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Re: Lexember 2019

Post by Iyionaku » 21 Dec 2019 10:22

Lexember 21st - Yélian

perquota [pəɾˈkoːtɐ] - to concentrate, focus

ETYMOLOGY: from per "ingressive prefix" + quot "narrow, tight". perquota also means "to narrow down"; originally there was a phrase perquota a'man "to narrow down the mind", but later the latter bit of the phrase was lost.

Pur edutsani ti zifæpuei èpa citaniycbocei. Nat vigo carat ciperquotei, cirobrocei æn'ivetal.
[pʉd̟ ˈeːdʉt͡sɐni ti cɨˈɸœːpu.ɛɪ̯ ˈɛpɐ kɨˌtaːna̯iˈboːkɛɪ̯ | nɐt ˈviːxɔ̈ ˈkaːɾɐt kɨpəɾˈkoːtɛɪ̯, kɨɾɔ̈ˈbɾoːkɛɪ̯ ənɨˈʋeːtɐl]
for hour-PL-ENUM three here-sit-2SG and NEG-proceed-2SG | when if now NEG-concentrate-2SG, NEG-FUT-reach-2SG DEF.CONC=target_date
You've been sitting here for three hours and don't proceed. If you don't focus now, you will not make the target date.
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 2019

Post by ixals » 21 Dec 2019 12:46

20th December

:con: Elá

píki-sáju /ˌpi.kiˈsa.ju/ - from píki "spike, thorn" and sáju "tree, wood, stick"
1.) spear
>> 2.) (rarely) weapon

21st December

:con: Elá

me-mep'ú /mə.məˈpʼu/ - reduplication of mep'ú "kiss, affection"
1.) love
2.) to love
>> 3.) (rarely) to produce offspring
Last edited by ixals on 21 Dec 2019 12:59, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: Lexember 2019

Post by Khemehekis » 21 Dec 2019 12:52

ixals wrote:
21 Dec 2019 12:46
21th December
Aaaand we have a rhyme for "month".
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Re: Lexember 2019

Post by ixals » 21 Dec 2019 12:59

I knew I would forget to change it again this year [xD]
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Re: Lexember 2019

Post by spanick » 21 Dec 2019 15:37

VaptuantaDoi wrote:
21 Dec 2019 08:47
I’ve been away from my computer the past couple of weeks, so here is the update you have been so frantically awaiting.
Spoiler:
Cartaguinhisi

catidra /kaˈtidɾa/ fn. The hips or buttocks; the upper leg. L cathēdra ‘chair,’ PRC catidra, cathidra. Eastern Dialect catrida, c'trida /k(a)ˈtrida/.

lunhi /ˈluɲi/ nn. A light ficture; man-made rather than natural light. L lūmen, lūminis “light,” PRC lumni. Eastern Dialect lhunhî /ˈʎuɲiː/.

ruonhisqui /ɾu̯ɔˈɲiski/ nn. A Romance-speaker or descendant of Romans, especially in Africa; antonym of africani. L rōmāniscus, VL *rŏm(ă)nẹskos, PRC romnischi. Eastern Dialect uses the corresponding form Latiniscû, Lat'niscû /lat(i)niʃkuː/, /latniːkuː/.

yulhu /ˈdʒuʎu/ mn. The neck. L i̯ugulum, PRC giuglu, giugli. Eastern Dialect giuglu /ˈʒuʎu/.

tábula /ˈtabula/ fn. A country, especially a sovereign nation. L tābula “table,” later “something spread out on a table;” PRC tàb(u)la “chart, map → place on a map.” Eastern Dialect tagla /ˈtaʎa/. Most likely a semi-learnèd form in standard but less influenced in E Dialect Corresponding Old Provençal form borrowed into PRC as tablu, table, tabla “table,” although this fell out of use after the time of Utani [the writter of the main PRC corpus].

