Lexember 3

Lexember 3

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!


7 thoughts on “Lexember 3



    Today’s word for Firen:

    lůffotuf, “soul”

    Coined for use in the compound lůffokofso, “soul-fire”. Lůffokofso is the name of the magical fire created by Rajafaṙ to animate the sůṙjafia. (Well, that’s the Firen name for it. In Jafren it has a different name, but I haven’t even started on that language yet.)

  2. fifpē: to cringe at, be embarrassed by. It conjugates as the second verb in the sentence, the same way as himna- (to make someone do something).

    Unrelated bonus (derived word, not a new lexeme): bēkok: the Christian season of Advent (from a cognate to “coming;” the conlang word is more literally “arriving, arrival”)

  3. Another day, another bodypart.


    Ilo = belly, stomach. I think both the abdomen in general and the food-stomach in specific. Not sure if also used for wombs as in referring to pregnancy or not.


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