Dec. 12th, 2014

vaxjedi: (hex)
Day 11
Sinnish:
orekis /o.ˈre.kis/ - n.c. - fire - an unfulfilled need, a hunger, an unrequited love

Rhetorical Alchemy:
chehkooxihv /ˈʧɛk.u.xɪv/ "Kill it with fire!"
chehk-ooxihv
kill-by.burning

This is another imperative word. No object is specified but is implied. The suffix ooxihv means to accomplish the action by burning. It's original use was in describing alchemical/technomagical processes, but the metaphorical extension is easily understandable.


Day 12
Sinnish: xosishim /xo.ˈsi.ʃim/ - n.c. - fire - a sensation or act that is both pleasurable and painful. Examples are the burn of a good whiskey, stretching out tired or cramped muscles, and certain sexual situations. Used to describe the sensation and the source of such a sensation. Literally "watery-fire"

Rhetorical Alchemy: prinst /prɪnst/ - noun - a cup, open container used for holding liquid, but not liquid for drinking, such as a beaker, test tube, or laboratory flask.

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