Pronouns revised and word generation
|From:||Clint Jackson Baker <litrex1@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, January 2, 2002, 17:17|
Well, things are starting to move swimmingly with
Kayasanoda. I'm starting to get enough roots to
generate more complex words:
rib= katsikoli =katsi "chest" + koli "bone"
daughter= kisiwetsi =kisi "female" + wetsi "offspring"
star= hatsumani =hatsu "light" + mani "point"
zebra= kehinekakwili =kehi "black" + neka "white +
This is fun!
Also, I realized that it was bad form to have a very
rare sound (the glottal stop), so I amend my reflexive
pronouns to aha-, ehe-, ...
I also forgot to mention the "negative pronouns",
which negate the agglutinating verb: ana-, ene-, ...
And I've tidied my greetings and farewells. I now
have a formal and informal for each one.
Amesika Yaweha mesawenimo =I thank God for your
Emesohaleka Yawehi =Go with God.
Much to do...
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