Monday, 9 April 2012


IPA: ['θajʋ]
n. fire. The chemical reaction producing flames and heat.

The opposite of the previous post. In fact fire was very respected in ancient Tulvan culture, its influence is shown in that the word means "active" in grammar as opposed to koinu being "passive". Also it is used in several philosophical systems in Tulvan.

Only one phrase to make from it:

balum koinu mas thaiv gim. A Song of Ice and Fire.