qe i-icllumn fi-egcueaa-organarticulelle, ezsue a inumna iuluiciömna otullhe e,
“If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember anything.”
Fi-egcueaa-organarticulellumn is the longest creïvae word so far. It is a combination of both creïvae and Latin roots what gives it such length. An alternative word milo can be used if a shorter variation is needed.
- Eng: To speak, to produce sound using speech organs
- (speaking) milo