18 February 2013

knife is vezti (revisited)

vezti = knife (noun) (some things Google found for "vezti": a uncommon term; a very rare last name; vezti or vežti means to carry in Lithuanian; in Russian (transliterated) vezti means carry, drive; similar vesti means clothes in Italian; similar Veztsy (aka Khutor Veztsy) is the name of place in Belarus)

Word derivation for "knife" :
Basque = aizto, Finnish = veitsi
Miresua = vezti

Another Basque word for knife is labana.

My previous Miresua word for knife was vaiso. Last time I knowingly defined my word for trouble as the very similar vaizo. So, now I'm redoing my word for knife. I think the word for knife needed a T in it anyway.

This Miresua conlang word has been changed. The word for knife is now veizto.

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