sita = mark (Lhaesine pronunciation = SIH-tuh) (noun) (some things Google found for "sita: a very common term; Sita is the wife of Rama in the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana and a Hindu deity; Sita Sings the Blues is a controversial award winning 2008 animated feature film with events from the Ramayana; SITA is a air transport IT company; SITA World Tours; an uncommon last name; Sita is a Dutch pop singer; means to sit in Faroese; in Italian the feminine form of situated, located; name of cities in Congo, Philippines, Pakistan, Indonesia, China, Guinea, Chad and Romania)
This is the word for a visible indication made on a surface, or a distinguishing symbol.
Lhaesine is a conlang, an artificial or constructed language. This is a project to invent a lexicon of new "words" in an imaginary language. Postings shows English to Lhaesine, my approximate Lhaesine word pronunciation, and what Google search found for my made-up word.
25 August 2011
17 August 2011
vine is rele
rele = vine (Lhaesine pronunciation = REEL) (noun) (some things Google found for "rele": a very common term; an unusual last name; The Rele River is a small river in the Biobío Region of Chile; Relehimana Miya De Lacroa or Princess Rele is a character in Japanese anime Superior Defender Gundam Force; user names; a bad misspelling or slangy misspelling of really; means (electronics) relay in Finnish; conjugations of the verb to reread in Galician; means to be called in Haitian Creole; neuter plural nominative form of rău which means "bad, wrong" in Romanian)
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Labels: 4 letter words, plants
01 August 2011
sheet is fursa
fursa = sheet (Lhaesine pronunciation = FURSS-uh) (noun) (some things Google found for "fursa": an uncommon term; Saint Fursa (aka Saint Fursey) was an Irish monk who died in 650 who did much to establish Christianity throughout the British Isles; Fursa Alternative Strategies LLC of New York; Fursa FX is a Islamic Forex trading firm; an unusual last name; user names; means "opportunity, chance for advancement, progress or profit" in Swahili; "fursa saeeda" means "nice to meet you" in Arabic (transliterated); name of a city in Bangladesh)
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Labels: 5 letter words, household items
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