31 March 2007

above is beln (revisited)

beln = above (Lhaesine pronunciation = BEHLN) (adverb) (some things Google found for "beln": an uncommon term; "beln" seems to be a misspelling of the Spanish word "Belén" which translates to "Bethlehem"; BELN is a code for Dutch-speaking Belgium)

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 This posting is no longer current.

29 March 2007

concrete is piliran

piliran = concrete (Lhaesine pronunciation = pih-LIH-rahn) (noun, adjective) (some things Google found for "piliran": a rare term; first name of a Armsman character on The Camelot Herald; seems to mean something in Indonesian but I'm unable to translate it; a character on World of Warcraft)

27 March 2007

dress is tisele

tisele = dress (Lhaesine pronunciation = tih-SEEL) (noun) (some things Google found for "tisele": a rare term; a feminine first name; means something in Tsonga or Xitsonga which is a language of South Africa; means something in Romanian; means something in Estonian; a last name in Papua New Guinea and Sweden)

25 March 2007

card is soret

soret = card (Lhaesine pronunciation = SAW-reht) (noun) (some things Google found for "soret": an uncommon term; a last name notably Swiss chemist Jacques-Louis Soret (1827-1890) and Swiss scholar and Oriental numismatics Frédéric Soret (1795-1865); Soret peak and band within the blue wavelength region in absorption spectroscopy; Soret effect and Soret coefficients in thermal diffusion; name of a place in Romania; "Fosse Soret" is a place in Belgium)

23 March 2007

head is trege

trege = head (Lhaesine pronunciation = TREEG) (noun) (some things Google found for "trege": an uncommon term; TreGe-Soft is the developer of NARG single player RPG game; a last name; means something in Norwegian which may or may not be related to "treg" which means "dull, indolent" in Norwegian; "Li trege rai" is a Côte d'Azur sports club or association)

21 March 2007

poor is ruel

ruel = poor (Lhaesine pronunciation = RUUL) (adjective) (some things Google found for "ruel": a common term; Ruel.net is a website about PC and Interactive TV; a last name, notably major league baseball catcher and coach Muddy Ruel (1896-1963); a masculine first name; Ruel Foundation of New Zealand for children needing surgery; The Plague Lords of Ruel is a Lone Wolf gamebook; name of a place in Canada)

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 This posting is no longer current.

19 March 2007

mirror is feruida

feruida = mirror (Lhaesine pronunciation = feh-RYOO-duh) (noun) (some things Google found for "feruida": an uncommon term; a Latin word which seems to be related to "fervidus" which means "glowing, burning, fiery, fervid"; in Medieval Latin may mean "hotly")

17 March 2007

butter is rusal (redone)

rusal = butter (Lhaesine pronunciation = ruh-SAHL) (noun) (some things Google found for "rusal": an uncommon term; Rusal (or RusAl) is a major company based in Russia that produces aluminium - an overwhelming result; means "scrape, scratch, search" in Scottish)

15 March 2007

egg is olta

olta = egg (Lhaesine pronunciation = AWLT-uh) (noun) (some things Google found for "olta": an uncommon term; OLTA stands for Ohio Land Title Association and other such associations in Oklahoma and Oregon; Olta is a band playing traditional celtic music from Chattanooga; OLTA is the acronym for the Oxfordshire Lawn Tennis Association of the UK and the Oak Lawn Tennis Association of the Dallas/Fort Worth area; OLTA or On-Line TA system is MIT's Project Athena's On-Line Consulting system; a feminine first name that can be Albanian; Olta crag in Costa Blanca area of Spain; "olta" seems to mean "school" in Navajo; OLTA stands for Ontario Land Trust Alliance; Olta Aluminium Works of Malta; Kin Dah Lichii Olta' Charter School in Arizona; means "fishing line" in Turkish; name of a place in Argentina)

