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The Tovasala Dictionary was once hosted at rfm.referata.com beginning on September 29, 2016. This page serves as a transitional dump featuring assorted leftovers from the original Referata site (effective July 14, 2021).

Roots created in 2020

During June 2020, at least 184 roots were added to the rootstock of what was once Relformaide before the first of several service outages occurred, and progress on the original site was eventually abandoned. All titles listed below were once subpages of "Project:Roots", and retain their original diacritics.

A

  • adinz - locate/situate/place (ad + inz)
  • äjjulg - judge (v)
  • ällaxaum - endemic (of diseases); widespread, prevalent, extensive; pervasive
  • änseul - only on... (Media, esp. Television); endemic to (of species)
  • äulkkomag - apostrophe (ault + komag, comma [English/Latin comma and Irish cámog])
  • auxilfon - hotline
  • auxilíen - helper
  • auyim - my (f) (now aunim)

B

  • balof - chaff (Occitan balòfa)
  • basant - extant (now bivasant)
  • boblen - bubble (n) (Norwegian boble)
  • boblest - bubble (v) (blend with aist, make)
  • bukev - beech (Czech/Slovak)

C

  • chitimlauf - malaria

D

  • déyail - decimal
  • dibev - dub
  • dibevíen - dubber
  • dínerpuerch - piggy bank
  • dolsham - medium (in distance)
  • dolshaum - long (in distance)
  • dolshim - short (in distance)
  • dosel - demonstrate (Latin doceō)
  • doselíer - demo
  • drastik - drastic
  • dúsol - braces ({}) (dúbim, bear [Hebrew dub-bîm (דֻּבִּים֙), or "she-bear" (2 Kings 2:24)] + mosol, smile [Hungarian mosoly(og)] -- alluding to a stylistic trademark of the characters created by Stan & Jan Berenstain)

E

  • eayim - my (n) (now inim)
  • ebausik - infantile, infantine, babyish
  • edausik - childish, kiddish, kidlike, puerile, juvenile, petulant; immature; man child
  • eldíam - outdated/antiquated
  • expol - expo

F

  • filmespoal - film genre
  • foarsŕaibil - audible (now fuostaibil)
  • forusen - condition (something required to be true); axiom (Mathematics); if-then statement (Technology) (Norwegian forutsetning)
  • fuileam - invest (in) (Irish fuilleamh)
  • fuileamaid - investment
  • fuileamíen - investor
  • füinppoint - full stop, period (.)
  • fusuk - debauch, seduce; debase; debauchery; orgy (Arabic fusūq [فُسُوق], verbal noun of fasuqa [فسق; "to swerve from the Commandments"])
  • fusukant - lecherous, licentious, seductive; lecher, debaucher, seducer

G

  • galútinz - colonize (galut, colony [Armenian gałut (գաղութ)])
  • gamobod - pharmacy, drugstore (gamol, medicine [after Tagalog gamót]) + abod, place/location/locale/stead/area/site/position [Binahari/Mailu/Morawa abode, or "where"; etymon coincidentally matches up with English abode (dwelling place)])
  • gaundond - language isolate (gaund, relative [Daga gaun] + ond, without/lacking/-less [Bondum Dogon òndú])
  • gualtaist - make mistakes (gualt, fault/error/defect/flaw/mistake [Welsh/Cornish gwall])
  • gualteriv - perfect (v) (with eriv, remove [blend of English erase and Greek svíno (σβήνω)])
  • gualtóbr - flaw (v) (with óbr, give [Tɔrɔ Sɔɔ òbú (gift)])
  • gualtond - flawless, perfect[1]
  • gualtondid - perfection[1]
  • gualtopon - perfectionist
  • gualtoponid - perfectionism
  • guanegop - crossbow (blend of guareg, bow [Breton gwareg] + nend, and [Bukusu nenda] + gópin, arrow [Alekano gopini (flat bamboo arrow); found in Deibler (2008):G])
  • guem - taste (sensation) (gust + víem, sense [Czech vjem (perception; something perceived)])
  • guemiel - flavour (blend with ámiel, substance/material/matter; stuff [blend of Westrobothnian ämn and Latvian viela])
  • guemielond - flavourless/tasteless
  • guemielten - flavoury/flavoured (with ten [Fr. tenir/Lat. teneo])
  • gulderiv - defund (guld, pay [for]/spend [Old Frisian/Dutch gulden])
  • guosah - aurora (Northern Sami guovssahas)

