26 January 2013

sweet is moze (revisited)

moze = sweet (adjective) (some things Google found for "moze": a very common term; an uncommon last name; Tomislav Moze Photography of Croatia; character Jennifer "Moze" Mosely on the Nickelodeon series Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide; Moze Guitars is a store in the San Diego area; an unusual masculine first name that can be a form of Moses; Moze Cafe in south suburban Denver area; similar môže means "can, may" in Slovak; Mozé-sur-Louet is a place in France; name of a place in Nigeria)

Word derivation for "sweet" (taste):
Basque = gozo, Finnish = makea
Miresua = moze

This is a small change, due to what it looks like I'll be doing for grammar. My previous Miresua word for sweet was mozea. In Basque, adjectives can, as well as nouns, get a suffix of -a when used with the definite article. Miresua will follow Basque in this respect, in most cases. Hence, the current Miresua word, moze, can become mozea again.

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