30 November 2005

shadow is ishda

ishda = shadow (Lhaesine pronunciation = ISH-duh) (some things Google found for "ishda": a rare term; user name; a Japanese last name; means "at work" in Uzbek; means "appetite" in Turkmen, language in Turkmenistan; ISHDA is the Indiana State Department of Health; seems "man of God" is "Ishda alloa" in Hebrew)

This word has been revised. The current word for "shadow" is "inara". This posting is now longer current.

29 November 2005

day is aryun (revisited)

aryun = day (Lhaesine pronunciation = AHR-yuhn) (some things Google found for "aryun": a rare to uncommon term; female character in a story on Elfwood; appears to be another spelling of "Aryan" Indo-European people; means "blood" in Armenian; a boys first name; a last name; place - Ty Aryun, Bretange, France; Hyundai Express, a Korean delivery company, opened "Hyundai Aryun" overseas branch in China; mountain Aryun Ìundarga near Tunkinskaya valley in Baikal area of Russia; means something in Mongolian)

Modified word (dropped last letter, added two letters) to look less like a possible verb conjugation, and to be two syllables instead of three.

This word has been revised. The Lhaesine word for "day" is now "iun". This posting is no longer current.

28 November 2005

cat is meiya (revisited)

meiya = cat (Lhaesine pronunciation = MEE-ya) (some things Google found for "meiya": an uncommon term; must mean something in Chinese; Meiya Power Co. Ltd. in North Asia; Wenzhou Meiya Faucet Factory in China; Shunde Meiya Metalwork Co., Ltd.; Meiya College of International Studies Hunan University; Meiya, maker of Rangehoods and Gas Cooktops; Meiya Arts and Crafts Factory; Meiya Valley in Maolin National Scenic Area; a Chinese first name for girls; character in book The Paladin by C.J. Cherryh; a Japanese first name for boys)

Added one letter, the "y", to avoid possible conflict with a verb conjugation. Minor change to pronunciation.

This word has been revised. The Lhaesine word for "cat" is now "mehe". This posting is no longer current.

light is arda

arda = light (Lhaesine pronunciation = AHR-duh) (some things Google found for "arda": a common term; to J.R.R. Tolkien, and many Lord of the Rings fans, Arda is elvish for world, it's the middle-earth setting; ARDA is American Resort Development Association; ARDA is American Religion Data Archive; ARDA is The American Rescue Dog Association; ARDA is Alliance for Reform and Democracy in Asia; ARDA is La Asociación de Reducción de Daños de la Argentina; ARDA is Agricultural and Rural Development Act in Canada; ARDA is Advanced Research and Development Agency; Arda of Armenia was the wife of King Baldwin I of Jerusalem around 1100 A.D.; a last name; a first name; Arda River in Bulgaria; when I conjured up this word - which is close to the word for day - I vaguely remembered the Tolkien connection. My meaning for this word is one that I hope Tolkien fans would approve of)

This word has been revised. The current word for "light" is "ard". This posting is now longer current.

27 November 2005

yesterday is talen

talen = yesterday (Lhaesine pronunciation = TAH-lehn) (adverb, noun) (some things Google found for "talen": a common term; means "do care" or "languages" in Dutch - a frequent result; means "valleys" in German and Spanish; seems to mean "number" in Swedish; a last name; Talen's Forge is a D&D website; places or geographic features in Lithuania, Indonesia, Russian Federation, and India)

26 November 2005

the is ae

ae = the (Lhaesine pronunciation = AW) (some things Google found for "ae": a very common term; ae.com is American Eagle Outfiters; .ae is the Internet country code for United Arab Emirates; Titan A.E., where A.E. stands for "after earth", is a 2000 animated sci-fi movie; AE is Associated Engineering; "one" in "Chiefly Scots", as in Robert Burns poem and 2004 British film "Ae Fond Kiss"; user name; last part of name of a number of computer viruses; star AE Aurigae; initials of various people (and company founders) such as SF author A.E. van Vogt; AE is Amigos de la Egiptologia; AE is Advanced Energy; AE is After Effects; AE is Americana Exchange)

This word has been revised. The Lhaesine word for "the" is now "sa". This posting is no longer current.

25 November 2005

where is fale

fale = where (Lhaesine pronunciation = FAYL or FAIL) (adverb) (some things Google found for "fale": very common term; means "it speaks" in Portuguese; means "waves" in Polish; a Polynesian male first name; means "house" in Samoan; a last name; often saw pages with "Fale Conosco", which means "it speaks with us" in Portuguese, and perhaps translates to "how to contact us"; places or geographic features in Norway, Tuvalu, Niger, Chad, and Ethiopia)

24 November 2005

milk is usiy

usiy = milk (Lhaesine pronunciation = uh-SIGH) (some things Google found for "usiy": rare term in Google; possibly a name; term on Random Gibberish Generator page; misspelling of "using"; user name; perhaps something in Ukrainian or Russian)

This word admittedly looks a bit cryptic. I doubt many would pronounce it like in Lhaesine.

