Trurian word of the day: inchö

inchö (noun): equality, equal treatment; justice.

yer
then
näyer
HAB
ne-chindäwri
our-ancestor.PL
alywthono
judge.PERF.NONPAUS
​inch​​-er
justice-ADV
eren
but

“our ancestors used to judge justly”

The concept of inchö, or just/equal treatment at the hands of authority, is extremely important in Trurian culture. Accordingly, the root inch– has many reflects, including inchá ‘adult’ (i.e. ‘one who has to be treated justly and equally’, or indeed ‘one capable of just or equal treatment of others’) and incheon ‘to be entitled to, have a right to’.

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