28 November 2007

linen is avari

avari = linen (noun) (some things Google found for "avari": an uncommon term; Avari Hotels International in Pakistan and Dubai; a wild forest-dwelling Elven folk in the fictional works of J.R.R. Tolkien; a last name, notably British-Indian actor Erick Avari; Avari Press is a publishing company specializing in fantasy literature; Avari Skin Therapy products of Australia; AVARI stands for Association for Voluntary Action Research in Ireland; Avari bottle opener or shopping-trolley token or key ring from Finland; Avari and Associates Tax Investigation Consultants of the UK; a feminine first name; Avari Deli and Bistro near Cincinnati; means "brokedown, failure, fault, hitch" in Albanian; similar word "avarus" means "greedy, avaricious" in Latin; a place in Cuba)

Word derivation for "linen" (flax):
Basque = hari, Finnish = pellava
Miresua = avari

This Miresua conlang word has been changed. The word for "linen" is now "pelari".

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