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Re: Parallel Lexicon Sculpting

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GoshDiggityDangit wrote:
11 Jan 2020 09:29
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T'oxo [ˈtʼo.xo] n. Wet Sand, Paste
This is perfect for Ch’eweyõw̌e:

t’óxo n. sand

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khuí n. head

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Re: Parallel Lexicon Sculpting

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DesEsseintes wrote:
11 Jan 2020 13:22
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khuí n. head
K'ú [kʼuː] v. Think, Consider, Ponder
I have a couple of words for things related to the head already (scalp, hair, face, forehead, mouth, cheek, etc.), so you'll have to excuse the drift in meaning.

"Ka k'úla."
[ka ˈkʼuː.la]
Ka k'ú-la
1.SG ponder-PST.IND
"I pondered."

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Naknq'úla [ˈna.kn̩.qʼuː.la] n. Skull, lit. Scalp-Bone
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Re: Parallel Lexicon Sculpting

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GoshDiggityDangit wrote:
12 Jan 2020 02:31
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Naknq'úla [ˈna.kn̩.qʼuː.la] n. Skull, lit. Scalp-Bone
Proto-Nomadic *dákdud [dákɾùd] "bowl, container"
(PN has quite strict rules on root forms, so I had to mangle it)
→ *dákdudgégek "cup, beaker"
→ *dákdudgékiíke "handle"

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*giaddó-kíí [gi̯a˩ dɾo˥ kiː˥] "someone who is always suspicious"

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Re: Parallel Lexicon Sculpting

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VaptuantaDoi wrote:
12 Jan 2020 03:09
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*giaddó-kíí [gi̯a˩ dɾo˥ kiː˥] "someone who is always suspicious"
Oh, you had to go and do something like that...
Gáðo [ˈgaː.ðo] v. Be Interested, Be Intrigued

"Ka gáðo Xém."
[ka ˈgaː.ðo Xeːm]
Ka gáðo-Ø Xém-Ø
1.SG interested-PRES.IND stand-PRES.IND
"I am interested."

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Xáwi [ˈXaː.wi] n. Eyes, Ears, Nostrils, A Pair | ad. Something That Is A Pair
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Re: Parallel Lexicon Sculpting

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GoshDiggityDangit wrote:
15 Jan 2020 09:46
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Xáwi [ˈXaː.wi] n. Eyes, Ears, Nostrils, A Pair | ad. Something That Is A Pair
Lih.

háwie /'xa.wi.e/ - a couple, a pair
genitive: héwiaus

(This word has no singular and appears only in the dual or plural. The plural means "multiple pairs").

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elássēr /e.'las.seːr/ - eagle

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Re: Parallel Lexicon Sculpting

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KaiTheHomoSapien wrote:
15 Jan 2020 22:14
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elássēr /e.'las.seːr/ - eagle
*dátieed [dátsi̯èːd] 'bird of prey'
Spoiler:
→ *dátieed-kdóú "carnivorous"
→ *dátieed-kdóú-dugdú "herbivorous"
→ *dátieed-kdóú-du "omnivorous"
→ *dátieedgégek "gull"
→ *dátieediíke "beak"
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gáokiíkekdóú [gáò̯kǐːkèkɾóú̯] (adjective) small and rounded, describing peas, gravel etc.

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Re: Parallel Lexicon Sculpting

