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  • Kai MacTane
    ... Mana Yátine ? Ma ve Percoron ná? ... Anwave, marinye San Franciscosse, ara falasse Earo Senda[1]. Sinome i súre polda ná, ar hisie tule rimbave. Nan
    Message 1 of 9 , Sep 15, 2002
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      At 9/14/02 01:55 AM , Thomas Ferencz wrote:

      >marilye Yátine Nóressen, anwa?

      Mana "Yátine"? Ma ve "Percoron" ná?

      >Masse? Formenesse, Hyarmenesse, Númenesse, Rómenesse?

      Anwave, marinye San Franciscosse, ara falasse Earo Senda[1]. Sinome i súre
      polda ná, ar hisie tule rimbave. Nan Anar cala calimave lairesse.

      >Telda loasse nénye Formenya Carolinasse, ta líme vanima né.

      Ar er ná, tancave.

      >Sinome laire entulie!:-) Ata ea lauca, Anar cala.

      Úmin pole quetitas Quenyainen... "Indian Summer"?

      Masse marilye? Ma Hungariesse? Tancave hrive entuluva

      >Sinome estammes "Laire Linyenwe Nission"...

      "Old Women's Summer"? Is that like "Indian Summer" in English? A brief
      resurgence of summer near the beginning of fall, just before fall really
      takes over?

      >I vista sí poica ná, i osto vanima áresse.

      Ta mine nation ya melin San Francisco... rimbave, i osto anvanima calasse
      Anaro ná. Cenie i osto sarello[2] i hópa, ve míre Earo ná.

      >Senda otsole-metta ilquenen!

      Ar lenna!

      1: _Ear Senda_ = "Pacific Ocean".
      2: _Sarello_ is meant to be an allative form of *_sar_ "across" (from
      THAR-). The whole construction is meant to say "To see the City
      *from across* the Bay..."

      --Kai MacTane
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      "I hear the roar of a big machine,
      Two worlds and in between;
      Hot metal and methedrine.
      I hear your empire down."
      --Sisters of Mercy,
      "Lucretia, My
      Reflection"
    • Kai MacTane
      ... Áre! [That s the word I needed in my last post, when I said _cala Anaro_.] Hantale! ... Hendunyat? Hendu melissenyéva yúyo harnaina nar árenen. ...
      Message 2 of 9 , Sep 15, 2002
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        At 9/15/02 02:20 AM , Viveca wrote:

        >Mornie ar ringie umir mára nin. Nan áre ume mára, fárea pella.

        Áre! [That's the word I needed in my last post, when I said _cala Anaro_.]
        Hantale!

        >I saiwe alcar harnar hényat.

        Hendunyat?

        Hendu melissenyéva yúyo harnaina nar árenen.

        >Maruvan lauca coanyasse.

        Marie coasse mára hrivesse.

        --Kai MacTane
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        "And when I squinted/The world seemed rose-tinted;
        Angels appeared to descend..."
        --Depeche Mode,
        "Waiting for the Night"
      • Thomas Ferencz
        Aiya, ... yat- join YAT- Etym, _yátina_ united, joined ... Ah, nénye Aina Léronesse quainen loar yá. Er mine otsole, mal ta vanima né. ... Yes, yes,
        Message 3 of 9 , Sep 15, 2002
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          Aiya,
          --- Kai MacTane <kmactane@...> wrote:
          > At 9/14/02 01:55 AM , Thomas Ferencz wrote:
          >
          > >marilye Y�tine N�ressen, anwa?
          >
          > Mana "Y�tine"? Ma ve "Percoron" n�?

          yat- "join" YAT- Etym, _y�tina_ "united, joined"

          >
          > >Masse? Formenesse, Hyarmenesse, N�menesse,
          > R�menesse?
          >
          > Anwave, marinye San Franciscosse, ara falasse Earo
          > Senda[1]. Sinome i s�re
          > polda n�, ar hisie tule rimbave. Nan Anar cala
          > calimave lairesse.

          Ah, n�nye Aina L�ronesse quainen loar y�. Er mine
          otsole, mal ta vanima n�.

          >
          > �min pole quetitas Quenyainen... "Indian Summer"?
          >
          > Masse marilye? Ma Hungariesse? Tancave hrive
          > entuluva
          >
          > >Sinome estammes "Laire Linyenwe Nission"...
          >
          > "Old Women's Summer"? Is that like "Indian Summer"
          > in English? A brief
          > resurgence of summer near the beginning of fall,
          > just before fall really
          > takes over?

          Yes, yes, that's it.

          >
          > >I vista s� poica n�, i osto vanima �resse.
          >
          > Ta mine nation ya melin San Francisco... rimbave, i
          > osto anvanima calasse
          > Anaro n�. Cenie i osto sarello[2] i h�pa, ve m�re
          > Earo n�.
          >

          Qu�ta polil quete: "v�ra falassello" "from the other
          beach"




          Send'aure!

          Onillo


          "�na t�rima pelecconen enta, M�ran�no!"

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        • Viveca
          ... Anaro_.] ... Ta ná ammára.
          Message 4 of 9 , Sep 16, 2002
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            --- In quenya@y..., Kai MacTane <kmactane@g...> wrote:
            > At 9/15/02 02:20 AM , Viveca wrote:
            >
            > >Mornie ar ringie umir mára nin. Nan áre ume mára, fárea pella.
            >
            > Áre! [That's the word I needed in my last post, when I said _cala
            Anaro_.]
            > Hantale!
            >
            > >I saiwe alcar harnar hényat.
            >
            > Hendunyat?

            Ta ná ammára.

            > Hendu melissenyéva yúyo harnaina nar árenen.
            >
            > >Maruvan lauca coanyasse.
            >
            > Marie coasse mára hrivesse.
            >
            > --Kai MacTane
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