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Word of the Day 2/1 – edrelz

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v. to inhabit; to settle an area, move to or begin to live in a place. Examples edrelzab isilel oyn Suzhone Koshir. The first Suzhoni people settled in Kosh. Derivations edralz a settlement edrelsil a settler; an inhabitant edrolz inhabited, having a native population Related Terms den to live in, reside in Notes There is […]

Word of the Day 1/30 – jilvaz

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v. an exchange or trade; trade, generally. Examples ya orn jilvaz maj’r zhonel tsil’r. Trade between nations is important for everyone. Derivations jilvish to trade, exchange, barter jilvus exchanged jilvusa a trade good Idioms jilvaz laxe a conversation dhond jilvaze a bank jilvaz shrale war; a duel (somewhat poetic) Notes (OOC) jilvaz is ultimately derived […]

Word of the Day 1/28 – emridh

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v. to take caution, be cautious or careful; to warn, caution. Examples desram emridhus ith jimelan. We must be careful in these wild lands. emridhab ino rar ith al cir yud. He warned me that you would be here. Derivations emradh caution; a warning emrudh cautious, careful Notes emridh (emriĆ°) can be used transitively or […]

Word of the Day 1/26 – lojil

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v. to divert, turn away, cause to turn aside. Examples lakith ino cen’r, ine lojil ar. He asked me for money, but I turned him away. Derivations loj’l a diversion agloj’l a dam Etymology lojil contains the element lo, “away”, though the rest of the word has no connection to any modern Suvile word meaning […]

Word of the Day 1/19 – gecel

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v. to provoke, incite; to cause someone to feel. Examples gecelab idhan kaxr’l solseom. They were incited to violence by his words. atheman gecel than al’r? How does that make you feel? Derivations gej’l provocation gecol threatening Notes When used to indicate feelings or emotions, the object (or target) is placed in the dative case, […]