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CONLANG  March 2013, Week 3

CONLANG March 2013, Week 3

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Re: CHAT: Does etymology awareness affect your speech?

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Herman Miller <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 21 Mar 2013 21:41:42 -0400

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On 3/21/2013 12:17 PM, Christophe Grandsire-Koevoets wrote:

> In Moten, _ivajagi_ means both "to learn, to study" and "to teach" (in both
> cases, the object is the subject taught or studied). The distinction
> between those two senses surfaces mostly in actor nouns derived from this
> verb: a student is _vajagzif_, literally "learner", while a teacher is
> _vajagnon_, literally "teaching artist/craftsman" (in Moten, teaching is
> considered a _bel_, i.e. an art or craft).

Jarda similarly has a range of derived nouns, e.g. from "siv":

sivŏl "teacher"
sivun "student, learner"
sivis "education"
sivag "subject of learning, field of study"

("Student" may also be "nünŏl", from the unrelated word "nün" meaning 
"to study").

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