ZIBLIZIT ['pleasing yourself']
ZIZBILIT is one of the important new words taught in this language lesson. No prior knowledge of the unique language 'Disfodish' is required for you to enjoy this film. You too can learn to speak Disfodish well! Hereafter you will find the important vocabulary for this lesson to help you in your efforts : ZBILET [makfot (verb)] : 1. to play, 2. to exhibit. ZBILIT [namfot (noun)] : 1. play, 2. activity/an activity/activities, 3. exhibition/an exhibition. ZBILET[OT] [domakfot (transitive verb)] : 1. to play (something) vb. I. Zätit gidiš zbiletìt pianit . II. Vidit zbiletìtot. e.g. I. It is so that she plays the piano. II. Look there, (she) is playing it. ZIZBILET [zimakfot (reflexive verb)] : 1. to play itself, 2. to play (with) oneself, 3. to masturbate. vb. I. ! Zätit gidiš zizbiletìt. ! II. ! Ruvit zizbiletìt. e.g. I. It is so that he is playing (himself). II. Look, he’s masturbating ! ZIZBILIT [namfot (noun)] : 1. self-exposure, 2. masturbation. BLIZET [makfot (verb)] : 1. to please. ZIBLIZET [zivodas makfot (refl. Verb)] : 1. to please (itself), 2. to pleasure (itself). ZIBLIZET[OT] [domakfot + dävodas namfot (transitive verb + dative object)] : 2a. to like something, 2. to find pleasure (in something) Vb. I. Zätit zizbilit nidit ziblizetìt. II. Vodit nidit ziblizetìtot. e.g. I. (literal translation) It is so that self-playing to him pleases itself, (exact transl.) Playing with himself pleases him. II (literal transl.) It is true that to him it pleases itself, (exact transl.) Yes, he really likes (to do) it. UNATFODIT DIŠPRIKFODIS / FOOTNOTES ON DISFODISH ? Velit doganšprikfotetùt. Can you speak Disfodish? We have taken up the cause of saving this unique linguistic tradition. With so few native speakers alive today, our cause has become urgent. Visit the website to learn more about what you can do to start learning Disfodish today : https://www.xtube.com ! Ruvit doganmagetùt You can do it ! DISFODISH is the English word for ‘Dišprikfot’ – a truly unique language. Recent research has brought into question the assumption that the original speakers originated from Northern Europe. Although there are clear links to Latin and Germanic languages general opinion among academics in the field of comparative linguistics suggests that such brazen assumptions are not at all well-founded, or at best simplistic. Recently completed research has rendered a lot of knowledge attained from the inert protostructuralist school unlikely if not entirely untrue. Despite the negative input of those sociolinguistics who presume that a language can only exist if it has a society of people who are or who have spoken and/or written it, for those among us who truly believe in our humble field of study, are reminded of how relative our relationship is to such problematic theoretical notions including ‘meaning’, ‘truth’ and ‘fiction’. The field of Disfodish study is referred to formally as Disfodish Protolinguistics . suggests that previously assumed links are primarily vocabulary-based rather than grammatical. This, of course, helps us better understand some of the linguistic anomolies Disfodish still poses. Still, although the field of thought underlying the ‘link-in-the-chain’ theory connecting Lithuanian and the Finno-ugrian languages may seem absurd after the relatively recent discovery of the long sought-after Dišfodit manuscripts, the abverbial ‘discursive opening phrases’ beginning communicative AND written utterances has made clear to even the most conservative of protolinguists that this language still has something to teach us all.   dixit assoc. prof. dr Z_ : “please do not quote me in your meaningless publication.” [Disfodit Vodetìt, vol. 9. pp. 23.  Fellow academics refer to one another as Dishfodits or as a group ‘Fodites’; an uncomprehending academia, however, have been known to use other less affectionate terms such as ‘retentive self-*****’ or even ‘lunatics’.  This language is entirely fictional and any resemblance it may have to existing languages is arbitrary and/or coincidental. DOT. ALEGZANDRIŠ GÄNÄN Fictive Protolinguistics and Comparative Metalinguistics University of Elevation Fotstat.