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Word of The Hour: date

2020.09.09 12:00 sharewithme Word of The Hour: date

English: date
  1. the point of time at which a transaction or event takes place, or is appointed to take place
  2. given or assigned length of life
  3. a given point of time
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2020.08.22 18:56 whegmaster observations on minimal pairs in Pandunia

one of the first challenges any new learner of a language will face is learning all the sounds that go into it. this is why it is important for auxlangs to avoid needlessly rare and difficult distinctions, like x/h, and a/ã. of course, this must be balanced against the benefits that can be gained from a larger phoneme inventory—namely root recognizability and brevity. even when it is worthwhile to include a phonemic distinction in a language, though, keeping that distinction out of common words can make learning easier on those who are unaccustomed to it.
with all that in mind, I decided to tabulate all of the minimal pairs in Pandunia for its least common phonemic distinctions: v/b, v/w, v/f, s/z, j/c, and x/c. the full list is below.
I feel comfortable saying that none of these pairs of words are likely to be confused in practice, with the possible exceptions of basi and bazi, fute and vute (in the context of amusement park rides), paxe and pace (in the context of politics and philosophy), and maybe cenden and jenden. this means that, for the most part, a hypothetical Spanish speaker can get by just fine pronouncing b and v as [β] and c and j as /ʃ/, at least until they get the hang of the proper pronunciations.
one noteworthy thing I found is that there is only one minimal pair there are two minimal pairs between w and v. this means that if we wanted to declare [w] to be a valid pronunciation of v, we would only need to change one word two words to avoid homophony (probably wale to Persian divare to give us the compound divarkagaze, and wine to triunfe). personally, I think it would be a good idea, since it doesn't really lose us anything, it would make Pandunia less intimidating to speakers of Mandarin, Hindi, and Russian, and it would make us look much more credible if Conlang Critic ever reviewed us (he only said Lidepla's phonology was okay because they don't have any v/w minimal pairs). we could take it even further and forbid v/b pairs like Globasa does, and only need to change seven more words, but that's a bit more work.

pandunia 1 pandunia 2 engli 1 engli 2
vale wale valley wall
wine vine success wine
karibi karivi near active
nabi navi prophetic nine
bali vali eight valley
benda venda bend sell
bire vire beer hero
bisi visi noninary replacement
bize vize busybody visa
grafe grave picture gravel
kafe kave coffee cavity
faze vaze phase vase
feri veri iron true
fine vine end wine
fote vote light vote
fute vute foot object
banse banze bamboo plank
basi bazi sufficient basic
bisi bizi nonbinary busy
buse buze bus goat
fase faze surface phase
gase gaze gas gauze
isa iza turn facilitate
rose roze dew rose
tasi tazi dish fresh
tesi tezi thetic intense
vise vize replacement visa
salimi zalimi surrender mean
samane zamane sky time
sare zare head luck
saye zaye shadow present
si zi yes one's own
seme zeme seed earth
sine zine breast adultadulturyury
sire zire secret cumin
sisi zizi six sizzly
sone zone sleep zone
songe zonge pine tree spike
suki zuki happy ethnic
vaze wase vase oasis
bace baxe child language
deci dexi one-tenth federal
keci kexi polite hairy
maca maxa match increase
nice nixe underside niche
pace paxe peace pain
cante xante song calm
carme xarme charm shame
cira xira rip hide
cita xita quote shit
cute xuta exit skill
gance ganje hook marijuana
cake jake knife jacket
cana jana make know
cangi jangi frequent crafty
cari jari four jarry
ceka jeka check borrow
cena jena predate birth
cenden jenden yesterday birthday
cenge jenge layer war
cupe jupe sucking skirt
cuza jusa choose juice
laje laxe trash vestige
puja luxa worship push
suje suxe suggestion sushi
jake xake jacket branch
jame xame collection evening
jane xane knowledge mountain
jeke xeke loan stone
jina xina enter believe
joke xoke joke shock
juxa xuxa inject silence
Edit: I somehow missed vine/wine in my assertion that there was only one v/w minimal pair. there are, in fact two. I don't think it affects my conclusion that much because wine, like wale, is not very international. but two is much more than one, so they're definitely both worth mentioning.
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2020.08.10 21:00 sharewithme Word of The Hour: appointment

English: appointment
  1. designation of a person to hold an office or discharge a trust
  2. the act of fixing by mutual agreement. hence: arrangement for a meeting
  3. the state of being appointed to som service or office
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2020.07.10 21:00 sharewithme Word of The Hour: date

English: date
  1. the point of time at which a transaction or event takes place, or is appointed to take place
  2. given or assigned length of life
  3. a given point of time
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2020.05.17 15:00 sharewithme Word of The Hour: citation

English: citation
  1. an official summons or notice given to a person to appear
  2. the act of citing a passage from a book, or from another person, in his own words
  3. the paper containing such summons or notice
  • German: die Vorladung
  • Hindi: सम्मन
  • Italian: citazione
  • Portuguese: citação
  • Spanish: cita
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2020.03.07 08:00 sharewithme Word of The Hour: appointment

