30 July 2012

he/she is hunä (revisited)

hunä = he/she (pronoun – 3rd person singular) (some things Google found for "huna"; a very common term; a pseudo-Hawaiian New Age philosophy; an unusual last name; a rare first name; the Huna people were Xionite tribes that invaded northern India during the 5th century; in Spanish feminine form of huno meaning of or relating to the Huns; Huna and Hunä are World of Warcraft character names; name of places in Burma and Scotland)

Word derivation for "he/she" :
Basque = hura, Finnish = hän
Miresua = hunä

My previous Miresua word for he/she was hun. That kept making me think of Attila the Hun, so I decided I better modify it.

Both Basque and Finnish use one pronoun for he and she. Miresua follows their example.

This Miresua conlang word has been changed. The word for he/she is now här.

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