30 March 2007

fox is taure

taure = fox (animal) (noun) (some things Google found for "taure": an uncommon term; Taure en'Arvandor is a LOTR related gaming forum; a last name; Bayou La Taure in Louisiana; a user name; means "Taurus" in Catalan; means "trumpet" in Latvian; "taure" or "taurė" means "cup, glass, goblet, wineglass" in Lithuanian; means "forest" in Quenya; the name of places in Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, and Romania)

Word derivation for "fox" :
Basque = azeri, Finnish = kettu
Miresua = taure

This Miresua word has been changed. The word for "fox" is now "kezi".

26 March 2007

name is emin

eminemin = name (noun) (some things Google found for "emin": a very common term; The Emin, earlier called the Emin Society or Emin Foundation but now known as The Template Network, have an open philosophy of life and living; a last name, notably English artist of Turkish Cypriot origin Tracey Emin; a masculine first name that is Armenian and Turkish in origin meaning "honest"; EMIN stands for East Midlands Incubation Network in the UK; name of a place in China)

Word derivation for "name" :
Basque = izen, Finnish = nimi
Miresua = emin

22 March 2007

fat is loiha (redone)

loiha = fat (adjective) (some things Google found for "loiha": an uncommon to rare term; loiha.org is the website for Las Olas Isles Homeowners Association in Ft. Lauderdale; seems to mean "project" in Uzbek (Transliterated); user names; a last name in Thailand)

Word derivation for "fat" :
Basque = lodi, Finnish = lihava
Miresua = loiha

This Miresua conlang word has been changed. The word for fat (adjective) is now lova.

20 March 2007

fat is galiza (retracted - source word error)

galiza = fat (adjective) (some things Google found for "galiza": a very common term; means "Galicia" in Portuguese, Galicia is a region in Spain in the northwest of Iberian Peninsula - an overwhelming result; a last name; name of a place in Portugal)

Word derivation for "fat" :
Basque = gantz, Finnish = lihava
Miresua = galiza

My Basque source word was wrong here. Gantz is a Basque noun, not an adjective, for fat.

14 March 2007

candle is kinelta

candlekinelta = candle (noun) (some things Google found for "kinelta": an very rare, nearly unique, term; possibly a name on a Finnish language forum)

Word derivation for "candle" :
Basque = kandela, Finnish = kynttilä
Miresua = kinelta

08 March 2007

coin is koxikan

koxikankoxikan = coin (noun) (some things Google found for "koxikan": a very rare term; apparently means something in Kurdish (Transliterated) but what it means I don't know)

Word derivation for "coin" :
Basque = txanpon, Finnish = kolikko
Miresua = koxikan

Note - the 'x' is pronounced like 'sh'

02 March 2007

chant is lalku

lalkulalku = chant (noun) (some things Google found for "lalku": an uncommon to rare term; a place in the North-West Frontier Province of Pakistan, Kuz Lalku and Lalku valley also; user name; a masculine first name in India)

Word derivation for "chant" :
Basque = kantu, Finnish = laulu
Miresua = lalku

This was originally the word for song. It has been slightly modified to become the word for chant. The Basque and Finnish words do work for chant.

The new Miresua word for song, abelu, uses what appears to be the more common Basque word for song, abesti, instead of kantu.