English: appointment
  1. designation of a person to hold an office or discharge a trust
  2. the act of fixing by mutual agreement. hence: arrangement for a meeting
  3. the state of being appointed to som service or office
  • French: rendez-vous
  • German: der Termin
  • Hindi: भेट
  • Italian: appuntamento
  • Portuguese: designação / compromisso
  • Spanish: cita
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2020.02.05 08:00 sharewithme Word of The Hour: date

English: date
  1. the point of time at which a transaction or event takes place, or is appointed to take place
  2. given or assigned length of life
  3. a given point of time
  • French: date
  • Hindi: खजूर
  • Italian: data
  • Portuguese: data
  • Spanish: cita
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2019.12.13 02:00 sharewithme Word of The Hour: citation

English: citation
  1. an official summons or notice given to a person to appear
  2. the act of citing a passage from a book, or from another person, in his own words
  3. the paper containing such summons or notice
  • German: die Vorladung
  • Hindi: सम्मन
  • Italian: citazione
  • Portuguese: citação
  • Spanish: cita
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2019.10.02 21:00 sharewithme Word of The Hour: appointment

English: appointment
  1. designation of a person to hold an office or discharge a trust
  2. the act of fixing by mutual agreement. hence: arrangement for a meeting
  3. the state of being appointed to som service or office
  • French: rendez-vous
  • German: der Termin
  • Hindi: भेट
  • Italian: appuntamento
  • Portuguese: designação / compromisso
  • Spanish: cita
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2019.09.01 21:00 sharewithme Word of The Hour: date

English: date
  1. the point of time at which a transaction or event takes place, or is appointed to take place
  2. given or assigned length of life
  3. a given point of time
  • French: date
  • Hindi: खजूर
  • Italian: data
  • Portuguese: data
  • Spanish: cita
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2019.07.09 15:00 sharewithme Word of The Hour: citation

English: citation
  1. an official summons or notice given to a person to appear
  2. the act of citing a passage from a book, or from another person, in his own words
  3. the paper containing such summons or notice
  • German: die Vorladung
  • Hindi: सम्मन
  • Italian: citazione
  • Portuguese: citação
  • Spanish: cita
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2019.04.29 17:00 sharewithme Word of The Hour: appointment

English: appointment
  1. designation of a person to hold an office or discharge a trust
  2. the act of fixing by mutual agreement. hence: arrangement for a meeting
  3. the state of being appointed to som service or office
  • French: rendez-vous
  • German: der Termin
  • Hindi: भेट
  • Italian: appuntamento
  • Portuguese: designação / compromisso
  • Spanish: cita
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2019.03.29 12:00 sharewithme Word of The Hour: date

English: date
  1. the point of time at which a transaction or event takes place, or is appointed to take place
  2. given or assigned length of life
  3. a given point of time
  • French: date
  • Hindi: खजूर
  • Italian: data
  • Portuguese: data
  • Spanish: cita
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2019.02.03 09:00 sharewithme Word of The Hour: citation

English: citation
  1. an official summons or notice given to a person to appear
  2. the act of citing a passage from a book, or from another person, in his own words
  3. the paper containing such summons or notice
  • German: die Vorladung
  • Hindi: सम्मन
  • Italian: citazione
  • Portuguese: citação
  • Spanish: cita
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2018.11.24 00:00 sharewithme Word of The Hour: appointment

English: appointment
  1. designation of a person to hold an office or discharge a trust
  2. the act of fixing by mutual agreement. hence: arrangement for a meeting
  3. the state of being appointed to som service or office
  • French: rendez-vous
  • German: der Termin
  • Hindi: भेट
  • Italian: appuntamento
  • Portuguese: designação / compromisso
  • Spanish: cita
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2018.09.25 06:02 sharewithme Word of The Hour: citation

citation: an official summons or notice given to a person to appear
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2018.06.23 19:02 sharewithme Word of The Hour: appointment

appointment: designation of a person to hold an office or discharge a trust
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2016.03.01 14:11 1998tkhri How to create the words for your language?

I am working on my language, and have the sounds I want to use (http://imgur.com/3Dm8RYW), the syllable structure ((C)V(Sonorant)), and an orthography (either Sindarin Tengwar or a variation on Welsh). Now I want to start creating words.
I want to base my language heavily on Hindi and Welsh, with a sound similar to Quenya (which is why I have the phonology I do). So, how do I know what, for example, is the word for "dog?" I could look it up in Google Translate and see that dog is ci in Welsh, and कुत्ता (kutta) in Hindi. So, do I just pick the one I like best, and make it fit with the phonology? Do I try and combine the two, like cita? Do I just make it up?
Also, if I base every word on a word from these languages, I feel like it won't sound natural.
If it helps, I am creating the language just for fun, but am also putting it in a fictional nation on the online game NationStates.
EDIT: Found this website that helps with sound changes.
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