aquaria /aˈku̯aria/ fn. A bathroom or public toilet. aqua “water” (L. aqua) + –aria “place of,” from LL -ari̯um, -ari̯a; PRC aquària, aquàrea. Eastern Dialect accargia, 'ccargia /(a)ˈkkarʒa/.

labrusca /laˈbɾuska/ fn. A red grape (distinct from a grape in general vinilhu or many named varieties of green grape). L lābrusca, PRC labrusca, lavrusca. Eastern Dialect labrûca, l'brûca /l(a)ˈbruːka/, /əlˈbruːka/.

unlha /ˈunʎa/ fn. A finger- or toe-nail; figuratively a small spike or catching-point. L ungulis, VL ọng(o)la; PRC ungla. Eastern Dialect ugna /uɲa/, /ũj̃a/.

scribíe /skɾiˈbi.e/ vb. To write; referring only to the action of writing and not the profession. L scribēre, PRC scribìe. Eastern Dialect iscribire, iscr'bire /iskr(i)ˈbire/, /iːkr(i)ˈbire/.

coruna /kɔˈɾuna/ fn. A crown. L corōna, PRC coruna, quruna. Eastern Dialect coruna, c'runa /k(o)ˈruna/.

plhuma /ˈpʎuma/ fn. A pen or pencil; a writing implement. L plūma “feather,” PRC pluma, unattested *pgliuma. Eastern Dialect poluma, p'luma /p(o)ˈluma/.

africani /afɾiˈkani/ a. African; non-Romance speaking Africans. L africānus, PRC africani. Eastern Dialect africanû, afr'canû /afr(i)ˈkanuː/.

vestilha fn. A handkerchief or tissue, something to blow one’s nose on. L vesticula, dim, of vestis; PRC vestilga. Eastern Dialect vêtigla, v'stigla /veːˈtiʎa/, /əvˈstiʎa/.

libru /ˈlibɾu/ mn. Book; a bundle of paper held together with a spine and containing writing. L librum, PRC libru, livru. Eastern Dialect /libru/.



Movard

vodeic /voˈdai̯/ [vʊˈðæi̯] fn. An established shop (rather than one which moves or a temporary stall). L apothēca, OM auodéca, MM avodeicâ.

soecqu /soːk/ [ˈsʊːkʰ] mn. A piece of jewellery. L soccus “slipper, fancy shoe,” OM socque “ornament of clothing,” MM sueque.

çialeit /saˈlai̯/ [səˈlæi̯] mn. A patois; any non-standard variety of a language. L dialectus “dialect,” OM gialeite, MM dialeite.

dançieor /danˈsɛː/ [də̃ˈseˑ] fn. A (generally female) dancer; an entertaining girl; also a self-referencing term used by homosexuals deriving from an older slur. MM dantieure, from French/Old French dancer “to dance” and -eor, MM -eure, OM -óre; from Latin -ōr, -ōrem.

coenat /koːˈna/ [kuˑˈna] mn. A relation more elderly than oneself, usually male. L cognātus “brother/father in law,” OM conhode, MM coinade “in-laws, parents-in-law.”

çiornaf /soːˈnaː/ [suˑˈnaˑ] mn. A daily newspaper; a journal. L diurnālis “daily (adj.),” OM giornaue, MM diornave; meaning infuenced by the French journal and corresponding terms in other languages.

ver /vɛː/ [beˑ] fn. Glass; the substance rather than a driking vessel. L vitra, OM uédra, MM verrâ.

aureiliof /oʁai̯ˈli̯oː/ [ŭʁæ̝ɨ̯(l)ɨ̯ʊː] mn. The navel or belly-button. From aureil “ear” (L auricula, OM orélha, MM oreïlâ) and the diminuitive suffix -iof (L -ellum, OM -eue, MM -iove).

centans /sɛnˈtan/ [sə̃ˈtã] mpln. A century; 100 years. L centum annōs, OM cientanes, MM tientanes (cf. centumciont, annuman).

caldeir /kaːˈdai̯/ [kaˈðæi̯] fn. A large pot or cauldron. VL caldári̯a, from L calidus “hot” and suffix -āria; OM caldaria, MM caldairâ, cavdairâ.

faa /faː/ [ˈfaˑ] mn. A beech tree; pioer de faa /ˈpi̯oː dɛ ˈfaː/ [pi̯ʊˑðəˈfaˑ] “wood from a beech tree.” L fāgus, OM , MM faë.

