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Carthangyz / Re: Alborgian

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  • Ingmar Roerdinkholder
    Yeah, I know about that, remember last year we mailed about Slavo- Turcologics, I sent you some information about my own variety Carthangyz , a Turkic
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 5 2:15 PM
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      Yeah, I know about that, remember last year we mailed about Slavo-
      Turcologics, I sent you some information about my own variety "Carthangyz",
      a Turkic language spoken by Orthodox Christians on the Black Sea island
      Carthangyzia, related to Crimean Osman, Crimean Tartar and Gauguz.
      I'm curious wether you used some of it for your Kuman Tyli.

      The name Carthangyz is - of course - a Greek version of old Turkic *kara
      <black> + *tängiz <sea>, cf modern Turkish <Kara Deniz> = Black Sea.

      Carthangyz has two main dialects: the major, Northern one around the
      capital, and the Southern one which is much closer to Turkish. Carthangyz
      orthography is designed in a way that both pronunciations are possible.
      E.g. ë = North [jE], South [e]; ö = N [jO], South [2]; ü = N [ju], S [y],
      j = N [Z], S [j] etc. Northern Carthangyz phonology is influenced a lot by
      Slavonic languages like Russian, Ukrainian, and Bulgarian, and gave up
      vowel harmony altogether, unlike Southern pronunciaton. Vowel harmony is
      still reflected in the orthography though.

      Examples of Carthangyz:

      orth. North South Turkish
      1 bir [bjir] [bir] bir [bir]
      2 ëki ["jEki] ["eki] iki [iki]
      3 üc [jutS] [ytS] üç [ytS]
      4 dört [djOrt] [d2rt] dört [d2rt]
      5 bex [bES] [bES] bes, [bES]
      6 altï ["alti] ["alt@] altI [alt@]
      7 jedi ["ZEdi] ["jEdi] yedi [jEdi]
      8 sekiz [sE"kis] [sE"kiz] sekiz [sEkiz]
      9 dokïz [dO"kis] [dO"k@z] dokuz [dOkuz]
      10 on [On] [On] on [On]
      20 järmi ["zarmi] ["jErmi] yirmi [jirmi]
      40 kÿrk [k@rk] [k@rk] kIrk [k@rk]
      60 alpmïx[alp"miS] [alp"m@S]altmIs, [altm@S]
      80 seksän[sek"san] [sEk"sEn]seksen [sEksEn]
      100 jüz [Zus] [jyz] yüz [jyz]
      1000 bing [bjiNk] [biN] bin [bin]

      to be new: North South Turkish
      jänyimin ["Zanjimin] ["jEnjimin] yeniyim I am new
      jänyisin ["Zanjisin] ["jEnjisin] yenisin you (sing) are new
      jänyidir ["Zanjidir] ["jEnjidir] yenidir he/she is new
      jänyimiz ["Zanjimis] ["jEnjimiz] yeniyiz we are new
      jänyisinyiz ["Zanjisi~s] ["jEnjisinjiz] yenisiniz you (pl) are new
      jänyidär ["Zanjidar] ["jEnjidEr] yenidirler they are new

      sen; senin/sën; sang'a; seni; sendä; sendän - you; gen; dat; acc; loc; abl
      ol; anïn/ayn; ang'a; anï; anda; andan - he/she/it
      biz; bizim/bin; bizyä; bizi; bizdä; bizdän - we
      siz; sizin/sin; sizyä; sizi; sizdä; sizdän - you (pl)
      olar; anlarïn/layn; anlara; anlarï; anlarda; anlardan - they

      as you will have noticed: <ben> with <b-> like in Turkish, the other cases
      with <m-> like all other Turkic languages

      to be a doctor: N S T
      doqtorïm [dOx"tOrim] [dOx"tOr@m] doktorum I'm a doctor
      doqtorsïn [dOx"tOrsin] [dOx"tOrs@m] doktorsun you're a etc
      doqtordïr [dOx"tOrdir] [dOx"tOrd@r] doktordur he etc
      doqtorïz [dOx"tOris] [dOx"tOr@z] doktoruz w
      doqtordar [dOx"tOrdar] [dOx"tOrdar] doktordurlar

      N S T
      düxinmäk [dju"Sinmak] [dy"SinmEk] düs,ünmek to think
      düxinäyrim [dju"Sinajrim][dy"SinEjrim] düs,ünüyorum I think
      düxinäysin [dju"Sinajsin][dy"SinEjsin] düs,ünüyorsun you think
      düxinäy [dju"Sinaj] [dy"SinEj] düs,ünüyor he/she thinks
      düxinäyriz [dju"Sinajris][dy"SinEjriz] düs,ünüyoruz we think
      düxinäysiz [dju"Sinajsis][dy"SinEjsiz] düs,ünüyorsunuz you (pl) think
      düxinäylär [dju"Sinajlar][dy"SinEjlEr] düs,ünüyorlar they think


      On Tue, 5 Jul 2005 21:16:32 +0300, Isaac Penzev <isaacp@...> wrote:

      >Ingmar Roerdinkholder jazdy:
      >> Did you name it after "Ajami", better known as Mozárabe (Mozarabic), the
      >> Romance language of Andalucia under Moorish rule?
      >Mozarabic was the prototype I had in mind while constructing this
      project. I
      >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
      >> form of Mozarabe, or ... Tell me all about it.
      >Since the conhistory of the project lies in the realm of an alternative
      >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
      >pages that were originally intended to be my private notes in digital
      >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 of
      >> 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...
      >No, thanx. I think I could figure out linguistic Dutch, but Arabic
      >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
      >and a concultural project of alternative history "1934: Kirov Is With Us".
      >-- Yitzik
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