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===Adjective===
 
===Adjective===
 
'''lupentus''' (''cyclical'' '''{{term|lupenta}}''', ''eternal'' '''{{term|lupentun}}''')
 
'''lupentus''' (''cyclical'' '''{{term|lupenta}}''', ''eternal'' '''{{term|lupentun}}''')
# dull black, dark, murky (as opposed to ''{{term|sater}}'')
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# green; bright green, like new grass or leaves
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# fresh, bright, young
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# (''substantive'') greenery, fresh plants; nature
 
====Declension====
 
====Declension====
 
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====Derived terms====
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* ''{{term|lupentia}}'' ("field, plain, green; nature")
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* ''{{term|lupeor}}'' ("I am green, fresh, young")
 
====Descendants====
 
====Descendants====
 
* Ilesse: ''{{term|lubentu}}''
 
* Ilesse: ''{{term|lubentu}}''

Revision as of 16:22, 15 August 2019

Aeranir

Etymology

From Old Aeranir lupentos, from Proto-Iscaric *lupəntos̠, from Proto-Maro-Ephenian *ħlewp- ("water, wet"). Cognate with Dalitian aluphṓn, Stiric rupā, and Proto-Fyrdic *lufraz. Originally referred to new or fresh grass and plant life (e.g. watery; full of water), but meaning shifted over time to refer to the colour of fresh grass.

Pronunciation

(Old) IPA: [luˈpʰen̪.t̪os̠]
(Classical) IPA: [ɫʊˈpʰɛ̃n̪.t̪ʊs̠]
(Gaunine) IPA: [ɫɯˈpʰɛ̃n̪.t̪ɯs]
(Late) IPA: [ɫoˈpɛ̃n̪.t̪os̠]

Adjective

lupentus (cyclical lupenta, eternal lupentun)

  1. green; bright green, like new grass or leaves
  2. fresh, bright, young
  3. (substantive) greenery, fresh plants; nature

Declension

Declension of lupentus
temporary cyclical eternal
singular plural singular plural singular plural
nominative lupentus lupentur lupenta lupentar lupentun lupentunt
vocative lupente
accusative lupentun lupentī lupentan lupentae
essive lupentū lupentur lupentau lupentur lupentū lupentur
instrumental lupentōrun lupentōs lupentārun lupentōs lupentōrun lupentōs
genitive lupentī lupentōbus lupentae lupentābus lupentī lupentōbus
dative lupentō lupentōna lupentō lupentāna lupentō lupentōna
ablative lupentā lupentōs lupentā lupentās lupentā lupentōs
locative lupentīs lupentā lupentīs lupentā lupentīs lupentā

Derived terms

  • lupentia ("field, plain, green; nature")
  • lupeor ("I am green, fresh, young")

Descendants