Françi /fʁans/ [fʁãs] fn. France. OM Francia, MM frantia, from French.

aa /aː/ [aˑ] fn. Water. L aqua, OM agua, MM avâ, agâ; also spelt as ag or af until recently.

naudad /noˈdaː/ [nuˈðaˑ] fn. Christmas; Noël; voen naudad /ˈvoːn noˈdaː/ [bʊ̃ˑnuˈðaˑ] merry Christmas, vioepp de naudad /ˈvi̯oːp dɛ noˈdaː/ [vi̯upənuˈðaː] Christmas Eve. L navitās, nativātem, later VL nau̯táte; OM nodade, MM nodade.
And the ones for to-day:

Movard
hoeistr /oai̯t/ [u̯æi̯tʰ] fn. A grain of sand, a small pebble or rock, a chip of bone, wood, stone or shell. L ostrea “oyster,” OM oistra “shell-fish → shell (item) → shell (substance)”, MM hueistrâ “piece of shell.” The h- appears in MM, influenced by the French practice of adding it before initial u to distinguish it from /v/.


Cartaguinhisi
supiunu /supiˈunu/ mn. A graffito, an item of graffiti. L sopiō, sopiōnem “a drawing of a man with a prominent phallus” (attested in Pompeii graffiti), PRC supiuni “lewd drawing.” Eastern Dialect suciunu, sciunu /suˈʃunu/, /ˈʃʃunu/.
I really like your romalngs, especially Cartaguinhisi!

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Re: Lexember 2019

Post by Allekanger » 21 Dec 2019 19:49

Ivook, Lexember 16th-21st (cheating!):

KOGM [kojim] kojim 'buckwheat'
NOG [noŋ] nong 'honey'
SKG [sakaŋ] sakang 'oat'
RMEL [rameɬ] ramel 'spices'
QORUK [joruk] joruk 'honey'
GHULUK [ŋawuɬuk] ngawuluk 'roots'
OM [om] om 'berries'
OMER [omed] omed 'a berry'
QES [jes~jeʃ] jes 'cattail'
TKN [tikin] tikin 'peas, beans'
TKNER [tikined] tikined 'a pea, a bean'
LOKL [ɬokiɬ] lokil 'fruit'
CM [tʃim] tsim 'salt'
RIK [raik] raik 'nuts'
RIKER [raiked] raiked 'a nut'
TUMT [tumit] tumit 'mushrooms'

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Re: Lexember 2019

Post by VaptuantaDoi » 21 Dec 2019 23:35

spanick wrote:
21 Dec 2019 15:37
I really like your romalngs, especially Cartaguinhisi!
Thanks! Unfortunately I haven't really fleshed them out, but I'll try to work on them in the New Year. Cartaguinhisi is basically African Romance, but with the Corsican vowel system (ī ĭ ē ĕ ā̆ ŏ ō ŭ ū → i i i ɛ a ɔ u u u) and few sound changes.

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Re: Lexember 2019

Post by Jackk » 21 Dec 2019 23:54

21st Lexember

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desir escapat /deˈzɪʀ ˌɛskaˈpat/ [dɪˈzɪː‿ˌʀɛskɐˈpat] desire for adventure, wanderlust
< phrase from 18C, literally "adventure want"; the first word is a deverbal (from at least 8C) of desirar "to want, desire", from Latin dēsīderō "I want, wish for". The second word is a 17C borrowing from Aquitain escapat "adventure" < "escape, breakout", past participle of escapar "to escape". This in turn comes from Vulgar Latin excappō "I escape", literally "I go out of the cloak" (ex cappō).