This word has been revised. The word for "milk" is now "sihe". This posting is no longer current.

23 November 2005

summer is atule

atule = summer (Lhaesine pronunciation = AH-tyool) (some things Google found for "atule": an uncommon term; USS Atule SS-403, a WWII submarine in Pacific; species name of Yellowtail Scad fish is Atule mate; an last name, African and also Domesday book English surname; a user name; according to a blog, "atule" is Sinhalese for "inside", which is a source for word "atoll" which means a ring like coral island with an interior lagoon; place or geographic feature in Nigeria; inspired by "Atul", an Indian programmer's first name)

This word has been revised. The Lhaesine word for "summer" is now "astan". This posting is no longer current.

22 November 2005

today is huec

huec = today (Lhaesine pronunciation = HUK, pronounced hook) (some things Google found for "huec": an uncommon term; HUEC stands for Human Ecology in Colleges; HUAC is Hospital Education Committee; HUEC is human umbilical vein endothelial cell cultures; a French last name; children's book Les Cinq Voyageurs Et L'Introvable Huec-Huec by Enid Blyton; HUEC is Hospital Universitário Evangélico de Curitiba in Brazil; means "fire" in Gascon, a dialect spoken in southwest France)

This word has been redone. The Lhaesine word for "today" is now "nalha". This posting is no longer current.

21 November 2005

tin is pext

pext = tin (Lhaesine pronunciation = PEKST, rhymes with next) (metal) (some things Google found for "pext": a common term; software engineer mentions PEXt (PEX Toolkit) library; Pext is a infinite abelian group of pure extensions to mathematicians; PEXT is acronym for Premises End Crosstalk; Promaxis RX with PEXT Lengthening Technology for penis enlargement; Pext is "unconsolidated soil material consisting largely of undecomposed, or only lightly decomposed, organic matter accumulated under conditions of excessive moisture"; Pext [x1 = 0|b2, . . . , bn]; MIT thermodynamics lecture mentions "area under a pext-V curve"; to a Stanford project to simulate clouds, pext is probability of extinction; variable in a multitude of computer code examples; apparently around 1050 A.D. Pext was the duke of the city of Antioch; my comment, Google results for this word contained an amazing amount of odd technological references)

This word has been revised. The word for "tin" is now "pexa". This posting is no longer current.

20 November 2005

road is soage

soage = road (Lhaesine pronunciation = SOH-ayg) (noun) (some things Google found for "soage": rare to uncommon to term in Google; soage.com is a web developers page; a Spanish last name; a misspelling of "sage" leaves in a bean soup recipe; bad misspelling of "storage"; a misspelling of "Osage", when referring to a type of plum and a county in Kansas)

This word has been revised, thrice. The word for "road" is now "soaha". This posting is no longer current.

19 November 2005

winter is sibbur

sibbur = winter (Lhaesine pronunciation = SIB-buhr) (some things Google found for "sibbur": an uncommon term; seems to mean "community" in Hebrew; a Russian company, I think; user name; another name for Sibpur, India in West Bengal; inspired by "Siberia", where it's plenty cold)

This word has been revised. The curent word for "winter" is "sibor". This posting is no longer current.

18 November 2005

wind is mose

mose = wind (MOHS) (a masculine first name, perhaps from Moses, such as in musician Mose Allison; Fort Mose Free African Settlement in Florida, established in 1738; Mose Halter tops for women; seems to be name "Moses" to Germans and Swedes; Mose Ambrose is a small community in Newfoundland; MOSe means Mozilla, Opera and Safari enhancement to CSS users; MOSE is Microsoft Office Specialist; a last name; a user name; places or geographic features in Germany, Malawi, Zambia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Japan, and Slovenia)

17 November 2005

coast is osret

osret = coast (OHS-ret) (rare to uncommon term in Google; Osret is Osservatorio Socio-religioso Triveneto in Italy; OSRET is an military acronym for Oversea Returnee; a last name)

16 November 2005

button is locyure

locyure = button (Lhaesine pronunciation = LOW-cure) (some things Google found for "locyure": an unique term!; Google asked "Did you mean: lecture"; inspired by name "Löscher", maker of the WWII bayonet that's in my writing box)

This word has been redone. The Lhaesine word for "button" is now "lodar". This posting is no longer current.

