubashadukh sho, hödvírnaz?
2SG-NOM.NEG AUX.PRES, CONJ Sally.Field-NOM AUX.PRES DEF scene-LOC DEF cemetery-LOC «DEF.PL magnolia-NOM.PL DEF steel-INSTR»-GEN little-ADV unfortunately-ADV overact-SPEC PTCL, find-INTERR
Do(n't) you find that Sally Field overacted a bit in the cemetery scene in Steel Magnolias?
道可道,非常道
名可名,非常名

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Frislander » 16 Dec 2016 15:42

:con: Aikuu Lexember náásiu náásiu náásiu kirií and náásiu náásiu náásiu náásiu

kuni (n) sister, female cousin andkutu (n) brother, male cousin

núhúnásai kutu kuni auku ahari
1-want-TRA brother sister CONJ-NOM numerous
I wish I had many brothers and sisters

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Boehijt » 16 Dec 2016 16:32

Óhxiixama

December 16th

chínisaama – hands
oonoo·íi - to have (as in qualities, not possession)
oonoo·yáa - past of oonoo·íi
enpáana - to be big, large
waan·shíami - to make a mistake

Oonoopaachinisaamíi. - I have large hands.
Entesoonohpoobaayáasaʼ waansháami. - I thought you had green eyes.

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Shemtov » 16 Dec 2016 21:09

Lexember 16, Sawaan:
Tawiin
"to be bitter"
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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by MrKrov » 16 Dec 2016 21:43

Lexember '16 Entry 16:
jaːð̥ n. face; representative
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jaːð̥b̥ɪl n. raccoon (procyon lotor)

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by DesEsseintes » 17 Dec 2016 02:54

Lexember 13th

Híí Proper

oobóóchtłeh n. - the sun

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Odkidstr » 17 Dec 2016 03:16

Lexember 16th

Odki


Korttitid > Korttid - Forget v
[koɾ.ʈi.tid] & [koɾ.ʈid]

The first is the proper pronunciation, with the second being the common pronunciation (who vs whom).

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by elemtilas » 17 Dec 2016 04:31

Lexember 1 through 15.

This year, like last, is all Queranaran. Since I've been making pictures for most of the days' words, I thought I'd put them in Snippets as well.

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Dezinaa » 17 Dec 2016 05:43

Otvei - Day 16 (over halfway!)

Image pem [pɛm] n. shoe

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Huvi naun pemuim iun noitiai. Sugoemtiai!
[ˈhuvi nɑwn ˈpɛmwim jun ˈnɔjtjɑj ‖ ˌsuŋɔˈʔɛmdjɑj]
dog.NOM 1SG-GEN shoe-PL-ACC 2SG-GEN eat-PST-3SG.NOM ‖ NEG-intend-PST-3SG.NOM
My dog ate your shoes. He didn't mean to!

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Iyionaku » 17 Dec 2016 11:31

16th Yélian word

valarnúm [ˌvalaɾˈnuːm] - the place where the government is (e.g. parliament, congress, king's council)

Etymology: From valar (government) + locational suffix -núm

17th Yélian word(s)

nákuniys [ˈnakuˌna̯iːs] - firefighter [! Plural: nákuniyn
nakuniysból [ˌnakuna̯iːsˈbol] - fire service

Etymology: From naku (fire) + Epenthetic -n- + -iys (warrior)
Plus institutional suffix -ból

Siy parcas, 8oc CP, nakulota yimancet pun valarnúm, pured yitetmatpesut a'nakuniysból fecun cenim nákuniysravon.
[sa̯iː ˈpaɾkas, ˌmuvenˈpasɔk ku ˈparu, ˈnakuˌlɔta ʃiˈmaŋkɛt pʊn valaɾˈnuːm, ˈpʊrɛd ʃitɛtmăˈpɛsʊt aˌnakuna̯iːsˈboːl ˈɸekʊn ˈkɛnim ˈnakuna̯iːsˌravɔn]
before sun, 8_on_clock at_evening, fire-big PST-be_created-3SG in parliament, however PST-fast-take_away-INV.3SG.INAN DEF.ANIM=fire_service with 3PL.POSS firefighter-brave-PL
Yesterday evening at 8 o'clock, a big fire broke out in the parliament. Luckily, the fire service with their brave firefighters quickly extinguished it.
Wipe the glass. This is the usual way to start, even in the days, day and night, only a happy one.

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by PeteBleackley » 17 Dec 2016 11:44

17th Khangaþyagon word
zulbar: (n) service performed as reparation for wrongdoing
(v) offer or perform such service
zulbaront: person performing such service

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Iyionaku » 17 Dec 2016 11:48

16th Paatherye word

व्वष vașa - order

17th Paatherye word

व्वषमे vașame - to order, command, be first

Etymology: From Sanskrit वश vaśa

ओकु पै म मूरनि, ओकु व्वषज़, ति कोमु जारमनड़ नेजे़ व्वषनो!
Ēku pay ma mūrani, ēku vașas, ti kēmu jāramanar neyen vașanē!

[ˈeːku pai̯ ma ˈmuːrani, ˈeːku ˈvaʒas, ti ˈkeːmu ˌd͡ʒaraˌmanar ˈnejen vaˈʃaneː]
1SG.NOM be.1SG DEF.FEM.NOM leader.NOM, 1SG.NOM be_first-1SG, and 2COL.NOM obey.FUT.2COL 1SG.POSS.COL.ACC command.COL.ACC
I am the leader, I am the first, and you all will obey all my commands!
PeteBleackley wrote:17th Khangaþyagon word
zulbar: (n) service performed as reparation for wrongdoing
(v) offer or perform such service
zulbaront: person performing such service
I quite like those. I will gladly borrow them :)
Wipe the glass. This is the usual way to start, even in the days, day and night, only a happy one.

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by gestaltist » 17 Dec 2016 16:11

Tisisito #17

huuto = year

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Boehijt » 17 Dec 2016 23:00

Óhxiixama

December 17th

áttama – to run

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Odkidstr » 17 Dec 2016 23:20

Lexember 17
Odki


Correction: Apparently I already have Forget in my lexicon, and my search function wasn't working properly. It was Peib, by the way. So...

Obdo - Repeat v
[ob.do]

Kë - Old Man n
[kə]

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Dezinaa » 18 Dec 2016 07:02

Otvei - Day 17

Image paoh [ˈpɑʔɔχ] n. chicken

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Shemtov » 18 Dec 2016 09:29

Sawaan day 17:
Ookin'o
"Boiled squid"

Day 18:
Woota
"Pig; Pork"
Borrowed from Fuheko "Vuta" "pig"
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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by MrKrov » 18 Dec 2016 10:21

Lexember '16 Entry 17:
wais n. bag
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lyːr n. box

Shh

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Re: Lexember 2016

Post by Iyionaku » 18 Dec 2016 11:43

18th Yélian word

mómena [ˈmoːmɛnɐ] - to control

Etymology: From the Proto-Mendric root *MMH, cognates include momens (cage), momera (to last) and momentán (border)

Tem ciacyavat! Mómenit yacmantadros.
[təm ˈcjakʃavɐt! ˈmoːmɛnɪt ʃakˈmantadrɔs]
3SG.MASC.OBL NEG-trust-JUS.2PL | control-INV.3SG.ANIM organisation-hostile
Don't trust him! He is controlled by a hostile organisation.
Wipe the glass. This is the usual way to start, even in the days, day and night, only a happy one.

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