Sy maðr creye ig sy desir escapat sceus le coïr d'un marið trovar.
Her mother believed her wanderlust might stop her finding a husband.
/si ˈmaðʀ̩ kʀiˈje aj ˌsi deˈzɪʀ ˌɛskaˈpat ˈxawz le koˈjɪʀ dɪn maˈʀɪθ tʀoˈvaʀ/
[sɪ ˈmaðɐ kʀɪˈje ʔaj ˌsi dɪˈzɪː‿ˌʀɛskɐˈpat ˈxawz le kʊˈjɪː dɪm mɐˈʀɪh tʀʊˈvɑː]
mundum impūrum incolāmus
hamteu n'un mont sug
let us live in a dirty world

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Re: Lexember 2019

Post by Khemehekis » 22 Dec 2019 00:11

gach wrote:
20 Dec 2019 00:21
Here's a bit of backlog due to some travel and then being drafted to organise an office party. This time all wards are for Proto Inaki.
"Wards" means "words", right? (It took me a while to figure that out.)
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Squirrels chase koi . . . chase squirrels

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Re: Lexember 2019

Post by shimobaatar » 22 Dec 2019 02:11

Y²KS (Day 21):

əbādō /əˈbaːdoː/ (v.) to not know, to misunderstand, to be ignorant of
  • From Proto-AY *ˀəbáhda- "to act"
  • Implies a fundamental lack of knowledge or an inability or unwillingness to learn
Derivations and Related Terms:
Spoiler:
əbōsu /əˈboːsu/ (v.) to do, to react to, to respond to, to lash out at
  • From Proto-AY *ˀəbáwsʸ- "to react"
  • Implies a lack of thought, awareness, or volition
Example:

Sē lamašˤūranēyyin əbādōḥičmin.
/seː lamaʃʕuːraˈneːjjin əˈbaːdoːħit͡ʃmin/
[se ˌlæmɐʃˌʕuːrɐˈneːjjɪ̃‿nəˈbæːdoˌħit͡ʃmɪ̃n]
sē lamašˤūra-nē-yyin əbāda-uḥič-min
1s farm-NPST.GER-ABS.G.SG.DEF misunderstand-DPs.NPST.IND-SG.DEF.OBJ
I don't know a damn thing about farming.



Theodish (Day 21):

