Some New Stuff

hôtir v. to be good (hôticir v. to make good)
(adj. hôt-) 

Thus we have: Dasken ĉeonos hôtisotok(eut) (That your day should be good). In short form "Hôtisotok(eut)" means "Hello."

migir v. to be named (migitir v. to give ... as a name)
(n. m. mig)

Thus we have: "Lesteraf migatok(eut)."

Sîstir v. to be a member (sîsticir v. to include as a member, to recruit)

Thus we have: "Concertchoirasaroum sîstok(eut)."

ayir v. to like, or to be in love.
ayitir v. to please
amir v. to be friend
amitir v. to befriend

Thus we have: Yuèkas ayitokemm. Personniasamitiratokē ayatok(eut).

Vocab updates!

Words about government & aristocracy

Duke: Doje (n.m.)
Dukedom: Dojiate (n.f.)
Duchy: Dojierie (n.f.)

Monarch: Kwone (with various gender forms)
Kingship: Kwoniate (n.f.)
Monarchy: Kwonierie (n.f.)

Dictator: Cypon (with various gender forms)
Dictatorship: Cyponate (n.f.)
Dictatorship (system): Cyponerie (n.f.) 

Absolute monarchy: Kwoniatias cyponatiasum

Figure-head: Béchulan (with various gender forms)
Figure-head-ship: Béchulanate (n.f.)

Constitution: Sçandinlude (n.m.)
Constitutional system: sçandinludierie (n.f.) 

Constitutional Monarchy: Kwoniatias béchulanatiasum, or kwoniatias sçandinludiatias.

Citizens (as a group): Démocre (n. neutre)
Democracy: Démocriate (n.f.) 

Parliament: Parlement (n.m.)
Parliamentary political system: Parlementerie (n.f.)
Parliamentary democracy: Démocriatias parlementatiasum 

President: Iondaetoute (various genders)
Presidency: Iondaetoutiate (n.f.)
Presidential system: Iondaetoutierie
Presidential democracy: Démocriatias cyponatiasum, or Démocriatias iondaetoutiatiasum

Minister: Chôtinmeur (various genders)
Ministry: Chôtinmerie (n.f.)
Minister-ship: Chôtinmeurate (n.f.)
Government: Chôtinmente ( 

Believe

créxinir vt. believe

ayir vt. love

di n.m. God

sendir v.i. fall

Two Basic Vocab!!!

Dacôs: Yes

Nouô: Okay

Mêssis: Yes! (Comme "Si" en français)

Phés: No

Phévras: Not really.

Some New Vocab

Bétsanic adj. miserable

Vive n. f. life

:-(

A miserable life: viviaz bétsanicaz

Some Vocab

Lingite n.f. language
Mane n.f. kind
Tebidatic: adj. particular
Seurème: n.f. system
Codifir: vt. encode
Décodifir: vt. decode
Infotate: n.f. information
Devenir: vt. become
Doshin: n.m. object
Étude: n.m. study
Grammateur: flex. grammarian
Ancienic: adj. ancient
Soyuw: n.m. term
Avoir: vt. have
Dinyude: n.m. Definition
Peuve: n.f. ability
Utilir: vt. use
Yuyan: n.m. speech
Originir: vi. originate
Temps: n.m. time (era...)
Shikyanic: adj. prehistoric
Jâyinic: adj. remote
Jaitine: n.f. family
Commence: n.f. beginning
Écrite: n.f. writing

January 3 2010 - Vocabulary Update

I will give some information about etymology.

Noun

Second (m.) second [English]

Fene (f.) minute [Chinese]

Heure (f.) hour [French]

Demieure (f.) half-hour [French]

Keeh (m.) quarter [Chinese]

Morgenn (m.) morning [6-9 a.m.] [English]

Shorgenn (m.) morning [9 a.m.-12 p.m.] [Chinese & English]

Mide (f.) noon [French]

Shargenn (m.) afternoon [Chinese & English]

Abend (m.) evening [German]

Nuite (f.) night [French]

Minuite (f.) midnight [French]

Dinlude (m.) law code. [Chinese, "Ding Lü", which means natural principles.]

