22 January 2014

hand is uski (revisited)

uski = hand (noun) (some things Google found for "uski": a common term; an unusual last name that can be Finnish; Uski Roti (English title: Our Daily Bread) is a 1969 Hindi drama film; USKI ski equipment designed for children; in Serbo-Croatian uski is forms of uzak meaning narrow; means her in Hindi (transliterated); name of places in Finland and Russia)

Word derivation for "hand" :
Basque = esku, Finnish = käsi
Miresua = uski

My previous Miresua word for hand was uskä. This is a very minor change. I'm trying to lessen the number of nouns ending in a or ä. It'll make the grammar somewhat simplier.

The word hand occurs many times in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. When the Hatter was called as the first witness in court, "he came in with a teacup in one hand and a piece of bread-and-butter in the other."

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