H

  • hoalmíen - dreamer (hoalm [Maltese ħolma])

J

  • jautharf - question mark (?)
  • jauvv - to what place, to which place, to where; whither, whereto, whereunto; whereto[1]
  • jemesit - jewellery (now jemaisil)
  • joguen - tasty, delicious, pleasing (blend of joal + guem + ten; literally "with good taste")

K

  • kaunjêniāl - congenial
  • käuvv - to what place, to which place, to where; whither, whereto, whereunto; whereto
  • kemout - odd (divisible by one) (reverse of toumek)
  • kẽrmtánul - numismatics
  • kesot - hyphen (-) (blend of Welsh cystlltnodd and Ingrian jaot)
  • kesotóbr - hyphenate
  • kesotóbraid - hyphenated
  • kinesen - quintet
  • klombũr - brackets ([]) (Faroese klombur)
  • klupel - herring (Latin Clupea, genus name)
  • konepoint - semicolon (komag + nend + point)
  • koronavîrauz - coronavirus/COVID-19[1]
  • koutard - expensive
  • koutardinz - raise prices, price out; price hike
  • koutetinz - cheapen, devalue
  • krivharf - exclamation mark (!)
  • krovagow - parentheses ( () ) (Cornish krommvagh)
  • kuajaid - curd (of milk or other liquids); coagulum (kuajol)
  • kuajol - coagulate, congeal (Spanish cuajo)
  • kuorv - peel, strip (Finnish kuoria)
  • kuorveand - peeler (with eand, tool [Walloon éndjin/éndjole])

L

  • laifauw - gibbon (Khumi Chin laifaw)
  • levig - polish (Italian levigare)
  • lingtánul - linguistics
  • livonah - frankincense (Hebrew l'vonah [לבונה]; chosen because of its significance in the Gospel account of the Three Wise Men)
  • loakmult - fandom (now sagualmult)
  • luśspaf - lightsaber

M

  • maŕgamol - narcotics
  • maugef - pandemic (maund, world + magef, plague/outbreak/epidemic [Hebrew magefá (מַגֵּפָה)])
  • meafuil - divest (in) (anagram of fuileam)
  • meafuilaid - divestiture
  • meafuilíen - divester
  • mesufol - travesty (Hungarian megcsúfolás)
  • mirhal - myrrh
  • mixain - mix
  • mixíen - mixer (person)
  • mixineal - mixer (machine)

N

  • nákolíen - storyteller, fabulist (nákol, story/fiction [Muskogee Creek nak-onvkv])
  • naulkout - free (of costs)
  • nënnẽrlaid - uneducated
  • nẽrlaid - taught, educated
  • noardeast - northeast
  • noardwest - northwest
  • nöargguosah - Northern Lights
  • nouŕgrosel - blackcurrant (noul, black [Wolof] + grosel [Spanish/Catalan grosella and French groseille])

O

  • oayim (my m) (now oanim)
  • ódraist - reproduce, procreate; make love, make children; reproduction, procreation (ódr, child/progeny [Romanian odraslă])
  • ótronduit - hermit, recluse, eremite; reclusive, private

