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Very interesting. I was able to view part of the Delany book on 
amazon.com ... found the following to be delightfully strange:

``The verb _irid_, to be, as is often the case with
this verb in other languages, is slightly irregular, 
but _ir_ also means "god" or "wrong" (for reasons
best known to the Prashadsim); _sha ira_ would mean
"that is wrong" or "that is god."''