14 November 2007

woolly is lirlasne

lirlasne = woolly (adjective) (some things Google found for "lirlasne": a unique term: did not match any documents)

Word derivation for "woolly":
(covered with or an abundance of wool)
Basque = artiletsu, Finnish = villainen
Miresua = lirlasne

The Basque suffix -tsu forms adjectives, expresses abundance. The Finnish suffix "-inen" or "nen" changes a noun to an adjective. In Miresua, the suffix "-sne" (or -isne) will mean "covered with or an abundance of a material". The "sn" combination doesn't seem to appear in either Basque or Finnish, but I think I will allow it Miresua to be different.

This Miresua conlang word has been changed. The word for "woolly" is now "avilesne".

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