30 June 2006

tail is molage

molage = tail (MOH-layg) (noun) (some things Google found for "molage": a rare term; a Rue du Molage is a street in Aigle, Switzerland; Molage is a French generic environment of visualization and handling of dynamic objects in computer science; MolAge is the number of years since the molecule was first launched when referring to pharmaceuticals; maybe a misspelling of medical term "moulage" which are 3-D models to show anatomic structures; a last name in West New Britain; misspelling of "mileage"; user names; appears on Chinese webpages; a place in Mozambique)

29 June 2006

wax is miga (revisited)

miga = wax (Lhaesine pronunciation = MIH-guh) (noun) (some things Google found for "miga": a very common term; MIGA stands for Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency, part of World Band Group; a last name; MIGA is Medical Insurance Group Australia; MIGA is Minnesota Indian Gaming Association; a first name; MIGA is Mid-Infrared Galaxy Atlas; MIGA Motor Company makes Shape Memory Alloy (SMA) devices; Miga Solutions helps sell used medical equipment; Miga - Micro Galaxy International Co. Ltd.- of Taiwan sells PCs; Miga Lake in Victoria, Australia; means "couch, den, lair, nest" in Latvian; means "crumb" in Spanish; name of places in Nigeria and Turkey)

The previous Lhaesine word for "wax" was "miva".

28 June 2006

house is alna

alna = house (Lhaesine pronunciation = AHLN-uh) (noun) (some things Google found for "alna": a common term; Alna is a Baltic area based IT services company; historic town of Alna in Maine; Alna is group for Alcohol and drug prevention in workplaces in Sweden; Alna is a borough of the city of Oslo, Norway; a user name; "alna niking" means "come and learn" in mandinka, a language of Senegal; means "alder", a type of tree, in Esperanto; means "frost" in Lithuanian)

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 This posting is no longer current.

27 June 2006

butter is sifer

sifer = butter (Lhaesine pronunciation = SIH-fer) (noun) (some things Google found for "sifer": an uncommon term; Sifer Design in UK; Sifer is a Massachusetts band blending "heavy rock with metal and tribal influences"; user names; SIFER is an International Railway Industry Exhibition; Sifer's Valomilk candy cups have milk chocolate outside and a liquid marshmallow filling; Sifer is a real estate company in Bulgaria; misspelling of "shifter"; a last name; Sifer Mortgage of Florida; Sifer Group Inc. in Supply Management; "šifer" means something in Czech)

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

26 June 2006

grass is yolne

yolne = grass (Lhaesine pronunciation = YOHLN) (noun) (some things Google found for "yolne": a rare term; part of a name; user names, maybe something in Turkish; misspelling of last name "Yolen"; appears on "Suck on this, spam bots!"; on gobbledygook pages)

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

25 June 2006

silver is teiza (revisited)

teiza = silver (Lhaesine pronunciation = TEE-zuh) (metal) (some things Google found for "teiza": an uncommon to rare term; user names; a last name, notably political activist Ye Teiza from Burma or Myanmar; the "Teiza" is a modern Japanese classic chair designed in 1960 by Daisaku Choh)

My previous Lhaesine word for "silver" was "tizaet". The word for "silvery", the color and adjective, will be "teizaet".

This word has been revised again. The word for "silver" is now "tirsa". This posting is no longer current.

24 June 2006

golden is arasaet

arasaet = golden (ah-RAHS-awt) (adjective) (some things Google found for "arasaet": a very rare term; means something in Tokpisin or Tok Pisin, which is a Melanesian Pidgin spoken in Queensland Australia and Papua New Guinea)

Note - the Lhaesine word for gold is "aras".

23 June 2006

bitter is naes

naes = bitter (Lhaesine pronunciation = NAWCE) (adjective) (some things Google found for "naes": a common term; NAES stands for National Association of Episcopal Schools; NAES is North American Energy Services; NAES is Native American Educational Services, NAES College is in Chicago; NAES is National Association for Ethnic Studies; NAES stands for National Annenberg Election Survey; NAES is Naval Air Engineering Station; NAES is Nordic Association for English Studies; NAES is Nevada Agricultural Experiment Station; a last name; user names; NAES stands for North American Equine Services; Næs Iron Works Museum in Norway; places in Denmark and Faroe Islands) 

