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Paleo-European languages

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Hallo conlangers! ... Yes, such crackpots can be annoying. A few years ago, one of them strayed into the lostlangs mailing list and attacked our works. When I
J=c3=b6rg_Rhiemeier
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7:24 AM

translation: I repaired the dishwasher yesterday

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I am certainly surprised to see this thread resurrected from nearly 3 years ago!
Daniel Bowman
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8:30 PM

An eastern Asian universal language?

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How about "One of the many Chinese languages has been chosen as a base, the standardization of which will be the foundation for the construction of Putonghua,
Granny Grammar
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3:12 PM

Happy New Year!

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The Sajem Tannic New year will be in 97 days. Its year consists of 360 days, but they are shorter than those of the Gregorian solar calendar.
Shanoxilt Cizypij
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Mar 28

List of Sound Changes

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In order for it to be a successful wiki article, the hope is that more than just one person will contribute. Since that was the first addition by someone other
David Peterson
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Mar 28

Re: Grouping

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... something between thesaurus which classifies the vocabulary according to a semantic classification and philosophical language that constructs each word so,
Seth KAZAN
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Mar 23

extension/clarification of Pete Bleackley's vowel stribography

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On Mar 21, 2017 19:54, "MorphemeAddict" wrote: What's the difference between alv-pal and pal-alv? stevo Palato-alveolars, like English /S Z
Alex Bicksler
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Mar 22

Calligraphy

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Can you post photos of them? stevo On Tue, Mar 21, 2017 at 10:04 AM, Charles Brickner
MorphemeAddict
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Mar 21

"A certain"

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... Might be why I react so strongly to it. t.
taliesin the storyteller
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Mar 20

Re: Usage: Quick brown fox

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I have never done this, although it has crossed my mind a few times to take something profound … such as the Golden Rule … and then base an entire conlang
stewart fraser
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Mar 17

Sequential Root Constructions

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... Haspelmath says in the conclusion of https://zenodo.org/record/225842#.WMgohvJxSZm that "I have made it
stewart fraser
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Mar 15

Definiteness

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This is a test. Sorry for the disruption.
stewart fraser
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Mar 15

Conlangs side-by-side

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As it turns out, word processors do not like dealing with text containing 130-character words. The following may be rather too kay(f)bop(t)ish for what you had
Daniel Swanson
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Mar 9

Re: Root Order Dictionary

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Thanks for the explanation! From: Charles Brickner To: CONLANG@LISTSERV.BROWN.EDU Sent: Tuesday, March 7, 2017 4:42 AM Subject:
The Scribbler
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Mar 8

Verbruary #1

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Verbuary Verbal Root #28: lu:gina 'to melt (intransitive)' In Menjar, this would become *luuneni* according to the regular sound changes, although there's a
kechpaja
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Mar 1
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