I just stumbled into this thread (me hugely backlogged again as usual): > John Fisher wrote: > > > Like other people, I guess, I think that the words I choose in some way > > "sound like" their meaning. Probably this is nonsense, but here's a > > > clasant sayl sint lath yev > > sharf plenin murud celif sharday > > Interesting idea, John. Last year I went around my class > asking ppl to match subjects with their "colors", whatever > they wanted. From your above list the only ones I'm > getting clear "vibes" for are "murud" being brown, and > "celif" being blue. > > -jrh Surely "celif" is yellow. I'm sure it would be if it were Livagian. ("Lif" is "daffodil". "leks" is "lemon". "zelif" is "buttercup". "kel" is crystal.) --And.