Post 1: http://www.lynthornealder.com/2017/12/25/lexember/
Post 2: http://www.lynthornealder.com/2018/01/05/conlang-extra-lexember-syllabary/
Post 3: http://www.lynthornealder.com/2018/01/08/conlang3/
Post 4: http://www.lynthornealder.com/2018/01/15/conlang3-2/
Today’s topic is… Village
We have a rertivel, the house-bowl with a central green – liklek, in a style they often use (It’s a green-green)
And wid, originally a meadow or other wide stretch of land, becomes a field for planting crops in.
We have the thit, a cattle-like creature (and thet, bovine, usually used to mean lazy and sleepy, and thot, to act in a bovine matter).
The thit and the yin, an egg-laying creature (ducklike) are kept in kid, a corrale (ked, square, kidden, square, kod, to corralle).
And the food is often cooked in a central area, which is usually a kidden, the word square, moved out to mean a central cooking-place.
Those who cook are didden. (okay, technically, that’s One-who-cooks. Must do plurals next) Continue reading