Tā, Lāa ār Lēō Ūnōā Lyō lyi ārō lyiō vī lāō.
/Te leə er liɔ ʉnɔe līɔ līɪ erɔ līɪɔ vī leɔ/
Yes, Lea hears Leo the lion lying about lying while laying.
I have this really weird word in my conlang
kefeefefafefekefeefekul (although it can just be "kefeefefekefeefekuw"
Its the accusative form of "group that (usually) is a civilization"
gloss is: group-ACC-REL-country-REFL
Akamurashi, which has the closest English equivalent of partner/person that you want to spend your life with. It is non-gendered, as are most things in the Morphean language
What do you think?