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Enigentian Lexember 2023
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An article containing all Enigentian entries for Lexember 2023!
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1st of December
meåhut meaxut
/meɑxut/, [ˈmeːɑxut̪]; noun, soft
sweetener; sugar (inexact but common translation); meak (loan-translation)
Attested as meåhåts meåxåts in Ververian; reflected as miahuts miaxuts in Common Enigentian
Refers to a sweet, sap-like secretion of the meacyre (MEE-ky-yer), also known as "sweet redcyre" (Rubecairus dulcis); see cyre for more context.

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *mivokis, of the same meaning, thereby cognate to  Antirian mokis mokis (meak),  Cuheshian onšis onšis (meak),  Hantumian viveoge viveoge (sweets),  Hemuziese vidžiz vidžiz (sweet food),  Classical Maharic mööx (sweetener) or  Tymikean vihge vihge (candy, sweets).

Among its derivatives are: meåhthu meaxtxu (sweet; adj), meåtheh meatxex (to sweeten; figuratively to reassure, calm down), meåkåirut meacairut (meacyre)

2nd of December
uretheh uretxex
/ureθex/, [ˈure̞θe̞x]; verb, soft
to think; to reflect on
Attested as uretseh uretsex in Ververian; reflected as ureseh uresex in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *aresixo, of the same meaning, thereby cognate to  Antirian orhu orxu (to watch; keep an eye on),  Cuheshian adžesio adžesio (to wonder; reflect on, analyse, study),  Hantumian easuzo easuzo (realize, find out),  Hemuziese jersoz jersoz (to understand),  Classical Maharic rasi (only as a noun; foresight) or  Tymikean eruts eruts, dialectally erits erits (to see).

Among its derivatives are: urethekut uretxecut (thinker, philosopher)

3rd of December
målethu maletxu
/mɑleθu/, [ˈmɑle̞θu]; adjective
new; fresh
Attested as måletsu måletsu in Ververian; reflected as malesu malesu in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *målisai, of the same meaning, thereby cognate to  Antirian molsą molsą (fresh, clean),  Cuheshian vonlise vonlise (new),  Hantumian veale veale (air),  Hemuziese valǎ valǎ (fruit),  Classical Maharic mŏwiz (fresh, nice-smelling) or  Tymikean vegle vegle (name of a fruit).

Among its derivatives are: måleteh maletex (to freshen)

4th of December
thegut txegut
/θegut/, [ˈθe̞gut̪]; noun; hard
chair; stool
Attested as thimgåts tximgåts in Ververian; reflected as sekuts secuts in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *tikumśas (place to sit; place for sitting; a stool, chair), derived from*tikoixo (to sit, to sit down; to settle?), thereby cognate to  Classical Enigentian thåeh txaex (to sit down),  Antirian tikųkas tikųkas (stool, chair),  Cuheshian čihoungas čihoungas (a wooden stool, chair),  Hantumian teighoke teighoke (table),  Hemuziese tǒgšez tǒgšez (table, seat at the table),  Classical Maharic t(u)xuuk (a place at the table) or  Tymikean tiguhte tiguhte (table; arch., only really survives in sayings).

5th of December
gurnethu gurnetxu
/gurneθu/, [ˈguɾne̞θu]; adjective
Attested as gurnetsu(e) gurnetsu(e) in Ververian; reflected as kurnesu curnesu in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *śanisai (poisonous, dangerous; evil, dark red?), thereby cognate to  Antirian karnisą karnisą (poisonous, venomous),  Cuheshian ganise ganise, dialectally also gadnise (dangerous),  Hantumian ikene ikene (bad-tasting, disgusting),  Hemuziese šenǎ šenǎ (bitter, bad-tasting),  Classical Maharic kraniz (dark red; bloody) or  Tymikean ternid ternid (sour).

