Tama

Glyph of the word 'tama'.

tama

  • (n.) leg (of a human)

Au neneoko tama o ia i elenetiá eyana.
“Your legs make a good bed.”

Notes: HAPPY CATURDAY! :D

Though I’d be delighted to have a bat as a pet, I have only a cat. She is quite the cat, though, and has gotten snuggly of late. Here she is taking a little siesta on Erin’s legs:

Keli sleeping on Erin's legs.

I think she regards my legs as uneven, and unsuitable for sitting or lying. It’s too bad, but I can’t fault her: Between my legs and Erin’s legs, the choice seems obvious enough to me.

(Huh. Just stepped away from the screen, came back, and saw the words “between my legs”. Out of context, that can be a bit embarrassing…)

Tama is the counterpart of ponu, which is the word used for an animal’s leg. It’s a pretty straightforward ikuiku, I think.

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One Response to “Tama”

  1. Ka kavaka Anthony Docimo ti:

    >Huh. Just stepped away from the screen, came back, and saw the words “between my legs”. Out of context, that can be a bit embarrassing…)
    *looks at it again*

    >Between my legs and Erin’s legs,
    …there is only coziness for the couple enjoying being alongside one another.

    but thank you for showing the counterparts.

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