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Re: Renu Ayinanfyayä – The Senses Paradigm
« Reply #20 on: December 08, 2012, 11:14:20 am »
I saw that Plumps already asked something about the difference between lam and 'ur fkan, especially because tìlam means appearance. If this is not a sensory impression, as Plumps puts it, it would mean that this line would be translated incorrectly:

Looks it not like the king?
Po lam na olo'eyktan srak?

And that it should be:

Looks it not like the king?
Pori 'ur fkan na olo'eyktan srak?

Now, since we don't have any confirmation yet (I eagerly await the next blog post), which of the two translations above would you choose?

EDIT: on another line, would this be correct?
You look pale.
Ngari 'ur fkan neyn.
« Last Edit: December 08, 2012, 11:17:49 am by eejmensenikbenhet »


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