Among its derivatives are: gurnethut gurnetxut (n. danger), from which gurnethureh gurnetxurex (v. get in danger, slightly informal; be in danger)

6th of December
mutueh mutuex
/mutuɛx/, [ˈmut̪u̯ɛx]; verb; soft
sell; to be sold
Attested as mutueh mutuex in Ververian; reflected as mutweh mutwex in Common Enigentian (sometimes written "mutuex" as in Classical)

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *matavixo (to donate; to lose, forget), thereby cognate to  Antirian mataúhu mataúxu (to donate, to gift),  Cuheshian vantašo vantašo (to sell; to give out),  Hantumian vedve vedve (adj. new),  Hemuziese vedzoz vedzoz (to lose, forget something),  Classical Maharic madzööx (to sell) or  Tymikean vehtso vehtso (to lose; to give away).

Among its derivatives are: mutikut muticut (n. seller, shopkeeper), memutuut memutuut (n. items, goods, products for sale)

7th of December
huvråmuthu xuvramutxu
/xuvrɑmuθu/, [ˈxuvrɒmuθu] verb; soft
proud; egoistical
Attested as huvråmutsu xuvråmutsu in Ververian; reflected as huromusu xuromusu in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *kawråmasai (enlarged, inflated, bloated), from *kawerixo (to blow; exhale?) and *råmasis (self; reflective, originally likely "head" or "body" or similar; likely behaved as if a regular noun), thereby cognate to  Cuheshian haurunase haudunase (self-centered, proud),  Hantumian uneige uneige (large; fat),  Hemuziese šeraja šeraja (fat) or  Tymikean kevrehde kevrehde (bigger, larger (in volume)).  Antirian and  Classical Maharic only reflect *råmasis (self) – as rǫsis rǫsis and rŏmzi respectivelly, both meaning "one's soul".
One of the PAK words, from which this word was derived, also has a descendant in Enigentian: *kawerixo (to blow; exhale?) is reflected as huereh xuerex (to run, to sprint).

Among its modern derivatives are: huvråmueh xuvramuex (v. act proudly and self-centered-ly)

8th of December
viklåthut viclatxut
/viklɑθut/, [ˈpiklɑθut̪]; verb; soft
Attested as viklåtsut viklåtsut, vikhlåtsumut mutuex or vikhlåktsumkt vikxlåktsumkut in Ververian; reflected as wiklasuts wiclasuts in Common Enigentian

From hlåthut xlatxut (ice, snow), combined with vikårut vicarut (house). The first word actually comes from  Skrunichese hlokçankt (ice, hoarfrost) and was taken for there was no native Athru-Kherzomian word for snow or similar.

Among its relatives are: hlåthut xlatxut (ice, snow), hlåthumeh xlatxumex (v. to snow)
yes the word for icicle is essentially "domesticated ice" fight me

9th of December
inthuthu intxutxu
/inθuθu/, [ˈinθuθu] adjective
friendly, loving
Attested as inethutsu inetxutsu in Ververian; reflected as insusu insusu in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian **unitikasai (loving, close), from *uneitikas (love; this derivation must have happened very late, way after the split into north/south/central dialect groups), thereby cognate to  Antirian ųtiksą ųtiksą (close (of friend/lover)),  Cuheshian unčihase unčihase (loving),  Hantumian uneige uneige (endearing, close, loving),  Hemuziese vonidžez vonidžez (n. friend),  Classical Maharic udzxaz (n. lover) or  Tymikean unhde unhde (n. friend, someone close).

Among its relatives are: inethueh inetxuex (v. like), from which also inethuut inetxuut (n. liking)

10th of December
hålvet xalvet
/xɑlvet/, [ˈxɑlve̞t̪]; noun, uncountable C-stem
holvat; name of a fruit
Attested as hålvet xålvet in Ververian; reflected as holwet xolwet in Common Enigentian

Refers to a dark yellow fruit of the holvat tree, native to northern subtropical areas but spread by ileamuret to southern subtropics as well. Known in English as "holvat (fruit)", deriving from this Enigentian word. The loan happened before the official system of transcribing Enigentian words into English was created, as otherwise it would have been spelt "khalvet".

