G+ LoME Archive
Apr 28, 2016 (10:19)
Ma alasenya ringa yú yasse oialye? Istan sa ringa Víresse lá *aia, mal í eteménen lotarwanna notime *lúmestar yá, kennen nixe laimannar ta i palasarenna... Ar ahlárien notime auri yá hrinse Londonesse.
Mal, Anar kála!
*aia adj. 'strange, unusual' from
*lúmesta noun 'fraction of an hour, minute'
May 24, 2016 (10:07)
Manen quetuvalvë "table"? Valeria Barouch acátië
. Mana sanildë, aþumonyar?
May 24, 2016 (10:44)
eke men envinyata i Qenya quetta
May 24, 2016 (11:16)
Quetta siná (paluhta) mo cavë cenë yando mi PPQ:
[And what do we think about
(QL:82)? Does it mean rather
, since it is connected with the concept of 'stone'?]
May 24, 2016 (12:33)
well tablet is just the diminutive of table, isn't it, the two words are related.
I don't think it's a problem if sarno is originating from 'stone' we have a lot of words in our IRL languages like that, with meaning drifting away from the original.
May 24, 2016 (13:18)
I meant the tablets of the Law in the Jewish Bible. They were made of stone, weren't they?
May 24, 2016 (13:47)
yes. So were the Roman tablets for writing (of slate).
May 24, 2016 (13:59)
but does it mean that they are the same thing as a piece of furniture? I think they aren't.