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

13 March 2007

we is som

som = we (Lhaesine pronunciation = SAWM) (pronoun) (some things Google found for "som": a very common term; SOM is Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP in architecture; SOM stands for School of Metaphysics; SOM stands for IBM System Object Model in computing; in machine-learning SOM is Self-Organizing Map; a last name; SOM is an acronym for School of Management, School of Medicine, and School of Meteorology; the som is the currency of Kyrgyzstan; means "which, who" in Danish; means "amount, sum" in Dutch; means "like, who" in Norwegian; means "bass, sound, sounding, stereo, tone" in Portuguese; mean "catfish" in Serbo-Croatian; means "as, at, for, like, that, what, when, which, who" in Swedish; means "massive, solid, sterling" in Turkish; name of places in Hungary, Senegal, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Guinea-Bissau, Jordan, Mozambique, and India; means "pure" in many Turkic languages such as "pure gold" )

11 March 2007

circle is suwira (revisited)

suwira = circle (Lhaesine pronunciation = suh-WIH-ruh) (noun) (some things Google found for "suwira": a rare term; a last name that can be Indonesian, Arab, or from Zimbabwe; a first name that is likely Thai; a place in Iraq)

09 March 2007

thread is shude

shude = thread (Lhaesine pronunciation = SHOOD) (noun) (some things Google found for "shude": an uncommon term; the husks and other refuse of rice mills which is used to adulterate oil cake or linseed cake; Chengdu Shùdé High School in Sichuan Province China; "Shùdé" means "establishing morality" in Chinese; a Chinese last name or first name; Shude Hill in Manchester and Sheffield in the UK; user name; a place in China)

07 March 2007

war is bael (revisited)

bael = war (Lhaesine pronunciation = BAAWL) (noun) (some things Google found for "bael": an uncommon term; subtropical bael fruit tree of India and many surrounding south Asian countries; name of a Judeo-Christian demon also spelled Baal; Van Bael & Bellis are a Brussels based law firm; user name; sub-region "Bael Modan" in World of Warcraft; a last name; BAEL design and Handicrafts; means "ox" in Urdu (Transliterated); means "bail" in Welsh; places in Belgium and Denmark; Bael Bael is a place in Victoria, Australia)

05 March 2007

peace is tuiar

tuiar = peace (Lhaesine pronunciation = TYOO-ar) (noun) (some things Google found for "tuiar": a rare term; means something in J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth - a word in Quenya or Sindarin; appears on Finnish pages but it's not a word in my Finnish dictionary; likely means something in Spanish, or a Spanish dialect, but I can't translate it; means something in Czech; means something in Frisian)

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

03 March 2007

kind is loshe

loshe = kind (Lhaesine pronunciation = LOHSH) (adjective) (considerate) (some things Google found for "loshe": an uncommon to rare term; a last name which may be German in origin, notably Lillie Deming Loshe who wrote The Early American Novel 1789-1830 (1907); Loshe Entertainment is a record label of Buenos Aires Argentina; may mean something in Croatian; "loshe wai wai loshe wai" is a Hindi song sung by Sandhya Mukerjee)

01 March 2007

zinc is nines

nines = zinc (Lhaesine pronunciation = NIH-nehs) (noun) (some things Google found for "nines": a very common term; English saying "dress up to the nines" which is defined loosely as "all spiffed up" in formal clothing; To the Nines is the title of a Stephanie Plum Novel by Janet Evanovich and a nonfiction golfing book by Anthony Pioppi; NINES stands for Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-century Electronic Scholarship; The Nines Restaurant in Ithaca NY; The Nines are a pop band from Canada; The Nines (2007) is a drama movie directed by John August; The Long Nines are a Tokyo-based American rock n' roll band; old Chinese and Taiwanese holiday Elder's Day is called the Double-Nine Festival because it is on the 9th day of 9th lunar month; "casting out nines" is a way to check of arithmetic; The National Nines Golf Classic in Jersey in the UK)

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