Ha

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Bodzvokhan

Etymology

From Sungdin *h + Sungdin *-ʕ.

Pronunciation

IPA(key): /ˈħa/

Orthographic Form

ha

Cyrillic Orthographic Form

ha

Pronoun

ha (independent first person singular, plural dzu)

  1. I; first person singular personal pronoun, independent form
Inflection

Creation and Usage Notes

Ha. Pure coincidence that this one's almost identical to Noalath (slight difference in vowel quality and nominative subject vs. possessive). Noalath came first, of course, but I'd completely forgotten about it by the time I created this one. I never used the subject pronominal form anyone (or not much).

-David J. Peterson 03:28, 11 March 2020 (PDT)

Noalath

Etymology

The etymology of this word comes from an invisible proto-language. If you're confident you know the etymology, feel free to add it, but reader beware should the etymology be added by someone other than the creator of the language!

Pronunciation

IPA(key): /ˈhɑ/

Possessive Adjective

ha (first person singular, plural go)

  1. my; first person singular possessive adjective
Inflection