25 November 2012

sky is zale (revisited)

zale = sky (Lhaesine pronunciation = ZAIL) (noun) (some things Google found for "zale": Zale Corporation (Zales) is a retail jewelry chain; an uncommon last name; a unusual unisex first name; UT Southwestern University Hospital - Zale Lipshy in Dallas, Texas; a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family; name of a Romanian hip-hop group; means "chain mail" in Romanian; similar Žale is a cemetery in Ljubljana, Slovenia; Zale (or Żale) is the name of places in Poland; Zale (or Žale) is a place in Croatia)

My previous Lhaesine word for "sky" was "zelhe". This is a small change.

17 November 2012

half is vure

vure = half (Lhaesine pronunciation = VOOR) (adjective) (some things Google found for "vure": an uncommon term; an unusual last name; a rare first name; The Vuré Group LLC of Houston for architectural and interior design; Waikatakata Vure are a musical group from Fiji; in Dutch a conjugation of the verb "to fire (a weapon)"; name of places in the Solomon Islands and Zimbabwe)

09 November 2012

bed is nad (revisited)

nad = bed (Lhaesine pronunciation = NAHD) (noun) (some things Google found for "nad": a very common term; NAD Electronics sells audio/video components; NAD is an acronym for National Association of the Deaf; NAD is an acronym for National Advertising Division; NAD+ is an acronym for the coenzyme nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide; NAD is the currency code for the Namibian Dollar; an unusual first name; a unusual last name; means "above" in Czech and Polish; name of places in Ireland, India and Iran; Nad Ali is a district in Helmand Province, Afghanistan)

My previous word for "bed" was "nar". This was a small change, and I plan to reuse "nar".

01 November 2012

uncle is adan (revisited)

adan = uncle (Lhaesine pronunciation = AH-dahn) (noun) (some things Google found for "adan": a very common term; Adan (and Adán) is a masculine first name which can be a Spanish form of Adam: a uncommon last name; a river in Maharashtra, India; a governorate of Yemen; name of places in Colombia, Cuba, Indonesia, India, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan)

My previous word for "uncle" was "aden". This is a small change. I thought adan was somehow more masculine than aden.