Glyph of the word 'itiva'.


  • (n.) part, division
  • (n.) row, furrow (in a field, for example)
  • (n.) ditch
  • (n.) line
  • (n.) pass, mountain pass

Itiva iu leya: Feyaveya…
“Rows in rocks: Awesome…”

Notes: So when I see something like this, I get this nigh irresistible urge to jump in there and mess everything up:

A Japanese rock garden.

Probably a good thing I resisted the urge during my visit to the Huntington.

Itiva‘s a nice multifunctional word. It comes, of course, from tiva, which…I haven’t done yet. Dang. Some day I’ll have everything up I need to refer to…

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