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GoshDiggityDangit wrote:
11 Jan 2020 07:24
Tzge [ˈts̩j.ɛ] n. Inside of Mouth, Tongue, Cheek, Gums
*əssje /ˈəsːje/ n. mouth
VaptuantaDoi wrote:
11 Jan 2020 07:35
*tdúúddid [tɾúːdɾìd] "vermin, small animals which live in bushes"
*troudin /ˈtɻouⁿdin/ n. ground rodent (rat, marmot/ground squirrel, rabbit, vole etc.). From *trou "rodent" and *din "bush"
GoshDiggityDangit wrote:
11 Jan 2020 09:29
T'oxo [ˈtʼo.xo] n. Wet Sand, Paste
*d'oʔo /ˈɗoʔo/ n. sand
DesEsseintes wrote:
11 Jan 2020 13:22
khuí n. head
*kʷi /kʷi/ n. head
GoshDiggityDangit wrote:
12 Jan 2020 02:31
Naknq'úla [ˈna.kn̩.qʼuː.la] n. Skull, lit. Scalp-Bone
*naggul /ˈnaᵑgːul/ n. bone
VaptuantaDoi wrote:
12 Jan 2020 03:09
*giaddó-kíí [gi̯a˩ dɾo˥ kiː˥] "someone who is always suspicious"
*gjarddo /ˈᵑgjaɻⁿdːo/ v. think, consider; care; worry
*kei /kei/ n. person
GoshDiggityDangit wrote:
15 Jan 2020 09:46
Xáwi [ˈXaː.wi] n. Eyes, Ears, Nostrils, A Pair | ad. Something That Is A Pair
*kaiwi /ˈkaiwi/ num. two
KaiTheHomoSapien wrote:
15 Jan 2020 22:14
elássēr /e.'las.seːr/ - eagle
*elasser /ˈelasːeɻ/ n. raptor, from *elas "hunter" (further broken down into *el "hunt" and *-as, a nominalizer) and er "bird"
VaptuantaDoi wrote:
15 Jan 2020 22:25
gáokiíkekdóú [gáò̯kǐːkèkɾóú̯] (adjective) small and rounded, describing peas, gravel etc.
*gaukkro /ˈᵑgaukːɻo/ adj. small

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Re: Parallel Lexicon Sculpting

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KaiTheHomoSapien wrote:
15 Jan 2020 22:14
elássēr /e.'las.seːr/ - eagle
irassîr /i.ra.sːiːr/ n. scavenger
VaptuantaDoi wrote:
15 Jan 2020 22:25
gáokiíkekdóú [gáò̯kǐːkèkɾóú̯] (adjective) small and rounded, describing peas, gravel etc.
gaukîkrû /ɰaw.kiːk.ru/ n. (something) small, miniscule
Corphishy wrote:
16 Jan 2020 09:02
Next: *dərkkauma /ˈⁿdəɻkːauma/ n. cow
trukau /ˈtru.kaw/ n. cow

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Void wrote:
20 Jan 2020 00:36
Next: takrûŋâθak /tak.ruː.ŋaː.θak/ n. dysentery
Tálú [ˈtaː.luː] n. Sickness, Sick (Hurl) | v. Be Sick, Vomit

Nátag [ˈnaː.tag] n. Feces | v. Expel Feces

Tálúnátag [ˈtaː.luːˌnaː.tag] n. Diarrheoa, Stomach Flu | v. Expel Dirrheoa, Expirience/ Be Infected w/ Stomach Flu

"(Ta) tálúla, tálúnátagla. (Ta) fuk'o sta Xmtá."
[ta ˈtaː.luː.la ˈtaː.luːˌnaː.tag.la | ta ˈfu.kʼo s̩ta ˈXm̩.taː]
(Ta) tálú-la, tálúnátag-la | (Ta) fuk'o s-ta Xmtá-Ø
2.SG vomit-PST.IND expel.dirrheoa-PST.IND | 2.SG mat in-2 lay-PRES.IND
"You were vomiting and 'diarrheaing'. Go lay in bed."
I'm actually really proud of this example sentence...

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T'át'á [ˈtʼaː.tʼaː] n. Teeth, Lip(s), Outside of Cheek(s)
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Re: Parallel Lexicon Sculpting

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GoshDiggityDangit wrote:
20 Jan 2020 03:07
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T'át'á [ˈtʼaː.tʼaː] n. Teeth, Lip(s), Outside of Cheek(s)
*tatak "pouch, wallet, pocket"
*tatak-gókúk "wallet-maker"
*tatakiíke "flap"
*tatakiíke-diég "open the flap of something"
*tatak-diég "put in a wallet"
*tatak-diég-dugdú "take out of a wallet"
*tatakkitég-diég "close with a drawstring"
*tatakkitég "drawstring"
*tatakddid "lining"



