Senjecas Tax. Anellidae

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Pronunciation table

पेमु॓को
peműko
(labial)
रीसु॓कॊ
riisűko
(dental)
मुइतु॓को
muitűko
(alveolar)
भइनु॓को
vainűko
(palatal)
च्युस्वे॓नोस्
ṡ̨uuše̋nos
(vowels with प)
नि॓थो च्युस्वे॓नोस्
nı̋þo ṡ̨uuše̋nos
(weak vowels)
p
b f v m t d þ ð ɫ l ż s z r n k g x ƣ h ȝ i e a ɔ o u ĭ ĕ ŭ
म़ ल़ स़ क़ ग़ त्व त्य इ ई

पि पी
ए एै

पे पै
अ आ

प पा
ऒ ॵ

पॊ पॏ
ओ औ

पो पौ
उ ऊ

पु पू
तं तऺ तॅ
/p/ /b/ /ɸ/ /β/ /m̥/ /m/ /t/ /d/ /θ/ /ð/ /l̥/ /l/ /ʦ/ /ʣ/ /s/ /z/ /ɾ̥/ /n/ /k/ /g/ /ç/ /ʝ/ /j̊/ /j/ /tʷ/ /tʲ/ /i/ /e/ /ä/ /ɒ/ /o/ /u/ /ɪ/ /ɛ/ /ʊ/


Introduction

  • In the Sefdaanian cultures, each individual is a member of a hierarchy of communities. The Ethrans have used this hierarchy as a pattern for their classification of life forms.
  1. The individual is, first of all, a member of one of the six Loquent Peoples. The largest of the taxonomic communities is that of the le̋uða [le̋uðu, people]. Thus, there are "animal people" and "plant people". This division corresponds to "kingdom" in modern taxonomy.
  2. Next, the individual lives in one of the seven regions (watersheds) of Sefdaania. This division, the ta̋im̃a [ta̋im̃a, region], corresponds to "class" in modern taxonomy.
  3. Within the several regions, the individual lives in a commune. This division, the kőina [kőino, commune], corresponds to "order" in modern taxonomy.
  4. Each commune is comprised of a number of families. This division, the ða̋ma [ða̋mu, family], corresponds to "family" in modern taxonomy.
  5. Within the family, the individual is usually one of several siblings. This division, the ȝőőra [ȝőőru, sibling], corresponds to "genus" in modern taxonomy.
  6. And finally there is the individual himself. This division, the še̋ða [še̋ðu, individual], corresponds to "species" in modern taxonomy.
  • Finer divisions can be made with the use of prefixes, e.g.:
    • uf-, higher = super-
    • ner-, under = sub-
    • sup-, low = infra-
  • This table makes use of the following ranks:
    • Phylum (superclass) (P) – ufta̋im̃a
    • Class (C) – ta̋im̃a
    • Family (F) - ða̋ma


Notes

  • The numbers indicate the number of lemmata, not the number of species.


Taxonomic Table

  • P. Platyhelminthes - lefk̬ɔ́mufta̋im̃a [< le̋pi, adj. flat; k̬ɔ̋me, worm]
C. Cestoda - sı́ı́k̬ɔmta̋iṁa [< sı̋ı̋o, tape]
F. Taeniidae – kɔlða̋ma
001 kɔ̋le, Taenia spp., tapeworm [> Udmurt ke̮l, intestinal worm]
  • P. Annelida – aank̬ɔ́mufta̋im̃a [< a̋a̋no, ring]
C. Oligochaeta - páupilta̋im̃a [< pa̋ui, adj. few; pı̋lo, hair]
F. Lumbricidae - léðiirða̋ma
002 leðı̋ı̋re, earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris) [> English lumbricoid].
C. Clitellata - déélk̬ɔmta̋im̃a [< de̋e̋lo, collar]
F. Hirudinidae - sı́salða̋ma
003 sisa̋le, medicinal leech (Hirudo medicinalis) [> Biscayan uzan, leech]


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