- Jul 5, 2005Ingmar Roerdinkholder jazdy:
> Did you name it after "Ajami", better known as Mozárabe (Mozarabic), theMozarabic was the prototype I had in mind while constructing this project. I
> Romance language of Andalucia under Moorish rule?
invented the name "3ajamiya" before I knew it had been applied to the REAL
> I'd like to know more about YOUR Ajami, is it a conlang or is it a modernSince the conhistory of the project lies in the realm of an alternative
> form of Mozarabe, or ... Tell me all about it.
timeline (where there were no Reconquista), it is definitely a conlang.
Resources about Mozarabaic *here are too scarce, so MY Ajami is a kind of
Mediaeval Spanish plus a lot of Arabic lexical borrowings. I used Farsi as a
Most of the material is on paper. I have uploaded today several sporadic web
pages that were originally intended to be my private notes in digital form,
but I had no time to type all I had on paper. You can see it here:
To see it correctly, you may need to switch to WestEuropean encoding
manually - blame it to the Narod.ru...
> Btw, I'm sure there is enough to be found on the web about all kind ofNo, thanx. I think I could figure out linguistic Dutch, but Arabic dialects
> Arabic dialects, just try and look for it.
> If your interested, I can send you my file about Alborgian, but it is
> written in Dutch...
aren't my first priority now. I'm trying to find time and stamina for
fleshing out my project #20 (a Turkic conlang with strong Slavic influence)
and a concultural project of alternative history "1934: Kirov Is With Us".
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