Vlasi words of the day #25:

mīrne (verb, stative): to be happy
mirna (noun): happiness

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Vlasi words of the day #24 (catch-up):

zūlne (verb, stative): to be cold
zulna (noun): cold
za rūlne* (verb): to become cold

(* Dissimilation of /z/ to /r/.)

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Vlasi words of the day #23 (catch-up):

hwōrne (verb, stative): to be hot
za hwōrne (verb): to become hot
hworna (noun): heat

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Vlasi words of the day #22 (catch-up):

tūle (verb, stative): to be dead
za tūle (verb): to die
tula (noun): death

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Vlasi words of the day #21 (catch-up):

gwīve (verb, stative): to live, to be alive
za gwīve (verb): to come to life
gwiva (noun): life

Vlasi word of the day #20:

wida (preverb): back, re-, reciprocal action
wida vlāse: to speak back, to retort

Wait a minute, 'haphazard' is pronounced 'hap-hazard'? And I only found it out today?

I don't know what to believe anymore.

Rust 1.40 adds a feature that stops consumers matching on structs or enums exhaustively, so extending them is not a breaking change!

There's a cute todo!() macro too.

blog.rust-lang.org/2019/12/19/

Vlasi words of the day #19:

tōine (verb): to dance
toina (noun, inanimate): dance

Vlasi word of the day #18:

sūmpe (verb, stative): to be tired

Vlasi word of the day #17:

kwērde (verb): to hug
kwerda (noun, inanimate): a hug

I have ADHD, or as it’s known in the Unix world, “focus follows mouse”

Vlasi words of the day #14 (catch-up):

nīnte (verb): to think
ninta (noun, inanimate): thinking, the faculty of thought
ninto (noun, inanimate): a thought, idea

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