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water[ꯁꯦꯝꯒꯠꯂꯨ]

Hello Awangba Mangang. First of all, congratulations for the release of the Meipei Wiktionary; it is always a happy moment to see a new Wiktionnary alive. I contribute to the French Wiktionary, and I try to collect the translation of the word "water" in all languages. In Meipei, I found it is ইসিং, ising. Could you confirm it please? Thanks in advance and good luck with this new Wiktionary version. Pamputt (ꯉꯥꯡꯐꯃ) ꯲꯱:꯱꯸, ꯲꯳ ꯐꯥꯏꯂꯦꯜ ꯲꯰꯲꯱ (IST)

We used Meetei Mayek script, so Water = ꯏꯁꯤꯡ. Awangba Mangang (ꯉꯥꯡꯐꯃ) ꯰꯵:꯲꯸, ꯲꯴ ꯐꯥꯏꯂꯦꯜ ꯲꯰꯲꯱ (IST)
Thank you very much :D Pamputt (ꯉꯥꯡꯐꯃ) ꯱꯳:꯰꯱, ꯲꯴ ꯐꯥꯏꯂꯦꯜ ꯲꯰꯲꯱ (IST)

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Planetary symbols[ꯁꯦꯝꯒꯠꯂꯨ]

Hi Awangba,

I would like to add planetary symbols to Wikt-mni, illustrated with template:character info. However, I don't have access to an adequate Meithei dictionary. Would you be willing to help?

An example (Venus) is en:♀ (in English) or hi:♀ (in Hindi).

For the navigation template, I need the phrase "planetary symbols", or something similar, to use as a title. The English version of the template is at en:template:planetary symbols.

Then the article for each symbol would be something like this:

[template:character info]

ꯏꯟꯇꯔꯅꯦꯁꯅꯦꯜ

[international / translingual]

ꯈꯨꯗꯝ

[symbol]

  1. (ꯈꯦꯟꯆꯣꯡꯂꯣꯟ, ???) [meaning in astronomy and astrology]
  2. (ꯊꯋꯥꯢꯄꯥꯟꯕ) [meaning in biology]

For several, I would then need a section for synonyms or antonyms, then finally "See also" (or "Related words/symbols") followed by the navigation template.

So, what would be the proper section headings to use for 'international/translingual', 'symbol', 'astrology', 'synonym', 'antonym' and 'see also / related words'?

Please ping me if you respond.

Thanks! Kwamikagami (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯰꯹:꯳꯳, ꯱꯶ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]

@Kwamikagami:
  1. Inernational = ꯃꯥꯂꯦꯝꯒꯤ-ꯊꯥꯛꯇꯥ
  2. Translingual = ꯂꯣꯟ-ꯑꯇꯩꯗ
  3. Astronomy = ꯈꯦꯟꯆꯣꯡꯂꯣꯟ
  4. Astrology = ꯑꯄꯣꯛꯂꯣꯟ
  5. Living being = ꯊꯧꯋꯥꯏꯄꯥꯟꯕ
  6. Biology = ꯊꯧꯋꯥꯏꯄꯥꯟꯕ ꯅꯩꯅꯂꯣꯟ
  7. Synonyms = ꯃꯥꯟꯅꯕ ꯋꯥꯍꯟꯊꯣꯛ
  8. Antonyms = ꯑꯣꯟꯅ-ꯇꯩꯅꯕ ꯋꯥꯍꯟꯊꯣꯛ
  9. Symbol = ꯈꯨꯗꯝ or ꯁꯛꯇꯥꯛ
  10. See also = ꯃꯁꯤꯁꯨ ꯌꯦꯡꯉꯨ
  11. Related words = ꯃꯔꯤꯂꯩꯅꯕ ꯋꯥꯍꯩ (word) or words=(ꯋꯥꯍꯩꯁꯤꯡ)

Awangba Mangang (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯲꯰:꯱꯷, ꯱꯶ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST) 8Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]

Kwamikagami I want to add something in addition to Awangba's translations. Awangba's translations for synonym and antonym are in singular number. If you are asking for plural "synonyms" and "antonyms", please add ꯁꯤꯡ in the end of the words. So, it will be like this: # Synonyms = ꯃꯥꯟꯅꯕ ꯋꯥꯍꯟꯊꯣꯛꯁꯤꯡ
# Antonyms = ꯑꯣꯟꯅ-ꯇꯩꯅꯕ ꯋꯥꯍꯟꯊꯣꯛꯁꯤꯡ
Thanks! Haoreima (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯲꯱:꯲꯴, ꯱꯶ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]

Awangba, Haoreima, thank you both!

