25 February 2015

hammer is ravis

ravis = hammer (Lhaesine pronunciation = RAH-vis) (noun) (some things Google found for "ravis": a common term; an unusual to uncommon last name; Ravis Custom Tailors of Thailand; RaVis is Relational Analysis Components for Adobe Flex; user names; an unusual first name; Ravis is a brand of radar visualization software from Romania; means delighted in Esperanto (verb) and French (adjective); in Latin forms of the adjective meaning gray; similar Ravise is the name of a place in Haiti)

21 February 2015

pale is nosa

nosa = pale (light in color) (Lhaesine pronunciation = NAW-suh) (adjective) (some things Google found for "nosa": a very common term; NOSA is an acronym for Newport Ocean Sailing Association of California; NOSA stands for NOAA Observing System Architecture; NOSA is an acronym for Nordic Society for Aerosol Research; NOSA stands for Northern Outlaw Sprint Association which promotes sprint car racing in the upper Midwest; NOSA stands for National Oil Shale Association; NOSA stands for The North Saanich Dog Obedience Training Club in Canada; nosa means ours in Galician which is a language of northwestern Spain; a last name; name of a place in Malawi)

17 February 2015

calm is siula

siula = calm (Lhaesine pronunciation = SYOO-luh) (adjective) (some things Google found for "siula": an uncommon term; Siula Grande is a high mountain in the Peruvian Andes; The North Face's men's super siula fleece jacket; an information and shopping center in Saariselkä in northern Finland; a rare last name; a rare first name that is often feminine; name of a place in Peru)

13 February 2015

bitter is ezare

ezare = bitter (Lhaesine pronunciation = EH-zayr) (adjective) (some things Google found for "ezare": an unusual term; user names; a rare first name; a rare last name; gaming character names; EZARE s.r.o. is a small Slovakian company; Al Ezare` or Hazm al-Ezare` is a location, seems to be hills, in Saudi Arabia)

09 February 2015

or is em (revisited)

em = or (Lhaesine pronunciation = EHM) (conjunction) (some things Google found for "em": a very very common term; an uncommon last name; an unusual often feminine first name which can be a shortening of a number of longer names, notably Auntie Em in The Wizard of Oz movie; a unit of measurement in typography and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS); EM is an acronym for electromagnetic; similar 'em is a colloquial term for them, such as in Texas hold 'em; Em can mean E minor, as in Em guitar chord; name of the letter M; in Catalan em means me; in Kurdish em means we; in Portuguese em means in; name of a place in Denmark)

My previous Lhaesine word for "or" was "ema". I shortened this word by one letter, and made it one syllable.

05 February 2015

end is sut

sut = end (Lhaesine pronunciation = SUHT) (noun) (some things Google found for "sut": a very common term; an unusual first name; an unusual last name; Sut Hill Ford & Dodge is a car dealer in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin; SUT is an acronym for Society for Underwater Technology; SUT is an acronym for Sport Utility Truck; in Danish sut means pacifier; in French sut is a conjugation of the verb savoir meaning to know (something); in Welsh sut means how; name of a place in Somalia)

This is not the end of Lhaesine. The word end is in the paragraph I'm translating to Lhaesine.

01 February 2015

as (in the role of) is hae

hae = as (Lhaesine pronunciation = HAAW) (preposition) (in the role of) (some things Google found for "hae": a very common term; HAE is an acronym for Hereditary Angioedema; an uncommon first name that can be feminine and Korean, notably teenage murder victim Hae Min Lee; HAE is the NYSE stock symbol for Haemonetics; a Scottish variant of have; HAE Now Organic Tee sells blank cotton T-shirts; in Finnish conjugations of the verb hakea meaning to retrieve; means flag in Hawaiian; in Latin means these (feminine); an unusual last name; name of a city in Angola)

29 January 2015

cushion is dalihe

dalihe = cushion (Lhaesine pronunciation = DAH-lieh) (noun) (some things Google found for "dalihe": a rare to unusual term; a clothing and leather goods store in Paris, France; similar Dali He You Inn in Dali, Yunnan, China; user names; a possible misspelling of dahlia; seems to mean something in Bhojpuri (transliterated) which is a language of North India and Nepal; name of a place in Jilin Sheng, China)

Just creating more words. Cushion was in a paragraph I was attempting to translate to Lhaesine.

25 January 2015

only is maon

maon = only (Lhaesine pronunciation = MAWWN) (adjective) (some things Google found for "maon": an uncommon term; an unusual to rare last name; an unusual to rare first name; Maon Kurosaki is a female Japanese singer-songwriter; similar Ma'on is an illegal Israeli settlement in the West Bank and the name of a former biblical village in Judah; a previous name for a preon which is a theoretical component of quarks; Maon Hotel in Brighton, England; Maon ki dua poori hui is a Pakistani song; a word for brick in Occitan which is a language of Southern France and parts of Italy; name of a place in Ghana)

I deliberately made this word somewhat similar to the Lhaesine word for one, mag.

21 January 2015

between is tuncas

tuncas = between (Lhaesine pronunciation = TUHNK-ahs) (preposition) (some things Google found for "tuncas": an unusual term; user names; a rare last name; airline flight TUN-CAS is from Tunis to Casablanca; similar letters in phrase nunc pro tunc as of, where nunc pro tunc is a Latin expression used in law meaning now for then; similar Tunca is the name of a place in Chile)

Just adding a new Lhaesine word. It wasn't intended as something to necessarily go with my previous word, rib.

17 January 2015

rib is poga

poga = rib (Lhaesine pronunciation = PAWG-uh) (noun) (some things Google found for "poga": an uncommon term; Poga is a 2014 Telugu horror movie; an unusual last name; a rare first name; POGA is an acronym for Prairie Oat Growers Association of Canada; a genus of flowering plants; POGA Capital is a New Brunswick based mortgage financing company; conjugations of the Italian verb pogare meaning to pogo or mosh; in Telugu (transliterated) means smoke, steam, vapor; name of places in Russia and Tennessee)

A new Lhaesine word, to be added to the category of body parts.

13 January 2015

sink is piun

piun = sink (Lhaesine pronunciation = PYOON) (noun) (some things Google found for "piun": an uncommon term; user names; a rare last name; former name of the village of Bühne in Germany; in Volapük piun is a word for tallow; in Iban, which is a language of the island of Borneo, piun means opium; name of places in Pakistan and India)

You've heard the slang expression, everything but the kitchen sink? I've made the words for kitchen and sink.