22 October 2008

wet is bäskä

bäskä = wet (adjective) (some things Google found for "baska": a very common term; Baška is a small town on the seacoast of Croatia; The Baska tablet from about 1100 is important to early Croatian literacy; Baska is a last name; Batagur baska is an endangered Asian river turtle species; Baska is the name of cities in Slovakia, Czech Republic and Pakistan)

Word derivation for "wet":
Basque = busti, Finnish = märkä
Miresua = bäskä

This Miresua conlang word would likely look foreign to both Basques and Finns. Finnish doesn't generally use "b", and Basque doesn't use "ä" (a with an umlaut).

This Miresua conlang word has been changed. The word for "wet" is now "muskä".

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