Archive for June, 2017

Diru Tion…

June 22, 2017
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Tell that to Kanjiklub.

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Learn Breehah Culture: hi’JOsi

June 17, 2017

Josi

josi native of SilonarThe josi is a ‘Chicken’-like reptilian animal, domesticated for the eggs it produces.It has been bred into subspecies that can thrive in almost any climate on the planet Silonar. Aside from their eggs, josis are best known for the loud screech they make while laying eggs.

rEEKi!, [urEEki!] the sound a josi makes.

A josi joke in breehah and English:

TOku TOku
knock knock

BOke nos?
Who is it?

BOOlah JOsi
Rude Chicken-like creature

BOOlah JO…
Rude chick…

rEEki!

Fiaj Sableroj!!!

June 16, 2017

sablon

Learn Breehah Culture: hi’MeTAH

June 14, 2017
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Got Milk?

The metah shown above is a native Silonarian animal, very important to their way of life. It is a source of milk (jetai), meat (legr), wool (geme), and hide (fahree), not to mention fertilizer (sahlumo.)  Given the importance of this animal in traditional breehah life, it is possibly related to metoo, the breehah word for ‘live’.

The picture above is a humorous breehah take on the popular ‘Got Milk’ campaign here on Earth. It also demonstrates what I call the ‘question’ tense of the verb, the ‘s’ on ‘hois‘.

What are the Breehah?

June 13, 2017

Breehah

breehah standingDescription: A breehah is a marsupial being native to the planet Silonar in the Poke system. It looks like a centaur-shaped dog standing at about 1.3 meters tall on all fours and has two elbow joints per arm. Its head is egg shaped with one compound eye, two trumpet-like ears and two fuzzy antennae. Below the eye is a slit-like mouth flanked on either side by a row of breathing slits. The mouth is used exclusively for eating or speaking. The antennae sense odors and indicate a few emotional states. Normally the antennae will droop slightly forward. When angry they stand straight up. When happy, they will droop forward and be turned outward. Confusion is shown by crossed antanae and sadness by forward drooping turned inward. Fear is shown by backwards leaning antennae. (more…)

dek du parsekoj?

June 6, 2017

12 parsekoj

Birds Speak Breehah

June 6, 2017

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