So I recently bumped into the Anglish wiki's page on , and while it was an interesting--if not, difficult--read, I was wondering: How would their moves and--to an extent--abilities and natures would be Anglish-cized. For example, how would a move like Mega Punch (Megaton Punch in Japanese) be renamed in Anglish?
I've a ridewheel, you can hop on if you feel
外围体育投注It's got a corf, a bell that rings and other
外围体育投注Things that make it look good.
I'd yive it to you if I could, but I borrowed it.
外围体育投注You're the kind of girl that fits in with my world.
外围体育投注I'll yive you anything, everything if you will things.
外围体育投注I have a shroud. It makes others laugh aloud.
There's a tear up the fore. It's red and black.
I've fangled up here a list of witnessed words as well as some forthputtings for words that have been forcouthly hard to awend into English/Anglish. This is by no means a thorough list, but rather a short list of ones that come up rather often.
Any word with a frume is witnessed, or shapen off of a witnessed word, in which latter befall there will be a > before the frume in frain. Any word that isn't marked with a frume, but is not newshapen, is only a wonted word or a word yet witnessed in nowly English.
* = Newshapen
† = Shifted meaning
Culture, cultural(ly) = Begang† [OE begang 'practice, cultivation'], begangly*, tilth† [OE tilþ 'cultivation, husbandry'], tilthly*, tilling† [OE tilung 'cultivation, acquisition, performance']
Art = List [OE list], craft [OE cræft], sare [OE searu]
Bias, biased = Nighing, nighed [>OE hnígan 'fall, decline, bend']
Opinion = Leaning, thinking, belief, ween [OE wéna 'belief'], trow(ing) [OE tréow 'faith, belief', tréowung 'confidence']
Data = Given(s)* [>Ltn. datum 'that which is 'given']