Comes ultimately from  Ashbarni khalwit k'alwit, through  Renaghatic ẖqlwjt (ẖalwit),  Aqhardian ẖalwit ẖálwit and  Antirian holwat xolwat, all of the same meaning, thereby cognate to many words in nearly all languages, human ones included.

Among its derivatives are: hålvethu xalvetxu (not too common dark-yellow; having the color of holvat)

11th of December
nikut necut
/nikut/, [ˈnikut̪]; noun, hard
Attested as nimkåts nimkåts in Ververian; reflected as nikuts nicuts in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *numqas (sea/ocean, lake; body of water), thereby cognate to  Antirian nųkos nųkos (lake),  Cuheshian ounkas ounkas (sea),  Hantumian neoke neoke (ocean, sea),  Hemuziese nokěz nokěz (ocean),  Classical Maharic nuuko (lake, pond) or  Tymikean tuhko tuhko (ocean).

Among its derivatives are: none

12th of December
turåiut turaiut
/turɑiut/, [ˈt̪uraɪ̯ut̪]; noun, hard
Attested as turåiåts turåiåts in Ververian; reflected as turajuts turajuts in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *tarowuas~tarouwas (tooth; sharp object/knife?), thereby cognate to  Antirian taruas taruas (tooth),  Cuheshian tarvas tadvas (tooth),  Hantumian tavoe tavoe (bite),  Hemuziese těrvez těrvez (strength),  Classical Maharic trawa (tooth) and truum (animal teeth), or  Tymikean turve turve (knife).

Among its derivatives are: turåiveh turaivex (bite into; rarely cut into), thuråithu txuraitxu (crooked-teeth-having rude; mimicking a lisp of sorts)

13th of December
vågut vagut
/vɑgut/, [ˈpɒgut̪]; noun, formally soft but commonly hard
shit; filth
Attested as vågåts vågåts in Ververian; reflected as wokuts wocuts in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *wåśis (a break, a pause), with a dramatic shift in meaning (a break, pause > a pause you take to relieve yourself > product of such, turned vulgar), thereby cognate to  Antirian uokis uokis (rare, literary & archaic pause, calm, quiet),  Cuheshian vodžis vodžis (restroom, toilet),  Hantumian veage veage (sleep; figuratively death),  Hemuziese važoz važoz (v. sleep),  Classical Maharic oox (peace not war) or  Tymikean verb vodtso vodtso (v. pass away).

Among its modern derivatives are: våguthu vagutxu (filthy but more vulgar), vågeh vagex (to shit, take a shit); related to ågeeh ageex (to wash oneself), from *wåśixo (to take a break, to leave)

14th of December
ituleh itulex
/itulex/, [ˈit̪ule̞x]; verb, hard
be embarrassed
Attested as ituletsu ituletsu in Ververian; reflected as itulsu itulsu in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *utalisai (small, little), made into a verb and a change of meaning (small > be small > feel small, insignificant > feel bad, embarrassed > be embarrassed), thereby cognate to  Antirian utalsą utalsą (adj. tiny),  Cuheshian utelse utelse (adj. unimportant),  Hantumian udle udle (young, little),  Hemuziese vodělǎ vodělǎ (adj. young),  Classical Maharic udzwiz (adj. wrong), or  Tymikean ugul ugul (n. child).

Among its derivatives are: itulut itulut (n. embarrassement, awkwardness), itulthu itultxu (adj. embarrassing, cringy); it is not clear whether the adjective was inherited and had its meaning changed under the influence of the verb, or if it was formed anew from the verb.

15th of December
unrut unrut
/unrut/, [ˈunrut̪]; noun, hard
name of a small fluorescent flying animal; unru (loan-translation)
Attested as un(e)råts un(e)råts in Ververian; reflected as unruts unruts in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *aniras, of the same meaning, thereby cognate to  Antirian ąras ąras (fly),  Cuheshian aniras anidas (unru),  Hantumian ene ene (soft light),  Hemuziese jenrez jenrez (light),  Classical Maharic rana (a fly), or  Tymikean erne erne (soft light).

