Hritano Nandaron Rehtie

Hritano Nandaron Rehtie

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Illi melir nandar – patare nandasse tuiles hya laires mine i ammélime felmion ná. Mal nandar yú valdie nar, yorila laimaron *raition úme i antar már píron ar *hlikkoron úven, ta yú antar mat nierin. Ente saminte enta *ompasse:i tumne nandar polir sirion luime epetai varya atanion mári. Taite nanda late ara i osto yasse harinye, ar erehtánies me rimbe lussen.

Mal *Hritano nandar *nannemie-lankasse nar: rie *tuxasta mine nandaron i mo kíme Hritanesse koranaron tuxa yá ena termarir. Inye herenya *pan eke nin pata nandalmanna *aimanima aures, mal liyúmen lakarima náse. Nandaron alma ké oryea sí ata: sí *limmelda ná komya *rávalótion ar salquion erdi ar vista mo resta nandanna; olólies naite *lelyarenna. Kenasta tulurya auresse nandar nauvar síve rimbe tambe haranyer yá.

 

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*raite n. “kind, type, sort, hue” < SRIT

*hlikko n. “creeper-crawler, worm” < SLIK

*ompasse n. “advantage, benefit” < ompa “forwards”

*Hritan loc. “Britain” < from Celtiv *Pritani, with a loss of final i as it was felt to be plural1

*nannem- vb “disappear” < nem-

*tuxasta fract. “hundredth”

*aimanima adj. pron. “any sort, any kind” < manima

*limmelda adj. “loved by many, popular” < lin- + melda

*rávalóte n. “wildflower”

*lelyare n. “movement (literal and societal)”

  • 1. Thank you for Shihali on Vinye Lambengolmor for pointing out that pr > hr on analogy of Drúg > Hrú