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No Phonology!

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I'm partial to the French/Rhaetian variety but have modified it somewhat in that the original labial consonant -- even M -- has been vocalized and forms a
BPJ
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9:32 AM

(Pseudo) echo answer in "Gig"

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Chinese echoes, of course. ... From: Constructed Languages List [mailto:CONLANG@LISTSERV.BROWN.EDU] On Behalf Of R A Brown Sent: Tuesday, July 28, 2015 3:44 AM
Leo Moser
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11:38 AM

Alien language research

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... I can't speak for Adam's language, but this is an idea I've played with before myself in a few sketches. The simplest (in my opinion) solution is just to
Logan Kearsley
43
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Jul 28

The Fasimāķu Conlang

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Maybe, though I'm afraid it might just make the situation just less clear on the whole.
Dustinger Batailleur
13
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Jul 27

Hello, and a newbie question

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... That's true. It was motivated more by a (perceived) semantic gap, and was highly artificial: the number suffixes were all sibilants. It was a very, very
Garth Wallace
23
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Jul 27

Earworms

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... _____________________________________________________________________ There are a few ways you could say it in Ithkuil depending on whether it is a
John Q
4
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Jul 27

(no subject)

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Just a note, all the messages on this listserv are recorded in the archive which is publicly available. When you reply to a message with a spam link in it and
David Peterson
7
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Jul 26

Translating "Welcome"

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... Tirazdak, my currently best-developed conlang, has something rather similar to this. When someone arrives at one's home or enters one's personal space
Tim Smith
33
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Jul 24

Non-polairty

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... Quite. Though And and I share this power, and in fact, And was quicker on the uptake in Daniel's case. For the record, the canonical way to write to your
Alex Fink
21
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Jul 24

Retroactively Historicizing Serikats

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Hello, I must request the same. Julian Garberson
Julian Garberson
5
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Jul 23

statistical naturalism of alphabets

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... I do not doubt that Elves could forget things (though I dislike the notion that “memory storage space is limited” – I believe this is a fallacy from
J. 'Mach' Wust
26
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Jul 22

"Noun Clauses"

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... This is mainly something I've gotten as folklore from more syntactic-typology inclined friends and colleagues (the person I remember mentioning this to me
B. R. George
10
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Jul 21

Topics in 'Conlinguistics'

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... Why "in the future"? Nothing prevents you from keeping the article on your website and still submitting it to Fiat Lingua! -- Christophe Grandsire-Koevoets
Christophe Grandsire-Koevoets
4
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Jul 20

Kaduatán: Prog-Rock sung in Ithkuil featuring David Peterson

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Congratulations on the song, the artwork, and the singing! I'm not sure whether anyone has mentioned this or not, but, according to the translation given on
Puey McCleary
12
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Jul 17

Would an apodosis marker trigger a conditional interpretation of a s

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Yes ... exactly what I had in mind. Thanks
stewart fraser
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Jul 16
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