Among its derivatives are: none

16th of December
thulut tetxulut
/θulut/, [ˈθulut̪]; noun, hard
Attested as thulåts txulåts in Ververian; reflected as suluts suluts in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *tikalisai (warm), made into a noun, thereby cognate to  Antirian tikalsą tikalsą (cozy),  Cuheshian čihalse, čihalis čihalse, čihalis (adj. hot; heat),  Hantumian tighle tighle (bright, shiny),  Hemuziese tǎželǎ, tǎžliz tǎželǎ, tǎžliz (cooked; heat),  Classical Maharic tixwiz (alive, living), or  Tymikean tiggle tiggle (bright, warm).

Among its relatives are: thulthu txultxu (adj. hot, very warm)

17th of December
hukermut xucermut
/xukermut/, [ˈxuke̞rmut̪]; noun, hard
poem; song (or rather a poem recited to music, "song" is usually translated as "meicut")
Attested as hukermåts xukermåts in Ververian; reflected as khermuts cxermuts in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *kaqirmas (word, sentence; speech), thereby cognate to  Antirian kokurmas kokurmas (dialect),  Cuheshian hačirvanse hačidvanse (adj. spoken, recited),  Hantumian keageave keageave (utterance, speech),  Hemuziese kagǎrvez kagǎrvez (word),  Classical Maharic karkuma (language), or  Tymikean kegve kegve (letter, character, sign).

Among its relatives are: hukermeh xucermex (v. to recite a poem), from which also khermikeut cxermiceut (poet, writer; loaned from Common Enigentian)

18th of December
meåthu meatxu
/meɑθu/, [ˈmeːɑθu]; adjective
ancient; extremely old
Attested as mehåtsu mexåtsu, meåtsu meåtsu in Ververian; reflected as mehasu mexasu, miasu miasu in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *mexåsai (grown, tall, high), thereby cognate to  Antirian mohsą moxsą (tall, high),  Cuheshian vense vense (old age only),  Hantumian zo zo (such, so),  Hemuziese vazǎ vazǎ (adj. adult),  Classical Maharic mxuz (high, tall), or  Tymikean vahde vahde (elderly, wise).

Among its relatives are: meåtut meatut (n. antiquity)

19th of December
gåteut gateut
/gɑteut/, [ˈgɒt̪eut̪]; noun; hard
redberry; gotberry (loan-translation)
Attested as gåteåts gåteåts in Ververian; reflected as koteuts coteuts, kotewts cotewts in Common Enigentian. Equivalent to gånthu gantxu (adj. red~orange) + ureut ureut (berry; rarely fruit).

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *śåtivas~śårivas, of the same meaning, formed from *śonsai (brown) and *arivas (fruit, berry; sweet food?), thereby cognate to  Antirian koruas koruas (gotberry),  Cuheshian gočas gočas (gotberry),  Hantumian ikeadve ikeadve (fruit),  Hemuziese šarvez šarvez (fruit),  Classical Maharic kŏdzöö (gotberry; later berry), or  Tymikean terve terve (fruit; berry).

Among its relatives are: afformentioned "gantxu" and "ureut"

20th of December
nuthuut nutxuut
/nuθuut/, [ˈnuθuut̪]; noun; soft
game; entertainment
Attested as nutsvuåts nutsvuåts, nutsuåts nutsuåts in Ververian; reflected as nusuts nusuts in Common Enigentian

Deverbal from Ververian nutsvueh nutsvuex (to entertain), from  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *naswaixo (to move something, to push, shove), thereby cognate to  Antirian nasuohu nasuoxu (to push, touch),  Cuheshian nasvašo nasvašo (to set the mood, entertain/be entertaining),  Hantumian nesve nesve (n. movement, step),  Hemuziese nesǎ nesǎ (adj. fast, aggresive),  Classical Maharic noox (to love; formal to have sex esp. with a prostitute), or  Tymikean tehve tehve (n. move, movement).

