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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 2/22 – 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 2/13 – telsin

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v. to consume or expend a resource. Derivations telsaen a consumable resource telsun consumable; expendable telsaensil a consumer, one who consumes Related Terms utir to make use of tec to eat, consume, as food Notes telsin is used in both economic and scientific senses. Scientifically, it is most often used when referring to chemical reactions, […]

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 […]

Word of the Day 1/24 – kalzh

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n. proof, of truthfulness or accuracy; a test, trial, experiment, something intended to provide proof; a judicial hearing or trial. Examples bes al kalzhan? Do you have any proof? sirdes ith kalzh kawanetan us’r. This experiment will give us all the answers. Derivations kelsh to prove to be true; to test, conduct an experiment; to […]