At the moment, I am a guest because -obviously- I haven't registered. Also, I haven't started the lessons yet. I want to have a name I like before I register. I know the concept I want to convey so would someone help me put this into a name?
First, I am female. I suppose that makes a difference. I want it to convey the idea that I am looking/seeking/desiring/hunting for joy (as in basic happiness or contentment with life)
Hi, welcome! Let's see if we can't find you a name
There are two words for joy, Gell and Glass and yip gender is very useful to know as it lets me know what endings I can use. To seek Gelgesthor = Joy seeker Glasgesthor = Joy seeker Gelgesthor = Female joy seeker Glasgesthil = Female joy seeker Gelgesthel = Female joy seeker Glasgesthel = Female joy seeker Gelgesthiel = Maiden/daughter who seeks joy Glasgesthiel = Maiden/daughter who seeks joy Gelgesthien = Daughter who seeks joy Glasgesthien = Daughter who seeks joy Gelgesthwen = Maiden who seeks joy Glasgesthwen = Maiden who seeks joy
To hunt Gelfaror = Joy hunter Glasfaror = Joy hunter Gelfarel = Woman who hunts joy Glasfarel = Woman who hunts joy Gelfaril = Woman who hunts joy Glasfaril = Woman who hunts joy Gelfariel = Maiden/daughter who hunts joy Glasfariel = Maiden/daughter who hunts joy Gelfarien = Daughter who hunts joy Glasfarien = Daughter who hunts joy Gelfareth = Woman who hunts joy Glasfareth = Woman who hunts joy Gelfarwen = Maiden who hunts joy Glasfarwen = Maiden who hunts joy
To watch (these are my favourites aesthetically) Gelthir = I watch joy Glasthir = I watch joy Gelthiror = Joy watcher Glasthiror = Joy watcher Gelthiril = Woman who watches joy Glasthiril = Woman who watches joy Gelthirel = Woman who watches joy Glasthirel = Woman who watches joy Gelthiriel = Maiden/daughter who watches joy Glasthiriel = Maiden/daughter who watches joy Gelthirien = Daughter who watches joy Glasthirien = Daughter who watches joy Gelthirwen = Maiden who watches joy Glasthirwen = Maiden who watches joy
To desire, want Gelaníror = Desirer of joy Glasaníror = Desirer of joy Gelaníril = Woman who desires joy Glasaníril = Woman who desires joy Gelanírel = Woman who desires joy Glasanírel = Woman who desires joy Gelaníreth = Woman who desires joy Glasaníreth = Woman who desires joy Gelaníriel = Maiden/daughter who desires joy Glasaníriel = Maiden/daughter who desires joy Gelanírwen = Maiden who desires joy Glasanírwen = Maiden who desires joy
This list is wonderful! I will have to narrow down the bunch I like before I can pick just one. They all sound so pretty. I do appreciate all the time you put into this. Thanks! I'll post my final choice.
I found a chart that said to use the alt key with a string of numbers, but it doesn't work on my keyboard. The alt and number method only works with the number key pad. The problem is the 2 on my number key pad is broken so I have to use the numbers along the top, but the alt key doesn't want to work with those keys.
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Amy: Hello! I am confused about the verb nautha-. In lesson 17 the dialog at the start has “nauthog” for “you think”, then “semin” for “I think”. Is nautha- one of the irregular verbs? I can’t find anything else it in the lessons or dictionary. Thank you!
Jul 12, 2020 2:56:39 GMT
Xandarien: Suilad! There have been two verbs used for 'to think', I apologise for the confusion. There's Nautha- 'to conceive an idea, think' and Sam- 'to think. Sam- should have been removed everywhere as it was a reconstruction that we don't need. I'll change that.
Jul 13, 2020 8:47:43 GMT
Amy: Thank you! I really enjoy the lessons. Len hannon!
Jul 14, 2020 2:16:08 GMT