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Terminology question

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Actually, I'd go with tinctural. It gets the meaning across and sounds better than any of the others. Pete ... From : awalkerscott@GMAIL.COM Date : 22/09/2017
PETER BLEACKLEY
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11:44 PM

Reform of pinyin

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I will explain more about the null initial: French, for example, have vowel-initial syllable that take consonants from the preceding syllable. If there is no
Victor Chan
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5:57 PM

YAEPT word-initial eth

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... I'd not quite twug that you had intended this as a description of the diachrony rather than the synchrony. I'd counterpropose the following variants of
And Rosta
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1:07 AM

Why doesn't English permit tl or dl as true consonant combinations?

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Numerals and other quantifiers may act like determiners in some circumstances the beeves these beeves thirty beeves but this is mainly due to the lack of a
PETER BLEACKLEY
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Sep 19

Rex May

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... Thanks for reminding us! So now it seems that both a private remark by Rex May and dates by Arika Okrent are likely to be correct.
Gleki Arxokuna
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Sep 18

another metathesis Q

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... At present, C can be anything except j, w, or h, i.e. no metathesis of 2 semivowels/h. ... OK, that saves me from looking up the IPA for something other
J S Jones
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Sep 17

(How) Do You Distinguish Proper Inclusion vs. Equation?

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Handizhizhe, mog, ta rasholnirdiú iíz, sheri ta kamizotey mogit binaenarun nashkudoryiren. Ruzay, kul-otrinizhe dini ta kavisuavá dyonyati! Naturally, we,
James Hopkins
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Sep 16

Early conlanger

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You're a barbarian who think Greeks are your barbarians... 2017-09-09 17:56 UTC+02:00, Paul Schleitwiler, FCM
Seth KAZAN
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Sep 10

A Conlang Already Does It, Except Better? Or, English is Weird Again

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... [snip] ... Good - something we can agree on. [snip] ... It shows IMO that "personal pronouns have an allomorphy conditioned inflectionally by various
Raymond Brown
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Sep 9

Writing your conlang

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... From: Jörg Rhiemeier To: CONLANG@LISTSERV.BROWN.EDU Sent: Fri, 01 Sep 2017 14:08:21 -0400 (EDT) Subject: Re: Writing your conlang
C. Brickner
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Sep 8

question about the transitivity of "put"

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On 7 Sep 2017 17:22, "Mitchell Halley" wrote: so put is a transitive verb right but in order to use it you also need a
And Rosta
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Sep 8

Taruven: current state of morphology

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Note to self: stop storing email drafts in gmail. It is broken.
taliesin the storyteller
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Sep 6

Honorifics and Politeness?

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My wife talks to inanimate objects all the time, even giving them names. A practice she learned as a child and common in her family. So the (living) Sohlšan
Paul Schleitwiler, FCM
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Aug 25

Fwd: *.conlang.org down

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According to this article , we might be the
Aidan Aannestad
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Aug 24

Err...Do they charge for this?

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Daya! One more question...is the alphabet also shown for the 'split second' Va Ehenív is mentioned? If so, I need to tell my collaborator, Robert Rennie. He
Nina-Kristine Johnson
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Aug 23
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