For a symbol like "@", would it be better to label it ꯃꯥꯂꯦꯝꯒꯤ-ꯊꯥꯛꯇꯥ or ꯂꯣꯟ-ꯑꯇꯩꯗ ?

Also, here is the title of the navigation template. Is it grammatically correct? (It's not finish. When it is, all of the symbols will display properly.)

ꯊꯄꯤ ꯈꯨꯗꯝꯁꯤꯡ
Sun symbol (fixed width).svg · Mercury symbol (fixed width).svg · Venus symbol (fixed width).svg · Earth symbol (fixed width).svgGlobus cruciger (fixed width).svg · Moon crescent symbol (fixed width).svgMoon decrescent symbol (fixed width).svg · Mars symbol (fixed width).svg · Ceres symbol (fixed width).svg · Pallas symbol (fixed width).svg · Juno symbol (fixed width).svg · Vesta symbol (fixed width).svg · Hygiea symbol (astrological, fixed width).svg · Chiron symbol (fixed width).svg · Jupiter symbol (fixed width).svg · Saturn symbol (fixed width).svg · Uranus symbol (fixed width).svgUranus monogram (fixed width).svg · Neptune symbol (fixed width).svg · Pluto symbol (fixed width).svgPluto monogram (fixed width).svg · Orcus symbol (fixed width).svg · Haumea symbol (fixed width).svg · Quaoar symbol (fixed width).svg · Makemake symbol (fixed width).svg · Gonggong symbol (fixed width).svg · Eris symbol (fixed width).svg · Sedna symbol (fixed width).svg · Comet symbol (fixed width).svg

I created articles for ☉ and ♀ -- are those acceptable? Kwamikagami (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯰꯰:꯰꯲, ꯱꯷ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]

Kwamikagami I don't understand your first question. Well, for the second question, the answer is yes. It's grammatically correct. And for the creation of those 2 pages, you did really great. There were no mistakes. Haoreima (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯰꯸:꯳꯴, ꯱꯷ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]

Haoreima I meant, should the top of the article say ꯂꯣꯟ-ꯑꯇꯩꯗ', as it does now, or should I change it to ꯃꯥꯂꯦꯝꯒꯤ-ꯊꯥꯛꯇꯥ? If you're happy with how it is now, I'll leave it alone.

Is there a word in Meethei for "asteroid"? I thought maybe something like ꯊꯅꯥꯑꯣꯕꯤ could be used for "dwarf planet". (I just invented that word, so it's probably not good Meethei.)

If I just say ⚳ means "Ceres", people might not know what Ceres is, so it would be better to say "the asteroid Ceres" or "the dwarf planet Ceres."

It may be that Meethei doesn't have names for Ceres, Pallas, Pluto, Eris etc. (Everything that's still a red link.) In such cases, would it be acceptable to give the English or Bengali name? In English we use the international form, but perhaps Bengali would be more familiar. Or has someone created/adopted Meethei names for them? I don't see anything on WP-mni.

Kwamikagami (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯰꯸:꯵꯰, ꯱꯷ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]

