Re: Simple machines
|From:||Lars Finsen <lars.finsen@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, January 25, 2009, 14:57|
Den 24. jan. 2009 kl. 18.26 skreiv caeruleancentaur:
> screw = kjurwos
> inclined plane = dejhmos
> wedge = dheuvos
> wheel/axle = rethos/adzos
> lever = vergenvos (lift-stick)
> pulley = verethos (lift-wheel)
> Screw and wedge can also be verbs: kjurwa and dheuva respectively.
I'm going to need all these, too, I guess.
Urianian has it already. From the verb kirtid, the noun kirt is
derived. Suraetuans don't have the instrument and thus not the word
either. In Azurian it's an old loan through Danish, thus inserting
the sharpening: skrykva. A derived verb has an identical form.
Urianian zanglud - "inclining board". Suraetua ejubuwa - "rolling
board". Azurian another loan: skrátplán.
Urianian already has two: bilm and tabl. I might use the latter more
for "chisel". Suraetua taudua, from taug "split" + tua, instrumental
nominaliser. Azurian yet again a loan: kíl. Those Norsemen seem to
have derived a lot of their technical words from Middle German, high
Urianian rad. Suraetua lora and gugi. Gugi is for smaller implements
like spinning wheels etc. Azurian jól (with a voiceless j).
Urianian exil, I think. Suraetua elisada - "rotating stick". Azurian
Urianian dildub - "lifting rod". Suraetua akitua - "lift" +
instrumental nominaliser. Azurian væktstøng.
Pulley: Urianian dilrad is tempting. Suraetua, I don't think they had
it. If they did, possibly akilora. Azurian trisa.