Contionary:chlærlīltāvi

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Chlouvānem

Etymology

From chlærim "light" plus līlta "path" and the derivational suffix -āvi "descendant of, offspring of", referring to the crescent moon.

Pronunciation

(Standard): IPA: [c͡ɕʰɴ̆ɛɐ̯ɴ̆iːɴ̆täːʋi]
(Līlasuṃghāṇi): IPA: [c͡ɕʰɴ̆æɛ̯ɴ̆iːɴ̆täːʋi]

Noun

chlærlīltāvi (1h declension)

  1. Chlærlīltāvi; in the Chlouvānem calendar, the first lunar phase in a lunar month, standardized as a 17-day week equivalent.
    yeicarašña chlærlīltāvīyi lahīla lānicunīyi haloe vi.
    Yeicarašña is the name of the first lunar day of Chlærlīltāvi.

Inflection

Usage notes

Dual and plural forms are only used when referring to the same lunar phase in different lunar months.

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Related terms

Days of Chlærlīltāvi
yeicarašña · līšabganā · ñairḍṇauya · kahīlairyāṇa · månayækṣah · månaleilē · šurājah · larṣīnis · pādāltsis · nyūramyah · yūnayækṣah · yūnaleilē · pulyatā · naindā · pænyukælyah · chlamilairē · kælyaunænǣh