Keywords: cooking, chemistry
|Part of Speech:
|term verb noun
|jupi, jupis, jupikas
|boil, boiling, boiled, hot
The term 'jupi' comes from Old Common and means 'to boil'. as in a boilding liquid.
As a verb, it is a transitive skurun verb meaning to boil something, taking an ergative egent performing the boiling and an absolutive thing boiled. An example would be boiling a food item to cook it. Its antipassive pali form means to be boiling, such as a pot of water in a boiling state.
In a noun context, 'jupi' refers to the state of being in a boil.
The basic modifier form 'jupis' can have a number of meanings from being boiled to being presently boiling, to being just a colloquial word for hot. The derived form 'jupikas' means more specifically something which has at a point in the past been subject to boiling.