Saturday, December 21, 2013
The Illunse word for needle is acedl. Acedl is user names and gaming character names. Similar Acedel is a very rare name.
This word is a mixture of the Old English word for needle, nǽdl (which I transliterate to naedl), and the Latin word for needle, acus (needle, pin).
This is a new word.
acedla : needles
The Illunse word for needles (nominative plural) is acedla. Acedla is user names. In Latin similar acedia means weariness (of body or soul).
Needles in Latin is acus. Needles in Old English is nǽdla (which I transliterate to naedla).
Thursday, December 19, 2013
Saturday, December 14, 2013
The Illunse word for orange is arenge. Arenge is a rare last name. Arenge is a very rare first name. Arenge Grand Prix cart Race in Japan. Similar Areng is the name of places in Indonesia.
This word is a mixture of the Middle English (and Anglo-Norman) word for orange, orenge, and the Latin word for orange, arantium. There's no word in orange in Old English.
This is a new word. It's for orange, the fruit. I'm unsure if I want it to also be used for the color orange.
arengan : oranges
The Illunse word for oranges (nominative plural) is arengan. Arengan is a rare last name. In Spanish arengan is conjugations of the verb arengar which means to harangue. Arengan is the name of a village in Iran.
Oranges in Latin is arantia. I'm unsure of the word for oranges in Middle English.
Thursday, December 12, 2013
Saturday, December 07, 2013
The Illunse word for berry is barie. Barie is an unusual last name. Barie is an unusual to rare first name that can be feminine or masculine. Barie is the name of a town in southwestern France.
This word is a mixture of the Old English word for berry, berie (or berige) (a berry; grape), and the Latin word for berry, baca (or bacca) (berry, fruit of tree/shrub).
This is a new word. The picture shows redcurrant berries.
barian : berries
The Illunse word for berries (nominative plural) is barian. Barian is a rare last name. Barian is a rare masculine first name. In Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal there's a Barian species of humanoids. Barian is the name of a town in northern Pakistan.
Berries in Latin is bacae. Berries in Old English is berian.