I Nulla Nakka Ya Kúva Harmar

I Nulla Nakka Ya Kúva Harmar

Ilúvea *laukatáre umbe ná ya voro lihlikka kata i silúmea umbe *iluhímeo. Mal yú urre tulmar ké kolir *lahoraine *tyardar: yalle helke *tique ar *nanya *laukatárenen apanta ké engwi i kuvine nér nu sa. *Fornóresse, ara i osto Lendbreen, tára oron ya tensi tupina helkenen, mal sí i *tiquila helke *nanhalyane nulla nakka, ar *sasse tamnar hehtaine liénen i neldea hya kantea haranyesse. *Silu i harma lá malta, míri, hya mainar, mal ilaurie *yuhtamnar ve hyapati, pilini, *lossepanor, ente lanni *vortaine nixenen. Si túvie kenai kalyuva ambe manen lie oianer, *vaimanter, faraner, ar mankaner haranyelion úme yá.


Global warming is a threat that's always lurking behind the current threat of the pandemic. But even bad events can bring unexpected effects: as the ice melts and retreats because of the warming, it may reveal things that were hidden beneath it. In Norway, close to the town of Lendbreen, is a mountain that was until now covered with ice, but now the melting ice uncovered a hidden pass and in it artifacts that were left there by people in the third or fourth century. This time the treasure is not gold, jewels, or precious things, but everyday objects of use, such as shoes, arrows, skis, even clothes preserved by the frost. This discovery may shed more light on how people lived, clothed, hunted, and traded many centuries ago.

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2020/apr/16/spectacular-artefacts-found-as-norway-ice-patch-melts


*laukatáre n. "warming" < *laukata- "warm, get warmer"

*híme n. "epidemic, contagion" < KHIM

*iluhíme n. "pandemic" < ilu "all" + *híme

*lahoraina ppl., adj. "unexpected" < hora- "wait for"

*tyarda n. "effect, result, outcome" < tyar- "cause" + suf. -da

*tiku- vb "melt, thaw"  < EQ tiqu-

*nanya- vb "retire, retreat, go back" < N(D)AN

*Fornóre, Fornor loc. "Norway" cf. EQ Ponóre

*nanhalya- vb "unveil, uncover" 

*silu adv. "on this occasion, this time" < si "this" + "time, occasion"

*yuhtamna n. "object of use" < *yuhta- "use" + tamna "artifact"

*lossepano n. "snowboard, ski"

*vorta- vb. "preserve, make last" < BOR

*vaimata- vb. "robe, clothe"