I don’t know what that means. I am sorry.
I see an ending that works for you this table
It means “in the king” or “using the king”. Like “in the king is the heart of a commoner”.
I can’t say I remember 4th or 5th declension though…
Oh, I barely remember any declensions. But the more you practice vocabulary, the further it embeds c:
OK, we had nobile on the board, remember.
Is renkin a word?
Sorry I forgot the rules again.
ending rules I’m afraid
haha, no worries
How about Le - french for the.
I so thought it was part spanish until I looked it up.
I am sorry my only other thought is recuperate.
Yay! I’ll have Latin lenticula (lentil)
You know so many words!
Not quite – I thought it was lenticulus and I was going to have lenticuli, the plural. I was corrected when I checked the dictionary.
I am out of ideas. I came up with another le one though. I am going to look through my spanish Naruto vol 9, which I can’t actually read:)
;__; don’t give up
Someone else is here so I don’t need to go:)
Spanish Naruto wasn’t a big help though. I don’t like reading it and not knowing what is happening.
Chinese labi (crayon) [looks very strange to write pinyin without tone marks]
Latin bifida (split in two, adj. for fem.)
Esperanto danĝera (dangerous)
I finally come up with one, and it breaks the rules.
Just sharing it anyways:
lapiz - pencil in spanish
I’ll save this one for you if you take it now ^^