Friday, September 21, 2012
alternate spelling: hus
Some things Google found for "hús" or "hus":
In Hungarian hús means "meat, flesh" (but it's pronounced húsh). In Faroese hús means building. In Icelandic hús means house. Hus is an uncommon last name. Hus is an unusual masculine first name. In Danish, Norwegian and Swedish hus means house. In Slovak hus means goose.
Word derivation for "six" :
Hungarian = hot
Finnish = kuusi (which I transliterate to kúsi)
Samgur = hús
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
alternate spelling: veet
Some things Google found for "vít" or "vit":
Vít (or Vit) is an uncommon masculine first name (from Latin Vitus) that can be Czech. Vit is an unusual last name. VIT University (Vellore Institute of Technology) in India. In Albanian vit means year. In Faroese vit means intelligence. In French vit means lives. In Icelandic vit means wits, sense. In Swedish vit means white. The Vit is a river in Bulgaria.
Word derivation for "five" :
Hungarian = öt
Finnish = viisi (which I transliterate to vísi)
Samgur = vít
Saturday, September 1, 2012
alternate spelling: nehyae
Some things Google found for "neya" or "néya":
Neya or Néya is an unusual feminine first name. Neya is a rare last name that can be Japanese. Neya is the name of a town and river in Russia. Néya is a place in New Caledonia.
Word derivation for "four" :
Hungarian = négy (which I transliterate to nédy)
Finnish = neljä (which I transliterate to nelyä)
Samgur = néyä