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Klingon is a astronautical pidgin

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Just now another possibility came to my mind but I don't like it as much as that it is a original Klingon invention. That possiblity would be that there was a
Thomas Ruhm
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11:57 AM

No Phonology!

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So you would have a grapheme and then the visual (glyphic?) realization of it? This reminds me of ligatures in fonts. Often when f and i are written in order,
Scott Hamilton
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11:56 AM

Re: How much Conlang is too much for a script?

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Star Trek in Italian is fun because they are shouting at one another in anger all the time where otherwise they would just talk. I've been told that for some
Thomas Ruhm
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Aug 1

Re: Britainese phonology problem

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On 30/07/2015 11:19, R A Brown wrote: [snip] ... I have, and I now rule it out for three reasons: - my musing on it in the first place was indulging in my
R A Brown
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Aug 1

Alien language research

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... [...] ... Whether S, O, and V are fundamental is a bit beside the point. I argue that weighing the six arrangements of them equally is making an
Daniel Demski
44
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Aug 1

Wiki for constructed and revived languages

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I am looking forward to it. :)
Thomas Ruhm
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Jul 31

(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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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
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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
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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
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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

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
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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
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Jul 21

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
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Jul 17
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