Lexember 22: La is for…

Lweemúran ([ɫeːˈmu.rən]), the Kharulian word for Muipido. While the early Muipidans borrowed the Kharulian word for themselves (which was worn down to Khoy), the early Kharulians called the region east… Read more »

Lexember 20: Khya is for…

khyamair [ça.maˈir], which means “to think, ponder, consider”. This is, naturally, a common activity of Kharulian scholars. Like in English, one can use maghmair [maʝ.maˈir] “I think” with a complement… Read more »

Lexember 19: I is for…

ivághyas [iˈβa.ʝas], the word for a nerite, literally “swimmer”. The nerites are mysterious mer-people; they live in the ocean, but the Kharulians knew of them from their occasional forays onto… Read more »

Lexember 18: Mas is for…

matnugh [matˈnuʝ], a compound meaning “good family name”. A family name was considered “good” if it was shared by someone notable for their accomplishments, especially a historical figure; people with… Read more »

Lexember 14: Ko is for…

khandogh [xanˈdɔʝ], which means “to father (a son)”. This is an Old Kharulian compound meaning “breathe along” (kan “along” + tòy “breathe”), referring to the Kharulian belief that the male… Read more »