31 July 2008

twelve is heth (redone)

heth = twelve (Lhaesine pronunciation = HEHTH) (adjective) (number) (some things Google found for "heth": a common term; a last name, notably Confederate Civil War general Henry Heth (pronounced to rhyme with "teeth") and elderly black woman Joice Heth who P.T. Barnum put on display in 1835 advertising that she was the 161-year-old former nurse of George Washington(!); a letter in many Semitic alphabets; Heth & Jed are NYC musicians or buskers; The Children of Heth are a Canaanite nation in the Hebrew Bible; name of a Jaredite in the Book of Mormon; means "dog" in Arapaho; a town in Arkansas; a city in Pakistan)

Continuing with number revisions. My previous Lhaesine word for "twelve" was "heita". My new word is simplier. Note that my word for "two" is "hede".

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 This posting is no longer current.

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