P

  • Paipmóbil - Popemobile
  • pajoad - joint (pajel, join [join/connect/attach/fasten/put together/come together; solder; participate (in)/take part (in); connection/attachment [Czech pájet] + abod)
  • pauntinzond - immediate, without delay, instant, instantaneous (pauz, pause/break + inz + ond)
  • penfrel - cod (Welsh penfras)
  • pibakel - knuckle (Yucatec Maya pʼik bakel)
  • plovoskot - ploughshare/plowshare (plog, plough + voskort, blade [vost, sharp (Belarusian vóstry [востры]) + kort, line/edge/margin/side/coast (after Fr. côté)])
  • podom - infrastructure (Greek ypodomí [υποδομή] and Ancient Greek hupodomḗ [ὑποδομή])
  • poikil - variegated (Greek poikílos [ποικίλος])
  • poikílinz - variegate
  • pórulaid - headword (pórul, define/give a meaning to [Tamil poruḷ (பொருள்) (meaning)])
  • pórulíen - lexicographer
  • posaun - trombone (German Posaune)

R

  • rashumid - sentience (rashum, sentient [Russian razúmnyj (разу́мный)])
  • rautaist - reproduce; Xerox (raz, times [×] [Polish razy])
  • rigũrid - rigour; severity; intensity (rigũr, rigorous/severe/intense/strict [Sp. riguroso])
  • rigũrinz - intensify

S

  • saubsuadom - subconscious (suadom, conscious; sapient [Science Fiction] [Polish świadomy])
  • sauvíen - saviour; rescuer
  • shálobet - quibble, squabble (shálob, complain/argue/gripe/bicker/quarrel; complaint/argument/bickering [Russian žálovat'sja (жа́ловаться)])
  • shúmeŕail - mathematical; mathematics, math(s) (shúmel, number [Mandarin shùmù (數目/数目)])
  • shúmeŕailharf - mathematical symbol (with harf, character/symbol/glyph [Persian harf (حرف) and Arabic ḥarf (حَرْف)])
  • siblond - only child
  • sindeak - syndicate (v)
  • sindeakíer - syndicate (n)
  • sirot - whey Croatian sirotka/surutka and Sloveve sírotka [among various other Slavic cognates])
  • sisoarv - peregrine (Macedonian siv sokol [сив со́кол])
  • sisokol - peregrinate/sojourn; peregrination (sisoarv + ausik + v)
  • skribíen - writer
  • sojel - brooch (Anagram of Norwegian sølje, ultimately from Old Norse sylgja)
  • sostim - sanction (v) (after Finnish suostumus)
  • sostimain - sanction (n)
  • suadomid - consciousness
  • sualtinz - air-condition (sualt, cool; Danish/Norwegian/Swedish sval, ultimately from Old Norse svalr)
  • sualtinzineal - air conditioner
  • sudeast - southeast
  • sudwest - southwest
  • súfleand - fan (wind)
  • sugamopon - misogynistic
  • sugomopon - misandristic
  • súheng - lynch (Southern Min su-hĕng)

T

  • takul - African wild dog, African hunting dog (Amharic takula (ታኩላ)
  • tasenard - mug
  • tasuivam - fine arts (tasuir, art [Arabic taṣwīr (تصوير) ("depiction, drawing, painting, photography")] + uvam, quality/excellent/outstanding/choice/high-class/first-class/splendid/featured) (now mestevam)
  • toumek - even (divisible by two)
  • trevez - dash (—) (Portuguese travessão)
  • trikot - sweater (French tricot)
  • trïppoint - ellipsis (...)
  • truyendíen - novelist (truyend; Vietnamese truyện dài)
  • tuarnoƒfest - birthday party (tuarnov, anniversary/birthday [tuel + aprev + anov; literally, "year after birth"] + fest)
  • tuarnoþpastel - birthday cake (tuarnov + pastel)
  • tüddivr - emigrate (tug + divr, migrate [Breton divroañ and Cornish divroa])
  • tüddivríen - emigrant
  • tueltúbir - birthdate
  • tuogaurad - anachronistic
  • tuogaurv - wrong era (tuog, wrong/incorrect + maurv, time [Blend of Malay masa (time), Welsh awr (hour) and Spanish/Portuguese/Galician/Asturian vez (instance)]
  • tuvast - detect/pick up/notice/be aware of; detection (Estonian tuvastama)
  • tuvastid - awareness