Among its relatives are: nuthueh nutxuex (v. to play; to have fun)

21st of December
ulgårthu ulgartxu
/ulgɑrθu/, [ˈulgɒrθu]; adjective
blasphemous, vulgar, very rude

From English "vulgar".

Among its relatives are: ulgårut ulgarut (n. vulgarity, blasphemy)

22nd of December
hernihut xernixut
/xernixut/, [ˈxe̞ɾnixut̪]; noun; hard
bone ("kost" in Czech)
Attested as hernihåts xernixåts in Ververian; reflected as hernikhuts xernicxuts in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *xirnukas (bone/s, skeleton?), thereby cognate to  Antirian hurnukas xurnukas (bone),  Cuheshian širnuhas šidnuhas (skeleton),  Hantumian seanoghe seanoghe (skeleton),  Hemuziese sǎrdžez sǎrdžez (bone),  Classical Maharic xruxna (support; scaffolding), or  Tymikean sirnug sirnug (skeleton).

Among its relatives are: herni(h)thu xerni(x)txu (adj., informal, borderline rude skinny)

23rd of December
hutlut xutlut
/xutlut/, [ˈxut̪lut̪]; noun; hard
Attested as hitslåts xitslåts in Ververian; reflected as hisluts xisluts in Common Enigentian

Deverbal from Ververian hitslueh xitsluex (to travel; to walk on a path), from  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *kuslaixo (to walk, travel to), thereby cognate to  Antirian kulohu kuloxu (walk, go),  Cuheshian huslašo huslašo (to travel),  Hantumian kuslozo kuslozo (run),  Hemuziese kozlaz kozlaz (n. walk, jog, run),  Classical Maharic kuuwax (go), or  Tymikean kudle kudle (n. step; footprint).

Among its relatives are: none

24th of December
måkut macut
/mɑkut/, [ˈmɑkut̪]; noun; hard (rarely also soft; dialectally "mac" and uncountable C-stem)
Attested as måkåts måkåts in Ververian; reflected as makuts macuts in Common Enigentian

From  Classical Maharic maak (glass, glasses), from late Proto-Tathugic/early Proto-Maharic */mã:kai/ (glass), from  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *manśais (shard, bit, piece), thereby cognate to  Antirian mąkais mąkais (glass meaning influenced by Maharic),  Cuheshian vangas vangas (piece, bit),  Hantumian veinkozo veinkozo (v. cut off, split off),  Hemuziese venšez venšez (a cut-off, a remnant, residue), or  Tymikean ventots ventots (v. cut up; split).

Among its relatives are: none

25th of December
hitnut xitnut
/xitnut/, [ˈxit̪nut̪]; noun; soft
point (not as in "meaning, purpose", but as in "apex, tip")
Attested as hetsnåts xetsnåts in Ververian; reflected as hisnuts xisnuts in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *kisnis (sharpness; spear, arrow), thereby cognate to  Antirian kihnis kixnis (spear; flint tool),  Cuheshian šinis šinis (tip, point),  Hantumian kisne kisne (adj. sharp),  Hemuziese šisnǎ šisnǎ (adj. sharp, pointy),  Classical Maharic kiin (arrow), or  Tymikean kitnde kitnde (adj. sharp, pointy).

Among its relatives are: hitnuthu xitnutxu/hinthu xintxu (adj. pointy)

26th of December
vålkeh valcex
/vɑlkex/, [ˈpɑlke̞x]; verb; hard
to go on a journey, to go exploring; to explore, to be discovering
Attested as vålekåts vålekåts in Ververian; reflected as wolkuts wolcuts in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *wåliqas (meaning, purpose), thereby cognate to  Antirian woukos woukos (n. purpose),  Cuheshian voljčio voljčio (to explain),  Hantumian veage veage (n. end, finish; goal),  Hemuziese volgěz volgěz (n. end, finish),  Classical Maharic oowiko (n. reason), or  Tymikean valhde valhde (adj. last).

