The root here was xatrem’het, which means ship, boat or anything which floats in water and helps human transportation. Xatrem’tan refers to “navigation, shipping, use of ships and/or boats”. The adjective xatrem means nautical or related to ships.
I am not sure when I created it but I do remember that I translated the text about the grandfather and the nonexistant dragon using it. I also know that the word was expanded for the preparation for one of the inverse relays where Rejistanian however was not chosen. During the preparation I created the rule that using a medium of transport as a verb it means to use this for transportation.
Example: Today, I decided to translate a larger text, well, post an existing translation and speak it.
Kekeva’he’mi kekeva’he’xe mi’la’neteva tekne’ra ,mi’la’hekax, la. Mi’la’isa’han kisut, alhika’het aji mi’aru sike. Kekeva’he’mi kekeva’he’xe mi’la’isa’han nahtaj lajitax jolu, javuke’het kimi aji mi’la’aru sike. Kekeva’he’mi kekeva’he’xe mi’la’isa’han jya lajitax jolu, salankij’ny sike min’la’salan yi ji kekeva’he’mi kekeva’he’xe mi’ma’ta ‘jlunu jilih. Mi’la’disde ‘neteva’han nahsua lune jvenu’ny’sy ji holesa’het’sy ji holesalki’het’sy ji xatrem’het’sy. Mi’la’sidekhir kali’het esda altena tekne’ra nahsua’ra.
Grandfather-GEN3S grandfather-GEN1S 3S-PST-travel world-LOC ,3S-PST-be_adolescent, when.PST. 3S-PST-go-ALL west, sand only 3S-be there. Grandfather-GEN3S grandfather-GEN1S 3S-PST-go-ALL north later direct, mud white only 3S-PST-be there. Grandfather-GEN3S grandfather-GEN1S 3S-PST-go-ALL east later direct, mountain-PL there 3PL-PST-high too and Grandfather-GEN3S grandfather-GEN1S 3S-be.able.to-NEG [INF]climb this. 3S-PST-decide [INF]travel-ALL south last leg-PL-INSTR and horse-INSTR and cart-INSTR and boat-INSTR. 3S-PST-reach city big most world-LOC south-LOC.
When my great-great-grandfather was a young man, he travelled out into the world. First he went west; there was only sand there. Then he went north; there was only snow there. Then he went east; there the mountains were too high and great-great-grandfather couldn’t climb them. At last he decided to travel south, on foot, on horseback, by cart and by boat. In the south he saw the largest city in all the world.