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Date and time on Cindu

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... things. There's a lot to miss about Roger. I also put together a Kash calendar page for today's date using his alphabet; you can see it here:
Mark J. Reed
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3:54 PM

Vulcan, and alien names in general (was: Martial vs Martian)

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On Fri, May 19, 2017 at 3:27 AM, Christa Hansberry ... I once started an alternate history time travel story where Zamenhof didn't invent Esperanto, he
Jim Henry
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May 22

Conlang-L History: ANADEW

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I still wish the schism hadn't occurred. The auxiliary language list is so inactive these days; the scene needs new blood before the old guard all die off. I
Shanoxilt Cizypij
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May 22

At an Impasse

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Brilliant! Thank you very much. I realized that I already have BirdFont on my Mac, so I will see if that is just as effective as FontForge (I think it should
Brian Bourque
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May 20

Martial vs Martian

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I have no idea. I can speak to Hebrew on Spain and France: ספרד /sfarad/ sounds sorta like españa, and צרפת /tsarfat/ was a town next to Sfarad.
Eyal Minsky-Fenick
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May 19

Relay 24

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... so I'll definitely have time for it. I'm in with Veizea. At present the latest spot is July 5th, but I'll be sure to move you later if more people join. On
Daniel Swanson
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May 18

speaker's gender affect on language

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Occupation may have more to do with color discrimination than culture. As an artist, I am aware of and can name more color differences than most people. But
Paul Schleitwiler, FCM
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May 17

Martian Quenya

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Ah, example sentences... What a rich infusion of Martian culture ;) One question, though: do they have coffee on Mars? On Fri, May 12, 2017 at 12:11 PM, Puey
Gage Amonette
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May 12

Fanlangs

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Hallo conlangers! ... Which is pretty much what Tolkien imagined Arda to be - a distant past of our world. There are quite a few Tolkien fans who play this
J=c3=b6rg_Rhiemeier
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May 7

TECH: LaTeX for Grammars

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... Which Markdown? There is no standard, or, the original designer doesn't consider it proper to use Markdown for conversion into other formats. It's strictly
taliesin the storyteller
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May 6

Direct-inverse Relative Clauses

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I've made a start on the new version of Apr29. The phonology and affixes have been revised and some vocabulary is included.
J S Jones
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May 5

Reduplication

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But I wish she had marshalled more data on templatic origins of reduplication. The crux of her proposal for the present is that, if a language finds itself
William S. Annis
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May 2

Direct-Inverse languages & relative clauses

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... Er, because I was rushing ahead to get to the problematic bit. Actually, yeah, you can say that. Well, *almost*, that, anyway- you'd drop the initial 3sg
Logan Kearsley
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Apr 29

basic color terms in conlangs

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... Darn good question, of the sort which keeps historical linguists specializing in the Scandinavian languages awake at night! Good arguments can be made
Logan Kearsley
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Apr 27

The Sith Language

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Hallo conlangers! ... Not far. I had a few ideas for some passages; I remember three. The music I did write was more or less late-19th century in style. But
J=c3=b6rg_Rhiemeier
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Apr 26
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