30 April 2006

storm is aicra (redone)

aicra = storm (Lhaesine pronunciation = AY-kruh) (noun) (some things Google found for "aicra": an uncommon term; AICRA stands for The Automobile Insurance Cost Reduction Act of 1998 in New Jersey; user names; Aicra is an Indian company that sells Restoria hair products; AICRA stands for Aboriginal & Islander Community Resource Agency in Australia; AICRA stands for Association of the Cultural Identity of Roma in Argentina, a Romani rights group; AICRA stands for Alternating iterative crack reconstruction algorithm; AICRA Publishing of India)

This word has been revised. The new word for "storm" is "ahran". This posting is no longer current.

29 April 2006

glass is aniret

aniret = glass (Lhaesine pronunciation = ah-NIH-ret) (noun) (some things Google found for "aniret": a rare term; a feminine first name; a user name; Aniret stands for Asociación Nacional de Industriales de Redes de Telecomunicaciones A.C. of Mexico; name of character on The Camelot Herald that is a 21st level Norseman savage)

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 This posting is no longer current.

28 April 2006

hat is ridor

ridor = hat (Lhaesine pronunciation = RIH-dor) (noun) (some things Google found for "ridor": an uncommon term; Ridor is a controversial gay deaf blogger; user names; misspelling of "rider"; Ridor Fuels Ltd. of Canada; part of "corridor" when spelling is fractured; Ridor Reefsuits of Australia)

27 April 2006

cattle is belur (redefined)

belur = cattle (BEH-ler) (plural noun) (some things Google found for "belur": an uncommon term; Belur is a town in Southern India, ancient capital of the Hoysala empire that has some awesome temples; Belur Math is a religious abbey and shrines near Calcutta India; a first and last name, both likely Indian; Belur: The Dead God's World is a AD&D role-playing adventure milieu; means "welt up" in Indonesian)

This is a redefined word. Previously "belur" was the Lhaesine word for "water", but I was pronouncing "belur" wrong, given my spelling.

26 April 2006

clean is irole

irole = clean (Lhaesine pronunciation = IH-role) (adjective) (some things Google found for "irole": an uncommon term; in programming Java IRole defines the interface for a group as defined from the builder; a last name; a known asset to IRS; "E ku irole" means "good evening" in Yoruba, a language of Nigeria; a place in Tanzania, an area in Somalia)

25 April 2006

fox is saogar

saogar = fox (Lhaesine pronunciation = SOW-gahr) (noun) (animal) (some things Google found for "saogar": a rare term; a word that appears on a number of German language pages but I'm unable to translate it; possibly a last name)

24 April 2006

milk is sihe (redone)

sihe = milk (Lhaesine pronunciation = SIGHH) (noun) (some things Google found for "sihe"; an uncommon term; SIHE stands for Swansea Institute of Higher Education in Wales; SIHE Professional Hair Care products; Beijing Sihe hotel was built during the Qing Dynasty (before 1911); user names; a Chinese masculine first name; a Chinese last name; Sihe Bridge in Beijing, formerly known as Huaxiang Bridge; On WorldForge Internet role playing game project Sihe-Naas are humanoid creatures; Sihe mine is one of China's largest and most modern coal mines; Sihe Machine Co. of Hanzhou China; Shanghai Sihe Wood Co., Ltd of China; SIHE stands for Spontaneous Intramural Hematoma of the Esophagus; SIHE stands for Southern Indiana Higher Education, Inc.; places in China and Mexico)

23 April 2006

true is cexe

cexe = true (Lhaesine pronunciation = KEEKS) (adjective) (some things Google found for "cexe": an uncommon term; CExe.exe is a computer packer compressor utility sometimes used by trojan viruses; user names; CEXe, cExe, and CeXe are a variable names in algorithms; "cexa, cexe" means "sacred ceremony, rite, right, reward" in Etruscan, which I find interesting; part of the name of a Basenji show dog)

22 April 2006

spice is mayet

mayet = spice (Lhaesine pronunciation = MAH-yeht) (noun) (some things Google found for "mayet": an uncommon term; Hôtel Mayet on rue Mayet in Paris France; Greek name of Egyptian goddess Maát, patroness of harmony, justice, truth and cosmic order; user names; a last name; town in Loire valley area of France; town "Le Mayet-de-Montagne" in Auvergne area of France; Mayet was a ancient Egyptian young woman of royalty who had a gold bead necklace; Mayet Information Systems is a Canadian IT developer and service provider; Ingram-Mayet Financial Recruitment of London; Le Mans-Mayet Transmitter is a television transmission tower in France; place "Haie Mayet" in Belgium; means "strong" in Ivatan, a language of the Batanes Islands in the northern reaches of the Philippines; a place in the Philippines)