V

  • verrashum - nonsentient (gender)
  • versuadom - unconscious
  • verzụstim - disagree (zụstim, agree/concur/accept [German zustimmen])
  • vevozzelm - doppelganger
  • viegeand - measuring scale (viegem, load/burden; weight of an object [after Latvian viegls ("lightweight")] + eand)
  • viegineal - weighing machine (viegem + ineal) (now viegineald)
  • vĩrkasl - impeach
  • voässúzel - glossary (voab, word + súzel, list [Marathi/Hindi sūcī (सूची)])
  • vuesaim - school of fish (vuem, fish [Valman] + esaim, swarm/crowd [French essaim])

W

  • walgũr - Ethiopian wolf, red jackal (Amharic walgie [ዋልጌ] ["trickster"])
  • weguel - elope (weg + vuel)
  • wilemet - guillemet («»)
  • wobbav - be # years old (now wobbiāv)

Y

  • yobítaid - confused (yobit [Xhosa -yobisa; found in Fischer (1985):235])
  • yobix - conflate (yobit + mix)

Z

  • zabinek - leopard cat (zabib [Swahili (m)zabibu and Arabic zabīb (زَبِيب)] + nek, "vine cat")
  • zabinekoid - Prionailurus
  • zamow - occupy/take up space (Polish zajmować)
  • zampol - tayra (Eira barbara) (blend of Yucatec Maya saampol/zamból)
  • zegharf - quotation marks ("")
  • zurechif - incursive (zurech, incur/account for; incurrence/incursion [German zurechnen])