fraw /ˈfraw/ (adj.) glad, jovial, happy, energetic
  • From Proto-Germanic *frawaz
Derivations and Related Terms:
Spoiler:
clegghen /ˈklɛʃən/ (v.) to laugh
  • From Proto-Germanic *hlahjaną
  • Also found as clacken /ˈklakən/, from Proto-Germanic *hlakkōną, with approximately the same meaning
claghter /ˈklaftər/ (n.) laughter
  • From Proto-Germanic *hlahtraz
cloen /ˈkloːn/ (v.) to low, to bellow, to roar
  • From Proto-Germanic *hlōaną
holen /ˈhoːlən/ (v.) to call, to summon, to appoint, to fetch
  • From Proto-Germanic *halōną
  • Also found as hulen /ˈhuːlən/, from Proto-Germanic *hulōną, with approximately the same meaning
nuten /ˈnuːtən/ (v.) to use, to utilize
  • From Proto-Germanic *neutaną and *nutōną
benuten /bɛˈnuːtən/ (v.) to deprive
  • From Proto-Germanic *bineutaną
genuten /jɛˈnuːtən/ (v.) to enjoy
  • From Proto-Germanic *ganeutaną
nute /ˈnuːt/ (n.) use, utility, enjoyment
  • From Proto-Germanic *nutō
netten /ˈnɛtən/ (v.) to employ
  • From Proto-Germanic *nutjōną
nett /ˈnɛt/ (n.) position, office, employment
  • From Proto-Germanic *nutjō
nut /ˈnʊt/ (n.) use, profit, advantage, benefit
  • From Proto-Germanic *nutą
nete /ˈneːt/ (adj.) useful, useable, profitable
  • From Proto-Germanic *nutiz
noet /ˈnoːt/ (n.) profit, yield, benefit, possession, livestock
  • From Proto-Germanic *nautą
genoet /jɛˈnoːt/ (n.) associate, companion, comrade, follower
  • From Proto-Germanic *ganautaz
unnen /ˈʊnən/ (v.) to grant, to bestow, to acknowledge, to concede
  • From Proto-Germanic *unnaną
end /ˈɛnd/ (n.) favor, affection
  • From Proto-Germanic *undiz
  • Also found as genst /ˈjɛnst/, with the same meaning
est /ˈɛst/ (n.) grace, favor, kindness
  • From Proto-Germanic *anstiz
esteg /ˈɛstəj/ (adj.) gracious, favorable, kind
  • From Proto-Germanic *anstīgaz
frien /ˈfriːn/ (v.) to free, to liberate, to honor, to love
  • From Proto-Germanic *frijōną
frie /ˈfriː/ (adj.) free
  • From Proto-Germanic *frijaz
friehals /ˈfriːˌhals/ (n.) immunity, freedom, liberty
  • From Proto-Germanic *frijahalsaz
frund /ˈfrʊnd/ (n.) friend
  • From Proto-Germanic *frijōndz
frundleg /ˈfrʊndləj/ (adj.) friendly
  • From Proto-Germanic *frijōndlīkaz
frundscep /ˈfrʊndˌʃɛp/ (n.) friendship
  • From Proto-Germanic *frijōndiskapiz
firdel /ˈfɪrdəl/ (n.) friend, loved one, beloved
  • From Proto-Germanic *fridilaz
firt /ˈfɪrt/ (n.) peace, tranquility
  • From Proto-Germanic *friþuz
firdlend /ˈfɪrdlənd/ (n.) sanctuary, refuge, safehouse
  • From Proto-Germanic *friþulandą
cuss /ˈkʊs/ (n.) kiss
  • From Proto-Germanic *kussaz
  • Also found as kess /ˈkɛs/, with the same meaning
kessen /ˈkɛsən/ (v.) to kiss
  • From Proto-Germanic *kussijaną
Example:

Dis scoppe nettet mien frund.
/dɪs ʃɔp ˈnɛtət miːn frʊnd/
[dɪ ˈʃɔp̚ ˈnɛtət̚ mɪɱ ˈfrʊn]
dis scoppe nett-et mien frund
PROX store employ-3s.PRES.IND 1s.POSS friend
My friend works at this store.



Week 4's theme, Belief, Folklore, Superstition, Mythology, Religion, and the Supernatural, has been added to the OP.

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Re: Lexember 2019

Post by Khemehekis » 22 Dec 2019 03:08

Great!

From the LCV:

LIFE, PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION (from Part IV)
Spoiler:
life (Monica has a busy ~)*
life (experience of living: ~ is beautiful)
life (fact of not being dead)
life (loss of ~)
life (country ~)
life (biography: the ~ of Julius Caesar)
cycle (~ of life)
birth
childhood
growth
death
past (of a person’s life)
future (of a person’s life)
mortal
immortal
to live*
to live (continue to live)
to live (spend one’s life a certain way)
to survive (in the wilderness, at sea, etc.)
to prosper
fate (what happened to something/someone)
mind (center of thoughts and emotions)*
soul
spirit
evil (of a spirit)
good (of a spirit)
belief (conviction)
philosophy
philosophy (outlook on life)
thought (Western ~)
view
to devote, to dedicate (life, career)
to devote, to dedicate (to God)
religion (system of belief)
religion (belief in God or gods)
to practice (a religion)
belief (religious)
angel
demon
devil, Satan
ghost
God
goddess
god
heaven, paradise
hell, inferno
reincarnation
witch
magic
to bless
blessing (from God)
blessing (by priest, rabbi, etc.)
curse
to haunt (by a ghost)
miracle
to worship
to pray
prayer
to meditate
to fast
feast (religious)
ceremony (religious)
festival (on holy day)
to sacrifice (immolate)
sin
holy, sacred
holy, sacred (dedicated to God/a god)
vision (I had a ~)
creation (of the universe)
MORE LIFE, PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION (from Part V)
Spoiler:
to preach (to a congregation)
to preach (spread a religion)
ritual
enchanted
idol (the tribe worshipped ~s)
oracle (place)
shrine
karma
taboo
candle (in church)
coffin
astrology
to convert (intransitive)
to convert (transitive)
orthodox
Christian
Catholic
Protestant
Anglican/Episcopalian
Mormon
Jewish, Jew
Islamic, Muslim
Buddhist
Hindu
Sikh
deist
agnostic
atheist
pagan
cult
vegetarian
vegan
environmentalist, green
feminist
liberal
conservative
radical
reactionary
centrist, moderate, middle-of-the-road
libertarian
anarchist
socialist
communist
capitalist
fascist
authoritarian
totalitarian
progressive
democrat
republican
independent
left
right
Also, mythical or supernatural animals from the ANIMALS section in Part IV:
Spoiler:
alien, extraterrestrial
monster
dragon
fairy
and the MORE ANIMALS section in Part V:
Spoiler:
unicorn
ogre
giant
goblin
mermaid
phoenix
werewolf
little person
and the PEOPLE section in Part IV:
Spoiler:
vampire
and the MORE PEOPLE section in Part V:
Spoiler:
mummy
wizard
zombie
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Squirrels chase koi . . . chase squirrels

My Kankonian-English dictionary: 62,500 words and counting

31,416: The number of the conlanging beast!

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Re: Lexember 2019

Post by qwed117 » 22 Dec 2019 03:55

Lexember 21
*r̩Sim- n day (probably from r̥us₂-i)
*n̥e-na prn 2sg (oblique, unreduced stem -na)
*gˀl̩mur-o n brain, mind, thought, intestines (by analogy of the vermiforme habit of the brain)
s₁us₂n-e v to run, to hide, to leave
jerm-o v to yearn for, to desire, to wish
s₂n̩d-o n father
wn̩dˀ-e n mother

:it-sa: spreviare v to have fun, to distract oneself
Spoiler:
My minicity is Zyphrazia and Novland
What is made of man will crumble away.

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Re: Lexember 2019

Post by Clio » 22 Dec 2019 05:10

21st Lexember

ḳattwaru /kˤatːwaru/ n tear
Niûro nCora
Getic: longum Getico murmur in ore fuit
scratchpad

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Re: Lexember 2019

Post by Iyionaku » 22 Dec 2019 09:31

Lexember 22nd - Yélian

iávelet [ˈɪ̯aːʋələt] - Jew, person of Jewish belief

ETYMOLOGY: from iave "Jahwe" + let "person of a certain belief", literally "person who believes in Jahwe"

Ísraʻel bit an'acadiepapam væ máncie dès iáveletan bul a'canpalan o'bolnúmeral.
[ˈiːsɾɐʔəl bʉt ɐnɐˈkaːdɪ̯əˌpaːpɐm və ˈmaŋkɪ̯ə dɛs ˈɪ̯aːʋələtɐn bʉl ɐkɐnˈpaːlɐn ɔ̈bɔ̈lˈnuːməɾɐl]
PROP COP.3SG.ANIM DEF.ANIM=state-only in world REL.LOC jew-PL COP.3PL DEF.ANIM=majority DEF.GEN=population
Israel is the only state in the world where Jews have the majority of the population.
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Re: Lexember 2019

Post by VaptuantaDoi » 22 Dec 2019 10:03

Movard

ravit /ʁaˈvi/ [ʁəˈʋi] adj. Clearly alive, living; referring to animals rather than plants. L rapīdus “quick, rapid,” OM rabide “able to move,” MM ravië “alive.”