15 November 2005

woman is cina

cina = woman (Lhaesine pronunciation = KIN-uh) (some things Google found for "cina": a common term; means "China (the country)" in Italian; CINA is Chinese Information and Networking Association; CINA is Christliche InterNet-Arbeitsgemeinschaft in Germany; first name of a women in Sweden and Kenya; CINA is Canadian Intravenous Nurses Association; Swiss last name; wine cellar Cina in the Swiss village of Salgesch; Cina is a homeopathic remedy; CINA is The Cayman Islands Nurses Association; Cina Banatul Hotel in Timisoara, Romania; a place in Indonesia)

This word has been revised. The current word for "woman" is "caen". This posting is now longer current.

14 November 2005

sword is aqwin

aqwin = sword (Lhaesine pronunciation = AH-quin) (some things Google found for "aqwin": a rare to uncommon term; users names, notably in China; name of someone in Ramallah region near Israel; Aqwin Militia, dangerous warlords in Somalia; French-Canadian ripsaw music called Equoine, pronounced Aqwin; AQWIN is acquisitions and management KARDEX to Library Almeida Garrett in Portugal; AQWin is Datenübertragungssoftware Management Software in Germany; referred to by suck on this spambots)

This word has been revised. The Lhaesine word for "sword" is now "acwin". This posting is no longer current.

13 November 2005

shoes are halsar

halsar = shoes (Lhaesine pronunciation = HAHL-sar) (some things Google found for "halsar": an uncommon term; means "throats" or "necks" in Swedish, and "necks of land" are also called "halsar"; last name of an Russian immigrant in Nebraska in 1891; There are 15,000 Halsar people in India, their religion is Hinduism and their language is Kannada; Halsar is scheduled caste in India, but I'm confused as to what that means; Halsar is a place in Iceland in Skorradalur; Royal Hospital Halsar and Halsar Marina in Gosport, Hampshire, UK, (Gosport is near Portsmouth))

This word has been revised. The Lhaesine word for "shoe" is now "halas", which would make "shoes" be "halasur". This posting is no longer current.

12 November 2005

bad is rhaet

rhaet = bad (Lhaesine pronunciation = RRHOT) (some things Goodle found for "rhaet": an uncommon to rare term; Rhaetian is a geologic age in the Triassic period of the Mesozoic, often mentions a sandstone from that age; 99% of references seem to be in German, also spelled Rhät; in Library Dewey decimal system 450 is "Italian, Romanisn, Rhaet-Romanic language", the "Rhaet-Romanic" category is closer related to French than Spanish or Italian; users' names; I like that the pronunciation is like "rot")

This word has been revised. The Lhaesine word for "bad" is now "rhac". This posting is no longer current.

11 November 2005

valley is firule

firule = valley (Lhaesine pronunciation = FIH-rool) (noun) (some things Google found for "firule": an uncommon to rare term; a street in the Netherlands; Firule Clinical Hospital Center in Split, Croatia; definition somewhat inspired by "feral", though I'm also aware that similar word "ferule" is "switch (a stick or cane or flat paddle) used to punish children")

This word has been revised. The Lhaesine word for "valley" is now "fira". This posting is no longer current.

10 November 2005

door is thiba

thiba = door (Lhaesine pronunciation = THIH-buh) (some things Google found for "thiba": an uncommon term; an African or Indian last name; nickname of a Brazilian soccer player; a first name; an ancient Greek city; Thiba palace is in Ratnagiri city in India, build by British; a river in Kenya; means "shutdown", as for a computer, in Sesotho in South Africa; name "Ozija Thiba" means "Bearspaw" to Blackfoot Indians; Thiba, Tunesia has WWII cemetery; an Arabic Girls' name)

This word has been revised. The Lhaesine word for "door" is now "tieba". This posting is no longer current.

09 November 2005

dark is roda

roda = dark (Lhaesine pronunciation = ROE-duh) (some things Google found for "roda": a common term; roda is "ground" in French; "wheel" or "circle" in Portuguese, and a Afro-Brazilian art dance form; "stem" in Spanish; Roda is a old fishing village and resort on Corfu island, Greece; the Roda Group is a venture capital firm based in California; RODA Manufacturing, Inc. of Iowa has farm equipment like manure spreaders; The Roda Shoe Clip from the Netherlands protects your shoe heels; RODA is the Romanian Social Data Archive; Roda de Ter, in Barcelona provinvce; a last name, Catalan origin, also Greek or German origin; El Roda, growers and exporters of fruit and Vegetables in Egypt; Roda JC is a Dutch soccer team; Nea Roda, Perfecture Chalkidiki, District Central Macedonia is ancient Greek site; Graphical system Hiberaar Roda, or Hiberian script, an alphabet; Rawdah Island, also known as Roda, in Cairo, Egypt; I was sort of thinking of using "foda", but found out that that had a crude meaning (the F-word) in Portuguese)

This word has been revised. The Lhaesine word for "dark" is now "nire". This posting is no longer current.