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Original stem change chart

Summary of morpheme mutation in Relformaide
Key: L = Letter, C = Consonant, V = Vowel, D = Diphthong
Standard morphemes
Pattern Last letter(s) Description
1a -(V/D)d/m/n/p/t/y No stem changes
1b -r(d/m/n/p/t), -l(d/m/n/p/t), -n(d/t), -mp No stem changes
1c -Cr, -g(m/n), -s(m/n) -C(m/n/r)i before next consonant; unchanged before next vowel or termison; if neuter, then termison follows
1d -(V/D)l -(V/D before morpheme with l as second or later letter; unchanged otherwise
1e -rl -rŕ before morpheme with l as second or later letter; unchanged otherwise
1f -Cl -Cŕ before morpheme with l, then 1c
1g -(V/D)r -(V/D)r before next -(V/D)r; otherwise 1a
1h -sp -spoṛ before next b/ch/d/f/g/j/k/p/s/t/v/z; otherwise 1a
1i -ft, -pt, -st -Ctoṛ before next b/ch/d/f/g/j/k/m/n/p/s/v/z; otherwise 1a
1j -kt -Ctoṛ before next b/ch/d/f/g/j/k/p/v; otherwise 1a
1k i l- Only followed by -e/-o/-a/-i termisons after consonant-initial roots, -iruj + noun termison in emphatic statements, or (-i +) pronoun in emphatic reflexive pronouns; takes the form of l' before vowel-initial roots (def)
1k ii m- mi- before next consonant; unchanged before next y, vowel, or termison (1)
1k iii t- Unchanged before next h/r/w/y, vowel, or termison; otherwise ti- before next consonant (2.fam)
1k iv b- Unchanged before next l/r/w/y, vowel, or termison; otherwise bi- before next consonant (Verb: Be)
1k v v- Unchanged before next l/r/y, vowel, or termison; otherwise vi- before next consonant (Verb: Go)
1l un- Followed by case markers in certain complex forms, or -e/-o/-a termisons after consonant-initial roots; takes the form of un' before vowel-initial roots (indf)
1m nal- Unchanged before next b/h/l or vowel; otherwise naŕ- before next consonant, or b/h/vowel-initial morpheme with l as second or later letter (Negation)
1n pé-/plé-/fé- Lé- before next consonant; Ler- before next vowel (Tense Augments)
1o -e/-o/-a Marks the end of nouns (-e/-o/-a); for -o/-a in complex stems, -Vis(i/n) (Singular)/-Visuil (Dual)/-Visler (Plural) (Nominal Termisons)
1p -i/-u Marks the end of adjectives (-i) and adverbs (-u) (Descriptive Termisons)
1q - -ọ or -ạ termison after D[Ptn.]; otherwise -oḷ/-aḷ before next morpheme, or -oṛ/-aṛ before morpheme with l as second or later letter (Neuter Underdots)
1r tousen- Contracted to -ous- in dual nouns (Dual Intrafix)
1s -s Marks the end of plural nouns (Plural Termison)
1t -ar/-(as)ant/-aid/-ait Respectively denote infinitives, progressive/continuative (present participle), past-participle, and imperative verbs; for -ar, 1o (-o/-a) optional; for -(as)ant/-aid, use 1a, 1o/1p (+ 1r/1s), or U1b/U1a (Verbal Termisons)
1u -at/-isivat/-isat Denotes indicative verbs, with forms varying by grammatical person; see {{Indicatives}} chart (Indicative Termisons)
1v -aik Use 1o/1p (+ 1r/1s), 1t, 1u, or 9a; otherwise treat as termison (Conditional/Subjunctive)
2a -e(d/m/n/p/t/y) C before e termison; unchanged otherwise
2b -ie(d/m/p/t) No stem changes
2c -íe(m/n/t) -ièC before e termison; unchanged otherwise
2d -ue(d/m/n/p/t/y) No stem changes
2e -Cel -C before morpheme with l as second or later letter; otherwise 2a
2f -iel Use 2b
2g -íel -íeŕ before morpheme with l as second or later letter; otherwise 2a
2h -uel Use 2d
2i i -er -er before next -Vr; otherwise 2a
2i ii -ẽr -ẽr before next -Vr; otherwise 1a
2j -íer -íer before next -Vr; otherwise 2c
