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Re: statistical naturalism of alphabets

... That's what I'm assuming for Sohlob writing: the oldest attested form is an underspecified CV(N)(C) syllabary with very few permissible -C[1] and only
BPJ
12:35 PM
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207324

statistical naturalism of alphabets

(kinda was: Viisyal.) How surprised should we be that alphabets are dominant on earth today? To put it another way, alphabets (and abugidas and the like) are
Alex Fink
Jul 4
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207323

Rhyme groups in Tirëlat songs and poetry

I've gone over the songs and poetry in Tirëlat and put together a list of all the rhymes that I found. Over half of the rhymes were in one of three groups:
Herman Miller
Jul 3
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207322

Re: New song translation: Dzë tuun larha baj šafirhin!

... Well, I do try to preserve as much of the original meaning as I can (whichever language I'm translating from). Disney's translators may have different
Herman Miller
Jul 2
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Re: New song translation: Dzë tuun larha baj šafirhin!

... Disney songs actually allow for a very practical calibration on this point. The films get localised into dozens of different languages on release, and the
Alex Fink
Jul 2
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207320

New song translation: Dzë tuun larha baj šafirhin!

https://www.prismnet.com/~hmiller/lang/Tirelat/tuun-larha.html https://www.prismnet.com/~hmiller/mp3/tuun-larha.mp3 "I Just Can't Wait To Be King", from "The
Herman Miller
Jul 1
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207319

SpecGram—Vol CLXXIII, No 3

The new edition of Speculative Grammarian is now available. http://specgram.com/CLXXIII.3/ Pete Bleackley The Fantastical Devices of Pete The Mad Scientist -
Pete Bleackley
Jul 1
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207318

META: Conlang-L FAQ

The following is the de facto Conlang-L FAQ, hosted at: http://wiki.frath.net/Conlang-L_FAQ This is automatically posted once a month, copied directly from
Henrik Theiling
Jun 30
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207317

Re: What software/solution for keeping a wordlist?

Daniel, PolyGlot is cross platform! You can either download the Mac specific version, or the universal version (a raw java file) from
Draque
Jun 29
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207316

Re: What software/solution for keeping a wordlist?

Leonardo, ... question ... That's it exactly, yes. ... Either click Help->Help from the toolbar, or open the readme.html file that is in the root directory of
Draque
Jun 29
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207315

Re: What software/solution for keeping a wordlist?

I'm pretty sure that since PolyGlot is using java, it's cross-platform. On Mon, Jun 29, 2015 at 9:22 AM, Daniel Prohaska
Andrew Schade
Jun 29
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207314

Re: What software/solution for keeping a wordlist?

Is there anything out there for Mac users? Thanks, Dan
Daniel Prohaska
Jun 29
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207313

Re: What software/solution for keeping a wordlist?

... I'm trying it right now. Is "local word" a synonym for the word in question in a dialect of the conlang or a translation into English (or the used
Leonardo Castro
Jun 29
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207312

Re: CONLANG Digest - 23 Jun 2015 to 24 Jun 2015 (#2015-165)

Thanks, it is good to be back! And Kash has been one of the languages that has kept me inspired to keep working on mine. I love all the fun cultural details
Mat Trinsic
Jun 25
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207311

Re: To your listserv, welcome!

Joining in the de-lurking introductions and re-introductions: For my part, current projects are the much-revised Jameld Grammar (which is slowly nearing
James Campbell
Jun 24
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