Contionary:chlamilairē

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Chlouvānem

Etymology

From chlamyah "gold" and lairē "sky".

Pronunciation

(Standard): IPA: [c͡ɕʰɴ̆ämiɴ̆äɪ̯ʀeː]
(Līlasuṃghāṇi): IPA: [c͡ɕʰɴ̆ɐmiɴ̆æɪ̯ʀeː]

Noun

chlamilairē (2h declension)

  1. Chlamilairē; in the Chlouvānem calendar, the sixteenth lunar day of Chlærlīltāvi; sixteenth of the lunar month.
    pænyukælyų nin chlamilairē vi.
    After Pænyukælyah comes Chlamilairē.

Inflection


Usage notes

Dual and plural forms are only used when referring to the same day 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