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Vocabulary/Lexicon



Contributed by Cameron Gorrie (CG), Jocelyn Thompson (JT), Zylom (ZY), 11-Digit Boy, (11)
Pronunciation to come...
Stress - First Syllable

abotled - (noun) person /JT
bogo - (noun) drinking water /11
das - (noun) band /ZY
den - (verb) to kiss /11
eas - (noun) brush /ZY
ev - (pronoun) I /JT
evas - (pronoun) we (excluding 'you') /11
fas - (verb) beg /ZY
gas - (verb) hum /ZY
ghi - (adjective) brown /ZY
ghighi - (adjective) orange /ZY
ghikta - (adjective) pink /ZY
has - (verb) bend /ZY
iaiao (verb) to scream /11
-ina (suffix) naming suffix /11
-ika (suffix) endearment naming suffix /11
iwotlis - (salutation) (formal) welcome /JT
jas - (noun) cost /ZY
jev - (pronoun) thou /11
jevas - (pronoun) you /11
kas - (noun) shell /ZY
khota - (adjective) grey /ZY
las - (noun) cloth /ZY
levas - (pronoun) we (including 'you') /11
nas - (noun) trick /ZY
oas - (noun) cap /ZY
ogulis - (salutation) (informal) hello /JT
qas - (noun) patch /ZY
pas - (verb) write /ZY
pezito - (adjective) green /ZY
ras - (noun) knee /ZY
rigo - (noun) undrinkable water /11
sago - (noun) impure, drinkable water /11
san - (adjective) grey /ZY
sapa - (adjective) black /ZY
sas - (verb) thank /ZY
sar - (noun) friend /11
sha - (adjective) red /ZY
sid - (verb) to be at peace with /11
silugo - (salutation) (informal) goodbye /11
ska - (adjective) white /ZY
tas - (adjective) ill /ZY
to - (adjective) blue /ZY
tostan - (adjective) purple /ZY
uas - (verb) catch /ZY
upseg - (adjective) good (in general terms, not in moral sense; e.g., good throw, good day) /JT
vas - (verb) fight /ZY
was - (noun) chin /ZY
xas - (noun) light /ZY
zas - (verb) knock /ZY
zi - (adjective) yellow /ZY
!e - (article) the /11


Number System

Actually not that complicated...

This suggestion is a base sixteen system compiled by 11-Digit Boy. Enjoy!
First, look at the numbers between one and fifteen:
0 - !aa
1 - ynay
2 - twy
3 - til
4 - fyuyl
5 - bol
6 - gal
7 - mish
8 - osh
9 - kaf
10 - nazh
11 - mezh
12 - gen
13 - lan
14 - din
15 - hon
16 - dyrzy-, -ala
There is a prefix meaning "sixteen times". It is "dyrzy". Therefore, "dyrzynay" would be sixteen, dyrzytwy would by thirty-two. Get it? Now, to add sixteen to a number made by the previous method, add the suffix "ala". Also, to reduce encumbrance, the word for two hundred fifty-six is "khanynay". (Also, when combining, remove the last y on dyrzy if the suffix begins with a vowel.)