In trying to write this blog in English I hope finally able to start jabber a few words in this language. I will mobilise various tools for that my text be in accordance with the rules of grammar and spelling. Thanks for your corrections and comments.

Saturday, January 17, 2009

WORD VERIFICATION - Krn's gift

Krn gave me a pretty gift. Since some time she collected these random words which mean some thing. Thank you, krn ! You are a heart. If you find others random words which mean some thing, I shall be very happy to will post them here.





60 comments:

krn said...

Momo, I discover these words and I see them as I had not seen them yet. They are really very beautiful and the order in which they are gives them their truth.
Bravo, Momo.

Momo said...

My dear krn, you are an angel !

Thank you, you are my winter solstice !

krn said...

Winter solstice? Do you know that it represents the revival and the promise of light ? I feel very honored.

Momo said...

Of course I know !

Momo said...

Krn, I will go to drink a beer. See you later.

krn said...

It is astronomical.
You are the sun. Now, I am waiting for your summer time.

krn said...

I wonder if I prefer "cool" or "round"... they are both very soft before sleeping.
Momo, you are a wise man.

Momo said...

I miss my blog, I miss the English, I miss you and everybody, but I have to write an essay, and I'm not as quick than Doreus for this kind of work.

doreus said...

Ah! Writing essays is less about being fast and more about being constant. Write little bits when you get ideas, and then pull them together gradually.

Good luck with it all. Thinking of you!

Momo said...

You are right, Doreus, but if I could go a little bit more quick, I don't say not.

doreus said...

I know. It comes with practice. Lots of it. But even the longest journey starts with a small step...

You can do it! We believe in you!

Momo said...

Doreus, to use a word teached by krn, you are a wise man. I like this word "wise", it sound well. But what is the prononciation ? Ouaïse ?

krn said...

Yes Momo, "Ouaïse"

To remember it, the word Wise makes me think to the french word "avisé"

Momo said...

Yes, "avisé" and "wise" have almost the same sound and the same meaning.

I believe remember myself that there are some family names wich have the same sound as Wise, as instance Robert Wise.

krn said...

Of course. You think at first of the sound and I think of the meaning.

Momo said...

What do you mean ?

Momo said...

I know a man whom name is Graumann, he wear often gray clothes and his hair are gray.

Momo said...

Does you like mustard ?

krn said...

No, I don't like mustard.
It takes me up to the nose.
I sometimes say to laugh that I cannot eat it because I fell inside when I was a baby. As Obélix with the magic potion.

krn said...

And I hate its coulour...

Momo said...

Thus Robert Wise isn't inevitably a wise man.

krn said...

I think so.

krn said...

Momo, the name which I wear is the name of my ancestors, all smiths of father in son. The "Maille" is the hammer which the smith uses to beat the red iron. Here is this hammer in the hands of my great grandfather.
You know why I am also "Esautaumatix" ? It is because of this name and of the pride that I have to wear it.

Momo said...

Astonish picture, krn !

Very proud man, and all of your ancestors too.

I don't know my ancestors. Probably, american natives of the side of my mother, and european and palestinian of the side of my father.

I can't imagine a picture of my ancestors of the side of my mother, with funny's feathers on the head, and face painted.

Very sexy ancestors, isn't it ?

Momo said...

How say the word "feather" ? Faiseur?

krn said...

Yes Momo, Feather = Faiseur.

Momo said...

Hihihi, "faiseur" it's funny :-)

Thank you, krn.

Momo said...

"Th" se prononce-t-il toujours "ze" ?

krn said...

pas tout à fait, Momo, la langue doit se placer contre les incisives du haut. C'est son retrait qui produit le son th.

krn said...

About your ancestors, are you sure that they wore feathers ?

krn said...

I thought they were more "Inca" than North American.
The Indian culture, from North as from South fascinates me.

Momo said...

Of course not, it's a popular image.

But, it's a feather behind his/her head?

krn said...

