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Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« on: June 01, 2011, 11:19:48 pm »
Has anyone else been looking for a na'vi rhyming dictionary? I remember many months ago one existed...

well, here is one that I generate every time after the main LN dictionary is edited. Just thought I might bring it to light that it may be useful for those who like to write Na'vi poetry or lyrics or what have you.

http://tirea.learnnavi.org/dictionarydata/NaviRhymeDictionary.html
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Re: Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2011, 08:21:11 am »
As I have said on your pìloktsyìp:

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Tewti! :D

Ngian for -ä note that all nouns in the genetive case count too.
for -al don't forget about the pronouns oengal, ayoengal and awngal. Other nouns ending on a in the agentive case fall under here too.

On a related note (the important part of this...) you should add a note that additional rhymes can be formed from suffixes, such as the case markers (goes for -Vl, -Vt, -Vr, -ru, -ti, -ri, -o, -tu, -yu, where V is any Na'vi vowel).

Nì'i'a, you have the word a twice.

Part of the reason for these small quirks is that this dictionary was script-prepared.

Finally, I should mention that a Na'vi rhyme isn't quite the same as a rhyme in English.  They are more like "same last letter sounds".

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Re: Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2011, 08:31:17 am »
Wow, awesome idea! :D Irayo nìtxan for this. :)

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Re: Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« Reply #3 on: June 02, 2011, 09:51:33 am »
How do you make the site? Would you please let me know about something on it..

Because I am now keep updating a list, it will be much more convenient if I can list them in another place like this. :)
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Re: Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« Reply #4 on: June 02, 2011, 10:01:51 am »
'Oma Tirea, did you miss the header of the page? Here's a copypaste.


specifically,
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*Note that MANY more rhymes are possible with using suffixes and enclitic adpositions.*

I'll go and delete the extra a.

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How do you make the site? Would you please let me know about something on it..

Because I am now keep updating a list, it will be much more convenient if I can list them in another place like this. :)

What site? tirea.skxawng.lu ? skxawng.lu is SirHaxalot's domain. he let me have the tirea.skxawng.lu subdomain. I use ssh to update it.

you keep updating a list of what?

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Re: Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« Reply #5 on: June 02, 2011, 10:14:33 am »
'Oma Tirea, did you miss the header of the page?

Apparently I did (oops :P)

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Re: Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« Reply #6 on: June 02, 2011, 10:18:08 am »
It's okay. Maybe eventually I can even figure out how to make an exhaustive version with including suffixes and adpositions.

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Re: Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« Reply #7 on: June 02, 2011, 10:26:40 am »
They are just all the same, aren't they? (or do you mean adding like -ìl, -fkip to the list? This is good)

What site? tirea.skxawng.lu ? skxawng.lu is SirHaxalot's domain. he let me have the tirea.skxawng.lu subdomain. I use ssh to update it.

you keep updating a list of what?

For this.
« Last Edit: June 02, 2011, 10:31:36 am by Ikran Ahiyìk »
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Re: Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« Reply #8 on: June 02, 2011, 10:30:06 am »
What site? tirea.skxawng.lu ? skxawng.lu is SirHaxalot's domain. he let me have the tirea.skxawng.lu subdomain. I use ssh to update it.

you keep updating a list of what?

For this.

Are you looking for a way to automatically generate that text?

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Re: Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« Reply #9 on: February 23, 2012, 04:41:38 pm »
Would you be able to list the endings alphabetically?  That makes it a ton simpler.

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Re: Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« Reply #10 on: February 23, 2012, 05:43:12 pm »
Would you be able to list the endings alphabetically?  That makes it a ton simpler.

I wrote in the header how to use it very quickly while it is not in Alpha order.

I plan to do that eventually but no matter what, specific page search is always much faster than scrolling.

One of these days I will edit that generator script. Im currently working on generated Quizzes.
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Re: Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« Reply #11 on: February 23, 2012, 05:53:21 pm »
Wou, I have never saw this topic. :-[
Awesome idea, ma Tirea! And great work! :)
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Re: Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« Reply #12 on: February 24, 2012, 07:54:18 am »
Would you be able to list the endings alphabetically?  That makes it a ton simpler.
To make things simplest as possible, install vrrtepcli tool (http://code.google.com/p/vrrtepcli/), it contains rhyming dictionary too:
Code: [Select]
C:\Windows\System32>vrrtepcli -r tsawke
Vrrtep CLI v1.94.2 by Tirea Aean
Windows version by Swoka Ikran
Standalone version

