It has to do with how Enoran names work. Eli’s name is made up of an adjective, “Eli”, and a noun, “Ano”, so the adjective gets the diminutive— “Eli+si”, because the adjective is considered more unique.
Min+Ano becomes Minsi, Yer+Li becomes Yersi, Sum+Mas, Sumsi and so on. Most names are just two parts, so it doesn’t get very complicated. Short forms of the names like “Min”, Eli”, or “Ori” (from Orsino) are literally just the adjective form.
An example of an irregular usage is Fil+U+Mena, where both the adjective and the possessive part of the name become Filusi instead of Filsi.
*dial tone… dial tone… click*
"Hey, uh, I’m calling about that lost Goddess ad you ran? ‘Cause, uh, I think I mighta found her."
She’s got some kinda nerve showing up to her creator’s backyard!
(context: this is my backyard when it was hailing pretty hard a few days ago)
Tarienn has been working on TidalComics 2.0 pretty much all week actually! It’ll probably be ready to roll out by the end of this month.
…I forgot to upload this. The last commission I took, featuring Kit and Trosce dancing. NON CANON.
or is it?