Trurian word of the day: timaí

timaí (adjective): new, newly acquired.

marcham-ewí timaí-s in gewdhon
dragging-horse.ACC new-FEM I buy.PERF.PAUS
“I bought a new horse [for] hauling”

Listen to the example sentence here: W_TR_013_timai_example

The adjective timaí has a slightly different nuance of meaning compared to the adjective pilaí, which can also be translated as ‘new’, but more in the sense of ‘newly occurring or growing’, or ‘fresh’ (as opposed to ‘newly bought or acquired’).

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