I dont see very well but I suppose there is one.
Feathers had a social meaning.
As the plaits of Indian Women.

Momo said...

Ho, and what is the meaning of the plaits ?

Momo said...

The plaits have the same signification in the celtic civilisation ?

krn said...

I don't know if they have a special meaning in celtic culture.
Otherwise, one plait means : I have already a man in my life.
Two plaits means : I am free... and I wait for "the one"

Momo said...

Interesting, one plait meaning the unity, and two plaits meaning the separation.

Momo said...

Sorry, one plait mean the unity, and two plaits mean the separation.

doreus said...

Interesting stories going on here...

I'm a bit worried, because KRN's name actually breaks mine (My last name comes from the word for "stone")!

krn said...

Don't worry, Doréus, the first name of my older daughter is Perrine.

Momo said...

Doreus, you play at "stone, paper, chisel" ?

Momo said...

Why Indian culture fascinates you, krn ?

krn said...

When I was six years old, my parents offered me a book written by Bertrand Flornoy, an explorer of the Amazonian forest. I believe that everything began there, with jivaros.
Then, I discovered Machu Pichu and the Incas, then the Aztecs, finally, in the North, Sioux, Apaches, Hopis, Séminoles and the others.
Their nearness of the nature and their spirituality were examples for me at the same time as I also discovered Celtic, more close, thus easier to understand.

Momo said...

It's exactly what I supposed, krn.

krn said...

You know me so deeply, Momo ?

Momo said...

I'm wrong ?

krn said...

No, Momo, You are right.

You must know that Cantal was still very wild when I was a child.
I was often in woods, barefoot in streams, I was not afraid of animals, not even vipers whom I collected with bare hands (I was never bitten)
I was very close of the indians by my life. Sun, Moon, stars...
I slept in the nature when I was very young. I did not like the city.

Momo said...

What idyllic life !!!

You were like Heidi.

What did you do with the vipers ?

You were very lucky.

Does you have nostalgia ?

krn said...

The vipers were for the school teacher. He collected the poison to make antidotes for those who were bitten. Then, he returned them to us and we brought them back where we had found them.

krn said...

Momo, I could give all I have to come back to thoses times and that nature.
I believe that I was never able to become used to the civilization.
Trees are often best friends than people.

krn said...

Momo, do you hear me in English too ?

doreus said...

[Canadian interference here] Your voice may be slightly different in English. I know most people's is, just because we use different muscles in speaking different languages.

And yes, Momo, when I was younger, I played "rock-paper-scissors".

Back to my readings...

krn said...

Received five out of five Doréus.

We called that game Chi Fou Mi.

Momo said...

No, I don't. I can't hear you in English, because even me, I can't listen my own English.

I found many vipers on Google, very impressive !!!!

You didn't been afraid ?

Now, I understand why you can swim into the cold water like me.

But, I think I will not be able to take vipers with my hands, even if sometimes I was able to eat fish.

I prefer vipers than grass snakes, because them kill more cleverly and more quickly.

I like the relation between vipers and traditional pharmacy.

krn said...

Grass-snakes are harmless. In Europe, the bites of vipers are not all mortals, on the other hand they make a lot suffer

Do you want to know how to take a viper in your hands ?

Momo said...

Chi Fou Mi ?

Doreus, yes, when I speak Italian, Spanish and French my voice sound slightly different, but not only the voice change, the behaviour, the thought also, etc..

Momo said...

Yes, I want :-)

Momo said...

Ok, I will go to the bed, I'm exhaust.

Good night, my dear.

krn said...

To catch a viper means to be faster than it.
Wait that it is lying with the a little raised tail and there, you have a quarter of second to catch it by the tail and hold it far with the tense arm. Then, you can put it in the basket and close it.

The viper has no rather powerful muscles to get up and reach your hand. On the other hand, it takes just one half-second to turn around against you as you catch it.
I was not afraid, but I believe that it was unconsciousness.
I felt immortal and invincible

krn said...

Good night, viper dreamer.