08 November 2005

candle is gimcin

gimcin = candle (Lhaesine pronunciation = GIHM-kin) (some things Goggle found for "gimcin": a very rare term, only three hits in Google, two were "suck on this spambots" and the other looked like output from RWG, random word generator)

This word has been revised. The word for "candle" is now "micla".

07 November 2005

bridge is paltur (redone)

paltur = bridge (Lhaesine pronunciation = PAHL-tur, doesn't rhyme with falter) (some things Google found for "paltur": a rare term; a German garden and landscaping company; the name of a boy in someone's Star Wars fan writing; a German last name; Pultur S.R.L. is a restaurant in Palinuro, Italy; Webdesign Paltur in Germany)

I had second-thoughts about the previous word for "bridge".

This word has been revised. The Lhaesine word for "brige" is now "palta". This posting is no longer current.

06 November 2005

no is lha

lha = no (Lhaesine pronunciation = LHUH) (some things Google found for "lha": a common term; a computer freeware file archiving and compression utility and associated file format .LHA; LHA is Local Housing Allowance, and a leading housing and regeneration agency in the UK; LHA is The US Navy hull classification symbol for general purpose amphibious assault ships of the Tarawa class; LHA is Louisiana Hospital Association; WW2 LHA is World War 2 Living History Association; LHA is The London Hostels Association; LHA.DE is stock symbol for DT.LUFTHANSA N and LHA:GR is Deutsche Lufthansa AGm; a user name; LHA Bookstore in UK; seems to be part of Tibetan names; LHA is Lincoln Highway Association; LHA Pty Ltd (Australia) provides export marketing assistance in the fields of consumer products and general merchandise)

This word has been revised. The Lhaesine word for "no" is now "lih". This posting is no longer current.

05 November 2005

yes is aez

aez = yes (AWZ, pronounced like "Oz") (common term in Google; AEZ is the stock symbol for American Oil & Gas Inc.; AEZ.TO is stock symbol for Aeterna Zentaris Inc.; W32/Rbot-AEZ is a computer worm virus; AEZ Scrapbooking supplies; German company AEZ Leichtmetallräder sells alloy wheels; AEZ is Amper Einkaufs Zentrum; AEZ fonts made by Anastacia E. Zittel; in India, AEZ is Agri-Export Zone; in Tucson, AEZ is Airport Environs Zone; part of students' last name in Israel, looks Arabic to me; to International Atomic Energy Agency, AEZ is Agro-Ecological Zoning)

04 November 2005

beer is foly

foly = beer (Lhaesine pronuciation = FOE-lee) (some things Google found for "foly": an unusual term; band Beta Foly creates new African music; stage name of French modern swing musician Liane Foly; a spanish first name; Foly! is the title of CD by Habib Koite & Bamada of the African country of Mali; Jali Foly Festival in Paris in 2004 of black culture; a French Last name; Foly surname reached England following the Norman Conquest of 1066, name comes from Old English fall, which indicates someone living near a waterfall or meadow, or from the area of Falaise, Normandy; user names; Défi Foly is Foly Challenge in Quebec and France, ski down slope and cross lake; inspired by words "holy" and "folly")

This word has been revised. The word for "beer" is now "folin". This posting is no longer current.

03 November 2005

good is nove

nove = good (Lhaesine pronunciation = NOV, rhymes with stove) (some things Google found for "nove": a very common term; Nove is an Italian restaraunt in Australia; Delta Nove is a band from California that blends genres; NOVE is Nederlandse Organisatie Voor de Energiebranche; means "nine" in Italian and Portuguese; means "novate" in Spanish; "nové" means "new" in Czech; Nove is also called Kirovograd, Ukraine; Nove Zamky is a modern town in the southwest of Slovakia; Nové Zámky, also in Slovakia; ceramics from Nove and Bassano; a last name; inspired somewhat by "November", "nova", and "novel")

02 November 2005

coal is dagar

dagar = coal (Lhaesine pronunciation = DAH-gahr) (some things Google found for "dagar": a very common term; Dagar family plays Dhrupad music in India; a last name; user names; Dagar the Invincible was a Sword and sorcery comic hero; means "days" in Swedish and Icelandic; names of cities in Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nigeria and Afghanistan)

01 November 2005

small is woxe

woxe = small (Lhaesine pronunciation = WOKES) (some things Google found for "woxe": an uncommon term; a user name; a Creek Indian first name; means "grew" in Middle English, found in texts such as The Faerie Queene by Edmund Spenser (1596) and Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer; means "bury in a hole or grave" in Hotcâk, which is an American Indian language)

This word has been revised. The Lhaesine word for "small" is now "wese". This posting is no longer current.