Colors of the Paint and of the Wind

Let's see now the colors in Alethian language. Also will there are some related words too.

Color Iro Example/Explains
blue ao aozora "blue sky"
yellow jona jonai fibar "yellow fever"
jonos the Eastern people's common skin color, the easterners
kiiro kiiroi bi "yellow Sun"
green mid mid grama "green grass"
midou ~
indigo anil anil czakar "the indigo chackra"
violet ametu ametu bana "violet flower"
kurilila kurilila bana "violet flower"
red aka akai me "red eye"
akos the Western Indian's common skin color, the redskins, the red indians
black kuro kuroi yoru "black night"
afros the Africa people's common skin color, the black people
feke ~
white base base bana "white flower"
vae vae bana "white flower"
vasi vasi bana "white flower"
sziro sziro bana "white flower"
orange orojo orojo nez "orange nose"
akajona akajona nez "orange nose"
oranja oranja nez "orange nose"
brown braune braune keke "brown cake", brownie
brun brunpye "brown skin", brunszeb "brown hair"
bruna brunapye "brown skin", brunaszeb "brown hair"
brunos the brown-skinned people (neither 'pure' black nor 'pure' white)
barna barna tronkus "brown tree trunk"
pink ruiaka ruiaka bana "pink flower"
pinka pinkaszeb "pink hair"
blonde loros lorosszeb "blonde hair"
redhead szebakos those (so amazing) redhead girls
gray kindu ~
beige begye begye jeladera "beige refrigerator"

There are some color-related words such as:

iro : color, paint
inko : contour, ink
meliro : honey color
lanairo : wool color
sorairo : sky color
viniliro : vinyl (record disk) color
vinilairo : vinyl (polymer) color
suiro : water color, watercolour
firiro : fire color
cziiro : earth color, land color, sand color
kaziro : wind color, colors of the wind
kelvon : rainbow

So it's enough for today.
Till next time !!!

Uren Providenceni raen mettonk na van — vel ke vel he vel jonmile.
Hope the Lord allows us a next meeting — here or there or altogether.


Changes on Verb Conjugation

Just this morning...

... I've decided to change the endings applicable to the 2nd person of singular and the 1st and 2nd persons of plural of the indefinite stance of verb conjugation.

for the verb arda "to ignite, to fire"
Tense Person Before From Now
No-past 2nd Singular arsesz arsess
1st Plural arsuk arsime
2nd Plural arssek arsite
Past 2nd Singular artesz artess
1st Plural artuk artime
2nd Plural artsek artite

Everything else on verb conjugation remains the same.

Thee changes were made under inspiration on czech and slovensky conjugation (well, it's true for the plural persons only). For the 2nd singular person, I decided to somewhat simplify the ending, since a doubled consonant at the very end of the word pulls tonicity to the very last syllable. Also this does not alter vowel harmony rules, and such changes does apply for indefinite forms only. Definite forms remain the same too.

No more, for now. Bye (;