Kwamikagami For me, either "ꯂꯣꯟ-ꯑꯇꯩꯗ" or "ꯃꯥꯂꯦꯝꯒꯤ-ꯊꯥꯛꯇꯥ" is ok! Opinions from Awangba can also be nice to hear. Well, for the word you invented recently, could you please explain me the etymology? For the heavenly bodies named after Greek-Roman deities, it will very handy task for us because we have many gods and goddesses of similar attributes. For example, Ceres is a Roman goddess of agriculture. We have goddess Phouoibi in Meitei mythology and religion. We can use her name while translating. What do you think about it? Haoreima (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯰꯹:꯰꯱, ꯱꯷ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
I was trying to add ꯅꯥꯑꯣ "little" to ꯊꯄꯤ / ꯊꯕꯤ "planet", as I see in ꯈꯨꯠꯅꯥꯑꯣꯕꯤ (ꯈꯨꯠ-ꯅꯥꯑꯣ-ꯕꯤ).
Most languages translate "dwarf planet" directly from English, as "dwarf" + "planet", but not all languages do that. For example, Japanese calls them "almost-planets". The phrase "dwarf planet" was coined by Alan Stern (he was in charge of the space mission to Pluto), who says that because they're worlds, they're planets, just very small. (But bigger than asteroids.) But the IAU (International Astronomical Union) has declared that they're not planets. I think it's rather strange to call them "dwarf planets" if they're not planets. Personally, I call them "planetoids" if I mean that they're not planets, and "dwarf planets" if I mean that they are planets. Though it really doesn't matter -- they are what they are, whatever we call them.
As for whether to translate the names of Roman gods (Ceres, Juno), Greek (Pallas, Eris), Hawaiian (Haumea), Inuit (Sedna) etc. to Meetei equivalents, I think that's a decision that needs to be made by the Meetei people. Perhaps you'll want to translate some names, like Ceres > Phouoibi, but just use the sounds of others, like Sedna (Inuit goddess of the sea, who lives at the bottom of the Arctic Ocean -- there might not be a Meetei equivalent to that). Kwamikagami (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯰꯹:꯴꯱, ꯱꯷ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
Kwamikagami For dwarf planet, you want to say "Nao+Thapi"=NaoThapi (ꯅꯥꯎꯊꯄꯤ). But my suggestion is to use it like "Thapi (ꯊꯄꯤ) + Nao (ꯅꯥꯎ)"=Thapinao (ꯊꯄꯤꯅꯥꯎ) to sound more local. For example, Dog=hui (ꯍꯨꯢ), little=nao (ꯅꯥꯎ), so puppy=Huinao (ꯍꯨꯢꯅꯥꯎ), Tiger=Kei (ꯀꯩ), little=nao (ꯅꯥꯎ), tiger cub=Keinao (ꯀꯩꯅꯥꯎ). And for Meitei religion, it's a polytheism. So, of course, we can hunt for deities with equivalent attributes though it's not exactly interpretatio graeca. It's better to use the divine names of Meitei gods instead of borrowed English or Bengali words in Meitei language wiktionary!
Here's my comparison:- # Ceres= Phouoibi # Juno= Konthoujam Tampha Lairembi (short name is Tampha) # Pallas (Pallas Athena) = Panthoibi # Eris (goddess of discord) = ?? (I am searching for her) # Haumea = ?? (I am searching for her) # Sedna (goddess of water) = Irai Leima (alias Ereima) Haoreima (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯱꯰:꯴꯶, ꯱꯷ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
Okay, I added those. But please check my spelling. First I wrote "Thampa", then "Thaampa" -- I don't know which it should be.
Others are Vesta, Hygiea, Chiron, Pluto, Orcus, Quaoar, Gonggong. Currently they're just in English. Kwamikagami (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯱꯱:꯲꯵, ꯱꯷ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
Kwamikagami It's not Thampa or Thampaa, but it's Tampha. Please see the position of "h"! Vesta = Imoinu, Hygiea = ?? (Please wait), Chiron = no equivalents possible (because we don't have Centaurs in our folklore), Pluto = Thongalel, Orcus = both Orcus & Pluto are Roman gods of underworld, we have Thongalel only, so what shall we do???, next, Quaoar = English Wikipedia article is very difficult to grasp any knowledge but according to French, Italian & German equivalent Wikipedia articles, they say he is a creator deity. If that's the case, we have Sanamahi. Gonggong (Chinese water God) = 2 equivalents, Wangbren or Irai Ningthou, choose either one of them. Haoreima (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯱꯲:꯰꯸, ꯱꯷ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
