Tag: Kharulian

WW #37: Getting Negative

I’m lingering on Kharulian for another week, because I finally worked out how Kharulian marks negation. Here’s a sentence to demonstrate: Vurílim alnelíaraa madzárar majezh. [βuˈɹ̠ʲi.lʲimVuríli-mVurili-DAT alʲ.ɲeˈlʲi.a.raːalnelíara-afall-ACC maˈdza.rarmadz-arar1p-travel maˈdʒɛʒ]maj-e-zh1p–NEG–EXP We’ve… Read more »

WW #36: Smooth One

A nice two-word Kharulian sentence today: Cherikhiázlago marofken. [tʃe.ɹ̠ʲiˈçaz.ɫa.ɡoche-ri-khiázlag-o2s–REFL.POSS-apprentice-ACC ma.rɔɸʲˈcɛn]maro-fke-n1s>2s-accept-PROG I accept you as my apprentice. Gloss provided by Gloss My Gloss The root of the first word, khiázlak “apprentice”,… Read more »

WW #30: Study Trip

Even in the ancient world, Kharulian scholars would regularly take study trips to distant academies and libraries; later, this became so associated with Kharulian scholars that the word ázrak “traveller”… Read more »

WW #27: Two Doses

Here’s a Kharulian sentence to celebrate finally being fully vaxxed: Sel faghióliamui niboghi tsaro anzaros. [sɛɫs-elINAN.SG-this ɸaˈʝo.lʲa.mˠifaghioli-am-uispirit-leaf-GEN ɲiˈbo.ʝinibogh-ismall.cup-GEN ˈtsa-rotsa-rotwo-ACC an.zaˈrɔs]anza-ros3s.OBV>INAN.SG-need You need two doses of this medicine. Gloss provided by… Read more »