25 June 2013

knot is ishe (revisited)

ishe = knot (Lhaesine pronunciation = EYESH) (noun) (some things Google found for "ishe": a common term; a unusual first name that can be masculine, notably boxer Ishe "Sugar Shay" Smith; user names; DJ Ishe; ISHE is an acronym for the International Society for Human Ethology; ISHE is an acronym for Indiana Society of Healthcare Engineers and Iowa Society for Healthcare Engineering; a rare last name; name of a place in Nigeria)

My previous Lhaesine word for "knot" was "isre". A small change.

17 June 2013

fat is gole (revisited)

gole = fat (Lhaesine pronunciation = GOHL) (adjective) (some things Google found for "gole": a very common term; an uncommon last name; Gole Market is a middle-class locality in New Delhi, India; means "throats; gorges" in Italian; means "swig, gulp" in Portuguese: means something in Persian when transliterated; a form of the noun meaning "goal" in Turkish; name of villages in Poland; similar Göle is a small city and rural district in northeast Turkey)

The previous Lhaesine word for "fat" was "goala".

09 June 2013

fortress is dagran (revisited)

dagran = fortress (Lhaesine pronunciation = DAH-grahn) (noun) (some things Google found for "dagran": an uncommon term; name of a mercenary leader character in the game The Last Story (aka Quark); in World of Warcraft Emperor Dagran Thaurissan is the name of a humanoid NPC character; user names; a rare last name; Dagran Healthcare Systems in Tucson, Arizona)

My previous Lhaesine word for "fortress" was "dagaeln".

17 May 2013

bachelorette is shesa (revisited)

shesa = bachelorette (Lhaesine pronunciation = SHEH-suh) (noun) (some things Google found for "shesa": an uncommon term; SHESA stands for Sacred Heart Ex-Students Association for former students of a college in Cameroon; a rare first name that can be feminine; a rare last name; first word in the name of a surprising number of registered horses; in Star Trek universe name of a Bajoran who was Kai of Bajor; in a NYT crossword puzzle "shesa" for "she's a"; means "cleft, cloven" in Hebrew (transliterated); name of a place in Uttar Pradesh, India)

My previous Lhaesine word for "bachelorette" was "chisa".

09 May 2013

binding is fasede (revisited)

fasede = binding (Lhaesine pronunciation = FAH-seed) (noun) (some things Google found for "fasede": an unusual term; user names; means something similar to phase in Danish; seems to mean something in transliterated Persian; the similar word facade or façade means the face of a building, especially the front)

My previous Lhaesine word for "binding" was "fasewe". This is a small change.

05 May 2013

house is alca (revisited)

alca = house (Lhaesine pronunciation = AHL-kuh) (noun) (some things Google found for "alca": a common term; ALCA is a Spanish acronym for Área de Libre Comercio de las Américas (Free Trade Area of the Americas); the Aero L 159 ALCA (Advanced Light Combat Aircraft) is a Czech-built aircraft; ALCA is an acronym for Arizona Landscape Contractors Association; ALCA stands for Alabama Counseling Association; ALCA is an acronym for Aurora Learning Community Association of Oklahoma City; ALCA Carpentry Contractors of Illinois; an unusual to uncommon last name; an unusual first name that can be masculine or feminine; a taxonomic genus of seabirds comprising the razorbill; in Catalan and Portuguese similarly spelled alça is a form of the verb "to raise, to lift"; In Portuguese similar spelled alça means "a semicircular handle"; a district in Peru; name of places in Peru and Chile)

My previous Lhaesine word for "house" was "alna". I'm no longer using the LN consonant combination.

01 May 2013

pair is caor

caor = pair (Lhaesine pronunciation = CAUR) (noun) (some things Google found for "caor": an uncommon term; CAOR is an acronym for Cherokee Association of Realtors; CAOR is a Centre de Robotique (Robotics Lab) at MINES ParisTech Graduate School; a rare last name; Caor Ashstone is a NPC Dungeon Boss in game Rift; CAOR 99 is an Explorer Yacht; CAOR is the Bucharest stock symbol for Calipso SA Oradea which offers catering services; means berry in Irish; similar Caore is the name of a place in the Philippines)

25 April 2013

gentle is wilet

wilet = gentle (Lhaesine pronunciation = WIH-leht) (adjective) (some things Google found for "wilet": an uncommon term; a rare to unusual last name; a rare first name that can be feminine; WiLet is an acronym for Wilton Environmental Trust of Connecticut; user names; navigational waypoint WILET in New York state; similar willet is a larger shorebird of the sandpiper family; similar Willet is the name of places in the United States and Canada)

17 April 2013

dense is ladas

ladas = dense (Lhaesine pronunciation = LAH-dahs) (adjective) (some things Google found for "ladas": a common term; an unusual to uncommon last name that can be Greek; Ladas & Parry LLP is an international intellectual property law firm; Ladas are Russian made cars; Mama's Ladas is a Enchilada Shop & Wine Bar in Sioux Falls, South Dakota; a rare first name; Ladas (1891–1914) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire; means barns (buildings used for storage or keeping cattle) in Swedish; name of a village in Greece)

09 April 2013

ominous is vaiten

vaiten = ominous (Lhaesine pronunciation = VAY-tehn) (adjective) (some things Google found for "vaiten": an unusual to rare term; "Vaiten Valvoin" (I Lay Awake) is song by Finnish folk band Värttinä; a rare last name; user names; name of a a World of Warcraft gaming character; "Vaiten Befi" (or Vayiten Befi) is a song by Jewish musician Mendy Jerufi; similar "vaiti" means "silently" in Finnish)

01 April 2013

sad is terit

terit = sad (Lhaesine pronunciation = TEH-riht) (adjective) (some things Google found for "terit": an uncommon term; user names; a rare to unusual last name; a rare first name; Terit Tonhoof is the name of a NPC Satyr character in Everquest II; Terit LLC is a small computer repair company in Kalamazoo, Michagan; in Latin "terit" means "rubs, wears away"; similar Teriti is the name of a place in Indonesia)

25 March 2013

rude is foada

foada = rude (Lhaesine pronunciation = FOH-duh) (adjective) (some things Google found for "foada": an unusual term; user names; a rare first name that can be Egyptian; a very rare last name that can be Italian; in Volapük foada is the genitive singular of foad which means means "liver (organ of human or animal)"; similarly pronounced "foda" means the F-word in Portuguese)