Trurian word of the day: tureon

tureon (imperfective verb): to wear (clothes); to shine (sun).

igärer
today
tenöchí
hat.ACC
angadheí
fancy
​tur​​-éth
wear-3.MASC.SING.PAUS

“he’s wearing an ostentatious hat today”

Originally, the verb tureon meant ‘to expose, bring to light’, but no longer has this general implication . Now it is used to convey the process of wearing (literally ‘displaying’) a certain article of clothing, or the shining (i.e. exposing through light) of the sun.

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