22 June 2006

green is wale (revisited)

wale = green (Lhaesine pronunciation = WAIL) (adjective) (color) (some things Google found for "wale": a very common term; a last name, notably English painter Samuel Wale (ca. 1721-1786); Wale Apparatus co. glassworking and laboratory supplies; user name; a ridge or bump raised on the flesh as by a lash or blow - a weal; means "whales" in German; a first name, notably musician Wale Oyejide alias Science Fiction; WALE stands for Washington Association of Library Employees; in Indian food Mattar Wale Chawal is Stir-Fried Peas with Rice; Wale Corduroy fabric; means "choice, choose, select" in Scottish; means "that, those" in Swahili; places in Sierra Leone, Poland, Pakistan; island in Cook Islands)

Small change to this Lhaesine word, previous word was "zale".

This word has been revised again. The word for "green" is now "daela". This posting is no longer current.

21 June 2006

cow is heor (redone)

heor = cow (Lhaesine pronunciation = HEH-ohr) (noun) (some things Google found for "heor": an uncommon term; HEOR stands for Health Economics and Outcomes Research; user names; a last name; misspelling of "hero"; in physics HEOR stands for high-energy octupole resonance)

20 June 2006

deep is soara

soara = deep (Lhaesine pronunciation = SOH-ruh) (adjective) (some things Google found for "soara": an uncommon term; SOARA stands for South Orange Amateur Radio Association in California; a single-name Japanese porn star; SOARA stands for Stream of Alarms Reduction Architecture for Internet network security; Saora Inc. is an information management products and services company headquartered in Japan; a feminine first name, notably actress Soara-Joye Ross; user names; several female characters by artists on Elfwood; RC Aero Soara A is an aircraft model kit; SOARA Process of Integrative Thinking; SOARA stands for Special Operations Aviation Regiment Airborne)

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

19 June 2006

prophecy is athesa

athesa = prophecy (Lhaesine pronunciation = ahth-ES-uh) (noun) (some things Google found for "athesa": a rare term; user names; a last name that is likely French; former French tech company ATHESA-CISI; a Bard character on The Camelot Herald; a female first name)

18 June 2006

frost is biifun (revisited)

biifun = frost (Lhaesine pronunciation = BYE-fuhn) (noun) (some things Google found for "biifun": a rare term; Japaneese term for Chinese rice vermicelli noodles; user name)

This word has been revised. The word for "frost" is now "beyan". This posting is no longer current.

17 June 2006

long is bayan

bayan = long (BAH-yahn) (adjective) (some things Google found for "bayan": a very common term; BAYAN stands for Bagong Alyansang Makabayan, which means New Patriotic Alliance, a pro-democracy organization in the Philippines; Bayan Muna, which means People First, is a political party in the Philippines; a Russian accordion; Bayan Investment Company of Kuwait; Bayan Telecommunications of the Philippines; the Bab's Persian Bayan is scriptural writings; a last name; Bayán Association of Honduras for social and economic development; place Bayan-Olgiy in Mongolia; Bayan Palace is the main palace of the Amir of Kuwait; Bayan is a Kurdish feminine first name; means "town" in Tagalog; places in Chad, Turkey, Guinea, Philippines, Mongolia, Indonesia, China, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Mali, Ecuador, Kuwait, and Afghanistan)

16 June 2006

blue is zure (revisited)

zure = blue (Lhaesine pronunciation = ZOOR) (adjective) (color) (some things Google found for "zure": a common term; blog titled "Tokyo Tsure Zure Gusa" and book Idle Jottings: Zen Reflections from the Tsure-Zure Gusa of Yoshido Kenko; means "your" in Basque, a frequent result; user names; "Zure Plavac Mali" is a dry red wine produced and cultivated in the family cellar of Ive Batistic Zure in Croatia; a last name; Hotel Zure Echea in Necochea, Argentina; YuGiOh card for fiend "Zure, Knight of Dark World"; Zure Etxea is a restaurant in Barcelona, Spain; means "acid" in Dutch)

Previous word for blue was "vure". I'm dropping the letter "v" from Lhaesine.

This word has been redone, twice. The word for "blue" is now "rima". This posting is no longer current.

