|Usage||2023: Obscure (8% ↗ )|
2022: Obscure (7%)
|Book and era||nimi ku lili (pre-pu, marginal phonology)|
|Part of speech||Content word|
Etymology[edit | edit source]
The word sutopatikuna is derived from Croatian čudnovati kljunaš, literally meaning "strange beak". It was coined by Alexandre Baudry as an April Fools' joke in 2009, the same day as the word kijetesantakalu was coined.
Pronunciation[edit | edit source]
Semantic space[edit | edit source]
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References[edit | edit source]
- Baudry, Alexandre (1 April 2009). "RE: New official word / Nova oficiala vorto". "Dear Sonja, That's a great idea, but if you do so, you need also to add a special word for the Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus). I would suggest the word "sutopatikuna" from the croatian word [č]udnovati kljuna […]". Toki Pona Forums. Retrieved 19 October 2023.
- jan Kapesi Pake (1 September 2021). "nimi “sutopatikuna”* li pona". In lipu tenpo nanpa kule (In Toki Pona). lipu tenpo.