21 April 2006

ice is uira

uira = ice (Lhaesine pronunciation = YOO-ruh) (noun) (some things Google found for "uira": an uncommon term; UIRA project aims at building an OpenSource vector animation Authoring Environment, UIRA is an acronym for "UIRA Isn't a Recursive Acronym"; Uira is the Polynesian god of lightning; Te Uira Associates of New Zealand are Maori research specialists; UIRA stands for United Indian Rodeo Association; UIRA stands for University of Iowa Retirees Association and University of Idaho Retirees Association; user names; Uira Paco is a place in northwestern Brazil; Te Aponga Uira is a government enterprise for electricity on the island of Rarotonga in Cook Islands; a first name in Brazil; means "flash, gleam, lightning, sparkle" in Maori)

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

20 April 2006

comb is seld

seld = comb (Lhaesine pronunciation = SELD) (noun) (some things Google found for "seld": an uncommon term; SELD stands for Supporting Evidence for Local Delivery, a UK government pilot to help people working in neighbourhood renewal; SELD courses (and Department) for Education at University of South Carolina Upstate Campus; a last name; misspelling of "self"; in game The Eternal City name of a riverside town; selD is a gene name; Organization SELD St John of God Centre in Kerala India; misspelling of "sled"; means "girl, maid" in Sindarin; means "bookcase, dresser, sideboard" in Welsh)

19 April 2006

bright is jeima

jeima = bright (Lhaesine pronunciation = JEE-muh) (adjective) (some things Google found for "jeima": a rare term; a Chinese language website showing auditorium seats, probably a seat manufacturer; a feminine first name; Jeima stands for Jogos de Educação Infantil e Meio Ambiente in Manaus Brazil, which translates as Games of Infantile Education and Environment; Jeima is a place in the Brong Ahafo region of Ghana; company Electrodomesticos Jeima in Arteixo in northern Spain; a user name) 

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

18 April 2006

amulet is tocage

tocage = amulet (Lhaesine pronunciation = TOH-kayg) (noun) (some things Google found for "tocage": a rare term; Japanese site ToCaGe Search; a French typography term also spelled "toquage"; SCAF Tocage Stade amateur football club in Central African Republic; a last name; a talking chameleon on computer game for Sega Saturn called Virus; name of a typhoon)

17 April 2006

secret is lisred (revisited)

lisred = secret (LIH-sred) (adjective) (some things Google found for "lisred": a rare term; a misspelling of "listed"; user names)

Dropped one letter. My previous Lhaesine word for "secret" had too many consonants in the middle of the word.

16 April 2006

belt is reula

reula = belt (Lhaesine pronunciation = RUU-luh) (noun) (some things Google found for "reula": an uncommon term; a last name likely Spanish in origin, notably physicist Dr. Oscar A. Reula; Puente de la Reula is a suspension bridge in Catalunya Spain completed in 1984; "Jan De La Reula, Mon Amic" is a song on CD "Polyphonic Songs Of The Bearn Province Vol. 2", Bearn province is in southwestern France; means "European treefrog" in Sardinian (Campidanese))

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

15 April 2006

winter is sibuln (revisited)

sibuln = winter (Lhaesine pronunciation = SIH-buhln) (noun) (season) (some things Google found for "sibuln": a very rare term, two results; close to the spelling of the surname "Sibulan"; appears on a garbled PDF file)

Added a "l" to this Lhaesine word so that it wouldn't rhyme with my word for "rain".

