iliet (m) (n) hair whorl, crown (of hair)
As well as meaning eyelet, eddy, and carnation, iliet is a whorl of hair either on the crown of the head, or on an animal’s hide.
Nou dit qu’eune vaque tch’a d’s iliets driéthe les dgéthets est bouonne à lait. They say that a cow with whorls behind its legs is a good milker.
An iliet is where the couôtuthes of a cow meet.
rîle (f) (n) ridge of hair
As well as meaning a parting in hair, rîle (or rîl’ye) is a ridge of hair on an animal’s back.
More straightforward hair vocabulary:
- g’veux = hair (on head)
- pé = hair (on body)
- v’loûseux = hairy
- dêmêler = to comb
- dêmêleux = comb
- brînge à g’veux = hairbrush
- copeux dé g’veux = hairdresser