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2m Decembr soumission /ˌsu.miˈsjɔn/ proposition, supposition, suggestion formerly also surrender, yielding, capitulation (still used thus in certain technical disciplines, and famously in the Soumission a Haukirç (the Haukirch Surrender) of 1632). < first attested in 14C Middle Boral soumission (wi...
1r Decembr sclar d'ogl /xlar ˈdɔjl/ [l̥ɑːˈdɔ.jʊ] blink, instant, very short amount of time < 16C, a nominalisation from the verb phrase l'ogl sclarar "to blink (one's eyes)", used metaphorically to describe the brevity of a blink. The noun ogl "eye" is directly from Latin oculus via Old Boral oȝl(e...
Is the first or last word from aqua?
Indeed, are any of the source words first-declension nouns?
Did any of the words have the prefix con-? (Or an assimilated form thereof)
Note that, unlike netun , the modern word I have in mind from a natural Romance language has undergone a number of "deformations", so to speak, due to analogy. Wow, time to pull out all the research stops! [:D] TIL French lutin "imp, elf, pixie" comes from Neptunus! [:O] So is the phrase some kind ...
- 13 Sep 2020 19:58
- Forum: Beginners' Corner
- Topic: How to display conjugations in word order?
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Hi! These are known as (interlinear) glosses, and usually follow the Leipzig glossing conventions. More detail can be found here: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of ... reviations