15 June 2006

shadow is inara (redone)

inara = shadow (Lhaesine pronunciation = ih-NAH-ruh) (noun) (some things Google found for "inara": a common term; a feminine first name, notably a high class courtesan character Inara Serra on Firefly and singer/songwriter Inara George; Inara Press offers Romantic books; Inara Organic Body care; Inara is a mid-Eastern Arab lighting products company; Inara was the Hittite protector goddess of all wild animals except dragons which she had a tendency to obliterate; user names)

14 June 2006

pain is nazan

nazan = pain (Lhaesine pronunciation = NAH-zahn) (noun) (some things Google found for "nazan": an uncommon to common term; a feminine first name, notably Turkish pop music singer/songwriter Nazan Öncel and Turkish actress Nazan Kirilmis; The Nazan Bay Inn on Aleutian island of Atka and place Nazan both in Alaska; user names; a last name, Indian musician Aziz Nazan; place Bai Nazan, Takhar, Afghanistan; a place in Iran)

This word has been changed - see comments. The word for "pain" is now "nazult". This posting is no longer current.

13 June 2006

mud is fuhe (revisited)

fuhe = mud (Lhaesine pronunciation = FYOOH) (noun) (some things Google found for "fuhe": an uncommon term; Shanghai Fuhe Wire Mesh Co.,Ltd. and Zhoucun Fuhe Steel Shot Co., Ltd. both of China; a last name, notably pilot Wang Fuhe who was selected to be a Chinese Astronaut or Taikonaut; FuHe Neolithic Chinese culture or Fuhe River Culture of 4000-3000 BC; Lufeng Fuhe Industrial Co., Ltd of China; In an Australian paper on birds and grazing FUHE stands for Fuscous Honeyeater; Taipei County Fuhe Middle School in Taiwan; a masculine first name that's almost certainly Chinese; FUHE stands for First Union Home Equity Bank, N.A., of Charlotte, North Carolina; places in China)

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

12 June 2006

last is islir (redone)

islir = last (Lhaesine pronunciation = IH-slir) (adjective) (some things Google found for "islir": an uncommon to rare term; a masculine character on action game PlanetSide; a misspeling of "Islip" in New York state; appears on The Library of Babel; at Penn State ISLIR stands for Information Sciences and Technology for Labor and Industrial Relations minor)

My previous Lhaesine word for "last" was "wistir".

11 June 2006

wine is sefun (revisited)

sefun = wine (SEH-fuhn) (noun) (some things Google found for "sefun": a rare term; SeFun project, Semiotic Product Functions, is part of the industrial design research programme of the Academy of Finland; sefun calls in destructed objects regarding LDMud driver; user names; sefun.net is a Chinese language web site perhaps dealing with music; means "appeasement" in Icelandic; according to a forum posting "sufun" means "seven" in Proto-Norse)

10 June 2006

market is beldan

beldan = market (BEHLD-an) (noun) (some things Google found for "beldan": an uncommon term; Alco Beldan Ltd is a UK company for moveable walls and sliding folding partitions; Beldan's Fire is a fantasy book by Midori Snyder; Beldan GmbH & CO. or Beldan Raumsysteme is a German partitions company; a last name, probably English; a feminine first name; a masucline first name of English origin; Beldan is a Ranger RPG figure from Reaper Miniatures; user names; character names; something in Spanish, maybe a conjugation of verb "to winnow"; a location in Warsaw Poland; a place in Turkey)

09 June 2006

crown is ecalde

ecalde = crown (Lhaesine pronunciation = EH-kayld) (noun) (some things Google found for "ecalde": a rare term; user names; a last name that's likely Spanish; possibly means something in Italian)

08 June 2006

many is misren

misren = many (Lhaesine pronunciation = MIH-srehn) (adjective) (some things Google found for "misren": a rare term; user names; was a former Chinese .com site; a last name; name of a EverQuest character; may mean something in Swedish or Norwegian)

07 June 2006

island is asce

asce = island (Lhaesine pronunciation = AYSK) (noun) (some things Google found for "asce": a very common term; ASCE stands for American Society of Civil Engineers, an overwhelming result, among other things they host the National Concrete Canoe Competition; ASCE stands for Sydney Air-Shower Core Experiment of University of Sydney in Australia; ASCE Ab Ltd. is a marine rescue system company in Finland; ASCE stands for Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy; ASCE Networks is a IP technology company headquartered in Maryland; user name)

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

06 June 2006

lion is holan

holan = lion (HOH-lahn) (noun) (animal) (some things Google found for "holan": a common term; a last name, notably Czech poet Vladimír Holan (1905 - 1980) and former NHL hockey player Milos Holan; HOLAN Engineering of Arkansas; Jerri Holan & Associates architects; Holan Mountains National Natural Reserve in the northwestern China; user name; means "salt" in Cornish; places in Turkey, Burma, and Iran)

05 June 2006

wolf is hiifar (revisited)

hiifar = wolf (Lhaesine pronunciation = HIGH-fahr) (noun) (animal) (some things Google found for "hiifar": a nearly unique term, only one occurrence and it was part of a gobbledygook series of similar letter combinations)

Changed one letter in this Lhaesine word, changed "v" to "f".

