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Offline sknente

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« Reply #50on: December 31, 2007, 19:02 »
But it's an English word made up of the names of Germanic settlers (Angles and Saxons) who dwelt in England. :)
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« Reply #51on: December 31, 2007, 19:14 »
But it's an English word made up of the names of Germanic settlers (Angles and Saxons) who dwelt in England. :)
Right you are.
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« Reply #52on: December 31, 2007, 19:25 »
My bid is to deal with names of peoples and lands as something belonging to the English word-stock.

Undertaker is a man whose trade is to make ready the dead for burial [it is a good Anglo-Saxon word] or burning and to run burials.
I thought that that word was made up by means of the Latin "under-fastened" -al. It turns out that it is truly English -els. In the Middle English times it was understood as taking in the ending -s meaning manifoldness and thus spoilt.
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« Reply #53on: December 31, 2007, 20:12 »
"under-fastened" makes me laugh.
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« Reply #54on: December 31, 2007, 20:24 »
"under-fastened" makes me laugh.
What is this "under-fastened" you all are speaking about?
I merely can't guess.

Правда выше кремлевских стен
правда ярче кремлевских звезд
я больше на кухне не жду перемен
я встал на площади в полный рост

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« Reply #55on: December 31, 2007, 21:45 »
The word 'under-fastener' is the upshot of my awkward whack not to bring into play the word "suffix" (sub+fixum).
Sorry for having brought into play the word 'to turn out'. I beg you, read "I have lernt" instead of  "It turns out that ..."
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« Reply #56on: December 31, 2007, 21:48 »
Xico, you have sinned. Xico has to kiss a reindeer in the hiney :-[ for saying "people" (<- lat. populus)
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« Reply #57on: December 31, 2007, 21:51 »
All right. FOLK.

What does the word 'hiney' mean?
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« Reply #58on: December 31, 2007, 21:54 »
Under-fastener... what about "word-tail"? :UU:

A hiney is man's best friend. It is made of flesh and you sit on it. :)
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« Reply #59on: December 31, 2007, 22:06 »
A hiney is man's best friend. It is made of flesh and you sit on it. :)

Heinie, N. Amer. slang. Also Hiney. E20.
A German, a German soldier (that is a Teutonic warrior)  :D
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« Reply #60on: December 31, 2007, 22:09 »
Yep, like I said. :D
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« Reply #61on: December 31, 2007, 22:29 »
I could not find 'hiney' in my wordbook. I think it comes from 'hind' as in 'hind legs'.

Правда выше кремлевских стен
правда ярче кремлевских звезд
я больше на кухне не жду перемен
я встал на площади в полный рост

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« Reply #62on: December 31, 2007, 22:45 »
A German, a German soldier (that is a Teutonic warrior) 
! : soldier =  from latin "soldum/solidus".
[здесь должно что-то быть]

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« Reply #63on: December 31, 2007, 23:11 »
A German, a German soldier (that is a Teutonic warrior) 
! : soldier =  from latin "soldum/solidus".
That is why I gave another wording in the bow-like crotchets. The word 'Teuton' is Germanic (though the word "Germanic" is not Germanic at all).
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« Reply #64on: January 11, 2008, 01:34 »
Great Thought - BUT!

1. What about the termen ??? Kan We work with them ? and as you see -

2. What about the TRU! rightwriting ? It means - NO! roman "C" as "K" ... Yeah ... I know this "C" was even in OE! But it is still wrong!  ;)
and a lot other bad thingen in English RightWriting !  :(

3. What about ending "n/en" instead of of "-s", although this ending is not needly as roman ... but! all the same - drop it away!  :yes:

And ... what about that a lot Agelske worden is NOT! anglo/english anyway! Even if they looks as tru-anglo ... ?

Wall ? is the latin ... and there are many such anglo-like worden in Withtiming English ! ... 

« Reply #65on: January 11, 2008, 01:45 »
Welcome to our thread, snake-friend Python. You lose a dot for "site", since from the Latin it arises. I call you to take part in our game! Maybe to begin with, you could tell a bit about yourself, what is your work and so and so, this way we get to know Python better. :)

 :down: :)

« Reply #66on: January 11, 2008, 01:47 »
Sknente, Ich understood not your speech, where ye laugh too. What ye would tell me?

maybe better it would be as Ye ! ?  ;)

« Reply #67on: January 11, 2008, 01:48 »
Yea. Are you using the German way of laying out the words in an utterance? Or is it Anglo-Saxon? (or maybe it's the same way for both)

 8) wth is this ?  :)

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« Reply #68on: January 11, 2008, 01:49 »
I greet you in this branch of our abode! Welcome, herr Rostislav. The way you speak is rather weird, but I can understand it. Out of K or C, who is to say which one should be the chosen? Upon those spellings, there are layers of dust, gathered over hundreds of years, who are we to uproot the olden ways?
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« Reply #69on: January 11, 2008, 01:56 »
Herr Rostislav, you are quick to find that which is wicked and unclean. However, those old mistakes of mine already have been spotted, and dots I have already lost, but since arisen back to life. Please do not bring my shameful blunders for all to see once yet again. :'(
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« Reply #70on: January 11, 2008, 01:57 »
Сложность еще в том, что очень многих слов не хватает.

Thee kan taek them from WithTiming Nordik Tongen! Such as Norsk and Dansk (the best way!) - the short word-root liek Anglo way + Angloliek way to build the hardy word-buildingen!

Soemthing liek the easiest - "uphold" and a lot such-liek worden ... Anglo? yes, but they haev straight way of Nordik Raw!

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« Reply #71on: January 11, 2008, 02:00 »
You should have written "thou" there.

"Thou art a wicked man."
"I beat thee with a stick."

That's when you say "thee".
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« Reply #72on: January 11, 2008, 02:02 »
Herr Rostislav, you are quick to find that which is wicked and unclean. However, those old mistakes of mine already have been spotted, and dots I have already lost, but since arisen back to life. Please do not bring my shameful blunders for all to see once yet again. :'(

yeah ... yeah ...  :) but still ... what about my Askingen ? - 1 & 3 .  8)

« Reply #73on: January 11, 2008, 02:06 »
You should have written "thou" there.

"Thou art a wicked man."
"I beat thee with a stick."

That's when you say "thee".

yeah? maybe it is right ... I`ll right it out later ... I kould taek thees Spot-Havingen in wrong way each other ...  :what:

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« Reply #74on: January 11, 2008, 02:09 »
1. The way we've taken hold of here, is making up a word using englyshe roots and then putting what we meant inside of twin bows (parentheses).

3. I see no need, but do it if you like. I don't see -s as Roman, and without it the tongue will be dead, unable to speak of anything of which there is more than one.
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