29 December 2011

away is fure

fure = away (Lhaesine pronunciation = FOOR) (adverb) (some things Google found for "fure": a last name, notably American singer-songwriter Tret Fure; Fure fure shojo (English title: Cheer Cheer Cheer!) is a 2008 Japanese comedy; Fure Financial Corporation; form of the Latin noun "fur" meaning "a thief"; means "steal" in Romanian; means "furrow" in Norwegian; the name of places in Norway and Ghana)

25 December 2011

down is surd (revisited)

surd = down (Lhaesine pronunciation = SUHRD) (adverb) (Some things Google found for "surd": a common term; an uncommon last name; in mathematics an nth root that you can't simplify or in otherwords is an irrational number; in linguistics a voiceless consonant; in Flash Gordon name of a small artificial moon of the fictional planet Mongo; title of a song by Babes in Toyland; surd evil or natural evil for which no agent is morally responsible; "deaf" in Romanian; name of a village in Hungary)

My previous word for "down" was "suril".

21 December 2011

up is vel (revisited)

vel = up (Lhaesine pronunciation = VEL) (adverb) (Some things Google found for "vel": a very common term; Vel is the title of a 2007 Tamil action-drama film; a uncommon last name; an unusual first name that can be feminine; Renault Vel Satis (2001-2009) was an executive car; means "a veil" in Albanian and Catalan; means "a skin, hide; a sheet (of paper)" in Dutch; means "well" in Icelandic; means "either, or" in Latin; means "seven" in Volapük; The Vel is the divine spear of the Hindu Deity Murugan; name of several rivers in northwest Russia; name of places in Azerbaijan, Nigeria and Puerto Rico)

My previous word for "up" was "velis". I shortened this word.

17 December 2011

of is ae (revisited)

ae = of (Lhaeinse pronunciation = AW) (preposition) (some things Google found for "ae": a very very common term; ae is an acronym for American Eagle Outfitters; .ae is the Internet country code for United Arab Emirates; the ae ligature (æ) originally representing a Latin diphthong which in Old English is traditionally named the letter ash; Æ or æ is a letter in the alphabets of Danish, Faroese, Norwegian and Icelandic; Titan A.E. (2000) is an American animated post-apocalyptic science fiction film; AE is an acronym for After Effects software from Adobe; A. E. Housman was an English classical scholar and poet; A. E. Stallings is an American poet and translator; A. E. van Vogt was a Canadian-born science fiction author; an unusual last name; means liver in Irish; means one in Scots; name of a village in Scotland)

My previous Lhaesine word for "of" was "aet". I'm shortening the word by one letter.

13 December 2011

cover is maisol

maisol = cover (Lhaesine pronunciation = MAY-sawl) (noun) (some things Google found for "maisol": an uncommon term; Maisol Media of Atlanta; Maisol fashion studio of Berlin; Mai-Sol is a relationship service in Spain; a rare feminine first name which is possibly a version of more common name Marisol; user names; a rare last name; seems to mean "May sun" in Norwegian)

09 December 2011

cricket is hocede

hocede = cricket (Lhaesine pronunciation = HAW-keed) (insect) (noun) (some things Google found for "hocede"; an rare last name that can be French; user names; Sarl Optique Hocede is a company in northern France; in Old English similar word "hóced" means "curved, shaped like a hook")

Who knows, maybe someday I might need a word for this chirping insect. Crickets are harmless, but I'd rather hear them than encounter them.

05 December 2011

canvas is nusran

nusran = canvas (Lhaesine pronunciation = NUH-srahn) (noun) (some things Google found for "nusran": an uncommon term; a masculine first name notably Albanian musician Nusran Fera; user names; a rare last name)

Canvas is an extremely heavy-duty plain-woven fabric. It is used for making sails, tents, backpacks, and painting surfaces for artists. Canvas can be used to make handbags and shoes.

01 December 2011

when is fim (revisited)

fim = when (Lhaesine pronunciation = FIHM) (adverb) (some things Google found for "fim": an uncommon term; a last name; FIM is an acronym for Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (International Motorcycling Federation); The US Military designation for a shoulder-launched missile such as FIM-92 Stinger and the FIM-43 Redeye; FIM is an acronym for Forefront Identity Manager which is a software product; FIM Stores of Chicago sell Patio Furniture and Game Room products; MLP FiM is a acronym for My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic; FIM was the currency code for the Finnish markka which was the currency of Finland from 1860 until 2002 when it was replaced by the euro; means "end" in Portuguese; Fim Kassar is a place in Pakistan; Fim de Vila is a place in Portugal; Fim do Campo and Fim do Pasto are places in Brazil)

My previous Lhaesine word for "when" was "firen".