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Oh, don't worry about the exact word in English. This is just a
feature in Delang. In Delang it much easier to make a verb from a
noun. As such most nouns in the dictionary already has an accompanying
verb, or a verb can easily be inferred by grammatical rules. (if the
noun ends in a consonant, add і (i). If the noun ends in a vowel,
substitute it for і (i). If the noun ends in ҫ (zj) or іҍ (iqj), add y
(y).) In most cases the verb has a different gloss word, but sometimes
there isn't a good English verb for it. This is one of those cases.
Just imagine that the English noun also were used to describe the the
action of doing what a curmudgeon does.
I know there is an English verb called rant, but someone who rants
comments on everything, as if they disliked everything. Бјаньа -
бјаньі are more precise.

Koppa Dasao
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Гłо ƕамас інтер Мор δегај ƕамас ін моłі не ƒłемітеłі, мітеłі.
Gro hamaz intex Mox degaj hamaz in mori ne fremiteri, miteri.
May they in Death receive the peace they didn't get in dying.
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2011/9/27 Philip Newton <[log in to unmask]>:
> On Mon, Sep 26, 2011 at 10:59, Koppa Dasao <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> бјаньі (bjanqi) /bjanqi/ v. curmudgeon
>
> What does "curmudgeon" mean as a verb?
>
> Cheers,
> Philip
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