Vorlin (Rick Harrison) 1990

ya loko yaj hus = "I am at my house"

pe mer bona hom = the very best person,

pe les bona hus = the least good house.

ti lokako yaj hus he buk = you caused the book to be located at my house; you put the book in/at my house.

buk loko yaj hus = the book is located at my house.

swi non loko Rik yo hus = that (thing) is not located at Rick's house

hom kel hajikso twa lin wel loko hu mikanbom (literally "person who create this language wel is-located-at yonder tangerine-tree"

ti vido kwa hom? = which person did you see?

virku wi hom kel ya vido wel = he is the person that I saw

ridenda hom = a laughing person, a person who is laughing;

hom kel bone gani = "a person who sings well" or "a person that sings well."

hasita hom = a hated person.

du ti wa ya deso. = Let's leave; let us (you and I) depart.

du kaco tij lif. = Conceal your love.

ne kaco tij lif. = Don't conceal your love.

ti kuso ya ma? = Do you hear me?

kuso. = Yes, I hear you.

non kuso. = No, I do not hear you.

bom : tree boma / bomtefa : arboreal, pertaining to trees bomhava : tree-ed, having tree(s) bomsena : tree-less, devoid of trees bomoz : having a large quantity of trees, a dense tree population bomuc : having an ordinary concentration of trees bomiz : having a sparse tree population, having few trees

hit : heat hita / hittefa : thermal hitoz : hot hituc : warm or lukewarm or "room-temperature" hitiz : cool

bon = goodness bone = well bonoz has a meaning similar to English "excellent," bonuc = "moderately good," boniz = "slightly good, not bad but not wonderful." bona means "good" kanbona means "bad" kanbona = mala = "bad" mal = badness male = poorly, badly.

Ligamines, Links, Ligoj.

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