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Kali-sise (Pitakesulina)
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Text in Kali-Sise
Senuse-kalane se nala lele sulala-pe su!

Seti na, pasatu sasala se?   Sekupe se le ta sulala-pe ke lesune-ka, pasatu-tine sisi se le ta nesetu li sanile kune-salape sesete pi.  Kelepe se le ta sulala ke lesune-ka, pi su lete-kelepe se nusika-kalane se ke. Nune-kase-ka, le ta sulala-pe kupate se sesete ke, supele-palate se ke, kita se ke, sisi se tasale ke setina-kene li!  Tu le pi se?  Le pi se?!  Le pi sati nune kukitu se.  Kase-ka, kanuna-sekupe pi nune kune-pinise se puse se lete-kune-satisi lete-puse ke lesune-ka, le pi nune kunune se le sasala su.

Glossary
All words are nouns unless otherwise marked.  See the grammar for an explanation of particles and pronouns.
kanuna-sekupe [law+watcher.] police -- the typically local governmental force that enforces laws
kasu [Latin 'causa', extant in Spanish and English, with initial /k-/ in Hindi /karn/.] cause -- someone or something that produces an effect, result or consquence
kelepe  [Blend of Hindi /kel/ and Arabic /laib/, influenced by Latin 'celebrare', extant in English, Spanish, et al.] play, diversion -- activity engaged in for enjoyment or recreation
kita  [From Arabic /gida/.] food -- any substance that can be metabolised by an organism to give energy or build tissue
kukitu  [From Latin 'cognitio', extant in Spanish, English, et al.] knowledge -- the psychological result of perception, learning and reasoning
kune  [From Latin 'contra-', extant in English, et al.] opposite extreme, polar opposite -- the direct contrast
kunune [From Latin 'comunicare', extant in Spanish, English, Italian, Esperanto, Novial, et al., with intial /k-/ in Arabic /kalam/.] communication -- the activity of exchanging information
kupate [From Late Latin 'combattere', extant in Romance (French, Spanish) and English, with initial /k-/ in Arabic.] fight, combat, conflict -- a conflict between opposing groups, in which each attempts to gain power over the other
lele [Unknown origin.] male -- a person or animal that belongs to the sex that cannot have babies
lete  [From Romance -el, -et, -elet, extant in English -let ('booklet'), -ette, et al.] little -- a small amount or duration {diminutive}
lete-kune-satisi [{diminutive}+{opposite}+satisfaction.] annoyance; irritation -- slightly bothering or troubling
lesune  [From Old French 'raison', extant in Russian, Spanish, English, Novial.] reason, explanation, justification, rationale -- a rational motive for a belief or action
nala [Latin 'mal-', extant in English and Romance.] badness; pejorativeness.
nesetu [From English 'nest', with initial /n-/ in Spanish /nid/ and Hindi /nir/. Close in initial sound to Russian /gnizdo/.] nest, house, lair, den -- a dwelling place for humans or animals
nune [Blend of Latin 'non' & Germanic /n-t/. Latin 'non' is extant in Spanish, Italian, French, Novial, et al., while Germanic /n-t/ is extant in English 'not', German 'nicht', Dutch 'niet', et al.] negation -- the act or progress of nullifying or making something inactive or invalid
nusika-kalane [music+communication-unit.] song -- a piece of music accompanied by spoken words
pakala  [From Hindi /pakar/.] hold -- the act or means of grasping something with the hands
palate  [From Romance 'part' (from Latin 'pars'), extant in English, Romance (Spanish, Italian) and auxiliaries (Esperanto, Novial).] part -- something determined in relation to something that includes it
pasatu [From Spanish /pasado/ (cognates in Italian and Esperanto) and English 'past', with initial /p-/ in Russian /proshla/ and Hindi /purv/.] past -- time that has elapsed
pasatu-tine [past+day.] yesterday
pinise  [From Latin 'finis', "end", extant in English, Spanish, Italian, Esperanto, Novial, et al.] ending, conclusion, completion -- the last part of a process or object considered in its entirety
puse  [From Persian /pors/, "ask", similar to Russian /vapros/, "question" with initial /pr-/ in Hindi /prashn/, Spanish 'pregunta' and English 'probe'.] question, query -- an instance of interrogation
salape  [From Arabic /salaf/, "old".] old object -- something that has existed for a relatively long time [scalar]
sanile [From Arabic /jamil/.] beauty -- qualities that give one pleasure
sasala [From Arabic /hasal/.] event, occurrence, happening -- something that takes place
sati  [From Hindi /sati/.] truth -- fact that has been verified
sekupe  [From English 'scope'.] watcher -- a close observer
senuse-kalane [sense+communication-unit]  Attention.
sesete  [From Russian /sistra/, "sister", and Romance /-esse/ (English -ess), with intial /s-/ occuring in words meaning "sister" in Mandarin Chinese and Hindi.] female -- a person or animal that belongs to the sex that has babies
seti na [emotion+{ablative}] interj.  Oh, my!
setina-kene [wall+hole.] window -- a framework of wood or metal that contains a glass windowpane and is built into a wall or roof to admit light or air
sisi [Unknown origin.] movement -- the act of changing one's location from one place to another
sulala  [From Arabic /sulala/.] offspring -- immediate descendant(s)
sulala-pe [offspring-person] baby, toddler
supele-palate se [augmentative+part {verb}] dismember, tear into pieces
tasale  [From Hindi /tahar/.] remainder, remnant -- that which is left over
tu  [From Indo-European *duwo.] two -- the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one or a numeral representing such a number
If I left out any word, it can probably be found here.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
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