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Aldori Edit

Etymology Edit

From New Sin'dai: fon, from Old Sin'dai: fon, from Elfe: foun, from Tassari: fone, from Eldorian: fūnia, from Proto-Eldorian: fūna, form Primitive Eldorian: wūna.

Pronunciation Edit

/fon/

Noun Edit

fon t (plural fone, collective fono)

  1. Bridge, a structure used to cross a gap or a body of water

Eldori Edit

Etymology Edit

From High Eldorian: fon, from New Sin'dai: fon, from Old Sin'dai: fon, from Elfe: foun, from Tassari: fone, from Eldorian: fūnia, from Proto-Eldorian: fūna, form Primitive Eldorian: wūna.

Pronunciation Edit

/fon/

Noun Edit

fon t (plural foni)

  1. Bridge, a structure used to cross a gap or a body of water

High Eldorian Edit

 Etymology Edit

From New Sin'dai: fon, from Old Sin'dai: fon, from Elfe: foun, from Tassari: fone, from Eldorian: fūnia, from Proto-Eldorian: fūna, form Primitive Eldorian: wūna.

Pronunciation Edit

/fɔn/

Noun Edit

fon t (plural fonai)

  1. Bridge, a structure used to cross a gap or a body of water

 New Sin'dai Edit

Etymology Edit

From Old Sin'dai: fon, from Elfe: foun, from Tassari: fone, from Eldorian: fūnia, from Proto-Eldorian: fūna, form Primitive Eldorian: wūna.

Pronunciation Edit

/fɔn/

Noun Edit

fon t (plural fonae, collective fonar)

  1. Bridge, a structure used to cross a gap or a body of water

Old Sin'dai Edit

Etymology Edit

From Elfe: foun, from Tassari: fone, from Eldorian: fūnia, from Proto-Eldorian: fūna, form Primitive Eldorian: wūna.

Pronunciation Edit

/fɔn/

Noun Edit

fon t (plural fony, collective fonar)

  1. Bridge, a structure used to cross a gap or a body of water