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querebellu /kɛɾɛˈbɛllu/ mn. The brain; the mind. L cerebellum, Post-Renaissance Cartaginese cherobellu, cherbellu, cherebellu. Eastern Dialect cieruvellhu, cier'vellhu /ʃer(u)ˈvɛʎʎu/, cieruvetcciu, cier'vetcciu /ʃer(u)ˈvɛtʃːu/.

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Re: Lexember 2019

Post by qwed117 » 22 Dec 2019 16:28

qwed117 wrote:
22 Dec 2019 03:55
Lexember 21
*r̩Sim- n day (probably from r̥us₂-i)
*n̥e-na prn 2sg (oblique, unreduced stem -na)
*gˀl̩mur-o n brain, mind, thought, intestines (by analogy of the vermiforme habit of the brain)
s₁us₂n-e v to run, to hide, to leave
jerm-o v to yearn for, to desire, to wish
s₂n̩d-o n father
wn̩dˀ-e n mother

:it-sa: spreviare v to have fun, to distract oneself
hmm, turns out I messed some of this up, because there's already morphemes for father and mother. I personally like s2ndo and wnd'e more than b'iko and reh2b, the other two morphemes, so reh2b will now mean "name" and b'iko will now mean "stone"
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Post by Jackk » 22 Dec 2019 17:18

22nd Lexember

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Caresm /kaˈʀɛzm̩/ [kɐˈʀɛzɐm] Lent, Lententide

< named after the forty days Jesus spent in the desert. From Vulgar Latin quarēsima, from Latin Quadrāgēsima "Lent", literally "fortieth". Traditionally a period of penitence and abstinence.

Jusc oy, Rom foy prohibið ig taisson sein pasct durant Caresm.
Hitherto, Rome had banned badger from being eaten in Lent.
/ʒiˈxɔj | ˈʀɔm fɔj ˌpʀohiˈbɪθ aj teˈsɔn sin ˈpaxt diˈʀant kaˈʀɛzm̩/
[ʒɪˈxɔj | ˈʀɔm fɔj ˌpʀohɪˈbɪh aj tɪˈsɔn sɪm ˈpaht dɪˈʀaŋ kɐˈʀɛzɐm]
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Post by ixals » 22 Dec 2019 17:28

22nd December

:con: Elá

jáŋi-kí /ˈja.ŋiˌki/ - from jáŋi "big" and "small"
1.) size
Native: :deu:
Learning: :gbr:, :chn:, :tur:, :fra:

Zhér·dûn a tonal Germanic conlang

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Post by Allekanger » 22 Dec 2019 23:41

Ivook, Lexember 22nd:

RKUC [rikutʃ] rikuts 'hungry'
USEN [usen] usen 'poor'
Q'MTU [jamatu] jamatu 'downtrodden'
QKSUKE [akiʃuke] akisuke 'outcast'
NMIS [nimaiʃ] nimais 'less lucky'
HUM [hum] hum 'nothing'
NGOT [nijot] nijot 'get by, manage'

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Re: Lexember 2019

Post by gach » 23 Dec 2019 00:08

20.

Inaki

čəri, cold adj

Sei

ɨntɨ, cold adj

Inland family

pele, cold adj


21.

Inaki

tunti, hot adj

Sei

k'aa, hot adj

Inland family

ɢur, hot adj

Khemehekis wrote:
22 Dec 2019 00:11
gach wrote:
20 Dec 2019 00:21
Here's a bit of backlog due to some travel and then being drafted to organise an office party. This time all wards are for Proto Inaki.
"Wards" means "words", right? (It took me a while to figure that out.)
Right you are, typos that end up as unrelated legitimate words really are the bane of us all. I'll leave that one in to forever haunt me. Interesting tough what these tell about the mental processing of written language.
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