10 July 2012

wolf is suto (revisited)

suto = wolf (animal) (noun) (some things Google found for "suto": a very common term; a last name that can be Japanese or can be Hungarian; similar Sütő is a Hungarian last name meaning "oven, baking", notably ethnic Hungarian writer and politician in Romania András Sütő; Su To indoor clothing for bicycle training; a bad misspelling of pseudo; means "copiously, lavishly" in Polish; Suto Orizari is a place in Macedonia; name of places in Indonesia, the Philippines and Bolivia)

Word derivation for "wolf":
Basque = otso, Finnish = susi
Miresua = suto

My previous Miresua word for wolf was isto, which was not a bad word, but too similar to my word for very which is itso. My new word starts like the Finnish word, with S, the letter in common between the Basque and the Finnish words.

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