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Word of the Day 2/24 – aenul

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adj. raw, uncooked. Examples zi tec al xanan aenul, zan eng vori. If you eat raw meat, you might get sick. Synonyms nevom uncooked Related Terms blos fresh Notes aenul (ænul) can also be used to mean “rare”, as when referring steak.

Word of the Day 2/22 – mle

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adj. metallic, made or composed of metal. Derivations mlo metal mleraeng metallurgy malduril a mine maldhaen a metal wire Notes Metal, of course, is very important to civilization, and Suzhon is no exception. Many of the names for various metals (other than those of ancient origin, such as gold and silver), contain a form of […]

Word of the Day 2/16 – alnus

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adj. trustworthy, able to be trusted. Examples ya ilen bresil are alnusor. She is my most trusted assistant. alnish al aran? Do you trust me? Derivations alnaz trust alnish to trust Notes “Trust” and “truth” are different concepts in Suvile, not as related as they are in many languages. The idea of “truth” is instead […]

Word of the Day 2/12 – tsomu

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adj. famous, well-known. Examples tetsuvil ya tson in tsomu. Everybody wants to be rich and famous. Derivations tsoma fame tsomil a famous person, celebrity Notes (OOC) The similarity between the words for “famous” (tsomu) and “rich” (tson) can’t be entirely an accident. There may be some influence from the neighboring language Kasemi, where a final […]

Word of the Day 2/9 – aenru

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adj. parallel, running alongside without intersection. Examples ya aenru ith du paedel, shin idh paykaldan nebes. These two roads are parallel, so they have no intersections. Etymology aenru is an adjective formed from aenri, a preposition meaning “along, against”, with the final vowel replaced by the usual adjectival marker -u. Notes aenru (ænru) is a […]