18 January 2010

wet is burtä (revisited)

burtä = wet (adjective) (some things Google found for "burta": a common term; Ciorba de burta is a Romanian dish (tripe soup); Burta is a last name, user names, and an unusual first name; burta means "border, brim" in Polish; burtă means "belly" in Romanian; Burta is the name of cities in Pakistan and Ukraine)

Word derivation for "wet":
Basque = busti, Finnish = märkä
Miresua = burtä

My previous Miresua word for "wet" was "bäskä". I decided to change the word because it had two letters with umlauts, and because "baska" means "Basque" in Latvian.

This Miresua conlang word has been changed. The word for "wet" is now "muskä".

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