cwa : cow
The Illunse word for cow is cwa. CWA is an acronym for Clean Water Act, Communications Workers of America and many others. Cwa is the name of a place in Namibia.
This word is a mixture of the Old English word for cow which is cú, and the Latin word for cow which is vacca. As Old English doesn't use V, and in the reconstructed ancient pronunciation of Latin V is pronounced like W, I decided to transliterate the V in the Latin word vacca to a W. In Old English CW is a valid consonant combination.
My previous Illunse word for cow was cuwa. I shortened it by one letter.
Here's a link to Cow, in J.R.R. Tolkien's words.
cwae : cows
The Illunse word for cows (nominative plural) is cwae. CWAE (IATA: WAE) is an airport code code for Whistler, BC, Canada.
Cows in Latin is vaccae. Cows in Old English is cý.
Still more animals in the barn...