This week is a bit of a grind week since I need to come up with a number of Miwāfu names for the various cards.
Suit | Rank | Title | Miwāfu —————- | —: | ——————- | —— Stones | 1 | Mountain | kodòshyo | 2 | Valley | gupíji | 3 | Cliff | rogumàgi | 4 | Cave | ryakochyāni | 5 | Wind's Teeth | guni fígi | 6 | Boulder | tejòki | 7 | Pebbles | tidóna | 8 | Sand Storm | mushyobīho Waters | 1 | Ocean | ragofuchìno | 2 | Clouds | yarimùfu | 3 | River | rīmyo | 4 | Waterfall | jyaróki | 5 | Oasis | ryúma | 6 | Well | ruráfu | 7 | Bucket | dodēra | 8 | Glasses | rāka Birds | 1 | Eagle | akachìno | 2 | Hawk | hofùma | 3 | Roadrunner | shimusōgo | 4 | Ostrich | jyanogūo | 5 | Crows | mobìpo | 6 | Sparrows | wufábi | 7 | Nest | danīchyo | 8 | Eggs | aēno Herds | 1 | Tachira's | tachira hèru | 2 | Horse (Mares) | héru | 3 | Bighorn | hanàko | 4 | Camel | ogìmo | 5 | Deer | worōchi | 6 | Goat | keígu | 7 | Sheep | funámi | 8 | Hoof Prints | hiropàdu
When working with constructed languages, coming up with new words can be difficult. Breaking it up a little will help them from getting too “close” to each other and help with the building process. I plan on finishing the words (including various ones for decks) next week and then maybe start drawing them out.