[dictionary] FGD

Definitions

FGD : general idea to be, to exist, to be conform to the reality.

FaGōDa : to be, to exist;

FeGoDa : a being;

FiGoDa :  being;

FoGoDa : in relation to being.

Note

The verb FaGōDa is rarely used: the qualifying verbs are most used. When FaGōDa is used, it have an emphatic sense. In fact, it’s a qualifying verb, who is:

  • or empty, and require a completion;
  • or is qualifying a thing as being (in opposition to non-being).

As a qualifying verb, it doesn’t permit accusatives complements, but just complements of subjects in nominative or indirect complements.

Example

PaSaTa ḞoFaGaDa
To think-P1-Present , prefix-therefore-to be-P1-present
I think, therefore I am.

[dictionary] GLT

Definitions

GLT : General idea of « language » or « tongue », articulated and/or wrote speak, and the language as faculty or realisation of this faculty; language in general or particular tongue.

GaLōTa : to speak, to use a tongue

GeLoTa : tongue, language

GiLoTa :  in relation with language (adjective)

GoLoTa : by a language.

Particular sense

As proper noun, GeLoTa is the name of our tongue..

Example

GaLaTa GeLoTe
to speak-P1-Present gelota-accusative-singular
I speak gelota.