Sunday, November 28, 2010

Stone, in my words

clarn : stone

The Fennas word for stone is clarn. Clarn is an uncommon last name. Similar word Clarin is the name of a newspaper in Argentina.

The Welsh word for stone is carreg, the Irish word for stone is clcoh, and the Breton word for stone is maen.

Correct me if I'm wrong on any translations.

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Wool, in my words

lagn : wool

The Fennas word for wool is lagn. Lagn is a rare last name. In Bresciano (a northern Italian language) lagn means lament.

The Welsh word for wool is gwlan, the Irish word for wool is olann, and the Breton word for wool is gloan.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Sand, in my words

taedh : sand

The Fennas word for sand is taedh.

The Welsh word for sand is tywod, the Irish word for sand is gaineamh, and the Breton word for sand is traezh.

I started the Fennas word for sand with T because the Welsh and the Breton words begin with T. I ended the Fennas word with H because the Irish and the Breton words end with H.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Cold, in my words

coldyfer : cold

The Fennas word for cold is yfer. In Old English ýfer (or ýfre) means escarpment.

The Welsh word for cold is oer, the Irish word for cold is fuar, and the Breton word for cold is yen.

Hope you liked the water faucet graphics for cold and hot.