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What software/solution for keeping a wordlist?

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Daniel, PolyGlot is cross platform! You can either download the Mac specific version, or the universal version (a raw java file) from
Draque
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Jun 29

To your listserv, welcome!

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Joining in the de-lurking introductions and re-introductions: For my part, current projects are the much-revised Jameld Grammar (which is slowly nearing
James Campbell
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Jun 24

So ... ah ... Logograms?

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liyaá' łi! ... The conlang wikia page on Viisyal is tremendous in detail ( http://conlang.wikia.com/wiki/Viisyal). I've followed this conlang for a while on
Zach Wellstood
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Jun 18

Naturalistic Grammars

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... ​Yes, yes, and yes! ​ ... ​Yes! ​ ... ​No, I see artlangs, in this respect, more like the characters in a literary novel. No matter how
Jeffrey Brown
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Jun 18

May29 Kinship

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... Here's Version 2: Kinship roots use Y-stem-X morphology (and Y X stem syntax). Kinship terms are chains which contain the habitual term shon "spouse"
J S Jones
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Jun 18

Fictional vs. ...? (was Re: Naturalistic Grammars)

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In unpublished work in slow progress I've used _cromulence_ as a term for a notion of well-formedness conditions more stringent than those that define the
And Rosta
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Jun 18

I forget the term for this...

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... In fact you could. Most hieroglyphs were syllabograms, or rather mono-, di- or tri-'consonograms' (or rather _symphonograms_, but then nobody would
BPJ
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Jun 17

Cognitive Frameworks

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A few replies, mostly on the auxlang forum, have stated that what I am talking about are merely metaphors. Well, yes, cognitive frameworks are built of
Jeffrey Brown
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Jun 15

Syntactic Sugar in Human Languages

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... Well, I'm glad I brought this up then, 'cause that succinctly clarifies a very muddled conception I had of what exactly your opinion is on the matter. Now
Logan Kearsley
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Jun 12

Complete regularity in languags was RE: Naturalistic Grammars

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... another. So regularity to that extent seems IMO quite natural. No need to fear it in creating your naturalistic grammars. Diachronically young morphology
And Rosta
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Jun 8

Ramifications of the Oracle vs Google court case on conlang copyrigh

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This all seems unlikely to me. ... From: Constructed Languages List [mailto:CONLANG@LISTSERV.BROWN.EDU] On Behalf Of Daniel Bowman Sent: Saturday, June 06,
Leo Moser
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Jun 7

Dealing with Semantic Drift in your Diachronics

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Hallo conlangers! ... [...] ... I have to say two things about my article. First, it just relates my personal experience with Germanech and romlangs in
Jörg Rhiemeier
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Jun 2

Vocative strategies

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... This reminds me of stuff I have read on the syntax of swear words (e.g., http://the-toast.net/2014/12/09/linguist-explains-syntax-f-word/view-all/; note,
Logan Kearsley
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May 24

first/second/third person

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... can't ... person") is in an embedded non-question clause, which perhaps would allow ... sort of first/second person hybrids. I think "shall we go?" is used
Alex Bicksler
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May 20

Tense vs Aspect in my new project

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According to Canepari’s conventions, it is necessarily /iw ew aj aw oj uj/. (He would write /ju/ as /ju/, and *only* as /ju/—never as /iu/.) The t and d
Siva Kalyan
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May 5
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