Welcome to the new Aingeljã conlang website

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Thanks for visiting the new Aingeljã conlang website!

I’m currently working to expand the vocabulary using the so-called Buck list. If you’re interested in Aingeljã grammar, you can read a summarized version on FrathWiki webpage.

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teulat

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[teu̯ˈlat]

1. masculine noun Roof.

Etymology: From teula plus derivative suffix -at.

teula

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[ˈteu̯la]

1. feminine noun Tile (of a roof).

Etymology: From Latin tegula.

muraz

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[muˈɾaz]

1. masculine noun Wall (of a medieval town, a castle, etc.).

Etymology: From mur plus derivative suffix -az.

casaza

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[kaˈsaza]

1. feminine noun Mansion.

Etymology: From casa plus derivative suffix -az.

-az

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[az]

1. derivative suffix Added to a noun, it derives a new noun with an augmentative meaning (larger size). Example: casa, house, casaza, mansion; mur, wall (as of Berlin Wall), muraz, wall (of a medieval town).

Etymology: From Latin -aceus via *-atiu.

mur

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[muɾ]

1. masculine noun Wall (as in Berlin Wall, not of a house).

Etymology: From Latin murus.

parè

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[paˈɾe]

1. feminine noun Wall (of a house).

Etymology: From Latin paries.

Plural: paretas.

finestra

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[fiˈneʃtɾa]

1. feminine noun Window.

Etymology: From Latin fenestra.

clawa

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[ˈklawa]

1. feminine noun Key.

Etymology: From Latin clavis.

fermatura

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[feɾmaˈtuɾa]

1. feminine noun Lock.

Etymology: From fermat, participle of fermăre, plus derivative suffix -ura.