Jour (m.) birthday. [French, which means day.]

Cheone (m.) day. [Chinese/Korean, which means the sky.]

Semian (m.) week [French]

Mois (m.) month [French]

Anne (f.) year [French]

Byéanne (f.) century [Derivative]

Tsyéanne (f.) millennium [Derivative]

Rize (f.) date. [Chinese, "Ri zi", which means day.]

Mak (flex.) man. [Verlans, French, "mec", which means man.]

Meuve (flex.) woman. [Verlans, French, "meuf", which means woman.]

Jaise (f.) home. [Chinese, "Jia", which means home]

Jaisone (f.) house. [Jaise]

Apparte (m.) apartment. [English]

Shaye (m.) the present time [Chinese, "Xian", which means now]

Shaynnde (f.) modernity [Chinese, "Xian Dai", which means modern era]

Guerre (f.) war [French, which means war]

Rene (n.) person [Chinese, "Ren,", which means person, human kind, etc.]

Renrene (f.) people [Chinese, "Renren," which means everyone]

Chôte (m.) politics [Chinese, "Chao," which means dynasty, political affairs of a dynasty]

Chôtinmente (m.) government [Chinese, "Chao Ting", which means royal government]

Chôtinmerie (f.) ministry [Chinese, word form of French]

Chôtinmeur (flex.) minister [Word form of French]

Neige (f.) snow [French]

Baiseur (flex): communist [Etymology top secret]

Pizz (f.) pizza [English]

Travaux: (m.) work [French]

Shouben: (m.) book [Chinese]

Abécédaire: (f.) alphabet [French]

Jimow: (m.) letter (a, b, c...) [Chinese]

Latin: (m.) Latin

Nourit (f.) Food [French]

Boîte (f.) Box [French]

Jukoulil (m.) Chocolate [Chinese]

 

Verb

Comprir (vt.) understand [French: comprendre]

Désir (vt.) desire [French: désirer]

Plaindrir, emm (v. refl) complain [French: se plaindre]

Plaindrir (v.i.) sympathize [French: plaindre] Plaindrir+Thematic case

Zoulir (vt.) do [Chinese: Zuo]

Changeuhir (vi.) sing [Chinese: to sing a song]

Yinnir (vt.) sing [Chinese: to sing]

Dir (vt.) say [French]

Lir (vt.) read [French]

Mangir (vt.) eat [French]

Chyir (vi.) eat [Chinese]

Fuyir (vt.) second [Chinese]

 

Adjective

Méhic (adj.) beautiful [Chinese: Meihao

Jiongic (adj.) embarrassed, uneasy [Chinese, "Jiong"]

Farric (adj.) cold [French: froid]

Difficilic (adj.) difficult [French: difficile]

Quèsic (adj.) 

Quelic (adj.) which (interrogative) [French]

Hôc (adj.) good [Chinese]

 

Noun Determiner

aukic (adv.) any

 

Adverb

Quant: (adv.) when (relative) [French]

Quans: (adv.) when (interrogative) [French]

Out: (adv.) where (relative) [French]

Ous: (adv.) when (interrogative) [French]

Comet: (adv.) how (interrogative) [French]

Pronoun

W: 1st person [Chinese: "Wo," "Women"]

Zen: 1st person editorial/royal [Chinese: "Zhen," the royal we]

N: 2nd person [Chinese: "Ni," "Nimen"]

Nin: 2nd person polite [Chinese: "Nin"]

T: 3rd person [Chinese: "Ta"]

Quit: Who, relative [French]

Quis: Who, interrogative [French]

Quèt: Which, relative [French]

Quès: What, interrogative [French]

Quit (in Genitive): Whose [French]

Quel: Which, interrogative [French]

Introduction to Lesteranian Vocabulary

The Vocabulary of Lesteranian is based on the vocabulary of Chinese, English, and French, and the intuition of the creator of the language himself.

I will post new vocabularies on this site, while crucial grammatical vocabularies will be seen on the grammar page.