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

14 April 2006

coin is arex

arex = coin (AH-reks) (noun) (some things Google found for "arex"; an uncommon term; AREX Inc, is a Canadian Internet access and computer related services company; AREX stands for the ARabidopsis Gene EXpression Database; AREX International (New Zealand) Limited is an exporter of food and beverage to Asia; Arex is an automotive equipment company in the Netherlands; Arex is Serbian company that makes marzipan sweets; AB AREX is a Swedish manufacturer of plastic equipment for industry; AREX Picardie of France; Arex GmbH ofGermany sells hair products; AXEX stands for Assessoria de Relações Externas of Brazil; on Star Trek: The Animated Series Lieutenant Arex is an alien Starfleet officer assigned to the U.S.S. Enterprise as ship's Navigator; a masculine first name; AREX is several different Polish companies; user names; Arex is a 1983 computer game)

13 April 2006

wax is miva

miva = wax (Lhaesine pronunciation = MIH-vuh) (noun) (some things Google found for "miva": a very common term; stock symbol on NASDAQ for Miva, Inc. of online marketing services; MIVA stands for Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association; Hotel Miva in Bratislava, Slovakia; MIVA stands for Mission Vehicle Association in Poland; a place in Queensland, Australia)

This word has been revised. The new word for "wax" is "miga". This posting is no longer current.

12 April 2006

young is taela

taela = young (TAW-luh) (adjective) (some things Google found for "taela": Taela Apartments in San Cassiano in South Tyrol area of Italy; a place in Mozambique; user names; Nuova TAELA S.p.A. of Milano Italy produces designer clothes; means "winter" in Mokshan, a Finno-Ugric language of Mordovia and Russia; in a story on Elfwood Taela is a Valkyrie character who lost her wings; Taela Tantsukool of Estonia; a feminine first name from Australia; a last name in Mozambique; a city in fantasy book Raven's Shadow by Patricia Briggs)

11 April 2006

shrine is niqwen (revisited)

niqwen = shrine (Lhaesine pronunciation = NIH-kwen) (noun) (some things Google found for "niqwen": a nearly unique term; appears on a gobbledygook page)

Shortened this Lhaesine word by one letter.

This word has been revised. The new word for "shrine" is "nicwen". This posting is no longer current.

10 April 2006

chair is nihade

nihade = chair (Lhaesine pronunciation = NIH-hayd) (noun) (some things Google found for "nihade": a rare term; appears on a number of web pages from Bosnia and Herzegovina; a rare female first name that seems to be German in origin; user names; possibly words in Turkish and Kurdish)

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

09 April 2006

table is nahar

nahar = table (Lhaesine pronunciation = NAH-hahr) (noun) (some things Google found for "nahar": a common term; An-Nahar is a newspaper from Lebanon; Nahar Group is manufacturer of Punjab, India; Nahar Systems of trucking business software; Nahar Foundations develops and sells properties in Chennai India; a last name; Nahar Cattle Company of Australia; Nahar Tourism Oasis in Ibra operated by Empty Quarter Tours of Oman; Nahar Group of Hotels in India; Nahar is the legendary horse ridden by Oromë in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Silmarillion; Al-Nahar International Company sells office equipment in Kuwait; a masculine Arabian name meaning "day"; a feminine name in Bangladesh; means "lunch" in Azeri or Azerbaijani language; means "river" in Hebrew (Transliterated); means "to snore" in Maltese; means "food" in Turkmen; places in Israel, Yemen, Iran, Pakistan, and India)

This word has been redone. The new word for "table" is "madec". This posting is no longer current.

08 April 2006

cloth is tebin

tebin = cloth (TEH-bihn) (noun) (some things Google found for "tebin": an uncommon term; a last name which seems to be French, Polish, Russian, or Ukrainian; a place in Burma; user names; in Japanese martial arts a tebin is a stick positioned across the shoulders which was originally used to hang buckets from; Tebin Power Station in Egypt; a tebin is half cabin/half tent in a camp; a first name in India; seems to be a word in a language of Somalia; means "a smell" in a conlang called Denden; Ido-tebin is a possibly hazardous chemical)

07 April 2006

four is srin (revisited)

srin = four (Lhaesine pronunciation = SRIHN) (adjective, noun) (number) (some things Google found for "srin": an uncommon term; a first name that is perhaps Indian or Bangla; user names; Srin-po is a class of Tibetan gods that are flesh colored ghouls and vampires; S.R.I.N. stands for Société des Régates de l'Île de Noirmoutier (a "Company of the Regattas") in France;  Brag-srin-mo is the ancestral goddess of Tibet; Hindi singers SRIN; SRIN stands for Staffordshire Research and Information Network in UK; character "wysardess" Srin Yan Tai in book Lord Brother by Carolyn Kephart; SRIN stands for Sea Rescue Institute of Namibia; means "barbarous, savage, vampire, worm" in Tibetan (Transliterated))

