Relformaide Dictionary:Roots/mólen

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-mólen- (Inflectional Suffixoid)ABCCategory:Roots Category:Affixes (Core Base rootCategory:Roots) (Free morpheme)
Meaning: though, in spite, despite that, albeit, notwithstanding, nevertheless, regardless, still, after all, anyway; concessive case marker
(Gloss: though / CON) Category:Case markers
Etymology: After Greek molonóti (μολονότι).

Morpheme length: 5 (E L M N O)elmno elmno Category:Isogram morphemesMorpheme count: 1
Letter pattern: CVCVC • IPA: /moː.lɛn/moː, lɛnSyllables: 2 (mo, len)CV, CVC

Default word class: Adposition

Mutated forms (2a)

Before -e termison: mólèn • Before inz: mólén • Before all other morphemes: mólen

Forms Nominal Comparative Superlative
Positive mólenu
Conjunction mólen
Morpheme family
Usage notes

See also nend (and), sed (but), and wob (while).

False friend of English mole, or mogũr/hasan in Relformaide.

The "CON" abbreviation is borrowed from John Quijada's grammar of constructed language Ithkuil, § 4.5.29.

Added on: 2017-01-04, 08:21View semantic data