Tuesday, February 07, 2012

River, in my words + rivers

riverfeam : river

The Illunse word for river is feam. Feam can be an English last name.

This word is a mixture of the Latin word for river which is flumen (river, stream), and the Old English word for river which is éa (running water, stream, river).

This is the current word for river. I'm repeating this word to show that there are some words I'm not changing, and also to use my picture of a river.

Here's a link to my post for River, in J.R.R. Tolkien's words.

feama : rivers

The Illunse word for rivers (nominative plural) is feama. Feama is a rare first name.

Rivers in Latin is flumenis. Rivers in Old English is éa.

This is the current word for rivers.

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