sasc : sack
The Illunse word for sack (bag) is sasc. Sasc is a rare last name. SASC is an acronym for Senate Armed Services Committee.
This word is a mixture of the Old English word for sack which is sacc (sack, bag), and the Latin word for sack which is saccus (sack, bag; wallet). Instead of making my word the same as the Old English word, I decided to mix the letters a bit.
sascas : sacks
The Illunse word for sacks is sascas. Sascas is a very rare last name.
Sacks in Latin is sacci. Sacks in Old English is saccas.
Saturday, February 23, 2013
Saturday, February 16, 2013
The Illunse word for rust is rugorm. Similar Rugori is the name of a place in Burundi.
This word is a mixture of the Old English word for rust which is óm (also sinderóm) and rúst (rust, moral canker), and the Latin word for rust which is ferrugo (iron-rust; color of iron rust, dusky color) also rubigo (rust; mildew, blight; a foul deposit in the mouth).
rugormas : rusts
The Illunse word for rusts (noun) is rugormas. (I probably won't use this, but it'll help with declension)
Rusts in Latin is ferrugines. Rusts in Old English is ómas also rústas.
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Saturday, February 09, 2013
The Illunse word for soap is sope. A sope is a traditional Mexican dish and street food. Sope is an rare last name. Sope is a rare first name. Sope Creek is a stream in Cobb County, Georgia. Sope means soap in Middle English. Sope is the name of places in the Congo and Angola.
This word is a mixture of the Old English word for soap which is sápe (soap, salve), and the Latin word for soap which is sapo.
sopan : soaps
The Illunse word for soaps is sopan. Sopan is a unusual masculine first name that can be Indian. Sopan is a rare last name. Sopan means polite in Indonesian. Sopan is the name of a place in Indonesia.
Soaps in Latin is sapones. Soaps in Old English is sápan.
Wednesday, February 06, 2013
Saturday, February 02, 2013
The Illunse word for wheel is hworl. Similar whorl means a pattern of concentric circles; a number of leaves or flowers about the same stem; a turn in a spiral shell.
This word is a mixture of the Old English word for wheel which is hwéol (also hweohl and hweogul) (wheel; circle), and the Latin word for wheel which is rota (a wheel; a car, a chariot).
hworla : wheels
The Illunse word for wheels is hworla. In Old Swedish verb hworla means to whirl.
Wheels in Latin is rotae. Wheels in Old English is hwéol (same as the singular).