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

04 June 2006

bed is nar

nar = bed (Lhaesine pronunciation = NAR) (noun) (some things Google found for "nar": a very common term; NAR stands for National Association of Realtors; NAR stands for National Association of Rocketry; NAR stands for Nucleic Acids Research; Nar-Anon for family and friends of someone with a drug addiction; NAR is the Nordic Amateur Theatre Council of Scandinavia; a first name, likely masculine; The Jackal of Nar is a fantasy book by John Marco; user name; means "jester, buffoon, clown" in Afrikaans; means "pomegranate" in Croatian, Serbian (Latin Script), and Turkish; means "fool, jester in Danish; means "little, small" in Eskimo; means "God forbid" in Gaelic and Scottish; means "vein" in Kashmiri; means "fire" in Lebanese and Maltese; means "flame, are" in Quenya; means "whereby, as" in Taiwanese (Transliterated); means "to get stretched, intensity" in Tibetan (Transliterated); means "male" in Urdu (Transliterated); means "fool" in Yiddish (Transliterated); places in Afghanistan, Turkey, Ecuador, Tanzania, Somalia, Russian Federation, Pakistan, Sweden, and India)

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

03 June 2006

fifteen is aosit

aosit = fifteen (Lhaesine pronunciation = OW-sit) (adjective) (number) (some things Google found for "aosit": a rare term; a last name; means something in Albanian; found on a number of Chinese pages, many perhaps related to Aosite Stainless Steel Appliances Co Ltd of China; A.O.S.I.T. (Bangladesh) Ltd.; appears of Library of Babel; user name; appears on Suck on this, spam bots!)

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

02 June 2006

box is coya (revisited)

coya = box (Lhaesine pronunciation = COH-yuh) (noun) (some things Google found for "coya": an uncommon term; COYA stands for The Coptic Orthodox Youth Association; a feminine first name, notably former Minnesota congresswoman Coya Knutson whose name is short for Cornelia; to the Incas Coya meant Queen or very high-ranking woman; locality in central Chile; COYA stands for the Company of the Year Awards in Kenya; COYA sistemas of Argentina; Coya Cosmetics of Burma; a last name; user name; means "wedding" in Sardinian Campidanese); places in Chile, Spain, Mexico, Peru, Guinea, and Guatemala)

Shortened this Lhaesine word by dropping a letter.

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

01 June 2006

bell is fara (revisited)

fara = bell (FAH-ruh) (noun) (some things Google found for "fara": a very common term; FARA stands for F.A. Richard & Associates, Inc.; FARA stands for Foreign Agents Registration Act in United States; FARA stands for Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa; FARA is Friedreich's Ataxia Research Alliance; FARA stands for Amateur Radio Associations in Framingham, Fairfield, and Falmouth; a last name; FARA is Federation of Active Retirement Associations in Ireland; FARA Accessories of New Zealand sells jewelry; Fara (1999) is a movie from Russia; a feminine first name; FARA is Fútbol Against Racism in the Americas; FARA is a charity both working with orphaned children in Romania; means "cum, jizz" in Albanian; means "parsonage, rectory, vicarage, manse" in Czech; means "go, pass by, wend, pass" in Faroese; means "depart, exceed, go away, leave" in Icelandic; means "lighthouse, youngest child" in Malagasy; means "parish church" in Polish; means "hunt" in Quenya; means "devoid, wanting" in Romanian; means "poop, steerage, stern" in Serbian (Latin Script); means "rectory, manse" in Slovak; means "brimful, measure" in Swahili; means "danger, peril, go, travel, ride, hazard" in Swedish; places in Italy, Mali, Chad, Central African Republic, Burkina Faso, United Arab Emirates, Micronesia, Slovenia, Guinea-Bissau, and Jordan; ruins in Iraq and Israel; island in UK)

This word has been slightly revised. The word for "bell" is now "vara". This posting is no longer current.