Monday, December 05, 2011

Snakes, in my words

snedra : snakes

The Illunse word for snakes (nominative plural) is snedra. Snedra is a rare term, various computer user names.

Snakes in Latin is serpentis. Snakes in Old English is nǽdran.

Snake in Illunse is snedre, which is a mix of the Latin word (serpens) and Old English word (nǽdre). There are other words for snake in both Latin and Old English.

Here's a link to Snake, in J.R.R. Tolkien's words.

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