Day 1 & 8
Day 12, oops!
So, I’m doing what, every 4 days?
Before the Curse hit their little corner of the world, the Shou were known as the finest artists in all the land – poetry, painted art, sculpture. Now they are known as the finest artificers, but they do still hold some vestiges of art.
They live a shorter lifespan then the average human-variant, but they make up for this with a very quick childhood and a very intense apprenticeship/scholarly period. The apprenticeship is known as “the hard years” and is both headed and followed by one-year “wander times”
Child: notey (NOTE-ay)
(this is a word that is about as generic as “child,” meaning any non-adult.
Apprentice – Het tppey (HET tp(pop)-hay)
to apprentice – Het tpp o
(Fiassh apprenticed to Eyone on her tenth year, when she stopped being a child).
And from that, to take as an apprentice, Tcho het tpp o, which shortened after some time to Tcho o . Technically, that just means to take on, but it is always used in meaning to take on as an apprentice. One who takes on: tchotey.
Sound Inventory 2
I’ve used F, t, pp, S, sh, tch, h, n, kw
ee, e, oou, (a) e, ia (yuh), ey (Fonzie!), o