*Ampanyari Leryuvaine Hyarna Angalnóresse

*Ampanyari Leryuvaine Hyarna Angalnóresse

angry beavers

Ampanyari Leryuvaine Hyarna Angalnóresse

Ilúvea *Laukatáre ná sinome - *vilwiste ahyea, ar ta kole arrimbe luimi Angalnóresse. Lá xéya koranar ú sinyeron sa sina hya tana sire uluine ar lieron úmin mauya hehta mardentar.

*Ampanyari nar kelvar i ampanar *tappar olvalillor ar rundalillor lanna kelumi ar eke mon *uve te ve *nostalie *mahtari luimion. Ampanyari aner faraine *autienna koranari kantuxa yá, mal *lanéya queni leryaner nótime nossi ampanyaron *viríti *latsessen Angalnóreo. I estel ná sa i kelvar emmaruvar i tauressen, nótenta aluva, ar napanuvante varyalen *anqua luimi.

Beavers To Be Released In South Of England

Global Warming is here – the weather is changing, and that brings more frequent floods in England. No year passes without news that this or that river has flooded and lots of people have to abandon their homes.

Beavers are animals that build dams out of branches and pieces of wood across streams, and could be considered as natural controllers of floods. Beavers were hunted into extinction four hundred years ago, but recently several beaver families were released in various areas of England. The hope is that the animals will resettle in the forests, their numbers will flourish, and they will contribute to the protection against floods.

*ampanyar n. “beaver” < ampan- “build” + nyarro “rat” (cf. the neologism *carastanyarro)

*laukatáre n. “warming” < *laukata- “get warmer, to warm”

*vilwiste n. “weather, lit. change of air”

*tappa n. “dam, weir” < TAP, tap- cf. nappa “claw, talon”

*uv- vb “consider, regard, ponder” < UB, alongside attested úva- “be imminent”

*nostalea adj. “natural”

*mahtar n. “fighter, controller” < mahta-

*autie n. “loss, disappearance, extinction” < auta-

*lanéya adv. “recently, not long ago” < néya

*viríte adj. “various”

*latse n. “area” < LAT

*anqua prep., adv. “against” < CE anak