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Common Honey: A collaborative language

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On Sun, Feb 7, 2016 at 8:36 PM, Shanoxilt Cizypij ... Bee is pleased with this design. -- Jim Henry http://www.pobox.com/~jimhenry/
Jim Henry
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12:47 AM

Conscripting: my questions about Glagolitic

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... The Wikipedia page addresses the issue of origin. Like Germanic runes, the scholarly consensus is that no writing system existed and only quasi-pictorial
Matthew George
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11:49 AM

Common Honey

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... Thus far, Bird has not attempted the cursive script. Bird hopes it is not as difficult as it first appears. ... Perhaps, we can keep the original glyph for
Shanoxilt Cizypij
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Feb 6

All the words!

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Another book I'll bring up for "Honorable Mention" is "Anvil of Stars" by Greg Bear (it's a sequel to "Forge of God"). Although I don't think it was intended
Chris Peters
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Feb 5

Conlang Card Exchange??

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I could finally recover a card that was sent to the neighbour block! I hope the other ones arrive too. I guess you all received the following message: "Don’t
Leonardo Castro
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Feb 5

Applicative Issues

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... As it says early in the applicatives chapter: "more research needed". The author also bemoans that authors of sketches and grammars rarely if ever deep
taliesin the storyteller
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Feb 4

Snow Crash

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On Wed, Feb 3, 2016 at 12:49 AM, Juanma Barranquero ... ​True. Jaynes's arguments are very compelling. More than thought-provoking, but
Jeffrey Brown
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Feb 3

In meinem Blut

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... I could say that, but I don't think that's the intent within the context of the song. I think it's more like the other person's silence is driving the
Herman Miller
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Jan 29

THEORY: Yes-no Or Questions

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... BTW, I made a little mistake: the candidate word is "saite", not "sáite". And I had forgotten that there is another "aportuguesamento" which is far more
Leonardo Castro
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Jan 28

Kůlp Månifesto

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... With respect, that is not the same thing. Neither American nor British spelling is phonemic. Either system is equally suitable for a non-phonemic
R A Brown
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Jan 26

Direction Association

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... I've just found a very nice treatment of the diachrony of the directional systems in the Torres-Banks family
Alex Fink
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Jan 21

Homophones

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I know that 'bird' was an euphemism for penis in Europe as well, so we might not need to postulate an alternate history. Thanks to everyone who replied. The
Matthew George
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Jan 16

Language Families

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... As Logan has said, the answer is yes, this makes perfect sense. I write to point out something else a bit wonky in your question, though. Namely, a
Alex Fink
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Jan 15

Re: A word in honour of a great artist

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... Gea also is a world of magic. I guess we'd call it magic anyway! They'd probably just call it ordinary forces of nature. Doesn't make em any less magical,
Padraic Brown
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Jan 13

How many noun classes do I have?

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... ​This does not seem correct to me. For example, in Arabic, verbal agreement in some circumstances depends on the animacy of the subject (human vs
Jeffrey Brown
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Jan 9
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