There are several creator deities in the names. E.g. Makemake, not just Quaoar. I'll hold off on that. Pluto take precedence over Orcus. Orcus is the "anti-Pluto", if that suggests a solution. Hygiea is the goddess of preventative health. Kwamikagami (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯱꯲:꯲꯱, ꯱꯷ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
Kwamikagami I have another way of suggestion about the underworld deity. Both Orcus & Hades/Pluto denote the name of the God as well as the underworld itself. While in Meitei language, "Khamnung" is the term for underworld. So, since Hades/Pluto is the most popular underworld God, let's make him direct translation of Thongalel. And for Orcus, a lesser known deity/place of underworld, let's make him a translation of Khamnung (underworld kingdom). Another thing, for Eris, I found Yenakha Paotapi (Saijin Polibi is her alias as well as more beautiful name. If possible, let's use this name whose Meitei transliteration is ꯁꯥꯢꯆꯤꯟ ꯄꯣꯂꯤꯄꯤ). Both are divinities who get happy by making people fall under a disagreement (discord). And for Haumea (fertility and childbirth), her trait is possesed by supreme mother earth goddess Leimarel Sidabi (short name, Leimarel). And for Hygiea, I am still searching. Haoreima (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯱꯲:꯵꯴, ꯱꯷ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
Well, Pluto and Orcus are an ethnic difference: Pluto is Greek, and Orcus is Etruscan (pre-Roman). Is there a pre-Meethei people of Manipur, where you could use their deity? Or that of a neighboring people that the Meetei would be familiar with?
Would it be possible to shorten ꯁꯥꯢꯆꯤꯟ ꯄꯣꯂꯤꯄꯤ, the way you did with Leimarel? Kwamikagami (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯱꯴:꯰꯰, ꯱꯷ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
Kwamikagami Regarding culture, the Meiteis are the oldest of all. Meiteis in Northeast India are exactly like Greeks in Mediterranean world. Like Greeks, Meitei language has no ancestral language. It has Ancient Meitei language. Another name of Thongalel is "AshiLai" (ꯑꯁꯤꯂꯥꯢ) (Lit. Ashi=death, Lai=God). Regarding characters, I found one difference between Orcus and Pluto. Pluto is just the king of underworld while Orcus is also equated/conflated with Dīs Pater (God of soil fertility and mineral wealth). So, I want to bring out a new candidate from Meitei mythology like Phou Ningthou (God of soil fertility). Soil and underworld are inter-related. What do you think about it? And about your last question, I don't think shortening is possible because if we did so, meanings will get altered. Haoreima (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯱꯴:꯱꯸, ꯱꯷ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
Kwamikagami Another suggestion! Both Thongalel and Wangbren are Gods of death. Thongalel is associated with underworld while Wangbren with underwater world. Why can't we make Hades/Pluto equivalent to Wangbren and for the very controversial Orcus with Thongalel. For Gonggong, we already have Irai Ningthou (a perfect substitute for Wangbren). What do you think about it? Haoreima (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯱꯴:꯲꯷, ꯱꯷ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
I don't recall Pluto being associated with water. But it's 2 AM, so I need to sleep!
'Night, Kwamikagami (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯱꯴:꯳꯱, ꯱꯷ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
Kwamikagami I mean Wangbren (underwater world God) & Thongalel (Underworld God) are both associated with death. I don't say Pluto is associated with water. Hope you understand! We can make Wangbren and Pluto equivalent. And Thongalel equate with Orcus, and Gonggong (Chinese water God) with Irai Ningthou (another Meitei water God besides Wangbren). And about timing, it's afternoon in my region, Imphal, Manipur. Btw, have a sweet dream😴💭! :-) For me, I have to wait for 7-8 more hours from now to say "good night". 😁😁 Haoreima (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯱꯴:꯵꯱, ꯱꯷ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]

