Browsing the blog archives for February, 2010

The End is the Beginning

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I’ve done this Word of the Day thing for 2 months now. I really want to continue it, but it has turned out to be more taxing on my creative abilities than I originally thought. Sure, I already had the words, but the Word of the Day entries require me to make “script” images, example […]

Word of the Day 2/28 – dhu

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n. a weapon, especially a spear, javelin, or other weapon with a point; the letter representing the sound /ð/ in the Sagruse alphabet. Related Terms shra a sword shrev a knife or dagger tsad a club or cudgel eraz a gun, firearm culaen a bow Notes The word dhu (ðu) is the word for a […]

Word of the Day 2/27 – rodaem

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n. rust, corrosion, the result of an oxidizing process. Examples peleni irodaeman dhulraceso. Clean the rust from your weapons. Derivations rodem to rust, corrode rodom rusted, corroded Etymology rodaem (rodæm) is in some way derived from roja, “red”, but the etymology is obscure. Notes (OOC) Suzhoni science knows of rust and corrosion as chemical processes, […]

Word of the Day 2/26 – curez

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v. to regret. Examples curez ar nithan raze. I regret nothing in my life. Derivations curaz regrets curoz regrettable Notes the nominal form curaz can also be used in an abstract sense (“a feeling of regret”).

Word of the Day 2/25 – nejin

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v. to outlaw, make illegal, prohibit by force of law. Examples tetsu than silel ith nejin tithan. Those people want to make everything illegal. Derivations nejinsil an outlaw, criminal, especially on the run nejaen an illegal act, crime Related Terms vril to commit a crime adzaen a law Etymology nejin is certainly derived from adzaen, […]