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Void wrote:
20 Jan 2020 00:36
Next: takrûŋâθak /tak.ruː.ŋaː.θak/ n. dysentery
təruŋa /təɻuŋa/ n. weakness, fatigue; disease

from təru "weak" + -ŋa, a nominalizer meaning "the state of X" which is mostly used on adjectives and verbs.
GoshDiggityDangit wrote:
20 Jan 2020 03:07
T'át'á [ˈtʼaː.tʼaː] n. Teeth, Lip(s), Outside of Cheek(s)
b'ab'a /ɓaɓa/ n. lips, mouth
VaptuantaDoi wrote:
20 Jan 2020 03:24
Next: *tiikiíke "pupil" (of the eyes)
tikki /tikːi/ n. eye

Next: c̣ʊpi /ʈʂʊpi/ n. ewe, wether; sheep
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Re: Parallel Lexicon Sculpting

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Corphishy wrote:
20 Mar 2020 18:44
Next: c̣ʊpi /ʈʂʊpi/ n. ewe, wether; sheep
طوتي [t͡suti] an.n. Wild Goat, Capra Aegagrus adj. Mischievous

".سو طوتي"
[su t͡suti]
su cuti Ø
I wild_goat COP
"I am mischievous." LIT "I am a wild goat."

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*bawgīx [bawgi:x] v. Find In Water With One's Feet
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baskii [baskiː] v. to find

pale [palə] v. to use one's feet

palebaskii [paləbaskiː] v. to search with one's feet, to bump into something

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temmonel n. honey (from bees)
“Your queen is a reptile.”

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GoshDiggityDangit wrote:
20 Mar 2020 23:31
*bawgīx [bawgi:x] v. Find In Water With One's Feet
bägwë [ˈpækwə] ni. mud
jimydog000 wrote:
21 Mar 2020 04:30
temmonel n. honey (from bees)
temon [tʰemon] ni. juice; syrup, nectar

Next: kuyþe [ˈkʰujθe] ni. ring, band; jewelry; circle
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Corphishy wrote:
25 Mar 2020 00:07
Next: kuyþe [ˈkʰujθe] ni. ring, band; jewelry; circle
Arc.

cúthis /'ku.θis/ - bracelet

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Arc.

bléddos /'blɛd.dos/ - robe, dress, covering

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jimydog000 wrote:
21 Mar 2020 04:30
temmonel n. honey (from bees)
*t₂emon₂y [t̻emon̻ə] n. Paste, Wet Sand
Corphishy wrote:
25 Mar 2020 00:07
Next: kuyþe [ˈkʰujθe] ni. ring, band; jewelry; circle
*kʰūt₁e [kʰu:te] n. Rope Knot v. Tie a Knot
KaiTheHomoSapien wrote:
27 Mar 2020 17:13
Next: bléddos /'blɛd.dos/ - robe, dress, covering
*beld₁os₁ [beldos] n. Sail (of a boat) v. Sail (on a boat)
*beld₁os₁bawilān₁a [beldosbawila:an] n. Sail Boat {*beld₁os₁ + bawilān₁a}
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*gō-gōos₁ [go:go:ʔos] n. Midget, Giant
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KaiTheHomoSapien wrote:
27 Mar 2020 17:13
bléddos /'blɛd.dos/ - robe, dress, covering
*blec ni. dress; drapery; a dress like a toga or sari (idk a more general term) which is made up of one length of cloth wrapped around the body, generally associated with wealth, as it is generally more expensive, requiring a lot of material, though styles and thus specific lengths are highly variable.
GoshDiggityDangit wrote:
30 Mar 2020 01:55
*gō-gōos₁ [go:go:ʔos] n. Midget, Giant
*gogo'os na. goblin, dwarf (mischievous tiny humanoids)

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Image Kuba /'ku.ba/ bat; from which kubavasa /ku.ba'va.ʃa/ to echolocate, to navigate in complete darkness; kubal /'ku.bal/ upside-down.

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