2k -uer -uer before next -Vr; otherwise 2d
3a i -(a/i/o/u)z
  • -Vś before next ch/h/k/m/n/p/s/t
  • -Vzoṛ before next b/d/f/g/j/v
  • -(au/io/uē)t before morpheme with z as second or later letter
  • Unchanged before next l/r/w/y/z, next vowel, or termison
  • For genitive -o(r)z, use U3a i
3a ii -(au/ea/ei/éo/eu/oa/oi/ua/ui)z
  • -Dś before next ch/h/k/m/n/p/s/t
  • -Dzoṛ before next b/d/f/g/j/v
  • -(au/ea/ei)nt/-(éo/eu/oa/ua/ui)rt/-oift before morpheme with z as second or later letter
  • Unchanged before next l/r/w/y/z, next vowel, or termison
3a iii -ouz
  • Denotes plural subjects for roots ending with ch/h/j/l/m/n/r/w/x/y, and found mainly in complex formations; = U3a iii (cplx.pl)
  • -öut/-öur before morpheme with z as second or later letter
3a iv -uez-
  • Denotes plural subjects for roots ending with b/d/f/g/k/p/t/v/z, and found mainly in complex formations; = U3a iv (cplx.pl)
  • -üet/üer before morpheme with z as second or later letter
3b -(d/l/m/n/p/r/t/w)z
  • -Cś before next ch/h/k/m/n/p/s/t
  • -Czoṛ before next b/d/f/g/j/v
  • -CCy before morpheme with z as second or later letter
  • Unchanged before next l/r/w/y/z, next vowel, or termison
3c -ez -èz before e termison; -eit(o) before morpheme with z as second or later letter; otherwise 3a
3d -iez -ielt(o) before morpheme with z as second or later letter; otherwise 3a
3e -íez -ièz before e termison; -íelt(o) before morpheme with z as second or later letter; otherwise 3a
3f -óez -oèz before e termison; -óert(o) before morpheme with z as second or later letter; otherwise 3a
4 -ch
  • -choṛ before next b/ch/d/f/g/j/k/p/s/t/v/z
  • Unchanged before next h/l/m/n/r/w/y, next vowel, or termison
5a -(l/n/r/t/a/i/o/u)j
  • before g
  • -Ljoṛ before next b/ch/d/f/k/p/s/t/v/z
  • Unchanged before next h/j/l/m/n/w/y, next vowel, or termison
5b -aij Same as 5a, but with e termison (Prospective)
5c -ej -èj before e termison; otherwise 5a
5d -iej Use 5a
5e -íej -ièj before e termison; otherwise 5a
5f -uej Use 5a
6a -(l/n/r/a/i/o/u)v
  • -Lƒ before next ch/f/s/t/z
  • -Lɓ before next b
  • -Lɗ before next d
  • -Lɠ before next g
  • -Lʝ before next j
  • -Lӄ before next k
  • -Lþ before next p
  • Unchanged before next h/l/m/n/r/v/w/y, next vowel, or termison
6b -ev -èv before e termison; otherwise 6a
6c -iev Use 6a
6d -íev -ièv before e termison; otherwise 6a
6e -uev Use 6a
6f -vv -ƒƒ before next ch/s/t/z; -vvi before b/d/f/g/j/k/p/v; unchanged before next l, m, n, w, y, or vowel
7a -(l/m/n/r/a/i/o/u)b -Lboṛ before next g; unchanged otherwise
7b -eb -èb before e termison; otherwise 7a
7c -ieb Use 7a
7d -íeb -ièb before e termison; otherwise 7a
7e -ueb Use 7a
8a -(l/n/r/a/i/o/u)x -Lxoṛ before next b/d/g/j/s/v/z; unchanged otherwise
8b -ex -èx before e termison; otherwise 8a
9a -(l/n/r/a/i/o/u)k -Lkoṛ before next b/ch/d/f/g; unchanged otherwise
9b -ek -èk before e termison; otherwise 9a
9c -iek Use 9a
9d -sk -skoṛ before next s/sC; otherwise 9a
9e -uek Use 9a
10a -(l/m/n/r/a/i/u)f -Lѵ before next v; -Lfoṛ before next b/d/g/k; -Lfoṛ before next ku; unchanged otherwise
10b -ef -èf before e termison; otherwise 10a
10c -ief Use 10a
10d -uef Use 10a
11a -(l/n/r/a/i/o/u)g -Lĵ before next j; -Lgoṛ before next b/f; unchanged otherwise
11b -eg -èg before e termison; otherwise 11a
11c -ieg Use 11a
11d -ueg Use 11a
12a -Vh -Vhoṛ before next ch; unchanged otherwise
12b -eh -èh before e termison; otherwise 12a
Underdotted morphemes
