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Re: Earth fauna and flora in Na'vi language
« Reply #20 on: January 28, 2017, 05:16:14 am »
One could mean with 'Rrtayä ikran(ay) some of those pterosaur, too. :)

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Re: Earth fauna and flora in Na'vi language
« Reply #21 on: January 28, 2017, 03:46:01 pm »
Depending on the size of the Dragon, 'rrtayä Toruk could also be a thing ;D
Yeah ;D
And what about 'Rrtayä Ikranay for small Dragon? ;D
Could be. According ASG, ikran has wing span about 13,9 metres, while ikranay about 7 metres. Another option is ikrantsyìp, or for very small dragon-like animals I'd prefer fkio (maybe usable for chameleon too) or possibly riti (althought this looks like bat-like specie)
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Re: Earth fauna and flora in Na'vi language
« Reply #22 on: January 28, 2017, 03:52:54 pm »
Depending on the size of the Dragon, 'rrtayä Toruk could also be a thing ;D
Yeah ;D
And what about 'Rrtayä Ikranay for small Dragon? ;D
Could be. According ASG, ikran has wing span about 13,9 metres, while ikranay about 7 metres. Another option is ikrantsyìp, or for very small dragon-like animals I'd prefer fkio (maybe usable for chameleon too) or possibly riti (althought this looks like bat-like specie)
I considered about ikrantsyìp too but I would prefer ikranay in this case (or Ikranaytsyìp for really very small dragon?  ;D )



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Re: Earth fauna and flora in Na'vi language
« Reply #23 on: January 28, 2017, 04:23:27 pm »
Depending on the size of the Dragon, 'rrtayä Toruk could also be a thing ;D
Yeah ;D
And what about 'Rrtayä Ikranay for small Dragon? ;D
Could be. According ASG, ikran has wing span about 13,9 metres, while ikranay about 7 metres. Another option is ikrantsyìp, or for very small dragon-like animals I'd prefer fkio (maybe usable for chameleon too) or possibly riti (althought this looks like bat-like specie)
I considered about ikrantsyìp too but I would prefer ikranay in this case (or Ikranaytsyìp for really very small dragon?  ;D )
both ikrantsyìp and Ikranaytsyìp to me appears like young ikran/ikranay (lini). Fkio seems to be better here.
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Re: Earth fauna and flora in Na'vi language
« Reply #24 on: January 29, 2017, 12:19:22 pm »
Depending on the size of the Dragon, 'rrtayä Toruk could also be a thing ;D
Yeah ;D
And what about 'Rrtayä Ikranay for small Dragon? ;D
Could be. According ASG, ikran has wing span about 13,9 metres, while ikranay about 7 metres. Another option is ikrantsyìp, or for very small dragon-like animals I'd prefer fkio (maybe usable for chameleon too) or possibly riti (althought this looks like bat-like specie)
I considered about ikrantsyìp too but I would prefer ikranay in this case (or Ikranaytsyìp for really very small dragon?  ;D )
both ikrantsyìp and Ikranaytsyìp to me appears like young ikran/ikranay (lini). Fkio seems to be better here.
Hmm ... ikrantsyìp and Ikranaytsyìp as young ikran/ikranay ... it looks interesting. It not occurred to me.
I think that Fkio is good possible too.

 

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