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Emaelivpeith G. van der Vegt:
> kxi pó gcáns ken
> I like cats too.
>
> gís dzéns ton
> They taste nice.

Jhiye jhor'geithesa aet t'kegharn, 'sa kegheron* so'dacresaeam da!
You must be Kegharn, the enemy* of the Cresaeans!

*Chenil, ne sshak kegheron mikyasoríd. Fasi, 'un jhi? :)
*Note the etymology of "kegheron." Obvious, isn't it? :)

T'ves emaelivpeith Lars Finsen:
> Da ritgan sin zoni meg gedant.
> Your speakers have many sounds for cats.

Jhi, llavni n'o. :/ Jhiye mlirev jholaizim'da ne kyar'cyuma sotanim.
Yes, I know. :/ The feline-species (of Cresaea) must have human-like larynges.


T'ves emaelivpeith Roger Mills:
> eme yala mami ! ena, katola raka-raka
> So are mine! well, really big cats*
> (*obvious Terran loan word; I need to figure out
> how the Kash refer to biological species.)

Ojo daedh shav kashim'da eg cyuma?
Do the Kash also speak like humans?

Bi'aerevkeni n'eyemaene seith, e'kath vesha'kash. Jhor'väe t'no?
I can't find your website about the Kash. Where is it?


T'ves emaelivpeith Kelvin Jackson:
> Ťula balekižvoglakâs ša "Silavišk šarf spostinišk larf."
> The sky-people believe that "a more complex machine fails sooner."

Jhor'larijh t'mleith neirnim 'sa esún. ;)
Your sky-people are smart. ;)


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