D[Ptn.] Varies by original pattern Use of 1q overrides regular pattern rules (Mostly internationally recognised roots, but some others are determined on a case-to-case basis)
Umlaut morphemes
Pattern Morpheme change Next consonant last letter turns/doubles into / precedes
U1a abod → äbo- b/f/g/j/k/l/m/n/p/s/t/v/z; otherwise 1a
abod → äbon ch
aup → äu- b/d/f/g/j/k/m/n/s/t/v/z; otherwise 1a
aup → aün ch
évit → évï- b/d/f/g/j/k/l/m/n/p/s/v/z; otherwise 1a
évit → évïn ch
id → ï- b/f/k/l/m/n/p/t/v; otherwise 1a
id → ïn ch/g/j/s/z
jout → jöu- b/d/f/g/j/k/l/m/n/p/s/v/z; otherwise 1a
jout → jöur ch
kaut → käu- b/d/f/g/j/l/m/n/p/s/v/z; otherwise 1a
kaut → käur ch/k
mout → möu- b/d/f/g/j/k/l/p; otherwise 1a
mout → möur ch/m/n/s/v/z
nem- → në- l/n/r; otherwise 1a
-uit- → -üi-
  • b/d/f/g/j/k/l/m/n/p/s/v/z; otherwise 1a
  • After roots ending with b/d/f/g/k/p/t/v/x/z; other consonants take -oip
*orit → öri-
suorit → süori-
haporit → häpori-
b/d/f/g/j/k/l/m/n/p/s/v/z; otherwise 1a
*orit → örin
suorit → süorin
haporit → häporin
ch
seud → sëu- b/f/g/j/k/l/m/n/p/s/t/v/z; otherwise 1a
seud → sëur ch
tout → töu- l/m/n/s/z; otherwise 1a
tout → töur b/ch/d/f/g/j/k/p/v
vasit → väsi- b/d/f/g/j/k/l/m/n/p/v; otherwise 1a
vasit → väsin ch/s/z
U1b -ant → -än-
-asant → -äsan-
b/d/f/g/j/k/p/s/v/z; otherwise 1b
-ant → -änn
-asant → -äsann
ch
-ard → -är-
esard → ësar-
b/f/g/k/l/m/n/p/t/v; otherwise 1b
-ard → -ärn
esard → ësarn
ch/s/z
ault → äul- b/d/f/g/j/k/p/s/v/z; otherwise 1b
ault → äuls ch
ault → äulp l
eand → ëan-
nand → nän-
nend → nën-
b/f/g/j/k/p/s/t/v/z; otherwise 1b
eand → ëann
nand → nänn
nend → nënn
ch
int → ïn-
saint → säin-
b/d/f/g/j/k/p/s/v/z; otherwise 1b
int → ïnn ch
noard → nöar-
voard → vöar-
b/f/g/j/k/l/m/n/p/s/t/v/z; otherwise 1b
noard → nöarr
voard → vöarr
ch
ond → ön-
aibond → äibon-
b/f/g/j/k/p/s/t/v/z; otherwise 1b
ond → önn
aibond → äibonn
ch
sent → sën- b/d/f/g/j/k/p/s/v/z; otherwise 1b
sent → sënn ch
*uind → *üin- b/f/g/j/k/p/s/t/v/z; otherwise 1b
*uind → *üinn ch
U1e hîdrol → hîdrö-
mîkrol → mîkrö-
b/d/f/g/j/k/m/n/p/r/s/t/v/z; otherwise 1e
U2e rel → rë- b/d/f/g/j/k/m/n/p/r/s/t/v/z; otherwise 2e
U3a i -o(r)z → -ö(r)- b/d/f/g/j/v; otherwise 3a i
-o(r)z → -o(r)ś ch/h/k/m/n/p/s/t
-o(r)z → -Vns(s/r) -onss/-onsr for masculine possessors, -anss/-ansr for feminine possessors
U3a ii seiz → sëi-
siez → sïe-
vuiz → vüir-
b/d/f/g/j/v; otherwise 3a ii
deiz → deiś
seiz → seiś
siez → sieś
vuiz → vuiś
ch/h/k/m/n/p/s/t
U3a iii -ouz → -öu- b/d/f/g/j/v (after ch/h/l/m/n/r/w/y); otherwise 3a ii (cplx.pl)
-ouz → -öut Between ch/h/l/m/n/r/w/y and morpheme with s or z as second or later letter
-ouz → -ouś ch/h/k/m/n/p/s/t (after ch/h/l/m/n/r/w/y)
U3a iv -uez → -üe- b/d/f/g/j/v (after b/d/f/g/k/p/t/v); otherwise 3a ii (cplx.pl)
-uez → -üer Between z and morpheme with s or z as second or later letter
-uez → -ueś ch/h/k/m/n/p/s/t (after b/d/f/g/k/p/t/v)
U3b tranz → trän- b/d/f/g/k/v; otherwise 3b
tranz → tranś ch/h/k/m/n/p/s/t
U3c trez → trëï- b/d/f/g/j/v; otherwise 3c
trez → treś ch/h/k/m/n/p/s/t
U6a suiv → süi-
tasiv → täsi-
m/n; otherwise 6a
U6b télev → télë- m/n; otherwise 6b
U7a voab → vöa- d/g/j/k/p/s/v/z; otherwise 7a
voab → vöar ch/f/m/n
U7b seb → së- g/s/z; otherwise 7b
U9b emek → ëme- b/d/f/g/j/p/s/v/z; otherwise 9b
emek → ëmen ch
U11 laung → läun- b/d/f/j/k/p/s/t/v/z; otherwise 11a
laung → läunn ch
tug → tü- b/d/f/j/k/p/s/t/v/z; otherwise 11a
tug → tür ch
kílog → kílö-
trig → trï-
b/d/f/j/k/m/n/p/s/t/v/z; otherwise 11a

