The Conweek – Day 4

The Conweek – Day 4

This is the fourth day of the Conweek challenge. In this challenge, you have to describe different aspects of your conworld or conculture.

Today you have to talk about the important days of your conculture. How are they celebrated? What are its origins?.

Write as much as you want, from a sentence to a full paragraph!


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  1. I decided to skip Day 3 because I don’t really have any set, and named, countries in my conworld yet (or at least not any that would make sense to name in Lǣš-enne at this point). BUT I did do Day 4, yay!

    Nadehat yhwyl. Aidom ælwiwyl-tu. Kowinjeju wǣnowas om njējoju.

    Holiday Aidom Adults become the children.

    We have a holiday. We call it aidom. The children become adults.


    I am amused at how the gloss of the last sentence looks. Anyway, aidom is a sort of coming-of-age holiday where (some of) the older children in the village will transition into adult status (usually once per year, in a collective celebration). I am a bit too tired today to think up/describe the details of the feast, but hey, at least it’s 3 tiny sentences and several new words! Yay!


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