antāwa

antaawa

antāwa

This is the opposite of yesterday’s word, meaning “low” in elevation (or more specifically, “below”) and “down” or “beneath” in direction. It is related to the locative particle tā

ankāora

ankaaora

ankāora

This is the opposite of yesterday’s word and as such means “rough”. It also means uneven as in landscape or teeth, and can mean sharp when referring to rocks.

anhēnār

anheenaar

anhēnār

anhÄ“nār is derived from –hÄ“– ‘good’ and –nār– ‘whole’. It refers to the proper order of things, the quality of being expectedly useful and appropriate, right, correct, true, and proper. It is understood that what is claimed to be right, correct, true, and proper isn’t necessarily so, and that the only way to tell if something is truly anhÄ“nār is to look at the long term consequences of the action, event, or behavior.