caeruleancentaur wrote: > > Senjecan is, to a large extent, a language based on verbs. > However, the inflection of verbs is minimal, resulting in very > simple verb forms. > > Nouns are the parts of speech that show the greatest elaboration. > Prefixes from all the other parts of speech are permitted on root > nouns. One category of nouns is those based on the root _dêmon_ > from the verbnoun _dêma_ build. -on tells us that it is a concrete > noun related to the stem. It means building. Please don't > think "skyscraper." It can be any type of building that humans (or > other intelligent beings) construct. > > I have found the following nouns in the dictionary: > > [snip] > > ÿéélmuuldêmon > ÿêêlon, glass & mûûla, plant = greenhouse. Nice set of compounds. The word for "glass" given here has the form of a concrete noun related to a stem. Is it from "ÿêêla"? meaning what? (or is it just a coincidence?) --Ph. D.