Welcome to the Lexember Challenge!
Every year, conlangers can take the opportunity for the month of December to challenge ourselves to add a new word to our conlang’s lexicon.
What word have you coined today? Any cultural or associated worldbuilding notes? Tell us about your inspiration!0
6 thoughts on “Lexember 11”
I’m away from home today, so hopefully I remember to add it to the lexicon when I’m back tonight, but Firen’s new word for today is gol, cup or drinking vessel.
(I lost signal at exactly the moment I tried to post this the first time, so if this is a duplicate that’s why.)
Word of the day
titom, meaning ‘creature, critter’. Esp in reference to rodents and small mammals.
I’m thinking of making an expression like “titomi omi” (‘those many critters’, with the “emphatic” plural) to mean like… some kind of pixies or nature spirits that people believe in. Or maybe “titoma oma” (‘those few critters’) depending on if they’re viewed as plentiful or not. As like a… I dunno the term but one of those words you use in order to not have to say the thing’s real name or title. I don’t know enough about the folklore and stuff tho so leaving the exact nature of these critters for later.
Catching up: yesterday’s word was mūp: torus, donut-shaped object. Back with more later, hopefully.
dweb: knotted, tangled
mikhe, [ mi.xe ], adj. pretty; having fine, sharp features; generally associated with women more than men, especially young women