Milestones

This section of the Relformaide Dictionary tracks all milestones recorded on this site, as well as in the titular constructed language itself.

2019

  • April 22: The site's 20,000th edit is devoted to Sạmạrskíom +, a Special root meaning "samarium", created as part of a drive to document chemical-element names in Relformaide. (Special roots combine foreign proper names or undocumented portmanteaus with existing native roots.)
  • January 29: The 2,500th Core Base root (as confirmed by Special:Ask) is glúguv + (sinkhole), a portmanteau of glut + (swallow) and guv (hole).
  • January 26: The redesign of the {{Morpheme}} table officially goes live.

2018

  • December 2: The wiki's 5,000th overall page is the table for relformaid + ("reformed"/"reshaped"), which gives way to the name of the constructed language documented here.
  • November 30: The 3,000th root table (as confirmed by Special:NewPages and Special:Ask) documents súven +, based on Latin elements and defined as "Senior"/"Sr."/"Snr.".
  • August 1: The site's 15,000th edit is devoted to trîaumf + (triumph).
  • July 18: The 2,000th Core root is plost + (raft), from Latvian and Lithuanian.
  • June 29: The wiki's 4,000th overall page is the table for dîmenshaun +, or dimensions in sci-fi and fantasy stories. (For the spatial term, see roivild.)
  • May 10: The number of root tables reaches 2,000.
  • April 24: The wiki's 3,000th overall page is the table for taulep +, a Turkish-based Core root meaning "apply/file for".
  • February 9: The 1,500th Core root is sirut + (chip), derived from Finnish siru.
  • January 18: The site's 10,000th edit is devoted to manez +, based on the Russian and French words for "ring"/"arena".
  • January 16: A redesigned version of the {{Morpheme}} table, subject to improvements and new features, is soft-launched alongside the old version via Header Tabs.
  • c. early January: 2,500 pages overall on this wiki.

2017

  • November 14: 9,000 edits recorded on this wiki.
  • October 18: 8,000 edits recorded on this wiki.
  • August 26: The 1,000th Core Base root is dúven + (datum/data; information).
  • August 19: 7,500 edits recorded on this wiki.
  • August 6:
    • 2,000 pages overall on this wiki; milestone page is a table on the Core Base root wikin (wiki).
    • The 900th Core Base root is véloar + (sail of a boat).
  • August 1: This site is rebranded as the Relformaide Dictionary.
  • June 20: In the Great Suffix Swap, affixes -aik (past participle marker) and -aid (conditional/subjunctive marker) trade functions. In the process, Relformaiké's four-syllable name becomes the three-syllable Relformaide.

2016

  • October 28: 500 pages overall on this wiki; milestone root is kríoal + (originally entered as kraiāul).
  • October 9: The first root tables—for uniliteral Core Base roots l (the), m (1st-person pronoun), t (2nd-person familiar pronoun), b + (be), and v (go)—are introduced. (What is now dez [say] is also among those tables, as d.)
  • September 29: This site is launched as the Relformaiké Dictionary.

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Absent on the Referata counterpart.