Re: TRANS: Happiness
|From:||Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>|
|Date:||Friday, October 26, 2001, 12:02|
Yoon Ha Lee <yl112@...> writes:
> cevan [tSevan]: "happiness" (the most general form)
> related substantives:
> icevan [itSevan]: "joy, happiness"
> ycevan [i"tSevan]: "hope"
> acevan [atSevan]: "contentment, fulfillment"
> ferun [pferun]: "search"
> related substantives
> iferun [ipferun]: "invention, creation"
> yferun [i"pferun]: "search, quest"
> aferun [apferun]: "finding, discovery"
Nice! Is the mechanism of prefixing i-, y- and a- totally regular?
If so, what are the functions of these affixes?
I'm still on my quest for particles in Tyl-Sjok for forming nice
derivations of stems I already have.