Re: Etabnannimizing Tsiressa Orthography
|From:||Christian Thalmann <cinga@...>|
|Date:||Monday, February 3, 2003, 22:26|
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Christophe Grandsire
> My way to break stereotypes at that time was to put them on their
> head ;))) .
I always hated the "-a is feminine" stereotype, especially since
my (male!) pseudonym is "Cinga". =)))
That's why Obrenje nicknames tend to end in -a for males and
-i for females. I consider -i so much more feminine than -a.
> That's all there can be since Maggel's word for "tree" is |driuoj|
> the way, coming back to the original subject of the thread, this word is
> inspired in some way by some natlang word having a relationship with
> will guess what I'm talking about? ;)))))
Google gives me a French site which describes the verb |druger|
as "pousser rapidement, avec exubérance".
-- Christian Thalmann