In Senjecas there are three words that fit this description.
ṁe̋la, 1) t.v. write-, compose-, -(poetry). 2) i.v. write-, compose-, -poetry.
ṁe̋lis, adj. poetic.
There is one compound of this verb:
ļőma, i.v. tell stories, spin yarns.
ļomőőnus, storyteller, fable writer.
ļőmos, legend, fable, tale, saga, story, tradition.
The prefix ”ðees-“ relates a word to the spiritual realm. Thus, ðeesļőmos means myth.
tőőlča, t.v. narrate an epic.
tőőlčis, adj. epic.
toolčőőnus, epic narrator.
There are no etymologies since, in this conculture, Senjecas is the original language.
----- Original Message -----
So, it's my birthday, and I'm working on something as a present for
myself. I'd like to collect terms that gloss to something like 'poet',
'word smith' or (dare I say) 'cunning linguist' in as many conlangs as
possible. Would you y'all be willing to tell me about how that would
come out in your various conlangs? I'd love to see etymologies if you
have them too. If you have special orthographies, I'd love to see that
(apologizes to those who have seen this cross-posted elsewhere)