Among its relatives are: vålkikeut valciceut (n. explorer, journerer, discoverer), vålkiut valciut (n. journey, adventure)

27th of December
ilenut ilenut
/ilenut/, [ˈile̞nut̪]; noun; soft
sound, noise
Attested as (i)lenåts (i)lenåts in Ververian; reflected as ilenuts ilenuts in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *leinis (noise; creak, squeal), thereby cognate to  Antirian luinis luinis(creak),  Cuheshian lenio lenio (to make noise; to squeal),  Hantumian line line (bang, crash),  Hemuziese liniz liniz (loud noise; bang),  Classical Maharic lni (a whine, a wail), or  Tymikean linde linde (adj. loud).

Among its derivatives are: ilenthu ilentxu (adj. noisy), ileneh ilenex (v. make noise, be noisy)

28th of December
entihut entixut
/entixut/, [ˈe̞nt̪ixut̪]; noun; soft
Attested as entih(u)åts entix(u)åts in Ververian; reflected as entihuts entixuts in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *entukais (alcohol; the -nt- sequence suggests a loan), thereby cognate to  Antirian ųtukas ųtukas (alcoholic drink),  Cuheshian entihas entihas (alcohol; alcoholic drink),  Hantumian doghe doghe (toxic),  Hemuziese dnožez dnožez (vomit),  Classical Maharic etxi (specific alcoholic drink; "wine"), or  Tymikean htug htug (drink).

Among its derivatives are: entihuthu entixutxu (adj. alcoholic), entihukueh entixucuex (v. ferment)

29th of December
våmerthå vamertxa
/pɑmerθɑ/, [ˈpɒme̞rθɑ]; noun; uncountable V-stem
helmet; armour
Attested as våmertså våmertså in Ververian; reflected as womerså womersa in Common Enigentian

From  Classical Maharic uŏmedza (helmet), from  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *loumetas (a cover, a covering; a lid; a blanket?), derived from the verb *loumetixo (to cover), thereby cognate to  Classical Enigentian ilåimeteh ilaimetex (v. hide, conceal),  Antirian lųtas lųtas (fabric, cloth),  Cuheshian vlounetas vlounetas (a blanket, cover/let),  Hantumian leutzo leutzo (v. pretend),  Hemuziese lotěz lotěz (clothing, clothes) or  Tymikean luhtuts luhtuts (v. wear).

Among its derivatives are: none

30th of December
rånekut ranecut
/rɑnekut/, [ˈrɑne̞kut̪]; noun; soft
glass (a goblet)
Attested as rånekåts rånekåts in Ververian; reflected as iranekuts iranecuts in Common Enigentian

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *roneqis (container; cavity; pit?), thereby cognate to  Antirian rǫkus rǫkus (hole),  Cuheshian rončis dončis (glass, cup),  Hantumian oankeuzo oankeuzo (v. hold; rare contain),  Hemuziese rankoz rankoz (v. have),  Classical Maharic rook (content of), or  Tymikean ronkud ronkud (adj. full; filled).

Among its derivatives are: none

31st of December
uklåeh uclaex
/uklɑex/, [ˈuklɑe̞x]; verb; hard
Attested as uglåeh uglåex in Ververian; reflected as uclaeh uclaex in Common Enigentian. The devoicing of /g/ into /k/ is unexpected and has probably occurred under the influence of some low dialect (the ancestor of Common Enigentian).

From  Proto-Athru-Kherzomian *aślåvixo (to give, to gift), thereby cognate to  Antirian akloúhu akloúxu (gift, donate),  Cuheshian agolšo agolšo (praise),  Hantumian eighlazo eighlazo (give),  Hemuziese ježlavoz ježlavoz (give),  Classical Maharic akööx (gift, give away), or  Tymikean hlahtso hlahtso (give; put aside).

Among its derivatives are: uklåut uclaut (n. celebration, festival), uklåuthu uclautxu (adj. festive)

And that marks the end of the year!
I didn't write down how many words Enigentian (or any other language) had before, so I don't know exactly how many I added this month, but Enigentian is now standing at nicely round 440!
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