25 February 2011

dust is noum

noum = dust (Lhaesine pronunciation = NOOM) (noun) (Some things Google found for "noum": an uncommon term; a rare last name; similar Nouméa is the capital city of the French territory of New Caledonia; Noum Co. is a Minneapolis wholesale giftware company; means "sleep" in Arabic (transliterated); Noum en Nass is a place in Algeria)

21 February 2011

wire is hach

hach = wire (Lhaesine pronunciation = HAHCH or hatch) (noun) (Some things Google found for "hach": a very common term; a last name; Hach Company (pronounced "hawk") in water quality testing; Hach Student Life Center at Northwood University in Michigan; Hach Hall at Iowa State University; Abhai of Hach is a saint of the Syriac Orthodox Church; in German "hach" is an interjection meaning "oh!"; name of a city in Germany)

17 February 2011

guard is hult

hult = guard (Lhaesine pronunciation = HUHLT) (noun) (Some things Google found for "hult": a very common term; a common last name; Hult International Business School; Hult Center for the Performing Arts in Eugene, Oregon; forms of the Dutch verb hullen meaning to wrap; In Swedish a spelling variant of holt which means an area of woodland or grove, and a form of the Swedish adjective huld meaning "faithful, loyal"; name of numerous towns in cities in Sweden)

13 February 2011

lead is burc (revisited)

burc = lead (Lhaesine pronunciation = BURK) (metal) (Some things Google found for "burc": a common term; a first name that can be masculine and Turkish; Burc Beach near Istanbul; BURC is an acronym for Belfast Unemployed Resource Centre; Burç FM radio of Turkey; an unusual last name; Burc College in Australia; means "town, city" in Anglo-Norman; similar word burç means "zodiac, horoscope; tower" in Turkish; similar Burç is the name of cities in Turkey)

I majorly changed this word. My previous word for "lead" was "rudas".

09 February 2011

brass is tayen (revisited)

tayen = brass (Lhaesine pronunciation = TAH-yehn) (metal alloy) (Some things Google found for "tayen": an uncommon term; a Native Ameican feminine first name which means new moon; an uncommon last name; user names; TAYEN is an acronum for Tanzania Youth Environmental Network; Tayen Park Healing Retreat, Clare, South Australia)

My previous Lhaesine word for "brass" was "taiya".

Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc. It is often used as decoration and for coins. In antiquity, polished brass was often used as a mirror.

05 February 2011

silver is tirsa (revisited)

tirsa = silver (Lhaesine pronunciation = TIHRS-uh) (metal) (Some things Google found for "tirsa": an uncommon term; a feminine Icelandic first name; similar Tirzah is a Biblical feminine first name derived from the Hebrew meaning "pleasant"; TIRSA is an acronym for Title Insurance Rate Service Association of the State of New York; a genus of moths of the Crambidae family; an unusual last name; in the Star Wars universe a planet and system of the Outer Rim Territories; stipa tirsa is a species of perennial grass native to Europe and temperate Asia; name of cities in Egypt, Nigeria, and Romania)

My previous Lhaesine word for "silver" was "tirsar". A small change.

01 February 2011

iron is hiud (revisited)

hiud = iron (Lhaesine pronunciation = HYOOD) (metal) (Some things Google found for "hiud": an uncommon term; an unusual last name; user names; a misspelling of HUD as in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development)

My previous Lhaesine word for "iron" was "hiun".