'awve, 'ite, 'upe, 'upxare, atxkxe, ayoe, äie, ätxäle, eyaye, fìtsenge, fte, fteke, ftue, fyape, hufwe, kame, ke, kehe, kempe,
 kìte'e, kllte, krrpe, kxetse, lahe, lumpe, mllte, moe, mune, munge, ne, nì'awve, nìftue, nume, oe, ohe, pe, plltxe, poe,
 rawke, rutxe, sänume, seze, spe'e, srake, srane, Tawtute, te, tupe, tute, tsap'alute, tsawke, tsenge, tsengpe, tskxe,
 tsmuke, txele, ulte, yawne, zamunge, zene, fkxake, pate, spule, zenke, luke, sre, holpxaype, hìmtxampe, lì'upe, tse,
 nikre, syuve, tete, mekre, kxuke, trr'awve, trrmuve, trrpxeyve, trrtsìve, trrmrrve, trrpuve, trrkive, fnepe, trrpeve, pxisre,
 'awlie, hewne, muve, pxeyve, tsìve, mrrve, puve, kive, volve, syeptute, smaoe, flefle, kxaylte, fuke, muntxate, 'eve,
 'evenge, tìspe'e, nìFranse, nìToitsye, Sweriye, skxaypxe, wäte, tìwäte, säwäte, lewäte, nìwäte, lisre, slele, nìslele,
 ye, somwewpe, tsyafe, wawe, txanwawe, nìwawe, säplltxe, koakte, 'are, fkxile, Toitsye, mìftxele, letxiluke, nìtxiluke,
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Re: Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« Reply #13 on: February 24, 2012, 09:06:58 am »
Would you be able to list the endings alphabetically?  That makes it a ton simpler.
To make things simplest as possible, install vrrtepcli tool (http://code.google.com/p/vrrtepcli/), it contains rhyming dictionary too:
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C:\Windows\System32>vrrtepcli -r tsawke
Vrrtep CLI v1.94.2 by Tirea Aean
Windows version by Swoka Ikran
Standalone version

'awve, 'ite, 'upe, 'upxare, atxkxe, ayoe, äie, ätxäle, eyaye, fìtsenge, fte, fteke, ftue, fyape, hufwe, kame, ke, kehe, kempe,
 kìte'e, kllte, krrpe, kxetse, lahe, lumpe, mllte, moe, mune, munge, ne, nì'awve, nìftue, nume, oe, ohe, pe, plltxe, poe,
 rawke, rutxe, sänume, seze, spe'e, srake, srane, Tawtute, te, tupe, tute, tsap'alute, tsawke, tsenge, tsengpe, tskxe,
 tsmuke, txele, ulte, yawne, zamunge, zene, fkxake, pate, spule, zenke, luke, sre, holpxaype, hìmtxampe, lì'upe, tse,
 nikre, syuve, tete, mekre, kxuke, trr'awve, trrmuve, trrpxeyve, trrtsìve, trrmrrve, trrpuve, trrkive, fnepe, trrpeve, pxisre,
 'awlie, hewne, muve, pxeyve, tsìve, mrrve, puve, kive, volve, syeptute, smaoe, flefle, kxaylte, fuke, muntxate, 'eve,
 'evenge, tìspe'e, nìFranse, nìToitsye, Sweriye, skxaypxe, wäte, tìwäte, säwäte, lewäte, nìwäte, lisre, slele, nìslele,
 ye, somwewpe, tsyafe, wawe, txanwawe, nìwawe, säplltxe, koakte, 'are, fkxile, Toitsye, mìftxele, letxiluke, nìtxiluke,
 way a plltxe,

for Windows I recommend the Standalone version.

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Re: Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« Reply #14 on: March 04, 2012, 07:46:54 pm »
NEW!

I have altered the script to generate the rhyme dictionary in alphabetical order! :D

Check it out ;)

EDIT: And I know about the "a, a," deal. And I don't feel like fixing it. That is literally because a is listed in the main database twice. even looks like an age-old hack in the database:


$ cat metaWords.txt | grep ";a;"
120;a;a;\N;part.
124;a;a;\N;affix


If it bugs one of you extremely badly to the point you can't stand looking at it, I'll totally fix it.
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« Reply #15 on: March 04, 2012, 08:10:57 pm »
Coolness of alphabetizing!  Thanks. :D
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Re: Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« Reply #17 on: March 25, 2013, 03:44:08 am »
Kaltxì ma Tirea Aean

Fwolew tìkangkemti ngeyä, slä ke tsun rivun oe nang  :(
Srake nga tsun nivìn ?  :D





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Re: Na'vi Rhyming Dictionary
« Reply #19 on: April 11, 2013, 04:27:08 am »
Kaltxì ma Tirea Aean

Ngaru seiyi irayo nang  :D


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