Saturday, September 1, 2001

On the subject of adjectives, there are several which don’t actually exist, but relative nouns can be made adjectives by adding the suffix –oc (with). Hence, as with the “I’m cold, I’m hungry” phrases i was working on before these wacky numbers got into the mix, one could say “Hunger is upon me” (lauc jớgεm) or adjectify the noun, “I am with hunger” (jơg láucoc). This will be the case for very many words which have both forms.

It just occurred to me that i do actually use the letter h in a couple of words, so for the record, h is still with us. I kinda like it, sometimes, depending on what letters are accompanying it.

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