I have now returned to England! ‘Twas a journey fraught with hassle and drunken people. But the time away was good! I’m now knee deep in all my stuff as I attempt to move house! But I shall attempt to return to some sort of normal schedule of posting. I’m surprised I managed to get regular posts out all last week, but my tiredness is definitely showing this week! I’m thinking up some more topics, and hopefully soon will have plenty to pollute the web with.
For now I’ll leave with you a word I came across in “Being Colloquial in Esperanto”:
- Ekdormadi = To suddenly fall into a long slumber
I thought it was quite an achievement. Very pretty and very functional!
How is it made?
From the verb “dormi” = “to sleep”. The prefix “ek” creates the feeling of suddenly starting, or quite fleeting. For example, adding it to the verb “to look” would make “to glance”, or “to laugh” would be “to burst out laughing”.
Adding the suffix “ad” gives the idea of a continual action, a sustained action.
So… To suddenly fall into (ek-) a long/continual (-ad) sleep (dormi)!