I have found the following expressions of courtesy in the Senjecan
aasnâŗhus, noble lord; form of address used by a non-noble to a
noble and by the nobles to each other < ââsna, t.v. ennoble, + âŗha,
1) t.v. be in charge of. 2) i.v. be in charge.
alââ, hello; ahoy.
tus ansânsus êsa, you are too kind. ânsis = kind, pleasant,
gracious, affable, nice, sweet.
asâmas, revered mother; form of address by a younger person to an
older woman < âsa, 1) t.v. revere, reverence. 2) i.v. revere, +
asâpas, revered father; form of address by a younger person to an
older man. < âsa, 1) t.v. revere, reverence. 2) i.v. revere, + âpas,
cêlos vûûla, thank you (lit., there is a debt).
cêlos vûûla ne, you're welcome (lit., there is not a debt).
cuuðsûûnus, respected son, form of address by an older person to a
younger man < cûûda, 1) t.v. admire, esteem, approve, regard,
respect, consider, look up to. 2) i.v. admire, approve, regard, +
cuuðûqus, form of address by an older person to a younger woman <
cûûda, 1) t.v. admire, esteem, approve, regard, respect, consider,
look up to. 2) i.v. admire, approve, regard, + ðûqus, daughter.
mus túş' o mêlða, please; mêlða = pray, beg, entreat.
muşaŗhű, my lord (Voc.) respectful address to sovereigns < múşo, my,
mine, + âŗhus, lord.
susmêne, stay well [said by the one leaving] < sus, well, + mêna, 1)
t.v. await, wait for. 2) i.v. remain, stay, wait, bide; stop. (I
like "bide well")
susrhêðe, fare well [said to the one leaving] < sus, well, + rhêða,
i.v. go [in a vehicle], travel, drive, ride, sail; fare; pass.
¡dïîîjmus meħmhââltum nêso!, God save the queen!
¡túsaantâşo! (= túşo saantâş' o), to your health [a drinking toast]
¡sîfa juunmhêtam!, Happy New Year < sîfa, i.v. thrive, flourish,
prosper, batten, + jûûnis, new, + mhêtas, year.
(mus) cüáálu slűgo, how may I serve?, what? [response to being
called]. Interrogative words do not come first in the question, but
take the place their part of speech requires, in this case, an
adverb before the verb.
susğenû, (Voc.) goodwife, Mrs. (title of respect for non-noble
human) < sus, well, + ğênus, woman.
susmhirhű, (Voc.) goodman, Mr. (title of respect for non-noble
human) < sus, well, + mhîrhus, man.
¡sus ğêrhaþus!, welcome! < sus, well, + ğêrha t.v. welcome, receive,
ísus môôdaþus!, well-met! (greeting upon meeting) < sus, well, +
môôda, 1) t.v. meet, encounter, light upon, befall, bechance, happen
to, be- come of, behave towards, treat (of), betide. 2) i.v. meet,
encounter; befall, happen, bechance, come-, -to pass, -about, fall
out, take place, occur, betide.
I'm interested in learning how other conlangs &/or concultures
handle these expressions & others like them.