Common Lexeme


Keywords: Animals

Pronunciation (IPA): ˈkə.zo 
Part of Speech: term noun verb 
Class: pali 
Forms: kyso 
Glosses: worm, wriggle 


Kyso is a a word from Old Common meaning a worm as in the animal (encompassing a similar array of helminths, annelids and marine arthropods as the English word), and also the idea of wriggling as a motion. The idea of wriggling into or out of something is handled periphrastically with the propositions ufít or ulát.

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