23 June 2008

nothing is mina

mina = nothing (Lhaesine pronunciation = MIH-nuh) (noun) (some things Google found for "mina": a very common term; Mina is an Italian pop singer; Mina is a last name; Mina is a female fictional cleric character in the Dragonlance universe; Mina is a feminine first name that can be Japanese, Korean, Indian or Turkish in origin; "Mina" can be short for German feminine name Wilhelmina; Mina Harker is a fictional character in Bram Stoker's novel Dracula; Mina are a tribe and caste in northern India; "minä" means "I" and "me" in Finnish; "mina" means "mine" (as in mining) in Portuguese and Spanish; "mina" means "mine" (as in landmine) in Croatian, Czech, and Swedish; Mina is the name of numerous cities in countries such as the Philippines, Pakistan, Guatemala, Morocco, Ethiopia, Mexico, and Gambia)

A new word! A break from the all the revisions I've been doing lately in Lhaesine.

This word has been changed. The Lhaesine word for "nothing" is now "lunt". This posting is no longer current.

I have redefined "mina" in Lhaesine as "skin".

1 comment:

celsy said...

mina is sort of like minimum