156964Re: alíta na-lahéap
- Jan 4, 2009BP Jonsson wrote:
> Carsten Becker wrote:Wot a coincidence. The Prevli word for year that I used _nnavge_ [(@)'ndavge]is derived from the word for 'spin, revolve' /nabiN/. It is actually somewhat obsolete, as almost everyone uses Kash _pehan_ ['pexan], in Prevli ['pehan]; if it is ever nativized, it would be /pehan/, surface form _pe:nä_.
> > Hi,
> > Perikyan hiro mino!
> > year happy new
> > ....In my conlang
> the word for 'year' is derived from 'sun
> circle' as well: perin, 'sun' + hikyan,
> In Icelandic _Sólhringur_ 'sun ring' means '24
> h period'.
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