06 April 2006

salt is nore

nore = salt (Lhaesine pronunciation = NOHR) (noun) (some things Google found for "nore"; a very common term; N.O.R.E. (Niggaz On (the) Run Eatin') is a Def Jam rap music artist; a user name; a last name; River Nore in Ireland; Mutiny at the Nore in 1797 which was a Royal Navy anchorage in the Thames Estuary; Nore Barn Woods in Maisemore Gardens, Emsworth, UK; Ilse-Nore Tromm was an Swedish actress; the Royal Nore is the official Royal barge on the River Thames; NORE DNA motif; means "mouth" in Mòoré, a language of Burkina Faso; places in Norway, Papua New Guinea, Namibia, Sweden, Russia, Azerbaijan, Mozambique, and Burkina Faso)

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

05 April 2006

right is cebat (redone)

cebat = right (Lhaesine pronunciation = KEH-baht) (adjective) (direction) (some things Google found for "cebat": a rare term; CEBAT stands for Centro De Estudios Básicos Atlas (Basic Training Center Atlas) in Spain; C.E.BAT stands for Chablais Etudes BATiment, a company doing structural work in France; name of a female character in an artist's gallery; user name; C.E.B.A.T. S.r.l. Costruzioni Elettriche Bassa Alta Tensione (Constructions Electricians Low High tension) in Italy; C.E.B.A.T. stands for Club Européen de la Bourse aux Timbres, a stamp collectors group of Strasbourg, France; CEBAT stands for Community Emergency Business Action Team in Claremont, California; a last name, likely French)

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

04 April 2006

here is melor

melor = here (Lhaesine pronunciation = MEH-lor) (adverb) (some things Google found for "melor": an uncommon term; melor.com features photography and Photoshop projects and MELOR antenna position encoder; speak with Melor Stonehoof in Thunder Bluff is a quest in World of Warcraft game; St Melor Surgery in Amesbury UK; a last name which can be German and Georgian; a masculine first name that can be Celtic and Russian (Georgian?); user names; "Melor Famagal" is a musical composition favored by a Ferengi trader on a show of Star Trek: TNG; St Melor's Well is a Holy Well or Sacred Spring in Cornwall, England; typhoon name in Pacific; Melor's Apparel has designer muslimah wear in Malaysia; "Bunga Melor" is a song by Siti Nurhaliza; D'Melor Condominium in Cyberjaya in Malaysia)

03 April 2006

sun is zere

zere = sun (Lhaesine pronunciation = ZEER) (noun) (some things Google found for "zere": an uncommon to common term; Zere Real Estate Services, Inc. of New York; a first name, notably Crown Prince Zere Yacob of Ethiopia; a last name, notably USA comic artist Al Zere; user names; "De Zere Gnan" (after war) is an CD by Cote d'Ivoire female singer Fely; in slang German accent such as "Zere eez no excuse"; žere means "eats, guzzles" in Czech; perhaps means something in Dutch; places or geographic features in Central African Republic, Cote D'Ivoire, and Afghanistan)

02 April 2006

old is haran

haran = old (Lhaesine pronunciation = HAH-rahn) (adjective) (some things Google found for "haran": a very common term; a masculine biblical first name; ancient city of Mesopotamia in the Bible, now called Harran and in SE Asian Turkey; Haran Glass is a UK architectural glass company; a last name, seems to be Irish, Jewish, French, and Indian; D'Haran empire in Terry Goodkind's Sword of Truth fantasy books; Haran is a pop guitar songwriter; Wheel of Time character Shaidar Haran whose name means "Hand of the Dark" in the "Old Tongue"; means "glen, valley" in Basque; means "chieftain, hundred" in Quenya which is a J.R.R Tolkien conlang; places or geographic features in Sudan, Nigeria, Yemen, Azerbaijan, Iran, Pakistan, India, Turkey, South Africa, Djibouti, Finland, and Sweden)

01 April 2006

tower is sresa (revisited)

sresa = tower (Lhaesine pronunciation = SREH-suh) (noun) (some things Google found for "sresa"; an uncommon term; SRESA stands for Società Raccolta E Salvaguardia Arte (Society Collection And Safeguard Art) which deals with music copyright certification in Italy; misspelling of or alternate spelling of resort town Stresa which is in Lombardy, Italy; means "cherry" in Italian dialects Parmigiano and Reggiano; company Sresa Supplies is an importer/exporter in Malaysia; a user name)

My previous word for "tower" was "swesa". I'm changed this because I chose not to use the "sw" consonant combination in Lhaesine.