Sorry, I haven't got back to this.

Should we have the whole set of modules like Module:Unicode data/images/002 and Module:Unicode data/names/002 on Wikt-mni? I only copied over the more important ones. Wikt-en and Wikt-vi both have the full set. Kwamikagami (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯰꯹:꯲꯶, ꯲꯶ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]

Wangbren ꯋꯥꯡꯕ꯭ꯔꯦꯟ seems to be a good match for Gonggong. He's not a good match for Pluto. User Haoreima wrote on Simple WP that Wangbren is "the god of water, rain, flood, disease and sickness." None of that is true of Pluto, who does not cause destruction but only rules over the dead. But it is a good match for Gonggong, who is all of those things.

While Pluto simply ruled over the land of the dead, Orcus was more malicious. He tormented evil-doers and punished oath-breakers. Is there a Manipuri god who punished the dead? Kwamikagami (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯰꯲:꯱꯸, ꯲꯸ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]

Also, would you mind adding the correct Meithei script to the articles on Simple and English wikipedia? I'm afraid if I did it I would create errors. Kwamikagami (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯰꯲:꯲꯳, ꯲꯸ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]

Kwamikagami Hello Kwamikagami! Could you please ping me whenever you relied? It's not too much necessary since our talk is active but i think pinging might speed up our conversation. Well, the Meitei spelling you added in simple wiki was absolutely fine. The one who is to punish death is only Thongalel. We, Meiteis, have only Him associated with underworld. So, the problem will be for Pluto and Orcus. Who will achieve Thongalel as its equivalent? And for the remaining one, what about him? Haoreima (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯱꯳:꯳꯲, ꯲꯸ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
User:Haoreima Sorry, I don't didn't know how to ping people on Wikt-mni.
Historically, the Greek god Hades, Etruscan Orcus, Roman Dis Pater (= Jupiter) and Greek Pluto all merged into Roman Pluto. So you might say that Orcus is an old name for Pluto. Could we maybe use two different names for Thongalel? Or maybe two different forms, say Thongalel and Thongaren? Would that be too confusing?
Since there are no centaurs in Meitei mythology, maybe we could just spell Chiron as "Khiron".
Hygiea/Hygieia is the goddess of preventative health.
Quaoar and Makemake are creator gods, so maybe we could give them alternative names for the Meitei creator. Kwamikagami (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯰꯰:꯲꯱, ꯲꯹ ꯃꯥꯔꯆ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
Also, what of the Meithei word for 'comet'? I would like to add that, since it has a common symbol. Kwamikagami (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯱꯱:꯳꯰, ꯱꯸ ꯑꯦꯄꯔꯤꯜ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
@Kwamikagami: Sorry for late reply! I know that you replied only today because I didn't received your pinging! If you don't know how to ping, there's a simple thing! Please write anyone's username whom you want to remind like this: {{Ping|Kwamikagami}} as I am pinging you. For Thongalel, there are unlimited epithets and synonyms, one of the most famous is "Ashi Lai" (ꯑꯁꯤ ꯂꯥꯢ) (Literally meaning the "God of death"). Now, I hope you will have a widened scope of choice about it. For Centaurus, we don't have. So, let's transliterate it directly like this: ꯁꯦꯟꯇꯥꯎꯔ (Centaur), ꯀꯥꯢꯔꯣꯟ (Chiron).
Hygiea/Hygieia may be transliterated into Meitei script as ꯍꯥꯢꯖꯤꯌꯥ. But if you want to use a Meitei translation besides transliteration, then we can even translate it into "cleanliness" that's called "Arubi" (ꯑꯔꯨꯕꯤ) (a Meitei female given name, meaning pure, clean, unpolluted, I am not sure if there's any goddess with the name "Arubi", but don't confuse it with Armenian🇦🇲 goddess "Arubani"😂😂).
For the creator gods, we need either to just transliterate their names into Meitei script or have to find Meitei gods with similar characters. What's your choice? --Haoreima (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯰꯷:꯳꯱, ꯴ ꯃꯦ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
@Haoreima: Sorry, I thought if I hit "reply" to your comment, you'd be pinged automatically.
There's also Charon, Pluto's moon, which some people count as a dwarf planet in its own right. I attempted to spell that out phonetically as ꯈꯥꯔꯣꯟ (the 'ch' is an aspirated [kʰ] in Greek and Latin), but if there's a riverman/boatman in the Meitei land of the dead, we could use that instead.
I like 'Arubi'. 'Hygiea' is a difficult name to work with.
If it were just Greco-Latin names, then we could profitably mine the Meitei pantheon for equivalents. But when we have multiple creation gods, fertility gods, gods of the dead and the like, differentiated only by being from different cultures, then that no longer works so well. So I suspect it would be better to transcribe non-Greco-Latin names phonetically. Eventually we will have to do that anyway: there are almost 200 named moons, and 100's of thousands of named asteroids. Probably only important bodies should get Meitei equivalents. Kwamikagami (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯰꯸:꯵꯶, ꯴ ꯃꯦ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
Kwamikagami Yeah, it's better to transliterate rather than translate. 😂😂 Well, the Meitei transliteration of the Charon is exactly correct. In Meitei pantheon, there's no boatman in the river of death. One question! Do you know how to read and write Meitei script? --Haoreima (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯰꯹:꯱꯳, ꯴ ꯃꯦ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]
@Haoreima: No, I just look up Meetei mayek on Wikipedia, so I never know if I'm doing it right. I'm starting to recognize some of the letters, though. Kwamikagami (ꯋꯥ ꯍꯥꯏꯐꯝ) ꯰꯹:꯳꯲, ꯴ ꯃꯦ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]

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Hi, could you please review this deletion request? [꯱] Rschen7754 ꯰꯱:꯵꯱, ꯲꯵ ꯁꯦꯞꯇꯦꯝꯕꯔ ꯲꯰꯲꯲ (IST)Reply[ꯄꯥꯎꯈꯨꯝ ꯄꯤꯕ]